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NOVEMBER 09, 2021, FORTY-FIFTH MEETING OF THE WOODBURY
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
The Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, November 09, 2021 at 4:30
p.m. Board members present were Taylor, Ung, De Witt, Radig, and
Wright. Staff members present were Karen James, Board Administrative
Coordinator, Dennis Butler, Budget Tax/Analyst, Joshua Widman,
Assistant County Attorney, Melissa Thomas, Human Services Director,
and Patrick Gill, Auditor/Clerk to the Board.
The regular meeting was called to order with the Pledge of Allegiance to
the Flag and a Moment of Silence.
There were no citizen concerns.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to approve the agenda for
November 09, 2021. Carried 5-0. Copy filed.
Motion by Radig second by De Witt to approve the following items by
consent:
To approve minutes of the November 2, 2021 meeting. Copy filed.
To approve the claims totaling $1,468,439.73. Copy filed.
To receive Juvenile Detention October population report. Copy filed.
To approve the separation of Alec Sanchez, Civilian Jailer, County
Sheriff Dept., effective 11-03-21. Resignation.; the transfer of Michael
Andresen, Equipment Operator, Secondary Roads Dept., effective
11-15-21, $25.31/hour, -1%=-$.30/hr. Position Transfer from Motor
Grader to Equipment Operator.; the end of probation of Kyle Sanderson,
Motor Grader Operator, Secondary Roads Dept., effective 11-1521, $25.61/hour, 3%=$.76/hr. Per CWA Secondary Roads Contract
agreement, End of Probation Salary Increase.; the separation of James
Drury, Asst. County Attorney, County Attorney Dept., effective 11-1921. Resignation.; and the promotion of Seth Butler, Sheriff Deputy,
County Sheriff Dept., effective 11-29-21, $25.83/hour, 22%=$4.81/hr.
Promotion from Civilian Jailer to Deputy. Copy filed.
To approve and authorize the Chairperson to sign the Authorization to
initiate the hiring process for Assistant County Attorney, County Attorney
Dept. AFSCME: $63,200-$73,088/year.; Civilian Jailer, County Sheriff
Dept. CWA: $21.02/hour.; and Equipment Operator, Secondary Roads
Dept. CWA: $24.55/hour. Copy filed.
Carried 5-0.
The canvass of the Regular City/School election was held. Motion by De
Witt second by Ung to receive the Canvass. Carried 5-0. Copy filed.
It was reported by Steve Hofmeyer, Deputy Commissioner of Elections.
City of Anthon – City Council At-Large
Jonathan Kuhlmann Received Sixty-Seven (67) votes
Lisa M. Petersen
Received Sixty-Five (65) votes
Paul E. Lansink
Received Fifty-Nine (59) votes
Scattering
Received Twenty-Four (24) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Fifteen (215) votes
We therefore declare:
Jonathan Kuhlmann to be duly elected for the office of City of Anthon –
City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Lisa M. Petersen to be duly elected for the office of City of Anthon – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Paul E. Lansink to be duly elected for the office of City of Anthon – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Anthon – City Council At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
Mona Kirchgatter
Received Sixty-One (61) votes
Scattering
Received Eight (8) votes
Barbara Benson
Received Twenty-Six (26) votes
Total
Ninety-Five (95) votes
We therefore declare:
Mona Kirchgatter to be duly elected for the office of City of Anthon –
City Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
Barbara Benson to be duly elected for the office of City of Anthon – City
Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
City of Bronson – Mayor
Jason Garnand
Received Twenty-Nine (29) votes
Scattering
Received Two (2) votes
Total
Thirty-One (31) votes
We therefore declare:
Jason Garnand to be duly elected for the office of City of Bronson –
Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Bronson – City Council At-Large
Brandi Jessen
Received Twenty-Four (24) votes
Chad Merchant
Received Twenty-Eight (28) votes
James D. Amick
Received Twenty-Nine (29) votes
Scattering
Received Six (6) votes
Total
Eighty-Seven (87) votes
We therefore declare:
Brandi Jessen to duly elected for the office of City of Bronson – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Chad Merchant to be duly elected for the office of City of Bronson – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
James D. Amick to be duly elected for the office of City of Bronson –
City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Correctionville – Mayor
Ronald Sanderson Received Thirty-Nine (39) votes
Kathy Hoffmann
Received One Hundred and Twenty-Four
(124) votes
Scattering
Received Five (5) votes
Total
One Hundred and Sixty-Eight (168) votes
We therefore declare:
Kathy Hoffmann to be duly elected for the office of City of Correctionville
– Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Correctionville – City Council At-Large
Chad Kline
Received Eighty-Four (84) votes
Kourtnee Ann Fox
Received One Hundred and Seventeen
(117) votes
Robert D. Beazley
Received One Hundred and Six (106) votes
Ciara Alioth
Received Ninety-Two (92) votes
Scattering
Received Sixteen (16) votes
Total
Four Hundred and Fifteen (415) votes
We therefore declare:
Kourtnee Ann Fox to be duly elected for the office of City of
Correctionville – City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Robert D. Beazley to be duly elected for the office of City of
Correctionville – City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Ciara Alioth to be duly elected for the office of City of Correctionville –
City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Cushing – Mayor
Donald Joy Jr.
Received Thirty-six (36) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
Thirty-Six (36) votes
We therefore declare:
Donald Joy Jr. to be duly elected for the office of City of Cushing –
Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Cushing – City Council At-Large
Alexander W. RabbassReceived Thirty-Eight (38) votes
Mary Tyler
Received Thirty-Seven (37) votes
Scattering
Received Twelve (12) votes
Jerel Wittrock
Received Ten (10) votes
Total
Ninety-Seven (97) votes
We therefore declare:
Alexander W. Rabbass to be duly elected for the office of City of Cushing
– City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Mary Tyler to be duly elected for the office of City of Cushing – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Jerel Wittrock to be duly elected for the office of City of Cushing – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Cushing – City Council At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Shawn Joy
Received Sixteen (16) votes
Total
Sixteen (16) votes
We therefore declare:
Shawn Joy to be duly elected for the office of City of Cushing – City
Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
City of Danbury – Mayor
Brock Boyle
Received Seventy-One (71) votes
Scattering
Received Twelve (12) votes
Total
Eighty-Three (83) votes
We therefore declare:
Brock Boyle to be duly elected for the City of Danbury – Mayor for the
term of 4 years.
City of Danbury – City Council At-Large
Brenda Zimmerman Received Eighteen (18) votes
Kendra Sexton
Received Fifty-Six (56) votes
Stanley Sexton
Received Nineteen (19) votes
Kathy A. Scholl
Received Fifty-Five (55) votes
Jason Weber
Received Thirty (30) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
One Hundred and Seventy-Eight (178) votes
We therefore declare:
Kendra Sexton to be duly elected for the office of City of Danbury – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Kathy A. Scholl to be duly elected for the office of City of Danbury – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Hornick – City Council At-Large
Eric R. Bebee
Received Twenty-Two (22) votes
Julia M. Byers
Received Twenty-One (21) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
Forty-Three (43) votes
We therefore declare:
Eric R. Bebee to be duly elected for the office of City of Hornick – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Julia M. Byers to be duly elected for the office of City of Hornick – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Lawton – Mayor
Jesse Pedersen
Received One Hundred (100) votes
Scattering
Received Seven (7) votes
Total
One Hundred and Seven (107) votes
We therefore declare:
Jesse Pedersen to be duly elected for the office of City of Lawton –
Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Lawton – City Council At-Large
Jeremy Baltushis
Received Fifty-One (51) votes
Patrick V. Saunders Received Ninety-One (91) votes
Nicholas J. Roth
Received Sixty-Six (66) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Eight (208) votes
We therefore declare:
Patrick V. Saunders to be duly elected for the office of City of Lawton –
City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Nicholas J. Roth to be duly elected for the office of City of Lawton – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Lawton – City Council At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
John Nelsen
Received Ninety-Five (95) votes
Scattering
Received Eight (8) votes

Total
One Hundred and Three (103) votes
We therefore declare:
John Nelsen to be duly elected for the office of City of Lawton – City
Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
City of Moville – Mayor
James Fisher
Received One Hundred and Thirty-Three
(133) votes
Scattering
Received Twenty-Six (26) votes
Total
One Hundred and Fifty-Nine (159) votes
We therefore declare:
James Fisher to be duly elected for the office of City of Moville – Mayor
for the term of 2 years.
