NOTICE OF HEARING

City of Marion, Iowa

2021 FEMA Flood Insurance Study & FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map

That there is on file in the Office of City Clerk of Marion, Iowa for public inspection, a proposed Ordinance adopting amendment to Chapter 176 of the Code of Ordinances regarding Flood Hazard Area Regulations and adoption of the 2021 FEMA Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and the 2021 FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).

The Council will consider this request at a public hearing at their meeting on Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. This virtual meeting will be accessible through the City of Marion website at www.cityofmarion.org.

PLEASE NOTE: Interested persons may file written objections or comments prior to the public hearing or may be heard orally via electronic means at the time of the hearing. Please review the City of Marion website or contact the City Clerk at 319-743-6301 for more information on how to submit comments for this hearing.

Rachel Bolender, City Clerk

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

Public Hearing Notice

The Marion Water Department’s Board of Trustees will hold a Public Hearing on a proposal to increase the water rates for both Public Water Supply permits ID #5751035 (Marion customers) and ID #5751040 (Glenbrook Cove Subdivision area).

The increases are planned to go into effect on July 1, 2021. A Public Hearing on Zoom will be held at 4:00 PM, May 9, 2021. Go to www.cityofmarion.org for the agenda and Zoom meeting link. The rate increase is needed to pay down a $1.8 million loan for Well #7 and the installation of a new $2.9 million iron removal plant at Site #5. Residential customers on average will see a 5.4% or approximately $1.16 per month increase based on the amount of water consumed. Commercial water rates are proposed to increase 9.5%.

Written comments may be addressed to the Water Department General Manager, 3050 5th Avenue, Marion, IA 52302, and will be recognized during the hearing.

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

CITY OF MARION

April 20, 2021

The following minutes have not been approved by the City Council and any revisions, additions, or corrections thereto will appear in the next set of minutes to be published.

The City Council of the City of Marion, IA met in informal work session, 4/20/21, at 4:00 PM, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 1225 6th Avenue, with the following members present:

PRESENT: Grant Harper, Colette Atkins, Steve Jensen, Nicolas AbouAssaly, Will Brandt, Rene Gadelha, and Randy Strnad

ABSENT: None

Based on COVID-19 guidance from Linn County Public Health and the State of Iowa to limit the size of groups gathering, this meeting was held electronically. The agenda and City’s website provided instructions on how others could participate in the meeting.

Mayor AbouAssaly presided over the meeting.

Council discussed the agenda items for Thursday night’s meeting with no action taken.

Mayor AbouAssaly relinquished the gavel to Mayor Pro Tem Atkins at 5:40 p.m. Mayor Pro Tem Atkins presided over the meeting.

Council discussed the agenda items for Thursday night’s meeting with no action taken.

Mayor Pro Tem Atkins relinquished the gavel to Mayor AbouAssaly at 5:42 p.m. Mayor AbouAssaly presided over the meeting.

Council discussed the agenda items for Thursday night’s meeting with no action taken.

FY 21 Strategic Plan Quarterly Update – Q3

Budget Manager Zach Wolfe provided quarterly update re: the FY21 Strategic Plan. Wolfe went through each focus area and presented any updates completed as of March 2021. Council Member Jensen asked if the information that was shared is accessible by the public. Wolfe stated the reporting system is still being developed but could be accessible by the public if desired. Council Member Harper agreed it should be made available to the public.

Discussion Re: Stump Removals in the Right of Way

City Arborist Mike Cimprich stated there are 1500 stumps remaining in the public right-of-way. Cimprich stated staff is recommended to open a request for proposals to remove the stumps and restore grade and turf. Staff would like all stumps removed in less than two seasons. Interim Parks Director Seth Staashelm stated an item directing staff to proceed will be added to Thursday’s agenda. Mayor AbouAssaly asked where funding would come from. Staashelm stated Urban Forest could be utilitzed to pay for it over time or would seek American Rescue Plan cash. Mayor AbouAssaly also asked if residents can remove stump on their own. Cimprich stated they could but they would need to obtain a right-of-way permit at no cost. Mayor AbouAssaly asked how the sidewalk damaged by tree stumps will be handled. Staashelm stated that is a high priority and those will be evaluated differently. Staff will be meeting to see if that can be done internally or if those services will need to be contracted. Council Member Atkins confirmed that the anticipated total cost of this would be around $350,000. Staashelm confirmed. Council Member Atkins asked more about how the American Rescue Plan cash would work. City Manager Lon Pluckhahn stated it would be a reallocation of funds from one project to another. Council Member Strnad asked for stipulations be added that the contractor is committed to this so it is completed in a timely fashion. Cimprich stated the two priorities for which contractor is chosen would be quality of work and timeline.

Update Re: Armar Drive Condemnation Appeal

City Engineer Mike Barkalow provided history and current status of the condemnation proceedings related to the Armar Drive property.

The meeting adjourned at 6:46 p.m.

Rachel Bolender, City Clerk

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

CITY OF MARION

April 22, 2021

The following minutes have not been approved by the City Council and any revisions, additions, or corrections thereto will appear in the next set of minutes to be published.

The following were approved. If voting nay, noted:

The City Council of the City of Marion, Linn County, Iowa met in regular session, on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 5:30 PM, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 1225 6th Ave., with the following members present:

PRESENT: Grant Harper, Colette Atkins, Steve Jensen, Nicolas AbouAssaly, Rene Gadelha, and Randy Strnad

ABSENT: Will Brandt

Based on COVID-19 guidance from Linn County Public Health and the State of Iowa to limit the size of groups gathering, this meeting was held electronically. The agenda and City’s website provided instructions on how others could participate in the meeting.

Mayor AbouAssaly presided over the meeting.

The meeting opened with the pledge of allegiance and Council observed a moment of silence.

Proclamation — Mayors’ Monarch Pledge Day (April 22, 2021)

Mayor AbouAssaly read and presented the proclamation referenced above to Interim Parks Dir. Seth Staashelm with the Marion Parks Department. Staashelm spoke re: the Monarch Research Center Initiative.

Proclamation — Arbor Day (April 30, 2021)

Mayor AbouAssaly read and presented the proclamation referenced above to Interim Parks Dir. Seth Staashelm with the Marion Parks Department. Staashelm spoke about the recent tree programs and planting efforts in Marion. Mayor AbouAssaly recognized City Arborist Mike Cimprich and the Parks Department for all their work.

Minutes of the April 6 and 8, 2021 City Council meetings.

Receive and file March 2021 Department Monthly Reports

Receive and file correspondence from Matt Arenholz re: resignation from Planning and Zoning Commission.

Receive and file correspondence re: Janessa Carr’s resignation from the Community Equity Task Force.

Mayoral appointments to Community Equity Task Force:

• Marion Alliance for Racial Equity Representative — Circe Stumbo

Motion to change the date of the Tuesday, November 2, 2021 council meeting to Monday, November 1, 2021 due to City Hall being designated as a polling location for the 2021 City/School Election.

Payments as presented in the amount of $2,564,549.88

Res. 29437 adopting final assessment schedule for Fiscal Year 2021 Quarter 4 Delinquent Fees and Confirming and Levying the Assessments.

Res. 29438 approving partial pmt. to Wells Fargo for legal fees in connection with closing on Derecho disaster recovery credit facility in the amount of $25,000.

