IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT OF CLINTON COUNTY

EQUITY NO: EQCV041489

ORIGINAL NOTICE

FOR PUBLICATION

Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee for NovaStar Mortgage

Funding Trust, Series 2007-1 Nova Star Home Equity Loan Asset-Backed

Certificates, Series 2007-1

Plaintiff,

vs.

Vicki Weimerskirch a/k/a Vicki Sue Boughton; Virgil Weimerskirch;

Verla Weimerskirch; Parties in Possession; Unknown spouse, if any, of

Virgil Weimerskirch; Unknown spouse, if any, of Verla Weimerskirch;

Unknown spouse, if any, of Vicki Sue Boughton, et al.

Defendants.

You are notified that a petition has been filed in the office of this

court naming you as a defendant in this action. The petition was filed

on October 6, 2014, and prays for foreclosure of Plaintiffs mortgage in

favor of the Plaintiff on the property described in this notice and

judgment for the unpaid principal amount of $89,207.92, with 7% per

annum interest thereon from August 1, 2008, together with late charges,

advances and the costs of the action including (but not limited to)

title costs and reasonable attorney’s fees, as well as a request that

said sums be declared a lien upon the following described premises from

, located in Clinton county, Iowa:

THE NORTH FORTY (40) FEET OF LOT TWO (2) AND THE SOUTH TWENTY (20)

FEET OF LOT ONE (1), BLOCK THIRTEEN (13), IN WILLIAMS' ADDITION TO

RINGWOOD, WITHIN THE CITY OF CLINTON, CLINTON COUNTY, IOWA, commonly

known as 1227 Pershing Boulevard, Clinton, IA 52732 (the “Property”)

The petition further prays that the mortgage on the above described

real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue for the sale

of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the

judgment and for other relief as the Court deems just and equitable.

For further details, please review the petition on file in the clerk's

office. The Plaintiffs attorney is Megan Stumph, of SouthLaw, P.C.;

whose address is 6363 College Blvd., Suite 100, Overland Park, KS 66211.

NOTICE

THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS

THAT THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER ENTRY

OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE

SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL

TWELVE MONTHS (OR SIX MONTHS IF THE PETITION INCLUDES A WAIVER OF

DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT) FROM THE ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED

PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR

UNTIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT

YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS YOUR RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY

DWELLING. YOU WILL HAVE NO RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE

PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE

MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY PURCHASE AT THE SALE.

You must serve a motion or answer on or before 28th day of April,

2015, and within a reasonable time thereafter file your motion or answer

with the Clerk of Court for Clinton County, at the county courthouse in

Clinton, Iowa. If you do not, judgment by default may be rendered

against you for the relief demanded in the petition.

If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to

participate in a court action because of a disability, immediately call

your District ADA Coordinator at 563-326-8783. If you are hearing

impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942.

By:

CLERK OF THE ABOVE COURT

Clinton County Courthouse

612 N. 2nd Street, P.O. Box 2957

Clinton, IA 52733-2957

IMPORTANT:

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS.

Dates of second and third publication: March 31 & April 7, 2015.

Published: March 24 & 31 and April 7, 2015.

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S LEVY AND SALE

IOWA DISTRICT COURT COURT CASE #EQCV041548

CLINTON COUNTY

SPECIAL EXECUTION

James B. Nutter & Company

PLAINTIFF

VS.

All Persons with an Interest in the Estate of William Collins,

Deceased 9/24/13 et al

DEFENDANT (Judgment Debtor)

As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court

case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this

county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate to

satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is described below:

Lot twenty-five (25) in Mill Creek Crossing First Addition to the City

of Clinton, Iowa.

Property Address:

1012 Alanah Lane

Clinton, Iowa 52732

The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for

cash only as follows:

Date of Sale: April 17, 2015

Time of Sale: 9:30 AM

Place of Sale: Inside the west door of the Clinton County Courthouse

Redemption: After the sale of real estate, defendant may redeem the

property within 60 days.

Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact

your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file

appropriate notice, if applicable.

Judgment Amount: $165,442.67

Costs: $307.76

Accruing Costs: PLUS

Interest: $3,247.92

Date: March 5, 2015

Sheriff: Rick Lincoln

Clinton County, Iowa

Civil Director: Laura J. Davis

Attorney

Gregory J. Kreitner

126 West Second Street

Muscatine, Iowa 52761-3713

Ph# (563) 263-9494

Date of second publication:

April 7 2015

Published: March 31 & April 7, 2015

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CITY OF CLINTON

CITY COUNCIL

MARCH 24, 2015

The City Council met in regular session, March 24, 2015 at 7:00 P.M.

in the City Hall Council Chamber. Present on roll call: Mayor Vulich;

Councilmembers: McGraw, Rowland, Gassman, Determann, Wilke, O’Neill and

Allesee.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Mayor Vulich convened a public hearing concerning the authorization of

a loan agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $665,000 General

Obligation Capital Loan Notes of the City of Clinton, State of Iowa (for

essential corporate urban renewal purposes). No comments were received

written or oral. M/S, McGraw-Gassman moved the public hearing

concerning the authorization of a loan agreement and the issuance of not

to exceed $665,000 General Obligation Capital Loan Notes of the City of

Clinton, State of Iowa (for essential corporate urban renewal purposes)

be entered into the record. On roll call, carried unanimously.

In discussion before roll call, Councilmember O'Neill inquired

regarding whether this is the last payment on the Dodd farm. Finance

Director Anita Dalton stated that this is the 5th and last payment, the

sixth payment had been made prior.

1. M/S, McGraw-Rowland moved the Council adopt Resolution No.

2015-104 instituting proceedings to take additional action for the

issuance of not to exceed $665,000 General Obligation Capital Loan

Notes. On roll call, carried unanimously.

Mayor Vulich convened a public hearing concerning accepting bid and

awarding contract for Project E-2015 Asphalt resurfacing Project. No

comments were received written or oral. M/S, Wilke-O’Neill moved that

the public hearing concerning accepting bid and awarding contract for

Project E-2015 Asphalt resurfacing Project be entered into the record.

On roll call, carried unanimously.

