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City Council on June 26, 2018

Agenda

Regular Session
6:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers
1 Quail Creek Circle

  1. Call to order
  2. Roll call
  3. Approval of the Agenda
  4. Consent Agenda
    1. City Council Minutes, Regular Session, June 12, 2018
    2. Claims
    3. May Revenues
    4. May Treasurer Report
    5. Kansas Avenue RISE Project, Pay Application Number 1, Streb Construction Co., Inc., $159,299.58
    6. Phase I Water System Improvements Division 3, Pay Application Number 14, Gingerich Well & Pump Service, $26,972.88
    7. Trail Project, Change Order Number 2, All American Concrete, $7,442.94
    8. Liquor License Renewal, Tin Roost
    9. Liquor License Renewal, Casey’s – Kansas
    10. Liquor License Transfer, El Cactus Mexican Restaurant
    11. Liquor License Application, Tin Roost, Special Event Permit, June 30, 2018
    12. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for J & A Tap
    13. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for LD Express
    14. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Liberty View Wine & Spirit
    15. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for The Station II LLC
    16. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Gasby’s
    17. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Casey’s General Store #2788, 595 N. Kansas Avenue
    18. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Casey’s General Store #2479, 625 W. Zeller Street
    19. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for The Depot North Liberty LLC
    20. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Fareway Stores, Inc. #993
    21. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Smokin’ Joe’s Tobacco & Liquor Outlet #12
    22. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Walgreens #11710
    23. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Johncy’s Liquor Store
    24. FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Kum & Go #507
  5. Public Comment
  6. City Planner Report
  7. City Engineer Report
  8. City Attorney Report
  9. Assistant City Administrator Report
  10. City Administrator Report
  11. Mayor Report
  12. Rezoning – The Preserve
    1. Public Hearing regarding proposed rezoning
    2. First consideration of Ordinance Number 2018-07, An Ordinance amending Chapter 167 of the North Liberty Code of Ordinances by amending the use regulations on property owned by Watts Group located in North Liberty, Iowa to those set forth in the Municipal Code for various residential zoning districts
  13. North Central Junior High Site Plan
    1. Staff & Commission recommendations
    2. Applicant presentation
    3. Resolution Number 2018-89, A Resolution approving the Development Site Plan for North Central Junior High School, North Liberty, Iowa
  14. Salary Resolution
    1. Resolution Number 2018-96, A Resolution authorizing salaries and hourly wages for City employees for the Fiscal Year of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019
  15. Blues and BBQ Special Event Permit
    1. Resolution Number 2018-97, A Resolution authorizing the use of Centennial Park and city equipment for North Liberty Blues and BBQ
  16. Adaptive Signal Control Agreement
    1. Resolution Number 2018-99, A Resolution approving the Services Agreement between Traffic and Transportation Products, Limited and the City of North Liberty
  17. Forevergreen Road Project
    1. Resolution Number 2018-98, A Resolution approving the Temporary Easement Purchase Agreement for the Forevergreen Road Project (Project: IMN-380-6(344)2—OE-52)
  18. Water Rates
    1. Third consideration and adoption of Ordinance Number 2018-05, An Ordinance amending Chapter 92.02 entitled “Rates for Service” of the Municipal Code of North Liberty by adopting a new Section 92.02 to increase the charges for water used
  19. Sewer Rates
    1. Third consideration and adoption of Ordinance Number 2018-06, An Ordinance amending Chapter 99.02 entitled “Rate,” of the Municipal Code of North Liberty by adopting a new section 99.02 to increase the charges for sanitary sewer services
  20. Dog Park Land Purchase Agreement
    1. Resolution Number 2018-100, A Resolution approving the Purchase Agreement for the Dog Park Project
  21. Corporate Boundary Line Adjustment
    1. Resolution Number 2018-101, A Resolution adjusting Corporate Boundary Line between the City of North Liberty, Iowa and Johnson County, Iowa
  22. Old Business
  23. New Business
  24. Adjournment

Minutes

June 26, 2018

Call to order
At 6:30 p.m., Mayor Terry Donahue called the June 26, 2018 Regular Session of the North Liberty City Council to order.  Councilors present: Jennifer Goings, Chris Hoffman, Annie Pollock; Absent: Jim Sayre.

Others present: Ryan Heiar, Kevin Trom, Dean Wheatley, Duane Musser, Gary Watts, Brian Watts, Duane VanHemert, Derek Blackman, Mary Byers and other interested citizens.

Approval of the Agenda
Pollock moved, seconded by Hoffman, to approve the agenda.  The vote was: ayes—Madsen, Pollock, Goings; Hoffman, nays—none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

Consent Agenda
Madsen moved, seconded by Hoffman, to approve the Consent Agenda including City Council Minutes, Regular Session, June 12, 2018; Claims; May Revenues; May Treasurer Report; Kansas Avenue RISE Project, Pay Application Number 1, Streb Construction Co., Inc., $159,299.58; Phase I Water System Improvements Division 3, Pay Application Number 14, Gingerich Well & Pump Service, $26,972.88; Trail Project, Change Order Number 2, All American Concrete, $7,442.94; Liquor License Renewal, Tin Roost; Liquor License Renewal, Casey’s – Kansas; Liquor License Transfer, El Cactus Mexican Restaurant; Liquor License Application, Tin Roost, Special Event Permit, June 30, 2018; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for J & A Tap;  FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for LD Express; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Liberty View Wine & Spirit FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for The Station II LLC FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Gasby’s; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Casey’s General Store #2788, 595 N. Kansas Avenue; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Casey’s General Store #2479, 625 W. Zeller Street; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for The Depot North Liberty LLC; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Fareway Stores, Inc. #993; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Smokin’ Joe’s Tobacco & Liquor Outlet #12; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Walgreens #11710; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Johncy’s Liquor Store; FY 2019 Retail Permit Application for Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor for Kum & Go #507.   The vote was all ayes.  Consent Agenda approved.

