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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 16, 2014 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District December 2013 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name A TO Z RENTAL CENTER AAA TRENCHING &amp; SPECIALIZED BORING ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES ACP DIRECT ADVENTURE LIGHTING AGRILAND FS. INC AHLERS & COONEY. PC AIRGAS USA. LLC AMADEO. MATt AMES ENVIRONMENTAL INC ANDREWS. STEVE APPLE INC AUTO-JE=T MUFFLER CORP B & H PHOTO VII)lEO BAKTcR ELECTRIC INC BARRETT. ROBERT BAUER BUILT INC BEVING. CHRISTIE "# BIOFIT BISHOP ENGINEERING COMPANY BLICK ART MATIERIAJ_S BOBS CUSTOM TROPHES INC BOBS TOOLS BOWLERAMA LANES BRADY, TYLER G BRAND. LANCE C BRANDOW. JEFF & KATHY BROWN. STEPHANE BRUGGEMAN. JAME BucEroN. BARBARA BURIO-IART. RON CAM CSD CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CENTURYI_INK CGI COMMUNICATIONS. INC CHOPONIS. RICH CLAIMAIG CLARKE C SCHOOL DISTRICT COMPANION CORP/KEEPNTRACK CONTINENTAL CLAY CO COPPERS. BRIAN CROZIER. JAMES " DANCE SOPHISTICATES, INC DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DEAF ACTION CENTER OF DES MOINES. INC DEAF SERVICES UNLIMITED DECKER SPORTING GOODS DELPHI GLASS DELTA EDUCATION DEMCO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DERUITER. DARRYI_ DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA DES MOINES THEATRICAL SHOP DIERS. DOUG DOWNEY TIRE SERVICE DRIVE TEK LLC DUFFELBAGS.COM DUNN & COMPANY CASTERS F-ARIGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES. INC EDWARDS. MATTHEW ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING eSHIPPING. LLC EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC FAREWAY STORES FASTSIGNS FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCH FOLLEN" LIBRARY RESOURCES FORREST & ASSOCIATE FOWLER. CHARLES FRYE. DENNIS G-SPORTS WRESTLING GECRBIAMAZON GENESIS DEVELOPMENT GEORGE. THOMAS R GHEE. TOBY GIBSON. BRIAbl GRAPHIC EDGE. INC GRAYBAR GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES. INC GRINNELL-NEWBURG CSD HARCOURT OUTLINES INC HARDING. TERRY HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC HAW KEYIE STAGES HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEUER PUBLISHING COMPANY HOBERG. PATRICK J HOLMES CHEVROLET HUOL HUGH O'BRIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP HUNTLEY. VIRGINIA HUSE. JOY IAHSSCA IMAGE MARKET IMAGING TECHNOLOGES INTERPRETIVE INNOVATIONS INTERSTATE ALL BATrERY CENTER IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA HIGH SCHOOl. SIEECH ASSN IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES ITIEC JESTER INSURANCE SERVICER INC JJ DESIGNS JONES. KARA JOETENS JW PEPPER & SON INC KEYSTONE AUTOMOTIVE INC KINDER. JERRY KINMAN GLASS KIRKPATRICK. DEAN KOPISCHKE. JASON KRAIG'S GLASS SALES & MEG KRISS PREMIUM PRCOUCTS. INC KRUPKE. GERARD KURI-r. TRICIA LASER RESOURCES LEARNING POST. THE LEVI. KERRI LISRARIANS ROOK EXPRESS LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC LYNCH. CHRIS MACC RECOGNITION MAKE MUSIC INC MARICK INC MARNER. BRADLEY MCCOMBS. JAMES MCCRADY. JE,SE MENARDS-DES MOINES MERCY COLLEGE TC MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC MESSER, ANDREW MID AMERICAN ENERGY MID-WEST 3D SOLUTIONS LLC MIDAMERICA BOOKS MIDI LIEDER MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES MITCHELL. RANDY . MORRISON. MICHAEL R MOVIE LICENSING USA MULTICULTUREAL COMMUNICATIONS. INC MUSIC IN MOTION NASCO NATIONAL CONTRACTORS INC NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LEARNING NELSON CLARK NEU. JEFFREY NIELSEN. LORI NIELSEN. NICK NIELSEN. SHAWNNA NOLTE CORNMAN & JOHNSON PC NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS NORWALK CSD CASH-HS NORWALK CSD HIGH SCHOOL NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY NORWALK. CITY OF O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY [NC O'REILLY AUTbMOTIVE INC OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OWENS PATRICK PEARSeN EDUCATION PERC SOURCE PETERSON. JAY D PETERSON KRISTIN PIETAN DAVID PITNEY BOWES INC PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY POINT NATIONWIDE LLC PREMIER AGENDAS INC RAMTHUN. MATt RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC RATIGAN, JODY READ, JOSHUA RICHARDS. TODD RICHARDSON. OIANNA RIEMAN MUSIC RIVAR'S INC ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY SAMACO SUPPLY SAND. PETER SARGENT-WELCH LLC SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS - 08 SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOOL ADMINISTRJTORS OF IOWA SCHOOL BUS SALES SCHOOL TECH SUPPLY SCIENCE CENTER OF IOWA SCO'rs FOODS SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SHELL SIGLER COMPANIES' Descriotion Total EQUIPMENT RENTAL 31.16 SERVICES 2.150.00 SUPPLIES 43.99 SUPPLIES 213.45 SUPPLES 50.10 SUPPLES 530.30 LEGAL SERVICES - 621.50 SUPPLIES 783.10 OFFICIATING 195.00 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 3.362.50 REFUND 80.00 EQUIPMENT 116.00 SUPPLIES 141.49 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIE 982,77 SERVICES 252.69 OFFICIAL 80.00 SERVICE 2.926.52 SUPPLIES 49.67 EQUIPMENT 5.600.01 SITE ENGINEERING SERVICES 260,00 SUPPLES 370.20 SUPPLIES 197.25 SUPPLIES 100,00 SUPPLIES 51.00 OFFICIATING 100.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 REFUND 55.00 REIMBURSEMENT 51.11 OFFICIATING 40.00 REIMBURSEMENT 54.60 OFFICIATING 100.00 TUITION 2.205.37 SUPPLIES 3.089.38 TELEPHONE 625.00 SERVICES 4.995.00 OFFICIATING 100.00 FEES 1.866.15 ENTRY FEE 3.000.50 SOFTWARE 159.00 SUPPLIES 40.50 OFFICIATING 85.60 OFFICIATING 100.00 SUPPLIES 231.00 COPIER LEASE 2.983.21 SERVICES 162.50 SERVICES 7.123.00 SUPPLIES 337.00 SUPPLIES 271.44 INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 73360 SUPPLIES 181.34 PERMITS 960.00 OFFICIATING 100.00 ADS 1.845.15 " SUPPLIES 1.25437 OFFICIATING 100.00 SERVICE 1.160.00 DRIVER ED INST SERVICES 2.070.00 SUPPLIES 414.92 SUPPLIES 22.05 FOOD 1.158.37 OFFICIATING 100.00 MISCELLANEOUS 1.905.25 CREDIT CARD 1.322.58 EQUIPMENT 4.39 COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 277.90 SHIPPING CHARGES 184.88 HVAC SERVICES 3.886.04 SUPPLES 1.164.34 SUPPLIES 10500 SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 11.308.74 TEXTSOOKS 93.68 LW CONST - BID PKG #42 2.500.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 OFFICIATING 120,00 SUPPLIES 523.00 SUPPLIES 1.087.50 SERVICES "2.255.18 OFFICIATING 170.00 REFUND 800.00 OFFICIATING 100.00 SUPPLIES 3.294,13 SUPPLIES 122.51 FUNDRAISER 1.735.20 ENTRY FEE 290.00 SUPPLIES 204.84 OFFICIATING 85.00 PARTS 975.91 TRANSPORTATION 3600.00 EQUIPMENT 7.945.00 SERVICES 1.518.27 FEES 55.00 OFFICIATING 100.00 REPAIR PARTS 268.06 SUPPLIES 400.00 REGISTRATION 150.D0 REFUND 31.65 REFUND 40.00 REGISTRATION 50.00 SUPPLES 476.90 SERVICE 59.00 SERVICES 35.00 SUPPLIES 14.95 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 830.00 MEDICAID " 22.587.44 DUES 75.00 SUPPLIES . 1,109.35 REGISTRATION 199.00 INSURANCE 545.00 SUPPLES 437.00 REIMBURSEMENT 28.12 SUPPLES 1.406.89 SUPPLES 166,99 SUPPLIES 295.50 OFFICIAL 100.00 SERVES 42126 OFFICIATING 70.00 SERVICES 200.00 SUPPLIES 330.00 SERVICES 300,00 REIMBURSEMENT 597,43 REIMBURSEMENT 50.06 EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE 3.885.52 SUPPLIES 143.94 REIMBURSEMENT 55.44 SUPPLIES 411.99 FOOD 1.137.51 OFFICIATING 130.00 SUPPLIES 420.00 SUPPLIES 220.00 SERVICES 948.58 REFUND 25.