(paid during the week of July 2)
To: A+ Lawn and Landscaping Inc.
For: Payment for services pruning all the shrubs
around county property, pulling weeds and cutting
volunteer growth from beds in April.
To: Adventureland of America Inc.
For: Purchase of 53 passes at $25 apiece for
a June 21 outing to the amusement park for kids
at the Norwood Community Center.
To: Fair Board
For: Contribution payment for the FY12-13 fair
To: Illinois Association of County Veterans
For: Registration fees for veteran representatives
Angel Kifer and Alec Quijano to attend the Veteran
Service Organization Accreditation and Continuing
Education Units Training Conference in Bloomington,
Ill., Sept. 10-13.
To: Insight Public Sector
For: Payment for Microsoft technology services
and licensing for the Information Technology
Department in June.
To: Parenting Way Inc., Urbandale Booster Inc.
and West Des Moines Community Schools
For: Community Betterment Grants paid out to
help fund projects and programs such as soccer
clubs, community foundations, etc. The CBGs
are funded through the FY11-12 Prairie Meadows
Revenue Gaming Plan.
To: Mercy Medical Center
For: Reimbursement payments for local women
who meet specific eligibility requirements to
obtain breast cancer prevention treatments.
These payments are funded through the Susan
G. Komen grant dollars.
To: Diagnostic Imaging Association
For: Reimbursement payment through the Susan
G. Komen grant for women who meet the certain
eligibility requirements to get mammograms.
To: Employee and Family Resources
For: Recurring monthly payment.
To: Capitol City Mini Storage
For: Monthly payment for the use of seven units.
To: Midwest Cryogenics Inc.
For: Quarterly recurring payment for providing
the Polk County Health Department with liquid
nitrogen ($37.50 per month).
To: Iowa Beverage Systems ($104) and Doll Distributing
For: Payment for beer at the Iowa Events Center
for the week ending June 29.
Salaries and Such
Department Warren County Assessor
Annual salary $67,470.70
The Des Moines City Council recently approved
Mayor T.M. Franklin Cownie to travel to Nanjing,
China, from June 20-24, with a delegation from
the United States Conference of Mayors to discuss
economic cooperation and investment between
U.S. cities and China. All expenses for this
trip will be paid by the U.S. Conference of
Mayors. Mayor Cownie was also approved to travel
to Washington, D.C., on June 28 to attend a
White House Forum on Sustainable Communities.
The cost for that trip is $859. CV