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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 9, 2013 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District March 2013 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name DescdolJon Total A TO Z RENTAL CENTER EQUIPMENT RENTAL 26.25 A-TEC RECYCLING INC SUPPLIES 252.80 ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES SUPPLIES 330.00 ADVENTURE LIGHTING SUPPLIES 792.98 AED SUPERSTORE EQUIPMENT 233.84 AHLERS & COONEY. PC LEGAL SERVICES 715.50 AIRGAS USA. LLC SUPPLIES 309.95 ALLEN. MARV OFFICIATING 25000 AMES CSD SERVICES 1.470.75 APPLE INC EQUIPMENT 9fl31.00 ASBO INTERNATIONAL SERVICES 211.00 ASCD INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 39.00 ATS SPORTS SUPPLIES 2.t 19.72 AUGSPURGER. SEAN REFUND 4500 BALDWIN CONSTRUCTION UNLIMITED SERVICES 3.110.00 BAUER BUILT INC SERVICE -  2.905.42 BLICK ART MATERIALS ' SUPPLIES 22039 BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC SUPPLIES 189.00 BORTS CUSTOM CABINETS INC SERVICES 666.74 CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO EQUIPMENT 59.45 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES 1.686.80 CARSON-DELLOSA PUBLISHING CO BOOKS 27.30 CENTURYLINK " TELEPHONE 86.37 CIRCLE B CASHWAY SUPPLIES 32.88 CLAIMAID FEES 999.53 CLASSROOM DIRECT SUPPLIES 285.28 CLAVENNA. GEORGE OFFICIATING 95.00 COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS DUES/FEES 600.00 CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING SUPPLIES t27.70 DAN'S OVERHEAD DOORS & MORE SERVICES t .t89.50 DANG. LECHI SERVICES 308.46 DANIELS FILTER SERVICE SERVICES 4.064.68 DANNCO SUPPLIES 3.649.20 DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE COPIER LEASE 2.983.21 DEAF ACTION CENTER OF DES MOINES. INC SERVICES 585.00 DEAF SERVICES UNLIMITED SERVICES 170 00 DECKER SPORTING GOODS SUPPLIES 540900 DELL MARKETING LP COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 52349 DEMCO SUPPLIES 4554 DES MOtNES AREA COMMUNITY COLL EDUCATION 7402 72 DES MOINES iND CSD SP ED TUITION 17.649.00 DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA ADS 3.519 40 DES MOINES STAMP MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES 108.70 DES MOINES SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 48 00 DES MOINES THEATRICAL SHOP SUPPLIES 102.21 DIGITAL RIVER EDUCATION SERVICES. INC SUPPLIES 17.43638 DOLLAR GENERAL CORP SUPPLIES 20.00 DOWNHILL PUBLISHING SUPPLIES 599.99 DRIFTMIER CLINT REIMBURSEMENT 15.00 DRWE TEK LLC DRIVER ED INST SERVICES 2.415.00 OUAX. PATRICK SERVICES 292.50 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES. INC FOOD 1.076.80 ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES MISCELLAInEOUS 1.550.13 ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES CREDIT CARD 2.602.52 EUROSPORT SUPPLIES 685.61 EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC HVAC SERVICES 6.t87.98 FAN CLOTH PRODUCTS LLC SUPPLIES 2.357.30 FAREWAy STORES SUPPLIES 71927 FARRIS ENGINEERING ENGINEERING SERVICES 945.00 FASTENAL SUPPLIES 213.40 FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCH SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 16.019.62 FOLLETr LIBRARY RESOURCES TEXTBOOKS 1.699.86 G & D ELECTRIC INC SUPPLIES 185.00 GECRB/AMAZON SUPPLIES 969.21 GENESIS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 2.021.16 GEYER. TIM REIMBURSEMENT 42.28 GILMAN GEAR SUPPLIES 268.21 GINKENS. KIM REIMBURSEMENT t 19 00 GOLDSMITH. cony REIMBURSEMENT .347.30 GOLF TEAM PRODUCTS. INC SUPPLIES 1,04000 GRAPHIC EDGE. INC SUPPLIES 9.062.14 GRAYIBAR SUPPLIES 10060 GREATER DSM BOTANICAL GARDEN EDUCATION t 14.00 GUIDANCE GROUP. INC. THE SUPPLIES 50.85 HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC PARTS 877.90 HEARTLAND AEA 11 SERVICES 720.04 HINGL. JOE OFFICIATING 14250 HOBART SERVICE PARTS 741.05 HODZIC: iZUDIN OFFICIATING 95.00 HOYT. BRAD REFUND 25.00 HUDL SUPPLIES 39000 IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE 59.00 INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT DUES/FEES 95.00 INDIANOLA COMM SCHOOL DIST SERVICES 1 470.75 INSTRUMENTALIST PRODUCTS CO. THE SUPPLIES 129.00 INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS REIMBURSEMENT 1.470.75 INTERSTATE ALL BATrERY CENTER SUPPLIES 383.54 INTERSTATE MUSIC BAND SUPPLIES 1.323.04 INTERSTATE POWER SYSTEMS SERVICE 1.313.65 IOWA AEYC REGISTRATION 70.00 IOWA ASSN SCHOOL BUS OFFICIAL REGISTRATION 381.00 " IOWA BANDMASTERS ASSN. INC DUES/FEES 224.00 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVICES . 566.14 IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID 10.764.72 IOWA GIRLS HS ATHLETIC UNION FEES 12 10 IOWA HEALTH HOME CARE SERVICES 2.096.85 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC DUES 20000 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSN DUES 22.00 IOWA MS. INC PARTS SUPPLIES :247.00 IOWA'ONE CALL ULTILITY SERVICES 92.80 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES 1.223.20 IOWA SCHOOL NURSE ORGANIZATION REGISTRATION 105.00 IOWA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION REGISTRATION 150.00 IOWA SUN CONTROL SERVICES 1.121.98 JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC SUPPLIES , 86.50 JJ DESIGNS SUPPLIES 160.00 JOHNSON. DON OFFICIATING 95.00 JOHNSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST SERVICES 9000 JOSTENS SUPPLIES 11.04 JW PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES 497.77 KARIMI. SAEED OFFICIATING 95.00 KIM RUETER CO REIMBURSEMENT 841 63 KING'S POINTE LODGING 2.870.30 KIN/CAN GLASS SERVICES 81.32 KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC SERVICES 283.00 LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 1.593.90 LARSEN. KARRIE SUPPLIES 70.00 LASER RESOURCES EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE 3.415.16 LEARNING POST. THE SUPPLIES 695.03 LOI:FREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO NC FOOD 5.298.26 MAGID GLOVE & SAFETY MFG CO. LLC SUPPLIES 76.20 MAILBOX. THE SUBSCRIPTION 2995 MARTINEZ. RODNEY REIMBURSEMENT 199.99 MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES TEXTBOOKS 2.374.27 MENARDS-CLIVE SUPPLIES 14.94 MENARDS-DES MOINES SUPPLIES 533.42 MERCY COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES TUITION 1.000.00 MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES 40.00 MID AMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICAL SERVICE 40.664.49 MULLINS. JOHN OFFICIATING 142.50 NASSPINASC DUES 95.00 NASSP/NHS/NJHS SERVICE 85.00 NEBRASKA EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DUES/FEES 375.00 ASSN NIKL. JOLENE OFFICIATING 95.00 NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS SERVICE 223.20 NORWALK COLLISION CENTER SERVICES 2.171.70 NORWALK CSD CASH-HS pETTY CASH 80.99 NORWALK CSD CASH-LAKE-WOOD PETTY CASH 47.34 NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY PARTS & SUPPLIES 561.48 NORWALK. CITY OF WATER/SEWER SERVICE 21.418.58 NPC. INTERNATIONAL FOOD 20.00 O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY. INC SERVICES 332.00 O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC MISC PARTS 216.81 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES  1.558.46 OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC SUPPLIES 62.04 ON-SITE INFORMATION DESTRUCTION SERVICES 377.28 OVIERBERG. ZACH OFFICIATING 95.00 PAPER CORPORATION. THE SUPPLIES 19.904.00 PBS DISTRIBUTION. LLC SUPPLIES 2874 PEARSON. TODD REFUND 25.00 PITNEY SOWES INC SERVICE 180.00 PITSCO SUPPLIES 217.78 PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY S'PPLIES 14 57 POINDEXTER FLOORING INC SERVICES 811.00 POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES 333.52 PORTER. JOSHUA OFFICIATING 95.00 RAHIC. NIHAT OFFICIATING 95.00 RALLY APPRAISAL. LLC SERVICES 2.800.00 RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 79040 REALLY GOOD STUFF INC SUPPLIES 499.42 REALLY GREAT READING SUPPLIES 1 094.80 RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES 685 48 ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY DAIRY PRODUCTS 6641.49 SCHMITZ. BRANDON REIMSURSEMENT 19200 SCHOLASTIC INC CLASSROOM SUPPLIES 173 47 SCHOOL OUTFITTERS EQUIPMENT 356.02 SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 173.09 SCHOOL STUFF SCROOL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 432.00 SCHWICHTENBERG. JOEL OFFICIATING 9500 SCOTT'S FOODS SUPPLIES 263 14 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 7 485 97 SlNANOVIC NASER OFFICIATING 950(3 SMITH'S SEWER SERVICE INC CONSTRUCTION 422 50 SOCCER MASTER TEAM SALES SUPPLIES 2150 00 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 143 67 SOCIAL THINKING SUPPLIES 221.38 SOLUTION TREE SUPPLIES 