In discussion before roll call, Councilmember Rowland inquired

regarding whether streets had been cut from the project due to cost.

City Engineer Jason Craft stated that no streets were cut from the

project. He continued in stating that this is the second bid letting.

There is supposed to be three; however, the third one only contains

Keith Court. He further stated that he did not recommend cutting

anything from the projects. He proceeded to state that the third

project would come before the Council later this year.

2. M/S, Wilke-O’Neill moved the Council adopt Resolution No. 2015-105

accepting bid and awarding concerning accepting bid and awarding

contract for Project E-2015 Asphalt resurfacing Project to Determann

Asphalt Paving LLC for $1,869,028.85. On roll call, carried unanimously.

Mayor Vulich convened a public hearing concerning changing the zoning

classification of a parcel of land located in the 700 Block of North

18th Street. The City Clerk reported that she had received a petition

opposing the rezoning. M/S, Rowland-Gassman moved that the public

hearing concerning changing the zoning classification of a parcel of

land located in the 700 Block of North 18th Street be entered into the

record. On roll call, carried unanimously.

In discussion before roll call, Ms. Pam Graboski, 326 South 18th

Street, stated that if a parcel of property is rezoned just because the

property next to it is zoned the same, where does the City hold the

line. She continued in stating that Karen Holy stood to lose the value

of her land, $1,300 for a survey of the property, attorney fees,

possible damage to her fence and damage to her landscaping. She further

stated that Ms. Holy would lose her privacy and enjoyment of her home

and will have to endure noise and dirt. She proceeded to state that Ms.

Holy is not opposed to single family homes being built.

Ms. Karen Holy, 626 North 18th Street, advised the Council that her

land is divided from Mr. Fletcher's by a fence. She further stated that

she has horses, two barns, a tractor garage and a building which houses

horse supplies. She continued in stating that she has lived on the

property for 17 years. She proceeded to state that she knew change was

coming, but not this. The land across the street is zoned R-5; however,

keeping Mr. Fletcher’s land R-1 would allow for single family homes.

She stated that the flow of the land is acreages.

Mr. Ron Fletcher, 16 Blackstone Way, LeClaire, Iowa, introduced Mr.

Matt Brisch, Howes & Jeffries Realtors and Mr. Michael Shamsie, Landmark

Engineering.

Mr. Matt Brisch, 913 Oak Knolls Court, advised the Council that he was

there to speak in favor of the rezoning. He stated that the City needs

to grow its tax base and provide people moving in to Clinton more

choices in housing. He continued in stating that this is a $6 Million

project which the City needs. He further stated that he has heard from

people who have chosen to live elsewhere that Clinton does not have

enough houses in varying price ranges.

Mr. Mike Shamsie, Landmark Engineering, advised the Council that he

has worked on more than 100 residential developments. He stated that

Mr. Fletcher’s development is considered small. He continued in stating

that the development would have 27í concrete roadways, water mains

designed to Iowa American Water Company’s standards, sewers which meet

all of the City of Clinton's specifications and a lift station. He

further stated that 240 vehicles are expected daily. He proceeded to

state that Mill Creek Parkway has zoning which transitions from 1-B to

R-5 and this request is carrying the transition to commercial. He

advised the Council that R-5 zoning is appropriate. He advised the

Council that every city needs multi- family housing. He stated that

every developer is responsible for repairing damages to property. He

further stated that the routing of the sewer is preliminary and there

will be noise and dirt whether there are single family or multi-family

units being built.

Mr. Ron Fletcher advised the Council that they are familiar with his

project. He is proposing a $6 Million project consisting of 30 homes.

He stated that there would be ten individual buildings consisting of one

to two story units in the $175,000 to $200,000 price range. He

continued in stating that this is an opportunity for the City to

increase its tax base. He further stated that the City needs a variety

of housing and this is an opportunity for property values to rise. He

advised the Council that Dan Dolan was granted R-5 zoning in 2007 and is

opposed to Mr. Fletcher receiving the same zoning. Mr. Fletcher stated

that Councilmember O’Neill has been against the project from the start.

He continued in stating that Councilmember O’Neill worked for Ruhl &

Ruhl Realtors and has a close business relationship with Dan Dolan. He

further stated that he believes this is a conflict of interest and

Councilmember O’Neill should recuse himself from the vote.

Ms. Graboski stated that Councilmember O’Neill represents the people

in the Third Ward.

Councilmember Rowland stated that he has a letter from Ms. Graboski to

enter into the record as well as the petition which was given to the

City Clerk. He continued in stating that he has received two phone

calls, one email and one personal visit all from persons in favor of the

rezoning, several of whom live on 18th Street.

Councilmember O’Neill advised the Council that he has known Mr.

Fletcher for 20 years and he is a good businessman. He stated that he

does not have a connection with Dan Dolan and does not have a conflict

of interest. He continued in stating that he has made a promise to

serve the Third Ward. He further stated that he went out and collected

40 signatures of residents opposed to the rezoning. He proceeded to

state that he has no personal interest in Dolan Homes. He stated that

there are 40 people who do not want the project and he has an obligation

to vote the way they want on the petition. He further stated that he is

not opposed to growth in the City. He proceeded to state that he was

elected by the people to represent them.

Councilmember McGraw stated that even though a portion of Dan Dolan's

property is zoned R-5 it has not stopped people from building nice homes

in the area. They do not care if the land is zoned R-5

3. M/S, Rowland-Gassman moved the Council consider an ordinance for the

first time - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 159, ZONING REGULATION OF THE

CITY OF CLINTON , IOWA, BY CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF A

PARCEL OF LAND, LOCATED IN THE 700 BLOCK OF NORTH 18TH STREET FROM R-1A,

ONE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL TO R-5, CONDOMINIUM RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT. On

roll call, McGraw, Rowland, Gassman, Determann, Wilke, Allesee - Yes;

O’Neill -No. Motion carried.

AUDIENCE COMMENT

No persons came before the Council to speak.

CONSENT AGENDA

Mayor Vulich advised the Council that #20 had been removed from the

Consent agenda.

M/S, Determann-Wilke moved the Council approve the Consent Agenda as

presented on the attachment. On roll call, carried unanimously.

