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Paid for by taxpayers in the City of Des Moines

2/11/2015

Paid on Feb. 3

Amount: $154.33
To:
Des Moines Water Works
For: Services on Guthrie Ave., University Ave., and 29th St.

Amount: $175
To:
Digital Matters Productions
For: City update

Amount: $380.70
To:
City of Des Moines Finance
For: Ambulance call refund

Amount: $50
To:
City of Des Moines Police
For: Reimbursement for the patrol dog one certification

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Amount: $3,283.51
To:
Office Max
For: Assorted office supplies

Amount: $1,254.10
To:
MidAmerican Energy
For: Assorted energy charges

Amount: $129.44
To:
Baker & Taylor
For: Eyewitness travel

Amount: $49.92
To:
Graybar
For: Batteries

Amount: $42.27
To:
Ingram Library Services
For: Clifford books

Amount: $5,001.98
To:
MED Alliance
For: Medical supplies

Amount: $21.98
To:
Miller’s Hardware
For: Twine yarn

Amount: $222.95
To:
NB Golf, LLC
For: Service for water reclamation utility vehicle

Amount: $1,401
To:
Paper Roll Products
For: Tech paper

Amount: $70
To:
Smith’s Sewer Service
For: Labor to clean shower line

 

John Keller 2.12Salaries and such

Name: John Keller

Title: Dean of Graduate College

Department: University of Iowa

Annual Salary: $256,479.92

 

Travel

The Des Moines City Council approved travel expenses for Tony Sposeto, senior fire medic, to visit Baltimore, Maryland, from Feb. 24 to March 1 to attend the 2015 EMS Today Conference. Classes at this conference will explore important trends that would benefit the department. It will also provide an opportunity to network with others within the emergency medical services profession and to explore new products and ideas in the vendor areas. This comes at a cost of $2,238 to taxpayers. CV

 

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