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Des Moines City Hall Paid on Jan. 6


Amount: $250
To: First Friday Breakfast Club
For: Donation

Amount: $368
To: Movie Licensing USA
For: Copyright compliance site license – North Side Library

Amount: $923.89
To: Union Pacific Railroad Company
For: Engineering inspection and labor

Amount: $481.40
To: Contech Engineered Solutions
For: Piping on County Line Road

Amount: $175
For: URISA individual membership


Amount: $65
To: Commercial Bag & Supply Co.
For: 10 x 12 Ziploc bag

Amount: $110.53
To: Des Moines Water Works
For: Storm water charges

Amount: $288.98
To: Bass Pro Shops
For: Jacket and bibs

Amount: $315
To: CenturyLink
For: Repair labor

Amount: $250
To: Conference Technologies Inc.
For: Field service

Amount: $9
To: Electrical Engineering & Equipment Co.
For: Polyurethane gloves

Amount: $160
To: Iowa State University
For: Employee training course

Amount: $851.50
To: HyVee
For: Meal for personnel working on Christmas day

Amount: $116.21
To: Best Buy
For: 3 Otter Box phone cases

salariesSalaries and Such

Name: Daniel Reed
Title: Vice President for Research and Economic Development
Department: University of Iowa
Annual Salary: $359,171.82





The Des Moines City Council recently approved travel expenses for Human Relations Specialist Nekesha Palmer ($3,515.89) and Sergeant Josh Rhamy ($2,409). Palmer will visit Washington, D.C., from Jan. 24-31 to attend required training at the National Fair Housing Academy. It will provide training on how to conduct a comprehensive, fair and ethical housing investigation. Rhamy will travel to Evanston, Illinois, from June 14-19 to attend a death investigation class conducted by Northwestern University. The course will cover crime scene management, cause and manner of death, case management, and officer-involved shooting investigations. CV

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