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Paid for by taxpayers in… The City of Des Moines

9/3/2014

Amount: $10,119

To: Edwards

For: Printing services for the spring 2014 city newsletter by the Parks and Recreation Department

Amount: $59.09

To: Language Line Services Inc.

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For: Over-the-phone interpretation and equipment maintenance

Amount: $1,475

To: 3M

For: One LCD monitor, a library systems service labor charge and a library systems service call for the Des Moines Public Library

Amount: $1,090.09

To: The Sherwin Williams Co.

For: Various products

Amount: $40

To: Zeller & Associates LC

For: Service on Norrae Prine

Amount: $7,534.49

To: Iowa Department of Transportation

For: An abandoned vehicle reported on May 1

Amount: $605

To: Kaldenberg’s PBS Landscaping

For: Removing the trees at Ewing Park and tree spading

Amount: $33.99

To: Aramark Uniform Services (Kentucky)

For: One panel front jacket for the Waste Water Reclamation Department

Amount: $318

To: Polk County Treasurer

For: Real estate taxes

Amount: $4,946.16

To: ABM Building Value

For: Reimbursement for the month of July

Amount: $295.95

To: Commercial Bag & Supply Co.

For: 100 colored Turkish wipers and one 25-pack of blue economy sweatbands

Amount: $425

To: Crane Rental & Rigging

For: Regular and overtime hours for crane work

Amount: $235.48

To: Grainger

For: Four traffic signs

Amount: $733.02

To: Precision Midwest

For: Six batteries shipped to 216 S.E. Fifth St., Des Moines

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Name: Fred Abraham

Title: Professor and Head of Finance, Director of the Center for Education

Department: University of Northern Iowa

Annual Salary: $194,374.80

Travel

The Des Moines City Council approved travel expenses for Sergeant Lillie Miller to attend a conference in Los Angeles from Aug. 10-17. The 42nd Annual National Education and Training Conference was sponsored by the National Black Police Association. It was intended to provide educational workshops and opportunities to network with other officers to provide help in recruitment and retention of viable officers. This came at a cost of $2,407 to local taxpayers. CV

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