Motion to receive and file the quarterly finance report for the quarter ending March 31, 2021.

Res. 29439 setting a public hearing for May 20, 2021 re: the proposed adoption of a fiscal year 2020-2021 budget amendment

Res. 29440 approving pmt. to Miron Construction Co, Inc. for structural damage repairs to the police station from the 2020 Derecho Storm in the amount of $86,455.

Res. 29441 approving pmt. to Heartland Roofing, Siding, and Windows, LLC for Derecho related roof repairs to the Thomas Park Restroom in the amount of $5,250.

Res. 29442 approving pmt. to Heartland Roofing, Siding, and Windows, LLC for Derecho related roof repairs to the Willowood Pool Bathhouse in the amount of $17,700.00.

Res. 29443 approving pmt. to Heartland Roofing, Siding, and Windows, LLC for Derecho related roof repairs to the Willowood Pool Pumphouse in the amount of $7,600.00.

Res. 29444 approving Partial Pmt. No. 18 to Christner Contracting Inc. re: the 2019 Fire Station Project in the amount of $1,191,641.46.

Motion to receive and file letter from the Iowa Department of Transportation re: their projects on Iowa 100 & Highway 151.

Res. 29445 approving Rookwood Estates 3rd and 4th Addition Final Site Development Plan for property east of Highway 13 and south of Fernow Road, Marion, Iowa. (Rookwood Estates, LLC)

Res. 29446 approving pmt. no. 5 to Universal Field Services, Inc for services associated with the 10th Ave. Sidepaths project in the amount of $750.72.

Res. 29447 approving pmt. in the amount of $7,500.00 to Rally Appraisal, LLC for appraisal reportassociated with the Indian Creek Trail project.

Res. 29448 approving pmt. no. 10 to HDR Engineering, Inc for engineering services associated with the 10th Ave. Sidepaths project in the amount of $1,739.20.

Mayor AbouAssaly relinquished the gavel to Mayor Pro Tem Atkins at 5:40 p.m. Mayor Pro Tem Atkins presided over the meeting.

Res. 29449 approving contract change order no. 5 with Mid-States Concrete Industry re: the Precast Concrete Package for the Public Services Maintenance Facility in the amount of $131,400.00

Res. 29450 approving partial pmt. No. 6 to Mid-States Concrete re: the Precast Concrete Package for the Public Service Maintenance Facility in the amount of $131,400.00

Res. 29451 approving partial pmt. no. 8 to Wendling Quarries, Inc. for final disposition of storm debris in the amount of $461,171.72.

Res. 29452 approving Partial Pmt. No. 1 to Point Builders for Derecho related repairs to the Depot in City Square Park in the amount of $ 45,045.90.

Res. 29453 accepting public improvements associated with Kwik Star to the City of Marion. (Kwik Trip #589; 962 62nd St.)

Consent Agenda with Mayor AbouAssaly’s abstention as shown above.

Approved by the following votes: Ayes: Harper, Atkins, Jensen, Gadelha, and Strnad. Abstained AbouAssaly

Mayor Pro Tem Atkins relinquished the gavel to Mayor AbouAssaly at 5:41 p.m. Mayor AbouAssaly presided over the meeting.

Res. 29454 approving employment agr. with Seth Staashelm as Parks Dir.

Res. 29455 approving contract with Marion Chamber of Commerce/Uptown Marion — A Main St. Iowa District re: business liaison services during 7th Ave. Streetscape Improvement Project.

Res. 29456 amending Tidal Basin Government Consultants Task Order No. 1 to extend order timeline to December 31, 2021

Res. 29457 approving Memorandum of Understanding with Community Housing Initiatives, Inc. re: tax increment financing (TIF) incentive for the development of senior housing apartments.

Res. 29458 approving 36 month agr. with Marco Technologies, LLC in the amount of $429,469.76.

Res. 29459 amending the non-bargaining pay schedule to adjust the salary range for Assistant to the City Manager and to include the addition of City Attorney.

Res. 29460 approving Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Capital Budget Transfers totaling $277,985.33

Res. 29461 approving revised Investment Policy

Motion directing staff to solicit proposals for assistance in the development of a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Banking and Investment Services.

Ord. 21-05 Amending Ch. 77 of the Code of Ordinances Relating to Bicycle Licensing (second consideration)

Res. 29462 approving purchase of a Revolve Air fill station and air compressor from Municipal Emergency Services (MES) in the amount of $48,633.15

Ord. 21-08 amending Ch. 50.02(15) and Ch. 141.03 relating to removal of snow, ice and accumulations. (Initial consideration)

Motion directing staff to solicit Request for Proposals (RFP) re: City right-of-way tree stump removal and restoration.

Public Hearing re: the 2021 Central Corridor 7th Ave. from 8th St. to 12th St. Pavement Reconstruction and Streetscaping Project. Mayor AbouAssaly opened the public hearing re: item referenced above. City Engineer Mike Barkalow provided a staff report. No comments were received. Mayor AbouAssaly declared the public hearing closed.

Res. 29463 accepting bids and awarding contract to Rathje Construction Company re: the 2021 Central Corridor 7th Ave. from 8th St. to 12th St. Pavement Reconstruction and Streetscaping Project in the amount of $6,898,626.31

Moved by Gadelha, seconded by Jensen, to approve Res. 29463. Council Member Jensen asked how soon after contract is approved will milestones be released. City Engineer Mike Barkalow stated after the pre-construction meeting staff will make as much information public as they can.

Approved unanimously

Res. 29464 setting a public hearing for May 6, 2021 re: an amendment to Ch. 176 of the Code of Ordinances re: Flood Hazard Area Regulations and adoption of the 2021 FEMA Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and the 2021 FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).

Motion directing staff to include the cumulative substantial damage definition to Ordinance 176 of the Code of Ordinances re: Flood Hazard Area Regulations. City Engineer Mike Barkalow stated there are only six repetitive loss structures in the City and five of which are located outside of special flood hazard area. Council can delay this item if more information is needed. Moved by Harper, seconded by Atkins to table the item referenced above. Council Member Jensen asked what delaying this item will accomplish. Barkalow stated he could request property owner information from FEMA and notify the owners to give them an opportunity to provide input to Council. Barkalow stated it does not impact the maps we are adopting now and can be addressed at a later date. Council Member Harper asked if the adoption of new flood maps have any impact on the City’s consideration of cumulative substantial definition adoption or is that only for repetitive loss property owners. Barkalow stated it is only for repetitive loss property owners and the DNR confirmed it only looks at loss from point of ordinance adoption going forward. Tabled unanimously

Motion directing staff to implement no parking regulations for all City Streets to only one side where they currently allow on both sides.

Res. 29465 authorizing the submittal of an application for Traffic Safety Improvement Program (TSIP) funding for the intersection of Highway 100 and East Post Road to reconfigure the existing intersection with additional left and right turn lanes and to upgrade the existing signal for the new turn lanes, as well as a queue detection warning system for the westbound traffic at East Post Road.

Res. 29466 approving Change Order 001 with Pipe Pro re: the Marion Library Building Project BP22A Plumbing and 23A HVAC re: a change in sinks in an amount of $9,766.50.

