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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 16, 2011 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING 6/02/11 The Regular City Council Meeting of the Norwalk City Council was held at the Norwalk Easter Public Library, 1051 North Avenue, on Thursday, June 2, 2011. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 P.M. by Mayor Doug Pierce. Those present at roll call were Dave Murillo, James Thayer, Frank Curtis and Mike Leto. Absent: Eric Delker. 11 - 145 Motion by Leto and seconded by Thayer to approve the Agenda. Ap- proved 4-0. Ayes: Mud,o, Thayer, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. 11-146 Motion by Leto and seconded by Thayer to approve the Minutes of the May 19, 2011 Regular Council meeting and the May 26, 2011 Special Coun- cil meeting. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Mudllo, Thayer, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. 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 abatement; liquor license renewal for Coun- tryside Golf Course and Party before the Works and expenditures: ADVENTURES IN AD ALL MED BERGSTROM CONST BLACK HELMET TRAIN BLUE CROSS BOBS TROPHIES BOONE GLASS CAPITAL SAN SUPPLY CARPENTER UNIF CENTRAL IAEMS DIN CITY BRAKE &'IMPORT CLAYS PUMP & EQUIP CLEAN CUT TREE SVC COAST TO COAST SOL COMM SOLUTIONS CONST & AGGREGATE CONT FIRE SPRINKLER CONTRACT SPECIALTY DATAMAX APPLIED TECH DES MOINES IRON D M WATER WORKS DEVRIES EQUIPMENT DUNN ELECTRONIC ENG FARNER-BOCKEN FASTENAL FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE G & L CLOTHING ,GATOR EXCAVATING ROTSY CLEANING SYS ILLINOIS FIRE STORE INDOFF IA ASSOC OF SCHOOL IOWA HEALTH SYSTEM IOWA TIRE JAMES OIL CO JENSEN BUILDERS KIM WETZEL KOCH BROTHERS KUEHL, NANCY L A FULTON & SONS LARUE DISTRIBUTING LORENE PERKINS MARK STUCHEL ~ MARSHA MAPES MARTENSDALE ST MARYS MARTIN BROTHERS MATHESON LINWELD MCCLURE ENGINEERING MEDIACOM MEDIACOM MEDICAP PHARMACY MENARDS MIDAMERICAN ENERGY MIDWEST MINIMELTS - MIDWEST WHEF-J-.. ;: .. MUNICIPAL SUPPLy NIKKEL & ASSOCI/~TES N WAR TOWN & CTY NORTHLAND NORWALK READY MIX OFFICE SYSTEMS DIV OLYMPIC COMPANIES OPTOMETRIC ASSOC PITNEY BOWES PLUMB SUPPLY POOL TECH RA SNYDER SAFETY-KLEEN SENECA COMPANIES SNYDER & ASSOC SPOWF SUPPLY GROUP TAMMY SODA GOOD D M REGISTER TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES TYLER TECHNOLOGIES U S ERECTORS UNITED RENTALS " URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL VAN MAANEN ELECTRIC VAN SITTERT PLUMBING VETTER EQUIPMENT WAL-MART STORES ZIEGLER GRAND TOTAL CLOTH ALLOW $42.00 MED SUPPLIES $2,343.70 CITY HALL $27,212.75 EDU/TRNG $200.00 REFUND $307.50 PLATES $119.35 CITY HALL $11,291.28 SUPPLIES $1,120.50 UNIF ALLOW $301.54 2011 DUES $50.00 REPAIR 127 $382.08 P W FACILITY $78,935.00 WINDFLOWER $1,325.00 OPEN SUPPLIES $320.79 TELECOM $119,00 EQUIPMENT $66.07 P W FACILITY $40,379.75 PARKS $160.41 TELECOM $1,123.60 EQUIPMENT $8,007.01 DMWW $1,435.06 DEVRIES EQUIP $1,248;10 PUBLIC WORKS $98.00 RENTAL $91,95 CONCESSIONS $105.95 KEY CABINET $89.23 CITY HALL $1,230.00 CLOTH ALLOW $51.21 CITY HALL $50,135.30 VEHICLE REPAIR $1,227.68 EQUIPMENT $14,357.99 SUPPLIES $1,259.10 OFC SUPPLIES $71.86 EDU/TRAINING $75.00 HEARING TESTS $225.80 MOWER REPAIR $138.19 FUEL $13,230.32 CITY HALL $145,160.29 REFUND $20.00 SUPPLIES $194.29 REIMBURSE $87.38 P W FACILITY $25.760.20 MEETING/CONF $101.56 REFUND $20.00 ~-" EQUIPMENT " - : $2,500.00 ZUMBA CLASSES $1,347.25 COMPLEX RENTAL $105.00 EQUIPMENT $1,710.80 SUPPLIES $26.40 COLONIAL PKWY ' $70.20 TELECOM $139.95 TELECOM $82.56 MED SUPPLIES $48.50 EQUIPMENT $346.28 UTILITIES $14,403.77 CONCESSIONS $1,662.50 MOWER REPAIR $2.16 SUPPLIES $1,132.95 P W FACILITY $5,813.61 PUBLICATION $808.35 EQUIPMENT $5,172.17 LIMESTONE $2,209.75 BLDG MAINT $1,212.00 P W FACILITY $5,039.75 GLASSES $500.00 RENTAL $650.00 MINOR EQUIP $31.45 POOL TECH $3,422.90 SWITCH RENTAL $250.00 SUPPLIES $65.00 I NSTALLATION $6,172.51 SNYDER & ASSOC $428.52 SUPPLIES $1,503.81 REFUND $2O.00 SUBSCRIPTION $24.93 EQUIPMENT $334.22 SUPPORT $115.00 P W FAClUTY $9,124.75 SUPPLIES $308.58 ANNUAL FEE $1,000.00 CITY HALL $74,785.90 CITY HALL $60,116.95 MOWER REPAIR $132.12 SUPPLIES $246.69 EQUIPMENT $23,775.19 $657,073.46 11-147 Motion by Thayer and seconded by Murillo to approve the Consent Agenda. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. The next item on the Agenda is a proposed Ordinance providing for increased water rates and increased sewer rates, and amending section 13.180050(B) and 13.04.391 of the Norwalk Municipal. The proposed Ordinance will remain tabled. (tabled 4-21-11) 11-148 Motion by Let(> and seconded by Murillo to pass a proposed Ordi- nance amending sections 110.09 and 111.10 Norwalk Municipal Code re- garding natural gas aqd electric franchises. The proposed Ordinance amendment changes the word "tax" to the word "fee". It does not imple- memt a franchise fee. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto: Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. (second readina~ 11-149 Motion by Curtis and seconded by Thayer to adopt a Resolution alp proving an amendment to the City of Norwalk Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Map. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. NayeS: none. Absent: Delker. (Resolution #0602-11-64) 11 -i 50 Motion by Thayer and seconded by Curtis to pass a proposed Ordi- nance amending the City of Norwalk zoning map by rezoning certain prop- erty from tC, C-O and C-2 to P.U.D. and to adopt the master Plan and estab- lish rules and regulations and guidelines for the development of the Hol- land Planned Unit Development. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. {first reading) 11-151 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to adopt a Resolution approv- ing the Preliminary Plat for the CCF Industrial Commerce Park Subdivi- sion. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Mudllo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. (Resolution #0602-11-65) Mayor Pieme opened and closed the Public Hearing. 