(paid during the week of May 7)
To: AmSan (Chicago, Ill.)
For: Purchase of 20 cases of enmotion white
towel rolls at $44.67 each for the Des Moines
For: Purchase of nine odor-control devices
for the airport.
To: Simplex Grinnell
For: Payment for services repairing the fire
alarm panel in the field maintenance building
at the airport after a lightning strike (not
covered by service agreement), including $1,165.50
in labor charges (seven hours), $1,395.21 in
materials and $556.92 for miscellaneous parts.
To: Specialized Wholesale and Technology
For: Purchase of 50 bags of multi-purpose grease
for the airport.
For: Postage cost for Spring 2012 newsletter
(79,498 at a cost of about 15 cents each plus
286 First Class at a rate of 90 cents).
To: Emergency Vehicle Sales and Service
For: Purchase of Hi Watt Halogen light bulbs
at $7 each, plus $5.93 in freight fees for fire
For: Purchase of cookies, brownies, foam cups
and other kitchen items.
For: Purchase of spaghetti meals and three
gallons of chocolate milk for 40 kids through
the park and rec department.
To: Bound Tree Medical (Chicago, Ill.)
For: Purchase of 11 packs of latex tourniquets
(250 per pack) for the airport.
To: Brownells Inc.
For: Purchase of arms and ammunition accessories
such as break free clips, pistol punch sets,
gun cleaning solution and magazines for the
To: Des Moines Metro Recycling
For: Payment for services picking up spent
antifreeze and oil absorbent pads.
To: Digital Matters Productions
For: Contracted payment for 30- to 120-second
public service announcements at $175 each for
the month of May.
Salaries and Such
Department Department of Commerce – Alcoholic
Years served Appointed by Gov. Branstad on
May 10, 2010
Annual salary $124,992.63
The Des Moines City Council recently approved
several city officials to attend the Annual
Greater Des Moines Partnership lobbying campaign
in Washington, D.C.; May 9-11: Mayor T.M. Franklin,
City Manager Richard Clark and council members
Christine Hensley, Chris Coleman and Skip Moore
will speak to congressional leaders and discuss
needs of the City. Each person was approved
$2,200 for the trip, totaling $11,000 to Des