1. Claims - receive, approve and place on file.

CLAIMS 3-24-2015

SHERIDAN, SHIRLEY" REFUND 82.47; UNITED HEALTHCARE REFUND 4.08;

"PAPE, MARY" REFUND 82.69; TUCKER, LORNA" REFUND 596.00; "BOHLE,

THOMAS TRAINING 39.97; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 23.00;

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 24.72; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES 38.89; CLINTON HERALD PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

25.79; CLINTON PRINTING INC PAPER & PRINTED MATERIALS 18.00; CLINTON

PRINTING INC PAPER & PRINTED MATERIALS 110.00; CLINTON PRINTING

INC PAPER & PRINTED MATERIALS 99.00; CLINTON PRINTING INC PAPER

& PRINTED MATERIALS 320.00; CLINTON PRINTING INC PAPER & PRINTED

MATERIALS 240.00; CLINTON PRINTING INC PAPER & PRINTED

MATERIALS 43.00; CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 516.50;

CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS RETIREES 12.79; CORVEL CORP MEDICAL

CLAIMS RETIREES 4.80; CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB

"1,110.79; "GREENWALT, WILLIAM" TRAINING 42.57; "HENRY, CLARENCE"

RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACAD TRAINING

160.00; RAY O HERRON CO INC CLOTHING PURCHASES 26.25; LECTRONICS

INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 255.50; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES

MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE SRVS 124.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/

HEALTH CARE SRVS 102.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE

SRVS 515.00; "MEIER, RANDALL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00;

SECRETARY OF STATE N LEGAL SERVICES 30.00; US POSTAL PO

BOX 1903 30.00; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES 493.74; FIRESTONE TIRE

AND SERVIC TIRES 235.24; "BEARD, ROBIN" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE

"1,500.00; CDW GOVERNMENT INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 80.97; CDW GOVERNMENT

INC MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 59.99; CDW GOVERNMENT INC OFFICE

SUPPLIES 852.89; MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 11.00;

MASTERCARD TRAINING "3,685.00; MASTERCARD TRAINING 80.64; MASTERCARD

MINOR EQUIPMENT PARTS 128.20; MASTERCARD INVESTIGATION SUPPLIES

111.30; MASTERCARD CLOTHING PURCHASES 21.40; MASTERCARD VEHICLE

& EQUIP MAINTENAN 100.00; RK DIXON CO OFFICE EQUIP REPAIR/MAINT

67.40; RK DIXON CO OFFICE EQUIP REPAIR/MAINT 125.00; "ADVANCED

RADIOLOGY, S.C." MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE SRVS 38.33; INTEGRATED

TECHNOLOGY PAR OFFICE EQUIP REPAIR/MAINT 132.56; CLINTON AUTO

GROUP VEHICLE & EQUIP REPAIRS 40.00; MERCY MEDCIAL CENTER

MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB "2,685.08; MERCY MEDCIAL CENTER

MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE SRVS 230.00; MERCY MEDCIAL CENTER MEDICAL/

HEALTH CARE SRVS 876.00; JOHNSON OIL CO IL VEHICLE & EQUIP

MAINTENAN 45.00; CHIEF SUPPLY CLOTHING PURCHASES 60.44; CHIEF

SUPPLY CLOTHING PURCHASES 47.74; CHIEF SUPPLY CLOTHING PURCHASES

-49.95; PUBLIC ENGINES SUBCRIPTIONS/PUBLICATIONS 297.00;

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS PC MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 138.45;

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS PC MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 199.55;

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS PC MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 138.45;

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS PC MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 138.45; THIRD

PARTY SOLUTIONS INC MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 37.55; COLLEGE OF

DUPAGE TRAINING 125.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 25.00;

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 204.00; LECTRONICS INC

SECURITY SERVICES 20.00; RJS ELECTRONICS INC BUILDING REPAIRS &

MAINT 17.50; MCI LONG DISTANCE CHARGES 75.27; CENTURYLINK BASIC

TELEPHONE SERVICE 372.00; WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS

NON EMPLOYEE 209.60; FASTENAL CO MINOR EQUIPMENT PARTS 34.56;

CLINTON CO FIREMENS ASSOC DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 150.00; "FULLAN,

JAMES" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; "FULLAN, MICHAEL"

RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; GATEWAY SUPPLY TOOLS 103.38;

CORVEL CORP HEALTH INS PROGRAM COSTS 10.80; "JOHNSON, MICHAEL R"

RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; KELLY HEATING AND OIL DIESEL FUEL

431.63; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 40.00; LECTRONICS INC

TOWER COMMUNICATION CHARG 159.00; LECTRONICS INC OPERATING EQUIP

REPAIR/MA 172.50; MARGEE PLASTICS OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES

35.00; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 4.25; MIDWEST

WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 26.41; MIDWEST WHEEL

COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR -1.34; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 116.57; MILLER ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN BUILDING

SUPPLIES 40.14; MILLER ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN BUILDING SUPPLIES 18.53;

MILLER ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN BUILDING SUPPLIES 27.08; MILLER ELECTRIC

SUPPLY IN BUILDING SUPPLIES 27.08; MILLER ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN

BUILDING SUPPLIES 13.40; MODERN PLBG/PUMP SERVICE BUILDING REPAIRS

& MAINT 176.28; PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO OTHER OPERATING

SUPPLIES 19.45; NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION DUES & MEMBERSHIPS

165.00; RJS ELECTRONICS INC BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 17.50; RJS

ELECTRONICS INC BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 52.50; "REGENWETHER, MARK"

RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES

149.22; WAGNER CLINIC PHARMACY MEDICAL CLAIMS RETIREES 200.63;

HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT 39.18; ALLIANT ENERGY

UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "3,240.76; I.W.I. MOTOR PARTS VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 102.70; SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY SAFETY EQUIPMENT 610.00;

SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY SAFETY SHOES 150.00; SPARTAN CHASSIS INC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 373.52; MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 75.90;

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 75.90; MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES

75.90; MCI LONG DISTANCE CHARGES 9.77; RK DIXON CO OFFICE EQUIP

REPAIR/MAINT 56.71; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES

96.91; COMPANY ONE OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 35.50; PAUL CONWAY

SHIELDS PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 36.50; "ADVANCED RADIOLOGY, S.C."