Res. 29467 approving Change Order No. 9 with Christner Contracting Inc. re: the 2019 Fire Station Project re: North Side Dirt, Delete Gas Lines, Fire Dampers and Generator Fuel in an amount of $40,930.54.

Res. 29468 approving Master Short Form Agr. for Professional Services agr. with HDR.

Mayor AbouAssaly relinquished the gavel to Mayor Pro Tem Atkins at 6:11 p.m. Mayor Pro Tem Atkins presided over the meeting.

Res. 29469 authorizing the execution and submittal of a grant application to the IDOT re: funding for the Marion Airport to bury the overhead power lines on the Runway 17 approach and for the installation of PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator). Approved by the following votes: Ayes: Harper, Jensen, Atkins, Gadelha, and Strnad; Abstained: AbouAssaly

Mayor Pro Tem Atkins relinquished the gavel to Mayor AbouAssaly at 6:12 p.m. Mayor AbouAssaly presided over the meeting.

Ord. 21-06 amending to Ch. 176 related to the operation and design requirements for mini-warehouses within the B-R, Business Regional, M-1, Light Manufacturing and M-2, General Manufacturing zoning districts. (Second Consideration)

Ord. 21-07 amending Ch. 176.50, Central Corridor Zoning Districts. (Second Consideration)

Res. 29470 approving Barnes First Addition Final Plat and Memorandum of Agr. for property located west of 35th St. and north of 5th Ave., Marion, Iowa. (Tom Barnes)

Res. 29471 approving scope of work and contract for completion of the East Marion Subarea Plan with RDG Planning and Design in an amount not to exceed $19,000.

Res. 29472 approving contract with Biblo Shelving for Library Furniture in the amount of $291,934.22

Res. 29473 approving purchase of the Mobile Library for the Marion Public Library in the amount of $297,468.00 with the vendor Summit Bodyworks.

Res. 29474 approving contract with Library Furniture International (LFI) for Library Furniture in the amount of $437,213.00

Council Member Jensen stated vaccination supply is exceeding the demand which is concerning. He encouraged everyone to get vaccinated.

Council Member Harper thanked the Marion Parks Department for their response during the Derecho and the work they continue to do to help restore the trees in the City.

Mayor AbouAssaly stated there was a ceremonial tree planting earlier today in Marion to celebrate Earth Day. He thanked Parks Dir. Seth Staashelm and City Arborist Mike Cimprich and their team for always looking at ways to partner with area agencies. Mayor AbouAssaly stated he is looking forward to the day when all the community events can start up again and people can attend safely. Mayor AbouAssaly also congratulated Seth Staashelm for his promotion to Parks Dir. Mayor AbouAssaly also recognized Amber Bisinger for all her work with the State of the City presentation and annual report.

Motion to adjourn to closed session re: land acquisition as permitted under Section 21.5(1)(j) of the Code of Iowa.

Moved by Jensen, seconded by Atkins, to adjourn to closed session as stated above. City Attorney Kara Bullerman stated that she has reviewed the subject matter to be discussed and found it to be an appropriate topic for closed session. A roll call vote was taken. Approved unanimously

Moved by Jensen, seconded by Atkins, to reconvene to regular session.

Approved unanimously

The meeting adjourned at 6:50 p.m.

Rachel Bolender, City Clerk

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

CITY OF MARION

Payments for Publication April 22, 2021

Vendor Name Invoice Description Payment Amount

Access Systems Copier Contract — Base Rate Charge April 2021 $39.00

Advance Auto Parts Fuel, transmission, oil, pump filters, couplers, clamps $275.45

Airgas USA LLC Cylinder Rental, welding gas $796.39

All Seasons Cleaning Management Janitorial Services $3,641.50

Alliant Energy Electric Usage $10,932.50

Altorfer Inc Keys $11.68

Amazon Capital Services, Inc Whiteboard, books, printer ink, keyboard & mouse $1,003.49

Aramark Uniform Services Allied Rugs & Supplies, uniform laundry $1,323.17

Arnold Motor Supply LLP Filters $67.69

Automated Merchant Systems, LLC eSuites credit card merchant fees $0.70

AXA Equitable AXA Equitable Deferred Comp $1,176.00

Balloons Etc Welcome Back Balloons $27.00

Barnd Electric Electrical repairs $879.50

Bound Tree Medical LLC Splints, infuser, cylinder, medic bags $1,632.92

Brodart Co Children’s Library Materials $214.51

CarQuest Auto Parts Rear wiper, fuel filters, bulbs, headlights, oil $263.70

Carve R Way Taube Park Sculpture $1,200.00

CDW Government Acrobat Pro, laptops & warranty $3,764.78

Cedar Graphics Printing of Annual Report $5,626.00

CenturyLink Phone Service $1,420.84

Christner Contracting, Inc Derecho loss repairs, Fire Station project $1,289,812.26

City of Cedar Rapids O & M charges, city bus service, library services $413,290.51

Collection Services Center Garnishments $3,093.05

Cowger, Kimberly Mileage reimbursement for library business $21.78

CR/LC Solid Waste Agency Trash fees $40,375.43

Crowbar’s Ltd Hydro hose $76.71

Cruisers Wash Inc Car washes $72.00

Cummins Central Power LLC Seal kits, sealant, dust shield, crank seal $385.72

Custom Hose and Supplies Inc Couplings, connectors, hoses $90.74

Day Rettig Martin PC Traffic Court Prosecutions $2,995.25

Display Sales Flag pole straps $692.00

DLT Solutions, LLC AutoCad Annual Renewal $4,898.40

Eagle Wireless Communications Public service monthly service $215.60

Eltahir, Amal IMMI Conference $326.50

Emery, Sally Replacement Shrub reimbursement $39.58

Enneking Plumbing & Heating Inc Cleaned sink drain $80.00

Evans, Sonia IMFOA Spring Conference $30.50

Farmers State Bank Registrations, permit, dues, headsets, law books, cables $8,621.47

Federal IRS Federal taxes $126,429.08

Findaway World LLC Playaways-Audio Materials $593.82

First Class Cleaning Janitorial Service $1,755.00

Foundation 2, Inc Liaison Fee $5,416.66

Gallagher, Jordan Identifying Criminal Vehicles training $18.33

Goodwin Law Office PC Armar Drive — Rausch Family Matter $46.25

Graybill Communications Quarterly alarm monitoring $81.00

GRP & Associates, Inc Waste Containers $57.00

GTA Consulting LLC Cultural Immersion Workshop registration $25.00

Hansen, Gary Mileage reimbursement for inspections $45.92

Hawkeye Ready Mix Inc Concrete — 6th Ave & 10th St $128.75

HDR Engineering Engineering Services $1,739.20

Health Solutions, LLC Health & Wellness Tech Tools & Intervention Coaching $976.90