11-152 Motion by Thayer and seconded by Mudllo to adopt a Resolution award- ing Construction Contract to S.J. Louis Construction, in an amount not to exceed $1,331,857, for the SETrunk sewer project, this is a $7,500 increase from the original bid because of an extension error within the bid. Ap- proved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Ab- sent: Delker. (Resolution #0602-11-66) 11-153 Motion by Curtis and seconded by Thayer to adopt a Resolution alP proving construction Contract & Bond for the SE Trunk Sewer project. Approved 4-0. Ayes: MurUlo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. :~- := # - 1- 11-154 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Thayer to adopt a Resolution alP proving change request No. CR-015 with Olympic Companies, Inc. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. (Resolution #0602-11-68~ 11-155 Motion by Curtis and seconded by Leto to table a proposed Resolu- tion approving change request No. CR-016 with L.A. Fulton & Sons and requesting staff meet with the engineer and construction manager con- cerning the cost of the change order. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Absent: Delker. The next item on the Agenda is approval of the new Public Works Foreman position job description and pay rate will remain tabled. (tabled 3-3-11) The next item on the Agenda is approval of a bid from Story Construction to renovate the Norwalk Sports Complex Concession area will remain tabled. (tabled 5-19-11) The next item on the Agenda is the agreement between the City of Norwalk and Lund Fire Protection in relation to building plan review. The proposed agreement only pertains to commercial construction. A copy of the proposed contract will be presented at a future meeting. 11-156 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to adjourn the meeting. Ap- proved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo. Thayer, Delker, Curtis and Leto. Nayes: none. Ab- sent: Delker. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Minutes to be approved at the June 20; 2011 meeting June 7, 2011 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. at 9:35 a.m. with all members present. The following business was had to-wit: All in attendance recited the Pledge of Allegiance. SIMPLE MOTION by Steve Wilson, seconded by Dean Yordi to approve claims and fringes, minutes from May 17, and special meeting minutes from May 17, 2011, and the consent agenda. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT ..... - , '-'-~' '-~"'" ,'June 7, 2011 ~ ~ ..... ADAMS, MADELINE _ MAY 2011 "REIMBURSEMENT 1,276.61 ALLIANT ENERGkt' ' " CLNT UTIL/MNTH CHRGS MULl 282.43 AMERICAN BUSINESS PHONES MAINT/SUPPORT PLAN 536.25 ANDREW, MEGAN NONTAXABLE OVERNITE MLS REIMB 16.72 ~UM:CF~SE]:MCESNC SERVICES/4 INVOICES 185.15 ARC SUPPLIES 704.37 AUBERTTOWlNG/TIM NELSON TOWING/STORAGE 1,450.00 B2BCCtvIRJfE~LLC LICENSE 196.57 ~RE}-IN:E)W&~ CLIENT RENT 370.00 BB&~~~ CLIENT MORTGAGE PYMT 500.00 BENEDICT HOME 2 CLIENTS RENT 860.00 BLOOM ACCOUNT CLIENT RENT 450.00 B3RSr~SBRvIQ~LLC MAY 2011 REIMBURSEMENT 1,040.56 BOWLIN, EMMALEE MILEAGE 6/18 - 5/27 31.50 BOWLSBY LAWSON, BETFY MARCH ADVOCATE EXPENSES 397.09 ~111, ~W1LLIAM MAY SVCS 595.21 BROADLAWNS MEDICAL CNTR CLIENT SVCS 4,121.00 BRUENING