KIESTER CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
Monday July 10, 2017
THESE ARE UNAPPROVED MINUTES UNTIL APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL
The Kiester City council held a regular meeting on Monday July 10, 2017.
Mayor Trytten called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm. Members present were Mayor Doug Trytten, council members Rick Stoneman, Larry Dahleen, and Gary Skartland. Clerk Doris Troll, Members from the public in attendance were Marcia Dahleen, Jan Engebretson, and Matt Bindert.
Agenda: Motion to accept agenda with additions Building permits by Stoneman seconded by Dahleen, vote 3-0 motion carried.
Council minutes: Motion to accept June 26, 2017 Council minutes with changes by Dahleen seconded by Stoneman vote 3-0 motion carried.
Claims: A motion by Stoneman seconded by Dahleen to approve the claims of $29,362.54 Vote of 3-0 motion carried.
Past Due water billing: Motion to shut off on 7-26-2017 by Stoneman seconded by Dahleen. Vote 3-0, motion carried.
Building Permits: Motion to approve building permits for C Almberg, C Engebretson, and M Michaelis, Stoneman seconded by Dahleen, vote 3-0, motion carried.
Payloader presentation: Matt Bindert, was here from Zigler/ Cat to present the council with a payloader. No action was taken at this time.
Public Input: a resident was questioning the mess on some of the properties and if the council could do something about it.
Maintenance report: Ulland is done with 6th Street and patching of 8th street. Gary has been in contact with Pearson Seal coating to see what needs to be done. Rural Water had been her to do the mapping of the water shutoffs. And upon finishing there are caps missing and stand pipes that are bent and should be repaired.
Gary will be out of the office on Thursday 7-13 for an all-day water training session. The council asked if they had any final reports from Empire Pipe, Gary was also asked to take the ford plow truck over to Khroneberg’s and have them go through the whole truck and give us a list of repairs that need to be done.
Clerk update: the clerk asked the council how much LP they wanted to contract with CFS and left it up to the clerk to determine what we will need for this winter.
Here was motion by Stoneman seconded by Dahleen to adjourn the meeting. Vote carried 3-0.
Respectfully submitted by
Doris M Troll
City Clerk/ Treasurer