Volunteers Needed for the Senior Activities Commission

The City of Madrid is currently taking applications from individuals who are interested in sitting on our Senior Activities Commission.  If you are interested, please complete the form below by November 30, 2019 or contact Mary Jo Reese, City Clerk at (515)795-3930 regarding your interest.  Appointments will be made at the December 7, 2019 Council Meeting.

The City of Madrid thanks you for your interest and your time!

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Library Minutes October 9, 2019

October 2019 minutes


Minutes of the Madrid Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting:

October 8, 2019

Meeting called to order by President, Denise Hiveley at 5:33 p.m.


Roll: Pam Allen, yes.  Denise Hiveley, yes.  Alice Sharp, yes.  Kelli Wolf, yes.  Dave Evans, (left at 6:35) yes.

Director, Angie Strong, yes.

Absent: none


Approval of Agenda:   [Additions or corrections- none]

On a motion by Kelli, 2nd by Pam, to approve the agenda as presented.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Denise; yes.  Motion carried; all ayes.


Approval of Minutes:  Board Meeting minutes of September 10, 2019

Corrections: None.

On a motion by Dave, 2nd by Alice, minutes of the September 10, 2019 meeting were approved as read.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Denise; yes.  Motion carried; all ayes.


Approval of Bills:

Special notes if any on claims:  none

On a motion by Alice, 2nd by Pam, bills are approved as presented.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Denise; yes.  Motion carried; all ayes.


Financial Report:

Detailed account is available upon request.




$        82.25  Fines/Fees

$        13.00  Fax Revenue

$      112.20  Copy Revenue

$         2.70   Mag/Books sold

$         0.00   Misc.

$        40.00  Guilt jar proceeds

$        25.00  Meeting Room    

$      275.15  Total for month

$      742.24  Total year to date



Trust Fund Receipts:

$      00.00

$___ 00.00_______________

$      00.00  Total for the month

$  2,275.00  Total year to date



Library Donations:

$        25.00  Friends purchased left over book sale books


$         25.00 Total for month

$       125.00 Total year to date



Circulation Report for the month of September


Items loaned in Sep. 2019              1,642               Average daily circulation   68

Items loaned in Sep. 2018              1,564               Open Access Items          157

Items loaned last month (Aug)         1,770               Access Plus Items            19

Internet Use: Public Access Computers – 829 & Wireless users – 1,423

Bridges Checkouts:  audiobooks-96 eBooks-126 streaming video-0 magazines-4

[Open access: all patrons not in our tax locale: ex. Dallas County, Polk County, and other towns.

Access Plus: items requested from our library sent to other libraries.  Both of these programs are partly reimbursed by state funding programs.]



Public Concerns:

            In order to give equal time to everyone, each person to address the Board will have a maximum time of 15 minutes each.  This guideline is used only if there has not been an official request to appear before the board prior to a meeting.

            None to report



Correspondence and Communications:


  1. Angie was sent an email through Publisher’s Weekly about more changes to e-book and audio book e-lending. The publishing house Simon & Schuster has changed its digital terms of service.  New pricing is in place which in some cases is more than double the previous prices. Also the lending model is changing from one year licenses to two year licenses for e-books.  Digital audios will change from a perpetual access model to a metered model, and must be re-licensed after two years.  There will be no embargos with Simon & Schuster unlike publishing giant Macmillan that has a two month embargo on new e-book titles for libraries.  These changes from both publishers will hurt library lending.  Angie will continue to monitor digital lending and will update the board as necessary.



Unfinished Business:


  1. The carpets were cleaned on September 13, Angie is very happy with the work that was done by Carpet Pro. It was done in an hour and a half, and the carpets dried pretty quickly.  It was suggested that it be done on a yearly basis, Angie agreed.


  1. Another sample meeting room chair was reviewed by the trustees. It is not as comfortable as the first sample chair but was sturdier.  It was suggested to look for more chairs and present them at the next meeting.  Angie will do so.


