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Paid in November

Amount: $1,793
To: Ahlers & Cooney, P.C.
For: Legal services

Amount: $1,353.88
To: B&H Photo-Video
For: Camera

Amount: $110
To: CDW Government Inc.
For: Software license

Amount: $103.15
To: Control Installations of Iowa
For: Repair

CNA - Stop HIV Iowa

Amount: $980.44
To: Contemporary Services Corporation
For: Security

Amount: $1,407.25
To: Victory Too LLC
For: Dance marathon

Amount: $370.02
For: Math supplies

Amount: $428.22
To: Healy Awards Inc.
For: Plaques

Amount: $1,120.55
To: Iowa Communications Network
For: Network services

Amount: $899.10
To: Home Depot Credit Services
For: Appliance

Amount: $504.72
To: Heavy Duty Bus Parts Inc.
For: Bus parts

Amount: $3,262.10
To: Frevert-Ramsey-Kobes Architects
For: Architectural services

Amount: $845
To: BCP Live Inc.
For: Services

Amount: $498.01
To: Midwest Office Technology
For: Toner

Amount: $148.34
To: Scholastic Inc.
For: Subscription

Amount: $1,665.06
To: Kum & Go Fleet
For: Fuel

Amount: $1,014
To: Key Club International
For: Membership dues

Salaries and such

salary 12-10Name: Mir A. Zaman
Title: Professor of Finance
Department: University of Northern Iowa
Annual Salary: $156,301.92




The Des Moines City Council approved travel funding for Detective Brad Youngblut to visit Albany, New York, from Oct. 2-8. Youngblut attended the 2015 Colonel Henry F. Williams International Homicide Seminar presented by the New York State Police. The course was structured for advanced homicide investigation and provided a variety of instruction on several aspects of death investigations. This came at a total cost of $1,750 to local taxpayers. CV

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