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Minutes—April 3, 2019

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Regular Session

Minutes of the Roland City Council

The following are unofficial until they are approved by the City Council
at the next council meeting.

The Roland City Council met in regular session on Wednesday,
April 3, 2019.  The meeting was held at 6:00
pm at the Roland Community Center with Mayor Pro-Tem Jerry Balmer presiding.  Council members present at roll call were Jerry
Balmer, Aaron Burres, Riley Larson, Doug Sargent, and Kailah Schmitz.  Absent: none. 
Also present were City Clerk Jodi Meredith, Public Works Director Nathan
Hovick, Public Works Assistant Dalton Johnston, and 5 from the public.

It was moved by Burres and seconded by Schmitz to approve
the consent agenda which included Agenda, Minutes from the March 20, 2019
Council Meeting, Claims for April 3, 2019 in the amount of $65,851.00.  All were in favor, motion carried.

Department Head’s Reports were as follows:

Public Input: Deputy
Gruis had nothing new to report from the Sheriff’s Office.

Public Works
The leak on Logan St. was the homeowner’s responsibility and the
bill has been forwarded to them.

City Clerk: There
is nothing to report.

A motion was made by Sargent and seconded by Larson to
approve Resolution 19-08: Resolution To Increase The Wage Of The Utility
Billing Clerk.  Aye: Schmitz, Burres,
Larson, Sargent, Balmer.  Nay: none.  Motion carried.

Ed Kasper wrote an email about wanting to be informed before
trees are trimmed behind his property in the park.  He was not at the meeting, consensus of the
council is to reach out before trimming.

Attorney Joe Corrow discussed the Purchase Agreement for the
Fire Truck and the concerns that the buyer has. 
It will be discussed again at the next meeting.

CM Burres had heard that the $3.1 million will build a
smaller pool than what is currently there. 
The explanation was that the council approved a concept for a bigger
pool but was not comfortable with a bond for that amount.  The committee is working with the designer to
make sure that the pool is the same size and that the difference in cost is
covered through grants, donations, and are expecting lower bid prices than the

CM Schmitz shared that the Pool Fundraiser 5K will be on April 27th.  They are also planning a pool party/carnival
for the end of June.

Public Input: Linda
Murken from the County Board of Supervisors introduced herself and shared that
the grants for community programs will be happening again this year.  The county will work with the communities on
the FEMA Flood Maps.  They formally held
quadrant community meetings, but will try to get around to towns’ council meetings.

With no further business at this time, Sargent moved for adjournment
of the meeting at 6:21 pm seconded by Burres. 
All were in favor, motion carried. 
The next regular scheduled meeting will be Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at
6:00 pm at the Roland Community Center.

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Jerry Balmer, Mayor Pro-Tem                                    Jodi Meredith, City Clerk