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City of Riverdale
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Firefighter Pancake Breakfast/Ride the River Event
WE STILL NEED HELP TO MAKE THE 2nd of July A GREAT SUCCESS. PLEASE CALL Scharlott Blevins 355-2511
THANK YOU For Supporting! Riverdale Volunteer Firefighters held their 1st pancake breakfast. The goal was to raise money to help purchase a Lucas chest compression device. The Lucas automatically does the chest compressions during CPR, freeing up paramedics to administer medication and monitor vitals. The current cost of a Lucas is $13,600. They raised $1767.
2nd Annual Independence Day Celebration Car Show July 2nd 1-4 p.m. Held at the end of Windsor Drive. “Quad City Cruisers” will be competing along with others. No sign up, No registration is needed to enter. Trophies will be awarded. RAIN WILL CANCEL CAR SHOW! Please Thank Our Pancake Breakfast Sponsors They made is possible to purchase all the food so that every ticket sold was profit. Also, Thank your Volunteer Firefighters for taking their Father’s Day off to help raise money for the Fire Department. Mickey’s Cafe Cribb’s Landscaping Quality Home Furniture of Moline Foundation Building Supply Boyler’s Ornamental Iron Works Allied Valve Alcoa Bettendorf Hy-Vee 1-800-Board-Up Colona Fire Allmakes Furniture QCAA Expo
SATURDAY – JULY 2ND Riverdale July 4th 2016 Celebration In case of HEAVY RAIN – CELEBRATION moved to Sunday, July 3rd 11:00 to 4:00 PM 11:00 AM
Parking available at Riverdale City Hall and Alcoa Learning Center. Parade Line Up Strollers, Bicycles, Garden Tractors, Antique Cars and Floats are welcome. Please NO ATV’s or motorized skate boards. (NO DECORATIONS PROVIDED)
National Anthem sung by Andy Sederquist from Shive-Hattery The Big Parade !!! Please avoid parking cars in the street during this time. Parking is available at City Hall, or Alcoa Learning Center, both front and back parking lots. NO PARKING IN FIRE DEPARTMENT PARKING LOT ****Food **** POT LUCK – ( Meat provided by Mickey’s Country Café for those eating at the park ONLY ) Car Show – End of Windsor Drive – Quad City Cruisers
Noon to 1:00 PM 1:00 to 4:00 PM
ICE CREAM SOCIAL – In the Gazebo Residents are asked to donate fruit pies, cookies or cupcakes for the ice cream social. (Please NO CREAM PIES.) Water is free. Ice Cream with dessert is free. 1:00 to 5:00 PM Music in Volunteer Park – Provided by “Montage” Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the music. 1:00 to 4:00 PM Miller’s Petting Zoo – The Greatest Farm Animal Show in the Midwest 1:00 to 4:00 PM Games & Entertainment Water Slide Jumping House 3 Hole Putt Baseball Throw The Joust Duck Pond 1:00 to 4:00 PM Photo “ShutterBooth” – Take a picture of yourself and friend or two. 2:00 to 4:00 PM Riverdale Free Throw Contest (9 Classes) – Prizes 2:00 to 4:00 PM Horseshoe Tournament 4:30 PM Annual Water Spray provided by the Riverdale Fire Department Wear your swimsuit and meet at the old basketball concrete pad. **** Food provided next to the Gazebo Porta Potty is located next to the Bicentennial Park parking lot. Handicap Parking available in Bicentennial Parking Lot Handicap Only. (Look for signs.) 1:00 to 3:00 PM
Riverdale’s 2016 Grand Marshall Dale Hupp By: Cheyenne Griswold Dale Hupp is a long time resident of the City of Riverdale, residing here for 42 years. He is married to Linda and they have 5 children and 8 energetic grandchildren. Dale and the town are the same glorious age of 66 years old. Dale grew up on a farm in Southeastern Iowa. He went to college at Iowa Wesleyan where he received a Major in Physics and a Minor in Math. Dale then attended University of Iowa for his degree in Mechanical Engineering. Dale loves to explore his creativity in woodworking and solving problems. Dale showed me some of his woodworking creations and they are truly works of art. Riverdale’s own Dale Hupp has one patent. Dale created and patented a tool sharpener and was able to check “creating a patent” off his bucket list. Another thing he is currently working on is a new state of the art speaker system. Dale has made many contributions to the Riverdale area. Dale lived in the Crissy House for 5 years and built his current residence on Manor Drive. He has helped support Alcoa by working there for a total of 35 and half years before retiring. After retiring he was a consultant at Alcoa for 6 years. He has worked for the Riverdale Fire Department 42 years and served as 1st Assistant Chief for 25 years. He was part of the opening of the New City Hall and has high hopes for Riverdale’s future. He told me he sees Riverdale doubling in size, the City Hall expanding to accommodate the size change, and the Community College flourishing. You will be seeing Dale Hupp, serving as the Grand Marshall, of the Riverdale’s Parade. If you or someone you know would like to be in the parade please call: 425 780-3360. Thank you and see you on July 2nd for Riverdale’s Annual 4th of July Celebration!
