Mayor Broderson called the City Council meeting for Thursday, January 19, 2017, to order at 7:00 p.m. Councilmembers present were Rehwaldt, Fitzgerald, Natvig, Saucedo, Harvey, and Spread.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Consent Agenda approved as follows:

* Regular City Council Minutes - January 5, 2017

* In-Depth City Council Minutes - January 12, 2017

* Request on first and second reading for a Class "C" Native Wine Permit for Chicharo's Mexican Grill, 600 Park Avenue - Chicharo's LLC (pending inspections and insurance); renewal of a Class "B" Wine Permit, Class "C" Beer Permit and Sunday Sales for Hy-Vee Gas, 2600 - 2nd Avenue - Hy-Vee Inc. (pending inspections); renewal of a Special Class "C" Liquor License for Hy-Vee Clubroom, 2400 - 2nd Avenue - Hy-Vee Inc. (pending inspections); renewal of a Class "B" Wine Permit, Class "C" Beer Permit and Class "E" Liquor License for Fareway Stores, Inc. #998, 2100 Cedar Plaza Drive - Fareway Stores Inc. (pending inspections); renewal of a Class "C" Liquor License, Outdoor Service and Sunday Sales for Rose Bowl, 1411 Grandview Avenue - Rosebros LLC (pending inspections and insurance); and renewal of a Class "B" Native Wine Permit, Special Class "C" Liquor License and Sunday Sales for Sal Vitale's Pizzaria & Pasta, 1010 Park Avenue - The Sicilian Pizza and Subs LLC (pending inspections and insurance)

* Proclamation Declaring January 2017 as "National Mentoring Month"

* Filing of Communications 12A-C

* Bills for Approval totaling $1,550,862.53

Mayor Broderson read the proclamation declaring January 2017 as "National Mentoring Month". She then presented the proclamation to Lyndsey Phillips who is Director of Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

PUBLIC HEARING

Mayor Broderson stated this public hearing concerns the proposed Kent Stein to Deep Lakes Park Trail Project.

There were no oral or written petitions for or against the proposed project.

Public hearing closed.

Resolution adopted approving the plans and specifications, form of contract, cost estimate and setting the bid opening date for the Kent Stein Park to Deep Lakes Park Trail Project.

Resolution adopted authorizing the assessment of unpaid abatement costs to private properties.

There were comments and questions from City Council that were addressed by Community Development Director David Gobin.

Resolution adopted setting a public hearing on the proposed Mississippi Drive Corridor Project for Thursday, February 2, 2017, at 7:00 p.m.

There were questions and comments from City Council that were addressed by City Administrator Gregg Mandsager.

Request approved from the Police Department to authorize the purchase of four Tahoe patrol vehicles from Krieger's in the amount of     $139,040.

There were questions and comments from City Council that were addressed by City Administrator Mandsager.

Request approved for the issuance of a purchase order to Superior Seawalls and Docks in the amount of $75,180 and to Dock Boxes Unlimited in the amount of $14,383.44 for the R.E.A.P. Grant Phase III - Long Dock Replacement Project.

There were questions and comments from City Council that were addressed by Superintendent of Parks Nick Gow.

Agreement approved with Impact 7G for environmental inspections for the Beach Lumber and TeStrake properties.

There were questions and comments from City Council that were addressed by Community Development Director Gobin and City Administrator Mandsager.

The last item on the agenda was a power point presentation by Water Pollution Control Director Jon Koch on the High Strength Waste Project.

Mr. Koch stated that for the last four years he has been trying to have the name of the facility changed. He stated that during the course of the project, City Council and staff will be hearing MARRVE used a lot which means Muscatine Area Resource Recovery for Vehicles and Energy. He shared various pictures stating that each represented a wastewater plant. He stated the plant is shifting to resource recovery which he feels is why a name change for the plant is needed.

Mr. Koch stated that organics recovery is possible. He stated that 40% of the food produced is not eaten and that 20% of landfill waste is organic and can be recycled. He stated recovery of this waste would mean revenue and clean renewable energy.

Mr. Koch then turned the meeting over to Jay Brady from Stanley Consultants who was responsible for the Biogas Study.