Heartland Roofing, Siding & Window Roof Repairs due to Derecho $30,550.00

Henderson Truck Equipment Chain, link, cylinders, cables $2,475.42

Henry, Troy Grave openings $850.00

Home Depot Repair materials for dugouts $694.19

Home Town Restyling Permit Refund $76.80

Hy-Vee Inc Per Diem for Police Academy $2,018.50

ICMA Membership Annual Membership dues $1,600.00

ICMA Retirement Trust 457 ICMA Deferred Comp $6,141.96

ImOn Communications LLC Internet and Phone Services $1,201.35

Ingram Library Services Adult & young adult Library Materials $2,096.67

Interstate All Battery Center Flow meter batteries $887.95

Interstate Power Systems Wiring harness, gasket kit, sump kit $398.47

Involta Compliant Cloud, CPI Increase, Backup Services $11,336.59

Iowa D.A.R.E. Association Annual Dues $200.00

Iowa Department of Public Safety Volunteer Fire Chiefs Workshop, terminal billing $4,627.00

Iowa Department of Transportation Federal Aid 101 Overview $70.00

Iowa Fire Marshals Association Membership Dues $50.00

Iowa Municipalities Workers’ Comp Quarterly fee, worker’s comp payments $32,086.81

Iowa Prison Industries Irish Drive Mast Arm $1,183.80

Iowa State University Annual Maintenance & Management Services $1,500.00

IWI Motor Parts Battery & core, sealer, sensor, rotor $595.60

Kanopy LLC Kanopy Pay Per Use Videos — library media $472.00

Kara Lea Dorman Bullerman Legal Services $7,629.88

Kelsey Hammer Productions, LLC Video Production — masks, equity, derecho, growth $11,600.00

Kirkwood Community College Advanced Cardiac Life Support Class $90.00

Koch Office Group Copier Rental Fees and Service $3,465.30

Life Time Fence Company Inc Fence Replacement — Derecho Damage $6,695.00

Linn County Recording Fee: Partial Release Agreement $12.00

Linn County Rural Electric Co-op Electric Usage, electrical hookup $2,236.80

Lynch Dallas PC Legal Services $1,551.00

M S Tools Inc O-rings & clips $6.00

M.S. Foster & Associates Inc Wing plow guidance laser $5,083.35

Marion Economic Development Co Bi-Annual Economic Development Investment $52,500.00

Marion Iron Co Cutting edge $77.35

Marion Janitorial Supply Co Janitorial Supplies $972.31

Marion Public Library Foundation Library Capital Campaign donations $44.00

Marion Water Department Utility Billing Reimbursements, Locates & Fiber Lease $16,212.85

Martin Equipment — Cedar Rapids Labor for repairs, plow cylinder $4,159.40

Martin Gardner Architecture PC Derecho-Depot Repairs Design $280.50

McKenzie, Brian CPA Exam & License Reimbursement $733.39

Menards Batteries, bins, chalk, evidence, bulbs, straps, saw $3,327.63

Mercy Medical Center Employee Physicals & screening $1,683.00

MidAmerican Energy Gas Usage $333.61

Mid-Iowa Solid Waste Equipment Sweeper repairs & sweeper rental $12,661.68

Midway Outdoor Equipment Inc Trimmer oil $120.48

Midwest Tape DVDs, audiobooks, ebooks, music $3,848.53

Midwest Wheel Companies Brake drums, clamps, bulbs, clutch, antifreeze $1,984.88

Miron Construction Co, Inc Replace Damaged Metal Panels $86,455.00

Moellers, Lara Mileage reimbursement for library business $16.86

Mullnix, Candice refund Spring Football, less admin fee, for Bryson $23.00

Office Express Bank Boxes, paper, organizer, labels, folders, hooks $516.24

OPG-3 Inc Annual Laserfiche License $16,965.00

OPN Architects Professional Services — Fire HQ $13,315.58

O’Reilly Auto Parts Locking pins, oil dry, belt, coolant, antifreeze, clamps $424.99

Packingham, Rita IMFOA Spring Conference $188.42

Payment Service Network Merchant Fees $2,667.36

Pepsi-Cola Lowe Park Concessions $1,185.16

Peterson Contractors, Inc CeMar Trail: Bridge Demo at Marion Blvd $9,293.83

Petty Cash Breakfast with the Bunny, cash drawer for concession $1,220.00

Philips Diamond Shop Retirement Plaques $80.00

Pickering, Janet & Mitch Permit Refund $112.00

Pluckhahn, Lon IMMI Conference $278.60

Presto-X Pest control services $88.00

Quality Auto Rebuilders Inc Repair Derecho Damage — Police Interceptor $4,479.78

Rally Appraisal, LLC Appraisal report — Tower Terrace and Indian Creek $7,500.00

Rausch, Trustee of the, Phyllis M. Rausch Property — Condemnation Determination $82,900.00

Rexco Equipment Inc Pivot kit, sweeper repair $1,024.97

Sadler Power Train Steering gear, springs, pins, spring hanger, trailer $1,504.42

Sandry Fire Supply LLC O-Ring $7.00

Satellite Shelters, Inc Office trailer rental $550.00

Schumacher Elevator Company Quarterly Elevator Maintenance $365.55

ServiceMaster Recovery Mitigation services — Library Building — Derecho $88,539.01

Sherwin Williams Co Field paint $295.40

Summit Companies Extinguisher Recharge $107.50

Tegeler Auto Inc Tow fee $300.00

The Gazette Forfeiture Ad, publication for bid $31.96

Titan Machinery Bolts, edge kit, compressor, handles, glass $2,705.27

Truck Country of Iowa Motor assembly, air shaft, ventilation door, gaskets $328.84

Tyler Technologies BridgePay Integration with New World for E-Suites $1,120.00

U.S. Bank Loan payments $57,046.77

Unique Management Services Inc March Placements $89.50

Universal Field Services Inc Services for 10th Ave Sidepath Easements $750.72

Verizon Wireless Cellular Charges $6,002.50

Walmart Community Egg Hunt, Brkfst w/Bunny, Spring Break Camp $537.08

Wendling Quarries Inc Rock for Legion storage area $225.41

Wex Bank Fuel & Rebate $63.73

Windstream Communications, LLC Fax line 1st floor $95.15

Total Approved $2,564,549.88

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

MARION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

Minutes –Meeting of THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Monday, April 12, 2021 – 6:00 PM

This Meeting was held electronically as per Iowa Code 21.8

due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

1. Call to Order

Meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Shari Funck. Present: Denise Allison, Jon Fitch, Shari Funck, Bill Huntoon, Carl Lantermans, David Law, and Diana Zrudsky. Also Present: Superintendent Janelle Brouwer and Board Secretary Christie VanWey.

2. Approval of Agenda

Motion by Jon Fitch, second by David Law to approve the agenda. Carried 7-0.

3. Public Hearing for the 2020-21 Budget Amendment

President Funck opened the public hearing at 6:02 p.m., no comments were heard. The hearing was closed at 6:03 p.m.

4. Public Hearing for the 2021-22 Budget Amendment

President Funck opened the public hearing at 6:03 p.m., no comments were heard. The hearing was closed at 6:04 p.m.

5. Public Comment

Five individuals spoke regarding the continuation or discontinuation of Mavericks as our mascot.

6. Consent Agenda

Motion by David Law, second by Carl Lantermans to approve the consent agenda, including March 22nd meeting minutes, appointments and resignations attached, Accounts Payable, Fundraisers (Football, Wrestling), and the Luther College 2021-22 Student teacher agreement. Carried by roll call vote 7-0.

7. Administrator Reports

Mr. Murphy shared that FMI is preparing for ISASP testing. The teachers and parents have found holding conferences virtually to be beneficial and may continue to provide this option. OPN was in to tour FMI in preparation for renovations.

