Legals - Week of 2.28.18

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT

OF DICKINSON COUNTY

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC

Plaintiff,

vs.

Jason E. Sage; Parties in Possession; Unknown Spouse, if any, of Jason E Sage, et al.

Defendants.

EQUITY NO: EQCV028451

ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR

PUBLICATION

You are notified that a petition has been filed in the office of this court naming you as a defendant in this action. The petition was filed on December 21, 2017, and prays for foreclosure of Plaintiffs Mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on the property described in this notice and judgment for the unpaid principal amount of $124,457.61, with 3.875% per annum interest thereon from June 1, 2017, together with late charges, advances and the costs of the action including (but not limited to) title costs and reasonable attorney’s fees, as well as a request that said sums be declared a lien upon the following described premises from March 1, 2017, located in Dickinson county, Iowa:

THE NORTH 75 FEET OF THE EAST 66.5 FEET OF BLOCK 3, PLAT OF CHRYSLER’S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF LAKE PARK, DICKINSON COUNTY, IOWA., commonly known as 303 E 4th Street, Lake Park, IA 51347 (the “Property”)

The petition further prays that the Mortgage on the above described real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment and for other relief as the Court deems just and equitable. For further details, please review the petition on file in the clerk’s office. The Plaintiffs attorney is Bryan Loya, of SouthLaw, P.C.; whose address is 1401 50th Street, Suite 100, West Des Moines, IA 50266.

NOTICE

The plaintiff has elected foreclosure without redemption. This means that the sale of the mortgaged property will occur promptly after entry of judgment unless you file a written demand with the court to delay the sale. If you file a written demand, the sale will be delayed until twelve months (or six months if the petition includes a waiver of deficiency judgment) from the entry of judgment if the mortgaged property is your residence and is a one-family or two-family dwelling or until two months from entry of judgment if the mortgaged property is not your residence or is your residence but not a one-family or two-family dwelling. You will have no right of redemption after the sale. The purchaser at the sale will be entitled to immediate possession of the mortgaged property. You may purchase at the sale.

You must serve a motion or answer on or before 4th day of April, 2018, and within a reasonable time thereafter, you must file your motion or answer with the Clerk of Court for Dickinson County, at the county courthouse in Spirit Lake, Iowa. If you fail to respond, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.

If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in a court action because of a disability, immediately call your District ADA Coordinator at 712-279-6035. If you are hearing impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942.

This case has been filed in a county that utilizes electronic filing. You may find more information and general rules governing electronic filing in Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16. You may find information concerning protection of personal information in court filings in Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16, Division VI.

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CLERK OF THE ABOVE COURT

Dickinson County Courthouse

1802 Hill Avenue, Suite 2506

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

IMPORTANT:

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS.

File No. 207750

Case No. EQCV028451

File No. 207750-854090

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NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION

OF

6013 LAKESHORE DRIVE, LLC

Notice is hereby given of the organization of 6013 Lakeshore Drive, LLC.

• The name of the limited liability company is 6013 Lakeshore Drive, LLC.

• The street and mailing address of the initial designated office is 6013 Lakeshore Drive, Okoboji, Iowa 51355, and the name and street address of the registered agent for service of process is Joseph L. Kizer, 6013 Lakeshore Drive, Okoboji, Iowa 51355.

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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT

Dickinson COUNTY

IN THE MATTER

OF THE ESTATE OF

GARY D. BAUER, Deceased.

CASE NO. ESPR014451

NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Gary D. Bauer, Deceased, who died on or about on January 17, 2018:

You are hereby notified that on February 12, 2018, the last will and testament of Gary D. Bauer, deceased, bearing date of July 13, 2015, was admitted to probate in the above named court and there will be no present administration of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of the county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.

Dated on February 12, 2018.

*Designate Codicil(s)if any,

with date(s).

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Brandi Jo Pyle, Proponent

Attorney for estate: Lynn Fillenwarth SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1, ICIS PIN No: AT0002486

Address: 104 N. 7th Street, Estherville, IA 51334

Date of second publication

_28__ day of_February_, _2018_

Probate Code Section 305

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NOTICE OF DISPOSITIONTO:

Melissa Jenson

606 21st Street

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Unit #560

Located at: 811 28th St, Milford, IA 51351

Please be advised that fifteen (15) days from this date, at 9:00 am

your personal contents in storage unit # 560 will be disposed

of pursuant to Iowa Law.

To arrange to retrieve your personal property, you must

contact the undersigned within fifteen (15) days of this notice.

Dated this February 21, 2018 at Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Right Size Storage

1601 Keokuk Ave

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

712-336-8400

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ORDINANCE NO. 165

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE WAHPETON ZONING CODE CONCERNING BUILDING HEIGHT, CERTIFIED SURVEY, IMPERVIOUS SURFACE, AND APPLICATIONS FOR ZONING PERMITS.

WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Wahpeton Zoning Commission, the Wahpeton City Council considered and adopted a new Zoning Code in 2014; and

WHEREAS, the Wahpeton Zoning Commission has now recommended certain amendments to the Wahpeton Zoning Code as hereafter set forth; and

WHEREAS, the Wahpeton Zoning Commission has held a public hearing on the proposed changes to the Wahpeton Zoning Code at which no objections were expressed; and

WHEREAS, the Wahpeton City Council has now considered the recommended changes to the Zoning Code and has scheduled, published notice of and held a public hearing at which no objections were presented; and

WHEREAS, the Wahpeton City Council has determined that the changes to the Zoning Code recommended by the Zoning Commission should now be adopted.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Wahpeton City Council as follows:

Section 1. Section 165.02(11) entitled, “Building Height”, is hereby repealed and there is hereby adopted the following new replacement provision:

“165.02(11) BUILDING HEIGHT: The vertical distance as determined from the lowest ground grade at the building foot print to the highest point of the roofline, excluding chimneys.”

Section 2. Section 165.02(16) entitled, “Certified Survey”, is hereby repealed and there is hereby adopted the following new replacement provision:

“165.02(16) IOWA REGISTERED SURVEY: A plan, map, or other exhibit showing boundary lines and existing structures, and bearing a written statement of accuracy or conformity to specific standards that is signed and sealed by a an Iowa Registered Surveyor.”

