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/ P Page Six OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District January 2013 Paid Invoices Report VefKlor Name ABEL. BRYANT OFFICIATING ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES SUPPLES ACT SERVICES ADVENTURE LIGHTING SUPPLES AHLERS & COONEY. PC LEGAL SERVICES AIRGAS USA. LLC SUPPLES ALLENDER BUT2XE ENGINEERS INC CONSTRUCTION ALLIED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES AMADEO. MATT OFFICIATING ANKENY COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT SERVICES APPLE IN( EQUIPMENT ART TO REMEMBER SUPPLIES ASCD INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES BAKER ELECTRIC INC SERVICES BUCK ART MATERIALS SUPPLIES BRAND. LANCE C OFFICIATING BRITT, JOHN SERVICES BUCKTON. BARBARA REIMBURSEMENT C E MCGUlNESS CO INC PARTS CAMBIUM LEARNING INC SUPPt.IES CAMPBELL CHARITY REIMBURSEMENT CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES CASEY'B GENERAL STORES. INC SUPPLES CDW GOVERNMENT INC COMPUTER SUPPLIES CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE CHIEVES. RITCHIE OFFICIATING CITY SUPPLY CORP SUPPLES CLAIMAIC FEES COLE. LEAH REIMBURSEMENT COMMUNITY BANK INVESTMENT COMPETITIVE EDGE. INC SUPPLIES CRAWFORD. CHRISTOPHER OFFICIATING DAKTRONICS INC SEC PHASE II CONST - SP #118 DANCE SOPHISTICATES. INC SUPPLIES DANIELS FILTER SERVICE SERVICES DARNIELLE ALAN OFFICIATING DE t.AGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE COPIER LEASE DEAF ACTION CENTER OF DES MOINES SERVICES DEAF SERVICES UNLIMITED SERVICES DEBBIE DOO WOP & DYNAMITE DAN SERVICES DECKER SPORTING GOODS SUPPLIES DELPHI GLASS SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERMITS DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLL EDUCATION DES MOINES THEATRICAL SHOP SUPPLIES DOLLAR GENERAL CORP SUPPLIES DOWNEY TIRE SERVICE SERVICE DOWNING. KIMBERLY REFUND DREES. ALLAN OFFICIATING DUAX. PATRICK SERVICES EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO FOOD EGGLESTON. STEVE OFFICIATING EKLUND. PETER SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES CREDIT CARD ELDRIDGE PUBLISHING CO SUPPLIES EXCEL MECHANICAl. COMPANY INC HVAC SERVICES FAREWAY STORES SUPPLIES FIRST EMERALD VENDING & COFFEE SUPPLIES FLEETONE LLC FUEL FOOLESONG. JULE MARIE OFFICIATING FORCIER. CARLA REFUND G & D ELECTRIC IN( SUPPLIES GECRB/AMAZON SUPPLIES GENESIS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES GEORGE, THOMAS R OFFICIATING GIZZL VICKI REFUND GLAZIER FOOTBALL CLINICS LLC REGISTRATIONS GOLAY, JULIE REFUND GRANDSTAFF. JEN REFUND GRAPHIC EDGE. INC SUPPLES GROUNDS FOR PLAY SUPPLIES HANSEN, MISTY REFUND HARRISON BROS INC SUPPLIES HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACE INC PARTS HEARTLAND AEA 11 SERVICES HECKART. J!JLIE REIMBURSEMENT HEETLAND. LYNN OFFICIATING H EWLETT PACKARD SUPPLIES HILL, SHARON REFUND HOGAN. LISA REFUND HOLMES CHEVROLET REPAIR PARTS HOPKINS SUPPLIES HUDNUT. RICH OFFICIATING IMAGE MARKET SUPPLIES IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT DUES/FEES INDIANOLA RECORD-HERALD #1150 SUBSCRIPTION INSTITUTE FOR CAREER RESEARCH SUBSCRIPTION INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS REIMBURSEMENT INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER SUPPLIES IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVICES IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID OWA HEALTH DES MOINES ATC SERVICES ~OWA HEALTH HOME CARE SERVICES OWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSN DUES IOWA ONE CALL ULTILITY SERVICES IRON WORKS STEEL & ALUMINUM SERVICES JAMES F MCKETHAN. LLC DUES/FEES JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC SUPPLIES JENSEN, BLAKE OFFICIATING JJ DESIGNS SUPPLIES JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD BOOKS JW PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES KADNER. JAMES OFFICIATING KECK INC SUPPLIES KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC SERVICES KRUPKE. GERARD REIMBURSEMENT KSIAZEK. BRENT "~" OFFICIAL LASER RESOURCES EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE LEARNING POST. THE SUPPLIES LIBERTS SUPPLIES LINCNER STEVEN D OFFICIATING LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC FOOD LYNCH, CHRIS OFFICIATING