Mr. Cochran shared that Vernon is also preparing for ISASP testing, there are several other testing options going on at this time as well, so they have decided to delay the conditions for learning survey a few weeks. The VMS choir will hold a live concert on May 10th and the ban will perform an outdoor concert at Lowe Park on June 2nd.

Mrs. VanWey explained several documents regarding bonding will be coming to the board review. Two documents they have reviewed are the Material Events and Issuer Disclosure documents.

The board highlighted several things happening in the district. Excited to be able to hold the Prom for this year. Also track meets are able to use our track despite Derecho damage.

8. Action Items

Motion by Bill Huntoon, second by Denise Allison to approve the 2020-21 Budget Amendment due to COVID and Derecho related expenditures. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Carl Lantermans, second by David Law to approve the 2021-22 Certified Budget as published. Carried 7-0

Motion by Jon Fitch, second by Diana Zrudsky to approve the Budget Guarantee Resolution for the 2021-22 Budget. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Jon Fitch, second by David Law to approve the Financial Services Agreement with Piper Sandler regarding the 2021 General Obligation Bonds. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Carl Lantermans, second by Denise Allison to approve Piper Sandler Agreement to serves as Dissemination Agent for Secondary Market Disclosure Requirement for the 2021 GO Bonds. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Bill Huntoon, second by Jon Fitch to approve Crawford Company as low bid at $298,500 for the Gold Gym/Science Wing HVAC project. Carried 7-0.

Motion by David Law, second by Bill Huntoon to approve the proficiency standards for concurrent enrollment through Kirkwood Community College. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Jon Fitch, second by David Law to deny open enrollment as presented due to late filing without good cause. Carried 7-0.

Motion by Jon Fitch, second by Carl Lantermans to continue use of the team name/mascot, Marion Mavericks, as previously approved during the February 22, 2021 Board meeting.

Motion by Bill Huntoon, second by David Law to amend the motion to state Discontinue use of the team/mascot, Marion Mavericks. Carried 5-2 Nay: Jon Fitch and Carl Lantermans.

Motion to Discontinue use of the Marion Mavericks as the team name/mascot as previously approved. Carried 5-2. Nay: Jon Fitch and Carl Lantermans.

Motion by David Law, second by Bill Huntoon to discontinue the agreement with VIP Branding, Varsity and BSN for the rebranding process.

Motion by Bill Huntoon, second by Jon Fitch to amend the motion to state Continue the agreement with VIP Branding, Varsity and BSN for the rebranding process. Carried 7-0.

Motion to Continue the agreement with VIP Branding, Varsity and BSN for the rebranding process. Carried 7-0.

9. Discussion

The board discussed next steps. Recommendation from the board was to restart the process, review the committee members for diversity and requested VIP present at the April 26th board meeting.

Bill Huntoon adjourned at 7:45 p.m., David Law seconded.

Christie VanWey, Board Secretary

Shari Funck, Board President

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

LINN COUNTY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

CEDAR RAPIDS,

LINN COUNTY, IOWA

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2021 11:00 A.M.

(These are the minutes in their entirety. Archived minutes can be found at www.linncounty.org).

The Board met in session at the Linn County Jean Oxley Public Service Center. Present: Chairperson Walker, Vice Chairperson Rogers and Supervisor Zumbach. Board members voting “AYE” unless otherwise noted.

Chairperson Walker called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve consent agenda as follows:

Resolution 2021-4-46 A Resolution approving a Temporary Use Permit.

The following description is a summary of Resolution No. as passed and approved by Linn County Board of Supervisors, effective April 14, 2021.

Bass Family Farms, LLC, owner; Charlene Allaire, petitioner, Case JTU21-0002, has requested the Linn County Board of Supervisors’ permission to hold the “Eastern Iowa Pet Expo,” an outdoor event located at 835 & 840 Bass Lane, Mount Vernon, Iowa, on May 1, 2021. The full text of the Resolution may be inspected in the Linn County Auditor’s Office located at 935 Second Street SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or on the Linn County website at www.linncounty.org.

Approve and authorize Chair to sign the Mental Health Access Center construction Change Order Number 5 in the amount of $10,121.73

Approve and authorize Chair to sign the Community Services Building TI remodel project Change Order Number 2 in the amount of $13,611 with Sheets Design Build

Authorize Linn County Board of Supervisors Chair, to electronically sign Contract #5882HC08 between the Iowa Department of Public Health and Linn County Community Services/Ryan White Program authorizing total contract amount for $749,874.00 in funding for contract year April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022 for HIV Client Services Program.

Approve and authorize Chair to sign Law Enforcement Services contracts for law enforcement protection provided by the Linn County Sheriff’s Office at a rate of $38 per hour for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 as follows: Alburnett--43 hours/month, Bertram--6 hours/week, Center Point--21 hours/week, Central City--21 hours/week, Coggon--40 hours/month, Ely--25 hours/week, Fairfax--18 hours/week, Palo—87 hours/month, Prairieburg--9 hours/month, Springville--80 hours/month, Walford--20 hours/week, Walker--14 hours/week.

Approve purchase order #PO77 for Telespar sign posts from Xcessories Squared in the amount of $9,488.00 for the Secondary Road Department.

Motion by Walker, seconded by Rogers to approve minutes of April 12 & 13, 2021 as printed.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach, to approve Claims for AP Checks #71001995-#71002063 in the amt. of $168,046.64; AP ACH in the amt. of $827,264.62; payment to Kim Honn (no receipt) in the amt. of $12.91; and payment for Health Dept. car wash (no receipt) in the amt. of $10.00.

Chairperson Walker read the following Proclamation: Workers’ Memorial Day – April 28, 2021.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve Proclamation: Workers’ Memorial Day – April 28, 2021.

Discussion: Chairperson Walker, every year labor holds a celebration of life of individuals whose lives were lost while at work.

VOTE: All Aye

Tricia Kitzmann, Public Health, presented the following update on Linn County’s response to COVID-19:

• CDC has recommended a pause in the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to blood clots.

• 4,810 prime doses were received this week and 6,480 will be allocated for next week.

• A 24 hr. Community Clinic will be held this weekend at the Doubletree and various targeted clinics have also been planned.

• Approximately 49.5% of eligible (16 and older) Linn County residents have started the vaccination process.

• Linn County is stable with hospitalizations and there is no information if they are linked to the variant strains in the community.

Chairperson Walker extended his thanks to Public Health for addressing the vulnerable communities in Linn County. He was also asked by the Public Health Dir. if the Board wanted to continue with these weekly updates.

Supervisor Rogers also stated how proud he was of the Public Health Dept. for reaching out to vulnerable populations in Linn County. He also asked for an explanation of how HERD immunity is determined.

Kitzmann responded that it is estimated with COVID-19 that HERD immunity is achieved with 70-80% vaccinated of the total population.

The Board agreed to continue to receive the written report from Public Health and they keep the item on the agenda with a Public Health member available if there are questions or any significant developments.

Alicia Sachtjen, County Assessor Office, presented the 2021 Slough Bill exemptions.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve 2021 Slough Bill exemptions.

