CITY OF MISSION
May 22, 2019
The Mission City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on May 22, 2019 at the Mission City Office. Members present were: Mayor Herman and Council Members Story, Littau, Marshall, and Tucker. Others present: Barry Bailey, Kevin Thanrow, Warren Arganbright, Chad Chauncey, Frank Iron Heart Jr, Angela R Iron Heart, Jena Grey, Lacey Peterson, Katherine Williams, Doug Dillon Sr, Beverly Dillon, Amanda Riley-Brave, Daniel Brave, Dolores Barron, Sharlie Colombe, Bradley Folkers Sr, and Thomas Guerue.
Motion by Story, seconded by Littau to approve the agenda as submitted. (All other motions are unanimous unless otherwise stated).
Motion by Littau, seconded by Story to approve the minutes of May 8, 2019.
Frank Iron Heart Jr and Daniel Brave expressed their interest in filling the two council seats from Ward II.
Motion by Story, no second to appoint Brad Folkers and Tom Guerue to Ward II A & B seats. Motion died for lack of second.
Motion by Littau, seconded by Tucker to hold a special election to fill vacant council seats.
Motion by Story, seconded by Tucker to approve payment of bills.
PAYROLL: Finance: $917.69; Police: $2,187.51; Maintenance: $2,199.01; Water: $2,408.46; Sewer: $1,253.98; Mayor & Council: $469.62
BILLS: Supplies: CHS, inc- $863.51; Colonial Research- $1,528.57; Flat Creek Construction- $22,935.98; John Deere Financial- $1,836.60; Mid- American Research- $441.10; Ralph’s Body Shop- $14.16; Schubauer Tire- $548.91; Voyager- $633.72; Wells Fargo Bank Credit Card- $1,542.96 Services: Assman Implement- $3,572.77; Borders Without Boundaries Rescue- $3,000.00; RST Solid Waste- $2,398.34 MVFD: Allegiant Emergency Services- $191.71; All Stop- $79.44; B & L Communications- $241.22; Cenex Zip Trip- $424.26; CHS, Inc- $679.04; Turtle Creek- $116.91; Wells Fargo Bank Credit Card- $1,621.00; Western Communications- $385.00 Deposit refunds: Charmaine Weston- $170.00
Katherine Williams asked about closing Main Street on June 13, 2019 from 12:30 to 4:30 the Circle of Life would like to have a community gathering. Council advised her it was ok as long as the businesses on Main Street were made aware of the plans.
A lengthy public comment session was held with residents, topics discussed included but not limited to street repairs, flood plain cleanup, youth activities such as baseball and the swimming pool, nuisance properties, applying for grants, and law enforcement. No motions were made.
Motion by Story, seconded by Tucker to adjourn at 7:41 p.m.
Harvey Herman Sr, Mayor
Heather Petersen, Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $35.28
Published: June 12, 2019