September 16, 2019 Council Packet

September 16, 2019 Council Packet

September 16, 2019 Council Agenda

September 16, 2019 Council Agenda

September 12, 2019 Planning & Zoning Meeting – Cancelled

The September 12, 2019 Planning & Zoning Meeting has been cancelled.  The next meeting will be held October 10, 2019 at 6:30 in the City Hall Board Room.

Huxley Communications Informational Fiber Optics Presentation – September 30th

A public informational meeting regarding the potential for fiber optic internet/TV in our community will be held Monday, September 30, 2019 in the Madrid Community Room at 7:00 PM.  Huxley Communications will present information relevant to the Madrid community and be available for questions afterwards.


Library Agenda – September 10, 2019

Agenda for posting – September 10, 2019



Madrid Public Library Board of Trustees’ Meeting:

September 10, 2019 – Tuesday, 5:30 pm


Call to order/Roll Call

Approve Agenda

Approval of Minutes:  August 13, 2019

Approval of Bills

Financial Report

Receipts for the month of:  August

Circulation Reports for the month of: August

Public Concerns:

Correspondence and Communications

None to report


Unfinished Business


Carpet cleaning

Meeting room chairs


New Business

Atriuum (circulation system) training – Angie

Fiber internet


Director’s Reports

Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale update

Annual Survey

Council Meetings

Summer Reading Program stats

Computer repairs

Christmas Extravaganza



Board Comments

Next Council Meeting: October 5 at 10 am



Next board meeting scheduled for: October 8, 2019

Medicare Basics

The Madrid Public Library will host a Medicare basics program, the program will be conducted by licensed insurance agents Aaron Thacker and Ali Chambers.  Our program will be on Thursday, September 26 from 10 to 11am.  This program is free and open to the public.

The program will provide an overview of Medicare and what it does/does not cover, information on supplements and Advantage plans, as well as advice on how to protect your savings from out-of-pocket expenses.

If you are approaching 65 or making plans for retirement, plan to attend this helpful seminar.  Registration is required, please call the library to reserve your spot at 515-795-3846.

Volunteers Needed for the Labor Day Commission

The City of Madrid is currently taking applications from individuals who are interested in sitting on our Labor Day Commission.  If you are interested, please complete the form below by October 1, 2019 or contact Mary Jo Reese, City Clerk at (515)795-3930 regarding your interest.  Appointments will be made at the October 6, 2019 Council Meeting.

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

Planning & ZoningParkBoard of AdjustmentLabor DaySAM Center-40 and over

MPD Blotter September 2 – September 8, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166


Officer assisted Labor Day staff with moving cars off of the parade route.

Officer was dispatched to a call of dispute at 1st and State.  Officer spoke with the residents and advised a solution for the remainder of the Labor Day Celebration.

Officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident, in the 100 Block of South Kennedy Ave.  Officer did a vehicle exchange of information for both drivers.

Officer took a report of two run-away children from Ames.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock for a resident at Edgewood Park.


Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call at Madrid Home.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Boone Co. Ambulance with a medical call in the 600 block of S. Green street.

Officer released bike that was impounded on Sept 1st during the car show.

Officer fingerprinted a resident for an employment background check.

Officer assisted in issuing a gas voucher to a subject for the Evangelical Free Church.

Officer spoke to a resident about a civil matter.


Officer received information of a recovered stolen vehicle. Officer attempted to call the owner but could not reach him on the phone. Officer attempted to locate the owner at his residence with no luck. Vehicle was taken to Central Iowa Towing in Ames.

Officer received a call from a resident about kittens under her porch. Officer called Boone County Animal Rescue and left a message waiting for return call.

Officer spoke with Madrid resident about ongoing land dispute between neighbors.

Officer responded to a residence on Jonathon Drive reference a family dispute.


Officer followed up with the towing company reference a previous recovered stolen vehicle case.

Officer assisted a subject regarding a food/fuel voucher from the E-free church.

Officer attended City Council meeting.

Officer responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 300 Block of North Walnut.  No injuries.

Officer took an informational report regarding juvenile behavior, per DHS request.

Officer responded to a medical call in 500 Block of Kingman.  Officer assisted EMS.


Officer was requested for a civil stand-by in the 300 block of N. Water Street.

Officer fingerprinted a resident for a real estate license background check.

Officer followed up on a domestic call from last week.

Officer worked with a resident reference family issues and an unwanted subject at the residence. Officer issued a trespassing warning to them.

September 7, 2019 Council Packet

September 7, 2019 Council Packet

September 7, 2019 Council Agenda

September 7, 2019 Council Agenda