04.04.2017

RANDOLPH CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING 7:00 PM– CITY HALL

April 4, 2017

MINUTES

At 7:00PM, Mayor Farwell called to order the monthly City Council meeting.

Council members present: Moreland, Hardy, Marshall, Berger, Earlywine

Council Member absent:

INTRO OF VISITORS/BUSINESS – Linda Heywood, Teresa Hardy

The Council then proceeded with regular business.

Marshall motioned to accept the agenda, Berger seconded. Motion Carried.

Hardy motioned to accept last month’s minutes, Earlywine seconded. Motion Carried.

Hardy motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report, Marshall seconded. Motion Carried.

Berger motioned to accept the bills as presented, Hardy seconded. Motion Carried.

City of Randolph

For the Period From 3/1/2017 To 3/31/2017

March 2017

315 3/16/2017 IPERs 170315 36302 $211.66

316 3/16/2017 IPERs library $86.30

14322 3/1/2017 Dankof, Lora J Payroll Check $1,059.50

14323 3/2/2017 People Service Inc. inv. 0028234 $1,159.69

14324 3/7/2017 WARE, COREY Return CM# 54815 $2.01

14325 3/8/2017 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY 21781-02003 $674.63

14326 3/8/2017 MALCOM ELECTRIC city hall baseboard heaters $110.00

14327 3/8/2017 MALVERN LEADER invSJ011109 mowing bids $5.80

14328 3/8/2017 DOUG MEYER CHEVROLET INV.514696 RO#514646 $273.68

14329 3/8/2017 DICKEL DUIT OUTDOOR POWER INC. inv. 22052 precision sharpen chain $18.00

14330 3/8/2017 SOUTHWEST IOWA PLANNING COUNCIL inv.1227-1 help with budget $417.82

14331 3/8/2017 MENARDS inv 96654 cityhall baseboards/coat hooks $106.46

14332 3/1/2017 PERKINS, CLAUDE Payroll Check $36.94

14333 3/16/2017 Heywood, Linda Payroll Check $249.55

14334 3/15/2017 BOBBI JO CHRISTO Library 19"flat screen HP Monitor $20.00

14335 3/15/2017 B2 ENVIRONMENTAL VOID - $15.35

14336 3/15/2017 BOBBI JO CHRISTO VOID - 6-12oz. Squeeze bottle $15.35

14336 3/15/2017 BOBBI JO CHRISTO supplies $40.60

14337 3/15/2017 CITY OF RANDOLPH inv.54814 library propane $284.19

14339 3/15/2017 TASTE OF HOME renewal subsription $12.98

14339 3/15/2017 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING subscription $10.70

14340 3/16/2017 U S POSTOFFICE library stamps $9.80

14341 3/16/2017 U S POSTOFFICE 4 rolls stamps $196.00

14342 3/16/2017 FREMONT COUNTY SHERIFF March 2017 $243.00

14343 3/16/2017 SHENANDOAH SANITATION 2/01/17 -2/28/17 $42.00

14344 3/16/2017 HEARTLAND CO-OP ; F.D. 67-75180,Lib. 67-75181, Water pl 67- $1,604.26

75182

14345 3/16/2017 FREMONT COUNTY LANDFILL COMMISSION inv pcb-17-3-3 $289.83

14351 3/21/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS INV. 4929-20170-317-1 $64.99

14352 3/21/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS inv.2470-20170-317-1 $30.99

14353 3/21/2017 Lora Dankof office supplies $13.41

14354 3/21/2017 Scholastic Book Fairs Fair 3758589 $95.89

14355 3/21/2017 State Of Iowa Volunteer Iowa Linda Heywood $15.00

14356 3/21/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS inv.5310-20170317-1 $39.78