Public Comment
No public comment was offered.

City Planner Report
Wheatley reported that there is a Planning Commission Meeting July 3, 2018.

City Engineer Report
Trom reported that the west intersection of Highway 965 and Cherry Street will open tomorrow, and west intersection of Commercial Drive will close.  Phase Two of Front Street will be paved tomorrow.  The Kansas Avenue RISE Project has not seen a lot of progress because of the amount of rain and mud.  There was a staff review yesterday on the 25% submittal of Front/Penn Street Corridor Improvements.

City Administrator Report
Heiar reported on the large rain fall that the city had last week and how the street department is working on certain areas that get run off from the farm fields.  Staff is still working on the Rec Center fees and will keep the Council advised.  Heiar also gave an up-date on the trash and recycling program that goes into effect on July 1, 2018.

Mayor Report
Mayor reported on a per capita increase on Road Use Tax. There is a Transit Committee meeting Thursday.

Rezoning – The Preserve
Wheatley reported that staff and the Planning Commission recommend approval of the site plan application with no conditions.

The Public Hearing was opened at 6:50 p.m.  No public comments were offered. The hearing was closed.

Gary Watts of Watts Group was present to discuss the development and offered to answer questions.

Hoffman moved, seconded by Goings, to approve the first consideration of Ordinance Number 2018-07, An Ordinance amending Chapter 167 of the North Liberty Code of Ordinances by amending the use regulations on property owned by Watts Group located in North Liberty, Iowa to those set forth in the Municipal Code for various residential zoning districts.  The vote was: ayes—Pollock, Goings, Madsen; Hoffman; nays—none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

North Central Junior High Site Plan
Staff & Commission recommendations-dean and the changes to the school. Traffic was addressed.

Duane Van Hemert from ICCSD was present of behalf of the applicant and offered to answer questions.

Madsen moved, seconded by Pollock, to approve Resolution Number 2018-89, A Resolution approving the Development Site Plan for North Central Junior High School, North Liberty, Iowa.  The vote was: ayes—Goings, Hoffman, Madsen, Pollock; nays—none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

Salary Resolution
Goings moved, seconded by Madsen, to approve Resolution Number 2018-96, A Resolution authorizing salaries and hourly wages for City employees for the Fiscal Year of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  The vote was: ayes—Madsen, Goings, Pollock, Hoffman; nays—none; absent–Hoffman.  Motion carried.

Blues and BBQ Special Event Permit
Hoffman moved, seconded by Pollock to Resolution Number 2018-97, A Resolution authorizing the use of Centennial Park and city equipment for North Liberty Blues and BBQ.  The vote was: ayes—Pollock, Hoffman, Madsen, Goings; nays—none; absent–Sayre.  Motion carried.

Adaptive Signal Control Agreement
Hoffman moved, seconded by Goings, to approve Resolution Number 2018-99, A Resolution approving the Services Agreement between Traffic and Transportation Products, Limited and the City of North Liberty.  The vote was: ayes—Goings, Pollock, Madsen, Hoffman; nays—none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

Forevergreen Road Project
Pollock moved, seconded by Madsen, to approve Resolution Number 2018-98, A Resolution approving the Temporary Easement Purchase Agreement for the Forevergreen Road Project (Project: IMN-380-6(344)2—OE-52).  The vote was: ayes–Madsen, Pollock, Goings; Hoffman nays—none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

Water Rates
Hoffman moved, seconded by Pollock to approve the third consideration and adoption of Ordinance Number 2018-05, An Ordinance amending Chapter 92.02 entitled “Rates for Service” of the Municipal Code of North Liberty by adopting a new Section 92.02 to increase the charges for water used.  The vote was: ayes—Pollock, Hoffman, Madsen, Goings; nays-none; absent— Sayre.  Motion carried.

Sewer Rates
Madsen moved, seconded by Goings, to approve the third consideration and adoption of Ordinance Number 2018-06, An Ordinance amending Chapter 99.02 entitled “Rate,” of the Municipal Code of North Liberty by adopting a new section 99.02 to increase the charges for sanitary sewer services.  The vote was: ayes—Madsen, Goings, Pollock; Hoffman; nays-none; absent—Sayre.  Motion carried.

Dog Park Land Purchase Agreement
Pollock moved, seconded by Madsen, to approve Resolution Number 2018-100, A Resolution approving the Purchase Agreement for the Dog Park Project.  The vote was: ayes—Pollock, Goings, Madsen; Hoffman; nays—none; absent—Sayre, Motion carried.

Corporate Boundary Line Adjustment
Hoffman moved, seconded by Goings, to approve Resolution Number 2018-101, A Resolution adjusting Corporate Boundary Line between the City of North Liberty, Iowa and Johnson County, Iowa.  The vote was: Pollock; Hoffman, Madsen; Goings; nays—none; absent— Sayre.  Motion carried.

Old Business
Councilor Pollock encouraged citizens to fill out the library survey.

New Business
No new business was reported.

Adjournment
At 7:20 p.m., Mayor Donahue adjourned the meeting.

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