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COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, Davenport, Iowa, July 25, 2018---The Council observed a moment of silence. Pledge of Allegiance. The Council met in regular session at 5:30 PM with Mayor Klipsch presiding and all aldermen present except Ald. Matson. The minutes of the July 11, 2018 City Council meeting were approved as printed. The report of the Committee of the Whole was as follows: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, Davenport, Iowa, Wednesday, July 18, 2018--The Council observed a moment of silence. Pledge of Allegiance. The Council met in Committee of the Whole at 5:30 PM with Mayor Klipsch presiding and all alderman present except Ald. Condon. The following Public Hearings were held: Community Development: for the ordinance for Case No. REZ18-08 being the request of William Torchia on behalf of WCT Investments Davenport Series, LLC for a rezoning on 6.5 acres, more or less, located along the south of East 53rd Street and east of Lorton Avenue from “R-1 Low Density Dwelling District to “PDD” Planned Development District to facilitate commercial development; for the ordinance for Case No. ROW18-01 being the request of William Torchia on behalf of WCT Investments Davenport Series, LLC for the vacation (abandonment) of 0.34 acre (14,812 square feet), more or less, of right-of-way known as Fairhaven Road extending approximately 285 feet south from East 53rd Street to facilitate commercial development; Public Works: on the plans, specifications, forms of contract and estimated cost for the Miracle Field of the Quad Cities, CIP #64030; on the plans, specifications, forms of contract and estimated cost for the 2018 Myrtle St and Johnson Ave Resurfacing Project, CIP #35037. Action items for Discussion: (The votes on all motions were by voice vote. All votes were unanimous unless specifically noted.) Community Development: Ald. Gripp reviewed all items listed. On motion by Ald. Clewell, second by Ald. Dickmann items 1, 2, 5 and 6 moved to the Discussion Agenda and all other items moved to the Consent Agenda. Public Safety: Ald. Rawson reviewed all items listed. On motion by Ald. Rawson, second by Ald. Matson the following moiton was deleted from the agenda: Motion approving the request of Novak Construction on behalf of Costco for a noise variance beginning July 27 - August 11, 2018 from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM, Monday - Friday to allow the pouring of the concrete floor slab for the new Costco Wholesale Warehouse located at 2790 East 53rd Street (All alderman present voting aye). On motion by Ald. Dickmann, second by Ald. Matson all items moved to the Consent Agenda. Public Works: Ald. Ambrose reviewed all items listed. On motion by Ald. Dunn, second by Ald. Gripp all items moved to the Consent Agenda. Finance: Ald. Tompkins reviewed all items listed. On motion by Ald. Meginnis, second by Ald. Rawson all items moved to the Consent Agenda. Other Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions: On motion by Ald. Meginnis, seconded by Ald. Rawson the rules were suspended (All aldermen present voting aye) and the following resolution was added to the agenda and adopted: closing various street(s), lane(s) or public grounds on the listed dates to hold outdoor event(s): Quad Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau, July 20th at 8:00 AM to Saturday, July 21st at 9:00 AM, closing Beiderbecke Drive between Gaines and Marquette Streets [Ward 3] and Saturday, July 21st 4:30 AM to 9:00 AM closing Gaines Street between Locust Street and Lombard and Lombard between Gaines and Harrison Streets [Ward 4] (All aldermen present voting aye), 324. Council adjourned at 7:32 p.m. The following Appointments were approved: Housing Commission: Ruby Mateos and Gary Susich, 325. The Discussion Agenda items were as follows: NOTE: The votes on all ordinances and resolutions were by roll call vote. The votes on all motions were by voice vote. All votes were unanimous unless specifically noted. The following Ordinances moved to second consideration: for Case No. REZ18-08 being the request of William Torchia on behalf of WCT Investments Davenport Series, LLC for a rezoning on 6.5 acres, more or less, located along the south of East 53rd Street and east of Lorton Avenue from “R-1 Low Density Dwelling District to “PDD” Planned Development District to facilitate commercial development; for Case No. ROW18-01 being the request of William Torchia on behalf of WCT Investments Davenport Series, LLC for the vacation (abandonment) of 0.34 acre (14,812 square feet), more or less, of right-of-way known as Fairhaven Road extending approximately 285 feet south from East 53rd Street to facilitate commercial development. The following Ordinances were adopted: for Case ORD18-02 amending Title 17 to incorporate a zoning component to promote and create a commercial identity for the Rockingham Road corridor through design and use standards. This text amendment will include a map amendment for the area along Rockingham Road from John Fell Drive in the southwest and to Marquette Street in the northeast portion of the corridor. City of Davenport is the Petitioner. Chapter 17.60 of the Davenport Municipal Code allows for text and map amendments, 326; amending various sections of the Davenport Municipal Code to bring uniformity to the process of licensing and permitting for rightof-way encroachments, 327. ORDINANCE NO. 2018-326 Ordinance for Case No. ORD18-02 Ordinance amending Title 17 to incorporate a zoning component to promote and create a commercial identity for the Rockingham Road corridor through design and use standards. This text amendment will include a map amendment for the area along Rockingham Road from John Fell Drive in the southwest and to Marquette Street in the northeast portion of the corridor. City of Davenport is the Petitioner. Chapter 17.60 of the Davenport Municipal Code allows for text and map amendments. [1st & 3rd Wards] BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DAVENPORT, IOWA: Section 1. Rezone the following property as per the attached zoning map and ordinance. Section 2. The Legal Description is as follows: Part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 35 and the Northeast, Northwest and Southwest of Section 34, Southeast and Southwest Quarters Section 33 and Southeast Quarter of Section 32, in Township 78 North, Range 3 East of the 5th P.M. and part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 4 and Northeast and Northwest Quarters of Section 5 in Township 77 North, Range 3 East of the 5th P.M., all being in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing as a point of beginning at the northeast corner of Lot 8, Green’s First Addition, along the West line of the N Marquette Street right-of-way; Thence, South 01° 40’ 36” East a distance of 147.47 feet along the West line of N Marquette Street right-of-way to the North line of the W 2nd Street right-of-way; Thence South 16° 14’ 58” West a distance of 68.73 feet to a point on the South line of the W 2nd Street rightof-way; Thence South 01° 32’ 53” East a distance of 420.54 feet along the West line of the Marquette Street right-of-way to a point on the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 80° 41’ 27” West a distance of 225.01 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 80° 27’ 01” West a distance of 871.64 feet along the North line of the River Drive right- of-way; Thence, South 81° 23’ 34” West a distance of 311.08 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, North 50° 22’ 34” West a distance of 50.78 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 75° 57’ 56” West a distance of 57.40 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 73° 15’ 45” West a distance of 64.06 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 71° 08’ 56” West a distance of 57.32 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 69° 16’ 25” West a distance of 57.32 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 67° 23’ 54” West a distance of 57.32 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, South 65° 31’ 23” West a