Section 3. Section 165.02(47) entitled, “Impervious Surface”, is hereby repealed and there is hereby adopted the following a new replacement provision:

“165.02(47) IMPERVIOUS SURFACE: Impervious surfaces are mainly constructed surfaces (including but not limited to) roof tops, sidewalks, driveways, roads, and parking lots covered by impenetrable materials such as asphalt, concrete, brick, stone and gravel. These materials seal surfaces, repel water, and prevent precipitation and melt water from infiltrating soils.”

Section 4. Section 165.15(4) entitled, “Application for Zoning Permit”, is amended by the following new sentence following the first existing sentence:

“The property owner is required to apply and sign for the zoning permit.”

Section 5. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of the new Wahpeton City Code are hereby repealed.

Section 6. If any section, provision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional.

Section 7. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval, publication or posting as required by law.

Passed by the Council the 12th day of February, 2018, and approved this 12th day of February, 2018.

Phillip Johnson, Mayor

Attest:

Bonnie Tielbur,

City Administrator/Clerk

CLERK’S CERTIFICATION

I certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 165 was published as required by law in the Dickinson County News on the 28th day of February, 2018.

Bonnie Tielbur,

City Clerk/Administrator

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR

OKOBOJI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

MILFORD, IOWA

Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the Okoboji Community School District, Milford, Iowa, will conduct a public hearing on the school calendar for 2018-2019 school year, at 5:25 P.M. (CDT) on March 12, 2018 at the District Administrative Offices, Milford, Iowa. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors, Okoboji Community School District, Milford, Iowa.

Katy Sporrer

Secretary of the Board of Directors

Okoboji Community School District

in the County of Dickinson, State of Iowa

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF

THE IOWA GREAT LAKES SANITARY DISTRICT

February 13, 2018 3:00 P.M.

DISTRICT OFFICE, MILFORD, IOWA

President Boettcher called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.; trustee, Rohlfsen, Hoppe and Camozzi were present, Senn was available by phone due to being out of town. Also present was Mike Roth.

The President announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing and meeting on the matter of the authorization of a Loan Agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $4,500,000 General Obligation Capital Loan Notes, in order to provide funds to pay the costs of acquisition, renovation to, reconstruction of, and construction of improvements and extensions to the District Sewage Treatment Plant, Collection System and Facilities, for essential purposes, and that notice of the proposed action by the Board to institute proceedings for the authorization of the Loan Agreement and the issuance of the Notes had been published as provided by Sections 358.21 and 384.25 of the Code of Iowa.

The President then asked the Clerk whether any written objections had been filed by any resident or property owner of the Sanitary District to the issuance of the Notes. The Clerk advised the President and the Board that no written objections had been filed. The President then called for oral objections to the issuance of the Notes and none were made. Whereupon, the President declared the time for receiving oral and written objections to be closed.

Trustee Rohlfsen introduced Resolution 2018-03 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $4,500,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION CAPITAL LOAN NOTES, SERIES 2018, AND LEVYING A TAX FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF, and moved that the same be adopted. Trustee Hoppe seconded the motion to be adopted. The roll was taken and recorded as Ayes: Rohlfsen, Hoppe, Camozzi, Boettcher, Senn; Nay: None. President Boettcher declared the resolution duly adopted.

Trustees were updated on arbitration with Municipal Pipe and Tool by Anderson.

Trustees approved GPS Vehicle Policy amendment to the Employee Handbook (Senn/Rohlfsen); all aye.

Trustees were updated on the Nutrient Removal permit requirements and the steps that are necessary to get a variance for Nutrient Removal requirements moved to 2023. The Trustees reviewed a proposed schedule for future priority projects. The Trustees approved a tentative priority project list with Hayward Bay Force Main Relocation 2018 to 2019, Sewer for the South End of Center Lake 2019 to 2021, Spirit Lake Lift Stations Renovations and additional standby generators 2020-2022 and nutrient removal 2022- 2023. (Rohlfsen/Senn); all aye.

Roth presented the draft professional services agreement on the force main relocation project.

Trustees reviewed the Proposed 2019 Fiscal Year Budget with the levy staying at $2.50 per $1,000 evaluation.

Trustees approved the minutes for the January 9 and 23 2018 meetings (Camozzi/Senn); all aye. Trustees reviewed the January Financial statement. The bills for the month of January were approved in the amount of $114,641.85 with a transfer from general fund saving to checking of $142,000 and Construction fund in the amount of $20,030.20 with a transfer of $15,000 from the construction fund savings to checking (Senn/Hoppe); all aye.

The meeting was adjourned by Motion (Rohlfsen/Boettcher).

ATTEST: _

Robert H. Boettcher President Kae Hoppe, Clerk

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that there is now on file for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk of WEST OKOBOJI, Iowa, the proposed amendment of portions of Chapter 92 of the City Code providing for water rates in the City of West Okoboji, Iowa.

The City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on the 12th day of March, 2018, in the Council chambers at 501 Terrace Park Blvd. at which time any citizen of WEST OKOBOJI, Iowa, or any other person having an interest in the proposed amendment to the rates for water service in excess over 12,000 gallons per quarter may appear and be heard for or against the proposed amendment of Chapter 92 of the Code of Ordinances. Lissa BallisCity Clerk/Administrator

CITY OF WEST OKOBOJI, IOWA

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ARNOLDS PARK BOARD

OF ADJUSTMENT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ON THE

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE REQUEST

Pursuant to the Requirements of Section 165.24.6 of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance the Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing on Monday, March 12, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at Arnolds Park City Hall. The hearing is for a variance request for property owned by Jacobsen Homes Corp. The property for which the variance is sought is located at 124 Shady Oaks Drive or legally described as LOT 9 AND E 84’ OF S 10’ OF LOT 10 CORRECTED SHADY OAKS, in the City of Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing is to hear a request for a variance from the requirements of Section 165.07.5 (Site Development Regulations in a Medium Density Residential District). The applicant is proposing to extend a new roof over an existing cement pad on the southeast corner of the house resulting in an inadequate rear yard.

