The second meeting of Riverdale’s City Council in 2022 was held in the Community Room of City Hall at 7pm on Tuesday, January 25th. The meeting was held in accordance with open meeting laws set and defined by the State of Iowa (Sections 21.2 and 21.8).

What happened?

January 25, 2022 Council Meeting Agenda
January 25, 2022 Council Meeting Packet
January 25, 2022 Council Meeting Recording – Open Session
January 25, 2022 Council Meeting Minutes

Digital copies of the meeting agenda, packet, minutes and audio recording can be downloaded by clicking the links above.

The meeting was called to order at 7:01 pm by Mayor Anthony Heddlesten. Updates on the City’s landscaping and invasive species plans were reviewed by Querqus Land Stewardship and additional reports were presented by City Staff.

The Council also considered and acted on resolutions approving the naming of committee members and chairs to various committees for the City, the possible installation of a barrier fence between the City and some trailer homes on the west side of the City (behind Brenny’s) as well as a resolution authorizing partial payment to the contractor working on the second phase of the sanitary sewer system rehabilitation.

The Mayor issued proclamations recognizing the history and heritage of the Pleasant Valley Township and celebrating Riverdale’s involvement in the regional, “QC That’s Where” marketing campaign.

Once all of the general business was completed, the Council went into closed session to discuss a personnel matter. The closed session ended and the open session of the meeting was adjourned at 10:19 pm.