Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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


Amount: $480

To: 1 To 1 Tutor

For: Payment for academic tutoring services for five students in the fall 2013 semester.


Amount: $553.33

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To: A.C.K. Enterprises

For: Payment for mechanical services, including the purchase of a bus starter ($379.89) and a rebuilt starter ($173.44).


Amount: $35

To: Ablenet Inc.

For: Purchase of battery-operated scissors.


Amount: $35,042.24

To: Adel-DeSoto-Minburn School District

For: Payment for tuition-out and open enrollment for the first semester of 2013-14 school year.


Amount: $447

To: Adventures in Social

For: Pride Sessions for Jan. 9-23.


Amount: $12,986.95

To: Apple Computer Inc.

For: Purchase of iPad 2s, iPad Minis, iPad Air and other accessories and warrantees.


Amount: $4,174.67

To: AT and T

For: Payment for cell phone and other technological services for several staff members.


Amount: $3,258

To: Berg Audio and Video

For: Cost of projector installations and two digital presenters.


Amount: $353.66

To: Melissa Bird

For: Reimbursement payment for travel expenses incurred during a trip to Boston, Mass., from Nov. 21-24.


Amount: $1,097.50

To: Blank Park Zoo

For: Facility rental.


Amount: $200

To: BMO Mastercard

For: Purchase at Des Moines Metro Opera.


Amount: $8,644.35

To: ColorFX LLC

For: Payment for copy/printing services for the Central Campus catalogs.


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Name: Michael Golemo

Title: Professor and Department Chair and Director of Bands

Department: Iowa State University Department of Music

Annual salary: $94,534



The Des Moines City Council recently approved Planning Administrator Michael Ludwig to travel to San Diego, Calif., from Feb. 19-22, to attend the American Planning Association’s Planners Training Service Workshop, “Sustainable Zoning and Development Controls.” The training workshop covers innovative case studies and best practices for planning a sustainable community. This comes at a $1,294.58 cost to local taxpayers. CV

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