14467.00 STAPLEFORD KEVIN OFFICIATING 9500 TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP SUPPLIES 50.94 TEACHER'S DISCOVERY SUPPLIES 104.19 THERAPY SBOPPE INC EI UCATIONAL SUPPLIES 28.46 THOMAS SUS SALES OF IOWA INC EC]UIPMENT/SUPPLIES 420.84 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 736.28 TIM HILDRETH COMPANY INC REPAIRS  802.88 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC FEE COLLECTION 176.75 TWO RIVERS GROUP. INC MS SOILER.q'OWER PROJ 29687.50 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES INC SERVICES 1.12000 UNIVERSAL MERCANTILI EXCHANGE SUPPLIES 56.00 US TOY CO/CONSTRUCTIVE PLAYTHINGS SUPPLIES 876.89 VAN METER CSO DE TUITION 1.470.75 VITAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS SUPPLIES 1 41720 WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE CO SUPPLIES ' 5.495.62 WARD. KIM REIMBURSEMENT 356.86 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 1.967.23 WAUKEE COMMUNffY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT TUITION 2.94150 WEBER. CHRISTOPHER OFFICIAL 95.00 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH D/ST SERVICE 7.B41).59 WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITION SUPPLIES 31060.60 WINTERSET COMMUNITY SCHOOL ENTRY FEEE S5.00 WOODROOFING ZELAYA. HECTOR SERVICES 2.463.57 OFFICIATING 95.00 409.793.53 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session April 29, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, Tom Phillips, Deb Hobbs, George Meinecke, and Rick Kaul. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: *Approved constructing a resolution addressing the referendum on gam- bling in Warren County and the proposed casino project. *Approved a "Resolution Regarding the Building of a Casino Within the Bor- ders of the Norwalk Community School District" ,The meeting was adjourned at 9:45 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des M0ines 2254842 Open Tuesday- Friday 11 a.m. - close Saturday, 4 p.m. - close *Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner Buffet *Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.. 1:30 p.m. New items available on lunch menu/ SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. April 25 Sex abuse investigation, 13-year-old female from Warren County. April 26 13000 block of Gear Street, officer initiated in- vestigation, possible im- personation of a police of- ricer. A__pril 27 Sheri Cunningham, ru- ral Warren County, report- ed theft of mailbox. A__pril 29 4900 block of North 50th Street, Cumming, abandoned burned vehicle reported. ACCIDENTS February 20- 9:15 a.m.: Vehicle 1, driven by Ken- neth Bosteder, 30, Indiano- la, his tractor trailer com- bination was eastbound; vehicle 2, Andres Montes, 25, Indianola. Montes' tire repair utility truck was northbound, approaching intersection and stop sign, failed to yield for stop sign and was struck by Bosted- er's passenger side rear trailer tires. April 8 - 7:15 a.m.: Danny Sheets, 63, Indiano- la, was slowly approach- ing the intersection of R-57 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION COUNTY NAME: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING / CO NO: Warren I "i AMENDMENT OF CURRENT COUNTY BUDGEIr 9t The County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on the proposed amendment to the current County budget as follows: IMeeting Date: IMeeting Time: I Meeting Lcatin: " I May 21, 2013 I 10:00 am ISupervisors Board Room, 301 N Buxton, Indianola At the public hearing any resident or taxpayer may present objections to, or arguments in favor of, the proposed amendment. An approved budget amendment is required in order to permit increases in any class of expenditures as last certified or last amended. I County Telephone No.: (515) 961-1020 Iowa Department of Management Form 653 A-R Sheet 1 of 2 (Publish) (revised 04/30/12) REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Taxes Levied on Property 1 Less: Uncollected Delinquent Taxes - Levy Year 2 Less: Credits to Taxpayers Net Current Property Taxes Delinquent Property Tax Revenue Penalties, Interest & Costs on Taxes Other County Taxes/TIF Tax Revenues Intergovernmental For Fiscal Year Ending: Licenses & Permits 6/30/201 31 Charges for Service Use of Money & Property Miscellaneous Total Budget as Certified or Last