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Summary of Actions Taken

Iowa Transportation Commission Meeting
Tuesday, July 13, 2004
Ames, Iowa


Commission Order Number Order Title and Description Action Taken DOT Contact

D-2005-1

Approving Minutes of the June 2, 2004, Commission Meeting

Approved

Connie Page, Commission Secretary, 515-239-1242

D-2005-2

Administrative Rules Revisions: Chapters 761-116 “Junkyard Control” and 761-117 “Outdoor Advertising

Approved

Mark Wandro, Director,
515-239-1111

D-2005-3

Administrative Rules Revision: Chapter 761-401.9 “Firefighter Plates”

Approved

Mark Wandro, Director,
515-239-1111

PP-2005-4

Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Default and Proposed Settlement – city of Holstein
The Commission approved a $45,568 default settlement of a 1999 RISE grant to the city of Holstein. Payment will be made over five years. The default is in connection to the failure to create an adequate number of jobs at VT Industries, Inc.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-5

Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant – city of Nevada

Postponed

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-6

Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant – city of Huxley
The Commission approved up to $255,047 for grading and paving of approximately 1,825 feet of S. Main Avenue and Snyder Drive in the Huxley Development Park.

Approved

Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-7

Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant – Mills and Pottawattamie counties
The Commission approved up to $247,800 for grading and paving of approximately 9,240 feet of 189th Street from Iowa 370 in Mills County north to the south entrance of MidAmerican Energy in Pottawattamie County.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-8

Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Grant – city of Le Mars
The Commission approved up to $1,937,174 for grading and paving of portions of Keystone Avenue, 200th Street and 24th Street Southwest. The improvement is necessary to provide access to the proposed new corporate headquarters for Wells Blue Bunny.

Approved

Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

H-2005-9

Transfer of jurisdiction – Iowa 368 (old Iowa 5) in the city of Hartford
Transfers to the city of Hartford approximately .46 mile of Iowa 368. The state will transfer funds in the amount of $83,321.77 which represents the cost to place the roadway in a good state of repair. The transfer will be complete upon the state’s payment to the city and notification by the state to the city of the time and date of the official transfer.

Approved

John Adam,
Interim director,
515-239-1124