14357 3/21/2017 MID AMERICAN ENERGY 3683-31020 Library $39.96

14358 3/25/2017 Lora Dankof office supplies/outlet cover $27.30

14359 3/29/2017 FREMONT COUNTY RECORDER Bell Property lots $17.00

14360 3/29/2017 FREMONT COUNTY TREASURER $25.00

14361 3/30/2017 Heywood, Linda Payroll Check $249.56

Totals for March 2017: 36 Non-Void Checks $7,784.28

2 Void Checks $30.70

RANDOLPH PUBLIC LIBRARY, checking, Acct #: 322008

March 2017

106 3/3/2017 Linda Heywood 17.86 17.88 4.21 $250.65

6308 3/14/2017 City of Randolph closing out this acct $7,082.98

Totals for March 2017: 2 Non-Void Checks $7,333.63

Debit Card Account, Debit Card, Acct #: 603246

March 2017

9 3/27/2017 WAL MART Summer reading program $57.95

10 3/27/2017 WAL MART DVD $17.96

11 3/27/2017 WAL MART Office supplies $55.19

10014 3/15/2017 WAL MART cards $19.99

10015 3/18/2017 WAL MART office binders $15.71

10016 3/21/2017 WAL MART library books $147.12

10017 3/21/2017 WAL MART library office supplies/cleaning $45.19

Totals for March 2017: 7 Non-Void Checks $359.11

Totals for Entire Report: 45 Non-Void Checks $15,477.02

2 Void Checks $30.70

City of Randolph

For the Period From 3/1/2017 To 3/31/2017

3/1/2017 State of Iowa/local option tax $1,136.74

3/1/2017 water payments $544.26

3/2/2017 water payments $236.74

3/3/2017 water payments $96.87

3/7/2017 water payments $1,032.67

3/8/2017 water payments $222.55

3/9/2017 water payments $290.00

3/10/2017 Fremont Co. Treasurer/prop tax $1,195.62

3/14/2017 riverside pd inv 54416 & 54813 $1,484.83

3/14/2017 Transfer Library Funds to General $7,082.98

3/14/2017 water payments $1,053.16

3/15/2017 Brian Hardy purchased supplies from city $95.33

3/15/2017 HTP Donation toward park cement $1,500.00

3/15/2017 HTP donation toward street Christmas decorations $1,000.00

3/15/2017 water payments $635.00

3/15/2017 Water payments $198.33

3/15/2017 water payments $69.61

3/16/2017 Library inv 54814 $284.19

3/21/2017 2nd road fund/city apportion/st construction $352.18

3/21/2017 Donation-Blaine & Sandra Bengtson $10.00

3/21/2017 State of Iowa/RUT $1,303.59

3/21/2017 water payments $122.24

3/22/2017 waterpayments $64.08

3/23/2017 water payments $146.79

3/27/2017 water payments $118.11

3/28/2017 waterpayment $67.11

3/29/2017 water payment $80.00

3/30/2017 water payments $100.11

Totals for Account: 316505: 28 Deposits $20,523.09

Council discussed which contract to take with SWIPCO for the recodification book and it was decided to accept the five-year contract.

Cub Scouts will be doing the Park cleanup this year to work for their merit badge.

The City Insurance with Nishna Agency was accepted by Marshall making the motion to accept, Hardy seconded. Motion Carried.

Discussion on setting money aside for the Park’s ball field. A motion was made by Berger to set aside $1,500., Earlywine seconded. Motion Carried.

Moreland asked Dankof to check into if Don’s Johns are cleaning the porta pots and if so how often.

Council discussed putting bathrooms at the park in the future to benefit everyone using the park.

Library has a rotted back door, and there were active termite tracks so the building was treated for termites with 3 bait traps. The town will be looking for grant money to help with the cost of the repairs needed.

Public Safety: Nothing to report.

Park Commission: Tabor and Randolph working on the ballfield.

Landfill: Nothing to report.

Streets and Alleys: Working on solutions to fix streets

Sewer and water: Nothing to report.

Library: Nothing to report.

Fire and Rescue: Nothing to report.

After proper motion by Hardy and seconded by Moreland, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 pm.

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