Written comments are accepted and should be addressed to Linda Nase, City Clerk. For additional information, or to make arrangements for disabled or non-English speaking individuals, please contact City Hall at 332-2341.

Ron Knutson, Chair

Zoning Board of Adjustment

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Dickinson County Board of Supervisors

February 13, 2018

9:30 A.M. Present are Supervisors Paul Johnson, Mardi Allen, Tim Fairchild, and Chairperson William Leupold. Vice-Chairperson Pam Jordan present telephonically.

Those present recited The Pledge of Allegiance.

Meeting called to order by Chairperson, William Leupold.

Rick Hopper, engineer with Jacobson Westergard and Associates present with the preliminary engineering report on Drainage District #25. Moved by Allen, seconded by Fairchild, to approve the preliminary engineering report for Drainage District #25 and set the Public Hearing for: April 10th at 10:00 A.M. Roll Call vote: Allen- aye, Fairchild-aye, Johnson-aye, Jordan-aye, and Leupold-aye.

Moved by Fairchild, seconded by Jordan, to approve the February 6, 2018 Board Meeting Minutes as presented to the board. Roll call vote: Fairchild-aye, Jordan-aye, Johnson -aye, Allen-aye and Leupold-aye.

Moved by Jordan, seconded by Allen, to approve the claims as listed on the February 13, 2018 Claims register Listing. Roll call vote: Jordan-aye, Allen-aye, Johnson-aye, Fairchild-aye, and Leupold-aye.

CLAIMS LISTING 2-13-2018

AHLERS & COONEY P.C.

$1,000.00

ALISSA HOLTZ

$218.00

ALLIANT ENERGY

$5,475.54

ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY

$671.38

AUREON TECHNOLOGIES INC.

$1,380.00

BENJAMIN RADCLIFFE

$117.77

BEST WESTERN UNIVERSITY PARK

$123.77

BLACK HILLS ENERGY

$7,622.86

BOB BARKER COMPANY INC.

$115.60

BOB EILERS

$9.81

BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.

$862.32

BOYER TRUCKS SIOUX FALLS

$383.15

BRIAN’S GUNS

$72.00

CALHOUN-BURNS & ASSC INC

$7,865.30

CCP INDUSTRIES INC

$1,257.24

CDW GOVERNMENT INC.

$1,065.70

CENTEC CAST METAL PRODUCTS

$265.54

CENTURYLINK

$823.70

CHRISTIANS SHEETMETAL HVAC INC

$75.00

CINTAS CORPORATION

$251.80

CONNIE GOLDTRAP

$146.52

COOPERATIVE ELEVATOR ASSOC.

$424.96

COOPERATIVE ENERGY COMPANY

$10,486.40

CORNELL ABSTRACT CO

$273.00

COTTINGHAM & BUTLER

$2,083.33

COYOTE MOTOR CO.LLC

$1,547.51

CRITTENTON CENTER

$373.20

CRYSTEEL TRUCK EQUIP INC

$1,405.00

CULLIGAN OF SPENCER

$29.75

CUSTOM WELDING & REPAIR

$30.00

DAVID L KOHLHAASE

$41.97

DEBRA M MCKEEVER,CSR,RPR

$288.20

DIAMOND CONCRETE INC

$22,542.50

DICKINSON CO TREASURER

$1,606.04

DICKINSON CO TREASURER

$22,639.23

DICKINSON COUNTY NEWS

$76.83

DISCOVERY HOUSE INC.

$1,150.00

DON PIERSON

$82.59

ED VOS

$1.09

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SYSTEMS

$666.12

FICK’S ACE HARDWARE

$109.78

GMS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES INC.

$141.96

GOVERNMENT FORMS & SUPPLIES

$65.00

GRAHAM TIRE COMPANY

$329.40

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

$1,280.42

HURLBURT TOOLS

$157.49

IA EMERGENCY NUMBER ASSOC.

$95.00

IA LAKES ELECTRIC COOP

$7,551.81

IA LAKES REGIONAL WATER

$72.85

IA NARCOTICS OFFICERS ASSOC.

$225.00

IA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOC.

$185.00

IA PUMP WORKS INC.

$2,356.25

IA.DEPT.OF JUSTICE

$200.00

IACCVSO

$60.00

ID ZONE

$144.00

INFO DOG SECURITY LLC

$41.95

IOWA APCO

$475.00

JACOBSON WESTERGARD ASSC.INC.

$542.50

JAMES KESSLER

$14.72

JENNESS FAMILY FUNERAL HOME

$2,300.00

JENSEN INVESTMENT LLC

$150.00

JERRY WAGENER

$56.89

JOSH JOHNSON

$342.72

JOSH ROBERTS

$122.18

KRIS ROWLEY

$246.91

L & C TIRE SERVICE INC.

$86.36

LAKE PARK AUTO PARTS

$505.08

LAKE PARK FOODS

$50.62

LAKE PARK MUN UTILITIES

$1,719.27

LAKE PARK, CITY OF

$3,694.98

LAKES LUBE CENTER LLC

$38.20

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

$430.00

LAKES REGIONAL HEALTHCARE

$116.00

MAGGIE K. COOK CCSR, RPR

$124.00

MAIL FINANCE

$1,064.37

MAIL SERVICES LLC

$546.53

MARCIA R. MC CARTHY

$87.50

MARCO

$255.59

MATHESON LINWELD INC.

$3,629.00

MEDIACOM

$1,259.83

MEGAN KARDELL

$311.74

MICHAEL J. CHOZEN & ASSOCIATES

$15.00

MIDWESTERN MECHANICAL OF IOWA

$125.00

MILFORD COMMUNICATIONS

$138.94

MILFORD MUN UTILITIES

$454.26

MOTOROLA

$240.00

MUESKE ELECTRIC INC.

$114.66

NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTY ASSOC

$105.00

NOTEBOOM IMPLEMENT LLC

$938.79

NW IA PLANNING & DEVELOP.

$3,000.00

NW IA YOUTH EM SERV.CENTER

$1,287.00

OKOBOJI HOMEOWNER’S ASSOC FY 17-06

$12,496.00

ONE OFFICE SOLUTION

$154.68

PHYSICIANS LABORATORY OF NORTHWEST IOWA, LTD

$1,225.00

PICTOMETRY INTERNATIONAL CORP.

