City of Waverly

City Council Meeting Minutes CONDENSED VERSION

10-09-2018

Council Member Greg Rickers (Acting Mayor) called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and led those in attendance in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Council Member Greg Rickers referenced the Open Meetings Act Poster at the entrance of the Community Meeting Hall. Council Members Chad Neuhalfen, Joe Dalton and John Hestermann were present. Mayor Mike Werner was absent due to his attendance at the Lancaster County Public Hearing for the 1 and 6 Year Road and Bridge Plan meeting. Other City Officials present were Assistant City Attorney Anthony Aerts, City Administrator Stephanie Fisher and City Clerk/Treasurer Clint Hlavaty. Also present were Tracy Stake 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 U.S. Post Office, the City Office and the City website (citywaverly.com).

CONSENT AGENDA

Motion to approve the Consent Agenda as presented (Approval of Minutes from the September 25, 2018 City Council Meeting). Passed, Unanimous.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

None

PUBLIC COMMENTS

None

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF CLAIMS

Motion to approve Group A claims in the amount of $39,362.22. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve Group B claims in the amount of $2,699.70. Council Member Greg Rickers abstained from voting to prevent a potential conflict of interest. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve Group C claims in the amount of $158,508.79. Passed, Unanimous.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS

Motion to approve Resolution 18-26 a resolution approving speed limit and stop sign placement generally located at Saint Ronan Street and N. 141st Street. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve Resolution 18-27 a resolution to petition the County of Lancaster Nebraska to remove any county designation of Amberly Road lying between Highway 6 and North 148th Street as the named truck route; to revoke any city designation of Amberly Road lying between Highway 6 and North 148th Street as the named truck bypass route; to recommend to the County of Lancaster, Nebraska that Fletcher Avenue lying between North 84th Street and North 148th Street be paved and designated as the named county truck route; to demonstrate the City’s commitment to exploring opportunities for cost-sharing paving and traffic safety improvement projects with the County of Lancaster, Nebraska; and to signal the City’s intent to engage in further studies related to relieving traffic congestion within city limits. Passed, Unanimous.

INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES

None

INTRODUCTION OF BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATIONS

Motion to approve the Agreement for Multi-Material Drop-Off Site Location between the City of Lincoln, City of Waverly, Waverly School District No.145 and HoneyCreek Restaurant. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve the donation of two family seasonal swim passes to the Waverly High School Cheerleaders for the Susan G. Komen Fundraiser. Passed, Unanimous.

Motion to approve an agreement for testing observation Watermark Addition with Olsson Associates, the amount not to exceed $38,347.00. Passed, Unanimous.

Discussion and possible solutions to workmanship by Constructor’s INC, and project oversight by Schemmer Associates on recent street repairs on 143rd Street, Folkestone Street, and Amberly Road including sidewalks, walking paths and driveway approaches, etc.

Council Member John Hestermann gave details of current standing of workmanship. Resident Tracy Stake provided pictures and comments about his property before and after Constructor’s completed work. The following Liaison Reports were given; Public Health and City Administrator.

Motion to Adjourn Meeting at 7:44 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 10-23-18 City Council Meeting.

Group A: ADP (ACH) 22,628.46; BobCat Company 11,043.56; Huber Technology Inc. 3,555.64; John Hancock (ACH) 2,134.56. Total: 39,362.22.

Group B: Stonebrook Roofing, Inc. 2,699.70. Total: 2,699.70.

Group C: Black Hills Energy 102.61; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NE 8,877.37; CM Custom lawns 552.00; Core and Main 3,063.75; Cubby's 1,760.05; Delta Dental 698.54; Dearborn National 78.59; Dunrite Homes 1,350.00; Eagle Services 97.00; EMS Billing 499.99; FEH Billing 585.90; Fossil Fuels 1,106.59; Hope Staten 1,098.24; JEO 30,791.49; LARM 51,629.67; LES 3,628.63; Menards 139.14; Midwest Farmers Cooperative 32.00; Midwest Office Automations 109.14; Nebraska Landscape Solutions 1,493.67; One Call Concepts 100.14; Pavers 60.03; Railroad Management Company 706.23; Rembolt, Ludtke LLC 300.00; Quick Connect Computer Service 3,093.00; Quick Dump Refuse Inc 416.00; Secured Data Services 114.00; Schemmer 40,193.17; Shaffer Commu-nications 2,550.90; Spectrum Business Services 22.55; Union Bank 3,000.00; U. S. Bank Equipment 134.25; Waverly True Value 124.15. Total: 158,508.79.

Grand Total of A, B and C: 200,570.71.

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