PUBLIC HEARING ON PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS & FORM OF CONTRACT & ESTIMATED COSTS FOR WWTP E-COLI DISINFECTION PROJECT, HEARING ON ANNEXATION OF WWTP PARCEL
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOLLOWED
Present: Damgaard, Strong, Weuve, Jones, White
Mayor Taylor opened a public hearing at 7:30 PM. The public hearing was regarding the plans, specification & form of contract & estimated costs for WWTP E-Coli Disinfection Project and Annexation of WWTP Parcel. Public were present, no comments were made. Weuve made a motion to close the hearing at 7:30 PM, seconded by Jones – 5 ayes.
Mayor Taylor called the regular meeting to order at 7:30 PM.
Jones made a motion to approve the agenda, seconded by Strong – 5 ayes.
No comments from the public.
Weuve made a motion to grant a $30.14 credit towards Ray Carr’s sewer bill for watering of sod, seconded by Strong – 5 ayes.
Weuve made a motion to approve Resolution 2011-40 (Approve Voluntary Annexation of WWTP Parcel), seconded by White – Roll Call Vote, 5 ayes: Damgaard, White, Weuve, Jones, Strong.
Strong made a motion to approve Resolution 2011-41 (Approve Plans, Specifications & Form of Contract – WWTP EColi Disinfection Project), seconded by Weuve – Roll Call Vote, 5 ayes: Damgaard, White, Weuve, Jones, Strong. Ryan Brandt of Snyder & Associates reviewed the project bids with the City Council. Low Bidder CL Carroll $170,248.00. Weuve made a motion to approve Resolution 2011-42 (Making Award of Contract to CL Carroll-WWTP EColi Disinfection Project), seconded by Strong. Roll Call Vote, 5 ayes: Damgaard, White, Weuve, Jones, Strong.
Strong made a motion to advertise for bids of contracted services to perform monthly water meter readings, seconded by Jones – 5 ayes.
Council reviewed Water Tower Cleaning & Inspection Proposals. Mayor Taylor asked Supervisor Stillinger for his recommendation. No recommendation was given. Weuve made a motion to table further consideration of Resolution 2011-30 (Water Tower Cleaning & Inspection Proposals until Central Tank Coating responds to current interior paint situation), seconded by Jones – 5 ayes.
Maintenance Reports- Well reports were given. Well #4 is back on line. Stillinger suggested purchasing a large tank for watering landscaping projects. Stillinger inquired if Council wants to obtain bids for a new mower. Weuve requested that Stillinger obtain bids for new commercial mower.
Weuve made a motion to table further consideration of Resolution 2011-35 (Offer to Buy Real Estate at 316 N Central St), seconded by Jones – 5 ayes.
Weuve made a motion to approve the Carson RAGBRAI Financial Report, Issue Proceeds to Non-Profits, and Close the Event Account after the completion of the final transactions, seconded by White – 5 ayes. Total Net Profit of Carson RAGBRAI Event $22,470.96. To be distributed to: Dreamland Theatre Digital Projector Upgrade Project $2,808.88, Carson Park Improvement Project $2,808.88. $1,685.32 to be distributed to each of the following non-profits: Carson Legion Post #556, Riverside Youth Sports, Lions Club, Carson Rodeo, Wheeler Grove Church, Carson Masonic Lodge, Carson Methodist Church, Riverside Booster Club, Carson Presbyterian Church, Carson Fire Department.
White made a motion to approve issuing a credit or average to water customers who incurred un-solicited usage of private water by RAGBRAI participants, seconded by Strong – 5 ayes.
Weuve made a motion to approve Ordinance 205 (New Chapter to Provide for the Parking & Occupancy of Recreational Vehicles Within the City Limits of Carson, 3rd & final Reading), seconded by Jones. Roll Call Vote, 5 ayes: Damgaard, White, Weuve, Jones, Strong.
Jones made a motion to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Weuve – 5 ayes.
The Consent Agenda Consisted of July 11 & 18, 2011 Minutes, August Bills, Utility Report, Overtime Report, Community Center Report, Fire Department Report, Municipal Infraction Nuisance Report, Sheriff’s Report, Clerk & Treasurer Reports.
Weuve made a motion to adjourn at 8:14 PM, seconded by White– 5 ayes.
ATTEST: Brianne Duede, City Clerk Lyndon Taylor, Mayor