City of Moville – City Council At-Large
Paul Malm
Received One Hundred and Thirty-Seven
(137) votes
Scattering
Received Twenty-Five (25) votes
Bret Hayworth
Received Twenty-Six (26) votes
Bruce Schmidt
Received Twenty-Three (23) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Eleven (211) votes
We therefore declare:
Paul Malm to be duly elected for the office of City of Moville – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Bret Hayworth to be duly elected for the office of City of Moville – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Oto – Mayor
Kevin Lyle Rayevich Received Seven (7) votes
Scattering
Received Three (3) votes
David Dorale
Received Six (6) votes
Total
Sixteen (16) votes
We therefore declare:
Kevin Lyle Rayevich to be duly elected for the office of City of Oto –
Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Oto – City Council At-Large
Jennifer J. Weber
Received Fourteen (14) votes
Scattering
Received Fourteen (14) votes
Matt Mead
Received Six (6) votes
Linda Nepper
Received Five (5) votes
Total
Thirty-Nine (39) votes
We therefore declare:
Jennifer J. Weber to be duly elected to the office of City of Oto – City
Council At-Large for the term of 2 years.
Matt Mead to be duly elected for the office of City of Oto – City Council
At-Large for the term of 2 years.
Linda Nepper to be duly elected for the office of City of Oto – City
Council At-Large for the term of 2 years.
City of Pierson – Mayor
Doyle Struve
Received Thirty-One (31) votes
Scattering
Received Five (5) votes
Total
Thirty-Six (36) votes
We therefore declare:
Doyle Struve to be duly elected for the office of City of Pierson – Mayor
for the term of 2 years.
City of Pierson – City Council At-Large
Keith A. Saxen
Received Ten (10) votes
Gordon Bubke
Received Twenty-Five (25) votes
Bonnie Saxen
Received Thirty-Four (34) votes
Marvin Keith Swanson
Received Sixteen (16)
votes
Scattering
Received One (1) votes
Total
Eighty-Six (86) votes
We therefore declare:
Gordon Bubke to be duly elected for the office of City of Pierson – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Bonnie Saxen to be duly elected for the office of City of Pierson – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Salix – Mayor
Kevin Nelson
Received Thirty-Seven (37) votes
Kay Frances Scott
Received Eleven (11) votes
Scattering
Received One (1) votes
Total
Forty-Nine (49) votes
We therefore declare:
Kevin Nelson to be duly elected for the office of City of Salix – Mayor for
the term of 4 years.
City of Salix – City Council At-Large
Karen Allen
Received Forty-Four (44) votes
Cindy VanAuken
Received Forty-Two (42) votes
Scattering
Received Sixteen (16) votes
Emily Clayton
Received Seven (7) votes
Total
One Hundred and Nine (109) votes
We therefore declare:
Karen Allen to be duly elected for the office of City of Salix – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Cindy VanAuken to be duly elected for the office of City of Salix – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Emily Clayton to be duly elected for the office of City of Salix – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Salix – City Council At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
Scattering
Received Eight (8) Votes
Emily Clayton
Received Three (3) votes
Total
Eleven (11) votes
We therefore declare:
Emily Clayton to be duly elected for the office of City of Salix – City
Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
City of Sergeant Bluff – Mayor
Jon Winkel
Received Seven Hundred and Forty-Three
(743) votes
Dustin Thelander
Received Four Hundred and Ninety-Four
(494) votes
Scattering
Received Thirteen (13) votes
Total
One Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty
(1,250) votes
We therefore declare:
Jon Winkel to be duly elected for the office of City of Sergeant Bluff –
Mayor for the term of 4 years.
