Paid for by taxpayers in…
(paid during the week of July 4)
To: A+ Lawn & Landscaping
For: Service to right-of-way areas and to restore a yard to its original condition.
To: Adair County auditor
For: Payment for the autopsy fees of a Polk County resident who died in that county.
To: American Fence Co. of Iowa Inc.
For: Grant expense from FEMA for the Polk County Conservation Board.
To: K. Brown
For: Refund for a lodge reservation.
To: Bureau of National Affairs
For: Publication fees for criminal law reports for the county attorney as per the customer contract.
To: Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Commission
For: Annual membership dues for fiscal year 2011-12 for the Board of Supervisors in order to maintain its governing status.
To: Molly Kinser-Douglas
For: Payment for art therapist services provided.
To: Koch Brothers
For: Payment for minor data processing equipment and hand tools for the county information technology department.
To: McMaster-Carr Supply Co. (Elmhurst, Ill.)
For: Purchase and delivery of high-traction, two-part, anti-slip floor coatings and fuse holders.
To: Reinhart Food Service
For: Purchase of fruits, vegetables and other produce foods for the jail.
To: Des Moines Independent Community
For: Payment to the agency's trust fund for the purpose of bus sponsorships at East High School through the conservation department.
To: Cramer & Associates Inc.
For: Grant expenses for the Ankeny to Woodward recreational trail.
To: Correctional Visitation Technologies (Phoenix, Ariz.)
For: Service fees for one year of video visitation system services.
Salaries and Such
Name David E. Heaton
Title Iowa Representative (R-Mount Pleasant)
Years experience 5
Annual salary $25,000
Des Moines agribusiness, Kemin Industries Inc., was recently awarded a forgivable $1 million loan by the Iowa Department of Economic Development (IDED) to assist with the implementation of the Kemin Project under the terms and conditions of the Economic Development Financial Assistance Contract between IDED, Kemin and the City of Des Moines. The Kemin Project is proposing to invest about $39.6 million toward the implementation of its five-year Capital Improvement Plan to expand its home office, research and manufacturing facilities at 2100 Maury Street, as well as to retain 332 jobs and create 98 new Des Moines jobs. CV