PUBLIC HEARINGS RIVERDALE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 7, 2016 Mayor Sonya Paddock opened the Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. on the matter of the proposal to approve and authorize execution of a Development Agreement by the City of Riverdale, Brenny’s Investments LLC, and Brenny’s Motorcycle Clinic, Inc. No written or oral objections were received. The Public Hearing was closed at 7:01 p.m. The Public Hearing on the matter of the proposal to approve and authorize execution of a Development Agreement with the City of Riverdale, Meadows Warehousing Co. Inc. and Allied Valve, Inc. was opened at 7:01 p.m. No written or oral objections were received. The Public Hearing was closed at 7:02 p.m. Council members Channon, Seaberg and Littrel were in attendance. Hupp and Halsey were absent. Also in attendance were Sue Jarvis from Meadows Warehousing, Mark Brenny from Brenny’s Motorcycle Clinic, Jamie Long from My Place, Jim Beran and Riverdale Fire Chief Floyd Bruns. All stood for the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Paddock opened a regular session of the Riverdale City Council at 7:03 p.m. Roll Call: Present: Channon, Seaberg and Littrel. Hupp and Halsey were absent. Agenda: Channon moved to approve the agenda for June 7, 2016 seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Minutes May 17 & 24, 2016: Channon noted she had made a correction to the wording in the May 24, 2016 meeting and the correction was noted in the packets. Channon moved to approve the minutes from the meeting dated May 17, 2016 and May 24, 2016 seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. Warrants: Channon asked to remove the Valley Construction warrant from the Claims List. This warrant is an agenda item under New Business. Channon moved to approve the Claims List for June 7, 2016 seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. CLAIMS LIST JUNE 7, 2016 VENDOR NAME REFERENCE TOTAL Advanced Business Systems City Hall Copier Expense $126.42 American Water Usage Data Record Pym To Dav. $2.25 Bruce Bowers Fire Dept. Convention $380.00 Century Link City Hall Telephone $197.09 Christman’s Wildlife Service Coyote Control $950.00 City of Bettendorf Road Salt 2015/2016 Season $10,684.50 City of Davenport Pym To Davenport Capital Project $54.86 Crown Trophy F.D. Misc. Expense $323.40 Emergency Medical Products F.D. Uniforms $81.63 Humane Society of Scott Co. Animal Control $100.00 Integrated Solutions Computer Expense $380.05 Mid-American Energy Street Utilities $1,151.13 Myra Halsey Janitorial Services $350.00 th Picture You Events 4 of July 2016 Expense $395.00 Piper Jaffray Financial Review Expenses $1,000.00 PS3 Enterprises Parks Porta Potties $273.00 Sandry Fire Equipment F.D. Uniforms $377.92 PS3 Enterprises Porta Potties $72.80 Schebler City Hall Air Conditioning Repair $110.00 Sonya Paddock Mileage Mayor Conference $91.80 Toyne, Inc. F.D. Vehicle Maintenance $521.36 Valley Construction
MRT Phase II Pay Estimate #8
Total General Expenses Road Use Tax Capital Reserve Sewer Sewer Capital Projects Total PAYROLL JUNE 7, 2016 Paula McIntosh Mary Frances Blevins George Miller Total
$6,795.30 $10,684.50 $57,917.59 $15.75 $54.86 $75,468.00
$1227.00 $908.64 $555.06 $2,690.70
RECEIPTS MAY 2016 Sewer Deposit Property Tax
Road Use Tax East. IA Cans Room Rent Mediacom Franchise
$3,205.56 $27.20 $30.00 $1,335.17
PRESENTATIONS: 1. Jamie Long from My Place attended the meeting to ask permission for Outdoor Sales and an outside band on June 25, 2016. The band would play from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Ms. Long stated if it became a problem for those around them the band would go inside the building to finish the evening. The band will be between My Place and Boyler’s and facing State St. There will be two security guards for the event. PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COUNCIL: Jim Beran attended the meeting to voice his displeasure of Riverdale holding the July 4th celebration on July 2, 2016. Mr. Beran also inquired about placing stop signs on the MRT trail. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: The Mayor and Council reviewed the list of Capital Improvement Plan Projects (CIP). Patrick Callahan from Callahan Consultants will attend the June 21, 2016 meeting at 6:00 p.m. for a Work Session prior to the regular council meeting. This work session will be concerning the CIP list as well as the insurance review that Mr. Callahan has been working on for Riverdale. Landscaping and mulch was discussed for the parks and around city hall. Seaberg moved to approve the playground mulch not to exceed $5,000.00 and placed in the parks before July 2, 2016. Seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. Seaberg moved to approve other landscaping not to exceed $5,000.00 seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. Discussion was held concerning previous action to pull mulch away from bricks on the building and placing edging at the sidewalk. Seaberg moved to use landscaping blocks to