City of Sergeant Bluff – City Council At-Large
Carol Clark
Received Nine Hundred and Four (904) votes
William Gaukel
Received Nine Hundred and Twenty-One
(921) votes
Ronald Hanson
Received Eight Hundred and Sixty-One
(861) votes
Scattering
Received Fifty-Nine (59) votes
Total
Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty-Five
(2,745) votes.
We therefore declare:
Carol Clark to be duly elected for the office of City of Sergeant Bluff –
City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
William Gaukel to be duly elected for the office of City of Sergeant Bluff
– City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Ronald Hanson to be duly elected for the office of City of Sergeant Bluff
– City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Sioux City – City Council At-Large
Ike Rayford
Received Two Thousand Eight Hundred
(2,800) votes
Alex Waters
Received Four Thousand Two Hundred and
Seventeen (4,217) votes
Matthew R. O’Kane Received Two Thousand Eight Hundred and SixtySix (2,866) votes
Dan A. Moore
Received Four Thousand Four Hundred and EightSeven (4,487) votes
Scattering
Received One Hundred and Thirty-Four
(134) votes
Total
Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred and Four
(14,504) votes
City of Sloan – City Council At-Large
Matt Burton
Received One Hundred and Twenty-Six
(126) votes
Curt Larson
Received One Hundred and Three (103) votes
Scattering
Received Seven (7) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Thirty-Six (236) votes
We therefore declare:
Matt Burton to be duly elected for the office of City of Sloan – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Curt Larson to be duly elected for the office of City of Sloan – City
Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Smithland – Mayor
Elizabeth Peterson Received Eighteen (18) votes
Scattering
Received Four (4) votes
Total
Twenty-Two (22) votes
We therefore declare:
Elizabeth Peterson to be duly elected for the office of City of Smithland
– Mayor for the term of 2 years.
City of Smithland – City Council At-Large
Mary Kay Schroeder Received Twenty-One (21) votes
Krista J. Sulsberger Received Fifteen (15) votes
Scattering
Received Two (2) votes
Total
Thirty-Eight (38) votes
We therefore declare:
Mary Kay Schroeder to be duly elected for the office of City of Smithland
– City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Krista J. Sulsberger to be duly elected for the office of City of Smithland
– City Council At-Large for the term of 4 years.
City of Smithland – City Council At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
JoAnne Hinrickson Received Thirteen (13) votes
Megan Meyermann Received Nine (9) votes
Scattering
Received Two (2) votes
Total
Twenty-Four (24) votes
We therefore declare:
JoAnne Hinrickson to be duly elected for the office of City of Smithland
– city Council At-Large to fill a vacancy for the term of 2 years.
Kingsley-Pierson School Director At-Large
Lindsay Letsche
Received Sixteen (16) votes
Jason Collins
Received thirty (30) votes
Melissa Harder
Received Forty-Five (45) votes
Megan Plendl
Received Eighteen (18) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
One Hundred and Nine (109) votes
Lawton-Bronson School Director District 3
Scattering
Received Thirty-One (31) votes
Bryan Mesz
Received Twenty-Five (25) votes
Total
Fifty-Six (56) votes
Lawton-Bronson School Director District 5
Nicole Garnand
Received One Hundred and Eighty-Eight
(188) votes
Scattering
Received Nine (9) votes

Total
One Hundred and Ninety-Seven (197) votes
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto School Director District 1
Karen J. Kennedy
Received One Hundred and Eighty-Six (186) votes
Scattering
Received Eleven (11) votes
Total
One Hundred and Ninety-Seven (197) votes
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto School Director District 3
Trevor Lally
Received Thirty-Seven (37) votes
David Jensen
Received Eighty (80) votes
Dale Wimmer
Received One Hundred and Three (103) votes
Scattering
Received Seven (7) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Twenty-Seven (227) votes
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto School Director District 5