  1. Angie attended the fiber internet informational meeting. The $75 will be totally refunded if Huxley Communications does not bring fiber to Madrid.  In order for Madrid to get fiber at least 500 people need to commit to this service.  The city paid and signed up all departments for fiber internet.   The library should still be able to get discounts through E-Rate and may be able to get reimbursed for internal connections.  Angie will keep the board informed of any updates.


  1. Angie finished the annual survey for the State Library of Iowa last week. Angie has created the annual report for the board, as well as the City Council and Boone County Board of Supervisors.  The information included in the report was taken directly from the annual survey which covers fiscal year July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.



New Business:


  1. A draft of the fiscal year 20-21 budget was given to the board to review. The board has a few questions about this year’s budget, Angie will discuss it with Mary Jo.

On a motion by Kelli, 2nd by Dave the board approved the rough draft of the FY 20-21 budget.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Denise; yes.  Motion carried; all ayes.



  1. Angie has partnered with Danielle Dalluge, the high school art teacher, in the hopes of creating a library logo. Angie presented mock ups created by the students to the board.  Suggestions for changes will be given and those revisions will be presented at the next meeting.


  1. Alice updated the board on her efforts in regards to the butterfly garden (her son created the garden as an Eagle Scout project). Alice is wanting to replace the smaller fencing and bench in the garden area as well as replace some plants.  The cost of the project will be $1,700.  She has already applied for grants and has asked the Friends of the Library for help.  With winter approaching this will be a spring project, but she wanted to let the board know what was happening.


  1. Trustee training will happen at the November meeting. Angie will demonstrate the Transparent Language database to the trustees.


  1. Angie has requested permission for her and Steph to attend the Kid’s First conference April 5-7 in Ames. Angie explained that this conference has given the library some good programming ideas in the past, for example the library’s annual puppet show.  There will be a cost to this conference.

On a motion by Pam, 2nd by Kelli the board approves that Angie and Steph can attend the Kid’s First conference.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Denise; yes.  Motion carried; all ayes.



Director’s Report:


Angie has filed the first form in the E-Rate process for fiscal year 20-21.  This federal program helps the library with internet discounts.


The library will be hosting their annual Trick or Treat Night during beggar’s night (October 30) from 6 to 8 pm.  There will be games, food and fun at this family friendly event.  This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Madrid Library.


Puppet Show tryouts will be held on Tuesday, October 15 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm.  Practices will be held every Tuesday from 3:30 to 4:30.  The final performance will be on Sunday, January 12, 2020.


The library’s annual silent auction will be held from Tuesday, December 3 through Saturday, December 7th.  Bidding will end on Saturday following the Madrid Area Chamber’s Christmas Extravaganza, which is a change from previous years.  Angie plans on having Amy send out letters to area businesses asking for donations this week.


With the Christmas Extravaganza being held on Saturday afternoon Angie will work and keep the library open for people who want to look at the Avenue of Trees.  Angie has decided that board members don’t need to be at the library that afternoon but all board members are asked to bring 2 dozen cookies for the event.  Angie will provide the cider.  The board also discussed ideas for a tree for the Avenue of Trees.


Upcoming programs include:

  • Pumpkin Patch Pages for All Ages program October 8th and 9th at Frey’s Pumpkin Patch.
  • Adult Pinterest Party, Thursday, October 10th at 7 pm, the featured craft is pumpkin decorating.
  • Movie Night on Saturday, October 12th at 7 pm, the featured movie is The Secret Life of Pets 2.
  • Chess Club on Monday, October 14th at 6 pm.
  • Puppet try-outs on Tuesday, October 15th at 3:30 pm.
  • Early Out Lego Crew on Wednesday, October 16th at 2:30 pm.
  • Lessons of the Holocaust program by Brad Wilkening on Thursday, October 17th at 6:30 pm. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
  • Teen after Hours on Friday, October 18th from 7 to 10 pm.
  • Adult Book Discussion on October 21st at 7 pm. This month’s book is Little Bee by Chris Cleave.
  • Honey bee program on Tuesday, October 22nd at 6:30 pm.
  • Medicare Basics Program on Thursday, October 24th from 6 to 7 pm.
  • Early Out Movie on Wednesday, October 30th at 2:30 pm.
  • Trick or Treat Night from 6 to 8 pm on Wednesday, October 30th.
  • Chess Club on Monday, November 4th at 6 pm.
  • Pinterest on Thursday, November 7th at 7 pm.
  • Family Board Game Night on Friday, November 8th from 7 to 9 pm.
  • November Movie Night on Saturday, November 9th at 7 pm.