Discussion: Supervisor Rogers asked if there is a cap on the number of acres that can be exempted and Sachtjen indicated 3,000 acres.

VOTE: All Aye.

Charlie Nichols, Planning & Development Dir., stated that he has received no additional comments regarding the following proposed ordinance amendment.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve upon second consideration an ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances, Linn County, Iowa by amending provisions in Chapter 107, Unified Development Code to allow day cares and preschools as accessory uses to nature centers.

Public Comment: Carolyn Peterson, Cedar Rapids, asked that the COVID 19 Public Health report submitted to the Board weekly be made a public record.

The Board agreed to list the report on the agenda and hyperlinked for the public to review. The report will also be a part of the minutes and published as a part of the minutes.

Board Member Reports – Supervisor Rogers participated in the weekly COVID 19 phone call with stakeholders (will now be held on an as needed basis); participated in weekly call regarding homelessness (still using overflow shelter at Fillmore); participated in the weekly reopening government call (Marion and Cedar Rapids opening pools in June).

Supervisor Zumbach stated that the majority of phone calls and emails relate to roads and derecho cleanup.

Chairperson Walker attended a zoom meeting with a teacher at Mt. Vernon High School whose mission is to educate students of racial inequities and civil rights; will be talking to students at Georgetown Univ.; will be meeting with individuals from different community groups interested in resiliency hubs; meals on wheels funding challenges; and overflow meeting on Friday.

The Board received and placed on file the following correspondence:

Letters from the Iowa Dept. of Cultural Affairs re: Wickiup Hill Mounds to be considered on the National Historic Registers; invitation to Matthew 25 event; notice of thanks from Riverview center; Cedar Rapids proposed and annexation; and an email from Robin Kash and response from Sheriff Gardner re: Handguns and Tasers.

Chairperson Walker read the email from Robyn Kash and Sheriff Gardner’s response and submitted as a public record because of a high profile case in a neighboring state where a 20 yr. old black civilian was shot and killed by a police officer with the excuse that she was confused between a Taser and a handgun.

Adjournment at 11:52 a.m.

Respectfully submitted,

JOEL D. MILLER, Linn County Auditor

By: Rebecca Shoop, Deputy Auditor

Approved by:

STACEY WALKER, Chairperson

Board of Supervisors

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

LINN COUNTY

NEWSPAPER REPORT

FOR 4-8-2021 THROUGH 4-14-2021

Vendor Description Total

A&TM PROPERTIES LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $850.00

ADCRAFT PRINTING CO INC ENVELOPES $588.00

PRINTING SERVICES $1,030.00

ADVANTAGE ARCHIVES LLC SCAN IMAGES $1,501.26

AFFORDABLE HOUSING NETWORK GENERAL ASSISTANCE $165.00

AGING SERVICES INC MARCH 2021 SUPPORT LC WITWER $1,576.75

AHLERS & COONEY PC TORT LIABILITY $6,865.00

TORTE LIABILITY $6,114.00

ALAN BENNETT PER DIEM MEAL/TASER INSTR. $16.00

ALICIA GERBER LMHC LLC HEALTH ASSISTANCE $417.00

ALL HEART STAFFING INC OPTIONS NURSING SRVS 3/29/21-04/02/21 $630.00

ALL-AMERICAN HOLDINGS GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

ALLENDORF, NICHOLAS W GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

ALLIANT UTILITIES LINN COUNTY UTILITIES $2,820.19

LINN COUTNY UTILITIES $460.05

UTILITIES ASSISTANCE $1,916.17

AMERICAN TOWER INVESTMENTS LLC 911 SOUTH TOWER RENT 4/21 $7,001.94

AMERICAN VALUATION GROUP INC APPRAISAL RETAINER — LINDALE MALL $15,000.00

ANDE HENDRICKS FITNESS JAN-MAR 2021 $60.00

ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO DAIRY/APRIL $1,148.56

FOOD & PROVISIONS $122.20

APPLEBY & HORN TILE CO INC CH LAW LIBRARY, PREP FLOOR & IINSTALL NEW CARPET $3,871.65

AQUA TECHNOLOGIES OF IOWA LLC MONTHLY SERVICE AGREEMENT FOR TESTING WATER-MARCH 2021 $1,247.00

AT&T MOBILITY PHONE SERVICE $41.27

BAILEY, MERIL GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

BALANCED FITNESS & HEALTH LLC WC SELF INSURANCE $1,366.00

BALI HAI ESTATES GENERAL ASSISTANCE $395.00

BARBOUR, ALISA R GENERAL ASSISTANCE $234.00

BAYCOM INC EQUIPMENT $1,480.00

BENTON COUNTY SERVICE FEES OF JUVENILE DOCUMENTS $37.96

BIG 10 MART CST#448 CAR WASH EXP 03/21 $77.00

BLACK HAWK COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE FEES OF JUVENILE DOCUMENTS $47.17

BRADLEY, ROBERT C GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

BRAKSIEK ROBERT MD PC MARCH 2021 CONTRACT JDC MEDICAL DIRECTOR $2,210.25

BROOKE ARP PLC HEALTH ASSISTANCE $100.00

C & R PROPERTIES LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

C J COOPER & ASSOCIATES INC D.O.T. CLEARINGHOUSE $10.00

DRUG SCREENS $700.00

CALEB BULLARD PER DIEM MEALS/DRONE $192.50

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY — CEDAR RAPIDS CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES $165.15

CAROL SEEHUSEN PHD LMHC LCC WC SELF INSURANCE $319.35

CARSON REPORTING INC DEPOSITIONS $209.00

CARVE R WAY ANIMAL SCENE SCULPTURE IN PLAYSCAPE $2,650.00

CEDAR RAPIDS CITY OF FUEL $18,448.02

CEDAR RAPIDS MUNICIPAL UTILITIES UTILITIES ASSISTANCE $542.42

CEDAR RAPIDS PHOTO COPY INC COPIER FEES/LEASE $1,562.89

CENTER POINT CITY OF WATER/SEWER — CENTER POINT DEPOT 3/1-4/1 $62.30

CENTRAL CITY CITY OF PUMPHOUSE — PRP 3/2-4/1 $14.80

CENTRAL IOWA JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER LINN JUVENILE DETENTION/SHELTER 02/13/21-02/15/21 $750.00

CENTURY LAUNDRY DISTRIBUTING INC LINNCOJA/WASHER REPAIR $759.70

CENTURY LINK COMMUNICATIONS LLC 911 CELL PHONES $170.52

ED CELL PHONE $53.27

LOCAL EMA & DAEC $460.57

CHAE, SENA CLINIC REFUND $229.00

CITY LAUNDERING CO LAUNDERING $257.00

CLIA LABORATORY PROGRAM REGULAR CERT FEES $180.00

COGGON MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT LINN COUNTY UTILITIES $130.80