Scattering
Received Thirteen (13) votes
Jana Hamann
Received Sixty-Eight (68) votes
Total
Eighty-One (81) votes
OABCIG School Director District 3
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Trevor Lally
Received One (1) votes
Total
One (1) votes
OABCIG School Director District 4
Ryan Goodman
Received Two (2) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
Two (2) votes
OABCIG School Director District 6
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Total
Zero (0) votes
OABCIG School Director At-Large
Jeff Rasmussen
Received One (1) votes
Scattering
Received Zero (0) votes
Kim Blackwell
Received One (1) votes
Total
Two (2) votes
River Valley School Director District 1
Jessica Wilson
Received Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
(234) votes
Scattering
Received Two (2) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Thirty-Six (236) votes
River Valley School Director District 4
Kory Dausel
Received One Hundred and Three (103) votes
Sharleen Duncan
Received One Hundred and Fifty-Five (155) votes
Scattering
Received One (1) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Fifty-Nine (259) votes
River Valley School – Public Measurer WA
Yes
Received One Hundred and Eighty-Nine
(189) votes
No
Received Fifty-Three (53) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Forty-Two (242) votes
Sergeant Bluff-Luton School District Director At-Large
Lillyan Rodriguez
Received One Thousand and Sixty-Six
(1,066) votes
Matthew A. Britton Received One Thousand and Ninety-Eight
(1,098) votes
Scattering
Received Thirty (30) votes
Total
Two Thousand One Hundred and Ninety-Four
(2,194) votes
We therefore declare:
Lillyan Rodriguez to be duly elected for the office of Sergeant
Bluff-Luton School Director At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Matthew A. Britton to be duly elected for the office of Sergeant
Bluff-Luton School Director At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Sergeant Bluff-Luton School – Public Measure WB
Yes
Received Seven Hundred and Eighty-Three
(783) votes
No
Received Eight Hundred and Fifty-One (851) votes
Total
One Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty-Four
(1,634) votes
We therefore declare the public measure “Sergeant Bluff-Luton School
– Public Measure WB” not to be adopted.
Sioux City School Director At-Large
Michael Lang Bushby Received Eight Hundred and Eight-Four
(884) votes
Perla Alarcon-Flory Received Two Thousand Two Hundred and
Eighty-Six (2,286) votes
Bob Michaelson
Received Three Thousand Four Hundred and
Ninety-Three (3,493) votes
Shaun Michael Broyhill Received One Thousand Three Hundred and
Ninety-Four (1,394) votes
Joshua D. Potter
Received One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Eighty-Five (1,985) votes
Jan J. George
Received Two Thousand Five Hundred and FiftyEight (2,558) votes
Arthur Ryan Baker Received One Thousand and Sixty-Three
(1,063) votes
Chad Krastel
Received Five Hundred and Fifty-Three
(553) votes
Amanda Gibson
Received One Thousand Six Hundred and TwentyEight (1,628) votes
Scattering
Received Forty-Nine (49) votes
Total
Fifteen Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Three
(15,893) votes
Westwood School director At-Large
Brady Worrell
Received Two Hundred and Seventy-Two
(272) votes
Chuck Ferris
Received Two Hundred and Twenty-Six
(226) votes
Scattering
Received Twelve (12) votes
Total
Five Hundred and Ten (510) votes
Woodbury Central School Director At-Large
Donny Reblitz
Received One Hundred and Forty (140 ) votes
Clint Thomsen
Received One Hundred and Eighty-Five
(185) votes
Jeremy Cross
Received One Hundred and Ninety-Nine
(199) votes
Scattering
Received Twenty-Seven (27) votes
Total
Five Hundred and Fifty-One (551) votes
We therefore declare:
Donny Reblitz to be duly elected for the office of Woodbury Central
School Director At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Clint Thomsen to be duly elected for the office of Woodbury Central
School Director At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Jeremy Cross to be duly elected for the office of Woodbury Central
School Director At-Large for the term of 4 years.