$32,447.34

PIXLER ELECTRIC

$204.95

POWERPLAN

$2,011.17

PREMIER COMMUNICATIONS

$706.09

QLT LEASE SERVICES

$7.26

REEKERS CLEANING SERVICE LLC

$21,279.77

SAFELITE FULFILLMENT INC.

$231.34

SAM WEDEKING EXCAVATING INC.

$170.00

SANDY LAW FIRM

$262.11

SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR CO.

$3,967.14

SGI

$1,438.52

SHANNON SANDY

$73.97

SHAWS of OKOBOJI II

$218.00

SIOUX COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

$57.00

SPENCER OFFICE SUPPLIES

$275.24

SPIRIT LAKE MED. CENTER

$1,160.00

SPIRIT LAKE PARTS CITY

$112.20

SPIRIT LAKE, CITY OF

$656.18

STATE STEEL SUPPLY CO

$391.20

STEPHANIE J. EARLY

$115.50

STORY COUNTY SHERIFF

$56.80

TERRIL TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE

$283.95

TERRIL, CITY OF

$37.80

THE SIDWELL COMPANY

$1,764.00

THOMSON REUTERS-WEST

$261.60

TIM FAIRCHILD

$1,220.07

TOTAL FIRE PROTECTION INC.

$250.00

TOWN & COUNTRY TREE SERV.

$5,625.00

TRUE VALUE-MILFORD

$79.42

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC.

$125.00

UNITED TECHNOLOGIES

$580.00

UPKEEP

$64.00

US BANK

$4,687.33

US CELLULAR

$736.06

VANDERHAAG’S INC

$353.00

VERIZON WIRELESS

$1,039.02

WALMART COMMUNITY

$227.73

WARNER FUNERAL HOME

$460.00

WEX BANK

$5,385.20

WITTROCK LAWN SERVICE

$1,117.80

ZIEGLER INC.

$2,004.50

TOTAL

$239,174.21

STAMPED DRAINAGE WARRANTS

JACOBSON-WESTERGARD-DD319

$601.50

JACOBSON-WESTERGARD-DD319-JT 61 CDE

$768.50

TOTAL $1,370.00

Moved by Allen, seconded by Fairchild, to approve the appointment of Daniel Johnson as the City of Arnolds Park representative to the Dickinson County trails Board. Roll call vote: Allen-aye, Fairchild-aye, Johnson-aye, Jordan-aye, and Leupold-aye.

Emergency Management Director Mike Ehret present for the approval on the purchase of a Mobile Command Unit to help with any emergency disasters at the cost of $35,115. Ehret was instructed to find a location to store the unit. The board decided they will revisit the purchase at a later date.

Moved by Allen, seconded by Fairchild, to set the time and date for a Public hearing on the proposed Fiscal Year ’19 County Budget, for Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at 10:00 A.M in the Supervisor’s Board Room. Roll Call vote: Allen-aye, Fairchild-aye, Johnson-aye, Jordan-aye, and Leupold-aye.

County Engineer present. Moved by Fairchild, seconded by Allen to support the FAST ACT application with the City of Milford to fund A34 from highway #71 westerly to 213th Avenue. The project will be scheduled for Fiscal Year 2023 and will be done jointly with Milford Municipal Utilities and the City of Milford. Roll Call vote: Fairchild-aye, Allen-aye, Johnson-aye, Jordan-aye, and Leupold-aye.

The Board gave their board and committee reports.

There being no further items presented to the board, moved by Fairchild, seconded by Johnson to adjourn. All voted aye. Meeting adjourned to the call of the Chairperson at 11:27 a.m.

_William Leupold, Chairperson

Lori Pedersen, Auditor

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ARNOLDS PARK, IA

REGULAR SESSION

FEBRUARY 14, 20185:30 P.M.

COUNCIL PRESENT: Adams, Christensen, Richter, Watters. Mayor Hussong presided. Jensen joined via telephone at 5:47 p.m.

ABSENT: None.

OTHERS PRESENT: Barry Sackett, Marc Steffes, Mark McGill, Joe Van Otterloo, Will Kretsinger, Erin Reed, Jonathan & Janet Reed, Angela Kofoot, Julie Scheib, Bob Shaw, Dallas Heikens, Ron Walker, Al Krueger, Kara Rice, Dan Johnson.

Motion approving Minutes from previous meeting. Adams/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Motion approving Claims, Clerk’s & Treasurer’s reports. Richter/Christensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Motion approving liquor license renewals for Pair-A-Dice, Emerald Hills Golf Club and Miles Inn. Adams/Christensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Motion approving liquor license renewal pending final paperwork for the Wine Bar & Art Gallery. Richter/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Motion approving Transient Merchant license pending final paperwork for the Fireworkz Store. Christensen/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

VOLUNTARY ACTION CENTER: Angela Kofoot was present to update the Council on the Meals on Wheels program. Kofoot said the program served 6,266 meals in the immediate area last year. The Voluntary Action Center is requesting $2,000 in funding for the FY2018 – 2019.

DICKINSON COUNTY TRAILS BOARD: Erin Reed was present to update the Council with recent and upcoming trail projects. The City’s portion of the 28-E Agreement with the Dickinson County Trails for FY2018-2019 is $4,413.

DISCOVERY HOUSE: Julie Scheib and Bob Shaw spoke on behalf of the Discovery House. Scheib updated the Council on the year’s demographics for both the Discovery House and the Daniel House. The Daniel House is a transitional housing facility owned and operated by the Discovery House.

HEALTH INSURANCE UPDATE: Mark McGill was present to update the Council on the City’s health insurance renewal. The new rates will increase ten percent and will be effective March 1, 2018. Motion approving the employees’ health renewal with Wellmark BlueCross/BlueShield. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Jim Jensen joined the meeting via telephone 5:47 p.m.