distance of 57.32 feet along the North line of the River Drive right-of-way; Thence, North 29° 02’ 16” West a distance of 129.80 feet along the East line of the S Sturdevant right-of-way; Thence, North 46° 28’ 20” West a distance of 170.38 feet along the East line of the S Sturdevant right-of-way; Thence, South 59° 39’ 59” West a distance of 881.76 feet; Thence, South 60° 26’ 40” West a distance of 1196.23 feet; Thence, South 57° 07’ 56” West a distance of 1074.22 feet to a point on the East line of Schmidt Road right-ofway; Thence, North 07° 37’ 22” West a distance of 99.07 feet along the East line of the Schmidt Road right-of-way; Thence, South 56° 42’ 18” West a distance of 285.69 feet; Thence, South 33° 19’ 42” East a distance of 51.50 feet; Thence, South 56° 42’ 18” West a distance of 388.81 feet to a point on the North line of Canadian Pacific DME right-ofway; Thence, South 22° 15’ 35” West a distance of 34.93 feet a point on the South line of Canadian Pacific DME right-of-way; Thence, South 56° 42’ 19” West a distance of 238.02 feet; Thence, South 56° 42’ 19” West a distance of 130.73 feet; Thence, South 57° 03’ 35” West a distance of 108.81 feet; Thence, South 57° 05’ 04” West a distance of 287.97 feet; Thence, South 58° 27’ 03” West a distance of 719.81 feet to a point on South line of the Alley right-of-way South of Rockingham Road and West of S Farragut Street; Thence, North 35° 57’ 12” West a distance of 20.03 feet along the East line of the Alley right-of-way; Thence, South 57° 00’ 24” West a distance of 1008.32 feet along the North line of the Alley right-of-way to a point on the West line of the S Rolff Street right-of-way; Thence, South 35° 41’ 36” East a distance of 266.67 feet along the West line of the S Rolff Street right-of-way; Thence, South 52° 02’ 59” West a distance of 605.06 feet a point on the West line of the S Dittmer Street right-of-way; Thence, South 52° 42’ 46” West a distance of 179.83 feet; Thence, South 51° 22’ 43” West a distance of 177.76 feet to a point on the East line of the Floral Lane right-of-way; Thence, South 78° 54’ 57” West a distance of 108.39 feet to a point on the West line of the S Concord Street right-of-way; Thence, South 87° 56’ 01” West a distance of 432.45 feet; Thence, South 01° 38’ 10” East a distance of 140.00 feet to the North line of the Johnson Avenue right-of-way; Thence, South 87° 56’ 01” West a distance of 120.00 feet to a point on the East line of the S Elsie Avenue right-of-way; Thence, South 75° 21’ 38” West a distance of 51.32 feet to a point on the West Line of the S Elsie Avenue right-of-way; Thence, South 88° 59’ 53” West a distance of 62.00 feet; Thence, South 01° 38’ 19” East a distance of 20.00 feet; Thence, South 87° 56’ 00” West a distance of 1361.24 feet along the North line of the alley right-of-way South of Rockingham Road and North of Pearl Avenue to a point on the East line of the S Nevada Street right-of-way; Thence, North 70° 11’ 18” West a distance of 53.73 feet to a point on the West line of the S Nevada Street right-of-way; Thence, South 87° 56’ 01” West a distance of 475.20 feet along the North line of the alley right-of-way South of Rockingham Road and North of Johnson Avenue to a point on the East line of the Fairmount Street right-of-way; Thence, South 53° 29’ 41” West a distance of 53.22 feet to a point on the West line of the Fairmount Street right-of-way; Thence, South 87° 42’ 33” West a distance of 1032.02 feet along the North line of the alley right-of-way South of Rockingham Road and North of Johnson Avenue to a point on the North line of the alley right-of-way; Thence, North 76° 53’ 58” West a distance of 18.84 feet to a point on the East line of the S Stark Street right-of-way; Thence, South 87° 42’ 33” West a distance of 398.17 feet; Thence, South 01° 58’ 47” East a distance of 66.02 feet; Thence, South 65° 29’ 03” West a distance of 503.36 feet to a point on the East line of the S Pioneer Street right-of-way; Thence, North 77° 44’ 14” West a distance of 60.19 feet to a point on the West line of the S Pioneer Street right-of-way; Thence, South 71° 15’ 45” West a distance of 145.89 feet; Thence, South 16° 22’ 43” East a distance of 110.66 feet; Thence, South 77° 25’ 34” West a distance of 180.80 feet; Thence, South 22° 21’ 13” West a distance of 70.36 feet to a point on the North line of the John Fell Drive right-of-way; Thence, North 55° 24’ 13” West a distance of 170.66 feet along the North line of the John Fell Drive right-of-way; Thence, North 12° 26’ 29” West a distance of 67.21 feet along the East line of the John Fell Drive right-of-way; Thence, North 54° 00’ 51” East a distance of 42.59 feet along the South line of the Rockingham Road right-of-way; Thence, North 56° 39’ 42” East a distance of 42.59 feet along the South line of the Rockingham Road rightof-way; Thence, North 59° 18’ 33” East a distance of 0.72 feet along the South line of the Rockingham Road right-of-way; Thence, North 20° 56’ 45” West a distance of 144.50 feet to a point on the North line of the Ricker Hill Road right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 26’ 08” West a distance of 310.03 feet along the North line of the Ricker Hill Road right-ofway; Thence, North 00° 31’ 30” West a distance of 284.14 feet; Thence, North 88° 02’ 06” East a distance of 95.04 feet; Thence, South 87° 42’ 33” East a distance of 689.73 feet; Thence, North 86° 30’ 25” East a distance of 85.54 feet; Thence, North 86° 21’ 44” East a distance of 85.96 feet; Thence, North 64° 51’ 25” East a distance of 412.16 feet; Thence, North 87° 42’ 33” East a distance of 1196.86 feet to a point on the East line of the S Gayman Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 38’ 17” East a distance of 374.64 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Ave to a point on the West line of the S Fairmount Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 56’ 00” East a distance of 40.00 feet to a point on the East line of the S Fairmount Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 56’ 01” East a distance of 290.73 feet along the South line of the alley right- of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Ave to a point on the West line of the Nevada Street right-of-way; Thence, North 88° 23’ 05” East a distance of 49.91 feet to a point on the East line of the Nevada Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 53’ 05” East a distance of 368.64 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Ave to a point on the East line of the Indian Road right-of-way; Thence, North 06° 32’ 55” West a distance of 48.43 feet along the East line of the Indian Road right-of-way; Thence, North 63° 16’ 30” East a distance of 62.70 feet; Thence, South 31° 54’ 08” East a distance of 78.75 feet; Thence, North 87° 56’ 01” East a distance of 786.61 feet along the South line of the alley right- of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Elsie Avenue rightof-way; Thence, North 68° 20’ 32” East a distance of 60.06 feet to a point on the East line of the S Elsie Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 63° 42’ 17” East a distance of 213.46 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Marion Street; Thence, South 21° 27’ 22” East a distance of 3.75 feet; Thence, North 52° 08’ 50” East a distance of 489.79 feet to a point on the West line of the S Concord Street right-of- way; Thence, North 57° 24’ 16” East a distance of 59.93 feet to a point on the East line of the S Concord Street right-of-way; Thence, North 52° 12’ 56” East a distance of 306.21 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Dittmer Street right-of-way; Thence, North 52° 10’ 14” East a distance of 61.20 feet to a point on the East line of the S Dittmer Street right-ofway; Thence, North 52° 10’ 56” East a distance of 306.30 feet along the South line of the alley rightof-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Clark Street right-of- way; Thence, North 39° 14’ 13” East a distance of 66.08 feet to a point on the East line of the S Clark Street right-of-way; Thence, North 46° 53’ 06” East a distance of 214.99 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Rolff Street right-ofway; Thence, North 