MACC RECOGNITION SUPPLIES MARSHALLTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ENTRY FEES MARTENSDALE-ST MARYS SCHL DIST TUITION & FEES MENARDS-DES MOIN ES SUPPLIES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES MID AMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICAL SERVICE MID-WEST 3D SOLUTIONS LLC SOFTWARE MIDWEST ALARM SUPPLIES MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIES MOCKOBEE. AMY REFUND MOLDEN. RICK OFFICIAL MOORE MEDICAL CORP SUPPLIES MORRISON. MICHAEL R OFFICIATING MUSEUM OF SCIENCE SUPPLIES NDA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP LODGING NICOL. JARED L OFFICIATING NIELSEN. NICK SERVICES NORTH HiGH SCHOOL ENTRY FEES NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS SERVICE NORWALK ACTIVITIES BOOSTERS REIMBURSEMENT NORWALK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP NORWALK CSD ACTIVITY FUND REIMBURSEMENT NORWALK CSD CASH-HS PETTY CASH NORWALK CSD NUTRITION FUND REIMBURSEMENT NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS SERVICE NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLrY PARTS & SUPPLIES NORWALK TiRE & AUTO CENTER REPAIR SERVICES NORWALK. CITY OF WATER/SEWER SERVICE O'REiLLY AUTOMOTIVE INC MISC PARTS OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES OFFICE MAX CONTRACT IN( SUPPLIES OMNIGRAPHICS REFERENCE MATERIALS ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC SUPPLIES OSTLUND. SHAWN OFFICIATING OWENS. PATRICK OFFICIATING PALMER. FRANCESCA REFUND PARSONS. JOHN DAVID OFFICIATING PAULSEN. JOE OFFICIATING PE II LLC SUPPLIES PELLA CSD ENTRY FEES PENSKE TRUCK LEASING CO RENTAL PERMA-BOUND SUPPLIES PETERSON. KRISTIN MILEAGE PITNEY BOWES INC SERVICE PITSCO SUPPLIES POINDEXTER FLOORING INC SERVICES POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES POPPEN. JOEL STEPHEN SERVICE PREFERRED PEST CONTROL SERVICES RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES RATIGAN. JODY REIMBURSEMENT READ. JOSHUA OFFICIATING RENAUD. KURT OFFICIAL RHINO TECHNOLOGY GROUP. INC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT RICHARDSON. DIANNA REIMBURSEMENT RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES RISER INC EQUIPMENT RIVAR'S IN( UNIFORMS ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY DAIRY PRODUCTS SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC SUBSCRIPTION SCHOLASTIC INC CLASSROOM SUPPLIES SCHOOL BUS SALES EQUIPMENT SCHOOLSIN SUPPLIES SCHUMACHER~ CHARLES OFFICIATING SCICDA REGISTRATIONS SCOTPS FOODS SUPPLIES SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES SUPPLIES SIMMERMAN. JEFF OFFICIATING SIMPLEXGRINNELL SERVICES SIMPSON COLLEGE BANDS ENTRY FEES SIVADGE LAURA REIMBURSEMENT SOCCER CONNECTIONS SUPPLIES STEPPING STONES PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB SWISHER NICHOLE REFUND T & T SPRINKLER SERVICE INC SERVICES TAKE THE STAGE CHOREOGRAPHY SERVICES TARGET BANK SUPPLIES THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES THOMAS. CHRISTOPHER OFFICIATING TIM HILDRETH COMPANY INC REPAIRS TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC FEE COLLECTION TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC REPAIRS TWO RIVERS GROUP. INC MS BOILER/TOWER PROJ NfWarren Town andCounty News Thursday, February 7, 2013 Total 125.00 143.00 101.25 505.77 880.50 379.21 2.000.00 280,00 195.00 115.00 6.655,99 1.391.00 1.759.40 315.00 160,75 100.00 125,00 48.36 43,60 231.97 966.39 11.159.47 57.54 506.04 1.483.15 65.00 285.00 1,139,34 14,00 2.000.000.00 693.00 98.00 8.256.05 299.00 4.064.68 125.00 2.98&21 4.961.25 561.25 200.00 792,00 36.16 672,00 23.750,00 241.78 73.15 80.94 45.00 40,00 1.187,50 952,95 65,00 470.00 2.290.06 2.749,33 23.85 5.245,64 507.47 64.00 2.50 125.00 45.00 595.00 385.01 7.745.93 40.00 27.50 349.00 45.00 45.00 2.34832 5.776.00 45.(]0 172.02 747,85 204,60 120.01 125.00 319.74 45.00 45.00 69.02 203.95 55.00 1.793.30 53.00 95.00 14.94 429.00 85.00 75.00 536,91 12.706.37 2.500.00 7,052.00 306.0D 93.60 5235.75 " 390.00 237.83 95.00 132.00 513.00 58.44 95.00 3,999,72 283,00 104.92 100.00 2.938.83 111.11 227.52 40.00 2.977.12 65,00 251.90 90.00 17.649.00 111.72 40.00 44.583.84 3.990.00 439.19 31 90 45.00 95.00 137.11 65.00 533.93 11.136 00 40.00 818.00 7000 248.02 470.99 310.00 625.00 164,66 252.00 595.00 180.64 350.10 23.902.07 31.98 552.06 372.64 70.62 68.98 235.00 65.00 45.00 130.00 130.00 1.035.50 145.36 342.01 41624 45.24 189.50 194.40 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES IN( SERVICES 1.430.00 UNIVERSAl. MERCANTILE EXCHANGE SUPPLIES 200,00 VILLAGGIO SUPPLIES . 