Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines9/11/2013
To: BSNSports (Texas)
For: Purchase of a four-inch stadium alumagoal for the James W. Cownie Soccer Park.
For: Purchase order to have 66,000 forestry flyers printed for the city Water Works department in August.
To: Competitive Edge
For: Purchase of 4,500 silver soccer tournament event lapel pins for the 2013 U.S. Youth Soccer program.
For: Purchase of catered food for the CUCR Conference for the police department.
To: Smith’s Sewer Service
For: Payment for services extracting dog waste and groundwater from the holding tank at Ewing Dog Park.
To: Universal Printing Services
For: Purchase of 5,000 “Recycle These Items” all-weather stickers for Public Works.
To: Koch Brothers
For: Purchase of 30 paperback Webster’s new pocket dictionaries for the police department.
To: Norwalk Ready-Mixed Concrete
For: Purchase of limestone for various locations.
To: Beautiful Lawns by Long’s LLC
For: Payment for landscaping services pulling weeds from the flower beds and spraying the beds at the Fire Training Center Headquarters, 2715 Dean Ave.
To: Cardinal Tracking Inc. (Texas)
For: Purchase of TickeTrak Complete System annual software license and customer support renewal package ($10,249.20), including defaults, flywriter, personnel, ticket, scofflaw, communication, reports, people/owner management, finance, export, appeal/court, reserve lot, holds, permit and additional modules and warranties ($8,820).
To: CDW Government (Illinois)
For: Purchase of a Canon DR-M160 scanner (60 ppm) for the police department.
To: Iowa Process Service
For: Payment for services delivering affidavits to citizens Eva De Avila, Earnest W. White, Elaine S. Cunningham, Dorothy M. Clark, Gary Oeth and Sister B. Muhammed-Davis.
Salaries and Such
Name: Randall P. Bezanson
Title: David H. Vernon Professor of Law
Department: University of Iowa College of Law
Years of service : 22
Annual salary: $256,377
The Des Moines City Council recently approved GIS analyst Aaron Greiner, to travel to Kansas City, Mo., from Sept. 8-11, to attend the Lucity Annual Conference and Training, which promises to provide additional training for Lucity Software, the software used by the city’s Sewer Enterprise Systems. This comes at the expense of local taxpayers in the amount of $1,847. CV