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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 10, 2013 D OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District December 2012 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name Descriotk)n ACE FUNDRAISING ~DVENTURE LIGHTING AGILE SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES AGRILAND FS. INC AHLERS & COONEY. PC AIRGAS USA. LLC AMADEO. MATT ANDERSON'S ASCD BAINTER. KATI BARNES & NOBLE INC BEDWELL GARDENS BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC BUCKTON. BARBARA BURKHART. RON CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CDW GOVERNMENT INC CENTURYLINK CLAIMAID COLLABORATIVE LEARNING INC CONSORTIUM PUBLISHING. THE CONTINENTAL CLAY CO COPPESS. BRIAI~ CXTEC DANNCO DAWSON. RICK DE I.AGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DECKER SPORTING GOODS DELPHI GLASS DEMCO DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA DES MOINES STEEL COMPANY INC DES MOINES THEATRICAL SHOP DEVELOPMENTAL RESOURCES D[EBEL. LORI DISCOUNT MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DRAKE UNIVERSITY OUFFELBAGS.COM EARTHGRAINS BAKING DO ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP eSHIPPING. LLC FAREWAY STORES FCC FLEETONE LLC FORESMAN. CHELSEA FREY SCIENTIFIC FRIESLEBEN. CHAD W FRK ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS PC G-SPORTS WRESTLING GECRB/AMAZON GENESIS DEVELOPMENT GRAPHIC EDGE. INC GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES GREENS HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE &MACH INC HAVEL. SCOTT -IAWKEYE STAGES HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEARTLAND PAYMENT SYSTEMS. INC HERMAN. MICHELLE HIGHSMITH CO INC. THE HOLMES CHEVROLET HOLTON. LISA R HUDNUT. RICH HYVEE STORES IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC IOWA ONE CALL IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES IOWA PROPERTY EXCHANGE. LLP IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS IOWA TRACK & FIELD COACHES CLINIC IRLEN INSTITUTE INTERNATL HDOTRS ISDTA /TAG J HrrTLE INC JEFFERSON-SCRANTON CSD JJ DESIGNS JW PEPPER & SON INC KAPLAN EARLY LEARNING CO KNOXVILLE HS KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LARSON. CHRIS LASER RESOURCES LEARNING POST. THE LEARNING RESOURCES. INC LIBRARIANS BOOK EXPRESS LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC LYNCH. CHRIS MACC RECOGNITION MAILBOX. THE MAYER-JOHNSON LLC MCCALL PA31"ERNS MCCOMBS. JAMES MENARDS-DES MOINES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC MID AMERICAN ENERGY MIDWEST ALARM MIDWEST CAULKING MITCHELL. RANDY MORRISON. MICHAEL R MOVIE LICENSING USA MURPHY. TERRELL NASCO NEAD. KENNETH NICHOLS CONTROLS & SUPPLY II~C NIELSEN. NICK NORTH HIGH SCHOOL NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS NORTHLAND PRODUCTS NORWALK ACTIVITIES BOOSTERS NORWALK CSD ACTIVITY FUND NORWALK CSD HIGH SCHOOL NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY NORWALK, CITY OF O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY. INC D~REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OUSLEY. ART OWENS. PATRICK PARSONS. JOHN DAVID PAULSEN JOE PELLA CSD PERC SOURCE PERMA-BOUND PITSCO PLAY WITH A PURPOSE POINDEXTER FLOORING INC QUILL CORPORATION RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC RATIGAN JODY RENAUD. KURT RIEMAN MUSIC RISER INC RIVAR'S INC ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY SAHR. NATHAN SAMUEL FRENCH INC SAVERAID, SAMUEL L SAYDEL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS - 08 SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA SCHOOL BUS SALES SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SCHUMACHER, CHARLES SCOTT'S FOODS SECURITY LOCKSMITHS SEDL SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SIMMERMAN, JEFF SMART APPLE MEDIA SMITH'S SEWER SERVICE INC SOUKUP. RICHARD SOUTHEAST POLK CSD SOUTHWEST AIRLINES STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS STEPPING STONES PRESCHOOL TARGET BANK THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY TIM HILDRETH COMPANY INC TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES INC US POSTAL SERVICE VALLEY VOICES BOOSTER CLUB VAN DAM, CHRISTOPHER VAN METER CSD VILLAGGIO WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA WAYNE DENNIS SUPPLY WEBER. CHRISTOPHER WEDEMEYER DAX WEEKS, JEFFREY WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST WESTHOFF. THOMAS WESTOWN SPORTS MARKETING WHITE. NIKOLE WIGGINS RANDLE E WILKINS. CHRIS WILL'S MUSIC & KARAOKE WOOD ROOFING ZIEGLER INC Tot~ SUPPLIES 4687.00 SUPPLIES 174.08 SUPPLIES 400.00 SUPPLIES 518.38 LEGAL SERVICES 1.838.00 SUPPLIES 143.09 OFFICIATING 465.00 SUPPLIES 253.55 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 148.75 SERVICES 50.00 BOOKS 556.00 PLANTS 75.60 SUPPLIES 547.65 REIMBURSEMENT 28.08 OFFICIATING 95.00 SUPPLIES 5.081,70 COMPUTER SUPPLIES 963,08 TELEPHONE 1.311,25 FEES 1.228,41 SOFTWARE 450.00 ROYALTIES 18.00 SUPPLIES 42.91 OFFICIATING 100.00 SUPPLIES 314.99 SUPPLIES 689.68 OFFICIATING 1OO.00 COPIER LEASE 2.983.21 SUPPLIES 1.940.00 SUPPLIES 141,92 SUPPLIES 357,18 ADS 957.00 SUPPLIES 56800 SUPPLIES 187.19 DUES/FEES 298.00 ASPA REIMBURSEMENT 192.11 SUBSCRIPTIONS 296.73 ENTRY FEES 135.00 SUPPLIES 137.46 FOOD 997.75 MISCELLANEOUS 1.089.92 CREDIT CARD 876.47 EQUIPMENT 44.48 SHIPPING CHARGES 243.60 SUPPLIES 1 332 63 BLDG RENTAL 750.00 FUEL 68 66 SERVICES 50.00 SUPPLIES 12.44 SERVICES 150.00 ARCHITECT SERVICES 2.308.01 SUPPLIES 111.40 SUPPLIES 1 098.03 SERVICES 75.26 SUPPLIES 14.185.89 FUNDRAISING 318.00 SERVICES 664.00 PARTS 894.33 OFFICIATING 65.00 TRANSPORTATION 3.324.00 SERVICES 1 413.71 SOFTWARE SUPPORT 2 683.00 REFUND 10.30 TEXTBOOKS 267.15 REPAIR PARTS 956.42 SERVICES 50.00 OFFICIATING 75.00 SUPPLIES 137.88 SERVICE 53.00 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 585.00 SERVICES 541.84 MEDICAID 13.600.06 DUES 390.00 ULTILITY SERVICES 158.40 SUPPLIES 1.994.00 REAL ESTATE PURCHASE 15.000.00 INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 967.39 REGISTRATION 360.00 SUPPLIES 21.95 DUES 968 00 REGISTRATION 870.00 SUPPLIES 36.60 ENTRY FEE 75.00 SUPPLIES 74.75 SUPPLIES 942.87 SUPPLIES 66.58 ENTRY FEES 50.00 SERVICES 283 00 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 81.78 REIMBURSEMENT 224.29 EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE 3 813 38 SUPPLIES 45.03 SUPPLIES 44.94 SUPPLIES 225.19 FOOD 2.706.28 OFFICIATING 140.00 SUPPLIES 440.00 SUBSCRIPTION 54.95 SUPPLIES 213,99 SUPPLIES 33.25 OFFICIATING 65.00 SUPPLIES 413.88 SUPPLIES 40.00 ELECTRICAL -SERVICE 27.895.67 SUPPLIES 1.192.50 SERVICES 6.365.09 OFFICIATING 65.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 INST. SUPPLIES 1 327 50 REFUND 230.00 SERVICE 215.35 OFFICIATING 95.00 SUPPLIES 1 "t1.56 SERVICES 1 275.00 ENTRY FEES 70.00 SERVICE 591.50 MOTOR OIL 76.50 REIMBURSEMENT 580.83 REIMBURSEMENT 500.00 REIMBURSEMENT 510.00 SERVICE 30.00 PARTS & SUPPLIES 458.96 WATER/SEWER SERVICE 3.880.49 SERVICES 138.00 MISC PARTS 159.84 SUPPLIES 1.480.14 SUPPLIES 193.26 SUPPLIES 28.74 OFFICIATING OFFICIATING OFFICIATING OFFICIATING ENTRY FEES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES tNST SUPPLIES SERVICES SUPPLIES CONSTRUCTION SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIAL 155.00 SUPPLIES 5.241.70 EQUIPMENT 650.00 UNIFORMS 2.156.05 DAIRY PRODUCTS 6.356.12 OFFICIATING 130.00 SUPPLIES 45.00 OFFICIATING 40.00 FEES 65.00 BOOKS 7.190.41 CLASSROOM SUPPLIES 1.220.21 SUPPLIES 9950 DUES 95.00 EQUIPMENT 145.78 SUPPLIES 115.84 OFFICIATING 95.00 SUPPLIES 508.88 SUPPLIES 5 25 SUPPLIES 33.00 SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 7.312.00 OFFICIATING 40.00 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 410.53 CONSTRUCTION 310.00 OFFICIAL 155.00 STUDENT TUITION AND FEES 1.470.75 AIRLINE TICKETS 8.951.60 DUES/FEES 898.00 SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 9.572.62 SUPPLIES 691.24 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 609.03 CATERING SUPPLIES 1.899.34 REPAIRS 391.43 FEE COLLECTION 37.32 SERVICES 1.120.00 POSTAGE 511.20 REGISTRATION 275.00 DJ SERVICES 500.00 DE TUITION 1.47075 SUPPLIES 105.00 SERVICES 1.782.53 REPAIR SUPPLIES 3.53 OFFICIAL 75.