85° 49’ 33” East a distance of 47.79 feet to a point on the East line of the S Rolff Street right-of-way; Thence, North 56° 47’ 39” East a distance of 374.42 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Farragut Street right-of-way; Thence, North 39° 08’ 43” East a distance of 62.05 feet to a point on the East line of the S Farragut Street right-of-way; Thence, North 56° 55’ 11” East a distance of 300.42 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Birchwood Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 56° 35’ 03” East a distance of 40.04 feet to a point on the East line of the S Birchwood Avenue right-ofway; Thence, North 57° 06’ 13” East a distance of 333.26 feet along the South line of the alley rightof-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue; Thence, North 57° 02’ 11” East a distance of 189.50 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of the S Elmwood Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 61° 03’ 28” East a distance of 261.27 feet; Thence, North 56° 45’ 43” East a distance of 251.15 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue; Thence, North 63° 42’ 11” East a distance of 54.65 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue; Thence, North 53° 51’ 51” East a distance of 93.18 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue; Thence, North 54° 49’ 35” East a distance of 70.52 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of Canadian Pacific DME right-of-way; Thence, North 54° 49’ 35” East a distance of 43.89 feet to a point on the East line of the Canadian Pacific DME rightof-way; Thence, North 55° 55’ 24” East a distance of 339.85 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Boies Avenue to a point on the West line of S Lincoln Avenue; Thence, North 53° 22’ 44” East a distance of 60.07 feet to a point on the East line of S Lincoln Avenue; Thence, North 56° 42’ 26” East a distance of 159.80 feet to a point on the East line of the alley right-of-way between S Lincoln Avenue and S Hancock Avenue; Thence, North 35° 32’ 09” West a distance of 29.90 feet along the East line of the alley right-of-way; Thence, North 52° 57’ 52” East a distance of 147.89 feet to a point on the West line of the S Hancock Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 53° 03’ 37” East a distance of 56.00 feet to a point on the East line of the S Hancock Avenue right-of-way; Thence, North 53° 03’ 59” East a distance of 132.26 feet to a point on the East line of the alley right-of-way between S Hancock Avenue and S Pine Street; Thence, South 39° 25’ 08” East a distance of 42.85 feet along the Ease line of the alley right-of-way; Thence, North 57° 22’ 33” East a distance of 367.70 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and Dixwell Street to a point on the West line of the S Pine Street right-of-way; Thence, North 39° 00’ 16” East a distance of 63.51 feet to a point on the East line of the S Pine Street right-of-way; Thence, North 57° 51’ 00” East a distance of 826.83 feet to a point on the West line of the S Howell Street rightof-way; Thence, North 88° 00’ 36” East a distance of 197.29 feet to a point on the South line of the alley right- of-way between Rockingham Road and Dixwell Street; Thence, North 01° 53’ 12” West a distance of 170.86 feet to a point on the South line of the Dixwell Street right-of-way; Thence, North 88° 00’ 36” East a distance of 192.40 feet along the South line of the Dixwell Street right- of-way to a point on the East line of the alley right-of-way between S Howell Street and S Division Street; Thence, North 01° 59’ 23” West a distance of 380.49 feet along the East line of the alley rightof-way to a point on the South line of the W 1st Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 57’ 02” East a distance of 655.00 feet along the South line of W 1st Street right-of- way to a point on the East line of the S Division Street right-of-way; Thence, North 54° 12’ 02” East a distance of 71.14 feet to a point on the East line of the S Division Street right-of-way; Thence, North 88° 09’ 35” East a distance of 110.00 feet to a point on the West line of the alley right-of-way between S Division Street and N Sturdevant Street; Thence, North 01° 50’ 25” West a distance of 84.74 feet along the West line of the alley right-of-way; Thence, North 69° 17’ 00” East a distance of 517.58 feet along the North line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and W 2nd Street to a point on the East line of the N Sturdevant Street right- of-way; Thence, North 01° 56’ 20” West a distance of 92.45 feet along the East line of the N Sturdevant Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 57’ 02” East a distance of 85.16 feet; Thence, North 02° 33’ 11” West a distance of 31.17 to a point on the South line of the W 2nd Street rightof-way; Thence, North 87° 49’ 16” East a distance of 327.94 feet along the South line of the W 2nd Street right-of-way to a point on the West line of the alley right-of-way between N Sturdevant Street and Washington Street; Thence, South 61° 50’ 17” East a distance of 22.80 feet to a point on the East line of the alley right-of-way; Thence, North 75° 10’ 39” East a distance of 184.82 feet to a point on the East line of the Washington Street right-ofway; Thence, North 02° 15’ 35” West a distance of 170.90 feet along the East line of the Washington Street right-of-way to a point on the South line of the alley right-of-way between Rockingham Road and W 3rd Street; Thence, North 87° 44’ 25” East a distance of 600.00 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way to a point on the West line of the Filmore Street right-of- way; Thence, North 87° 52’ 26” East a distance of 704.90 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way to a point on the East line of the Taylor Street right-of-way; Thence, North 87° 46’ 06” East a distance of 251.57 feet along the South line of the alley right-of-way to the point of beginning. All bearings are based on the NAD83 Iowa State Planes South coordinate system. For purposes of this description the West line of N Marquette Street right-of-way is assumed to bear South 01° 40’ 36” East. The land described in this description contains 149.073 acres, more or less. Section 3. Findings: • Proposed ordinance has undergone a thorough public process including stakeholder input and neighborhood meetings • Proposed ordinance is largely supported by the majority of the project participants • Proposed ordinance will serve as an effective tool in the implementation of corridor enhancement by lessening the intensity of use, thus enhancing the environment for neighborhood commercial redevelopment Section 4. Conditions: None SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. If any of the provisions of this ordinance are for any reason illegal or void, then the lawful provisions of this ordinance, which are separable from said unlawful provisions shall be and remain in full force and effect, the to become effective within the next year is indeed passed and becomes effective it will apply to this rezoned geography. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall be in full force and effective after its final same as if the ordinance contained no illegal or void provisions. REPEALER. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. ATTACHMENTS. Both the attached zoning map and the attached Ordinance Code Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are hereby incorporated with this ordinance. PROPOSED COMPREHENSIVE ZONING REWRITE. When the proposed comprehensive zoning rewrite anticipated passage and publication as by law provided. Approved July 25, 2018 Frank J. Klipsch Mayor Attest: Jackie E. Holecek, MMC Deputy City Clerk ORDINANCE NO. 2018-327 ORDINANCE amending various sections of the Davenport Municipal Code, including Section 12.36.060 entitled “Encroachments – Granting of license – Revocation”, Section 12.36.020 entitled “Definitions”, Section 17.29.070 entitled “Design Review Board”, section 17.29.080 entitled “Powers and Duties of the Board”, Section 17.29.090.E entitled “Certificate of Design Approval”, Section 15.30.180 entitled “Liability Insurance Required” and Chapter 5.02 entitled “Signs and Billboards” to bring uniformity to the process of licensing and permitting for rightof-way encroachments [Wards All] BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DAVENPORT, IOWA: Section 1. That Section 12.36.060 of the Davenport City Code entitled “Encroachments – Granting of license – Revocation” is hereby amended to read as follows: 12.36.060 Encroachments - Granting of Authority - Revocation. A. Encroachments granted by city council. 1. A license shall be obtained from the city council for an encroachment otherwise prohibited by Section 12.36.040 of the Davenport Municipal Code. Excluded from the license requirement include but are not limited to marquees, canopies, signs, fire escapes, etc., which are not affixed to or rest on the surface of the public ground and do not prohibit or restrict pedestrian access. Also excluded from the license requirement is decorative furniture accessory to and adjacent to a business which rests on the surface of the public ground but does not prohibit or restrict pedestrian access, such as sandwich board signs, a table and chair(s) and flower pots, etc.). Encroachments not requiring a license are subject to the permit requirement and conditions articulated in subsections B and C in this section. 2. The petitioner shall submit an application to the city along with a $150 application fee. The application shall provide the name and contact information of the petitioner, a conceptual drawing detailing, at a minimum, dimensions, type and placement of materials and a statement of purpose for and use of the encroachment. 3. The application shall be subject to review by any city department for concerns arising from its respective missions.After the initial staff review, the application shall be reviewed by the design review board to determine if the mass, shape, materials, architectural details, and other design elements are compatible with the building and surrounding environs. If the encroachment is attached to a structure under the jurisdiction of the historic preservation commission, the historic preservation commission will perform its design review in lieu of the design review board. The design review board or historic preservation commission shall forward its recommendation to the city council, which shall make the final determination of the encroachment. 4. Licenses granted by city council shall be renewed on an annual basis beginning on the first day of January and terminating on the last day of December. Once approved as prescribed herein, annual license amounts are hereby established as follows: a. $250 if the area is less than 250 square feet. b. $350 if the area is at least 250 square feet but less than 500 square feet. c. $450 if the area is 500 square feet or more; and d. For a new license, the annual license amount shall be prorated quarterly for the quarter in which the license is granted by the city council. In no event shall the above fees be construed as giving the licensee an interest in the public property. 5. If an encroachment license is granted, the licensee and the city attorney shall execute a written license memorializing the same incorporating the terms of this ordinance and any other terms the city attorney deems reasonable and prudent. B. Encroachments granted by public works director, or his or her designee. 1. A permit shall be obtained from the public works director, or his or her designee, for an encroachment not subject to an encroachment license from City Council. This permit may be issued in conjunction with a building permit. 2. The petitioner shall submit an application to the city along with a $50 application fee. The application shall provide the name and contact information of the petitioner, a conceptual drawing detailing, at a minimum, dimensions, type and placement of materials and a statement of purpose for and use of the encroachment. Although a permit is required, no fee is required for decorative furniture accessory to and adjacent to a business which rests on the surface of the public ground but does not prohibit or restrict pedestrian access, such as a table and chair(s) and flower pots, etc.). 3. The application shall be subject to review by any city department for concerns arising from its respective missions. If the encroachment is under the jurisdiction of the design review board, the design review board shall determine if the mass, shape, materials, architectural details, and other design elements are compatible with the building and surrounding environs. If the encroachment is attached to a structure under the jurisdiction of the historic preservation commission, the historic preservation commission will perform its design review in lieu of the design review board. The design review board or historic preservation commission shall forward its recommendation to the public work director, or his or her designee, which shall make the final determination of the encroachment. If the encroachment is not attached to a structure under the jurisdiction of the design review board or historic preservation commission, the public works director, or his or her designee, shall determine if the mass, shape, materials, architectural details, and other design elements are compatible with the building and surrounding environment. C. Applicable to Encroachments Licenses and Permits. 1. If community public works director, or his or her designee, determines a hardship variance is necessary to encroach into a required setback, the petitioner must apply to the zoning board of adjustment for any necessary variance first. If a final determination granting any necessary variance is obtained, the petitioner may then apply for the encroachment license or permit. 2. If an encroachment license or permit is granted, the licensee has the obligation and duty to defend and hold harmless the City of Davenport from any claim arising out of or related to its encroachment into and occupation of the public ground; and further, releases the city, its officers, employees, and agents from any damage that may arise from municipal operations. The licensee must obtain and have in place liability insurance of the type and amount specified by the city risk division. The city shall be listed on the liability insurance policy for purposes of receiving notice of its cancellation or expiration not less than thirty days prior to the effective date of the cancellation or expiration. 3. If an encroachment license or permit is granted, the licensee assumes all risks arising from the occupation of the encroachment on the public ground. The City of Davenport may subsequently revoke the encroachment license or permit. The licensee or permittee bears all costs associated with the construction or installation of the encroachment, and any demolition, removal, or restoration associated with the encroachment upon termination of the license or at such times as the city council or public works director, or his or her designee, deems it necessary for city purposes. Licensee or permittee is responsible for all ongoing costs associated with the maintenance or operation of its encroaching object or improvement. In being granted the license or permit, the licensee or permittee acknowledges the City of Davenport may in its sole discretion demolish, in part or in its entirety, any object or improvement within the area of encroachment without any liability or cost whatsoever to the city, and licensee or permittee authorizes the same. Any demolition costs shall be assessed to the property owner. 4. All buildings, structures, parts and appurtenances thereof which, as of the effective date this ordinance, are so located that it is patent from mere observation that they are maintained in, on, over, or under some street, lane, or alley in violation of this ordinance or the agreement shall be subject to immediate removal. 5. No encroachment licenses or permit shall be granted in respect of any public ground or land, the management or control of which by statute or ordinance is placed in another body of the city until any applicable process of that body is completed as well. 6. No encroachment license or permit shall be granted in any case in which the proposed licensed or permitted use substantially interferes with any existing public use in the city council’s discretion, and any such license or permit previously issued shall be revoked. Any encroachment license or permit shall be revocable at the pleasure of the city council, with or without notice, in its sole discretion. Section 2. That section 12.36.020 of the Davenport City Code entitled “Definitions” is hereby amended to read as follows: 12.36.020 Definitions. A. “Encroachment” means an object or part of a structure or building secured to, affixed to or extending over, upon or under the surface of public property. An encroachment’s invasion of public property is generally permanent in nature, but not necessarily because it is easily movable. “Encroachment” does not include utility structures, newspaper stands, U.S. Postal Service mail boxes that are not monuments and streetscape furniture. B. “Obstruction” means an object located upon or above the surface of public property and not secured thereto. An obstruction’s invasion of public property is generally stationary and temporary in nature. Section 3. That section 17.29.070 entitled “Design Review Board” is hereby amended in part to read as follows: 17.29.070 Design review board. Prior to the issuance of a building permit for the construction of a building, structure, improvement or sign and which affects the exterior appearance, or for any substantial external appearance changes not requiring a building permit where changes are visible from the public right-of-way an applicant must submit plans to the city. The plans shall be reviewed and approved by the design review board (herein referred to as the board), to ensure that the building, structure, improvement, sign, landscape design, site plan, etc. complies with the performance standards and guidelines established in the approved design guidelines. Encroachments into and over the public right-of-way shall be reviewed and recommended by the board in the encroachment license and permit process as set forth in section 12.36.060 of the Davenport Municipal Code. (A section in the district’s design standards and downtown davenport streetscape improvement plan further describes what types of encroachments may be appropriate and under what circumstances.) The board shall also review and approve the demolition of structures within the district. Section 4. That section 17.29.080 entitled “Powers and Duties of the Board” is hereby amended to read as follows: 17.29.080 Powers and duties of the board. The board shall have the following powers and duties: A. To adopt its own administrative and procedural guidelines; B. To make recommendations to the city council regarding design guidelines for the downtown design overlay district; C.To administer the design guidelines, performance standards and streetscape improvement plans for “DDOD” downtown design overlay district, “HSD” historic shopping district, “HCVOD” hilltop campus village overlay district and “RIDO” residential infill design overlay district. Said design guidelines shall be contained within the adopted district regulations or adopted as a separate document by the city council by resolution. The board, at its discretion, may create a category of “minor reviews” to be approved by staff. D. To hold public meetings to consider any action officially before it; E. To review and take action on applications for certificates of design approval and/or certificates of economic hardship (for demolitions); F. To review and recommend on applications for encroachments into and over the public right-ofway; G. To provide information upon request to the owners of structures within the district regarding the appropriate preservation, rehabilitation and reuse options of older buildings and/or options for new construction. H. To review and take action on appeals to administrative decisions of city staff’s application of the design criteria for the properties located within the “HCOD” highway corridor overlay district. Section 5. That Section 17.29.090.E entitled “Certificate of Design Approval” is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 17.29.090.E Certificate of Design Approval. E. Design guidelines. The design guidelines are intended to aid the members of the design review board in their review of certificates of design approval, encroachments and demolition reviews. Buildings within the “DDOD” downtown design overlay district shall be constructed of quality materials that have strength and permanence. Permanence means that buildings will age without deteriorating, given a minimum level of maintenance. The development shall recognize the strength and permanency of stone, brick, concrete, and steel as opposed to the frailty of light gauge sheet metal and constant maintenance of wood veneer. While no specific materials are disallowed, certain materials will be approved for exterior use only if they are an integral part of a design of unusual merit. Among those materials are architectural metal wall panels, plywood and composition siding such as hardboard. Other materials may be appropriate in one use or situation but be totally inappropriate in another. Where remodeling/renovation of historical structures occurs, the structures shall be reconditioned to original stature wherever possible and financially reasonable. The board shall also consider the proposed height, proportions, scale and relationship with surrounding structures as discussed in the design guidelines. The design guidelines for properties zoned “HSD” historic shopping district are enumerated in Chapter 17.27 of the Davenport Municipal Code and are enumerated in Chapter 17.09 of the Davenport Municipal Code for properties located within the “RIDO” residential infill design overlay district. Section 6. That Section 15.38.180 entitled “Liability Insurance Required” is hereby amended to read as follows: 15.30.180 Liability insurance required. Contractors Insurance. Any person, firm or corporation desiring to engage in the moving or demolition of buildings shall file with the building official a duplicate copy of a liability insurance policy covering such operations. The licensee must obtain and have in place liability insurance of the type and amount specified by the city risk division. The City of Davenport shall be named in the policy as additionally insured. Said policy shall be issued by a legally authorized surety transacting business in the State of Iowa. Required property damage limits may be increased by the building official. Section 7. That chapter 5.02 entitled “Signs and Billboards” is hereby amended to read as follows: Chapter 5.02 Billboards 5.02.010 Billboards. Every person maintaining any billboard or similar advertising device or structure shall, in addition to complying with all other ordinances regulating such device or structure, obtain a business license for each such device or structure before constructing and maintaining such device or structure. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. If any of the provisions of this ordinance are for any reason illegal or void, then the lawful provisions of this ordinance, which are separable from said unlawful provisions shall be and remain in full force and effect, the same as if the ordinance contained no illegal or void provisions. REPEALER. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall be in full force and effective after its final passage and publication as by law provided. Approved July 25, 2018 Frank Klipsch, Mayor Attest:Jackie E. Holecek, MMC Deputy City Clerk The Consent Agenda was as follows: NOTE: These are routine items and are enacted at the City Council meeting by one roll call vote. The vote was unanimous unless otherwise noted. Community Development: The following Ordinances were moved to second consideration: for Case No. REZ18-06 being the request of Tim Shaffer of Shaffer Automotive Service LLC dba Dales Service for a rezoning (map amendment) on 4,380 square feet (0.10) acre of property known as 1909 North Zenith Avenue. The rezoning is from “R-3” Moderate Density Dwelling District to “C-2” General Commercial District to provide parking for the associated business Dales Service Center; for Case No. REZ18-07 being the request of Tim Shaffer of Shaffer Automotive Service LLC dba Dales Service for a rezoning (map amendment) on 6,000 square feet, more or less, of property known as 3816 West Locust Street located north of West Locust Street and east of North Zenith Avenue. The rezoning is from “R-3” Moderate Density Dwelling District to “C-2” General Commercial District to provide parking for the associated business Dales Service Center. Public Safety: The following Ordinance moved to third consideration: amending Schedule VII of Chapter 10.96 entitled “No Parking” by adding Pine Street along the east side from Hickory Grove Road north 150 feet. The following Resolution was adopted: closing various street(s), lane(s) or public grounds on the listed date(s) to hold outdoor event(s), 328. The following Motion was passed: for approving the petition for an alley light behind 1421 W 14th Street, 329. Public Works: The following Ordinance moved to third consideration: amending Chapter 13.16 entitled “Wastewater Facilities” to include changes needed per the EPA pre-treatment streamlining rule. The following resolutions were adopted: accepting the sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and pavement associated with the Westport Addition site improvements, 330; approving the plans, specifications, forms of contract and estimated cost for the Miracle Field of the Quad Cities, CIP #64030, 331; approving the plans, specifications, forms of contract and estimated cost for the 2018 Myrtle St and Johnson Ave Resurfacing Project, CIP #35037, 332; accepting the grant offer of $6,357,536 and approval of the associated Grant Agreement between the City of Davenport and the Federal Aviation Administration in connection with the funding of the Reconstruction of Runway 15/33 at the Davenport Municipal Airport, FY2019 CIP # 20010, 333; accepting the grant offer of $76,547 and approval of the associated Grant Agreement between the City of Davenport and the Federal Aviation Administration in connection with the funding of the Reconstruction of Runway 15/33, Visual Approach Slope Indicator Power Cabling Relocation at the Davenport Municipal Airport, FY2019 CIP # 20010, 334; of acceptance for the 14th District Interceptor Sewer Project, completed by Valley Construction Company with a final cost of $1,016,834.67 budgeted in CIP #00165, 335; acceptance for the Kimberly Road Sewer Replacement Project, completed by Needham Excavating Inc. with a final cost of $236,703.21 budgeted in CIP #30028, 336; awarding a contract for the Northwest Blvd & Hillandale Intersection - Rise Project: RMX-1827(662)-9E-82, to Hawkeye Paving Corporation of Bettendorf, IA in the amount of $357,974.26 budgeted in CIP #35029, 337; awarding a contract for the Digester #4 Reconstruction project at the Water Pollution Control Plant to General Constructors Inc. of Bettendorf, in the amount of $253,800, 338; assessing the cost of boarding up building, brush and debris removal, replacing sidewalk and weed cutting at various lots and tracts of real estate, 339, 340, 341, 342. Finance: The following motion was passed: awarding a contract to repair and replace a digester feed pipe at the Water Pollution Control Plant to Hometown Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. of Davenport in the amount of $53,860, 343. The following is a summary of revenue received for the month of June, 2018: Property taxes, 1,516,695 Other City taxes, 3,588,078 Special assessments, -0 Licenses & permits, 197,521 Intergovernmental, 2,753,776 Charges for services , 4,327,627 Use of monies & property, 173,249 Fines & forfeits, 65,903 Bonds/Loan Proceeds, 366,543 Miscellaneous, 1,664,536 On motion Council adjourned at 7:22 P.M. Jackie E. Holecek, MMC Deputy City Clerk Po# 2019/1901293 City of Davenport Publication Report From 6/1/2018 To: 6/30/2018 Fund Description, Amount; 2017 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $51367.29; RESIDENTIAL REHAB LOAN, $918; HOUSING ECONOMIC RECOVERY-NSP, $68217.99; POOLED CASH FUND, $250; YOUTH SPORTS, $16456.2; CITY ASSESSOR PAYROLL, $455.2; TRANSIT, $99907.26; GOLF COURSES OPERATING, $50355.16; SECTION 8 HOUSING GRANT, $307626.25; SPORTS CENTER, $5175.12; SOLID WASTE, $141403.25; LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX, $93634.47; CLEAN WATER, $26755.4; SCATTERED SITES, $7830.78; RIVERCENTER, $105013.89; AIRPORT, $9019.48; 2012 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $2174.35; DOWNTOWN DAVENPORT SSMID, $7895.4; 2018 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $1259246.12; RESIDENTIAL EXT IMPROV REV, $9559.52; 2014 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $1094.15; 2016 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $742645.67; RISK MANAGEMENT, $265509.54; PARKING, $17805; SEWER OPERATIONS, $47429.36; WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT, $270931.23; HOTEL MOTEL TAX, $1500; LIBRARY SPECIAL LEVY, $24847.29; LEVEE IMPROVEMENT, $4785; 2010 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $25520.8; COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT, $81073.93; ROAD USE TAX GRANT, $536445.02; EMPLOYEE HEALTH, $46680.61; LIBRARY GIFT FUND, $38314.53; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, $36077.59; HERITAGE, $11599.03; FLOOD FUND, $3207.29; GENERAL CAPITAL PROJECTS, $2151914.24; GENERAL FUND, $595287.29; 2013 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, $14053.09; $7179981.79; City of Davenport Publication Report From 6/1/2018 To: 6/30/2018 Vendor Name, Reason for payment, Payment; 1ST AYDE CHEMICAL CORP, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $667.8; 3E ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIPMENT CO inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $214.58; 409 E 6TH COOPERATIVE,LANDLORD RENTS, $431; 501 BRADY ASSOCIATES LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $785; 7G DISTRIBUTING LLC, OTHER SUPPLIES & SERVICES, $3527.6; 908 BRIDGE COOPERATIVE, LANDLORD RENTS, $356; A AND A REFRIGERATION INC, RENTAL SERVICES, $340; ABSOLUTE CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $4187.49; ACCO BRANDS CORPORATION, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $347; ACCURACY 1ST INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $354.17; ACE AUTO & RADIATOR SERVICE, INC., REVOLVING EXPENSES, $168.59; ACE TREE SERVICE INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $375; A-CHECK AMERICA, INC, TECHNICAL SERVICES, $544.5; ADEL WHOLESALERS INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $588.09; ADVANCE STORES COMPANY INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $345.63; ADVANTAGE ADVERTISING Inc, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $4033; AD-WEAR & SPECIALTY OF TEXAS INC., OFFICE SUPPLIES, $8461.25; AESSEAL MIDWEST INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $575.83; AGUSTIN HERNANDEZ, LANDLORD RENTS, $511; AIR FILTER SALES & SERV INC, MAINTENANCEBLDGS & GRNDS, $100.96; AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $394.89; ALAN HAVERCAMP, LANDLORD RENTS, $1115; ALARIS Inc, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $279; ALEX AIR APPARATUS INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $38382.75; ALL STAR PRO GOLF Inc, TECHNICAL SERVICES, $935; ALLIED ELECTRONICS INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $182.1; ALLIED SERVICES LLC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $116.22; ALTORFER INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $53972.14; AMANDA AUGSBURGER *EMPLOYEE*, OPERATING SUPPLIES, $485.98; AMANDA J SERRANO, CLOTHING EXPENSE, $64; AMBER L CARLSON, OPERATING SUPPLIES, $55.09; AMERICAN ELECTRIC, INC, MAINTENANCE-MACH & EQUIP, $5773; AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DOOR CO Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $260.82; AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSN Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $324; AMERICAN RED CROSS Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1496; AMERICAN TRAFFIC SAFETY MATERIALS INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $967.5; AMERIGAS DAVENPORT Inc, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $885.96; AMG CARLTON LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $297; ANDRE D HARRISON, LANDLORD RENTS, $699; ANDREW H MOORE, LANDLORD RENTS, $152; ANDREW R WOLD, LANDLORD RENTS, $835; ANESTHESIA & ANALGESIA PC, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $7650; ANGEL L RIAS, LANDLORD RENTS, $637; ANNETTE REMSBURG, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $105172; ANTHONY GILLETTE, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $4140.44; ANTHONY JOSEPH SCOTT, LANDLORD RENTS, $394; ANTHONY MITAL, LANDLORD RENTS, $176; ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES Inc, EVENTS EXPENSES, $2224.13; ARCH CHEMICALS INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $3300; ARTHUR J GALLAGHER RISK MGMT SVCS, INC, LIABILITY INSURANCE, $10574; AUTO TRIM DESIGN OF AIS INC, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $603; AUTOHAUS LTD, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $44.88; AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $249.1; AVENUE RENTAL INC, RENTAL SERVICES, $130; AXON ENTERPRISE INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $10727.65; B & H PHOTO-VIDEO Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1316.05; B D T INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $13460.28; B&B DRAINTECH QC, OPERATING EXPENSES, $374.63; B&B ENTERPRISES OF AMERICA INC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $768.9; BAKER & TAYLOR CO Inc, LIBRARY BOOKS, $31722.11; BAPTIST CARDIOLOGY, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $80; BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER NASSAU, INC, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $2796.67; BAUER BUILT TIRE Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $5516.51; BC DEVELOPMENT OF DURANT, LANDLORD RENTS, $1142; BCC REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL LLC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $2900; BEASTON CAMP KENNELS, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $216; BEST DISTRIBUTING INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $259.68; BETTY NEUMAN & MCMAHON LLLP, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $3502.5; BEUTEL INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $4895; BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE, PAYMENT TO OTHER AGENCY, $1107; BIG RIVER EQUIPMENT CO, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $593.7; BI-STATE LIGHTING MAINTENANCE Inc, BARRICADE EXPENSE, $1570.57; BI-STATE MASONRY, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $1715; BI-STATE REGIONAL COMMISSION Inc, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $21.5; BLAKE SELBY, LANDLORD RENTS, $1008; BLAKELY GREEN, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $14324.8; BLICK & BLICK OIL INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $54508.84; BLOCKBUSTER INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $34900; BLUE MOON INVESTMENTS Inc, LANDLORD RENTS, $422; BOB HEIMER, LANDLORD RENTS, $296; BOB JURGENSEN, LANDLORD RENTS, $1032; BOS ELECTRONICS, PROJECT EXPENSE, $170; BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1589.15; BP LOGIC INC, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $1376.55; BRACKE HAYES MILLER, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $5085; BRAD C.R GEHN, INC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $190; BRAD PETERS, LANDLORD RENTS, $426; BRANDON WRIGHT Empl, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $28.95; BRAVO PROPERTIES LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $418; BRECKINRIDGE PARTNERS, LANDLORD RENTS, $11374; BRETT DREESSEN, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $1800; BRETT LOVING, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $227.6; BRIAN KRAUSE, LANDLORD RENTS, $197; BRIAN’S AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT & REPAIR SERVICES INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $189.16; BRITTANY ACKERLAND *EMPLOYEE*, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $120.87; BROWN TAPE PRODUCTS COMPANY Inc, EVENTS EXPENSES, $1246.92; BROWN TRAFFIC PRODUCTS Inc, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $6042.65; BROWNELL’S INC, OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $4786.49; BRYAN NOWACHEK, LANDLORD RENTS, $375; BUDGET BUILDERS & PROPERTIES, LANDLORD RENTS, $908; C D FORD AND SONS INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1515.57; C H MCGUINESS CO, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $384.64; C. WAYNE GALLOPS, DO, CPE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $2000; CAMIROS LTD, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $9050.71; CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO Inc, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $900; CAPRON & AVGERINOS PC, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $1173.16; CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $298.44; CAROL ANN PAXTON, LANDLORD RENTS, $1050; CAROL GUSTAFSON, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $7950.76; CARRIAGE HILL COOPERATIVE, LANDLORD RENTS, $1472; CARTEGRAPH SYSTEMS INC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $31720.26; CARTER HAGEN, LANDLORD RENTS, $339; CARVER AERO INC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $4375; CATHOLIC MESSENGER, TECHNICAL SERVICES, $123.23; CCP INDUSTRIES inc, OPERATING SUPPLIES, $279.41; CDB UTILITY CONTRACTORS INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $3000; CDW GOVERNMENT INC, MAINTENANCE-MACH & EQUIP, $14595.75; CELLEBRITE USA CORP, MAINTENANCE-MACH & EQUIP, $1099; CENGAGE LEARNING INC, LIBRARY BOOKS, $7565.84; CENTENNIAL CONTRACTORS OF THE QC INC, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $1440; CENTER POINT PUBLISHING Inc, LIBRARY BOOKS, $499.74; CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1870.41; CENTURY FENCE CO, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $10718; CENTURY HOMES CO Inc, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $744.47; CES COMPUTERS INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $12910.68; CHANDIE POGUE, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $6204.34; CHASCO, LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $1725; CHEM TECH INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $2326.24; CHEMSEARCH Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1580.59; CHERENA GARY, LANDLORD RENTS, $2648; CHERYL BRUCE, LANDLORD RENTS, $194; CHEST INFECTIOUS DISEASES &, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $109.6; CHILDREN’S SPECIALTIES, OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $6955; CHRISTIA RIVERA, LANDLORD RENTS, $608; CHRISTINA CONLEY *EMPLOYEE*, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $227.6; CHRISTOPHER HEBBEL, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $395.45; CHRISTOPHER J SALAZAR, LANDLORD RENTS, $2385; CINDY WENTZ, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $60.8; CINTAS CORPORATION #342 Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1866.31; CITICASTERS CO, EVENTS EXPENSES, $1246.1; CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS, LANDLORD RENTS, $671.6; CITY OF CLINTON, IOWA HOUSING AUTHORITY, LANDLORD RENTS, $671.6; CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE HOUSING &, LANDLORD RENTS, $726.6; CITY OF ORLANDO HOUSING AUTHORITY, LANDLORD RENTS, $439.6; CIVIL AIR PATROL IOWA WING, FLOOD DAMAGES, $191.49; CLAY MERRITT *EMPLOYEE*, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $128.37; CLAYTON SPINLER, LANDLORD RENTS, $334; COBBLESTONE PLACE, LANDLORD RENTS, $3408; COBBLESTONE TERRACE LLLP, LANDLORD RENTS, $824; COCA COLA BOTTLING CO Inc, FOOD & BEVERAGE EVENT EXPENSE, $7432.59; COCO & GIO LLC, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRNTS/LNS, $48784.39; CODE 4 PUBLIC SAFETY EMBLEMS, CLOTHING EXPENSE, $220; COINER MICHAEL, LANDLORD RENTS, $1404; COLLECTION SERVICES CTR, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $387.66; COLONIAL COURT COOPERATIVE LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $2162; COMFORT