Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines Public School district5/15/2013
To: Academy Roofing and Sheeting
For: Payment for services for miscelleneous roof repairs to the schools and buildings.
To: ACE Educational Supplies
For: Purchase of Consequences board game, including $10 for shipping.
To: ACP Direct
For: Purchase of slim personal CD players ($573.75), cassette recorders and player ($314.75) plus 6 percent shipping fees ($53.31).
To: All American Timing
For: Payment for services facilitating the East High School track meet, plus a $100 meet cancellation fee for Hoover High School.
To: Anderson Erickson Dairy
For: Purchase of milk and other dairy products.
To: Angelo Architectural
For: Cost of the Central Nutrition Center Walk.
To: Ankeny Community Schools
For: Payment for tuition-out students.
To: Apple Computers Inc.
For: Purchase of iPads, MacBook Pros, Wi-Fi, AppleCare Protection Plans, vouchers and more.
To: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
For: Purchase of materials “Teaching With Poverty in Mind,” including $122.12 in shipping fees.
To: Banks School Supply
For: Purchase of 31 lower-case magnetic letters.
To: Better Binding Service
For: Payment for repair the laminator.
To: Carpenter Uniforms
For: Purchase of new security staff attire.
Salaries and Such
Name: Chris Liebig
Title: Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing and Research
Department: University of Iowa College of Law
Years of service: 16
Annual salary: $84,200.04
The Des Moines City Council recently approved polygraph examiner Amanda Leo to travel to Charlotte, N.C., from June 2 – 8, to attend the American Association of Police Polygraphists seminar. Training promises to provide Leo continued certification by offering the most current knowledge and skills in detecting deception during polygraph tests and advance training that can be used in interviewing and interrogating during a polygraph exam. This travel expense comes at a $1,320 price to local taxpayers. CV