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 OFFICIATING 96.00 SERVICE 68.711.33 OFFICIATING 160.00 SERVICES 2.1 O0.0O SERVICES 100.00 OFFICIATING 95.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 SERVICES 125.00 SERVICES 1 566,58 SUPPLIES 3259 299.289.83 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 13-01 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE OF HEARING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA, BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 17.04.370 PERTAINING TO CONVF-=RSlON TO CONDOMINIUM OR MULTIPLE FAMILY HOUSING COOPERATIVE BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City of Norwalk, Iowa: SECTION 1. NEW SECTION. The Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk. Iowa, is amended by adding a new Section 17.04.370, Entitled CONVERSION TO CONDOMINIUM OR MULTIPLE HOUSING COOPERATIVE, to the Norwalk Zoning Code of Ordinances which is hereby adopted to read as follows: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A REQUEST FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT HAS BEEN MADE BY AT&T Mobility, LLC c/o Ward Development Services, LLC FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT W 400 Legacy Parkway Norwalk, Iowa 50211 17.04.370 CONVERSION TO CONDOMINIUM OR MULTIPLE HOUSING COOPERATIVE. This request has been assigned as BOA DOCKET NO. 13-01 Condominiums as set out in the general provisions and administration of Subject of ADDeaI: Request for a special use permit to construct a this Zoning Ordinance under definitions provides communications tower on properly located to the rear (west side) of the "Condominium means an estate in real property as regulated by Chapter Legacy Golf Course maintenance building at 400 Legacy Parkway. 499B of the Code of Iowa consisting of an undivided interest in common with other purchasers in a I~ortion of a parcel of real property, together The applicant desires permittillg AT&T Mobility to construct a 120-foot tall with a separate interest in space in a building, such as an apartment. A condominium may include, in addition, a separate interest in other cellular communications "r~onopole stealth" tower at the above referenced location Section 17.90.020 requires a soecial use permit for the portions of such real property." construction of a communication tower. In the instance that there be a Conversion to Condominium or Multiple Housing Cooperative the following rules and regulations in the City of A Public Hearing on this Docket will be at 6:00 p.m January 15, 2013 at Norwalk. Iowa shall apply. Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa 50211. 1. The conversion of any building or portion thereof to a horizontal property regime or to a multiple housing cooperative shall be treated as a change of occupancy classification for the building. 2. Any person or entity seeking to establish a horizontal property regime or multiple housing cooperative by establishing a horizontal property reg=me pursuant to Iowa Code 499B or by establishing a multiple he, using cooperative pursuant to Iowa Code 499A shall establish and document compliance with the following, by filing and obtaining approval from the Planning and Building department of the development application defined in subsection C3 of this section: a. That all materials, manner and means of construction in the proposed building meet current building codes for new residential construction including current fire, building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical energy conservation, and post construction storm water management codes. b. That the building and site meet all requirements of the zoning ordinance that would be required for new residential construction. c. That the building and site meet all requirements for handicapped accessibility that would be required for new residential construction. d. That separate utility services, with separate metering, be provided to each dwelling unit that would be required for new residential construction. 3. At least sixty (60) days before a declaration or other instrument establishing a honzontal property regime pursuant to Iowa Code 499B or establishing a multiple housing cooperative pursuant to Iowa Code 499A (=declaration") is to be recorded in the office of the county recorder, any person or entity shall file a development application for approval with the Planning and Building department. In addition to the development application, the applicant shall file the following: a. A site plan, building plans and code analysis demonstrating compliance with the provisions addressed above. b. A copy of the declaration or other instrument consistent with Iowa Code 499A or 499B. The declaration shall not be recorded unless a certificate of occupancy for the proposed building has been issued by the City. SECTION 2. REPEALER. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 3. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. If any section, prevision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or uncrnstitutional. SECTION 4. WHEN EFFECTIVE. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed and approved by the Council the 3" day of January, 2013. Mayor, Doug Pierce AI-rEST: City Clerk, Jeff Rosien 95.00 I certify that the foregoing was published as Ordinance No. 13-01 on the 10th 13o.ooday of January, 2013. 65.00 260.00 112.00 City Clerk, Jeff Rosien " 843.03 1.731.98 825.55 704.16 I)i I 1.731.0O I i 346.88 790.40 36.27 (NAPS)---Students might find learning a little easier if they were encouraged and trained to call on both the log- ical and the emotional. Thafs the opinion of Karen M. Ristau, president of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA). Learn more at ncea.org. A program called Friends Who Care lets parents and teachers help youngsters understand what it means to live with a disability and learn to accept differences. It's sponsored by Friendly Ice Cream Corporation and offered by Easter Seals. Visit www.easterseals.com/friend swhocare or call (800) 221- 6827. ~'~ The Pop-Tarts Pop Art Program, developed by inter- nationally renowned post- Pop artist Burton Morris and Kellogg's Pop-Tarts toaster pastries, is designed to inspire families to tap into their creativity. It features tips from Morris at www.pop tarts.com/popart. Anyone wishing to comment on this request should attend this hearing or submit written comment to the Zoning Administrator in care of Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa 50211 By order of the NORWALK BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE Interested persons are invited to comment on the wireless tele- communications facility propos- ed to be constructed near the intersection of Legacy Parkway and Legacy Court in North Norwalk, lows, 50211, (Latitude: 41.489, Longitude: 93.692) with respect to potential effects of the proposed facility on any historic property. The facility will consist of an approximate 130 foot monopole tower and associated equipment. Comments should be directed to: Project North Nor- walk, c/o Impect7G, Inc Atten- tion Mr. Matt Patrick at 6505 Merle Hay Road, Ste B, John- ston, IA 50131 or call 515473- 6256. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING The Warren County Historical Preservation Commission will hold a meeting on Thursday January 17, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in Conference Room #1 on the 2nd Floor of the Administration Building, 301 North Buxton Street, Indianola, Iowa 50125. They will elect a Chair and Vice-Chair. They wil] ap- prove the minutes from October 18, 2012. Discuss and review the current Hastie Station project lo- cated at 3232 Highway 65/ 69 Carlisle, Iowa 50047. Fundraising committee update. New Deduction for College Savings State Treasurer Michael L. 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