match the blocks in another area to keep the look uniform. Seconded by Littrel all ayes motion carried. NEW BUSINESS: Littrel moved to approve an outdoor liquor license and band for My Place on June 25, 2016 to end at midnight. Seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Channon moved to approve payment of Pay Application No. 8 to Valley Construction in the amount of $57,917.59. Seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. Seaberg moved to approve Resolution No. 2016-11 A Resolution Authorizing The Creation Of A Maintenance Fund Certificate Of Deposit Account seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. RESOLUTION NO. 2016-11 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A MAINTENANCE FUND CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNT WHEREAS, the City Council (“Council”) for the City of Riverdale (“City”) wishes to plan and reserve funds for purchases and repairs of the more expensive maintenance and improvements projects (“Large Projects”) as identified in the City’s Capital Improvements Plan; and WHEREAS, the Council intends to adopt a schedule of estimated costs of Large Projects with a projected fiscal year for completion; and
WHEREAS, a portion of the estimated costs of Large Projects will be budgeted for each year within the City’s Budget; and WHEREAS, the Council has budgeted $15,000 in Fiscal Year 2016 for roof replacement reserve with an estimated cost of $50,000 in the next 3 years and wishes to begin reserving funds for this and other Large Projects; and WHEREAS, the Council desires to reserve funds for Large Projects by opening a maintenance certificate of deposit (CD) at Wells Fargo Bank to begin saving funds for Large Projects. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RIVERDALE, IOWA by approval of Resolution 2016-11, the Council Directs and Authorizes the Mayor and City Clerk to open a Certificate of Deposit Special Fund Account with Wells Fargo Bank designated named the “Maintenance Projects Fund” in the amount of $15,000.00 in Fiscal Year 2016. Seaberg moved to approve Resolution No. 2016-13 A Resolution Approving And Authorizing Execution Of A Development Agreement By And Among The City Of Riverdale, Brenny’s Investments LLC, And Brenny’s Motorcycle Clinic, Inc. Seconded by Littrel all ayes motion carried. This Resolution will be posted on the Riverdale bulletin boards due to its length. Channon moved to approve Resolution No. 2016-14 A Resolution Approving And Authorizing Execution Of A Development Agreement By And Among The City Of Riverdale, Meadows Warehousing Co Inc. And Allied Valve, Inc. Seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. This Resolution will be posted on the Riverdale bulletin boards due to its length. Seaberg moved to hire Brian Ballard to assist Riverdale Maintenance George Miller on two projects that require two persons for safety reasons. Seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. Seaberg moved to approve Mayor, Council and staff to attend the Iowa League of Cities Annual Conference. Seconded by Littrel all ayes motion carried. COMMUNICATION FROM THE COUNCIL AND OTHER OFFICIALS: Mayor Paddock received a phone call from Penny Steen stating that Dorothy Smith has passed. The family would like to put a bench along the MRT Trail in the Haven’s Acre area in her honor. Mayor Paddock reminded everyone there will be a Work Session beginning at 6:00 p.m. on June 21, 2016 before the scheduled council meeting. Mayor Paddock will be on Paula Sands Live on June 15, 2016 talking about the Ride The River Event and the Riverdale Firemen’s Breakfast for that event. Mayor Paddock stated Randy Bowers from the Riverdale Fire Department won 1st place in the ground and overhead water fights that were hosted by Riverdale on June 5, 2016. Mayor Paddock received a phone call from a Bettendorf resident stating there is a dead tree on Riverdale property that may fall on his home if not cut down. Mayor Paddock will look into this matter. If it is an immediate hazard Mayor Paddock will call a tree removal service and have the tree removed immediately. If not an immediate hazard this item will be on the next agenda. Littrel moved to adjourn at 8:25 p.m. Seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Sonya Paddock Mayor Attested By: Paula McIntosh, City Clerk WORK SESSION & RIVERDALE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES Mayor Paddock opened the Riverdale Work Session at 6:00 p.m. Channon moved to approve the agenda for the Work Session with reversing items 1 & 2 seconded by Hupp. All ayes motion carried. The presenter for the work session was Patrick Callahan from Callahan Consultants, LLC. Others in attendance were Riverdale Fire Chief Floyd Bruns, Riverdale Maintenance George Miller and resident Steven Townsend. Mr. Callahan presented a review and analysis of Riverdale’s insurance coverage. Mr. Callahan reviewed his suggestions. Mr. Callahan handed out a Capital Improvements Planning Process (CIP) outline and a spread sheet to rate the projects by importance. Mr.