90.06 WARDS NTRL SCIENCE ESTABLISHME INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 272.40 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 1.445.00 WAUKEE CSD STUDENT TUITION 2.941.50 WEBER. CHRISTOPHER OFPICIAL 130.00 WEST OES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVTCE 346,26 WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITION SUPPLIES 39.855.95 WESTHOFF. THOMAS OFFICIATING 245.00 WlEDMANN. CHAD REIMBURSEMENT 380,61 WINGSPAN. LLC DUES/FEES 17000 2.420.935.92 13-023 Motion by Munllo and seconded by Delker to adopt a Resolution ap- proving the preliminary plat of The Ridge at Echo Valley Plat 2. J.ELe ~g lgtLon Nc~ 0177-13-08) Approved 4-0.Ayes: Murillo, Sytvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none, 13-024 Motion by Delker and seconded by Curtis to adopt a Resolution ap- proving the first addendum to the 28E Sharing Agreement between the City of Norwalk and the Norwalk Community School District for the ehar- ing of fiber optic communloation cable. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Sylvester, Deler and Curtis. Nayes: none. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING 1-17-13 The Regular City Council Meeting of the Norwalk City Council was held at the Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, on Thursday, January 17, 2013. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 R M. by Mayor Doug Pierce. Those present at roll cell were Dave Mudllo, Jamie Sylvester, Frank Curtis and Edc Delker. Absent: Mike Leto. 1 3-016 Motion by Cu dis and seconded by Munllo to approve the Agenda. Motion carried unanimously. 13-017 Motion by Munllo and seconded by Sylvester to approve the Minutes of the January 3, 2013 Regular Council meeting. Motion carried unanimously. The mayor welcomed those guests present. The public portion of the meeting was opened with no one wishing to speak. With none forthcoming, the business portion of the meeting was opened. The Consent Agenda includes tax abatements; appointment of Dennis Cassidy to the Board of Adjustments; and expenditures: ADVENTURES IN ADVERTISING CLOTHING ALLOW $1,885.13 CITY LAUNDERING CO BLDG MAINT $78.83 COMMONWEALTH ELECTRIC COMP REPAIR $268.71 DES MOINES WATER WORKS DMWW $23,540.11 DOWNEY TIRE REPAIR GRADER $122.94 EDDY WALKER EQUIPMENT CO. REPAIR 41 $1,258.89 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & E BUILDING MAINTENANCE $529.98 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING CO RENTS & LEASES $491.50 FIREHOUSE SOFTWARE COMMS BOND $1,565.00 GE CAPITAL RENTS & LEASES $520.00 HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & SUPPLIES $885.27 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT $578.09 HOLMES CHEVROLET REPAIR 21 $954.33 INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ADVISOR 2013 QUARTERLY RETIANER $2,000.00 INDIANOLA FIRE DEPARTMENT BILLING $840.00 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES $169.21 INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL INTERNATIONALCODE COUNCIL $211.22 IOWA MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFF 20131MFOA MEMBERSHIP DUES $55.50 IOWA SIGNAL INC TRAFFIC SIGNALS $1,558.00 IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC BLDG MAINT $215.00 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC FUEL $12,521.85 JEFF ROSIEN EYE GLASS ALLOWANCE $200.00 KELTEK INCORPORATED BUILDING MAINTENANCE $43,476.18 LIVING MAGAZINE LIVING MAGAZINE $g00.00 MATHESON LINWELD EQUiPMEN $294.10 MCLAUGHLIN INTERNATIONAL I MCL.N.