Mr. Brady stated the study by Stanley Consultants began with an idea formulation. He stated that local organic wastes and anaerobic digestion could equal renewable fuel for vehicles. He then stated it was thought that the FOG program plus spare unused tanks plus lightly loaded digesters and continuously flaring unused digester gas could mean opportunity.

Mr. Brady stated the waste to fuel benefits could be as follows:

* Landfill diversion (up to 20%) saving expensive landfill space

* Lower air emissions

* Provide a needed service to the community/industry (good for industry and the environment)

* Long-term potential for recouping capital and developing a sustainable revenue source for wastewater

Mr. Brady then listed the waste types (feedstocks) as follows:

* FOG (Fats, Oils, Greases) from restaurants

* Liquid organic waste with high organic content often provided by food processors

* Solid organic waste such as packaged materials (bottled ketchup), past prime vegetables from grocers

* Cafeteria waste from schools

Mr. Brady then provided an overview of a pie chart analysis compiled by EcoEngineers, a sub consultant for Stanley Consultants. He explained the pie chart which was a Biogas Wasteshed Analysis for a 60-mile radius that showed the local feedstock potential. He then explained the next pie chart which was a Biogas Wasteshed Subset for a 60-mile radius.

Mr. Brady stated that with the various feedstock sources, the project could have an existing digestion capacity of 62,594 gallons per day. He then gave an overview of charts showing biogas production per cubic feet per day, biogas fuel (diesel gallon equivalent) per day, and biogas fuel (diesel gallon equivalent) per year.

Mr. Brady gave an overview of the overall long-term project. He stated construction of the receiving facility and feeding facility are included in Phase I. He stated there could be a need for expansion in the future if things really get going.

Mr. Brady stated gas that is produced could be used for direct fire furnaces (building heating), electric co-generation, BioCNG (Compressed Natural Gas) vehicle fueling, and direct injection into a natural gas pipeline. He stated that a screening analysis indicates that BioCNG is the most favorable alternative.

Mr. Brady then provided an overview of the project location and a description of the receiving building.

Mr. Brady stated the estimated project cost for Phase I Receiving/Feed Facilities is approximately $2.5 to $3 million and includes organic solid waste separation and odor control. He stated that Phase II Gas Treatment and BioCNG Vehicle Fueling Facility will be approximately $2.5 to $3 million. He stated that fill rates, configuration and CNG storage capacity could alter the cost.

Mr. Brady then went over the projected operational costs. He stated that costs for Phase I Receiving are projected to be between $60,000 to $90,000. He stated that for Phase II BioCNG the project costs could be $95,000 to $120,000. He then went over the projected potential revenues which could come from waste tipping fees, fuel value, and renewable energy credits which he elaborated on. He stated there are grant funding opportunities to explore.

Mr. Brady then listed the risks of the project as follows:

* Lower organic waste volumes

* Lower fuel usage/sales

* Lower tipping fee rates (explained why they could be lower)

* Lower RIN (renewal energy credit) values or phase out

* Higher operating costs

Mr. Brady then went over the following timeline:

Phase I:

* Design/completion - February/March 2017

* Phase Permitting/Bidding - March April 2017

* Commissioning/Startup -

 January/February 2018

Phase II: (This could be pushed out based on decisions that need to be made.)

* Design - 2017

* Construction - 2018

At this time, there were questions and comments from City Council that were addressed by Water Pollution Control Director Koch.

Under comments, Councilmember Harvey stated the city's budget sessions will begin next Saturday and the public is invited to attend.

City Administrator Mandsager stated that the General Fund Overview will take place on Thursday, January 26, 2017, and the first budget meeting is Saturday, January 28, 2017, in the lower level conference room of City Hall beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Mayor Broderson asked that Councilmember Bynum be kept in everyone's prayers.

Mayor Broderson reminded everyone about Coffee with the Mayor on Saturday, January 21, 2016, at Happy Joe's on Lake Park Boulevard beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Mayor Broderson also sent prayers out to the Tony Steckman family.

