Friday, August 12, 2022

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Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines.


Amount: $6,250

To: Downtown Community Alliance

For: Payment for the Enhanced Parking System project, as per contractual agreement.


Amount: $100,185

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To: East Village Growth Partners LLC

For: Payment for contracted construction work for Apartments and Commons space (Graham Construction Company).


Amount: $19,848

To: Edwards

For: Cost of printing 80,782 Parks and Recreation newsletters, including $8,588.56 in postage fees.


Amount: $150

To: G and L Clothing

For: Purchase of gift cards for award drawings at the annual Public Works meeting.


Amount: $210

To: Iowa State University Conference Planning and Management

For: Registration fee for Keith Warne to receive Education and Pesticide Application Recertification at the 58th Annual ISU Shade Tree Short Course as a tree trimmer and truck driver (Feb. 25-27).


Amount $499.99

To: Mobile Brand Works

For: Payment for a 30-day text message service package for Public Works.


Amount: $410

To: Nite Owl Printing

For: Purchase of 1,500 envelopes.


Amount: $450

To: UnityPoint Health

For: Cost to have two police department employees receive ergonomic evaluations at $150 per hour.


Amount: $80.07

To: Zee Medical Inc. (Indiana)

For: Purchase of Clean N’ Safe towlettes.


Amount: $35.82

To: Menards

For: Purchase of hard-shell knee pads and a stainless steel edger.


Amount: $27,083.33

To: Animal Rescue League

For: Monthly payment for providing animal control services.


Amount: $20,279.92

To: Animal Rescue League

For: Monthly payment for providing shelter and lease services.


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Name: Mary Sarah Bergh

Title: Assistant Professor

Department: Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Clinical Sciences

Annual salary: $120,930



The Des Moines City Council recently approved appraisal and acquisition specialist Nanci McMickle and acquisition/relocation specialist Eric Skinner, to travel to St. Paul, Minn., from April 7-11 to attend a course on residential relocation hosted by the International Right of Way Association. The course promises to discuss the processes and procedures involved in providing relocation assistance to residential occupants. This comes at a $1,251 (McMickle) and $1,635 (Skinner) cost to local taxpayers. CV

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