~HLININTERNATIONALINC $737.05 MEDIACOM TELECOM $269.30 MIDWESTWHEEL REPAIR 41 $9.82 MIKE MYER SERVICES SNOW REMOVAL $40.00 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC EQUIPMENT $54,500.00 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY SUPPLIES $305.50 NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS PHYSICAL $1,304.00 PAPER FREETECHNOLOGY INC SUPPORT $1,500.00 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPERS OF 2013MEMBEF~IPAPPLIC~ $300.00 PROGRESSIVE MEDICAL INTL SUPPLIES $59.80 PURCHASE POWER POSTAGE $500.00 REYNOLDS FEED SERVIICE SUPPLIES" $59.56 SAMS CLUB SUPPLIES $150.86 SCOTTS FOODS SUPPLIES $85.94 STANDRIDGE GROUP POLICE DEPT LETTERHEAD $195.00 TIGER DIRECT INC EQUIPMENT $131.34 TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES REPAIR 41 $69.96 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES MAINTENANCE $1,999.61 ULTRAMAX OPERATING SUPPLIES $102.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IA COLLECTION COSTS $25,687.54 ZIEGLER INC. MAINTAINER $128.45 GRAND TOTAL $183,357.07 13-018 Motion by Syivester and seconded by Curtis to approve the Consent Agenda. Motion carried unanimously. 13-019 Motion by Delker and seconded by Murillo to pass a proposed Ordi- nance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, 2008, Chapter 135, by adding section 135.14 pertaining to capital improvements projects cost sharing. (Ordinance No. 13-004) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Sylvester. Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-020 Motion by Curtis and seconded by Sylvester to pass second reading of a proposed Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, 2008, Chapters 55, 56, 57 and 177, related to animal control and associated fees. (second of three readings) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-021 Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Curtis to adopt a Resolution naming the official newapaper of the City of Norwalk Iowa. (Resolution No. 0117-13-05) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-022 Motion by Delker and seconded by Curtis to adopt a Resolution nam- ing the official depository bank of the City of Norwalk, Iowa. (Resolution No. 0117-13-06) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. The next item on the agenda is discussion of a potential sidewalk policy for the City of Norwalk. Public Works Director, TIm Hoskins presented the Council with a proposed Sidewalk Inspection and Replacement Program, the policy includes the sidewalk requirements, property owner responsibilities, and payment and collection process. The Council will consider the policy at the February 7, 2013 City Council meeting. 13-025 Motion by Mudllo and seconded by Delker to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried unanimously. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE FACILITY REVENUE BONDS (GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL IOWA PROJECT), SERIES 2013 The City Council of tha City of Cumming, Iowa, (the"Issuer") will meet on the 25th day of February, 2013, at seven o'clock p.m at the City Hall, 649 N. 44" Street, Cumming, Iowa, for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the proposal to issue Facility Revenue Bonds (Goodwill Industries of Central Iowa Project), Series 2013, of the Issuer, in an aggregate pnncipal ~mount not to exceed $2,500,000 {the "Bonds") and to loan said amount to Goodwill Industries of Cen- tral Iowa (the "Borrower") for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construc- tion, improvmg, equtppmg and fumishing of a new retail store of the Borrower located at 6630 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des M0ines, Iowa (the =Project") and paying for costs of issuance and certain other costs associated with the issu- ance of the Bonds. The Borrower will own and operate the Project. The Bonds, when issued, will be a limited obligation and will not constitute general obligations of the Issuer nor will it be payable in any manner by taxation, but the Bonds will be payable solely and only from amounts received by the Issuer under a Loan Agreement between the Issuer and the Borrower, the obli- gations of which will he sufficient to pay the principal of and interest and redemp- tion premium, if any, on the Bonds as and when the same shall become due. At the time and place fixed for the hearing, individuals who appear will be given an opportunity to express their views for or against the proposal to issue the Bonds for the purpose of financing the Project. Written comments may also be submitted to the Issuer at the City of Cumming, Iowa, City Hall, RO. Box 100, 649 N. 44"~ Street, Cumming, Iowa, 50061. Wdtten comments must be received by the above headng date. By order of the City Council of the City of Cumming, Iowa. Rachelle Swisher City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session January 28, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 6:06 p.m. Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, Tom Phillips, Dab Hobbs, George Meinecke, and Rick KauL The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved Superintendent Wulf's recommended actions on open enrollment in and out requests. ,Approved the Personnel Changes as listed. The meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM WATER DISCHARGE The Ridge - Echo Valley #2. LLC plans to submit a Notice of intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Re- sources to be covered under the NPDES General Permit No. 2 "Storm Water Discharge Associated with In- dustrial Activity for Construction:' The storm water discharge will be from the construction of a residential subdivi- sion located in SE,Section 6, Town- ship 771'4, Range 24W, Warren County, Iowa. Storm water will be discharged from 4 point sources and will be dis- charged to the following stream: Middle Creek via unnamed ditches, storm sewer, and tributanes. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Dis- charge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319-0034. The pub- lic may review the Notice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m Monday through Friday, at the above addreSS after it has been received by the department. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (NAPS)--New mobile phones, such as Windows Phones from Microsoft, are helping today's busy con- sumers do it all from wher- ever they are. To learn more, visit the website www. windowsphone.com. According to the 22nd annual Weber GrillWatch Survey, 49 percent of Americans grill year-round. You can sign up for Weber's Recipe of the Week at www.weber.com for a deli- cious new grilling recipe every Friday. 85.00 5.768.18 2.043.79 597.50 2.840.00 1.601.79 6.175.36 24.95 54.45 14&63 551.90 95.00 220.00 416.21 8.262.73 64.94 120.00 333.00 60.36 7 00 1.409.50 10.989.04 45.00 4350.00 1 OO0 0O 21.01 1.671 65 85.00 19152 187.72 254.04 49.626 00 2.21o.oO25o94 Form/,674 bwa Department of Managemont 10-13-11 The "Find it First" initia, 125.00I NOTrI EOF PUBLIC Er.ARII~.PROPO~EOBUDGET I, Ex'rBIrllOIOI .Ei~CTCOUITYNAMf.: I rive, sponsored by medical 435.00 790.40,Fiscal Year 20t4 (July tt 2013- June 301 20t4) ,I Warren Coanty Acj Eatenlioo I technology company 95.oo8599 The Extension Council of the above-namnd ~ ~ wi conduct a public Itesring on the propoesd fiscal year O]3nmpus, gives .4J~aericans an extra push to get wen Coun~ Extension screened for colon cancer. At the pubic hea "nn9 any res'dent or taxpayer may present objections to, or argoments in favor of, any pad of the proposed For each person making the budget. This notice represents a summary of the supportin9 detail of receipts and expenditures on file with the Extension commitment at www.Findit Council Secretary. Copies of the Supplemental Budget Detail (Schedule 67,I-A) will be furnished upon re ]uesL I Extension District Telepl~ne Numben Cmg, Hertel I 516R93/42St I Extension Council Contact Name:, PROPOSED BUDGET SUMMARY FUND (Use 'Nh01e DoPars~ A B C D Expenditures ~'E 6-30-2012 FYE 6-30-2013 FYE 6-30-2014 Actual Re-Estimated Budgat Estimated ,Ending Fu.d Balance FY2014 E F Estimated Amount Estimated To Be Raised FY2014 By Beg- Balance J Taxation 1. County Agricultural Extension Education 170,99~ 191,97~ 23923' 1111731 132~86; 901000 2, Unemployment Corrpensstion O 50( 7,00( 6,850 13.85( 0 3. Tort Liabil'~y tJ49 48~ 1,25( 696 94( lr000 4, TOTAL - 172;147 192,96( 247,48~ 119277 147,65~ 91,000 Proposed taxation rate per $1,000 veduatioE ! 0.05121 First.com, the company donates a dollar to the Colon Cancer Alliance and the Colorectal Cancer Coalition. Makeup expert Tia Dantzler prefers an oil-based moisturizer for ultimate hydration. She recommends Johnson's Baby Oil Gel after a shower, while skin is still wet, to lock in up to 10 times more moisture. For more information, visit www.john sonsbaby.com.