MEDICAL CLAIMS RETIREES 296.44; INTERSTATE INDUS INSTR IN MINOR

EQUIPMENT PARTS 177.15; ALLERGY ASSOCIATES OF LA MEDICAL CLAIMS

RETIREES 330.00; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE POSTAGE & SHIPPING

28.48; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE POSTAGE & SHIPPING 12.59; O DONNELL

ACE HARDWARE POSTAGE & SHIPPING -12.59; WINDSTREAM BASIC

TELEPHONE SERVICE 33.11; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

4.09; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 99.96; PREMIER PARTS

INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 76.49; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 14.49; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 59.88;

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 21.96; PREMIER PARTS

INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 25.38; CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE

SERVICE 234.00; MASTERCARD BUILDING SUPPLIES 33.70;

MASTERCARD TRAINING 36.12; MASTERCARD BUILDING SUPPLIES 27.34;

MASTERCARD BUILDING SUPPLIES 70.67; CLINTON LAWN & POWER OIL

18.95; A & P GRAPHICS AND SIGNS OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES 35.00;

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCT MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT "1,190.75;

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC FIRST AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 396.82; US

CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES 198.96; MERCY HOME MEDICAL EQUIPM

MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT 95.36; ALLIED BUSINESS ACCOUNTS

COLLECTION FEES 51.29; "BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC" FIRST AID/SAFETY

SUPPLIES "2,524.52; "BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC" FIRST AID/SAFETY

SUPPLIES 152.44; BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC" FIRST AID/SAFETY

SUPPLIES 82.56; "BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC" FIRST AID/SAFETY

SUPPLIES 343.75; PCC AN AMBULANCE BILLING OTHER PROFESSIONAL

SERVIC "4,466.51; MASTERCARD TRAINING 25.00; "RICHARDSON, TINA"

REFUND OVERPAYMENT 431.00; KLOCKE S EMERGENCY VEHICL MINOR OPERATING

EQUIPMENT 190.94; CLINTON HERALD PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS 292.68;

CLINTON HUMANE SOCIETY CITY GRANT/LOCAL MATCH "8,750.00; US

CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES 39.44; MCI LONG DISTANCE CHARGES

18.84; BRINKMAN BLDG CENTER BUILDING SUPPLIES 42.55; BRINKMAN BLDG

CENTER BUILDING SUPPLIES 15.66; BRINKMAN BLDG CENTER BUILDING

SUPPLIES 31.32; BRINKMAN BLDG CENTER BUILDING SUPPLIES 13.09;

BRINKMAN BLDG CENTER BUILDING SUPPLIES 13.83; FASTENAL CO

SANITATION SUPPLIES 17.70; FASTENAL CO SANITATION SUPPLIES

79.55; FASTENAL CO SANITATION SUPPLIES 72.24; FASTENAL CO

SANITATION SUPPLIES 7.63; HARTZ LOCK CO INC KEYS/PADLOCKS /LOCKS

84.02; KELLY HEATING AND OIL DIESEL FUEL 642.99; MILLER ELECTRIC

SUPPLY IN BUILDING SUPPLIES 11.83; PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO

SANITATION SUPPLIES 53.97; PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO SANITATION

SUPPLIES 137.94; PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO SANITATION SUPPLIES

91.96; SHERWIN WILLIAMS BUILDING SUPPLIES 25.28; SHERWIN

WILLIAMS BUILDING SUPPLIES 53.30; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE

CHARGES 109.89; VOSS BROS PLUMBING INC BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT

601.03; VOSS BROS PLUMBING INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 80.00; WITTS

SMALL ENGINE CL INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 147.55; WITTS SMALL

ENGINE CL INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 92.35; WITTS SMALL ENGINE

CL INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 130.10; WITTS SMALL ENGINE CL

INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 138.95; WITTS SMALL ENGINE CL INC

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 101.10; WITTS SMALL ENGINE CL INC

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 105.25; TANDEM TIRE & AUTO SERVIC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 20.00; TANDEM TIRE & AUTO SERVIC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 10.00; ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS 597.34;

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS 428.29; I.W.I. MOTOR

PARTS VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 86.10; FOLEY TREE CARE TREE REMOVAL

600.00; MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 75.90; MCI LONG DISTANCE

CHARGES 0.88; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES

75.88; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES -128.23; HOME

DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES 255.46; MCDONALD SUPPLY/DIV

OF HA BUILDING SUPPLIES 330.00; MCDONALD SUPPLY/DIV OF HA

BUILDING SUPPLIES 104.68; MCDONALD SUPPLY/DIV OF HA BUILDING

SUPPLIES 188.75; MCDONALD SUPPLY/DIV OF HA BUILDING SUPPLIES

-96.97; MCDONALD SUPPLY/DIV OF HA BUILDING SUPPLIES 92.68; O

DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 17.98; O DONNELL ACE

HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 1.80; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE

BUILDING SUPPLIES 15.01; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING

SUPPLIES 4.22; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 1.80; O

DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 4.30; O DONNELL ACE

HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 2.42; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING

SUPPLIES 39.45; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 15.29;

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 10.55; PREMIER PARTS INC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 159.65; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 15.95; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 22.89;

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 105.31; PREMIER PARTS INC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 1.49; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 5.37; CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 74.00;

MASTERCARD TOOLS 171.88; MASTERCARD MINOR OPERATING

EQUIPMENT 14.95; MASTERCARD MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT

-9.95; "BEASLEY, BRUCE" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; BOSS

OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 75.27; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE

SUPPLIES 169.87; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES 122.56;

CLINTON PRINTING INC ADVERTISING 90.00; CLINTON PRINTING INC PAPER

& PRINTED MATERIALS 180.00; GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES

69.16; GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES 23.01; HARTZ LOCK CO INC

KEYS/PADLOCKS /LOCKS 7.00; HARTZ LOCK CO INC KEYS/PADLOCKS

/LOCKS 37.00; HARTZ LOCK CO INC KEYS/PADLOCKS/ LOCKS 31.00;