The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.        Diana Broderson, Mayor

ATTEST:

Gregg Mandsager, City Administrator

CITY OF MUSCATINE

BILLS FOR APPROVAL

5-Jan-17

General Fund

3-D Locksmith Supplies (1)  $6.50; A-1 Quality Tire & Car Care Services (4)  3,113.70; Acco Unlimited Corporation Supplies (1)  70.10; Advanced Business Systems Copier Maintenance (1)  55.88; Agape Enterprises Services (3)  5,727.83; Alliant Energy Utilities (10)  4,625.89; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (4)  146.87; B&B Drain Tech Temporary Sanitary Facilities (2)  130.00; Baker & Taylor Books Books/Supplies/Services (22)  2,057.02; Vada Baker Services/Reimbursement (2)  90.00; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (54)  10,063.31; Bankers Leasing Company Lease Payment (1)  196.53; Lynn Bartenhagen Reimbursement (1)  13.04; Berlin’s Pro Shop Rec Supplies (1)  54.80; Best Commercial Equipment Services (1)  332.63; Beyond Technology Supplies (1)  77.89; Bound Tree Medical Supplies (1)  388.46; Kent Bovenmyer Reimbursement (1)  75.00; Brick Gentry Services (3)  14,280.00; Cardiovascular Medicine Services (1)  452.59; Cengage Learning Books (1)  21.69; Central Petroleum Company Oil (1)  872.30; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (13)  856.19; Chemsearch Supplies (1)  295.25; Virginia Cooper Reimbursement (2)  16.40; Copy Systems Base Rate/Overage (2)  92.70; Crossroads Services (1)  20.00; Davis Equipment Corporation Supplies (3)  87.22; Eastern Iowa Light & Power Utilities (3)  311.74; Equian Services (16)  2,944.41; Family Eye & Contact Lens Services (1)  123.00; Fastenal Company Supplies (9)  82.95; Freers & Sons Tree Service Services (1)  250.00; G&L Clothing Clothing (4)  1,424.25; June Anne Gaeta Reimbursement (2)  667.61; Gall’s LLC Clothing (3)  180.28; Gatso USA ATE Fees (2)  43,875.00; General Asphalt Construct Materials (1)  1,621.50; Genesis Health System - OCC Health Services (2)  1,497.70; Grainger Parts (2)  144.92; Grandma’s Lost Button Services (1)  30.00; GMCCI Dues (1)  107.25; Hahn Ready Mix Materials (1)  567.00; Illinois Department of Revenue State Taxes (20)  420.06; Integrated Technology Services (2)  59.90; Iowa Children’s Museum Services (1)  158.22; Iowa Firefighters Association Dues (1)  104.00; Iowa Memorial Granite Company Services (3)  1,800.00; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (8)  1,161.89; Kone Inc. Services (1)  459.00; KWPC-KMCS Radio Advertising (1)  300.00; Lab Corporation of America Services (1)  56.62; Julie Lear Services (2)  53.50; Lewis Industrial Services Supplies (1)  32.13; Logan Contractors Supply Supplies (8)  3,715.00; Lucas Communications Services (1)  30.00; Lupton & Toyne Printers Services (1)  99.00; Menard’s Supplies (40)  1,236.41; Midland Paper Supplies (1)  1,663.20; Motion Industries Supplies (3)  203.53; Muscatine Lawn & Power Parts (2)  100.87; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities/MAGIC (8)  8,384.01; Muscatine TV Channel Services (1)  15.00; NAPA of Muscatine Supplies (3)  138.48; Panther Uniforms Supplies/Services (16)  675.38; Phelps Custom Image Wear Uniforms (1)  623.79; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (11)  188.15; Phillips Bros. Rentals Supplies (1)  39.84; Phoenix Products Services (1)  87.50; Plumb Supply Company Supplies (3)  106.81; Psychology Associates Services (1)  140.00; Recorded Books Magazines (1)  1,991.76; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (62)  3,420.82; Robert Brooke & Associates Parts (1)  38.81; Rotary Club of Muscatine Dues (1)  166.00; S.J. Smith Co. Supplies (1)  35.10; Sandry Fire Supply Supplies (1)  311.00; Sherwin Williams Supplies (6)  296.30; Sign Pro Supplies (1)  90.00; Sinclair Supplies (2)  161.94; Smith Sales & Service Supplies (1)  3.90; Sports Turf Managers Association Dues (1)  110.00; Staples Corporate Account Supplies (2)  261.26; Sycamore Printing Services (1)  9.67; Tallgrass Business Resources Supplies (1)  9.03; Temp Associates Temporary Employees (4)  2,662.80; TMI Services (1)  1,249.04; Travelers Deductible (1)  1,350.00; Uniform Den Clothing Purchases (2)  413.20; Unity Healthcare-Hospital Services (8)  1,010.00; US Cellular Cell Phone Charges (2)  137.60; Van Meter Industrial Supplies (1)  4.19; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (4)  443.85; Verizon Wireless Cell Phone Charges (4)  283.53; Weikert Iron & Metal Services (1)  150.00; Wendling Quarries Materials (1)  207.03; Xerox Corporation Rental Fee/Copies (11)  1,247.80; West Publishing Subscription (1)  327.75;  Total  $136,492.07