Amended Subtotal Revenues Other Financing Sources: General Lonl-Term Debt Proceeds Operating Transfers In Proceeds of Fixed Asset Sales Total Revenues & Other Sources EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES Operating: Public Safety & Legal Services Physical Health & Social Services Mental Health, MR & DD County Environment & Education Roads & Transportation Proposed Current Amendment Government Services to Residents Administration Nonprogram Current Debt Service Capital Projects Subtotal Expenditures Other Financing Uses: Operating Transfers Out Refunded DebUPayments to Escrow Total Expenditures & Other Uses Excess of Revenues & Other Sources over (under) Expenditures & Other Uses Beginninl Fund Balance - July 1, Increase (Decrease) in Reserves (GAAP Budnetinl ) Fund Balance - Nonspendable Fund Balance - Restricted Total Budget After Current Amendment 12,335,843 12,335,843 5,750 5,750 337,487 337,487 11,992,606 0 11,992,606 3 4 5 6 145,000 145,000 7 435,880 435,880 8 11,334,055 (280,080 11,053,975 9 45,300 45,300 10 '1,199,175 1,199,175 4,850 4,850 11 79580 79,580 12 473,727 19,500 493,227 13 25,710,173 (260,580) 25,449,593 14 0 0 15 2,924,298" 20,000 2,944,296 16 7,000 7,000 17 28,641,471 (240,580 28,400,891 18 4,553,077 50,000 4,603,077 19 3,287,983 144,410 3,432,393 20 4,539,567 4,539,567 21 1,263,426 1,650 1,265,076 22 6,471,323 205,000 6,676,323 23 818,396 33,700 852,096 24 25 26 46,350 46,350 27 2,154,662 (20,000) 2,134,662 28 25,869,732 363,860 26,253,592 29 2,924,298 20,000 2,944,298 30 0 31 28,794,030 403,860 29,197,890 32 (152,559 (644,440) (796,999 33 8,383,486 8,383,486 34 0 35 O 36 O 37 0 38 1,665,660 (195,000) 1,470,660 39 (449,440) 40 (644,440) 2,717,167 (30,900 2,686,267 17,781 17,781 6,565,267 6,115,827 8,230,927 7,586,487 Fund Balance - Committed Fund Balance - Assigned Fund Balance - Unassigned Total Endin Fund Balance - June 30, Explanation of changes: Line 8 decrease due to SW Connector reimbursements delayed Line 12 and 24 increase for insurance reimbursement and costs for water damage in Courthouse Line 16 increase for Sheriff cameras and vehicles, prisoner care and housing Line 18 and 19 moved the juvenile care at Toledo home from line 18 to line 19 Line 22 increase for equipment operations costs for secondary roads and purchase of satelite equipment building Line 23 increase for general and other election costs Line 38 reduced assigned fund balance for purchase of satelite equipment building I and G-14 Highway. A un- affected vehicle had just pulled through the inter- section and Sheets was ap- proaching the stop sign when his truck was struck in the rear by vehicle driv- en by Beverly Petterman, 47, Indianola. Petterman was stopped behind Sheets waiting her turn to advance. Vehicle #3, driv- en by Deitra McCrory, 47, Indianola, approached the intersection from the south, driving too fast for the conditions and did not see Petterman until her car struck the back end of Pet- terman's vehicle. McCro- ry's vehicle then left the roadway, drove through the east ditch and came to rest on a culvert facing northeast. After Petterman was struck from behind by McCrory, Petterman was forced forward into the back of Sheets. April 24 - 8:58 p.m.: Vehicle driven by James Bahr, 66, Norwalk, was traveling eastbound in the 3800 block of Clarke Street and swerved to avoid deer crossing roadway and en- tered north ditch area striking tree and overturn- ing. April 26 - 12:36 a.m.: Vehicle driven by Douglas Terry, 55, West Des Moines, hit a deer causing front end and passenger side damage; no injuries. April 27 - 2:00 a.m.: Vehicle driven by James Crawford, 19, Indianola, took a vehicle without per- mission, went off onto north shoulder then over- corrected, losing control and overturning into south ditch. Driver was arrested for OWI. April 28 - 11:10 a.m.: Vehicle driven by Conrad Loupee, 64, Reasnor, was driving Eastbound on State Highway 92 when his right front tire blew, lost control of his truck, struck a stop sign at the intersection of R-45 and Hwy 92, then went down into the south ditch East of the intersection. Driver was not injured and the truck was drivable from the scene. In music, a 1/e4 note is also called a "hemidemisemiquaver." LIBRARY' HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (M00mo00 D00y-L0000,r