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 35.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY

SERVICES 215.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 28.00;

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 11.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY

SERVICES 28.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 9.75;

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 30.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY

SERVICES 30.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 30.00; LECTRONICS

INC SECURITY SERVICES 9.75; "MACGILL, WILLIAM & CO"

RECREATIONAL/EDUC SUPPLY 9.49; "MACGILL, WILLIAM & CO" FIRST

AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 411.00; MILLER ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN BUILDING

SUPPLIES 67.72; "DUNMORE, JOHN" RECREATION OFFICIALS 110.50;

"KUHL, JOHN" RECREATION OFFICIALS 78.00; RHA SERVICE INC OPERATING

EQUIP REPAIR/MA 83.50; RIVER CITY PIPE BENDERS VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 493.87; US TENNIS ASSOCIATION OTHER PROFESSIONAL

SERVIC 155.00; "HEBDON, MARK" RECREATION OFFICIALS 73.00;

"HEBDON, MARK" RECREATION OFFICIALS 98.00; MCI LONG DISTANCE

CHARGES 21.39; "WILLIAMS, WARREN" RECREATION OFFICIALS 24.00;

FAREWAY STORE RECREATIONAL/EDUC SUPPLY 4.49; "SIEMS, EVELYN"

RECREATION OFFICIALS 82.50; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

RECREATIONAL/EDUC SUPPLY 161.02; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

BUILDING SUPPLIES -21.31; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

RECREATIONAL/EDUC SUPPLY 18.61; "GRINNALL, MICHAEL" REFUND 12.00;

"HOVEY, ALEX" RECREATION OFFICIALS 52.00; O DONNELL ACE

HARDWARE SANITATION SUPPLIES 18.06; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE

SANITATION SUPPLIES 9.96; O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE SANITATION

SUPPLIES 40.06; "HARRIS, TIFFANY" RECREATION OFFICIALS 200.00;

PREMIER PARTS INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 29.26; PREMIER PARTS INC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 3.18; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 11.78; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 92.18;

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 32.42; "WARD, TAYLOR"

RECREATION OFFICIALS 60.00; "LUDEMANN, DAYLAN" RECREATION

OFFICIALS 138.00; "SIRNA, DONIVAN J" RECREATION OFFICIALS

50.00; "HATFIELD, AMANDA" RECREATION OFFICIALS 90.00;

MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 200.00; MASTERCARD

RECREATIONAL /EDUC SUPPLY 130.36; "JACKSON, KYLE" RECREATION

OFFICIALS 82.50; "DEBROCK, RILEY" RECREATION OFFICIALS 50.00;

"ADEMIE, DAWN" REFUND 40.00; "ERNST, CHERISH" REFUND 4.00; "LEMKE,

KAIT" REFUND 12.00; "MORINE, ASHLEY" REFUND 16.00; "SMITH, AMBER"

REFUND 8.00; "WELFORD, JAMES REFUND 8.00; "WENZEL, LINDSAY"

REFUND 15.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 39.00; CLINTON

PRINTING INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 65.00; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE

CHARGES 49.74; "VULICH, MARK" MILEAGE 224.25; "VULICH, MARK"

MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 28.66; "MANLEY, VICKI" RETIREMENT

INCENTIVE "1,500.00; MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 420.00;

MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 117.55; MASTERCARD MEETINGS &

CONFERENCES 26.00; PJ GREUFE & ASSOCIATES OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC

"1,500.00; MASTERCARD CLERK OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 45.00;

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 13.32; US CELLULAR CELL

PHONE CHARGES 190.76; US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT

529.00; ; US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 529.00;

US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 529.00; US CELLULAR MINOR

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 529.00; US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT

49.99; US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 49.99; US CELLULAR

MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 49.99; US CELLULAR MINOR COMPUTER

EQUIPMENT 49.99; TEMP ASSOCIATES OTHER NON-EMPLOYEE SERVCS 228.75;

MASTERCARD BNS OFFICE SUPPLIES 50.97; MASTERCARD BNS

SUBCRIPTIONS/PUBLICATIONS 215.00; MASTERCARD BNS OFFICE

SUPPLIES 9.14; MASTERCARD BNS OFFICE SUPPLIES 13.65;

MASTERCARD BNS OFFICE SUPPLIES 159.60; MASTERCARD BNS

OFFICE SUPPLIES 7.50; MASTERCARD BNS OFFICE SUPPLIES

100.68; FIREHOUSE SOFTWARE SOFTWARE "3,000.00; "GRIFFIN, MICHAEL

E" INSPECTION FEE REFUND 258.00; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE

SUPPLIES 131.05; "THYNE, DIANE" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00;

BOHNSACK & FROMMELT LLP FINANCIAL SERVICES "5,520.00; MASTERCARD

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 15.00; MASTERCARD OTHER TECHNICAL

SERVICES 390.35; MASTERCARD INTERNET SERVICES 5.00; TURNER

ELECTRIC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 143.49; VOSS BROS PLUMBING

INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 182.07; ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES

ELECTRIC/GAS "3,160.28; KONE ELEVATORS INC OPERATING EQUIP

REPAIR/MA 285.59; SANITOL SERVICE INC JANITORIAL SERVICES

985.00; COMPANY ONE OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 144.45; CENTURYLINK

BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 256.57; RICOH USA INC OFFICE EQUIP REPAIR

/MAINT "1,675.69; MASTERCARD BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 489.54;

MASTERCARD TOOLS 79.99; MASTERCARD TOOLS 119.00; O DONNELL ACE

HARDWARE MINOR OFFICE EQUIPMENT 12.59; MASTERCARD MEETINGS &

CONFERENCES 68.35; MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC

15.00; "REYNOLDS, MICHAEL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00;

MASTERCARD TRAINING 65.00; DABO LLC BUILDING RENTAL 126.84;

DABO LLC BUILDING RENTAL 6.94;

GENERAL FUND TOTAL: 95,055.92

CLINTON AREA CHAMBER OF CITY GRANT/LOCAL MATCH "44,616.86;

