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Des Moines City Hall

Paid for in the week of 3/30


Amount: $99
To: Acme Tools
For: Cordless power tool

Amount: $194
To: Ri Tec
For: Industrial textured towels

Prep Iowa

Amount: $319.20
To: Interstate All Battery Center
For: Spring top lanterns

Amount: $840.67
To: Verizon Wireless
For: Services

Amount: $952.27
To: Starch Pet Hospital
For: Exams and shots for bomb squad service dogs

Amount: $230.75
To: In The Bag Corporate Cuisine
For: Food

Amount: $211.75
To: Ames Environmental Inc.
For: Feasibility services

Amount: $270
To: Halbrook Excavating
For: Labor and equipment

Amount: $389.65
To: Hazardous Waste Management Inc.
For: Waste shipment

Amount: $4,500
To: Motors@Work
For: Operations and support

Amount: $37.19
To: Bone-A-Patreat
For: Dog treats

Amount: $1,132.88
To: Century Link
For: Services

Amount: $613.30
To: Midwest Office Technology
For: Ink cartridges for printers

Amount: $75
To: Polk County Medical Examiner
For: Blood draw


salary 4.9Salaries and such
Name: David Acker
Title: Associate Dean Academic & Global programs
Department: Iowa State University
Annual Salary: $192,935



The Des Moines City Council approved travel expenses for Mayor T.M. Franklin Cownie ($1,593) and Jason Underwood, sewer construction services coordinator ($1,387). Cownie attended the Cities of Opportunity Task Force Meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors from March 20-24 in Boston, Massachusetts. The conference focused on issues related to housing and transportation, building on strategies for addressing income inequality, financial empowerment and job creation in America’s cities. Underwood visited Overland Park, Kansas, from March 29-31 for Lucity Crystal reports training. The course teaches everything needed to provide the user the ability to create and run Crystal reports. CV

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