ROCK PRODUCTS ROCK 84,947.47 BURGIN, F CRAIG SERVICE/FORD ESCAPE 85.00 BURKE, JOSEPH P. MAY 2011 MLG REIMB 220.74 C,N.J'EToN-B.FiP~&ASSOCINC PROF SVCS/APR 17-MAY 14, 2011 2,825.11 ~~SUROLYOOINC. S U PP LIES ~CITY~INC SUPPLIES CAPSTONE BEHAVIORAL CLIENT SVCS CARDIAC SCIENCE CORP. SUPPLIES CARLISLE CITIZEN, THE BD/PBL HRNG NTCS CARLISLE, CITY OF CLNT UTIL CARPENTER UNIFORM UNIFORMS CCMS APR CNSM/SEMINAR REG CEDAR RAPIDS, CITY OF CLIENT BUS PASS/JUNE CERTIFIED POWER INC PARTS O-ID,N~ISE~ APRIL 2011 REIMBURSEMENT CHRISI3AN~CI~IB:iCLI E NTS SVCS CHUMBLEY & JONES OIL CO CLIENTS FUEL CINTAS FAS LOCKBOX636525 SUPPLIES CIRCLE B CASHWAY SUPPLIES CITY STATE BANK JUNE 2011 P & I ~ COUN'W PUBJC HEALTH ~ FE]k~& ~ E~P Q.PR~~N SERVICE ~&F/WI.Y~ CLIENT SERVICES COONEY DDS, THOMAS CLIENT SVCS COONEY, TERESA PSTG REIMB COPY PLUS STAMPS/SHP CHRG COX, MAHALA FUEL REIMB DAUGHERTY, JULIE OVEWNITE MLG & EXPENSES REIMB DAVIS CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE NOTICE SERVED/JVJV004028 DAY-TIMERS INC SUPPLIES DENVER FINDLEY & SON INC ROCK HAULING DES MOINES, CITY OF AMBULANCE SVCS DEVAULT, JODENE SUPPLIES REIMB DIERKING, KRISTI MILEAGE 5/20 - 5/25 DIGITAL RESIDENCE C.H. AUDIONIDEO CLIENT SVCS DOWNEY TIRE SERVICE SERVICES DUTTON-IOWA LLC CLIENT RENT EFM INC ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES ELECTRONIC ENGINEERINGLINE RENTAL/MIC/LIC EMBARK IT INC MAP PRNT PPR/SVC ~~ COati F~D SVCS FORWARRE~q CO EYEFI3q~U.~IVENI~H S E RVIC E S FAREWAY STORES INC CLIENT FOOD FARM PLAN PARTS FASTENAL COMPANY SUPPLIES FENSTERMAN, KATHY REIMB GRAVE MARKERS/FLAGS FOLKESTAD, ROBERT K OVERNITE EXPENSES REIMB FORGET, NORMAN CLIENT RENT FOUCHE, MERRIE OVERNITE MEALS REIMB ~ RRSTA[)& SP~ETY LLC SUPPLIES 935.39 220.00 123.50 106.00 780.01 459.05 198.84 1,740.00 24.00 1,784.27 2,358.65 1,295.44 109.99 27.87 160.70 1,290.63 286.74 222.67 2,849.00 220.00 7.95 87.63 86.51 518.93 28.00 34.94 56;369.70 260.40 2,924.00 144.90 1,492.12 279.01 16.79 500.00 25.00 252.95 1,295.64 135OO0 17,204.75 40.00 372.44 19.77 115.75 214.13 500.00 12.60 42.10 GEBHART, ROBERT S REIMB FUEL/MATRON MEALS 84.34 GENESIS DEVELOPMENT APRIL 2011 CLIENT SVCS 594.17 GEI~ESIS~ASSOCLLC CLIENT SVCS/#51400 264.00 ---- = -- PRODUCTS 629.00 GOLDEN, DUANE L. A[TY FEES 90.00 GOODHUE REALTY CLIENT RENT 460.00 GRAINGER SUPPLIES 32.11 GRATIASlNVESTICV~ONSINC NOTICE SERVED/JVJV004022100.00 ~~~CENTEFI MULCH 108.00 GREUBEL*, JOHN T CLIENT RENT 410.00 HANDICAP VILLAGE CLIENT SVCS 1.060.40 HARRIS, JULIE MLG & PARKING REIMB 51.15 ~- -~ - MTHLY MEAL SITE CHGS 4,017.22 HOHANSHELT, SARAH MAY 2011 MLG REIMB 26.91 HONEYWELL HUM MED LLC FEES 150.00 HUTCHISON, PEG MLG REIMB 25.92 I-I~P~I~~ RECBVABLE CLIENTS RX MULTI/SPLS 9,002.33 IA DEPT HUMAN SERVflCF-M CLIENT SVCS 53,431.60 IACCVA FY2011-2012 DUES 50.00 IDNR CERTF REY4~ BAKEFI& C ~ 120.00 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS FEB-MAY CHGS 831.01 ILLOWACOMMUNICATIONS HEADSET SYSTEM REPAIR 339.00 IMAGETEK INC PROF SVCS 28.75 IN~RRE~ AMBULANCE SVC 311.15 INDIANOLA, CITY OF CLIENTS UTILITIES 529.26 INDOFF INC. PAPER/SPLS 1,189.86 INFOMAXOFRCESYSTIgvE~INC EQUIP CONTRACT 52.68 NSriTLITE