Woodbury Central School Director At-Large to Fill a Vacancy
Chet Verschoor
Received One Hundred and Eighty (180) votes
Scattering
Received Five (5) votes
Total
One Hundred and Eighty-Five (185) votes
We therefore declare:
Chet Verschoor to be duly elected for the office of Woodbury Central
School Director At-Large to Fill a Vacancy for the term of 2 years.
Western Iowa Tech Community College Director District 2
Bill Anderson
Received Two Hundred and Twenty-Three
(223) votes
Scattering
Received Two (2) votes
Total
Two Hundred and Twenty-Five (225) votes
Western Iowa Tech Community College Director District 5
Patricia Sutherland Received Eight Hundred and Twenty-Nine
(829) votes
Scattering
Received Twelve (12) votes
Total
Eight Hundred and Forty-One (841) votes
We therefore declare:
Patricia Sutherland to be duly elected for the office of Western Iowa
Tech Community College Director District 5 for the term of 4 years.
Western Iowa Tech Community College Director District 7 to Fill a
Vacancy
Scattering
Received One Hundred and Twenty-Five
(125) votes
Gregory Alan Aymar Received Thirty-Four (34) votes
Total
One Hundred and Fifty-Nine (159) votes
Western Iowa Tech Community College Director District 8
Russell Wray
Received Six Hundred and Seventy-Five
(675) votes
Scattering
Received Six (6) votes
Total
Six Hundred and Eighty-One (681) votes
A public hearing was held at 4:35 p.m. for proposal to enter into an
Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement with the Woodbury County
Law Enforcement Center Authority. The Chairperson called on anyone
wishing to be heard.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to close the public hearing. Carried
5-0.
Motion by Taylor second by Radig to approve and authorize the
Chairperson to sign a Resolution approving and authorizing an amended
and substituted lease agreement by and between Woodbury County
Law Enforcement Center Authority and Woodbury County, Iowa. Carried
5-0.
RESOLUTION #13,361
RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING AN
AMENDED AND SUBSTITUTED LEASE AGREEMENT BY
AND BETWEEN WOODBURY COUNTY LAW
ENFORCEMENT CENTER AUTHORITY AND WOODBURY
COUNTY, IOWA
WHEREAS, there has heretofore been established a Lease Agreement by
and between the Woodbury County Law Enforcement Center Authority
and Woodbury County, Iowa, dated September 1, 2020 (the “Lease
Agreement”), as amended, as authorized by Iowa Code Section 346.27;
and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 18.1 of said Lease Agreement, the
parties agreed to enter into an Amended and Substituted Lease
Agreement to be dated on or about the closing of the issuance of the
Additional Bonds (as defined therein); and
WHEREAS, the Authority expects to issue the Additional Bonds on or
about November 17, 2021; and
WHEREAS, the parties now desire to enter into such an Amended and
Substituted Lease Agreement effective as of November 17, 2021, in
the form now before the Board of Supervisors and in compliance with
Section 18.1; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to published notice, this Board has held a public
meeting and hearing upon the proposal to approve and authorize
execution of the Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement and has
considered the extent of objections received from residents of property
owners as to said Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement; and,
accordingly the following action is now considered to be in the best
interests of the County and residents thereof.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
OF WOODBURY COUNTY, IOWA:
Section1. That the Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement in the

form attached hereto, is hereby approved in all respects and shall be
substituted in lieu of the Lease Agreement dated September 1, 2020.
Section 2. That all aspects of the Amended and Substituted Lease
Agreement are hereby ratified, confirmed and approved and remain in
full force and effect.
PASSED AND APPROVED this 9th day of November, 2021.
WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Copy filed.
Motion by De Witt second by Radig to approve and authorize the
Chairperson to sign a Resolution amending Resolution #13,070 levying
a direct annual tax for payment of the base rent and additional rent due
under the lease agreement by and between the Woodbury County Law
Enforcement Center Authority and Woodbury County, Iowa, pursuant to
section 346.27 of the code of Iowa. Carried 5-0.
