TENTATIVE AGENDA

Earlham City Council Meeting

November 13, 2017

The Earlham City Council will meet in regular session on Monday, November 13, 2017, 7:00 p.m., at Earlham City Hall, 150 S Chestnut Avenue, Earlham, Iowa

  1. Approval of Agenda
  2. Consider approval of appointment to fill council vacancy and swearing in of new council member.
  3. Public Forum – The Mayor and Council welcome comments from the public on topics not on the agenda. The Mayor may limit each speaker to five minutes.
  4. Consent Agenda:
    1. Minutes of October 9, 2017 Council meeting
    2. November 13, 2017 Treasurer’s report
    3. November 13, 2017 Claim & Receipts report
    4. 2017 Annual Urban Renewal Report
    5. West Side Bar & Grille Liquor License # LC0042163 with Sunday Sales and Outdoor Service
    6. Resolution No. 17-23 Setting Wage For Lynn Boyle, Public Works Employee #3 Effective Feb 6, 2017
    7. Resolution No. 17-24 Setting Wages For Earlham Public Library Employees Effective July 1, 2017.
    8. Resolution No. 17-26 Naming Official Depositories
  5. Boards, Commission, Committee Reports
    1. Finance Committee
  6. Department Reports
    1. Public Works - Gary Coffman, Public Works Supervisor
    2. Police - Police Chief Jason Heimdal
  7. OLD BUSINESS
    1. Consider approval of First Reading of Ordinance No. 394, An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Earlham, Iowa, Chapter 41.14 Fireworks.
    2. Consider approval of First Reading of Ordinance No. 396, An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Earlham, Iowa, Chapter 165 Increasing Fee for Appeal to Board of Adjustment and Clarifying Residency Requirements for Board Members
    3. Mike Anthony, Shive Hattery – water tower report
  8. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Consider approval of Resolution No. 17-25 Amending the Earlham Personnel Policy By Adding Article X.I Bereavement Leave.
    2. Consider recommendation by Earlham Planning & Zoning Commission to approve Arnburg Estates Final Plat.
    3. Consider approval of request from Justin Appenzeller, 740 NE 5th Street, for sewer credit due to lawn watering.
    4. Brenda Hollingsworth, Madison County Historical Society – Community Heart & Soul
    5. Discussion on SICOG Annual CEDS survey
    6. Mike Golightly storm water issue
    7. Amy Willem – Christmas Tree at intersection of Chestnut Avenue and First Street
  9. Mayor’s Report
  10. Clerk’s Report
  11. Council comments/discussion
  12. Adjourn