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N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 9, 2015 r ,m]llp: OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District March 2015 Paid Invoices Report Vend0r Name Des 247SECURITY INC SERVICES A-TED RECYCLING INC SUPPLIES ACCO BRANDS USA LLC SUPPLIES ACMB ELECTRIC COMPANIES SUPPLIES ADVENTURE LIGHTING SUPPLIES AGRMSION SUPPLIES AIRGAS USA, LLC SUPPLIES AMESCSD SERVICES APPLE INC EQUIPMENT AREA 11 ADMINISTRATORS ASSOC ADMINISTRATOR DUES ARNOLD, PAULA REIMBURSEMENT ASCD INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES ASTS CORPORATION DRUG TESTING AUDITOR, STATE OF IOWA AUDITING SERVICES BARNES & NOBLE INC BOOKS BETTER BINDING SERVICE SERVICES BOBS CUSTOM TROPHIES INC SUPPLIES BROAD REACH SUPPLIES BROOIEYN PUBLISHERS SUPPLIES BUCKTON, BARBARA REIMBURSEMENT M LEARNING INC SUPPLIES CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE CFI TIRE.SERVICE SUPPLIES CITY BRAKE/IMPORT AUTO SUPPLIES CLA1MAID FEES CLASSEN, ANDREW SERVICES CLASSROOM DIRECT/SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLIES COIvPErITIVE EDGE, INC SUPPLIES DAVIDSON, TERESA REIMBURSEMENT DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE COPIER LEASE DEPT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SERVICES DES MOINES IND CSD SPED TUITION DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA ADS DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP LEGAL SERVICES DRAKE UNIVERSITY DUES/FEES DREAMS UNLIMITED MOBILE SOUND SERVICE DRIVE TEK LLC DRIVER ED INST SERVICES DUAX, PATRICK SERVICES EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES, INC FOOD EKLUND, BENGT SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS ELAN CARDMEMSER SERVICES CREDIT CARD EMS DETERGENT SERVICES NUTR CLEANING SUPPLIES EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC HVAC SERVICES FAREWAY STORES SUPPLIES FASTENAL - SUPPLIES FAX GILBERT PROGRAMS INC PRESENTATIONS FC ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTS LLC SUPPLIES FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCH SVPP EXPENSE REIMB FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC SUPPLIES FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC TEXTBOOKS GENESIS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES GEORGE, KAYLA REIMBURSEMENT GLENWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST TUITION GOLF TEAM PRODUCTS, INC SUPPLIES " GRAINGER SUPPLIES GRAPHIC EDGE, INC SUPPLIES GREGG YOUNG CHEVROLET REPAIR PARTS- HARDY, CARROLL W REIMBURSEMENT HARVEYS AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC PARTS HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT HEARTLAND AEA 11 SERVICES HEARTLAND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS EQUIPMENT HECKART, JULIE REIMBURSEMENT HEINEMANN REGISTRATION HEUER PUBLISHING COMPANY FEES HEAND DAIRY FOODS COMPANY. LLC DAIRY PRODUCTS HOBART SERVICE PARTS HOCHSTEIN, CHERYL REFUND HOMETOWN INN & SUITES LODGING HUNTER, ABIGAIL REIMBURSEMENT HY VEE STORES SUPPLIES HY VEE STORES FOOD SUPPLIES ICCA ENTRY FEES ILA DUES !NDIANOLA COMM SCHOOL DIST SERVICES INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS REIMBURSEMENT IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVICES IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID IOWA EMPLOYMENT CONFERENCE DUES/FEES IOWA GIRLS COACHES ASSOC . DUES !OWA GIRLS HS ATHLETIC UNION FEES iOWA HALL OF PRIDE FOUNDAT!ON AD','tlSSION iOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC DUES IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSN DUES IOWA SOUND, LC SERVICES J.C. WHITLAM MANUFACTURING CO EQUIPMENT J,J. KELLER & ASSOC INC INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES JOHNSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST SERVICES JW PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES KECK INC SUPPLIES KINMAN GLASS SERVICES KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS, 1NC SERVICES KURTr, TRICIA REIMBURSEMENT LA. FULTON & SONS, INC SERVICES LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES LASER RESOURCES EQUIP MAINT SERVICE LEARNING POST, THE SUPPLIES LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC FOOD MACC RECOGNITION SUPPLIES MARTENSDALE-ST MARYS SCHL DIST TUITION & FEES MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO INC NUTR FOOD MCCALL PATTERNS SUPPLIES MENARDS-DES MOINES SUPPLIES MENTEN, DEAN SERVICES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES Total 54.675.00 672.98 276.60 530.04 29.00 20.84 1.214.79 11,051.15 379.00 100.00 85,00 79.00 55.00 850.00 31.98 497.00 515.50 52220 74.75 33.70 1,179,15 6,172,01 613.84 247.35 98.58 1,819.81 300.00 93.68 826.65 20.98 2,983.21 400.00 2,192.04 120.00 1,5000.00 100.00 265.00 1,897.50 1,593.75 2,075.52 2,600.00 1,435.91 533.54 290.00 2,861.16 177.46 