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City Council Minutes – October 5, 2019

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Madrid City Council
Regular Meeting
October 5, 2019
10:00 a.m.

The City Council meeting was called to order at 10:01 a.m. with Mayor Tom Brown presiding.

Present at Roll Call: Steve Burich, Marvin Ostrander, Chuck Rigby and Lane Shaver. Nathan Samples arrived at 10:13 a.m.

Other City Officials Present: Deputy City Clerk Deb Biegger, Public Works Director Scott Church, Police Chief Rick Tasler, Fire Chief Scott Maddux, Library Director Angie Strong.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, second by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the agenda for October 5, 2019.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

No Councilmembers declared a conflict of interest.

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the City Council meeting minutes of September 16, 2019, the Special City Council Meeting minutes of September 23, 2019, the Special City Council Meeting minutes of September 30, 2019 and the Board of Adjustments Meeting minutes of September 23, 2019 by consent agenda.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to approve the claims for October 5, 2019 in the amount of $ 163,707.05.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

City Engineer, Perry Gjersvik addressed the Council regarding emergency measure options for the feeder main to the water plant that is out of service.  Gjersvik was asked by the Council to get quotations from contractors to fix the broken feeder main at the river. He received no interest from contractors who would need to work near and in the river to repair the feeder line main. Gjersvik stated that in discussions with Scott Church, Public Works Director, it was decided to request quotes to re-bore the main feeder line underneath the river.  Those request for quotes has been issued and Gjersvik and Church should start receiving responses this week.  Simmering-Cory, Gjersvik, and Church will be meeting to determine if the City will qualify for an “Imminent Threat” grant.

Travis Risvold, President of the Madrid Area Chamber of Commerce approached the Council to report that the Fiber Task force had an “awesome” turnout for their first informational meeting to bring fiber optic internet to the City.  The task force is scheduling a follow-up meeting with Huxley Communications to keep the promotion in front of the community.  Risvold also let the Council know that MAC did qualify for one Bird Friendly Iowa grant and are awaiting word on a second grant opportunity. Christmas Extravaganza planning is moving forward and will be held Saturday, December 7, 2019.  MAC will also be having a booth with Boone County Trails at the Iowa Bicycle Expo on January 25, 2020.

Martha Furness updated the Council on some activities within the Senior Associates Commission.  Furness stated the commission is working on having the National Anthem Group sung at a congregate lunch, starting a baking club, a blood pressure clinic, and a flu shot clinic.  The commission is looking into signage for the SAM Center and getting ideas and bids to redecorate the center.  Furness also commented that the Senior Associates Commission is looking at changing the name of the SAM (Senior Associates of Madrid) Center to the Madrid Social Center.  Furness stated that at some point in the past, the non-profit corporation status of the Senior Associates of Madrid had lapsed at both the State of Iowa and Federal levels. The Commission is looking at getting those designations reinstated as quickly as possible.

Councilperson Samples arrived at 10:13 a.m.

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Samples to approve the appointment of Samuel Melton to the Labor Day Commission.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Mayor Brown addressed the Council regarding the application of Bethany Brewer to the Labor Day Commission.  Mayor Brown stated that because of gender balance requirements Bethany Brewer’s application was tabled and the City had an open application period through the first of October.  Samuel Melton was the only applicant during the open application period and Ms. Brewer’s application was inadvertently left off the agenda for this meeting. Mayor Brown will be recommending Ms. Brewer for appointment at the November 2, 2019 Council Meeting.

Library Director Angie Strong reported the carpets were cleaned last month.  Strong has been making some computer repairs on the Library’s public access computers.  The annual survey is complete and has been submitted to the State Library. The annual report will be available to the Council at the November 2, 2019 Council Meeting.  Upcoming programs include Family Night at Madrid Schools, a presentation on Lessons from the Holocaust, Honeybee Program, Medicare Basics, and Trick or Treat Night on October 30th.

Fire Chief, Scott Maddux, reported eighteen rescue and four fire calls since the last Council meeting.  MFD has five to seven people ready to take EMS class at Wells Fargo Arena.  The cost is approximately $200 per person.  Maddux also stated they have three additional applications, but there is no gear available for new applicants.  MFD is working on writing grants for gear, bottles for SCBAs and grass truck and tanker replacements.