Callahan asked the council to review the spread sheet and at a later date the projects will be listed by need, funds and importance to Riverdale. The work session ended at 7:00 p.m. All stood for the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mayor Paddock opened a regular session of the Riverdale City Council at 7:07 p.m. Roll Call: Present: Channon, Hupp, Seaberg, Littrel and Halsey Agenda: Channon moved to approve the agenda for June 21, 2016 seconded by Hupp. All ayes motion carried. Minutes June 21, 2016: Channon made a correction to the June 7, 2016 minutes. In the Public Hearing it was stated Hupp was in attendance. It should have said Channon was in attendance. Channon also noted two wording errors. Channon moved to approve the minutes from the meeting dated June 7, 2016 with said corrections seconded by Littrel. Channon – aye, Hupp – abstain, Seaberg – aye, Littrel – aye, Halsey – abstain. Motion carried. Warrants: Channon moved to approve the warrants for June 21, 2016 seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. VENDOR NAME AAA Storage & RV Parking Advanced Business Systems Advanced Systems, Inc. Aflac American Water Century Link City of Bettendorf City of Davenport City of DeWitt Cribbs Landscaping Decco Eastern Iowa Community College EFTPS Grainger Institute of Public Affairs Iowa American Water Iowa League of Cities Iowa One Call Ipers Jumpin Joey’s K&K True Value Hardware K&K True Value Hardware K&K True Value Hardware K&K True Value Hardware K&K True Value Hardware Keltek M&M Golf Cars Mary Mosiman, Auditor State Mediacom Mid-American Energy MSA Quad City Times & Journal Racom Republic Services River Bend Plumbing Services River Bend Plumbing Services Stanley, Lande & Hunter Withholding Tax Processing Tri-State Fire Control
CLAIMS LIST JUNE 21, 2016 REFERENCE Storage Rental Copies Charge Laserfiche Contract Aflac Pre-Tax Utilities City Hall Telephone City Hall/FD Fire Dept. Fuel Pmt. Dav. Cap Projects Street Sweeper Parks/City Hall Mowing Traffic Control FD Training Fed/Fica Tax Park Maintenance Policy Handbook Park Utilities Membership Dues City Hall Misc. Expense Ipers 4th of July 2016 Celebration Streets Misc. Expense Park Repairs Parks Misc. Expense Storm Sewer Repairs City Hall Misc. Expense Vehicle Operations FD Golf Cart Rental 4th July 2016 Audit Ending June 30, 2015 Computer Expense Utilities Parks Engineering Sewer City Hall Publishing Vehicle Operation FD Garbage Contract MRT Install Water Meter Video Storm Sewer Pipe Legal Expenses State Tax F.D. Vehicle Maintenance
TOTAL $75.00 $97.98 $2,046.00 $167.84 $230.33 190.88 $34.26 $51.55 $19,000.00 $2,214.50 $79.50 $400.00 $1,892.71 $75.45 $33.50 $90.32 $386.00 $22.50 $1,134.92 $540.00 $57.28 $37.03 $52.72 $45.49 $10.87 $3,709.68 $85.00 $3,965.57 $55.30 $17.10 $198.25 $145.56 $8,350.02 $3,098.98 $2,150.00 $89.00 $1,725.00 $696.00 $400.00
Tri-State Fire Control Valley Construction Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Total General Expenses Road Use Tax Capital Reserve Sewer Sewer Capital Projects Total PAYROLL JUNE 21, 2016 Paula McIntosh Mary Frances Blevins George Miller Schar Blevins Sonya Paddock Total
Vehicle Operation FD Pay Est. 9 Street Misc. Expense Parks Misc. Expense City Hall Misc. Expense NPDES Permit City Hall Office Supplies Postage F.D. Misc. Expense
$860.78 $574.27 $382.71 $399.18 $748.54 $6,423.58
Cheryl Channon Linda Hupp George Seaberg Doug Littrel Dean Halsey
$186.75 $29,560.00 $42.56 $42.57 $42.57 $6.16 $67.80 $6.68 $48.52 $51,485.52 $2.81 $31,710.00 $405.82 $51.55 $83,655.70
$691.62 $691.62 $691.62 $691.62 $691.62
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Hupp moved to table action on the CIP and other maintenance projects seconded by Channon. All ayes motion carried. Channon moved to go out for bids and ask MSA to do specs for a maintenance building seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried. NEW BUSINESS: Hupp moved to approve an alcohol request for July 9, 2016 seconded by Halsey. All ayes motion carried. Hupp moved to repair the broken playground equipment at Bicentennial Park seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Proposals were received from Meyer Landscaping for redoing plant beds at Volunteer Square Park. Littrel moved to approve the proposal seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Littrel moved to approve Resolution No. 2016-12 A Resolution Approving Payment of Outstanding Invoices After The June 21, 2016 Council Meeting And Before July 1, 2016 (The End Of The Fiscal Year) seconded by Halsey. All ayes motion carried.