14.21 1,300.00 42.86 9,834.31 284.12 992.79 3175.98 87.73 2,022.55 2,720.00 117.92 638.79 42.18 13.10 287.01 198.00 29,60 10,139,92 38,07 103,40 111,50 755233 259,00 35,00 705,51 37.21 439.25 142.02 20.15 50@ 500.00 90.00 925.46 24016.57 215,0,:3 G0.,:C, }5): ,ij j. L J 285.C,} 258,00 9591,69 r f, :3L'.DU 363.64 6.920.5 26!.80 1.708.47 575,28 505,00 32,92 160.00 68.98 5,139.96 101.88 4,496.54 44,80 21.423,50 31,61L, 19.00 257,89 855.00 40,00 MID AMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICAL SERVICE MIDWEST ALARM SUPPLIES NELSEN, NICK SERVICES NOLTE, CORNMAN & JOHNSON PC FINANCIAl. AUDIT SERVICES NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS SERVICE NORWALK ACTIVITIES BOOSTERS REIMBURSEMENT NORWALK CSD CASH-ACTIVITY START UP CASH NORWALK CSD CASHOOD PETTY CASH NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY PARTS & SUPPLIES NORWALK PTO DONATION NORWALK, CITY OF WATER/SEWER SERVICE NPC, INTERNATIONAL FOOD O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC SERVICES O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC MISC PARTS OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CTRS OF THE SW TESTING OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES OLD CREAMERYTHEATRE COMPANY, THE SERVICES ORCHARD.PLACE DUES/FEES PALS, ANDREW REIMBURSEMENT PERC SOURCE SUPPLIES PERMA-BOUND SUPPLIES PIERCE BROS REPAIR REPAIRS PLAYSCRIPTS INC SPEECH SUPPLIES PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES PROTECT COMPUTER PRODUCTS SUPPLIES QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC PHONE SYSTEM SERVICES RAPIDS SUPPLIES REALLY GOOD STUFF INC SUPPLIES RICI-IAPJ)SON, DIANNA REIMBURSEMENT RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES RIFTON EQUIPMENT RISER INC EQUIPMENT 33,630.86 590.26 1,740.00 6,360.00 260.40 530.34 2,000.00 43123 453.09 150.00 4,923.04 112.00 ' 176.00 422.52 75.50 1,187.88 675.00 31234.66 65.04 293.35 19.84 386.00 90.00 268.09 171.09 444.10 71.95 1,109.86 314.35 213.02 271.52 990.56 3,485.25 695.00 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session March 30, 2015 The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, Rick Kaul, George Meinecke, Maribeth Wright, and Justin Fletcher. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved the Personnel Changes as listed. Approved UMB Bank as purchaser of the Series 2015 $5,056,000 G. O. Refunding Bonds and called for the redemption of the Series 2005 G. O. Bonds as of May 1,2015. Approved receipt of the FY2014 (2013-2014) Financial Audit Report. -Approved setting the public hearing for the FY2016 (2015-2016) Certified Budget for April 13, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at Lakewood Elementary. The meeting was adjourned at 7:23 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session April 1,2015 Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, George Meinecke, Rick Kaul, Justin Fletcher, and Maribeth Wright. The meeting was called to order at 6:06 p.m. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved entering into closed session at 6:07 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 7:14 p.m. Approved expulsion of Student A through the end of the first semester 2015- 2016 for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.1,502, 502.3, and 503.R1, and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parent and the Norwalk Community School District. Approved expulsion of Student B for the remainder of the 2014-2015 school ysar for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.1,502, 502.3, and 503.R1, and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parents and the Norwalk Community School District. Approved expulsion of Student C through the end of the first semester 2015- 2016 for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.1,502, 502.3, and 503.R1, and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parent and the Norwalk Community School District.. The meeting was adjourned at 7:17 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary LI Did You Know? I' (NAPS)--One of the new- est low-caiOt'le options when t -x.'.mes fo sports drunks s :ep]esish from Isagenix. 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SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS- 08 BOOKS 353.65 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA DUES 273.