Police Chief, Rick Tasler reported that all police department vehicles have been serviced and ready for winter.  Tasler stated that there is a need to find a place to de-ice the vehicles this winter.  The fire department is full and there is no room for a police vehicle.  Tasler also reported that the department is either working on or getting ready for court on several cases.

Tasler reported the house at 407 N. Main has been taken down.  The owner attempted to remove the remnants of the house and set the lot to back to grade, but due to the weather and the wet ground this hasn’t been completed yet.  The owner thought the debris would be cleaned up Monday or Tuesday of the next week.

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the appointment of Nellie Corning to the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Shaver to approve FY 18-19 Audit Results.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Samples to approve Resolution #12-19-20 Resolution Naming Depositories.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Samples to approve Resolution #13-19-20 Appoint Representatives to CIRHA.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Public Works Director, Scott Church, explained that the tennis court fence was vandalized.  A police report was filed with Chief Tasler and sent to the city’s insurance carrier. An insurance payment, less a $1000 deductible have been received.  Church received a proposal to replace the damaged fence and add a 10’ x 6’ double drive gate to facilitate repairs as needed to the tennis courts.

Motion by Councilperson Samples, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to replace the tennis court fence at Edgewood Park.

Ayes: All Present                                                                 Motion Carried

Church updated the Council on the elementary school project.  The project is behind schedule, but when it is complete Church feels everyone in the City will be really pleased with the project.  He stated he is hoping that Phase I of the project will be wrapped up by the end of October.  Phase 2 was a part of the initial project, but with the project delays and the advent of Winter, Church recommends it would be best to push Phase 2 (Water Street) out until school is over in June, 2020.

Councilperson Rigby wants to make sure that there is room for the school buses and traffic during school hours.  He also expressed his admiration and appreciation for the contractors and workers who have been onsite working long days the last few weeks making sure Phase I of the project is completed.

Church stated that 21st and Water will have a temporary connection through the Winter.  Once Phase 2 of the project begins, a permanent connection will be made.  He advised that residents in the area of Main Street were given the option of using Absolute Concrete to replace their existing sidewalk making them ADA Compliant, at their own expense.

Mayor Brown asked if any citizens had questions about the elementary school project and a woman from the audience stated that she would like to know why the streets around the elementary school are not one-way.  She feels it is very dangerous and chaotic for kids.  Mayor Brown said that once the project is complete, we can start looking into safety concerns around the school.

Church also reported that West 1st Street has been milled and the first layer of asphalt has been applied.  The project is ahead of schedule and should be open next week.  Also Thursday, October 10th, Church will be attending the APWA winter conference.

Robert Cervetti, 611 Kingman Blvd, stated that he doesn’t want to see the Tiger Run development proceed forward because of increased traffic and fire issues.

Lynn Muelenthaler, 621 Kingman Blvd, would like to know why the Tiger Run development was rezoned to R4 for smaller lots and also asked if there would be more than one way to get in and out of Tiger Run.   Mayor Brown explained that an easement was approved to allow construction traffic to enter the project from Hwy 210 and not Kingman Blvd.

Duane Lombardi, 622 Kingman Blvd, stated he is not against the project, but he wants it done right and he wants the safety issues addressed.  He feels the extra traffic could cause problems in the future.  He also wanted to know what Out-lot Y and Out-lot Z are on the preliminary plat map.  Councilperson Ostrander thought that Out-lot Z was created as a possible access to the school and would remain a vacant lot until such time as it is needed.

Mayor Brown stated that the YMCA of Greater Des Moines has made the decision to discontinue fund the Boone County YMCA and as a result the Boone County YMCA has made the decision to close the current facility.  A committee has been formed to investigate interest in a new Community Center.  Please contact Boone City Administrator Bill Skare for comments or to send a letter of support.

Mayor Brown reported that the City received a letter from the Iowa Public Information Board regarding a complaint that was filed by a Madrid resident.  The complaint alleges violations of Iowa Code Chapter 22.  Mayor Brown spoke with City Attorney Flynn, who is preparing a response for this Wednesday, October 9th.  Mayor Brown is also working with the City’s IT company. In summary, there was a request for emails to the City of Madrid. Mayor Brown stated he was contacted by City Clerk, Mary Jo Reese, to assist with responding to the information request. The request was for emails over several months from Mayor Brown and the Council members.  Mayor Brown requested Reese contact our IT company have them pull the emails from the server. Reese stated that she was told the request would be quite expensive because of the size of the request and that the system wasn’t set up to pull that size of a request.  Mayor Brown then contacted the computer company and asked them to be as frugal as they could to fulfill this FOIA request.  Mayor Brown was then asked if he and the other Council members would pull all of their own emails to satisfy the request.  From a liability standpoint, that is not something he would like to do.  He states if he cannot verify that if every email is not pulled by every Councilperson it puts the City at risk.  The only way to fulfill this request is to have the IT company retrieve the emails.  Mayor Brown believes has a solution for the issue, and it will be part of the response to the Iowa Public Information Board.

