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Lakeside residents please help monitor park areas for vandalism. There has been problems with Port-a-Pot damage and flower destruction. Please call the Sheriff (Sheriff’s Non- Emergent Phone Number 712-749-2530) or City Hall (City Hall’s phone number 712-732-6601) if you see anything suspicious. Or call 911 if immediate or urgent attention is needed.

Dog licenses are available and are mandatory per city ordinance.

CITY MONTHLY FINANCES ARE AVAILAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

ACH for bill paying is now available.

All recyclable bins must be the large bin.

Consumer Confidence Report available upon request for review.

NO SPRING CLEANUP  FOR THIS YEAR 2018 WILL REASSESS IN THE FALL

City Minutes

THE LAKESIDE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING WAS HELD JUNE 12, 2018 AT 7:06 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE FY 17-18 BUDGET AMENDMENT IN THE LAKESIDE CITY HALL WHICH WAS AT 7:00 P.M.

 

MAYOR POMRENKE OPENED THE MEETING WITH THE FOLLOWING COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: BRUNGARDT, RUST, BRASHEARS, IEHL AND LAURSEN. ALSO, PRESENT WAS D. JENNETT P.C. CITY ATTORNEY, K. ROY DEPUTY CLERK, A. HANSON, RESIDENT AND L. LAURSEN CITY SUPERINTENDENT. THE RADIO AND NEWSMEDIA HAD BEEN NOTIFIED AND NOTICE POSTED. MAYOR POMRENKE LEAD THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIENCE.

 

THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR FY 17-18 WAS OPENED AT 7:00 P.M. THERE WERE NO OBJECTIONS EITHER WRITTEN OR ORAL. AMENDMENTS WERE MADE ON EXPENSES SPENT FOR THE NEW LIFT STATION AND IN CITY SERVICES RELATED TO GARBAGE PICKUP. REVENUES WERE THERE TO OFFSET EXPENSES THRU RESIDENTIAL BILLING AND THE SRF LOAN. A MOTION TO CLOSE THE HEARING WAS MADE BY BRASHEARS AND SECONDED BY RUST. AYES: ALL. M/C. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED AT 7:05 P.M.

 

THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING WAS OPENED AT 7:06 P.M. THERE WERE NO PUBLIC COMMENTS.

 

A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS COUNCIL MEETING WAS MADE BY RUST AND SECONDED BY BRUNGARDT. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

A MOTION TO APPROVE THE WARRANTS AS WERE SENT IN THE AGENDA WAS MADE BY RUST AND SECONDED BY BRASHEARS. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

A MOTION TO APPROVE THE FY 17-18 BUDGET AMENDMENT WAS MADE BY LARSON AND SECONDED BY BRUNGARDT. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

COUNCILMAN RUST TALKED TO THE COUNCIL ABOUT A TORNADO SIREN FOR BELAIR. HE HAD VISITED WITH A. BARRITT AND AT THIS TIME THERE IS NO FUNDING AVAILABLE AND THE COST FOR A NEW SIREN WOULD RUN 10 TO 12 THOUSAND DOLLARS. MAYBE NEXT YEAR IN THE SPRING LAKESIDE COULD APPLY FOR A BV COUNTY FOUNDATION GRANT FOR ASSISTANCE AS THE SIREN WOULD HELP NOT ONLY BELAIR BUT SOUTH SHORE ALSO. PUT A NOTE TO READDRESS THE TOPIC NEXT SPRING.

 

A CITY TRUCK ESTIMATE WAS RECEIVED FROM EDWARDS FOR $39, 800 AND MEETS THE CRTERIA THAT THE CITY WAS LOOKING FOR. TRUCK HAS 4X4, UTILITY BED AND A 5 YR / 60,000 MILE WARRANTY. TRUCK IS WHITE AND IS A DODGE RAM. AN ESTIMATE WAS REQUESTED FROM RASMUSSENS BUT THEY SAID THEY COULDN’T COMPETE AND PASSED. ALSO DISCUSSED WAS THE CITIES OLD PICKUP AS EDWARDS WAS NOT INTERESTED IN A TRADE. CITY COULD SELL PRIVATELY BY TAKING BIDS. COUNCIL INSTRUCTED LARSEN TO CHECK WITH EDWARDS ON THE SPECIFICS OF THE TRUCK AND MAKE SURE HIS QUOTE HAS WHAT HE NEEDS AND WANTS ON THE TRUCK. A MOTION TO MOVE AHEAD WITH THE DODGE TRUCK WITH UTILITY BED WAS APPROVED BY BRUNGARDT AND SECONDED BY RUST. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

EMPLOYEE PAY RAISES HAD BEEN GIVEN LAST YEAR AND COUNCIL WAS UNANIMOUS THAT NO SALARY INCREASES OR COST OF LIVING RAISES WILL BE GIVEN THIS YEAR. RUST STATED HOLD OFF TILL NEXT YEAR AND BRASHEARS WAS AGREEABLE.

