Compiled by Matt Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Paid for by taxpayers in…
(paid during the week of June 14)
To: Rainbow Dry Cleaning
For: Dry cleaning for the Urbandale Police Department.
To: All Forms and Supplies
For: Payment for D.A.R.E. certificates for the Urbandale Police Department.
To: Freedom First Aid & Safety
For: Purchase of safety and medical supplies for the Urbandale Fire Department.
To: Zoll Medical Corp.
For: Payment for equipment repair for the Urbandale Fire Department.
To: Metro Waste Authority
For: Payment for landfill fees.
To: Blue Beacon Truck Wash
For: Payment for washing fire trucks of the Urbandale Fire Department.
To: Gene Motter
For: Refund deposit and rental fee for Lions Shelter by the Urbandale Public Works Department.
To: ADA Mowing
For: Payment for mowing services for the Urbandale Parks Department.
To: Iowa Community Education Association
For: Annual membership dues for Jan Herke of the Urbandale Parks Department.
To: Heartland Flagpoles and Flags
For: Payment for flagpole repairs.
To: Central Iowa Floral Inc.
For: Payment for beddings plants for the City of Urbandale Grounds Maintenance.
To: KD Kanopy Inc.
For: Payment for pop-up canopy tent to used by the Urbandale Parks and Recreation Department.
To: Golden Rule Gifts and Vacations
For: Payment for wellness supplies for the Urbandale Parks and Recreation Department.
To: Shirley Blair
For: Payment for mowing cemetery.
To: Lorrie Nagel
For: Airfare reimbursement to ICA Conference from Dec. 1 to 22.
Salaries and Such
Name: Clay McClure
Title: Director of the Iowa Office of State-Federal Relations
Years experience: 0
Annual salary: $100,796.80
The Des Moines City Council recently approved $1,432 for Rod Santizo, senior police officer, to attend training in Charleston, Ill., from June 27 to July 1. The training will provide re-certification for instructing in the use and deployment of aerosols, specialty impact munitions, distraction devices and chemical munitions. The council also approved $1,407 for Douglas Philiph, assistant city attorney, and Mikel Johnson, Human Rights specialist, and $1,522 for James Bowman, Human Rights Commissioner, to attend the National Fair Housing Policy Conference in New Orleans, La. The conference runs from July 18 to 23 and is a requirement of the Department of Housing and Urban Development through a mutual contract. The conference will provide updated information on Fair Housing policy, law and issues. The amount expended for travel and training as June 7 is $316.358. CV