Anamosa Community School District
November 1, 2010
The Anamosa Board of Education met in regular session on November 1, 2010, at 7:00 P.M., in
the high school library with President Tiedt presiding. Members present: Kilburg, McKean,
Crump, Darrow, Sellnau and Riniker. Also in attendance were student council representatives,
Sophia Corpstein and Taylor Timp.
Prior to the regular meeting a Public Hearing was held at 6:30 P.M. regarding the sale of the
student built home. Hearing no comments from anyone in the audience or from the Board,
the public hearing was closed by President Tiedt at 6:32 P.M.
The next Public Hearing was held at 6:35 P.M. regarding the sale of the Highway 64 property.
After hearing from two interested citizens and several board members, the public hearing was
closed at 6:44 P.M. by President Tiedt.
Motion by Darrow, seconded by Riniker to adopt the agenda, as printed. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Sellnau, seconded by Crump to approve the consent agenda (personnel appointments/
adjustments), as submitted. Motion carried 7-0.
Eagle View Land Development bid $320,000 for the Highway 64 property. The bid was rejected because it was considerably lower than the District has invested in the property. Motion by Darrow, seconded by Crump to decline the Eagle View bid and continue to market the property after the Barner Realty contract has ended. It was suggested the District should work with the Iowa Department of Economic Development and list the property at $10,000 an acre. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by McKean, seconded by Darrow to transfer the balance of $71,940.56 in the Debt
Service Fund to the Capital Projects Fund as recommended by auditors for the District. Motion
Motion by McKean, seconded by Riniker to allow a District clerical staff person to use personal
sick leave in place of family leave for the balance of the school year. Motion carried 7-0. This
type of request is unique and needs to be addressed at the bargaining table.
Motion by Crump, seconded by Darrow to adjourn at 7:28 P.M. Motion carried 7-0.