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 OFFICIATING 130.00 SUPPLIES 172.81 DUES/FEES 25.00 SUPPLIES 40.00 REIMRURSEMENT 30.00 ELECTRICAL SERVICE 13.828.13 SOFTWARE 11.224.00 SUPPLIES 296.40 SUPPLIES 80 00 PARTS 2022 OFFICIATING 130.00 OFFICIATING 40.00 INST. SUPPLIES 1327.50 SERVICES 2.500 00 VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES 379.08 SERVICE 104 01 SERVICES 310 00 SUBSCRIPTION 100.48 OFFICIATING 105 00 OFFICIATING 10000 REIMBURSEMENT 26 66 SERVICES 1 380 00 REFUND 22.50 FINANCIAL AUDIT SERVICES 4120 O0 SERVICE 170 50 PETTY CASH 32 71 REIMBURSEMENT ': 795.15 SERVICE 60 O0 PARTS & SUPPLIES 562.77 WATER/SEWER SERVICE 11.675.60 SERVICES I38.00 MlSC PARTS 280 60 SUPPLIES 1 937 99 SUPPLIES 229 85 SUPPLIES 47 49 OFFICIATING 130 00 TEXTBOOKS 141.90 SUPPLIES 881 90. SERVICES 1.190.00 MILEAGE 10 01 OFFICIATING 8000 SERVICE 45".48 SUPPLIES 5257 SUPPLIES 30052 STUDENT SUPPLIES 236 00 REIMBURSEMENT . 130.00 PHONE SYSTEM REPAIRS 790.40 REIMBURSEMENT 133.17 OFFICIATING 100.00 OFFICIATING 65.00 REIMBURSEMENT 902.85 SUPPLIES 1.717.95 UNIFORMS 669.82 DAIRY PRODUCTS 8.258.49 SUPPLIES " 284.50 REIMBURSEMENT 110.00 SUPPLIES 72.52 BOOKS 5.272.44 CLASSROOM SUPPLIES 57.12 DUES 95 00 EQUIPMENT 123 65 SUPPLIES 56.00 SERVICE 405.00 SUPPLIES 1.390.98 SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 9.615.73 FUEL 19.03 SUPPLES 362.57 SIMMERMAN. JEFF OFFICIATING 210.SO SOCCER CONNECTIONS SUPPLIES 1.121.26 SORENSEN. DIRK OFFICIATING 50.00 SOUKUP. RICHARD OFFICIAL 100.00 SPORTDECALS INC SUPPLIES 533.27 STRAVERS. TONY REIMBURSEMENT 220.00 SUBWAY - NORWALK SUPPLIES 51 .S0 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 145.79 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EOUIPMENTISUPPLIES 1.459.10 THOMAS. CHRISTOPHER OFFICIATING 85.00 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 1.338.09 " TOMLINSCN. JR. MICHAEL OFFICIATING 50.00 TOWNSELL. JOE OFFICIATING 100.00 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES INC SERVICES t .210.00 UMPHFLEET. MIKE OFFICIATING 100.00 UNITY POINT - DES MOINES ATC SERVICES 2.500.00 UN ITYPOINT AT HOME SERVICES 612.75 URBANDALE HIGH SCHOOL BAND ENTRY FEE 200.00 VALLEY VOICES BOOSTER CLUB REGISTRATION 0.00 VALLEY WEST UNIFORM6 UNIFORMS 82.00 VAN GINKEL ATHLETIC MFG INC SUPPLIES 780.75 VAN METER CSD DE TUITION 1.500.25 VARITRONICS . SUPPLIES 210.97 VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS UNIFORMS 630.SO VINT. MIKE OFFICIATING , 100.00 WACHTER. DEREK OFFICIATING 65.00 WAKONDA CLUB PROM RENTAL FEE 2.000.00 WALKER. BRENT OFFICIATING 190.00 WARD. KIM REIMBURSEMENT 500.48 WARDS NTRL SCIENCE ESTABLISHME INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 27,87 " WASTE MANAGEMENT OF iOWA SERVICES 2.126.92 WATTS. BETHANY REIMBURSEMENT 54.22 WEBER, CHRISTOPHER OFFICIAL 65.00 WEDEMEYER. OAX OFFICIATING 100,00 WEEKS. JEFFREY OFFICIATING 100.00 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 8.096.49 WEST MUSIC SUPPLIES 41.05 WESTHOFF. THOMAS OFFICIATING 80.00 WESTSIDE APPLIANCE SUPPLIES 185.90 WILL'S MUSIC & KARAOKE SERVICES 225.00 WOODWARD-GRANGER COMM SCHOOLS TUITION .. 257.938.65 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 12-27-13 (abridged for publication) Mayor Pierce called the meeting, held at 705 North Avenue, to order at 7:40 A.M. by Mayor, Doug Pierce. Those present at roll call were Enc Delker, Dave Murillo and Jamie Sytvestar. Absent: Kyle Jackson and Mike Leto. (RC = roll call vote) 13-296 Motion by Delker and seconded by Murillo to approve the Agenda car- deal unanimously by voice vote. The business portion of the meeting was opened. Mayor opened Public Hearing at 7:42 concerning a Development Agreement between the City and Loffredo Fresh Prodube Co., Inc., which includes tax in- crement payments in an amount not to exceed $159,000 and an economic de- " velopment grant of $830,000. $700,000 of the economic development grant is a rebate of the purchase price of the land paid to the City and $130,000 is a pass-through grant with Warren County. With public comment taken at the December 19, 2013 regular council meeting, no further comments were made or received. Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 7:44. 