RESOLUTION #13,362
RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION #13,070
LEVYING A DIRECT ANNUAL TAX FOR PAYMENT OF
THE BASE RENT AND ADDITIONAL RENT DUE
UNDER THE LEASE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN
THE WOODBURY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT
CENTER AUTHORITY AND WOODBURY COUNTY,
IOWA, PURSUANT TO SECTION 346.27 OF THE CODE
OF IOWA
WHEREAS, Woodbury County, State of Iowa (“County”), is a political
subdivision, organized and existing under the Constitution and laws of
the State of Iowa’ and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 346.27 of the Code of Iowa, the County
entered into that certain Lease Agreement dated September 1, 2020,
as amended and substituted (the “County Lease”) with the Woodbury
County Law Enforcement Center Authority (the “Authority”) for the nonexclusive use of the Facility (as defined in the County Lease); and
WHEREAS, Section 346.27(22) of the Code of Iowa provides that when
the County enters into a lease with the Authority, the governing body
of the County shall provide by ordinance or resolution for the levy and
collection of a direct annual tax sufficient to pay the annual rent payable
under the lease as and when is becomes due and payable. The tax
shall be levied and collected in like manner with the other taxes of the
County and shall be in addition to all other taxes authorized to be levied
by the County. This tax shall not be included within and shall be in
addition to any statutory limitation of rate or amount for the County. The
taxes realized from the tax levy shall be deposited into an account in
the debt service fund of the County for the payment of the annual rent
and shall not be disbursed for any other purpose; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to the County Lease, the County agreed to make
semi-annual payments of Base Rent and Additional Rent (as those
terms are defined in the County Lease) to the Authority; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to the County Lease, the Authority agreed to issue
its Law Enforcement Center Facilities Revenue Bonds (the “Bonds”)
for the purpose of financing the design, construction, equipping, and
furnishing of the Facility (as defined in the County Lease), including the
acquisition of land for such purposes, for the joint use of the County and
City of Sioux City, Iowa (the “City”); and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 18.1 of the County Lease, the parties
agreed to enter into an Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement to
be dated on or about the closing of the issuance of the Additional Bonds
(as defined in the County Lease); and
WHEREAS, the Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement updates the
schedule of Base Rent payments to include the Additional Bonds the
Authority expects to issue on or about November 17, 2021; and
WHEREAS, on October 20, 2020, the Board of Supervisors of the County
did adopt a certain Resolution #13,070 entitled “Resolution levying a
direct annual tax for payment of the Base Rent and Additional Rent due
under the Lease Agreement by and between Woodbury County Law
Enforcement Center Authority and Woodbury County, Iowa, pursuant to
Section 346.27 of the Code of Iowa”; and
WHEREAS, due to the updated Base Rent and Additional Rent in the
Amended and Substituted Lease Agreement, it is necessary to make
changes to Resolution #13,070 adopted on October 20, 2020; and
therefore, said Board has adopted a new Resolution to be substituted
in its entirety for Resolution #13,070 previously adopted on October
20, 2020, levying a direct annual tax for payment of the Base Rent
and Additional Rent due under the County Lease, as amended and
substituted, pursuant to Section 346.27 of the Code of Iowa; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has taken such acts as are
necessary to levy and collect the direct annual tax.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
WOODBURY COUNTY, STATE OF IOWA:
Section 1. Authorization. The direct annual tax authorized by Section
346.27 of the Code of Iowa is being specially levied to pay the Base
Rent and Additional Rent due under the County Lease, as amended and
substituted. The Base Rent shall be paid to the Authority to finance the
design, construction, equipping, and furnishing of the Woodbury County
Law Enforcement Center, including the acquisition of land for such
purposes, for the joint use of the County and City, and not to finance the
general purposes of the County. Subject to Section 3 below, the County
shall continue to levy and collect the direct annual tax until such time
as the bonds issued by the Authority to finance the Facility have been
paid in full.
