Friday, August 12, 2022

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Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines Public School District.


Amount: $396

To: A Parts Warehouse LLC

For: Purchase of a custom adjustable vest.


Amount: $2,636.41

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To: Academy Roofing and Sheeting

For: Payment for roof repair services pro


Amount: $692.97

To: Ace Educational Supplies

For: Purchase of versatile single-shelf storage units, including $126 for shipping and handling.


Amount: $1,732.51

To: All American Sports Corp.

For: Payment for helmet reconditioning services.


Amount: $1,614.26

To: All Iowa Pool and Supply Inc.

For: Payment for custodial pool needs.


Amount: $324

To: Amsan/Nogg Chemical

For: Purchase of a mop head, wet tube and cleaning liquid.


Amount: $47,757.35

To: Apple Computer Inc.

For: Purchase of iPad Air and 2Wi-Fi devices and accessories.


Amount: $2,100


For: Insurance premiums paid for the month of December.


Amount: $330

To: Baker Electric

For: Payment for services moving the time clock at East High School.


Amount: $34.39

To: Betty Mills Company Inc.

For: Purchase of four boxes of Hospeco Maxi Thins.


Amount: $13,750

To: After School Arts Program

For: Payments for Brody, Capitol View, Garton, Hillis, King, McKinley, Monroe, Morris, Riverwoods, Samuelson and Willard, in the amount of $1,250 each, for the 2013 fall After School Arts Program.


Amount: $102.60

To: Amsan/Nogg Chemical

For: Purchase of stainless steel wipes.


SalarySalaries and Such

Name: Wendy K. Wintersteen

Title: Professor and College of Agriculture Administrator

Department: Iowa State University Entomology Department

Annual salary: $258,315

Years on the job: 25 years


West Des Moines building improvements

The West Des Moines City Council recently approved a resolution to update the heating and cooling systems at both the public library and Law Enforcement Center, at 4000 Mills Civic Parkway. This estimated $517,673 project includes the engineer’s estimate of construction costs for retrofitting of equipment valves and controls at $85,800. The fee for these contracts will be paid from the respective Capital Improvement Plan budgeted accounts for the library and the law enforcement center. Based on the estimates in the “retrocommissioning report,” these HVAC improvements are expected to reduce energy and maintenance costs for the two buildings by $40,500 a year. The City is accepting bids for the project, which have a 2 p.m., Feb. 5 deadline to be considered for at the Feb. 10 City Council meeting at 5:35 p.m. CV

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