The library was also invited to be a part of a Madrid Family Night before the football

game on October 4th.  Steph and Angie set up activities and had an active story before the game to help promote physical and mental health.


Board Comments:


Items to be discussed at the next board meeting: Meeting room chairs, budget questions, Christmas Extravaganza, new State Library courier service and the library logo.


Next Council meeting to attend:  November 2, 2019 at 10:00 am with board member Alice to attend.


Adjourn Meeting

On a motion by Alice, 2nd by Pam, meeting adjourned at 6:54 pm.

Roll: Pam; yes. Dave; absent. Denise; yes. Alice; yes. Kelli; yes. Motion carried; all ayes.


Next regular Board meeting will be: Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Angie Strong, Director


November 14, 2019 P&Z Agenda

November 14, 2019 Agenda

MPD Blotter November 4 – November 10, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166



Officer was dispatched to the 600 Block of North Kennedy Avenue, for a fire alarm.  Turned out to be a false alarm.

Officer was called to the city shed by Public Works reference a dog running at large.  Animal was captured and posted online after a call was made to the Boone County Humane Society.  Officer was able to locate the owner and met them at the city shed, where they picked up the dog.

Officer spoke to a county resident reference two large dogs running by the city dump and around that area.  One subject was able to catch them and called the owners number that was on the tags, which also lived in the county.

Officers conducted several interviews on an on-going case.

Officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of North Water Street.  Officer made contact with driver.  Driver was parked to listen to music.  No criminal activity.


While doing school patrol, a juvenile informed an officer of a possible fence on fire on Little Street.  Officer located the fire and found it to be contained and just had the illusion that the fence was on fire.

Officer received a call from a concerned mother of a Madrid juvenile who reported that she was informed that her child had snuck out of the house last night.  Officer interviewed another juvenile who confirmed the juvenile showed up at his place and then went back home in the middle of the night.  Officer called the mother back, and reported his findings.

Officers responded to a report of road rage.  Two vehicles northbound coming into City.  At-fault driver was located and stopped.

Officer conducted a traffic stop at Kennedy and E 22nd.  Equipment warning issued.

Officer responded to a fire alarm at the Cedars.  Smoke alarm activated by burned popcorn in microwave.  Alarm reset.


Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 300 Block of South Cedar Street.

Officer was dispatched to Casey’s, where he performed a vehicle unlock.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 900 Block of South Kennedy Avenue.


Officer initiated a traffic stop on Highway 17, just North of town.  The vehicle passed a row of 5 vehicles, traveling at a very high rate of speed and then had to cut a vehicle off to keep from striking another vehicle.

Officer was dispatched to the 200 Block of South State for a juvenile that was not following moms’ instructions.  The juvenile daughter was picked up by a male subject and left to an unknown location instead of the juvenile reporting to school.  Officer checked several areas but was unable to locate the juvenile.

Officer received a call of a stolen lawn mower, in the 500 Block of South Main Street.  The officer received a second call from the owner, stating that he located it, and that he forgot that he had already put it away for the winter in the garage.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, who reported that he lost his wedding ring last night, after his vehicle had broken down.  Officer assisted the owner in retracing his steps from last night.  The owner called back later in the day and reported that it was located at home.


Officer assisted Boone County Ambulance in the 300 Block of South Cedar Street on a lift assist.

Officer followed up on two junk vehicles that the owner was spoken to about on County Line Road.

Officer received a call from a Madrid resident, reference a phone scam.  Officer met with the caller and spoke to the scammer on the phone.  The subject laughed and hung up.  Subject did not receive any further calls.

