Friday, December 4, 2020

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Paid for by taxpayers…

2/4/2015

Amount: $225.51
To: Starch & University West Pet Clinics
For: Canine vaccinations

Amount: $448
To: State Chemical Solutions
For: Air fresheners

Amount: $39.95
To: Stivers Ford Lincoln Waukee
For: Tire alignment

Amount: $176.70
To: Sun Badge Company
For: Police officer badges

Amount: $296.55
To: Televend Services Inc.
For: Prepaid fax cards

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Amount: $293.76
To: Trans-Iowa Equipment Inc.
For: Flexible hose guide

Amount: $1,441.50
To: TruGreen
For: Snow removal

Amount: $198.99
To: Acme Tools
For: Assorted Dewalt tools

Amount: $880.92
To: G & L Clothing Commercial
For: City of Des Moines Parks uniforms

Amount: $187,500
To: Polk County Auditor
For: Redevelopment of 215 Watson Powell Jr. Way

Amount: $65.24
To: American Marking
For: Signature stamps and die box

Amount: $20
To: Iowa Association of Building Officials
For: CD permit and development center membership

Amount: $685.07
To: Integrity Printing
For: Public mailing

Amount: $54.05
To: In The Bag Inc.
For: Food

 

salary-2.5Salaries and Such

Name: Wendy Wintersteen
Title: Dean
Department: Iowa State University
Annual Salary: $284,773

 

 

 

Travel

The Des Moines City Council approved travel expenses for Detective Jake Lancaster to visit Kansas City, Missouri, from March 15-20. He will attend the death and homicide training seminar offered through the Public Agency Training Council, which will provide instruction on cold case homicides and the three phases of homicide investigation: crime scene, follow up and courtroom presentation. The focus of the training will be on the importance of homicide crime scene reconstruction through the use of blood pattern analysis, the application of DNA to homicide and death scene investigations and serial murder investigation. This comes at a cost of $1,344 to taxpayers. CV

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