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES EQUIPMBNT 158.63 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK PD360 SOF[WARE LICENSES 20,000.00 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SUPPLIES 200.01 SC01-1"S FOODS SUPPLIES 59222 SECURITY EQUIPMENT INC CAMERA INSTALLATION 483.00 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 8,300.08 SNAI DUES/FEES 50.00 SOCCER MASTER TEAM SALES SUPPLIES 4,648.00 SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON SUPPLIES 1,765.99 TAMS WITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY INC SUPPLIES 877.00 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 343.82 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EQUIIENT/SUPPLIES 397.37 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 2,123.07 TRANS IOWA CHARTERS SERVICES 2,950.00 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC COLLECTION FEE 163.20 TROPHIES PLU& INC AWARDS 653.12 UNITYPOINT AT HOME SERVICES 1,003.19 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA ARTS SHARE SUPPLIES 300.00 US GAMES SUPPLIES 339.90 VILLAGGIO SUPPLIES 97.00 VINYL STUDIO, THE SUPPLIES 887.45 WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE CO SUPPLIES o 5,318.00 WARREN COUNTY TREASURER TAXES 1,369.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 1,30922 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 28,314.50 WEX BANK FUEL 116.02 WOOD ROOFING SERVICES 10,000.00 WOODMAN CONTROLS SERVICES 3,016.86 WOODWARD-GRANGER COMM SCHOOLS TUITION 3 800.00 434,320.04 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CUMMING Regular Council Meeting 3/23/2015 To be Approved at 411 3/2015 Meeting The Regular City Council Meeting of the City of Cumming was held at Ted Lare Design Build, 2701 Cumming Ave. on Monday, Mamh 23, 2015. The Meeting was called to Order at 7:00 P.M. by Mayor Tom Becker. Present at Roll Call: Dave Chelsvig, Ed Harkin, Peggy Koch, Dino Goode, Jean Lare. Absent: None. Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Goode to Approve the Agenda. Ap- proved 5-0. Presentation: Jim Priebe from Warren County Conservation Board discussed plans for the bike trail. Park and ReD: Will bring a request to Council for funds needed for a merry-go- round. Spring event is being planned. Working on inventory and obtaining pop machine. Consent Items Motion made by Harkin, Seconded by Lare to approve Consent Items: 3/9115 Council Meeting Minutes, 2/3/15 Planning & Zoning Meeting Minutes, 3/6115 Calculation & Verification Journal, 3/20/15 Accts Payable Claims Report. Ap- proved 5-0. Expenditures: City Of Des Moines WRA payment 1,142.91 Clerk Wages 02/23/15 - 03/06/15 1,012.06 MidAmerican Energy Service 561.18 N/Warren Town & County News Public Heanng Notice 12.40 Skinner Law Office Pc February Legal Fees 941.00 US Bank Copier Lease 101.97 Veenstra & Kimm Inc Phase 2 Sewer Construction Services 15,310.55 .... PAID TOTAL ..... 19, 082.07 Action Items A. Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Harkin to approve the Plat of Survey for Davitt Century Farms LLC. Approved 5-0. B. Design Elements for Zoning Districts was discussed. C. Land Use Map was discussed. It will be sent back to P&Z for consider- ations. D. Motion made by Harkin, Seconded by Chelsvig to approve Resolution 2015-17 Set Date for a Public Hearing on Adoption of a new Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Map. Approved 5-0. E. MSA Professionals Scope of Services was discussed. F. Resolution 2015-15 Approving Easement for South Trunk Sewer Exten- sion - Phase 2 Project was tabled. G. Motion made by Goode, Seconded by Harkin to approve Resolution 2015-19 Authorizing Interna! Advance of Funds for Sewer Project. Approved 5- O. H. Motion made by Lare, Seconded by Koch to approve Resolution 2015- 20 Authorizing a Balance Transfer. Approved 5-0. L Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Koch to approve South Trunk Sewer Extension Phase 2 Amendment to Agreement for Professional Engineer- ing Services. Approved 5-0. J. The property located at 4301 Cumming Ave was discussed. K. Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Lare to approve Lawn Care bid from Eord Lawn and Paint. Approved 5-0. L Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Harkin to approve bid from Patava Concrete for caving parking lot and sidewalk to portable toilet. Approved 5-0. M. Motion made by Harkin. Seconded by Goode to approve bid from Conner Electric for new lighting in City Hail Approved 5-0. N. Strept Repairs on Blue Heron Circle were discussed. Clerk will contact Cry Engineer. O. iPads. Tablets were discussed. P. Motion made bv Lde. Seconeed by Koch to approve April 18L 2015 for Clean-be Days,/",pproveo 5-O. Feports Councik Jea.n will rn;et wi[h MidArnerican regarding landscaping foi" new sub- station. Clerk: Letter wiit be sept tc  36 N 29 '' St, regarding drainage ssue. Newsletter will be sent m early Apt; UPCOMING CiTY COLINCiL MEETING: April !3. 2015.7:00 pm at City Hall. Motion made Dv Lare. Seconded by Harkin to Adjourn at 9:29 pro. Approved 5- 0. Tom Bec.er. Mayor: Rachei!e Swisher, City ClerkJTreasurer In-Floor - Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" I (5005) 989-0106 SALES - SERVICE - REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL