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Paid on Oct. 26

Amount: $150.30
To: Barnes & Noble
For: Books

Amount: $1,724.75
To: Urbandale Water Utility
For: Water and sewer

Amount: $345
To: Juicebox Interactive
For: Services

Amount: $1,435.61
To: Contemporary Services Corp.
For: Security

CNA - Stop HIV Iowa

Amount: $681.50
To: The Toner Place
For: Toners

Amount: $357
To: Decker Sporting Goods
For: Supplies

Amount: $100
To: Joseph Hammen
For: Announcer

Amount: $325
To: Darin Haack
For: Judge

Amount: $3,274.51
To: Wells Fargo Corporate Card
For: Services

Amount: $2,659.40
To: Premier Promotional Products
For: T-shirts

Amount: $1,054.85
To: Dick Blick
For: Supplies

Amount: $4,223.92
To: Capital Sanitary Supply
For: Repairs

Amount: $136.62
To: The Des Moines Register
For: Subscription

Amount: $4,000
To: Rieman Music Inc.
For: Music

Amount: $60
To: Fort Dodge Country Club
For: Entry fee

Amount: $8.20
To: Gilcrest/Jewett Lumber Co.
For: Supplies

Salaries and such

salary 11-5Name: Mark L. Power
Title: University Professor of Finance
Department: Iowa State University
Annual Salary: $188,000


The Des Moines City Council approved travel funding for Thomas Patava, district fire chief, and Richard Zimmerman, assistant fire chief, to visit San Marcos, Texas, from Nov. 1-5. The pair attended the ALERRT Active Shooter Conference, which provided information to be used to develop a combined Des Moines Fire Department/Police Department response plan for an active shooter response. This came at a combined cost of $2,502 to local taxpayers. CV

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