Officer received a call from a Madrid resident, who reported a hit and run on his vehicle, parked in the 700 block of East 6th street.  Officer collected evidence from the scene.  Officer left a business card on a neighbor’s door, because it appears from the scene, that the vehicle that struck it backed out of that driveway.


Officer responded to the 300 block of E 1st regarding possible criminal mischief.  After a short investigation it is believed that everything is OK.

Officer met up with another officer to retrieve recovered stolen property.

Officer met with a subject at Tiger Bowl reference questions he had regarding a workplace incident.

Officer unlocked a vehicle at Casey’s.


Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 100 block of S Water St.

Officer received a phone call about a child custody issue.  Officer advised their issue is a civil issue that needs to be worked out by the parents.

Officer returned recovered stolen property to its owner.

Officer responded to Zook Spur Road immediately outside of city limits after Dallas County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance with a single vehicle roll-over accident there. The vehicle was found unoccupied but the officer located the driver at his residence in town and he was ok.


Library Agenda – November 12, 2019

Agenda for posting – November 12, 2019



Madrid Public Library Board of Trustees’ Meeting:

November 12, 2019 – Tuesday, 5:30 pm


Call to order/Roll Call

Approve Agenda

Approval of Minutes:  October 8, 2019

Approval of Bills

Financial Report

Receipts for the month of:  October

Circulation Reports for the month of: October

Public Concerns:

Correspondence and Communications

More Ebook and digital audiobook changes – Publishers Weekly articles and State Library email

Direct State Aid


Unfinished Business

Meeting room chairs


Library logo


New Business

Trustee training – Transparent Language database review

Employee evaluations – Stephanie Fogarty and Janna Allbee

IA Shares – new courier service for Iowa libraries

Bridges cost increase

Library Board Meeting dates for 2020

Boone County Supervisors Meeting


Director’s Reports


Silent Auction

Christmas Extravaganza



Board Comments

Next Council Meeting: December 7th at 8 am



Next board meeting scheduled for: December 10, 2019

City Hall Closure – November 11, 2019

City Hall will be closed Monday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day.

If you have a Public Works emergency, please contact Scott Church, Public Works Director at (515) 230-1042.

If you need a police officer, please call (515) 433-0527 or 911 if an emergency.

City Council Minutes – October 21, 2019

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Madrid City Council
Regular Meeting
October 21, 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. Nate Samples was absent.

Other City Officials Present: Deputy City Clerk Deb Biegger, Police Officer Chad Koch, Fire Chief Scott Maddux and EMS Captain Randy Pecenka.

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, second by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the agenda for October 21, 2019.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

No Councilmembers declared a conflict of interest.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to approve the City Council meeting minutes of October 5, 2019, and Library Meeting Minutes of September 10, 2019 by consent agenda.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Burich, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the claims for October 21, 2019 in the amount of $ 47,849.79.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to approve the appointment of Tom Burke to the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver

Motion by Councilperson Rigby, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the appointment of Kim Olmstead to the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Ostrander to approve the appointment of Bethany Brewer to the Madrid Labor Day Commission.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                              Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve payment of Pay Application #3 from Absolute Concrete in the amount of $302,164.07.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, seconded by Councilperson Shaver to approve the payment of Pay Application # 4 to Absolute Concrete in the amount of $272,407.31. The two pay applications cover work completed on the Elementary School Road Project.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

The Council considered a bid from Manatt’s to repair 21st Street from Market Street to Main Street which was damaged during the Elementary School Project. Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Burich to accept the bid amount.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

The Council reviewed a bid received from Morris and Company to bore a new pipe under the Des Moines River to replace the water line pipe that recently broke. Perry Gjersvik of SEH Engineering explained the new pipe would be drilled at 15 feet below the river all the way to the well located on the west side of the river. The previous line was placed at 5” below the river in 1999. The new line would be bored closer to the edge of the river which would protect it from any new changes in the river channel. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources asked that a thicker walled pipe be used for the project. The 1350-foot pipe would remove all danger of the river damaging the pipe and is expected to last at least 20 years. The work should be completed in approximately two weeks and will start immediately. Motion by Councilperson Ostrander, seconded by Councilperson Burich to approve the bid from Morris Company in the amount of $265,600.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to approve Resolution # 16-19-20, “Resolution Authorizing Internal Advance from the Local Option Sales Tax Fund to the Water Fund.” The resolution authorizes the transfer of $165,000 from the LOST fund to the water fund. The funds would be used to pay the cost of boring a new feeder main under the river for water service.