Trust and Agency Fund

Brolol Games Services (1)  $442.00; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  300.00; Julia Evans Services (1)  860.00; Mississippi Valley Fine Arts Acquisition Fee (1)  3,604.90; Melissa Mohr Services (1)  850.00; Van Meter Industrial Supplies (1)  5,299.43; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (7)  $401.46;  Total  $11,757.79

Capital Improvement Fund

William Haag Services (3)  $2,440.89; Muscatine Power & Water Services (1)  11,545.85; Terracon Consultants Services (1)  4,719.00; William Haag Services (3)  585.90; Bolton & Menk Services (1)  76,633.02; Brick Gentry Services (1)  315.00; William Haag Services (1)  418.50; Stanley Consultants Services (1)  6,128.98; Keystone Laboratories Services (1)  149.10; Stanley Consultants Services (2)  42,494.50; Alliant E Utilities (1)  144.32; Brick Gentry Services (1)  195.00; William Haag Services (3)  753.30; Hagerty Earthworks Services (1)  8,523.86; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  379.00; Fastenal Company Supplies (1)  94.75; Menard’s Supplies (3)  331.94; Muscatine Lumber Supplies (1)  59.50; Plumb Supply Company Supplies (1)  44.00; A&J Associates Services (2)  5,825.32; Crawford Company Services (1)  24,423.60; Goedken Law Office Services (1)  312.00; Martin & Whitacre Services (1)  4,485.50;  Total  $191,002.83

