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Your Money

Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines.

3/12/2014

Amount: $273.45

To: BSN Sports

For: Payment for a wheel kit for baseball screens and c-shaped softball pitchers protector gear for softball complex at 4980 N.E. 46 St.

 

Amount: $4,710.10

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To: Dream Steam Cleaning and Restoration

For: Payment for emergency cleaning, including water extraction from floor and removal of base molding at the MLK Shelter on Scott Avenue.

 

Amount: $70

To: Capital Sanitary Supply

For: Payment for soap for the Fire Department.

 

Amount: $987.50

To: Golden Valley Hardscapes LLC

For: Payment for playground mulch for County Baseball of Southeast 22nd Street and Hartford Avenue.

 

Amount: $444.04

To: Grainger

For: Payment for 20 orders of pre-moistened cleaning tissues, 20 orders of duct tape, 12 green ear muffs and eight citrus hand cleaner pump bottles.

 

Amount: $262.03

To: Allegra Marketing Print and Mail

For: Payment for sympathy cards with matching envelopes sent to a Police Department employee.

 

Amount: $100

To: Des Moines Pastoral Counseling Center

For: Registration fees paid for Chief Judy Bradshaw and Sgt. Lillie Miller to attend “Women Helping Women,” a conference to raise awareness about out-of-work women struggling with the challenges of life and to generate funds to help subsidize counseling for low- and moderate-income women and girls with limited resources.

 

Amount: $18.84

To: Ingram Library

For: Purchase of “Werewolf in Las Vegas,” a book, for the library.

 

Amount: $45.84

To: Fastenal

For: Payment for a heavy-duty angle broom for Des Moines Metro Waste Water.

 

SALARYSalaries and such

Name: Iradge Ahrabi-Fard

Title: Professor

Department: Physical Education, University of Northern Iowa

Annual salary: $112,126.08

 

Travel

The Des Moines City Council recently approved senior fire inspector Ted Jefferson, to travel to Las Vegas, Nev., from April 13-19, to attend the International Associate of Arson Investigators Annual Training Conference. The conference promises to offer numerous topics related to fire investigation and education that will enhance investigative skills and allow employee to remain current on new developments in the fire investigation industry. This comes at a $1,776 cost to local taxpayers. CV

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