Councilperson Burich had complaints on how long the elementary school project is taking to complete.

Councilperson Ostrander appreciated how quickly the house on N. Main was taken down.

Councilperson Rigby handed out a drawing of Veteran’s Square and asked what it would take to stripe the parking lot with parking spaces.  Mayor Brown asked that the item be placed on the next agenda for discussion.

Mayor Brown stated he had also talked with the owner of the property at 407 N. Main and the house is now down.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to adjourn the City Council meeting at 11:13 a.m.

Police Drug Drop Off Day – Saturday, October 26, 2019

The Ledges Historical Documentary Oct 26 – Oct 28

MPD Blotter October 14 – October 20, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

10/14/19
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, reference extra patrol on a family members house, due to health issues.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 200 Block of South Cedar Street.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, reference a vacation watch form, for an upcoming winter get away.

Officer returned a phone call and left a message, for a Madrid resident, who called reference two junk vehicles, on County Line Road.

Officer met with staff from Radar Tech, who certified all radar units in the patrol vehicles.

Officer responded to Meadow Estates for a fire set in the woods.  Officer was able to extinguish fire prior to Fire/EMS arrival.  No injuries or property damage occurred.

10/15/19

Officer received a call from a Madrid resident, requesting a call for service, that he made in 2017, reference someone in another state, stealing his identity.

Officer performed a funeral procession.

Officer was dispatched to an out of control juvenile at the 600 block of West North Street.  Officer assisted with settling the juvenile down and spoke to the mother about options for assistance.

Officer spoke to a guardian of a Madrid juvenile about sneaking out last night.  Officer received permission to speak to the juvenile at the high school and warned him for curfew.

Officer spoke to another group of parents reference their children sneaking out last night.

Officer was called to the 400 Block of West 1st Street, for an unwanted subject at a residence.  Dispatch called back and stated that the male had left after the caller contacted police.

10/16/19

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.

Officer was called to the High School, for possible criminal mischief to a vehicle.  Officer located no damage to the vehicle.

Officer was called to the 300 Block of South State Street, for kids being unsafe playing on the bridge.  Officer gave all kids present a safety speech before he cleared.

Officer relayed a message to a Madrid resident, in the 200 Block of North Main Street, for the Dayton Police Department.

Officer responded to a report of juveniles fighting in front of the Public Library.  Juveniles were spoken to and their respective parents were contact.  Both children left to go home.

10/17/19

Officer assisted a Madrid resident, with picking up her daughters’ phone, that was located on a find your phone app, after it was brought home from school, by another student.

Officer was dispatched to 21st and North Kennedy Ave, for a vehicle on fire.  Fire was put out.

Officer was called to the 900 Block of South Kennedy Avenue, for an unwanted male subject there.  Officer spoke to all subjects and the female ended up giving the male a ride back home to Kelley.

Madrid resident stopped in the P.D to inform officer her husband had been drinking and she was worried about her safety, she was going to stay with a relative in another town. Officer followed her out of town to make sure no one was following.

Officer inspected 2 ATV’s for a Madrid resident, and signed off on DNR registration paperwork.

Officer responded to a noise complaint at Green St Apartments parking lot, subject advised they will keep it down and were going inside.

10/18/19

Officer received a call of a vehicle blocking an alley, West of Dalander, in the 100 Block.  Officer made contact with the owner, who immediately moved it.

Officer met with a subject who donated (2) nice bikes to children that need them.  If your child is in need of a bike, please contact Chief Tasler to arrange a meeting.

Officer was dispatched to call a subject, staying at Ledges Park, reference a transaction issue that occurred at the Market of Madrid.

Officer followed up with a victim of a past crime, reported in the City.  Officer also followed up with a Detective from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, and exchanged information on the on-going case.  Officer emailed the County Attorney with the information learned to keep him up on the case.

