Compiled by Matt Miller email@example.com
Paid for by taxpayers in…
(paid during the week of April 26)
To: Rainbow Dry Cleaners and Laundry
For: Payment for drying cleaning of Urbandale Police Department uniforms.
For: Purchase of D.A.R.E. supplies for the Urbandale Police Department.
To: Jerry Holt
For: Registration reimbursement for the Chief’s Spring Conference.
To: American Academy of Professional Coders
For: Membership dues for an employee of the Urbandale EMS Department.
To: First Medical Inc.
For: Purchase of EMS supplies for Urbandale EMS Department.
To: Metro Waste Authority
For: Fee for monthly Curb-It program.
To: American Public Works Association
For: Registration for four employees to attend the International Public Works Congress and Exposition.
To: Triplett Companies
For: Purchase of office supplies for Urbandale Public Works Department.
To: ADA Mowing and Lawn Care Plus Inc.
For: Payment for professional lawn mowing issued by the Urbandale Parks and Recreation Department.
To: Jan Herke
For: Travel reimbursement for Iowa Park and Recreation conference.
To: Pittsburgh Paints
For: Painting of bike trail tunnel by City of Urbandale.
For: Payment for supplies for used at the Daddy/Daughter Dance.
To: Sink Paper and Packaging
For: Payment for janitorial supplies for the city pool by the City of Urbandale.
To: Iowa League of Cities
For: Registration for Iowa Municipal Professional Academy.
For: Payment for office supplies for Urbandale City Hall.
Salaries and Such
Name :Veronica Stalker
Title: Interim director for Iowa Association of School Boards
Years experience: 0
Annual salary: $142,858
The Legislative Services Agency recently categorized Iowa’s $5.3 billion in general fund spending for the fiscal year that begins July 1. (courtesy of Legislative Services Agency)
Education/aid to schools — $3.309 billion (62.7 percent)
Health and human services — $935.5 million (12 percent)
Justice system — $635.6 million (1.3 percent)
Other — $254.7 million (4.8 percent)
Administration and regulation — $66.6 million (1.3 percent)
Economic development — $41.8 million (0.8 percent)
Agriculture and natural resources — $35.9 million (0.7 percent). CV