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City of Des Moines

To be paid on 6/23/2016


Amount: $1,946.79


To: Absolute Property Services

For: Graffiti removal at multiple locations


Amount: $30,554.45

To: Capitol Center 2 LLC

For: Lease payment for city offices at 400 E. Court Ave., during City Hall remodeling


Amount: $1,395.81

To: The Conley Group Inc.

For: Patrol security services for May, billed to wastewater reclamation facility


Amount: $1,156.90

To: Iowa Plains Signing Inc.

For: Traffic control, one complete lane closure with two special signs for five days


Amount: $800

To: Iowa Signal Inc.

For: Furnish and install wood pole at East 30th and Scott streets


Amount: $12,500

To: Kaldenberg’s PBS Landscaping & Lawncare

For: Delivered 50 trees for planting


Amount: $13,310

To: Nestigen Inc.

For: For E 9-1-1 (121 hours) worked in May and June — E 9-1-1 carryover grant


Amount: $39,293

To: A1A Sandblasting

For:  Sandblasting Northwest Pool, maintenance, concrete repair of racing stripes


Amount: $500

To: Des Moines Bicycle Collective

For: Bike Month sponsorship


Amount: $777.28

To: Contract Specialty LC

For: Surge NutriLife bars for Gray’s Lake Shop


Amount: $54.80

To: In the Bag Corporate Cuisine

For: Four lunches with bottled water and delivery to city manager’s office


Amount: $264,384.22

To: Ampco Parking Management

For: Reimbursement for the month of May 2016


Amount: $60

To: G&L Clothing

For: Three silk touch shirts for Parks Department with lettering


Amount: $748.78

To: Universal Printing Services

For: Cemetery brochures (2,000) for Parks Department


Amount: $223.32

To: The Des Moines Register

For: Subscription fee — Legal Department


Amount: $80

To: State Chemical Solutions

For: Urinal screens

Salaries and such

Name       Lee T. Carmen

Title         Associate Vice PresidentCV 7-14 PHOTO SALARY SUCH

Department              University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics

Annual Salary         $442,580





The Des Moines City Council approved travel funding in the amount of $1,999 for David Ness, police captain, to travel to Orlando, Florida, Aug. 13-17 in order to attend a conference for the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials. There have been dramatic improvements of public safety dispatch centers and emergency radio communications in recent years, and the city is exploring updates to both. The conference offers educational workshops, networking opportunities and product displays and demonstrations. CV

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