Officer responded to N. Locust Street reference a domestic situation between mother and daughter. Officer referred the case to DHS for a follow up.

Officer responded to W. 2nd Street for a third-party report of a possible domestic situation between a woman and her foster child. Officer spoke with both parties involved and determined that an argument did occur, however things had settled down.

Officer responded to W. 1st Street for a report of an attempted abduction at the elementary playground. Upon arrival the Officer was informed by the reporting party that it was a false alarm.

Officer took a call of a reckless driver headed southbound out of town on 17. Officer referred the caller to Boone County Dispatch to notify the appropriate agencies.

Officer took a report of two bikes in a dumpster. Officer located the owner and got returned.

10/19/19

Officer responded to a domestic situation at the N. County Line Rd. trailer park. Officer determined that the couple was arguing over relationship problems and assisted them in talking through the issues.
 
 
10/20/19
Officer received a report of a suspicious person in the 200 block of E. 22nd St.  Officer located subject and talked with him.

Officer spoke to a female that was looking for the person in the above-mentioned call.  Officer helped her locate him and both left town.

Officer received report of an intrusion alarm at the Madrid High School.  Set off accidentally by the custodian.

Officer discovered an alarm going off on the generator at the Madrid Fire Dept.  Officer contacted an MFD Officer who came and silenced the alarm.

Officer spoke to a resident about who to contact about checking carbon dioxide level in a house.

Officer took a report of a dog bite. Officer made arrangements with the Boone County Humane Society, Dallas County Hospital and the owner of the dog to resolve the incident.

Officer stopped a vehicle for failing to stop. The driver was found to have an instruction permit only without a licensed driver in the vehicle. Both the driver and passenger were juveniles and out past curfew. Officer cited both with curfew violation and the driver was cited with failure to obey a traffic control device and violating conditions of a graduated license.

Officer followed up with the respective parents form the previous entry’s traffic stop.

October 21, 2019 Council Packet

October 21, 2019 Council Packet

October 21, 2019 Council Agenda

October 21, 2019 Council Agenda

City Council Minutes – September 30, 2019 Special Meeting

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Madrid City Council
Special Meeting
September 30, 2019
5:30 p.m.

The City Council meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. with Mayor Tom Brown presiding.

Present at Roll Call: Steve Burich, Marvin Ostrander, Chuck Rigby and Lane Shaver. Nathan Samples was absent

Other City Officials Present: City Clerk Mary Jo Reese and Police Chief Rick Tasler

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, second by Councilperson Burich to approve the agenda for September 30, 2019.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, second by Councilperson Ostrander to open a public hearing regarding Resolution # 14-19-20A, “Resolution Regarding Proposal to Vacate Abandoned Street and Convey Real Estate.”

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Jason Springer explained the land in question was previously platted for development when he purchased it. Even though Mid-Iowa Development Group officially owns the land, the Boone County Auditor requested that paperwork be filed by the City of Madrid to vacate the land previously platted. No other persons wished to speak at the hearing concerning the matter. Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Burich to close the public hearing.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve payment of an invoice to Xenia Rural Water in the amount of $7,410. Water is being purchased from Xenia due to a break in the water line of the Madrid water system.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve expenses associated with the city shed upgrade. Mafco will receive $32,480 to insulate, replace doors, and add concrete to the east portion of the city shed.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve Resolution # 14-19-20A. “Resolution Regarding Proposal to Vacate Abandoned Street and Convey Real Estate.”

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

The Council considered Resolution # 15-19-20 – “Resolution Regarding Proposal to Grant an Easement for Ingress and Egress to Mid-Iowa Development Group, Inc.” The resolution would allow for a temporary easement of two areas of city owned property off Highway 210. The areas would be used for access to “Tiger Run” by construction vehicles, and would expire in seven years. Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, second by Councilperson Burich to approve the resolution.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Burich, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the final preliminary plat for “Tiger Run as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission. A possible access to Highway 210 from Tiger Run was discussed. It was decided the access is not a possibility. Duane Lombard of 622 Kingman Boulevard stated he feels St. Malachy’s church would sell Mid-Iowa

Development enough land to make another access to Highway 210 from Tiger Run. Councilperson Shaver was concerned with accessibility to the new development by emergency vehicles. Mayor Brown stated he understands the desire to have an access to 210, he believes cul-de-sacs promote a family environment, and there are few opportunities for expansion and growth in Madrid at this time.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

City Council Minutes – September 23, 2019 Special Meeting

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Madrid City Council
Special Meeting
September 23, 2019
5:30 p.m.