STEFFES COMPANIES, LLC: Marc Steffes and Barry Sackett presented the Council with plans and specs for possible construction of a new hotel located at 230 Minnewashta Beach Road to be called “The Inn.” Steffes said the hotel will have an “art deco” feel on the inside and will consist of 38 rooms, outdoor swimming pool, outdoor bar and lounge area and a spa. The building is compliant with height, parking and setback requirements for the C-2 General Commercial (Mixed Use) Zoning District. Steffes would need the City to relax or trade the restrictive easement located on the property in order to build. RESOLUTION 03-18 RESOLUTION OF INTENT TO TRADE THE RESTRICTIVE EASEMENT AT 230 MINNEWASHTA BEACH ROAD WITH STEFFES COMPANIES, LLC; AND SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR MARCH 14, 2018 AT 5:30 P.M. Introduced by Richter. Seconded by Christensen. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Richter, Christensen, Adams, Jensen, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: None.

Motion to refer possible vacation of alley way on Minnewashta Beach Road to the Planning & Zoning Commission for review. Watters/Adams. Ayes: Five. Nays: None. Absent: None.

Motion approving Pay Estimate No. 4 (Final) in the amount of $6,029.24 to OMG Midwest dba Tri-State Paving for the 2017 Street Improvements – West Okoboji Road Project per the recommendation of Jacobson – Westergard & Associates, Inc. The City of Arnolds Park’s share of Pay Estimate No. 4 (Final) is $3,122.42, and the City of West Okoboji’s share is $2,906.82. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Five. Nays: None. Absent: None.

2018 SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS LAKEVIEW BOULEVARD: City Engineer Jeff Rose spoke with the property owners at 5 Prairie Lane about a possible easement to go around an existing tree. The owners have declined the easement request and would like the City to provide them with two trees and planted in the location of their choosing. It was the consensus of the Council to decline the property owner’s request. Once the sidewalk is completed, the City will plant a tree within the City property.

Jim Jensen left the meeting at 6:30 p.m.

SKID LOADER TRADE: The original quote for the skid loader trade was $2,500.00. Since the quote was received additional hours have been accrued. The price will increase $15.00 for each additional hour. It is estimated that the loader will have 200 hours at the time of trade which would increase the cost to $3,025.00 Motion approving skid loader trade from Jaycox Implement, Inc. Watters/Christensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent. Jensen.

POLICE DEPARTMENT: Chief Krueger presented the Council with bids for a new police vehicle. Two bids were sent out and one bid was received. Motion to approve the purchase of a 2018 Chevy Tahoe in the amount of $34,188.80 from Karl Chevrolet in Ankeny, IA, outfitting of the 2018 Chevy Tahoe for $12,191.73, and to accept sealed bids on the Dodge Charger this summer. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

FUNDING REQUESTS FOR FY2018-2019: The Council reviewed the funding requests for the FY2018-2019. Motion approving the 28E Agreements and funding requests totaling $56,636 for FY2018-2019 as follows: SHIELD - $10,777, Water Quality Commission - $14,800, NWIPDC - $563, Dickinson Co. EMA - $4,108, RIDES - $3,375, Dickinson County Trails Board - $4,413, Blue Water Festival - $2,500, Bedell Family YMCA - $1,000, CAASA - $1,500, Discovery House - $1,000, Dickinson County EMS - $1,000, Historic Arnolds Park, Inc. - $1,000, Iowa Great Lakes Corridor - $3,500, Chamber of Commerce – Fireworks - $1,050, Lakes Area Dog Park - $500, Lakes Art Center - $2,000, Meals on Wheels - $2,000, Trees Forever - $1,000, UDMO - $500, and Upper Des Moines Opportunity (UDMO) – Headstart Book Club Program . Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS: The Personnel Committee is recommending a 3% cost of living increase for all full-time and part-time employees for FY2018-2019; also a $10 per month increase in cell phone allowance for City employees required to carry a cell phone. Motion to approve Personnel Committee recommendations effective July 1, 2018. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

BUDGET FY2018-2019: The Council will meet in Special Session on February 20, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. to discuss the budget for FY2018-2019. A Public Hearing to approve the proposed budget was set for March 14, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.

Motion to adjourn: Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen. Mayor Hussong declared the meeting adjourned at 6:55 p.m._

Jim Hussong, Mayor

Linda Nase, City Clerk

A & M LAUNDRY INC

laundry - city shed

$60.00

IA ONE CALL

Iowa one calls

26.10

SPIRIT LAKE PARTS CITY

car supplies/maint.

117.16

CASEY’S GENERAL STORE

GAS PURCHASES

205.97

CENTRAL WATER SYSTEM

purchase water

10,357.50

ALPHA WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

portable radio repair

142.00

COMPUTER ZONE

4 GB ram/hard drive/malware

444.97

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

paper towel rolls/bath tissue

195.17

ALLIANT ENERGY

utilities

6,593.74

OFFICE ELEMENTS

office supplies

213.01

JACOBSON-WESTERGARD

utility review standards

4,791.40

MUESKE ELECTRIC INC

bulbs

446.25

MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC.

saddle/curb stop

641.75

PURCHASE POWER

postage re-load

208.99

DC NEWS

minutes/claims/public hearing

272.23

NW IA PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

SHIELD FY 2018 3rd draw

3,000.00

SIOUX SALES CO.

clothing-andy

99.85

TOWN & COUNTRY DISPOSAL

garbage & recycling contracts

14,780.08

SAM WEDEKING EXCAVATING &

takeuchi/vactron/labor/supplies

1,701.75

HEARTLAND SECURITY SERVICE

city hall monitoring

28.50

AMY’S SIGN DESIGN

8 12X18 metal signs

292.00

DAVE’S REPAIR, INC

labor/resale/freight/disposal

3,355.14

HANDY ANDY’S YARD SERVICE

spraying

1,331.62

NORTHWEST IOWA SPRINKLER

city hall

237.00

FICK’S ACE HARDWARE

roof melt tablets

22.99

IMFOA

IMFOA 2018-19 membership dues

50.00

CAMPUS CLEANERS & LAUNDER

rug cleaning - city hall

93.00

MEDIACOM LLC

internet

71.80

BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.