 

MAYOR POMRENKE HAD THE CANOPY CHECKED ON THE FRONT OF CITY HALL AND BECAUSE THIS IS A TORNADO SHELTER THERE IS NO WAY TO ALTER THE CANOPY WITHOUT DISTURBING THE SHELTER STRUCTURE.

 

THE INTAKE AT 102 BIRCH ST. WAS DISCUSSED. L. LAURSEN DISCUSSED THE FINDINGS OF THE INTAKE AND THE SOLUTION. THE INTAKE IS TOO DEEP AND IT IS NOT KNOWN HOW OR WHERE THE PROBLEM IS. PEDERSON CONSTRUCTION GAVE AN ESTIMATE OF $4200 TO RUN A NEW TILE ACROSS TO AN EXISTING LINE. THIS WOULD PROBABLY BE MORE COST EFFECTIVE AND LESS TIME CONSUMING.  EASEMENTS WOULD BE NEEDED FROM THE HOMEOWNERS AFFECTED WITH THE WORK AND LEGAL WILL DRAW UP EASEMENTS AFTER HES GIVEN THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF OWNERS INVOLVED. A MOTION TO MOVE FORWARD ON THE PROJECT WAS MADE BY RUST AND SECONDED BY BRUNGARDT. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

MATT AND ASHLEY HANSON APPLIED FOR A BUILDING PERMIT FOR A SHED FOR STORAGE AND SHED IS 10 X 16 IN SIZE, WHICH IS LARGER THAN WHAT HAS BEEN ALLOWED IN THE CITY. LEGAL REVIEWED THE ORDINANCES AND THE SHED IS CONSIDERED A STRUCTURE AND LOTS MUST NOT HAVE MORE THAN 40% OF THE LOT COVERED. DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE LOT THIS SHED WOLD BE ALLOWED AND THE HOMEOWNERS ARE REMOVING THE SHED THAT IS CURRENTLY THERE TO REPLACE WITH A NEW ONE. PERMIT CAN BE APPROVED BY THE CITY SUPT.

 

THE CITY HAS RECEIVED A REQUEST FOR THE STAR-SPANGLED SPECTACULAR FOR A FIREWORKS DONATION. THEY WOULD LIKE A MATCHING OR INCREASED DONATION. A MOTION FROM BRASHEARS AND A SECOND FROM BRUNGARDT TO GIVE A MATCHING DONATION OF $250.00 WAS MADE. AYES: ALL. M/C.

 

THE OMNI SITE OMNIADVANTAGE ANNUAL PLAN WAS DISCUSSED. THEY ARE ASKING $165.00 ANNUAL FEE TO PROTECT THE HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND RADIO BOARD FOR THE LIFE OF OUR ACCOUNT. IN ADDITION, OUR ACCOUNT WILL RECEIVE A NEW GUARDDOG 2.0 MOBILE APPLICATION, TRAINING AND MORE. AFTER DISCUSSION THE COUNCIL WOULD LIKE THE CITY SUPT TO DO SOME FURTHER CHECKING AS THE LIFT STATON ALARMS DID NOT GO TO HIS PHONE THIS WEEK AS HAS IN THE PAST AND WHEN CHECKING WITH OMNI THEY STATED THEY HAVENT BEEN RECEIVING INFORMATION FROM THE LIFT STATION SINCE MAY 26. NO ONE CONTACTED THE CITY TO LET US KNOW SOMETHING WAS WRONG.

 

METAL ROOFING WAS DISCUSSED AS AN UNUSUAL PERMIT APPLICATION WAS RECEIVED. APPLICATION WAS SIGNED AS THERE ARE NO ORDINANCES THAT REGULATE THAT REQUEST. LEGAL STATES THERE IS ONLY SO MUCH A CITY CAN REGULATE.

 

NO STAFF AND COMMITTEE REPORTS.

 

EMERGENCY MANAGER COORDINATER A. BARRITT REQUESTS THE CITY SET UP A PUBLIC HEARING TO ADOPT A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN FOR BV COUNTY. THE PUBLIC HEARING IS SET FOR JULY 10, 18 AT 7:00 P.M.

 

COUNCIL NOTED FLOWERS AND CARE OF THEM DONE BY W. WILSON.

 

THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING IS JULY 10, 18 AT 7:00 P.M.

 

WITH NO FURTHER BUSINESS TO DISCUSS A MOTION TO ADJOURN WAS MADE BY RUST AND SECONDED BY BRUNGARDT. AYES: ALL. M/C. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:04 P.M.

 

 

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