COLLECTIVE DATA DATA SOFTWARE $3,942.00

COLLEGE PARK NEUROPSYCHOLOGY PLLC WC SELF INSURANCE $188.99

COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING AMX SYSTEM CAMERA CONTROL TOUCH SCREEN MONITOR $1,757.00

COMMUNITY COLLABORATION CONSULTING MCC PROJECT $17,950.00

CORRIDOR CAREERS JOB POSTINGS $350.00

COTT SYSTEMS INC IMAGING SERVICES $2,160.00

MICROFILM CREATION $1,323.60

MONTHLY RESOLUTION 3 $9,780.00

CR CARE PHARMACY HEALTH ASSISTANCE $39.39

CR MEATS LLC MEAT $1,051.70

CRAWFORD QUARRY ROCK $8,579.95

CRAWFORD SUPPLY COMPANY COMMISSARY ITEMS $1,537.02

CYPRESS SOLUTIONS INC YEARLY MANAGEMENT PLAN $1,260.00

D & D REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS LC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $252.50

DANIEL P WILLIAMS TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $44.80

DAWN SCHOTT TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $30.24

DELTA DENTAL LINN CO DENTAL 3/1-3/31/21 $18,139.18

DRIVE BY INVESTMENTS II LLC RENT CO ATTY/COURTS MARCH 2021 $4,967.16

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO’S,INC. BREAD $103.05

EASTERN IOWA HEALTH CENTER MARCH 2021 SUPPORT DENTAL SERVICES $5,731.00

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING CO INC PARTS AND SERVICE $2,532.30

EMERGENCY SERVICES MARKETING CORP INC 5 YEAR SUBSCRIPTION 24 AGENCIES $58,560.00

FAMILIES INC HEALTH ASSISTANCE $71.04

FERRING, CALLIE CONTACT TRACING $125.00

FOUR D DEVELOPMENT LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $300.00

FOUR OAKS FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES HEALTH ASSISTANCE $1,746.40

FREEDOM REMI GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

GARRY MOOSE LLC APRIL 2020 RENT 925 & 915B ROBINS RD EMA & HAZMAT $2,185.00

GAVIN UMBDENSTOCK MARCH 2021 MILEAGE $10.64

GAZETTE COMMUNICATIONS INC PUBLICATIONS $3,979.22

GENTLE DENTAL DENTAL SERVICES $418.00

GERALD HART MILEAGE FOR CLEANING BETWEEN BUILDINGS $320.88

GORDON FLESCH COMPANY INC COPIER FEES/LEASE $995.88

GRAINGER W W INC REFECTIVE SHEETING $11.64

GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC PARTS AND SUPPLIES $829.70

H A C A P APRIL 2021 SUPPORT TRANSITIONAL HOUSING $2,740.58

LCCDC FAMILY SUPPORT WORKERS 02/22/21-03/21/21 $2,113.86

HANDS UP COMMUNICATIONS INTERPRETING SERVICES $455.00

INTERPRETING SERVICES $190.00

HORIZONS A FAMILY SERVICE ALLIANCE APRIL 2021 SUPPORT MOBILE MEALS $9,162.75

HUMAN ASSET MANAGEMENT LLC ONLINE TRAINING $3,300.00

HY VEE COVID CLINIC SUPPLIES-RESPONSE GRANT $316.56

HEALTH ASSISTANCE $80.00

I W I MOTOR PARTS PARTS / SHOP STOCK $1,813.05

ILMIR INC SOFTWARE CONSULTING 03/03/21-03/31/21 $2,665.00

INSIGHT THERAPY GROUP HEALTH ASSISTANCE $100.00

IOWA COUNTY RECORDERS ASSOCIATION COTT ILR MAINTENANCE $685.69

IOWA FIRE PROTECTION CH FLOW SWITCH REPLACED $790.11

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES INMATE MATTRESSES $3,255.00

IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE UCC-3 STANDARD FILING $10.00

IRISH CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

IRISH REPORTING INC DEPOSITIONS $327.50

IRON MOUNTAIN INC VAULT STORAGE $2,727.56

J Z PROPERTIES LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

JANE BOYD COMMUNITY HOUSE APRIL RENT FOR JANE BOYD $1,714.00

JEFFREY HUGHES WC SELF INSURANCE $753.66

JERRY VANDER SANDEN FITNESS JAN-MAR 2021 $60.00

JOE REU WC SELF INSURANCE $752.74

JOHN SCHUCHMANN WC SELF INSURANCE $906.13

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA JP MORGAN MONTHLY STATEMENT MARCH 2021 $335,585.72

JULIENNE KABIKA TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $190.69

JUNGE LINCOLN MERCURY AUTO PARTS $1,998.07

KAREN MERTA TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $199.08

KEEFE SUPPLY COMPANY COMMISSARY ITEMS $6,689.40

KELLEY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT GENERAL ASSISTANCE $450.00

KENDRA YAUSLIN TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $140.33

KIECKS HEMMING $12.00

HONOR GUARD RAINCOAT $670.00

TACTICAL BOOTS $120.00

KIRKWOOD ESTATES GENERAL ASSISTANCE $350.00

L & L MURPHY ASSOCIATES LEGISLATIVE SERVICES MAY 2021 $5,000.00

UCC LEGISLATIVE SERVICES MAY 2021 $8,333.32

LEAH COFFMAN TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $180.32

LEE COUNTY SERVICE FEES OF JUVENILE DOCUMENTS $35.00

LINN COUNTY ANESTHESIOLOGISTS, PC WC SELF INSURANCE $1,280.70

LINN COUNTY REC INC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $68.34

TOWER UTILITIES $692.04

LINN NEWSLETTER PUBLICATIONS $2,278.55

MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC COPIER USAGE $12.58

MARGARET BOCK HOUSING GENERAL ASSISTANCE $725.00

MARION JANITORIAL SUPPLY CO CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES $480.74

MARION TIMES PUBLICATIONS $2,278.55

MARTHA JANEY FITNESS JAN-MAR 2021 $60.00

TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $50.35

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTION CO INC FOOD & PROVISIONS $1,239.04

MARTIN GARDNER ARCHITECTURE LINN COUNTY DERECHO ASSESSMENTS $4,197.50

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1/25-3/28 $455.00

MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS INC ROCK $4,863.62

MATTHEW DOBLER CERTIFICATION FOR SEPTIC INSTALLATION CIOWTS $82.50

MCGRATH CHEVYLAND PARTS $32.09

MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL INC MEDICAL SUPPLIES $904.37

MEDIAQUEST OUTDOOR BILLBOARD AD $300.00

MERCY MEDICAL CENTER HEALTH SERVICES $390.33

PHYSICAL & DRUG SCREEN $946.00

PPE FROM FISHER — COVID RESPONSE GRANT-1 $25,000.00

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY LINN COUNTY UTILITIES $190.40

UTILITIES ASSISTANCE $221.01

MOUNT VERNON FAMILY COUNSELING HEALTH ASSISTANCE $223.00

MT VERNON LISBON SUN PUBLICATIONS $2,278.55

MURDOCH FUNERAL HOMES FUNERAL ASSISTANCE $1,500.00

MY OWN HOME CR LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $425.00

NANCY CLEARY TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $67.20

NEAL’S WATER CONDITIONING BOTTLED WATER $207.50

NEOGOV BIDDLE $2,730.27

NICHOLAS BOREN FITNESS REIMB MAR — AUG 2021 $120.00

OBRIEN, CAROL CONTACT TRACING $160.00

OMNILINK SYSTEMS INC MARCH 2021 RADIO EQUIP/RENTAL $1,194.75

OPM LC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $825.00

PALO COOP TELE 911 TELEPHONE $36.00

PAM GUSICK TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $614.88

PAULSEN, CHERYL L CONTACT TRACING $360.00

PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES HARRIS BLDG SECURITY SERVICES $1,253.75