Section 2. Levy of Direct Annual Tax. For the purpose of providing funds
to pay the Base Rent and Additional Rent due under the County Lease,
as amended and substituted, as required under Section 346.27 of the
Code of Iowa, there is levied for each future year the following direct
annual tax upon all the taxable property in Woodbury County, State of
Iowa, to wit:
FISCAL YEAR (JULY 1 TO JUNE 30)
AMOUNT
YEAR OF COLLECTION
$2,131,028.23
2021/2022
$4,018,076.09
2022/2023
$4,014,888.26
2023/2024
$4,020,352.90
2024/2025
$4,017,860.70
2025/2026
$4,015,012.40
2026/2027
$4,018,510.00
2027/2028
$4,016,995.26
2028/2029
$4,016,998.26
2029/2030
$4,017,750.00
2030/2031
$4,019,713.26
2031/2032
$4,012,840.76
2032/2033
$4,016,984.50
2033/2034
$4,016,631.00
2034/2035
$4,016,773.50
2035/2036
$4,018,332.50
2036/2037
$4,021,101.00
2037/2038
$4,014,924.50
2038/2039
$4,009,957.50
2039/2040
$3,936,000.00
2040/2041
Section 3. Amendment of Levy of Annual Tax. This Board may file an
amendment to this Resolution with the County Auditor.
Section 4. Filing. A certified copy of this Resolution shall be filed with
the County Auditor of Woodbury County, State of Iowa, who shall,
pursuant to Sections 76.2 and 346.27 of the Code of Iowa, levy, assess
and collect the tax in the same manner as other taxes and, when
collected, these taxes shall be used only for the purpose of paying
the Base Rent and Additional Rent due under the County Lease, as
amended and substituted.
PASSED AND APPROVED this 9th day of November, 2021.
WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Copy filed.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to bid out the county farm for one
year (2022). Carried 5-0. Copy filed.
Motion by De Witt second by Wright to approve the creation of a Warrant
Clerk III position to take effect November 29, 2021. Carried 5-0. Copy
filed.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to purchase the proposal offered by
CTI for the Board of Supervisors Room AVI upgrade. Carried 4-1; Wright
opposed. Copy filed.
Motion by Taylor second by Ung to approve and authorize the
Chairperson to sign a Resolution bridge embargo. Carried 5-0.
WOODBURY COUNTY
BRIDGE EMBARGO RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION #13,363
WHEREAS: The Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of
Sections 321.236 Sub. (8), 321.471 to 321.473 to prohibit the operation
of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated
highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction, and
WHEREAS: the Woodbury County Engineer has caused to be completed
the Structure Inventory and Appraisal of certain bridges according to
accepted Bridge Inspection Standards and has determined that the
bridges below, require revision to their current load ratings,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Woodbury County Board
of Supervisors that the following vehicle and load limit be established
and that signs be placed advising of the permissible maximum weights
thereof on the bridge listed herein.
Bridge No. FHWA No. Section Township Range Posted Limit
B-213
354770 13-89-43
10, 15, 15 Tons
B-249-1 354551 07-89-42
One Lane bridge
C-192
355044 27-89-44
6 Tons
K-23
353260 17-88-43
6 Tons
K-113
353380 35-88-43
One truck on the bridge
M-299
351220 02-87-42
Close until replacement
T-53
351140 12-86-46
10, 15, 15 Tons
U-17-1 350960 07-86-45
6 tons
U-155
351030 25-86-45
12, 17, 16 Tons
X-116
<20 feet 31-86-42
14, 23, 23 Tons
Passed and approved this 9th day of November, 2021.
WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Copy filed.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to award the bid for the Oak Ridge
Park project to Holly Brown Construction for $66,078.50. Carried 5-0.
Copy filed.
Motion by Taylor second by De Witt to award the quote for semi-tractor
trucks to Istate and Freightliner. Carried 5-0. Copy filed.
There was no action taken to allow a survey at the County Farm.
Carol Hennings, Moville, spoke in opposition to allow the survey.
The Board heard reports on committee meetings.
There were no citizen concerns.
Board concerns were heard.
The Board adjourned the regular meeting until November 16, 2021.
Meeting sign in sheet. Copy filed. 2
November 09, 2021 Cont’d.Page 4
Published in the Sioux City Journal November 24, 2021. LGL#34915

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