air filter/hub kits/tire assem

387.17

COFFMAN’S LOCKSMITH SHOP

service to door at shop

65.00

OKOBOJI GM TOYOTA

indoor front panel replacement

610.89

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC

gases

105.10

THE BOONEDOCKS

fuel

1,457.41

LARUE DISTRIBUTING,INC.

coffee

38.08

VERIZON WIRELESS

tough books/cell

273.11

CARD SERVICES

postage

361.24

STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY

water testing

26.00

COUNSEL

copies/prints

131.64

MAXYIELD COOPERATIVE

diesel

1,123.60

MARSDEN BLDG MAINTENANCE

janitorial services

640.00

IA LAKES CONTINUING ED.

reserve officer training

150.00

JAN COON

main sewer line 383 Lincoln

225.00

D & K REPAIR

formed cutting edge/bolts

1,137.94

WINTER EQUIPMENT COMPANY

roadmaxx system

1,064.45

CLAIMS TOTAL

$57,576.60

GENERAL FUND

$39,210.44

STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND

903.75

SIDEWALK IMP. - LAKEVIEW FUND

1,504.15

WATER UTILITY FUND

15,184.53

SEWER UTILITY FUND

773.73

CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT

Case # APSMSM071835

$60.00

DELTA DENTAL

Dental

1,247.00

IA LAKES ELECTRIC COOP

651 sunshine run

4,233.11

IA DEPT OF REVENUE & FINA

STATE TAX

4,485.00

EFTPS

FED/FICA TAX

21,314.84

MUESKE ELECTRIC INC

street light by water tower

60.00

BLACK HILLS ENERGY

gas bill

1,243.76

CENTURYLINK

phone

701.27

SENSUS USA

software support 3/18-3/19

1,949.94

TREASURER STATE OF IOWA

sales tax oct, nov, dec

15,922.00

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL

Group Insurance

13,985.05

ARNOLDS PARK LIBRARY

petty cash

10.35

IA PUBLIC EMP. RETIREMENT

ProtectionIPERS

13,655.71

IA WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT

HEIDEMAN - UNEMPLOYMENT

1,233.35

DICKINSON CO EMERGENCY ME

charge paks

240.00

MAINSTAY INVESTMENTS

TSA RETIREMENT

150.00

AFLAC

AFLAC

644.82

AMAZON.COM

books/movies

544.64

LINDA NASE

Insurance reimbursement

419.72

MEDIACOM LLC

internet

71.80

THE BOONEDOCKS

fuel

1,402.71

IA NARCOTICS OFFICERS

INOA conference

225.00

UNITY POINT CLINIC

2018 membership due

40.00

BAKER & TAYLOR

books

209.28

IA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

terminal billing Oct-Dec 2017

300.00

NEW YORK LIFE

Disability

488.60

NEW YORK LIFE EMP LIFE

LIFE INS - EMP

583.77

MICHAEL FREDERICK

novel ‘Odd is Left’

20.00

CLAIMS TOTAL

$85,441.72

GENERAL FUND

$59,556.37

ROAD USE FUND

4,018.25

WATER UTILITY FUND

18,437.06

SEWER UTILITY FUND

3,430.04

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THE HARRIS-LAKE PARK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION MET IN ROOM 9B OF THE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL ON FEBRUARY 19TH, 2018 AT 6:30 P.M. FOR THE PURPOSE OF HOLDING A PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE 18-19 SCHOOL CALENDAR AND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING. PRESENT WERE THE FOLLOWING PERSONS: Directors Heikens, Harmon, Elser, Hibma and Stahly; Superintendent Irwin, Principal Brueggeman, Principal Popken and Secretary Gunderson. Teachers Kathy Winters and Daryl Meyer, were also in attendance. Also present were Jason Huff, Sheena and Jason Brockshus, Neal and Rebecca Luitjens and School Attorney, Steve Avery.

The Board began the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

The regular meeting was called to order by President Heikens at 6:30pm.

A motion was made by Director Stahly, seconded by Harmon to approve the agenda as printed. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Stahly made a motion, seconded by Elser, that the Board approve the bills from the General Fund in the amount of $337,539.40, bills from the Activity Fund in the amount of

$7,604.78 from the Capital Projects Fund in the amount of $335.00, from the PPEL Fund in the amount of $40,000.00 and from the Food Service Fund in the amount of $21,290.34 and also approve the Minutes, Secretary’s Reports, Activity and Food Service Reports. Motion carried 5-0.

(The bills are listed at the end of this document and by this mention become a part hereof.)

The Board held a public hearing regarding the 18-19 School Calendar.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the 18-19 School Calendar with and August 23rd start date and several two hour late start dates for professional development. Motion carried 5-0.

At 6:40pm Director Heikens made a motion, seconded by Stahly to enter into Closed Session under Iowa Code 21.5(1)(i) to allow the Board to evaluate the professional competency of an individual and that person requests a closed session. A roll call vote was taken. Ayes: Heikens, Harmon, Elser, Hibma and Stahly, Nays: None. Motion carried. No action was taken by the Board in closed session. At 6:55pm Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to return to open session. A roll call vote was taken. Ayes: Heikens, Harmon, Elser, Hibma and Stahly, Nays: None. Motion carried.

The following Board policies were given to the Board for review: 1004.1-Community Use of School Facilities, 1004.2-Supervision by School Personnel, 1004.3-Loan of School Equipment, 1004.4-Sunday use of Facilities, 1005.1-Public Performances by Students, 1005.2-Contests for Students, 1005.3-Sales Promotions Prohibited, 1005.4-Money-Raising Activities in the Schools, 1005.5-Participation in Community Fund Drives, 1005.6-Transporting Students in Private Vehicles, 1006-Visitors to the School, 1006.1-Tobacco and Nicotine Free Schools and 1007.1-Golden Age Passes. Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Elser to approve the second reading of the above mentioned policies with the addition of Sioux Valley residents whose children graduated from Lake Park to Golden Age Passes. Motion carried 5-0.

Middle/High School Math Teacher, Kathy Winters, presented to the Board. Mrs. Winters teachers 6th, 7th and 8th grade math along with Geometry, Informal Geometry and 6th grade Social Studies. Technology that she uses in the classroom include: A Mimio pad and LCD projector. With her mimio pad she does problems, notes, graphs and many other things. She pulls up teacher websites on her LCD projector. She has been teaching the 6th grade google slides on ancient civilization and Iowa History.