DETTERMAN EXCAVATING REFUND PERMIT # 37405 75.00; AME

CONSTRUCTION REFUND PERMIT # 37746 75.00; MASTEC REFUND PERMIT

# 37544 75.00; "BOTT, DALE" REFUND PERMIT # 37895 75.00; TEGELER

CONSTRUCTION REFUND PERMIT # 37802 75.00; TEGELER CONSTRUCTION

REFUND PERMIT # 37727 75.00; HUGUNIN SEWER & PLUMBING REFUND

PERMIT # 37703 75.00; HUGUNIN SEWER & PLUMBING REFUND PERMIT #

37618 75.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES

185.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 81.58;

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 884.38; LESLIE ELECTRIC

INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 500.55; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER

TECHNICAL SERVICES "2,971.60; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL

SERVICES 146.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES

246.97; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 57.99;

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "1,464.51; LECTRONICS INC

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 22.50; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES

11.69; "CRAFT, JASON" MILEAGE 122.07; "CRAFT, JASON" MILEAGE

60.84; "PENNOCK, ZANE" MILEAGE 177.84; "PENNOCK, ZANE" TRAINING

18.79; MASTERCARD TRAINING 110.00; MASTERCARD OFFICE SUPPLIES

62.29; MASTERCARD OFFICE SUPPLIES 1.61; MASTERCARD TRAINING

"1,345.00; MASTERCARD TRAINING 100.00; MASTERCARD PUBLIC

ANNOUNCEMENTS 27.27; ALTORFER MACHINERY INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 23.04; ALTORFER MACHINERY INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

12.00; EASTERN IOWA LIGHT-POWER UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS 201.39;

CLINTON ENGINEERING INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES "5,154.73;

LECTRONICS INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 136.50; LECTRONICS INC

SECURITY SERVICES 21.00; LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 5.00;

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 26.00; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 4.88; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 5.32; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

28.72; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 63.34; PRAXAIR

DISTRIBUTION INC OPERATING EQUIP RENTALS 140.75; US CELLULAR

CELL PHONE CHARGES 62.82; "VATH, GARY" FOOD & FOOD ALLOWANCE

9.00; WENDLING QUARRIES INC SURFACING MATERIALS 204.14; ALLIANT

ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "4,754.63; MEDIACOM INTERNET

SERVICES 73.40; MCI LONG DISTANCE CHARGES 0.58; PREMIER LINEN &

UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 119.16; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM

RENTAL 119.16; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 119.16;

HENDERSON PRODUCTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR "1,166.00; PREMIER

PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 46.18; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 52.80; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

118.56; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 9.31; PREMIER PARTS

INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 16.16; CLINTON ENGINEERING INC OTHER

TECHNICAL SERVICES "17,775.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL

SERVICES 97.00; CLINTON ENGINEERING INC REFUND PERMIT # 337716

350.00; ECIA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC "2,207.71; ECIA OTHER

PROFESSIONAL SERVIC "1,672.50; ECIA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC

"1,000.00; ECIA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 955.69; ECIA OTHER

PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 716.77; ECIA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 298.65;

ECIA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 298.65; MASTERCARD OPERATING EQUIP

REPAIR/MA 216.95; "MEIER, RANDALL" OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC

294.00; MASTERCARD OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 307.94; MASTERCARD

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 79.60;

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 92,779.53

POLARIS SALES INC 2015 RANGER CREW "15,265.68; FREY HAUFE CURRENT

PLC RAIL ONE 600.00;

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND: 15,865.68

COMPANY ONE SEWER REFUND 9.59; "EDENS, JENNIFER" SEWER REFUND

3.52; "MELVIN, JOHN" SEWER REFUND 136.00; UNITED HEALTHCARE

REFUND 507.68; "LANGE, SCOTT D & TIFFANY" SEWER REFUND 81.01;

"ANNEAR, LOLETA ESTATE" SEWER REFUND 88.06; "HAMMER, ROBERT H"

SEWER REFUND 8.92; "TURNER, TERRY R" SEWER REFUND 447.29;

"MCDONNELL, SHIRLEE" SEWER REFUND 50.00; "EICKERT, BETTY

ESTATE" SEWER REFUND 100.00; "DUNHAM, LANNY" SEWER REFUND

54.64; "ST ORES, DAVID SEWER REFUND 24.85; "VANDORN, BILLY" SEWER

REFUND 113.65; "KETELSEN, BETTY J" SEWER REFUND 78.14;

"TRETTIN, GLENDA" SEWER REFUND 137.73; "MAY, LAURIE" SEWER

REFUND 16.08; "WIERSEMA, RONALD" SEWER REFUND 121.05; "KRUEGER,

PATTY" SEWER REFUND 29.93; "GRAF, CHARLIE" SEWER REFUND

104.55; "STUMBAUGH, LESLIE E" SEWER REFUND 179.46; EASTERN IOWA

LIGHT-POWER UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "2,346.14; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES 80.70; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 12.00;

FASTENAL CO BUILDING SUPPLIES 57.74; FASTENAL CO BUILDING

SUPPLIES 18.82; CHEMSEARCH OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 160.00;

CLINTON ENGINEERING INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA "5,652.36;

CULLIGAN WATER CONDITION LAB SUPPLIES 44.99; IOWA AMERICAN WATER

CO WATER SERVICE 341.02; IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO WATER SERVICE

865.72; IOWA ONE CALL INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 168.70; KELLY

HEATING AND OIL GREASE/OTHER LUBR/FLUIDS 269.46; LECTRONICS INC

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 133.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC BUILDING

SUPPLIES 445.00; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 281.25;

MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC INC LAB SUPPLIES -518.86; MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC

INC LAB SUPPLIES 11.50; MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC INC LAB SUPPLIES

36.23; MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC INC LAB SUPPLIES 209.77; MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC

INC LAB SUPPLIES 301.45; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 44.47; PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO BUILDING SUPPLIES

39.28; SAFETY KLEEN OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 121.64; US

POSTMASTER NEWSLETTER "2,150.00; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES

216.95; ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "2,923.55;

ENVIRONMENTAL EXPRESS LAB SUPPLIES 342.63; ARCTIC GLACIER LAB

SUPPLIES 85.00; MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 149.90; MCI LONG