Ayes: Burich, Ostrander, Rigby, Shaver                             Motion Carried

City Clerk, Mary Jo Reese approached the Council to discuss details of a letter received from Madrid resident Denise Moore. She explained the cost of water being purchased from Xenia Rural water and how the calculations for those costs are done. Moore recommended in her letter that water saving measures be taken. This time of year, water usage is low anyway, and the water salesman has already been shut down for the season. Reese also stated there does not need to be any restructuring of debt at this time. Debt held by the City is currently in the best places. There was also reference in Moore’s letter about pulling money from the Elementary School Project to use for repairs to the water line at the Des Moines River. This was never mentioned by the Council as an option, as bond money can only be used for it’s intended purpose. It cannot be shifted to cover another project. Moore also mentioned in her letter the need to evaluate underground leaks to conserve water. Underground leaks are located every year and repaired as needed. Moore also mentioned using raw water to feed into fire hydrants. This is not an option as the same pipes that feed hydrants also feed homes. You can’t contaminate pipes with untreated water. Reese addressed several recent comments that City of Madrid funds being in a “critical” state. The City currently has a 25% cash reserve as recommended by the auditors.

Councilperson Burich stated he has been approached about drainage on West 1st Street, and complaints about too many stop signs in town. He also shared concerns from some individuals about a letter recently received by Alliant Energy work they plan to do in the City in the upcoming months.

Marvin Ostrander thanked Chief Tasler and Scott Church for placing additional stop signs in town.

Chuck Rigby thanked Perry Gjersvik for handling the water line issue, and Mary Jo Reese for clearing up some misconceptions that may be spreading, before they become an issue.

Lane Shaver assured the people of Madrid that the water service is safe and he does not feel a town hall meeting to discuss the issue is needed. As elected officials, he feels the Council members are entrusted with making the right decisions for the people they represent.

Motion by Councilperson Shaver, seconded by Councilperson Rigby to close the meeting at 7:19 p.m.

MPD Blotter October 28 – November 3, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166



Officer was contacted by a Madrid resident, who needed assistance getting an item to her daughter at the high school.  The resident was home with other children and could not break away.  Officer picked up the item and transported it to the high school.

Officer spoke to high school staff, reference students squealing tires and driving carelessly, in the parking lot and leaving school.  Officer will give the area extra patrol around these times.

Officer met with elementary school staff, reference a plan to re-open Main Street this week.  Information will be posted and sent out to all the parents reference this meeting.

Officer spoke to two Madrid residents and was given information from the vehicle thefts and break-ins, from over the weekend.  Officer took an additional report of property stolen out of one vehicle.

Officer was dispatched to the Madrid Home for a general fire alarm.  Officer made contact with employees and found out that it was a false alarm and just a cooking issue in one of the assisted living apartments.

Officer traveled to Adel and interviewed a subject that was in the Dallas County Jail.  Officer followed up with several victims in this on-going case from over the weekend as well.

Officer received a call from Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, reference a subject coming in to report an injury, received in an incident, on Saturday night, in the City of Madrid.  Officer returned a call to the subject and left a message.  The reporting nurse stated that he did not wish to be a victim but that they needed to report it to local police, per policy.


Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 900 Block of South Kennedy Avenue.

Officer spoke to a victim of a crime reported over the weekend, who had some questions on his case.  Officer referred him to Dallas County since the charges and arrest occurred there.

Officer received a call from a County resident wanting a welfare check done on a resident in the 900 block of South Kennedy.  Officer was unable to locate the subject.  Caller called back a short time later and stated that she got ahold of her.

Officer spoke to an agent with the FBI, who gave information on a tip that they received.