Enterprise & Utility Fund

Alliant Energy Utilities (3)  $1,002.53; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  14.99; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  58.12; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  553.05; KWPC-KMCS Radio Advertising (1)  450.00; Phelps Custom Image Wear Services (4)  671.86; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (2)  17.10; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (4)  19.24; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (2)  114.95; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  59.98; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (4)  25.83; Xerox Corporation Copies (1)  3.80; 7G Distributing Beverages (1)  230.00; Alliant Energy Utilities (2)  475.30; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (1)  2.44; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (4)  160.56; Cent  Merchandise (2)  120.94; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  113.94; Culligan Rental Fee (1)  28.25; Dex Media East Advertising (1)  26.00; Fastenal Company Supplies (1)  8.25; Hahn Ready Mix Materials (2)  255.90; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  60.41; Menard’s Supplies (2)  26.64; Motion Industries Parts (2)  64.54; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities (1)  92.54; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (1)  38.45; Quill Corporation Supplies (1)  56.39; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (5)  73.14; Sign Pro Supplies (1)  108.49; Alliant Energy Utilities (1)  1,224.09; Illinois Department of Revenue State Taxes (20)  519.16; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  53.04; Phelps Custom Image Wear Uniforms (1)  110.58; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (6)  472.33; Scott County Waste Commission Services (1)  175.00; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  149.60; VOM Advertising (2)  528.00; Barker Lemar Engineering Services (6)  12,837.50; Eastern Iowa Light & Power Utilities (2)  254.51; Menard’s Supplies (1)  51.96; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (5)  77.75; 3-D Locksmith Supplies (1)  25.00; Agape Enterprises Services (1)  833.00; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (2)  123.65; Integrated Technology Services (1)  19.95; Menard’s Supplies (5)  206.18; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (2)  46.14; Reeves Battery Sales Batteries (1)  100.00; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (6)  119.12; Team Staffing Solutions Temporary Employees (2)  165.01; Tri-State Automatic Sprinklers Services (1)  746.93; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  18.95; Alliant Energy Utilities (3)  2,064.07; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (3)  112.07; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (12)  1,311.66; Boss Office Supply Supplies (1)  10.99; Brick Gentry Services (1)  285.00; Eastern Iowa Light & Power Utilities (1)  84.00; Fastenal Company Supplies (2)  123.46; G&L Clothing Carharts (2)  305.25; Grainger Parts (1)  17.58; Hach Company Supplies (1)  79.88; Idexx Distribution Supplies/Shipping (3)  359.14; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (5)  23.13; Johnson Controls Equipment Purchase (1)  745.00; Menard’s Supplies (5)  360.51; Midland Scientific Supplies (9)  850.93; Miller Mechanical Supplies/Shipping (4)  169.36; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities/MAGIC (26)  36,420.99; O’Reilly Automotive Parts (1)  145.91; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (2)  161.75; Plumb Supply Company Supplies (4)  197.39; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (16)  861.10; Republic Parts (1)  63.72; Sign Pro Supplies (1)  92.00; Nick Stratton Reimbursement (1)  30.00; Thermo Electron North America Supplies (1)  1,028.88; Titan Machinery Supplies (1)  69.26; United Laboratories Supplies (1)  2,475.00; USA Blue Book Supplies (1)  57.29; Van Meter Industrial Supplies (1)  123.93; Vantagepoint Transfer Contributions (1)  8,183.69; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  18.95; Verizon Wireless Cell Phone Charges (2)  266.01; Brick Gentry Services (1)  3,660.00; G&L Clothing Carharts (1)  175.25; Hagerty Earthworks Services (1)  5,200.00; ISWEP Dues (1)  1,500.00; Menard’s Supplies (1)  2.97; Muscatine Power & Water MAGIC (1)  7,700.00; Northern Safety Co. Supplies (1)  54.76; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (8)  177.63; S.J. Smith Co. Supplies (1)  36.57; Tim Shaw Reimbursement (1)  125.00; US Cellular Cell Phone Charges (1)  68.80; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  18.95; Verizon Wireless December I-Pad Charges (1)  40.01; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  166.00; Grainger Supplies (2)  258.75; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (1)  135.47; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (12)  4,456.98; Berlin’s Pro Shop Services (1)  22.30; Bound Tree Medical Supplies (20)  1,848.16; Excel Auto Glass Services (1)  69.95; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (8)  51.42; Krieger’s Inc. Supplies (1)  22.11; Ralph Price Overpayment (1)  73.38; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (4)  68.61; S.J. Smith Co. Supplies (2)  44.08; Andy Summitt Reimbursement (1)  25.00; Unity Healthcare-Hospital Services (1)  180.00; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (5)  535.24; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (1)  0.08; KWQC TV 6 Services (1)  680.00; McDaniel’s Marketing Services (2)  3,380.00;  Total  $111,666.45

Internal Service Funds

A-1 Quality Tire & Car Care Services/Supplies (4)  $532.15; Altorfer Inc. Services (1)  1,001.42; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (35)  1,268.61; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (2)  205.49; Browns of Two Rivers Parts (1)  59.90; Daufeldt’s Truck-n-Trailer Parts (1)  374.28; Eastern Iowa Tire Supplies (1)  170.00; Elliott Equipment Company Supplies/Shipping (3)  817.84; Excel Auto Glass Services (1)  390.51; Fastenal Company Supplies  3.03; Fauser Energy Resources Fuel (1)  12,574.81; Force America Distributing Shipping (1)  16.77; Grainger Supplies (1)  50.45; Krieger’s Parts/Services (6)  2,798.80; Menard’s Supplies (2)  19.06; Midwest Wireless Services (1)  617.28; NAPA of Muscatine Supplies (13)  486.49; O’Reilly Automotive Supplies (2)  46.88; Phelps Uniform Specialists Services (2)  53.16; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (6)  192.99; Jason Sell Services (1)  130.00; Sinclair Parts (1)  55.02; Truck Country of Iowa Supplies (2)  243.11; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  17.95; Tallgrass Business Resources Supplies (1)  67.92; Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance (7)  43,744.51; Terry Franklin Reimbursement (1)  32.39; Michael Lowe Reimbursement (1)  67.50; Reliance Standard Life Credit (1)  (67.50); CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  58.12; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  116.71; Verizon Telematics GPS Charges (1)  55.85; Xerox Corporation Copies (4)  66.27; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (2)  3.18; Reliance Standard Life Insurance (16)  151.47;  Total  $66,422.42