The City Council meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. with Mayor Pro Tem Lane Shaver presiding.

Present at Roll Call: Steve Burich, Marvin Ostrander, Chuck Rigby and Lane Shaver. Tom Brown and Nathan Samples were absent

Other City Officials Present: City Clerk Mary Jo Reese and Police Officer Chad Koch.

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, second by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the agenda for September 23, 2019 with the deletion of #4.) Request for Approval – Resolution # 15-19-20- Access Road Easement. This item is tabled until the Special City Council Meeting scheduled for August 30, 2019.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby                                           Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, second by Councilperson Burich to approve Resolution # 14-19-20, “ Resolution Regarding Proposal to Vacate Abandoned Street and Convey Real Estate.” The resolution sets a public hearing on the matter for 5:30 p.m. for September 30, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby                                           Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, second by Councilperson Shaver to close the special City Council Meeting at 5:32 p.m.

City Council Minutes – September 16, 2019

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Madrid City Council
Regular Meeting
September 16, 2019
5:30 p.m.

The City Council meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. with Mayor Tom Brown presiding.

Present at Roll Call: Nate Samples, Steve Burich, Marvin Ostrander, Chuck Rigby and Lane Shaver.

Other City Officials Present: City Clerk Mary Jo Reese and Police Chief Rick Tasler.

Mayor Brown asked for a moment of silence in memory of Ed Pecenka, former Madrid Fire Chief, who passed away recently.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the agenda for September 16, 2019
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                                     Motion Carried

No Councilmembers declared a conflict of interest.

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, second by Councilperson Shaver to approve the City Council meeting minutes of September 7, 2019, and the Library meeting minutes of August 13, 2019 by consent agenda.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                                     Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to approve the claims for September 16, 2019 in the amount of $48,197.34.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                                     Motion Carried

Jennifer Ackerson and Jacob Grimsled of Mi-Tech, and Joe Loonan Jr. of Alliant Energy approached the Council to request approval for an underground electric line easement on five locations of city owned property. The town of Madrid is getting a complete rebuild of electric lines in 2020. Mi-Tech is contacting area residents where easement agreements are needed on private property. All residents will be receiving a letter explaining the basics of the rebuild project. Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the easement agreements.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                                     Motion Carried

Taylor Johnson of Bowman and Miller, the City of Madrid’s auditing firm, reported results of the audit conducted for fiscal year 18-19. He explained fund balances at the end of June, 2019 compared to June 30, 2018. He also explained revenues and expenses for each fund compared to June 2018. Johnson explained comments he made in the audit which involved separation of duties, minor deficiencies in payroll and budget amendments, required roll call votes noted in meeting minutes, and timeliness of publishing meeting minutes, and the need to update the depository amount for City State Bank by resolution. Johnson also noted the city is required to have a disaster recovery plan and encourages the city to develop one by the end of the year. The audit will be approved by Council vote at the meeting on October 5, 2019.

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, seconded by Councilperson Shaver to approve an expenditure request in the amount of $3,775 to Kruck Plumbing for a heater to be placed at the city shed.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                                     Motion Carried

The Council considered a request to approve an expenditure in the amount of $32,840 to Mafco for improvements to the city shed. Councilperson Rigby stated he would like to see a breakdown of those charges before the Council votes on the issue. The matter was tabled until the next City Council meeting on October 5, 2019.

The Council also considered a proposal from J & D Computers for an upgrade to the Fire Department computer system which includes new equipment, software and connection to the City of Madrid server. The estimate including labor will be around $2,500.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                         Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve a change of ownership for Casey’s General Store in connection with their liquor permit.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                         Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Shaver to approve an expanded carryout wine permit for Casey’s General Store.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                         Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the payment of sign-up fees for the City of Madrid internet service to Huxley Communications.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                         Motion Carried

Reese explained the FY 19-20 Street Finance Report to the Council. Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve Resolution # 11-19-20 approves the report and submission to the State of Iowa.
Ayes: Samples, Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                         Motion Carried

Mayor Brown commented he has had conversations with an individual who may be interested in restoring the Anheiser building owned by the City of Madrid on West 2nd Street.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to adjourn the City Council Meeting at 7:23 p.m.

October 16, 2019 Agenda

October 16, 2019 Board of Adjustment Agenda