SUITES APPLETON AIRPORT, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $471.5; COMM ON ACCREDITATION FOR LAW, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $770.12; COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $1000.23; CONE’S REPAIR SVS Inc, MAINTENANCEMACH & EQUIP, $140.15; CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS INC, MAINTENANCEMACH & EQUIP, $1408.7; CONSOLIDATED INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP, INC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $16666; CONSTANCE GOODWIN, LANDLORD RENTS, $41; CONTINENTAL FIRE SPRINKLER CO Inc, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $3220; CORVEL CORPORATION Inc, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $4559.22; CORY MACKE, LANDLORD RENTS, $607; CRAIG A STONE employee, CLOTHING EXPENSE, $27.85; CRAWFORD COMPANY Inc, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $754.33; CREATIVE DECORATING INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $1871; CREATIVE EMPIRE LLC, LIBRARY BOOKS, $5200; CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $2446.61; CRESTWOOD TOWNHOMES LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $687; CROWN TROPHY OF THE QUAD CITIES INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $3157.45; CULGAN LLC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $421.19; CULLIGAN, OPERATING EXPENSES, $480.45; CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER LLC, MAINTENANCEMACH & EQUIP, $1599.78; CUSTOM FIRE APPARATUS INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $6340.05; D-A LUBRICANT CO INC, MAINTENANCE-MACH & EQUIP, $7689; DALE W SCHAEFER, LANDLORD RENTS, $600; DAN T KELLER employee, CLOTHING EXPENSE, $112.34; DANIEL D VANDERPOOL *EMPLOYEE, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $2567.36; DANIEL S BOMFIM, LANDLORD RENTS, $108; DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT CO, OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $3546; DAN’S OVERHEAD DOORS, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $1105.5; DARRELL BUCHHOLZ, LANDLORD RENTS, $416; DASH MEDICAL GLOVES Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $984.9; DAVE PAROCHETTI, LANDLORD RENTS, $625; DAVENPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $4837.5; DAVENPORT ELECTRIC CONTRACT CO Inc, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $17398.55; DAVENPORT HOUSING II LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $3036; DAVENPORT HOUSING IV LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $796; DAVENPORT HOUSING LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $3708; DAVENPORT HOUSING V LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $1552; DAVENPORT HOUSING VII LP, LANDLORD RENTS, $1576; DAVENPORT LOFTS LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $577; DAVENPORT PHOTO ENFORCEMENT, PAYMENT TO OTHER AGENCY, $65; DAVENPORT PRINTING CO INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $3314.65; DAVID D CLAUSSEN, LANDLORD RENTS, $115; DAVID ELLIS, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $2130.5; DAVID M MALLARY, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $11036.2; DAVID MIZE, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $4500; DAVID R FRENCH, LANDLORD RENTS, $270; DAVID SCOTT LEMASTER, LANDLORD RENTS, $609; DAVID T STOKES, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $325; DAVID W ATKINS, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $3000; DAVIS EQUIPMENT CORP, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $537.38; DAWN CAMERON * EMPLOYEE*, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $56.68; DAWN M DYKEMA, OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $231; DELL MARKETING LP, MAINTENANCE-MACH & EQUIP, $289.8; DELMAN D WEBER Employee, CLOTHING EXPENSE, $77.76; DEMCO INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $525.88; DENEISE HARVEY, LANDLORD RENTS, $604; DENNIS B SCHECKEL, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $1446.2; DENNIS CO INC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $469.75; DENNIS J FLATLEY, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $11.76; DENNIS JUCHTER, LANDLORD RENTS, $704; DENNIS PATTERSON, LANDLORD RENTS, $632; DENNIS RUSHING, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $800; DERIK RHUM, LANDLORD RENTS, $279; DILLON TIRE, INC., 1350000-102135, $2713.25; DISCOUNT AUTOBODY SUPPLY INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $594.78; DIVISION OF LABOR SVS, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $505; DLB LLLP, LANDLORD RENTS, $725; D’LUX EVENTS, LLC, EVENTS EXPENSES, $1520; DON KADERABEK, TRAVEL EXPENSES, $36.95; DONALD E ANDERSON, LANDLORD RENTS, $190; DONNA M THOMAS, STATE CHAUFFER’S LICENSE, $40; DONNA M WINFIELD, LANDLORD RENTS, $2824; DONOHUE & ASSOC INC, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $12808.56; DOORS INC, MAINTENANCE-BLDGS & GRNDS, $461; DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP, BOND ISSUE EXPENSE, $45040.86; DST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Inc, LANDLORD RENTS, $369; DULTMEIER SALES inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $543.31; DUPLEXES LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $1050; E&B FIRE & SAFETY INC., OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $4027.62; EASTERN IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Inc, MEMBERSHIPS & PUBLICATIONS, $16; EASTERN IOWA PETRO Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $38892.16; EASTERN IOWA TIRE INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $3104.41; EBONI EDWARDS, LANDLORD RENTS, $248; EBSCO INDUSTRIES, INC., LIBRARY BOOKS, $6936; EDWARD A BERNAUER III, LANDLORD RENTS, $422; EGOV STRATEGIES LLC, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $6731.85; EHDG LIMITED PARTNERSHIP NORTH, LANDLORD RENTS, $338; ELBRUS MANAGEMENT LLC, LANDLORD RENTS, $586; ELIZABETH BREINICH, CONSTRUCTION COSTS, $13910.24; ELLEN HERITAGE, LANDLORD RENTS, $157; ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT CO Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $6716.54; EMEIS PARK APARTMENTS Inc, LANDLORD RENTS, $3574; ENT ASSOCIATES PC, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $111; ERIC AVANTS, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $2191.52; ERIC LUDTKE, LANDLORD RENTS, $242; ERIN MOORE *EMPLOYEE*, OPERATING SUPPLIES, $56.18; ERNEST HENRY ARKU, LANDLORD RENTS, $395; ERNEST HOOPER, LANDLORD RENTS, $452; ESI OF THE QUAD CITIES Inc, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $2569.4; EUGENE DEL PREORE, LANDLORD RENTS, $1135; EUGENE MCCALLISTER, LANDLORD RENTS, $343; EUGENE R BUTIKOFER, LANDLORD RENTS, $170; EVAC SYSTEMS Inc, MAINTENANCEMACH & EQUIP, $49; EVAN ESSER, EVENTS EXPENSES, $354.02; EYEMART EXPRESS LTD Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $115; FALEY ENTERPRISES INC, OPERATING EQUIPMENT, $4065.33; FAMILY RESOURCES INC, PAYMENT TO OTHER AGENCY, $2095.92; FARM & HOME PUBLISHERS LTD, LIBRARY BOOKS, $215.6; FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $327.97; FIGGE ART MUSEUM, OPERATING SUPPLIES, $200; FINDAWAY WORLD LLC, LIBRARY BOOKS, $3314.7; FIRST CALL Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $1652; FIRST FINANCIAL GROUP LC, LANDLORD RENTS, $393; FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY Inc, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $4756.57; FIVE SEASONS, LANDLORD RENTS, $377; FLAHERTY COUNSELING & CONSULTING, CLAIMS AND JUDGMENTS, $350; FORMS 1 INC, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $175.39; FORTY SECOND STREET PARTNERS, LANDLORD RENTS, $605; FRANCIS HOUSING LLLP, LANDLORD RENTS, $1082; FRED J LEPLEY, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $137.38; FRED’S TOWING SERVICE Inc, REVOLVING EXPENSES, $1234; FRIENDS OF NAHANT MARSH EDUCATION CTR, NEIGHBORHOOD BEAUTIFIC PRO, $117.21; FROHWEIN OFFICE SUPPLY CO, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $1859.24; G & K SERVICES, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, $55.6; GALLS AN ARAMARK CO LLC, OFFICE SUPPLIES, $530; GARTH LETTS employee, STATE CHAUFFER’S LICENSE,

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