Special Revenue Funds

Reliance Standard Life Insurance (4)  $24.33; Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment (7)  $27.22; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  $431.95; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (1)  38.00;  Total  $521.50

Municipal Housing Programs

Alliant Energy Utilities (1)  $3,057.52; Arnold Motor Supply Supplies (1)  23.18; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  179.25; Chemsearch Supplies (1)  187.79; City of Muscatine Housing Miscellaneous (13)  6,237.77; HD Supply Facilities Maintenance Supplies (1)  86.06; Kelly Heating & Cooling Services (1)  355.00; Kone Inc. Services (1)  797.34; Menard’s Supplies (4)  104.19; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities (5)  7,344.85; Neal’s Vacuum & Sewing Center Supplies (1)  19.98; Phelps Cleaning Service Services (3)  2,477.00; Tenant PI Services (1)  87.50; Tri-State Automatic Sprinkler Services (1)  1,675.33; US Cellular Cell Phone Payment (1)  81.66; Richard Boldt Refund (1)  139.85; Carriage House Carpet Materials/Services (20)  3,315.40; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  129.24; Chemsearch Services (1)  70.00; City of Muscatine Services (1)  1,893.26; City of Muscatine Housing Miscellaneous (9)  2,485.42; Annabelle Jarvis Refund (1)  168.00; Kone Inc. Services (1)  213.14; Menard’s Supplies (5)  80.95; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities (4)  2,256.10; Plumb Supply Company Supplies (1)  30.32; Sherwin Williams Supplies (2)  183.91; Tallgrass Business Resources Supplies (1)  9.52; Tenant PI Services (1)  37.50; US Cellular Cell Phone Payment (1)  40.83; Bancard Services Miscellaneous (4)  545.76; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  82.87; City of Muscatine Housing Miscellaneous (13)  3,792.58; Kelly Heating & Cooling Services (1)  140.00; Muscatine Power & Water Utilities (22)  2,056.49; Phelps Cleaning Service Services (1)  176.08; Tenant PI Services (1)  37.50; US Cellular Cell Phone Payment (1)  40.83; AJ Magnus Home Rent Payment (1)  549.00; CenturyLink Telephone Charges (1)  43.98; City of Muscatine Housing Miscellaneous (21)  6,626.24; RCN LLC Rent Payment (1)  204.00; Natividad Santana Rent Payment (1)  768.00; Tallgrass Business Resources Supplies (1)  14.32; Tenant PI Services (1)  227.50; Chad Tiecke Rent Payment (1)  800.00; John Timm Rent Payment (1)  270.00; US Cellular Cell Phone Payment (1)  35.21;  Total  $50,178.22

BILLS FOR APPROVAL SUMMARY

20-Jan-17

Computer Bill Lists

Regular Bill Bills  01/20/17   $568,041.28; Special Check Run 01/06/17   800.00; Special Check Run 01/13/17   350.00; Payroll Vendor Checks 1/13/17   21,609.68; Payroll Vendor ACH Payments 1/13/17   83,563.63;  Subtotal  $674,364.59

ACH Debit Memo Payments

Payroll Account   Transfer  $342,033.76; Treasurer, State of Iowa  State Tax Withholding   20,503.94; Wellmark Insurance Health/Dental Insurance January  55,000.00; Wellmark Insurance Health/Dental Insurance January  59,000.00; Treasurer, State of Iowa  Sales Tax  8,969.73; US Treasury Dept. Transitional Reinsurance Fee  16,929.00; Internal Revenue Service Federal Withholding   99,293.19; IPERS IPERS November Contributions  136,768.32;  Subtotal  $738,497.94

Voucher Program

Various Landlords Estimated February Rent  $138,000.00;    $138,000.00;  Total Bills For Approval  $1,550,862.53

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