City of Waverly

City Council Meeting Minutes CONDENSED VERSION 08-14-2018

Mayor Mike Werner called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and led those in attendance in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Werner referenced the Open Meetings Act Poster at the entrance of the Community Meeting Hall. Council Members Chad Neuhalfen, Greg Rickers, Joe Dalton and John Hestermann were present. Other City Officials present were City Attorney Mark Fahleson, City Administrator Stephanie Fisher and City Clerk/Treasurer Clint Hlavaty. Also present were Nancy Meyer, Brandon Koll, Dan Habel, Deputy Dustin Buchheister, Captain Josh Clarke and the News Reporter Michael Wunder. Notice of the meeting and agenda were given to the Mayor and all Members of the City Council prior to the meeting. Notice of the meeting was posted at Russ’s Market Express, the US Post Office, the City Office and the City website (citywaverly.com).

CONSENT AGENDA

Motion to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Passed, Unanimous.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Emergency Medical and Fire Service Fees Hearing. Opened at 7:02 p.m.

Waverly Rescue Captain Nancy Meyer spoke about the fees currently charged and having the City research fees from other communities. Brandon Koll had some questions on the fees. Closed at 7:09 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Brandon Koll had questions on how the City handles bids and what is the process of bidding. Dan Habel asked about putting up a 10 foot fence on the back of his property that is adjacent the interstate to block noise. He knows the City has a six foot maximum height for fences and would like to see it changed.

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF CLAIMS

Motion to approve claims in the amount of $191,548.48 Passed, Unanimous.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS

Motion to approve Consideration of Resolution 18-17 a resolution to establish and charge reasonable fees for emergency medical and fire service. Passed, Unanimous.

Consideration of Resolution 18-18 a resolution approving additional Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department member Jared Rains. Passed, Unanimous.

INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES

Motion to approve first reading Consideration of Ordinance 18-09 an ordinance of the City of Waverly, Nebraska, amending Chapter 10 of the Waverly Municipal Code pertaining to business regulations and sexually oriented businesses. Passed, Unanimous.

INTRODUCTION OF BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATIONS

Motion to approve authorization of City Attorney to institute eminent domain proceeding relating to certain real property owned by Watermark Investments, LLC generally located at 9305 North 134th Street, Waverly, Lancaster County, Nebraska. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve accepting the bid from RB Electrical, LLC for exterior lighting in the amount of $2910.00, for the City Office Building. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve accepting the bid in the amount of $11043.56 from Clark Equipment Co dba Bobcat Company for a 90 inch mower and a 48 inch vibratory roller w/smooth drum. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to postpone until next Council meeting the consideration of bid from Layne Western for VFD’s at Well #4 and Well #7. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to postpone until next Council meeting the consideration of renewing League of Nebraska Municipalities Membership Dues for September 1, 2018 through August 31, 2019. Passed, Unanimous.

Discussion of 2018-2019 Budget Items. City Administrator Stephanie Fisher discussed the main requests from the following departments: Streets, Pool, Parks, General, Water, Waste Water, Cemetery.

Motion to extend the Council Meeting past 9:00pm. Passed, Unanimous.

The following Liaison Reports were given; Sheriff’s, Human Services, Public Works, Public Health, Fiscal and Economic Development and City Administrator.

Motion to Adjourn Meeting at 9:08 p.m. Passed Unanimous.

These minutes are condensed for purposes of publication. A complete set is available for public inspection during regular business hours at the City Office.

Clinton J. Hlavaty, Clerk/Treasurer

**The complete Minutes will be posted to the City website after approval at the 08-28-18 City Council Meeting.

ADP (ACH) 32,157.19; All Roads Barricades 49.10; Astro Buildings 683.28; Aramark 42.00; Ball Insurance Services 1,932.00; Bauer Built 251.46; Black Hills Energy 75.98; Blue Cross/Blue Shield 6,832.27; BW Plus Mid Nebraska Inn 89.00; Carquest 59.35; CM's Lawn Services 901.30; Custom Cooling and Heating 175.00; Core and Main 6,438.02; CS Concrete 160.84; Cubby's Inc. 1,459.90; Dearborn National 131.01; Delta Dental 640.80; Direct Tactical Fire Training 325.00; Eagle Services 97.00; Fossil Fuels 950.29; Hanna:Keelan 4,000.00; Hawkins 7,636.25; Heiman Fire Equipment 69.54; Hope Staten 296.00; Interstate all battery center 93.39; JEO Consulting Group, Inc. 13,000.09;

John Hancock (ACH) 2,117.71; Lancaster County Sheriff Office 27,639.83; LES 9,915.20; Lou's Sporting Goods 55.60; Menards 267.18; Midwest Farmers Coop 136.85; Midwest Turf and Irrigation 183.56; Millard Lumber 29.80; Murphy Tractor and Equipment 686.04; Nadia Koval 700.00; Nebraska.gov 140.00; Nebraska Landscape Solutions 527.29; One Call Concepts 98.58;

Olsson and Associates 2,665.82; Pinnacle Bank Credit Card 1,013.18; Quick Connect 1,989.70; Quik Dump Refuse 416.00; Rebecca Geren 160.55; Sandry Fire Supply 275.00; Schemmer 57,685.83; Spectrum 14.88; Total Tool 1,596.02; Union Bank and Trust Co. 2,500.00; United Healthcare 1,041.45; US Bank Equipment 134.25; US Postmaster 359.26; Waverly Plumbing 202.74; Waverly True Value 360.10.

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.