The Centerville City Council will meet tonight and Tuesday both at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. Tonight is the council’s first regular June meeting and Tuesday the council will conduct a work session to review the top 11 applicants for the city administrator position then narrow that list to five finalists with interviews scheduled for June 21 and 22.
Tonight, the council’s top item is the the public hearing to issue up to $1 million in general obligation refunding capital loan notes series 2013 and redemption of loan notes series 2003 dated May 1, 2003 and redemption of loan note series 2011B dated Sept. 14, 2011.
Other agenda items:
• Centerville Mayor Jim Senior will present the Citizen of the Month award.
• Bill Milani’s request to use the intersection of Highway 2 and 5 for a Knights of Columbus “Tootsie Roll” drive Sept. 14 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
• Bev Jewett’s request that the unused railroad Local Option Sales and Service Tax funds be returned to the city swimming pool account.
• Kristin Craver’s appointment to the Drake Public Library Board of Directors.
• Several paper work items relating to Shark Fin Shears Company grant.
• Approve the hire of a swimming pool manager and head life guard. Margaret Repasz at $11 per hour is listed at the new pool manager and Noah Schwering at $9.25 per hour is listed at the new head life guard as of June 5, 2013 in the resolution setting salaries for fiscal year 2014.
• Approve the job description for the new position of assistant chief of police. The description states the assistant chief of police provides the second level of supervision within the department, is superior to the sergeants, acts in the place of the chief’s absence and is an exempt administrative position.
• Centerville Police Chief Tom Demry to talk about the purchase of new police cars.
• Discuss ADA Compliance at City Hall and tree removal at Oakland Cemetery.
• Resolution amending provisions of the employee handbook and a resolution setting salaries for appointed officers and employees for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.
Not an agenda item but the mayor is expected to give an update on the search for a city administrator.