SECURITY SERVICES HARRIS BUILDING $1,239.00

PIPE PRO INC CH LAW OFFICE REMODEL $30,083.00

REPAIRS $1,050.14

POTOMAC SYSTEMS SOFTWARE ANNUAL LICENSING $7,260.00

POWELL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC PC WC SELF INSURANCE $63.75

PRAIRIE HOME WELLNESS AND COUNSELING HEALTH ASSISTANCE $1,468.00

PRAIRIEBURG TELE CO INC 911 TELEPHONES $27.50

PREMIER CASE MANAGEMENT WC RELATED EXPENSE $1,477.55

PROPERTY HOLDERS GENERAL ASSISTANCE $900.00

RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS OF IOWA, PLC MEDICAL SERVICES $27.00

RATHJE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WORK COMPLETED $128,065.70

RAY O’HERRON CO INC BADGE/WALLET $178.47

REINHART FOODSERVICE LLC FOOD & PROVISIONS $12,457.36

RICKELLE N. BELT MARCH 2021 MILEAGE $33.04

RINGGOLD COUNTY BOARD & KEEP/JUVENILE/MARCH $1,550.00

RIVER VALLEY CHIROPRACTIC WC SELF INSURANCE $136.50

ROCK ISLAND CO SHERIFF SERVICE FEES OF JUVENILE DOCUMENTS $47.69

SAFELITE FULFILLMENT INC OUTSIDE LABOR $200.00

SANSI MARCH 2021 SUPPORT GENERAL WELFARE SERVICES $676.92

SCHIMBERG COMPANY JAIL CHILLER PUMPS CEAL KITS & GASKETS $761.82

SCOTT BISIG MILEAGE FOR MARCH 21 BETWEEN BUILDINGS $67.20

SEDGWICK CLAIMS MANAGEMENT — REIMB WC SELF INSURANCE $45,903.14

SIGNIFY HEALTH LLC 4/21 FOUNDATION 2 $750.00

SOUTHEAST LINN COMMUNITY CENTER MARCH 2021 SUPPORT GENERAL WELFARE SERVICES $431.17

SPLASHLIGHT LLC WC RELATED EXPENSE $95.02

SPRINGVILLE COOP TELE ASSN 911 2 INCOMING TRUNKS FOR APRIL 2021 $81.24

SQUAW CREEK PARTNERS LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $880.00

ST LUKES HOSPITAL WC SELF INSURANCE $18,001.27

ST LUKES WORK WELL SOLUTIONS PHYSICAL & DRUG SCREEN $367.50

STRAND, JEANNE A TRANSCRIPT $173.25

SUPREME SALES COMMISSARY ITEMS $470.00

SUSTAINABLE IOWA LAND TRUST (SILT) DOWS FARM MANAGEMENT QTR 1 2021 $2,080.00

TERRY, TIMOTHY F GENERAL ASSISTANCE $400.00

TODD EGLI REIMBURSE NOTARY RENEWAL PMT $30.00

TRACY INGALLS TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $62.72

TW TRAINING LEADER ASSIMILATION P&D $1,200.00

PROJECT WORK $1,650.00

START TRAINING $4,000.00

U S CELLULAR 911 CELL PHONES $4,217.86

UNIFORM DEN INC PANTS $101.67

UNITYPOINT HEALTH COVID RESPONSE GRANT FUNDING-1 $20,000.00

USA COMMUNICATIONS 911 CELL PHONE $67.78

VERIZON WIRELESS 911 CELL PHONES $920.23

WATERBURY PROPERTY MGT LLC GENERAL ASSISTANCE $379.00

WAYPOINT MARCH 2021 SUPPORT DV HOUSING ASSISTANCE $2,715.17

WEBSTER COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE FEES OF JUVENILE DOCUMENTS $35.00

WEDNESDAY HARTMAN TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT $70.00

WELAND CLINICAL LABORATORIES INMATE LABS/MARCH $313.25

WENDLING QUARRIES INC ROCK $1,097.52

WINDSTREAM HOLDINGS INC 911 PHONES $178.98

PHONE SERVICE BOAT CONCESSION $54.47

WOODVIEW PROPERTIES LLC WAREHOUSE RENTAL COVID19 $5,066.66

Grand Total $995,311.26

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

LINN COUNTY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

CEDAR RAPIDS, LINN COUNTY, IOWA

MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2021 11:02 A.M.

(These are the minutes in their entirety. Archived minutes can be found at www.linncounty.org).

The Board met in session at the Linn County Jean Oxley Public Service Center. Present: Chairperson Walker, Vice Chairperson Rogers and Supervisor Zumbach. Board members voting “AYE” unless otherwise noted.

Chairperson Rogers called the meeting to order.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve minutes of April 14, 2021 as printed.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to authorize Chair to sign, retroactive to April 14, 2021, a letter to Congresswoman Ashley Hinson in support of the PATCH (Providing Assistance to Community Homeowners) project.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to authorize Supervisor Ben Rogers to sign, retroactive to April 15, 2021, a letter to Congresswoman Ashley Hinson in support of the Tower Terrace Road improvement project receiving Community Project Funding (CPF).

Stephanie Lientz, Planning & Development, discussed proposed Major Site Plan, Case JM21-0001, request by B. Hancock Construction, Inc., owner, to reduce the existing drainage easement located at 1422 Timberlake Drive, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, by sixty-three (63) feet noting that they recommend approval. The Board will approve Wednesday.

Motion by Rogers, seconded by Zumbach to approve Employment Change Roster (payroll authorizations) as follows:

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DB Analyst/Windows Server Assoc. Chris Riedesel Step increase/contract 4/16/21 40D $43.58 – 40E $45.69

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

Residential Combination Insp Matthew Nuckolls Reclassification 4/17/21 21B $26.42 – 22B $27.54

FACILITIES

Custodian William Lloyd Termination/resignation 4/15/21

SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Communications Operator Ryan Larson New hire 4/19/21 CB $23.70 Repl A. Bradford

Deputy Sheriff Korey Ryan Termination/resignation 4/16/21

Correctional Center Nurse Rasheedah Washington Termination/resignation 4/20/21

JUVENILE DETENTION

Youth Counselor Torilynn Pratt Termination/resignation 4/9/21

PUBLIC HEALTH

Environmental Chemist Seth Zimmermann New hire 4/19/21 39A $29.01 Repl R. Mulllins

Motion by Walker, seconded by Rogers to approve Payroll checks #71002064-#71002080 in the amt. of $336,593.98; Payroll ACH in the amt. of $25,392.96 and Payroll Wires in the amt. of $2,018,323.38.

Motion by Walker, seconded by Rogers to re-appoint Jennifer Fencl to the Water and Land Legacy Public Review Board for a term ending 12/31/23.

Adjournment at 11:09 a.m.

Respectfully submitted,

JOEL D. MILLER, Linn County Auditor

By: Amanda Hoy, Executive Assistant

Approved by:

STACEY WALKER, Chairperson

Board of Supervisors

Published in the Marion Times, April 29, 2021

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