City Council Meeting

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.

Notice to the Public: The Mayor and City Council welcome comments from the public during discussion on agenda items. If you wish to speak, please complete a card found on the podium near this agenda and hand it to the City Clerk before the meeting. When your name is called, please step to the podium, state your name and address for the record, and speak. The Mayor may limit each speaker to five minutes. If you wish to present written materials and/or a signed petition in addition to your oral presentation, those materials need to be delivered to the City Clerk by noon on the Wednesday prior to the meeting to be included in the Council packet. The normal process on any particular agenda item is that the motion is placed on the floor, input is received from the audience, the Council is given an opportunity to comment on the issue or respond to the audience concerns, and the vote is taken. On ordinances, there is time provided for public input when recognized by the Chair. In consideration of all, if you have a cell phone, please turn it off or put it on silent ring. The use of obscene and vulgar language, hate speech, racial slurs, slanderous comments, and any other disruptive behavior during the Council meeting will not be tolerated and the offender may be barred by the presiding officer from further comment before the Council during the meeting and/or removed from the meeting. The Council will be meeting in the Council Chambers, Zoom may be provided, so long as that option is available. OR by phone: (312) 626-6799, (646) 558-8656, (301) 715-8592
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Please call City Hall at 515-382-5466 or email by 4:00 p.m. Monday, September 12, 2022

1. Call the Meeting to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Approval of the Agenda
A. Proposal to consider the Vacation of City Property for September 12, 2022
1. Public Hearing
2. Resolution No. 029 (2022/2023): A Resolution to Vacate and Convey an Alleyway adjoining Block Twelve (12) in Burris Addition

B. Golf and ATV/UTV Ordinance
1. Public Hearing
2. Ordinance No. 1031 (2022/2023): An Ordinance regarding proposed Modified Chapter 77, pertaining to Golf Carts, first reading

3. Ordinance No. 1032 (2022/2023): An Ordinance regarding proposed New Chapter 78, pertaining to ATV/UTV, first reading

C. Proposal to enter into a Sewer Revenue Loan and Disbursement Agreement
1. Public Hearing
2. Resolution No. 030 (2022/2023): A Resolution Authorizing and Approving a Loan and Disbursement Agreement, Combining Loan and Disbursement Agreements, and Providing for the Issuance and Securing the Payment of $20,838,000 Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2022A

5. Approval of CONSENT AGENDA (Any item on the Consent Agenda may be removed for separate consideration.)

A. Approve Minutes of the Regular Meeting held on August 22, 2022
B. Approve Payment of Cash Disbursements, including Check Numbers 78455-78545 and Electronic Numbers 1167-1181 (Inclusive) Totaling $906,098.17 (See attached list) and the First Interstate Purchasing Card for September Payment
C. Approve Builders Risk Insurance and payment for FieldHouse Project in the amount of $9,529.00
D. Resolution No. 031 (2022/2023): A Resolution setting Public Hearing regarding proposed amendment to Chapter 55 of the City Code, pertaining to the Keeping of Bees in the City
E. Resolution No. 032 (2022/2023): A Resolution setting Public Hearing regarding proposed New Chapter 159 Vacant Property
F. Resolution No. 033 (2022/2023): A Resolution Approving Budgeted Beginning Year Transfers for FY2022/2023
G. Approve Tax Abatement:
1. Permit #BP2022-0051, 1860 10th Street, Garage

6. PUBLIC FORUM: Time set aside for comments from the public on topics of City business other than those listed on the agenda – no action may be taken. (Please keep your comments to five minutes or less.) This is an opportunity for members of the audience to bring to the Council’s attention any item not listed on the agenda. Comments are limited to five (5) minutes per citizen, and the City will notify citizens when their time has expired. Speakers may not yield their times to others, and as a general rule this is not a time for exchange of questions. The Mayor has the authority to reduce the time allowed for comment in accordance with the number of persons present and signed up to speak.

A. Proclamation for CROP Hunger Walk

B. Proclamation for Library Card Sign Up Week

C. Proclamation for National Clean Energy Week


A. Ordinance No. 1029 (2022/2023): An Ordinance Amending the Zoning Map of the City of Nevada, Iowa, by Rezoning the Property at 640 South 19th Street Outlot A from AR (Agricultural-Residential Reserve District) to R-4 (Multiple Family Dwelling District), second reading

B. Ordinance No. 1030 (2022/2023): An Ordinance amending provisions pertaining to Sewer User charges, Chapter 99, second reading

C. Approve Pay Request No. 15 for WWTF Improvements-Phase 2 from Williams Brothers Construction Inc. in the amount of $2,419,103.84

D. Approve Pay Request No. 7 for WWTF Improvements-Phase 3 from Boomerang Corp. in the amount of $40,873.75

E. Approve Pay Request No. 1 for WWTF Improvements-Phase 4 from OnTrack Construction, LLC in the amount of $998,897.20

F. Approve Pay Request No. 3 for the Fieldhouse from HPC LLC in the amount of $132,996.20

G. CDBG-CV MicroEnterprise Funding, Forgivable Loan Agreements
1. Resolution No. 034 (2022/2023): Feltner Properties
2. Resolution No. 035 (2022/2023): Great Plains Millwork
3. Resolution No. 036 (2022/2023): Sweet Dreams Mattress
4. Resolution No. 037 (2022/2023): Wild Roots Salon
5. Resolution No. 038 (2022/2023): Meyer Chiropractic
6. Resolution No. 039 (2022/2023): Thisday Photography


A. Resolution No. 040 (2022/2023): A Resolution to approve Minor Subdivision, ROSK Subdivision

B. Ordinance No. 1033 (2022/2023): An Ordinance amending Chapter 69, No parking, funeral parking

C. Neighborhood Improvement Incentive Program Application, Flummerfelt Homes, Sunridge Estates in the amount of $25,355

9. REPORTS – City Administrator/Mayor/Council/Staff
10. Discussion and Appropriate Follow up Regarding Dangerous Building, 536 4th Street
11. CLOSED SESSION: Closed Session pursuant to authority found in Iowa Code 21.5 (1) (c) to discuss strategy with counsel in matters that are presently in litigation or where litigation is imminent where its disclosure would be likely to prejudice or disadvantage the position of the governmental body in that litigation.

12. Discussion and appropriate follow-up on Closed Session pursuant to authority found in Iowa Code 21.5 (1) (c) to discuss strategy with counsel in matters that are presently in litigation or where litigation is imminent where its disclosure would be likely to prejudice or disadvantage the position of the governmental body in that litigation.


The agenda was posted on the official bulletin board on September 8, 2022, in compliance with the requirements of the open meetings law.

The event is finished.


Sep 12 2022


6:00 pm


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