The Floyd County Board of Supervisors met for regular session at on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 in the Board Room of the Floyd County Courthouse with the following in attendance:Chairman Dunkel, Supv. Enabnit and Supv. Staudt.
Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the agenda as presented.Motion carried 3-0.
Staudt/Enabnit moved to approve the March 22, 23, 29 and April 5, 2010 minutes.Motion carried 3-0.
Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the following claims:County #2792-2978 including reducing the quarterly payment for Area Development to $3,900 and to hold off paying $6,000 to the Nora Springs Ambulance until Bridget Edson, Emergency Management Coordinator, confirms the grant is needed, Secondary Roads #12400-12453, and MH-DD #59017-59041.Motion carried 3-0.
Staudt/Enabnit moved to set a public hearing and first reading of Ordinance #2010-2 RAGBRAI Commercial Booth Sale of Food and Other Merchandise for April 27 at 9:15 a.m.Motion carried 3-0.
At 9:19 a.m., the public hearing regarding the FY10 Budget Amendment opened.The Auditor reported that there were no oral or written comments about the amendment.Four people attended the hearing.Discussion included amendments in revenues for the County Engineer, Public Health, and General Services departments, amendments in expenses for the Sheriff, Medical Examiner, Public Defender, Public Health, and General Services departments and the most significant changes due to the bond revenue and expenses for road projects.The hearing closed at 9:23 a.m.Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the Floyd County FY10 Budget Amendment.Motion carried 3-0.
Staudt/Enabnit moved to approve Resolution #12-10 Appropriation Changes for FY10 as identified for certain departments due to the budget amendment.Motion carried 3-0.
The public hearing regarding Floyd County Ordinance #2010-1 Prohibiting Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages by Underage Individuals opened at 9:30 a.m. The Auditor reported that she received no written or oral comments in favor of or opposed to the published ordinance prior to today’s meeting.Four people attended the hearing.Discussion included this ordinance providing law enforcement with authority to handle minors using alcohol and underage drinking statistics with respect to health.The hearing closed at 9:33 a.m.Staudt/Enabnit motioned to approve the first reading of Ordinance #2010-1 Prohibiting Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages by Underage Individuals.Roll call vote:Staudt/Enabnit/Dunkel-all ayes.Motion carried 3-0.Enabnit/Staudt motioned to waive the second and third reading of Ordinance #2010-1 and approve the ordinance as final, passed adopted and approved.Roll call vote:Enabnit/Dunkel/Staudt-all ayes.Motion carried 3-0.
Staudt/Enabnit moved to approve the Iowa Dept of Transportation Secondary Road Budget for FY11.Motion carried 3-0.
Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the Iowa Dept of Transportation Secondary Road 5-year Construction Program.Motion carried 3-0.
Dusten Rolando, County Engineer, Brian Chambers and the Board discussed Chambers’ interest in tiling into the main tile of Drainage District #34.Discussion included the lay of the land with respect to the current drainage district area and Chambers’ property, annexing Chambers property into the drainage district, potential costs to the adjacent property owner by adding more of his property to the district if Chambers is annexed in, the feasibility of a permanent easement with a maintenance “tag” for Chambers, and making sure the Iowa Code requirements for drainage district are met.Supv Dunkel will visit with Normand Klemesrud, County Attorney, to see if he is willing to take on drainage district issues.Rolando will visit with an attorney from Pottawattamie County about this drainage issue as well as others.
Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the bid from Allied Manatts Group, LLC for 81,450 ton of limestone surfacing at $8.89/ton totaling $724,090.50.Motion carried 3-0.
The Board opened and reviewed bids from five dealers for six different Compact Tract Loaders.Bids, allowing for trade-in, ranged from $51,979 from Dieke Implement to $61,701.46 from Ziegler.Staudt/Enabnit moved to authorize the County Engineer to review bid specifications and purchase a Compact Tract Loader at the lowest price with a trade-in and that it also meets the specifications.Motion carried 3-0.
Rolando provided foreman’s minutes and discussed with the Board the bridge project schedule and various road projects. Bids were opened yesterday for a road project on T38 south of the Mitchell County line.Croell had the low bid at $31,800 with a late start date is the 26th.The Triumph Avenue project was discussed.Supv Staudt commented that Jim Hebel inquired about having 240th St by Midway graded.Rolando said crews were spot grading last week and crews will continue to do touchups.Supv Dunkel asked for a list of FY11 road projects with the TIF money.Supv Staudt and Supv Dunkel each received a complaint from the same rural resident who took garbage and recyclables to the collection site and was told the garbage bins were full so they had to take the garbage home.Rolando informed the Board that the bins on two Saturdays were full by 3 p.m.People doing spring cleaning may be causing the bins to fill up faster.Rolando does not believe this will continue to be an issue so he is not planning for Jendro’s to do any additional pickup of garbage.Rolando informed the Board about a residential request to place stop signs on all three sides of the T-intersection at Third Avenue and the Farm to Market road extension in the city of Floyd due to the heavy traffic traveling in excess of the speed limit and concerns of children playing getting hit.Rolando said the first thing he always tells people is that it is a road where children should not be playing.Per the 28E agreement for the Farm to Market road, it is the County’s decision to place stop signs but they are generally not placed on through streets on these types of roads.Rolando believes this may be more of an enforcement issue and will speak with Sheriff Lynch about having deputies patrol the area more heavily or possibly using the mobile speed sign in the area to make drivers aware of their speed approaching the city limits.
A motion was made by Supervisor Staudt and seconded by Supervisor Enabnit to adjourn.Motion carried 3-0.