Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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Paid for by taxpayers in… City of West Des Moines

1/16/2013

Amount: $1,004.98

To: Aramark Uniform Services

For: Purchase of uniforms and mats for West Des Moines Human Services and Public Works.

 

Amount: $450

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To: Arrow Stage Lines

For: Rental of motorcoach for the Holiday Lights senior trip.

 

Amount: $525        

To: Philip L. Ascheman, Ph.D.

For: Payment for psyche evaluations for job candidates.

 

Amount: $265

To: Randy Bruett at Graphic Creations

For: Purchase of large, reflective vehicle decals for city vehicles.

 

Amount: $270

To: Bob’s Septic and Mobile Toilet Service, Inc.

For: Rental of five portable rental toilets for the City of West Des Moines.

 

Amount: $2,074

To: Doors Inc.

For: Purchase large, metal door frame and door for Public Works Building.

 

Amount: $4,362.60

To: De Lage Landen

For: Payment for costs of multiple copy machines located in public buildings of West Des Moines.

 

Amount: $1,488.73

To: Entenmann Rovin-Co

For: Purchase of badges and hat pieces for future employees of the West Des Moines Police Department.

 

Amount: $30,067

To: Ed Roehr Safety Products

For: Purchase of a Yellow 2X taser, including warranties, cartridges, holsters, magazines, certification cartridges, etc., for the police department.

 

Amount: $1,506.74

To: Earl May Seed and Nursery

For: Purchase of peat moss and cypress mulch for West Des Moines parks.

 

Amount: $1,148.40

To: Nicole Engler for Engler Embroidery

For: Payment for logo applications on West Des Moines Emergency Management Services uniforms.

 

Amount: $173.05

To: Fair-Play

For: Payment for the repair of a West Des Moines school scoreboard.

 

salary 011713Salaries and Such

Name: Matt Smith

Title: Principal

Department: North High School

Annual salary: $122,063

 

Travel

The Des Moines City Council recently approved Senior Radio Technician Daniel Gray to travel to Las Vegas, Nev., from Feb. 19 – 24, to attend the International Wireless Communications Expo. The conference promises to provide technical courses on a wide variety of topics in the radio communications field, many of which are said to provide information on future mandated changes. The travel expense comes at a cost of $2,025 to local taxpayers.  CV

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