13-297 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Delker to adopt proposed Resolution 1227,- 13-95 approving a Development Agreement with Loffredo Fresh Produce Co., Inc., authorizing annual appropriation tax increment payments and pledg- ing certain tax increment revenues to the payment of the agreement. RC passed unanimously. 13-298 The next item on the Agenda is consideration of a Resolution rescinding a 28E Agreement with Warren County adopted on August 15, 2013,and approv- ing a revised grant agreement between the City and Warren County. Motion by Delker and seconded by Sylvester to table approval of 28E until the January 2, 2014 Regular Council meeting to allow for wording changes to be completed to the satisfaction of both parties, RC passed unanimously. 13-299 Motion by Delker and seconded by Munllo to adjourn the meeting at 7:44 A.M. Voice vote carried unanimously. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer OFFICIAL PUBLICATION < SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 3, THE WARREN COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES Summary for Publication for Chapter 3 amendments On January 7, 2014, the Warren County Board of Supervisors approved the following amendments to CHAPTER 3 GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: 3.03 DEFINITIONS: Amend 3.03(10). College students are not eligible for as- sistance unless they are working 20 or more hours per week. ; Amend 3.03(14) A person who is eligible for or has received the maximum amount of assistance from Veteran's Affairs, will not be eligible.for General Assistance; BASIC NEEDS BENEFITS: Amend 3.07,(3)(A)(8) General Assistance is not available for deposits, first month's rent, or back rent; LIMITATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS; Amend 3.08(1 ) Transportation: Actual cost of needed public transportation or where such is not available or feasible, the purchase of necessary gas or oil. "Transportation" does not include car repairs, but is limited to the purchase of gas and oil. Fuel vouchers will be provided during any twelve (12) month period for the purpose of job searches. The twelve " (12) month period is to begin with the month when the first assistance is issued; 308(3) Funeral Expenses shall be paid at the maximum amount designated by the Board of Supervisors. Funerals will be paid for those who are a County resident, subject to any lump sum deductions, such as Social Security and Vet- erans Administration, or other burial benefits received. The amount shall be $750.00 for a nonresident, indigent transient. Assistance may be utilized toward burial or cremation and above benefit shall not exceed actual cost. The above limitations may be modified by the Board of Supervisors on a case by case basis; 308(4) Emergency Shelter: Service shall be limited to four (4) weeks du- ration. Shelter will only be provided when person is a resident of Warren County prior to becoming homeless. Shelter wilt only be provided in emergency situa- tions (natural disaster or victim of domestic violence). If person is victim of do- mestic violence, we will need to see proof of criminal case and/or no contact order. These amendments to the above Ordinance shall be in effect after their passage and approval ancl publication as required by law. Passed and approved this 7h day of January, 2014. WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS /s/G. Doug Shull Doug Shull, Chair, AYE /s/Steve Wilson Steve Wilson, Vice-Chair, AYE /s/Dean C. Yordi Dean C.Yordi, Member, AYE /s/Traci VanderLinden ATTEST: Traci VanderLinden, Warren County Auditor OFFICIAL PUBLICATION- NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session January 8, 2014 Directors Present-Katbedne Schmidt, George Meinscke, Rick Kaul, and Madbeth Wright Director Absent-Justin Fletcher The meeting was called to order at 5:02 p.m. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved entenng into closed session at 5:02 p.m. as provided under Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(e) to conduct a headng to consider disciplinary action against a student and to review er discuss records which are required by state or federal law to be kept confidential as provided by Iowa Code Section 21.5(1 )(a). The Board returned to open session at 5:36 p.m. Approved expulsion of student A for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.5 and 502.5rl and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parents and the Norwalk Community School District. The meeting was adjourned at 5:38 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session January 8, 2014 Directors Present-Kathenne Schmidt, George Meinecke, Rick Kaul, and Manbeth Wright Director Absent-Justin Fletcher The meeting was called to order at 5:45 p.m. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved entering into closed session at 5:46 p.m. as provided under Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(e) to conduct a hearing to consider disciplinary action against a student and to review or discuss records which are required by state or federal law to be kept confidential as provided by Iowa Code Section 21.5(1 )(a). The Board returned to open session at 6:03 p.m. Approved expulsion of student B for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.5 and 502.5rl and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parent and the Norwalk Community School Distnct. The meeting was adjourned at 6:03 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary Quick Meal Tips For Cme Day Entertaining Chili made in a slow cooker is a treat for guests and hosts. (NAPS)--If the gang is headed to your hotme to watch the game, dli is a groat crowd- pleaser that?s easy to make. Cooking chili in a Slow cooker is simple and it gets the host out of the kitchen and into the game. Just place a disposable liner in the cooker, add the ingredients, cover and set the controls. When the whistle blows, you have a meal your team will love. Slow cooker liners from Reynolds make cleanup a snap. Just toes the disposable liner when you're done--no scrubbing or soakmg00 Put assorted toppings such as sour cream, lmted cheese, chopped onions and more in bowls 3"ore everyone arrives to serve with this hearty game day favorite: Game Day Chili Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 3-7 hours Serves: 8 1 Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner 1 pound lean ground beef 1 medium green bell pepper, chopped 1 small onion, chopped 2 cans (15 o) red kidney beans, undrained 2 packages (1.25 oz.) chili seasoning mix 1 can (15 oz.) tomato sauce 1 can (10 oz.) diced tomatoes and green chilies Cheese and sour cream (optional) Open slow cooker liner and place it inside a 5- to 6 -quart slow cooker bowl. Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl. Brown ground beef, bell pepper and onion in a large skillet over medium-high heat, stir- ring occasionally, until beef is no longer pink. Drain well. Place beef mixture into slow cooker liner. Combine remain- ing ingredients in a medium bowl. Pour over beef mixture; gently stir with wooden or plastic spoon to combine. Place lid on slow cooker. Cook on low for 6 to 7 hours or on high for 3 to 31/2 hours until heated through. Carefully remove lid to allow steam to escape. Serve food directly from slow cooker liner. Do not lift or transport liner with food inside. Cook's tip: Store your slow cooker liners in the cooker itself. That way, you']] have them when you need them. For more recipes and ideas; go to wwwE.cor .In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" (515) 989-0106 SALES ~ SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL I