during the week of May 14)
To: Arrow Stage Lines (Norfolk, Neb.)
For: Use of a motorcoach for two senior trips
to Cleark Lake to a tea room on May 2 and 9.
To: EMC Risk Services
For: Payment for workman’s compensation claims
($14,527.87), plus special requests, medical
cost reviews and other fees for the month of
To: Mike Finestead of Finestead Enterprises
For: Payment for rehabilitation services provided
for two DeSoto residences — $4,687 for plumbing,
drywall, flooring, roofing, gutters and remodeling
work for Joan Hatfield; and $1,610.69 for driveway
replacement, structure and sewer line work for
To: Claudia Henning
For: Payment for contracted services providing
restorative justice consultation from April
16-30 through the police department.
To: Keltek Inc.
For: Purchase of a rear camera for an ambulance
($1,720) and an auto charger and charging system
for Engine 170 ($1,993) plus installation costs
and warranties for the fire department.
To: Outdoor Recreation Products (Elkhorn, Neb.)
For: Purchase of a new zoo panel ($412) and
a Dumor bench including a custom plaque ($1,383)
for parks and rec, plus $223 in freight fees.
To: Iowa Fire Equipment Company
For: Purchase of 30 pounds of ABC Badger Advantage
fire extinguisher material plus services for
the police station.
To: Acme Printing Company
For: Cost to print 17,500 flyers for a fire
fighter recruitment campaign through the human
To: Bound Tree Medical LLC (Chicago, Ill.)
For: Purchase of first aid and emergency management
services supplies such as bandages, cotton sponges,
instant cold packs, masks, gauzes, catheters,
medications, syringes, etc. for the police department.
To: Danko Emergency Equipment Company (Snyder,
For: Purchase of 200 gallons of fire-stop foam
for the fire department.
To: Feld Fire
For: Purchase of a wiper motor, including $81
in freight fees.
Salaries and Such
David A. Vaudt
Title State Auditor
Department Auditor of State
Years served 9
Annual salary $103,212
The Des Moines City Council recently approved
Mayor T.M. Franklin Cownie to travel to Washington,
D.C., from June 5-7, to attend the National
Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council
(NUCFAC) meeting. All costs of the trip will
be paid by the sponsor. The mayor was also approved
to travel to to Orlando, Fla., from June 12-16,
to attend the 80th Annual Meeting of the United
States Conference of Mayors at a cost of $2,685
to local taxpayers. CV