Officer met with a Madrid resident, who turned in a lost/found wallet, that was located on Highway 17.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, reference a complaint about a residence, at 22nd and Main Street.  Officer called the owner of the property, and left a message, needing a call back with planned clean-up information.

Officer responded to Jonathan Drive reference a medical situation.

Officer took a report of harassment and trespassing. Officer attempted to make contact with the suspect, however there was no answer or return call.

Officer cited two juveniles into court for curfew violations.

Officer responded to the elementary playground for some bullying taking place there. Officer spoke with the subjects involved and also with the parent of a juvenile regarding the incident. Officer passed along information to the high school administration as well.  


Officer received a call from the Public Works Director.  A new sidewalk was poured on the West side of the elementary school, and a kid had ridden his bike through it, on early out day.  Officer called the concrete company who immediately returned and fixed the accident without issue.

Officers interviewed a possible witness in an on-going criminal case.

Officer shared information with a Polk County detective, reference an on-going case. 

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference issues that she is having with other parents, dealing with a juvenile relationship.

Officer took part in Halloween festivities and met with many Madrid juveniles, and went over safety issues from looking both ways to cross the street to stranger danger.


Officer sent updated reports to a Polk County detective, on an on-going joint investigation.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, who complained about a parking issue, on Little Street.  Main Street is opening back up, so the Officer explained that the situation should fix itself, but that it would be watched and the owner spoke to if needed.  

Officer was called to the 900 Block of South Kennedy Avenue, for a 3-year-old that had walked out of a residence.  Officer arrived and found the young man safe at home, he was hiding and eating snacks.

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

Officer took a report of harassment

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on two medical calls in the City.

Officer responded to car vs deer on Hwy 17.  No report taken.


Officer spoke to a property owner at 22nd and Main, reference clean-up of a property.

Officer did a back-ground check for a federal investigator.

Officer spoke to a Madrid landlord reference a possible tenant.  Officer did a back-ground on Iowa Courts Online, and gave the report to the landlord.

Officer met with high school staff and students and gave them a tour of the Police Department along with a job shadow experience.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 300 block of South Cedar Street.

Officer was informed by dispatch of a Madrid resident, that left the Boone County Dump, without paying the service fee.  Officer located the subject, who had just made his first trip and had no idea that there was a fee, and informed him to call and make arrangements for payment.

Officer received a call from a subject involved in a car/deer accident last night.  They stated that when they got home, they realized that their front plate was missing.  An officer went out in the rain and found the plate in the field, and called the owner to come to the PD and pick it up.


Officer responded to the 500 Block of Milwaukee for a business burglary alarm.  Employee error.  Set off by mistake.  Employee reset alarm.

Police, fire and rescue departments gave the winning cross-country track team an escort into town.  


Officer assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical in the 500 block of S. Union.

Officer responded to Casey’s for a hold-up alarm.  False alarm, accidentally set off by an employee.

Officer unlocked a vehicle for a resident in the 200 block of E. 8th Street.

Officer received info from a concerned resident of something that she had seen on Snapchat Maps.  Info was of an incident that may have occurred in Boone.  Info passed on to Boone PD to look into.

Madrid Snow Ordinance Review

With the changing of the season’s and the advent of colder weather, the City of Madrid would like to remind all residents of our community’s snow ordinance.  When snow is forecast and the snow ordinance is in effect – please remove your vehicles from the streets to facilitate snow removal.

PARKING: Vehicles shall NOT be parked or left standing on any part of a public street, alley, or City-owned off-street parking area during times when snow removal operations are in progress and before such operations have resulted in the removal or clearance of snow or ice from streets. Snow removal operations will begin when there is an accumulation of at least ONE INCH of snow.

SIDEWALKS: Property owners will remove snow, ice and accumulations promptly from sidewalks. If a property owner fails to remove snow, ice or accumulations with 24 hours from end of snow event, the City may do so and assess the costs against the property owner.

DUMPING OF SNOW: It is unlawful for any person to throw, push or place any snow from private property, sidewalks or driveway into the street. Snow must remain on your property.

November 2, 2019 Council Packet

November 2, 2019 Council Packet