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City of Des Moines 

To be paid on 5/24/2016


Amount: $15,783


To: REW Services Corp.

For: Asbestos Removal at City Hall


Amount: $5.16

To: Grainger

For: Yellow wall marker paint


Amount: $19,879.58

To: US Cellular

For: City-wide phone bill


Amount: $55.92

To: Jason’s Deli Store

For: Tuscan focaccia sandwich tray


Amount: $88

To: Family Tree Care

For: Stump removal


Amount: $3,890

To: Naviant

For: Hardware preventative maintenance


Amount: $19.38

To: Hy-Vee

For:  Fudge brownies and delivery


Amount: $74,777.83

To: En Pointe Technologies Sales LLC

For: Fiscal year 2016 Microsoft Enterprise Agreement for software licensing and updates


Amount: $1.404.01

To: Black Hawk Roof Co.

For: Roof repair on Richard A Clark Municipal Service Center


Amount: $440

To: Golf Cars of Iowa

For: Four Trojan batteries


Amount: $9,684.50

To: Polk County Treasurer

For: Hamilton Urban Drainage District improvements


Amount: $115

To: Mediacom

For: Internet service


Amount: $27.96

To: Menards

For: 18-inch safety cone


Amount: $10,785.55

To: Beautiful Lawns by Long’s LLC

For: Weekly mowing, trimming and lawn care


Amount: $4915.16

To: Commonwealth Electric Company of the Midwest

For: Power for new signage at Central Library


Amount: $3,851.37

To: Kimco Services

For: Cleaning of office and restrooms, set-up of tables and chairs at Central Public Library


Amount: $7,317.62

To: OverDrive

For: New eBooks for Des Moines Public Library




Salaries and such


Name       Patricia M. QuinslickCV 6-16 PHOTO SALARY Quinslick

Title         Physician

Department              Public Health

Annual Salary         $250,496





The Des Moines City Council approved funding in the amount of $1,359.24 for Mary Neiderbach, senior planner, to travel to Mobile, Alabama, from July 27-31. Neiderbach will attend the National Alliance of Preservation Commission’s Conference, which will provide information to ensure that city staff is current on preservation issues and solutions. This is also an opportunity to promote the city and its historic resources for the 2018 conference, which will be held in Des Moines.  CV

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