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Paid for by taxpayers…

4/22/2015

Paid in the week of April 5

Amount: $179.96
To: Amazon.com
For: Texas Instruments calculators

Amount: $140
To: Des Moines Civic Center
For: Field trip and other assorted ticket entry

Amount: $882
To: Flying Hippo Inc.
For: Services

Amount: $1,223.90
To: Heartland Technology Solutions
For: MacBook repairs

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Amount: $80
To: Jon Chapman Piano Services
For: Piano tuning

Amount: $875.70
To: McGraw Hill Education
For: Number World student subscriptions

Amount: $724.64
To: Menards
For: Art class supplies

Amount: $81.43
To: Palmer’s Deli
For: Lunches for interview team

Amount: $1,248
To: Really Great Reading
For: KIND early reading kit

Amount: $2,202.15
To: The Graphic Edge
For: Baseball hats

Amount: $2,345.88
To: LifeTouch School Portraits
For: Yearbooks

Amount: $56.67
To: Sam’s Club
For: School store supplies

Amount: $330
To: Iowa High School Music Association
For: Entry fee for three bands

Amount: $250
To: Dreams Unlimited
For: DJ for student senate party

 

salary-4.23Salaries and Such

Name: David Danilson
Title: Chief Judge
Department: Iowa Appellate Court
Annual Salary: $153,934.40

 

 

 

Travel

The Des Moines City Council approved travel expenses for Debora Hobbs ($2,221), enterprise applications manager; Kurt Rueckel ($2,221), budget analyst II; and Linda Harris ($2,325), human resources generalist, to visit Atlanta, Georgia, from May 3-6. Hobbs and Rueckel will attend the Tyler Technologies Connect 2015 annual users’ conference, which will provide opportunities to learn about Munis directly from Tyler personnel. The conference also offers opportunities to network with other system users. This comes at a combined cost of $6,767 to taxpayers. CV

 

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