Principal Brueggeman reported Ann Stein received the Project Jack grant to make care packages for veterans. Rachel Popken received a $200 Ag grant for Ag Buddy Readers. The FFA reads these books to the elementary students.

Principal Popken reported this week is FFA week. They are having a food drive and as a result a staff member will kiss a pig. Also the FFA thank you breakfast will be held this week. A new middle school fundraiser will kick off on the 20th. Several 7th and 8th grade students will attend the Buena Vista University honor band.

Superintendent Irwin gave the Board information on impending legislation including: More flexibility for At-Risk funding, SAVE bill extension, SSA funding and school lunch bill. The voucher bill did not survive.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation from Travis Popken as MS/HS Principal and Technology Coordinator. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation from Sandy Hanson as Elementary Teacher. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation from Amanda Perkins as Summer School Teacher. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation from Alex Roberts as Cheerleading Coach pending finding a suitable replacement. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Stahly made a motion, seconded by Elser to approve the contract with Joyce Peschon as Special Education Associate. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Elser to approve the wrestling and girls track and soccer athletic sharing agreements and approve the Spanish, Vocational Ag, Family Consumer Science and Construction Trades sharing Agreements with Spirit Lake. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Stahly made a motion, seconded by Harmon to approve the Teacher Sharing Agreement with Clay Central Everly School. Motion carried 5-0.

Superintendent Irwin and Secretary Gunderson discussed the 2018-19 preliminary budget with the Board.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Elser to approve the Transportation Director Operational Sharing agreement with the Sibley-Ocheyedan School District. Motion carried 5-0.

Director Elser made a motion, seconded by Harmon to approve the School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC). Motion carried 5-0.

Director Elser made a motion, seconded by Hibma to advertise for a full-time Middle School/High School Principal. Motion carried 5-0.

The Board would like to thank MS/HS Principal and Technology Coordinator Travis Popken.

Director Harmon made a Motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the transfer of $40,000.00 from the PPEL Fund to the Debt Service Fund. Motion carried 5-0.

The 2018-19 budget public hearing will be held Monday, March 19th, 2018 @ 7:30pm in room 9B of the high school. The regular monthly meeting will be held March 19th @ 7:30 in room 9B of the high school.

Neal Luijens visited with the Board about school security. He encouraged the Board to look at all options of security including auto buzz in doors. He hopes this is taken care of timely. We realize not all policies are fool proof and there will be inconveniences to parents and visitors. The Board is taking this very seriously and will consider all options.

Jason Brockshus visited with the Board about making the school a safe environment. He would like to see a positive learning environment with every student given a chance to be successful. He expects staff to act professionally and students act as professionals. He expects the staff and Board to lead by example. We have the power to make a change. The Board thanked Jason for his input. President Heikens adjourned

the meeting @ 7:45 pm.

Mindy GundersonBoard Secretary

Shelley Heikens

President, Board of Education

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

ACTIVITY FUND FEBRUARY 2018

ACE FUNDRAISING

CLINIC

$200.00

AGILE SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES

TECHNOLOGY

$2,000.00

BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY

HONOR BAND

$105.00

CENTRAL LYON CSD

JH WRESTLING

$25.00

CFE

SUPPLIES

$226.52

CUSTOM CREATIONS

SUPPLIES

$517.00

FIVE STAR CATERING

SUPPLIES

$184.44

IGCA

CLINIC

$50.00

IOWA GIRLS HS ATHLETIC UNION

REGIONAL BASKETBALL

$1,128.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC.

SUPPLIES

$15.00

IOWA LAKES MUSIC DEPARTMENT

FEES

$100.00

MARTIN BROS

SUPPLIES

$665.03

NICKS, RANDY

FEES

$113.37

PEPSI

SUPPLIES

$1,166.24

ROGUE FITNESS

EQUIPMENT

$790.00

SHERATON

TRAVEL

$128.80

STAN’S CORNER

SUPPLIES

$80.38

SUB TOTAL:

$7,494.78

OFFICIALS

ATHERTON, GREG

1/30 JH VS WEST SIOUX

$55.00

VANBEEK, AL

1/30 JH VS WEST SIOUX

$55.00

TOTAL $110.00

GRAND TOTAL $7,604.78

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

FOOD SERVICE FUND FEBRUARY 2018

CASEY’S BAKERY

SUPPLIES

$729.81

DEAN FOODS

SUPPLIES

$1,266.71

H-LP GENERAL FUND

WAGES

$8,632.77

HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT

SERVICE

$111.00

KECK

COMMODITIES

$2,328.79

LAKE PARK FOODS

SUPPLIES

$23.38

MARTIN BROS

SUPPLIES

$8,197.88

TOTAL $21,290.34

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

GENERAL OPERATING FUND FEBRUARY 2018

VENDOR

PURCHASE

AMOUNT

ACCO

SUPPLIES

$194.96

AEIKENS, KAYLA

TRAVEL

$60.99

AERCOR

TECHNOLOGY

$995.00

AMAZON

SUPPLIES

$2,226.12

APPLE INC

SERVICE

$338.50

BRADLEY, NIC

MILEAGE

$53.28

CORNWALL AVERY BJORNSTAD

SERVICE

$75.00

CAMPUS CLEANERS

SERVICE

$267.50

CENTURY LINK

SERVICE

$295.11

CFE

GAS/DIESEL

$3,442.46

COFFMAN’S LOCKSMITH

SUPPLIES

$40.00

COOPERATIVE ENERGY CO

DIESEL

$230.00

DICKINSON COUNTY NEWS

MINUTES

$416.78

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

LICENSURE

$75.00

ECOLAB

SERVICE

$240.99

FERGUSON’S

SERVICE

$828.18

FORBES HOUSE MOVING

SERVICE

$2,010.00

HINTON BAND

FEES

$360.00

IASB

SERVICE

$70.00

IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK

TECHNOLOGY

$588.00

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

BUS INSPECTION

$280.00

IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES

FEES

$240.00

IOWA HS SPEECH ASSN

FEES

$197.00

IOWA LAKES COMM COLLEGE

TUITION

$15,392.25

IOWA ONE CALL

SERVICE

$1.80

IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS

TESTING

$1,719.11

KNIGHT PROTECTION

SERVICE

$1,175.00

LAKE PARK AUTO PARTS

SUPPLIES

$90.43

LAKE PARK AUTO REPAIR

SERVICE

$665.17

LAKE PARK UTILITIES

UTILITIES

$12,206.20

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

WANT AD

$79.20

LEARNING WITHOUT TEARS

FEES

$360.00

MATHESON

SUPPLIES

$318.08

PIPER JAFFRAY

SERVICE

$1,000.00

PRAIRIE LAKES AEA

TECHNOLOGY

$47.50

PRESIDENTS EDUCATION AWARDS PROGRAM

SUPPLIES

$87.50

REMEMBER ME

YEARBOOKS

$163.18

RED ROSES AND IVY

SUPPLIES

$47.90

ROGUE FITNESS

EGUIPMENT

$945.00

SANFORD

INSURANCE

$21,249.80

SLATER, NATASHA

TRAVEL

$202.48

SHERATON

TRAVEL

$239.68

SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN CSD

TUITION

$1,194.90

SPENCER CSD

TUITION

$29,671.69

SPIRIT LAKE CSD

TUITION

$20,676.25

SWIFT AIR

REPAIRS

$659.25

VERIZON

SERVICE

$73.30

WEST MUSIC

SUPPLIES

$140.23

TOTAL $121,930.77

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

AFLAC

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

$415.27

AMERIPRISE

TSA

$700.00

EQUITABLE

TSA

$140.00

TASC

CAFETERIA

$1,975.85

THRIVENT

TSA

$700.00

IPERS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

$29,702.61

UCB-EFTPS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

$43,345.16

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

$8,566.00

WITHHOLDING TOTAL

$85,544.89

FEB 2018 PAYROLL

$130,063.74

TOTAL

$337,539.40

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND

ADVANCED SYSTEMS

COPIER LEASE

$335.00

PPEL FUND

H-LP DEBT SERVICE

28 E AGREEMENT W/ CITY TRANSFER TO DEBT SERVICE

$40,000.00

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Lake Park Municipal Utilities

Regular Meeting

February 21, 2018

These are the minutes for the regular meeting, pending approval, for the Lake Park Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees, who met February 21, 2018 – 5:30PM – 217 Market Street, Lake Park. Board Members present; Lemker, Goodell, Wittrock, Jacobsen, Johnson.

Others present; City Administrator Marie Matthiesen, Linda Treharne, Todd Doeden

Jeremy Rasche, Lane Sether.

The regular meeting was called to order by Jacobsen at 5:30PM.

Motion by Johnson/Wittrock to approve consent agenda which includes minutes for regular meeting on 01/17/2018; review and approval of bills; review cash asset accounts; review budget category report; approve regular agenda - all ayes; motion carried.

Goodell reviewed the bills of necessity.

Electric report given by Sether * Water report given by Rasche *

Gas report given by Doeden * City Administrator report provided by Matthiesen

New Business: After discussion motion by Lemker/Johnson to approve the proposed budget estimate for FY18/19 – all ayes; motion carried.

Motion by Goodell/Wittrock to contribute $50 to Harris- Lake Park After Prom 2018- all ayes; motion carried.

Motion by Lemker/Johnson to adjourn at 6:02 PM – all ayes.

Brent Jacobsen, Chairman Linda Treharne, Secretary/Treasurer

Bills of necessity for 02/21/2018.

Payee

Description

Alliant

TBS station

$20.67

Bomgaars

clothing/supplies

$117.67

Bray,John

deposit refund

$100.77

Card Service

supplies/workshop

$420.95

Century Link

telephone

$517.68

City of Lake Park

Administrator expense

$3,381.97

City of Lake Park

Sewer/Trash

$27,469.67

City of Lake Park

In Lieu of Taxes

$4,339.14

City of Lake Park

internet/office/mowing

$46.89

Cooperative Elevator

gas/supplies

$482.68

EFTPS-941

payroll taxes

$4,671.36

IGL Teleconnect

internet

$130.00

IPERS

employee retirement

$2,758.15

LPMU

Electric Sink. Fund

$16,500.00

LPMU

H S A

$275.00

L&O Power

service/transmission agreement

$4,176.28

Lake Park Development

annual grant

$10,000.00

Osceola Water

purchase water

$3,093.42

Jeremy Rasche

weatherization rebate

$750.00

Treasurer State of IA

State withholding

$947.00

Treasurer State of IA

Sales Tax

$4,840.00

US Cellular

cell phones

$163.61

Wellmark Blue Cross

health insurance

$4,239.37

MRES

WAPA/S-1/Dues

$61,604.68

Clayton Energy

Reservation/Commodity

$84,544.47

Total $235,591.43

Bills approved by the Board of Trustees Lake Park Municipal Utilities for 02/21/2018.

Payee

Description

Cohrs Construction

rock/sand

$433.64

Culligan Water

office

$31.73

Dickinson County News

publish legals

$98.50

Mike Ehret

website

$19.75

Electrical Engineering & Equip.

repairs

$468.13

G&R Controls

generators software

$2,040.00

IAMU

research assessment

$4,783.00

IA. One Call

locates

$4.50

Jaycox Impl.

repairs/rent

$1,569.69

KUOO

public awareness

$100.00

Lake Park Auto Parts

supplies

$416.22

Lake Park Foods

christmas ham

$42.45

Matheson Linweld

supplies

$68.32

One Office Solution

supplies/maint contract

$95.99

Plumb Supply

supplies

$339.05

R&D Industries

server

$70.00

Mary Schmidt

labor $45.00

Stan’s Corner

gas $199.59

Total $ 10,825.56

JANUARY 2018 RECAP OF REVENUES & EXPENDITURES BY FUND

Electric $162,548.41 $112,432.94

Water $21,145.96 $18,924.88

Gas $114,500.05 $105,792.63

Total $298,194.42 $237,150.45

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