Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Paid for by taxpayers in… Polk County


Amount: $464.08

To: Bomgaars Supply Inc.

For: Purchase of Purina horse feed, fencing, Pyranha wipe spray and Tri-Tec repellent and tools.


Amount: $3,613


To: Broadlawns Medical Center

For: Payment for the June 2013 morgue bill.


Amount: $1,812.92

To: Cash-Wa Distributing

For: Purchase of food and other grocery supplies delivered to the Polk County Jail.


Amount: $4,740

To: Cassidy Technologies

For: Purchase of an integral camera license for a gun range camera and technology supplies.


Amount: $25,688.23

To: CenturyLink

For: Payment for Internet and communication services including a $172.53 charge for long-distance calling.


Amount: $3,400

To: Choice Yield Inc.

For: Purchase of chicken patties delivered to the Polk County Jail.


Amount: $26,890

To: CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

For: Payment for the audit of the Polk County and Polk County Health year-end financial statements.


Amount: $6,480

To: Cory Brothers Farm Partnership

For: Purchase of food plots for Polk County Conservation (81 acres at $80 each).


Amount: $4,425.12

To: Goodsource Solutions

For: The purchase of individual packs of peanut butter for the Polk County Jail.


Amount: $1,325.76

To: MTM Recognition

For: Purchase of items including sleeping bags, a Bowflex fitness watch, an iHome speaker, an iLuv clock radio for an iPod, a Montreux crystal bowl, a fishing set and other miscellaneous items.


Amount: $1,540.30

To: Oracle

For: Purchase of several software license updates.


Amount: $1,399.99

To: Physiotherapy Association

For: Payment of workers’ compensation medical fees for James Simmons and Eddie Wadles.


Amount: $859.50

To: Center for Disease Detection

For: Payment of confidential and personal services.


salary 082213Salaries and Such

Name: Joseph Yockey                 

Title: Associate Professor of Law

Department: University of Iowa College of Law

Years of service: 3

Annual salary: $152,245.04



The Des Moines City Council recently approved technical services superintendent Michele Bischof and mobile data specialist Derrick Brent to travel to Phoenix, Ariz., from Sept. 10 – 14, to attend FIREHOUSE Software Education and Training Seminar. They will attend FIREHOUSE Software-related training classes, discuss their department’s uses of the product and network with fellow colleagues. This travel expense comes at a cost of $3,544 ($1,772 each) to local taxpayers. CV

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