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Summary of Actions Taken

Iowa Transportation Commission Meeting
Tuesday, June 7, 2005
Forest City, Iowa

Commission
Order Number
Order Title and Description Action
Taken
DOT Contact
D-2005-73 Approving Minutes of the May 10, 2005, Commission Meeting

Approved

Connie Page, Commission Secretary,
515-239-1242

D-2005-74 Administrative Rule – Chapter 500, “Interstate Registration and Operation of Vehicles” Approved Mark Wandro, Director,
515-239-1111
D-2005-75 Administrative Rules – Chapter 605 – “License Issuance” and 607 “Commercial Driver Licensing”

Approved

Mark Wandro, Director,
515-239-1111

PP-2005-76 Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant –
city of St. Ansgar
The Commission approved up to $256,000 to assist with grading and paving of approximately 1,845 feet of new roadway connecting to Mitchell County Road 105.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1664

PP-2005-77 Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant –
city of Fort Madison
The Commission approved up to $100,000 to assist with grading and paving of an approximately 300-foot extension of Crabtree Lane.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1664

PP-2005-78 Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant –
city of Waterloo
The Commission approved up to $138,315 to assist with grading and paving 600 feet of new roadway connecting to Ansborough Avenue.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1664

PP-2005-79 FY 2006 Highway Program
Presented for final review and approval as amended by the Commission

Approved as amended

E. Jon Ranney, Director, Office of Program Management,
515-239-1500

PP-2005-80 Transfer of Jurisdiction – U.S. 275 and Iowa 2 in the city of Sidney and Fremont County -
Transfers to Fremont County and the city of Sidney portions U.S. 275 and Iowa 2. The state will transfer approximately 1.3 miles of U.S. 275 and Iowa 2 to the city of Sidney and approximately one mile to these roadways to Fremont County. The state will transfer $2.225 million to the city of Sidney and $200,000 to Fremont County, which represents the costs to place the roadways in a good state of repair. The transfers will be complete upon payment of funds to the city and county and the notification by the state to the city and county of the time and date of the official transfers.

Approved as amended

Kevin Mahoney, Director,
Highway Division,
515-239-1124

A public input meeting was also held. Several groups presented information to the Commission, but no action was taken.