DISTANCE CHARGES 14.60; "SHIRLEY, SCOTT" LAB SUPPLIES 3.98;

NOTT CO VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 104.63; NOTT CO VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

14.97; HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES 65.92; QC

ANALYTICAL SERVICES LAB SUPPLIES 325.00; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM

R UNIFORM RENTAL 114.26; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM

RENTAL 53.20; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 115.05;

PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 37.20; O DONNELL ACE

HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 8.07; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 10.82; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 12.84;

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE "1,020.00; BODINE SERVICES OF

CLINTO OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC "2,458.35; BODINE SERVICES OF

CLINTO OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC "1,091.75; POLYDYNE INC SEWAGE

TREATMENT CHEMICAL "5,290.00; MASTERCARD WPC MEETINGS &

CONFERENCES 70.00; MASTERCARD WPC MEETINGS & CONFERENCES

70.00; MASTERCARD WPC MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 3.28; REPUBLIC

SERVICES SANITATION SUPPLIES 131.38; REPUBLIC SERVICES SANITATION

SUPPLIES 583.36; IOWA EMPLOYMENT CONFERENC MEETINGS &

CONFERENCES 215.00; BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES

131.05; AMERICAN WATER OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 847.50; HDR

ENGINEERING INC A-2013 25TH AVE N PUMPING STN "15,597.71; HDR

ENGINEERING INC B-2014 20TH AVE N PUMPING STN "28,095.23; EASTERN

IOWA TIRE INC TIRES 819.85; EASTERN IOWA TIRE INC TIRES 28.88;

EASTERN IOWA TIRE INC TIRES 26.25; LESLIE ELECTRIC INC

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 52.00; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 6.88; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

8.54; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 26.57; RHA

SERVICE INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 130.00; THOMPSON TRUCK &

TRAILER VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 158.47; GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION

SUPPLIES 62.92; GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES 387.00;

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 177.90; CANDLELIGHT MARINA OF CLI

MANAGEMENT/ADMIN FEES "10,141.90; CLINTON PRINTING INC PRINTING

SERVICES 495.00; GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES 152.47;

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO WATER SERVICE 114.52; KROS BROADCAST INC

ADVERTISING 48.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/ HEALTH CARE

SERVICES 20.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/ HEALTH CARE

SERVICES 22.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/ HEALTH CARE

SERVICES 20.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/ HEALTH CARE

SERVICES 22.00; MEDICAL ASSOCIATES MEDICAL/ HEALTH CARE

SERVICES 20.00; "TIESO, BILL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; US

CELLULAR CELL PHONE CHARGES 129.85; US CELLULAR CELL PHONE

CHARGES 111.30; ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "2,484.45;

"LAWRENCE, KATHY" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00; GATEWAY DOOR

CO BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 223.00; SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 3.80; SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 385.31; SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR

156.44; SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 224.99; SPENCER

S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE INVENTORY PARTS 372.42; MEDIACOM INTERNET

SERVICES 159.30; O REILLY AUTOMTIVE INC OIL 26.99; O REILLY

AUTOMTIVE INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 84.99; O REILLY AUTOMTIVE

INC GREASE/OTHER LUBR/FLUIDS 27.96; O REILLY AUTOMTIVE INC

VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 2.19; O REILLY AUTOMTIVE INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 27.99; MCI LONG DISTANCE CHARGES 10.17; "KOENES,

ROBERT" SAFETY EQUIPMENT 125.00; ONMEDIA ADVERTISING 504.00;

RILCO OTHER FUELS 38.96; RILCO OTHER FUELS 481.50; KMCN

ADVERTISING 200.00; 50ISH ADVERTISING 60.00; ACTERRA GROUP

OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 459.20; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM

RENTAL 40.28; PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 121.72;

PREMIER LINEN & UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 40.28; PREMIER LINEN &

UNIFORM R UNIFORM RENTAL 121.72; GILLIG LLC BUILDING SUPPLIES

1.37; CLINTON AUTO GROUP VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 25.30; PREMIER PARTS

INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 47.88; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE

PARTS/REPAIR 48.36; PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 357.32;

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 15.35; PREMIER PARTS INC

SANITATION SUPPLIES 13.74; PREMIER PARTS INC CREDIT OVERPAYMENT

-12.57; UNITY POINT CLINIC OCC ME MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE SRVS 74.00;

MASTERCARD MTA VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 105.00; "CAUTHORN,

KAREN" TRAINING 40.00; IOWA EMPLOYMENT CONFERENC MEETINGS &

CONFERENCES 215.00; GILLIG LLC 29 GILLIG BUS "394,956.00; MCI

LONG DISTANCE CHARGES 4.30;

ENTERPRISE FUND:

494,223.72

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS NON EMPLOYEE "1,257.60;

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS NON EMPLOYEE 628.80;

MEDTRAK PLAN ID#10001923 "21,553.68; MEDTRAK PLAN ID#10001924 "2,648.26;

HEALTH INSURANCE TRUST: 26,088.34

GRAND TOTAL: 724,013.19

2. Airport Commission - minutes 2/16/2015 - receive, approve and place

on file.

3. Civil Service Commission - minutes 3/11/2015 - receive, approve and

place on file.

4. Committee of the Whole - minutes 3/10/2015 - receive, approve and

place on file.

5. Tree Commission - minutes 2/12/2015 - receive, approve and place on file.

6. Clinton Fire & Rescue - January 2015 PCC Ambulance Billing Report -

receive, approve and place on file.

7. Public Works Department Work Order Report for Last 30 Days - receive,

approve and place on file.

8. Contract & Bond - Project B-2014 20th Avenue North Pumping Station &

Force Main Replacement Project - Merryman Excavation Inc. for

$4,869,005.30.

9. Contract & Bond - Project F-2015 Iowa Avenue & 16th ñ 22nd Place

Project - Clinton Engineering Company for $818,661.70.

10. Resolution No. 2015-106 accepting the bid to replace the S.C.B.A.

and associated equipment for the Clinton Fire Department.

11. Resolution No. 2015-107 approving updates to the Master Tree List.

12. Resolution No. 2015-108 approving issuance of cigarette permits.

13. Resolution No. 2015-109 approving a service agreement with Genesis

Health System for an Employee Assistance Program.