RESOLUTION NO. 2016-12 A RESOLUTION APPROVING PAYMENT OF OUTSTANDING INVOICES AFTER THE JUNE 21, 2016 COUNCIL MEETING AND BEFORE JULY 1, 2016 (THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR) BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RIVERDALE, IOWA, that any outstanding invoices of budgeted items that come to the clerk’s office following the meeting of June 21, 2016 but before July 1, 2016 (the end of the fiscal year) be approved for payment.
Hupp moved to approve payment of Pay Application No. 9 to Valley Construction in the amount of 29,560.00 seconded by Channon. All ayes motion carried. Littrel moved to approve hiring the State Auditor for the Annual Examination for the year ending June 30, 2016 seconded by Seaberg. All ayes motion carried. Mayor Paddock reviewed the Auditor’s Report that was recently completed for year ending June 30, 2015. Mayor Paddock stated it was the best report she has seen for Riverdale. Halsey moved to approve the purchase of a Hedge Trimmer Attachment not to exceed $250.00 seconded by Littrel. All ayes motion carried.
Seaberg moved to set a rain date for the Riverdale Independence Day Celebration which is scheduled for July 2, 2016. Rain date will be July 3, 2016. Seconded by Halsey. All ayes motion carried. COMMUNICATION FROM THE COUNCIL AND OTHER OFFICIALS:
Channon reported a deer had been caught between the Alcoa fence and the fenced portion of the MRT. Channon asked if portions of the fence could be lowered so if it happened again an animal could escape over the fence. Mayor Paddock will look into this matter. Mayor Paddock stated Riverdale resident Larry Wolff passed away. Mayor Paddock thanked Dale Hupp for helping out while Maintenance George Miller was on vacation. Mayor Paddock stated the Riverdale Fire Department Pancake Breakfast held in conjunction with the Ride the River Event was a success. Mayor Paddock will have the final tally at a later date. The proceeds will go towards a Lucas Chest Compression Device. New resident Maggie Iverson won the 50/50 raffle at the Pancake Breakfast. Maggie was kind enough to donate her winnings to the Riverdale Fire Fighter’s Association. Mayor Paddock thanked councilmen Littrel, Halsey and resident Montie Halsey for building the 3 hole putt putt golf for the Ride the River Event. This putt putt golf will also be used for the 4th of July activities. Seaberg moved to adjourn at 8:19 p.m. seconded by Halsey. All ayes motion carried. Sonya Paddock Mayor Attested By: Paula McIntosh, City Clerk
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Council &Their Committee Appointments: Sonya Paddock (355-6363) - Mayor Cheryl Channon (332-4730)- Mayor ProTem, Contracts & Budget Dean Halsey (355-2013) - Infrastructure, Parks & Safety Linda Hupp (355-3386) - Parks, Contracts & Budget Doug Littrel (209-7479) - Infrastructure, & NPDES Management, George Seaberg (359-1835) - Safety, NPDES Management Infrastructure Lou Wren (355-1300) - Zoning Inspector. Please contact him regarding any Construction projects. City Hall (563)355-2511
Financial Report for May 2016 May Beginning Balance May Ending Balance
= $ 1,373,530.27 = $ 1,113,435.90
General Fund Special Revenue Fund Propriety (Sewer) Fund Capital Project Fund Debt Service TIF
= = = = = =
$ 466,172.56 $ 84,236.27 $ 120,636.53 $ 434,982.13 $ -658.42 $ 8,066.83 $ 1,113,435.90