14. Resolution No. 2015-110 approving professional services agreement

with McClure Engineering Associates Inc. for construction layout

services for 20th Avenue N Pump Station & Force Main Project B-2014.

15. Resolution No. 2015-111 approving professional services agreement

with McClure Engineering Associates Inc. for construction observation

services for 20th Avenue N Pump Station & Force Main Project B-2014.

16. Resolution No. 2015-112 approving professional services agreement

with Terracon Consultants, Inc. for special material testing services

for 20th Avenue N Pump Station & Force Main Project B-2014.

17. Resolution No. 2015-113 approving amendment #1 to professional

services agreement with HDR Inc. for administrative services for 20th

Avenue N Pump Station & Force Main Project B-2014.

18. Resolution No. 2015-114 rescinding previous resolution and approving

authorization of 28E Agreement relative to road maintenance with the

City of Low Moor, Iowa and Clinton County, Iowa.

19. Resolution No. 2015-115 approving new installation or changes in

existing system for Alliant Energy Inc.

20. Resolution - Removed for Consent agenda - accepting work and

recommending payment No. 3 to Leslie Electric for Traffic Signalization

Project D-2014 at 13th Avenue North & North 11th Street.

21. Resolution No. 2015-116 approving new liquor license with Sunday

sales and outdoor service privileges for Valley Oaks and issuance of a

Class I Letter of Exemption for allowing persons under 21 in licensed

premises.

22. Resolution No. 2015-117 approving beer permit/license renewal

application for Sunny's Mart.

23. Resolution No. 2015-118 approving renewal of Class C Liquor license

and Sunday sales privilege for Wild Rose Casino.

24. Resolution No. 2015-119 approving renewal of a Class B liquor

license, Sunday sales privilege, Outdoor Sales privilege (for special

events) and issuance of a Class I Letter of Exemption for allowing

persons under 21 in licensed premises for Wild Rose Resort.

MOTIONS, RESOLUTIONS, AND ORDINANCES

4. M/S, Gassman -Rowland moved the Council adopt Resolution No.

2015-120 approving electronic bidding procedures and official

statement. On roll call, carried unanimously.

5. M/S, Wilke-Determann moved the Council adopt a Resolution

approving modification to driving lane configuration on 2nd Avenue

South, from Bluff Boulevard to South 14th Street, within the City of

Clinton, Iowa. On roll call, Rowland, Wilke, Allesee - Yes; McGraw,

Gassman, Determann, O’Neill - No. Motion failed.

In discussion before roll call, Councilmember Wilke requested the City

Engineer give the background of the project. City Engineer Jason Craft

advised the Council that a public meeting was held at the Ericksen

Center and five residents from the 41 homes along 2nd Avenue South

participated. He stated that all were opposed to the four to three lane

conversion. He continued in stating that they are concerned that

traffic will be pushed to close to the sidewalk. He further stated that

the transition would result in wider lanes. He advised that another

concern is the foliage along the roadway which would need to be trimmed

back per City ordinance. Engineer Craft stated that the intersection at

2nd Avenue South and North 11th Street is dangerous and that is where

most accidents occur. He continued in stating that with the conversion

the number of accidents should decrease. He further stated that the

greatest concern is the mailboxes and garbage pickup. He proceeded to

state that it is legal to pass in the turn lane if done carefully;

however, there is enough room to pass mail trucks in the outside lane

without going into the middle turn lane.

M/S, Determann-Rowland moved to amend the resolution to a temporary

two year conversion and at the end of the two years the City Engineer

would provide a report to the Council. On roll call, Rowland,

Determann, Allesee - Yes; McGraw, Gassman, Wilke, O’Neill - No. Motion

failed.

In discussion before roll call, Councilmember Allesee stated that this

is a good idea and a good example for 13th Avenue North. Councilmember

Wilke stated that the conversion should continue for the whole time and

if necessary, changes could be made. Councilmember O’Neill stated that

1/2 of 2nd Avenue South and 1/2 of 13th Avenue North is in his ward. He

continued in stating that there are people from his Ward who attended

the public meetings and public forums who are opposed to the conversion.

Councilmember Rowland stated that what that is forgotten is that

public safety goes beyond what people want. We have a responsibility to

provide safe vehicle travel in the community. He continued in stating

that there has been a lot of data compiled and the conversion is a good

thing to do. When we look at repair of a lot of streets we must look at

public safety. This is the best configuration to come up. Studies show

that this is a great public safety feature.

6. M/S, Allesee-O’Neill moved the Council adopt Resolution No. 2015-121

accepting the Annual Financial and Audit Report for Fiscal Year

2013-2014. On roll call, carried unanimously.

7. M/S, O'Neill-Allesee moved the Council adopt Resolution No.

2015-122 approving a lease with Midwest Business Products for a used

Sharp MX5141N. On roll call, carried unanimously.

8. M/S, McGraw-Gassman moved the Council approve the Mayor’s

appointments to Boards & Commissions. On roll call, carried unanimously.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

No Unfinished Business was brought forth.

M/S, Determann-Wilke moved to adjourn to 7:00 pm April 14, 2015. On

roll call, carried unanimously.

Mark S. Vulich

Mayor

Pat Van Loo

City Clerk

Published: April 7, 2015.

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CITY OF CLINTON

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - REGIONAL WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

DIGESTER CLEANING AND LAND APPLICATION PROJECT

To whom it may concern:

The City of Clinton is hereby giving notice that on April 14, 2015, a

public hearing will be held on the accepting of the bids for the above

mention project which has heretofore been adopted by the City Council of

the City of Clinton, Iowa. Said hearing will commence at 7:00 P.M. in

the Council Chambers at City Hall located at 611 So. 3rd Street,

Clinton, Iowa. Following is the project description:

Regional Water Reclamation Facility Digester Cleaning and Land

Application Project

At said hearing any interested persons may appear and file objections

to the bids of the said project.

Further information on the proposed project will be available before

the scheduled hearing date at the City Clerkís Office at City Hall, 611

South 3rd Street, Clinton, Iowa, or by telephoning 563-244-3421.

Published: April 7, 2015.

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