OFIONa~CB=ffl=IB)AS REGIS FE]~B R3WE]:ISd ~ 1~4~00 ION~OOUNW~ REGIS FEE/P GLASCOCK 70.00 IOWA HEALTH PHYSICIANS CLIENT SVCS 88.32 "- " =--" -.:- ~ TRAINING/LLEWELLYN 275.00 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES VEH DECALS 368.06 IOWA RADIOLOGY CLIENT SVCS 30.60 I SAC SUMMERWORKSHOP/P GLASCOCK 50.00 ISU EXTENSION MAPJAPR '11 FEES 16,036.97 J P COOKE COMPANY REPAIR 255.50 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLCDIESEL 50,868.08 JEFFERSON PLAZA RENT 6/15 - 7/14 4,248.60 JENSEN, SHELLY SUPPLIES REIMB 17.99 JLB PROPERTIES. CLIENT RENT 525.00 JO'S HALLMARK SUPPLIES 12.36 K & C APARTMENTS CLIENTS RENT 820.00 KB ELECTRIC C.H.AUDIONIDEO ELECTRICALWK 2,300.00 I~-YSTONE ~ES INC LAGOON SAMPLING 42.40 KOVACEVICH, MARY MAY 2011 REIMBURSEMENT 821.51 KREISERS INC SERVICE 211.24 KWB ENTERTAINMENT INCSUPPLIES 2,656.52 LA BLANC, DESIREE APRIL 2011 REIMBURSEMENT65.00 LAWRENCE, PAUL MILEAGE/TRANSPORT CLIENT24.30 LEE, BRENDA KAY MATRON HRS 79.75 ~OCIvM,NWSB:MCE~ CLIENTS SVCS 122.83 LUTHERAN SERVICES IN IOWA MAR2011 NEWPARENTPROGEXP 723822 LUTZ PHARMACY CLIENTS'RX 3,555.80 M & M SALES COMPANY MTHLY CONTRACT CHGS 143.20 MADISON COUNTY REIMBURSEMENTS 1,288.95 -- :-'-- "-~ -- SERVICES 2,930.17 MAIL SERVICES LLC SERVICES 1,338.39 !. "'- a:--SUPPLIES 73.57 MCCOY SANITATION CORPMAY 2011 SVCS 122.50 MCCOY TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 515.39 MCKENZIE, RUSTY MLG REIMB 34.68 MENARDS - DES MOINES SUPPLIES 364.86 MERCY CLINICS INC SERVICES 626.00 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY UTILITIES 2,617.06 MITCHELL DAVID MLG REIMB 63.00 - "" .-' ~ ----, - --" .: MAY2011 RISING STAR REIMB 802.34 MORRISON RN. PAM MED EXMNR SV~ASE 11-91-0(~4 192.76 NEW VIRGINIA, CITY OFST CONST MONEY-FY/1-1 2;469.52 ,N~IELSEhJL~}~A.~N~_ ....... .:~EAC'~/~C,'~/-P-15 ~i~' ~'~"~ r.;~rt ~1~hlt~5 .... - =- - -- - -- PUBLICATIONS 1,979.18 NORWALK PUBLIC LIBRARY BDADMN EXPENSES FOR APP~'11' 393.84 ~~I~C PARTS 1,877.35 OFFICEMAX INC SUPPLIES 970.83 OIVEP3E~:~ESSPOUCESUPPLY UNIFORM EQUIP 716.93 ORCHARD PLACE APRIL 2011YTH MNTL HLTH PROG 3,605.10 PAGE COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE 4/14, 4/15 34.00 RN:~LI.S~ HNJSI~&Q.,N:I~R.C ATTY FEES 264.00 PARTNERS IN FAMILY MAR 2011 GR PAR ED 7,768.66 ~FOR~I~IC CLIENT SVCS 1,611.69 PETERSON, KEN MILEAGE/TRANSPORT CLIENT40.27 PHILLIPS, AMANDA MILEAGE 4/26 - 5/31 173.25 PITNEY BOWES INC.* MTHLY RENTAL CHGS 929.00 PLAK SMACKER SUPPLIES 1,291.32 POLKCOSHERIFF'SOFFICENOTICE SERVED 40.10 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR CLIENT SVCS FEB-MAR-APR 1,454.76 PRECISION WINDOW TINTSERVICE 210.00 PREVENTION~EPTSINC JAN-MAR2011AILSPALSEXPENSES 692.27 PROMOTIONS PLUS LLC SUPPLIES/PUBLIC EDUCATION 1,458.27 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 443.26 QWEST 91 t/DBASE/MSAG/INT/PH 2,035.22 RACOM CORPORATION SUPPLIES 349.00 RENEWEGY LLC ~PFEX~PMT/50=/o~ 30,000.00 RINKER, JANINE SVCS/SMAC 111846 59.50 ROE, BEVERLY CLIENT RENT 290.00 SAXTON INC 5H FILE 176.65 SCHILDBERG CONST CO ~ 1782 & 2011-DMAYCI-IC~49,535.00 SCHRADER, DEBRA APRIL2011 D{RECTOR ~ REIMB 134.56 SECURITY EQUIPMENT INC CONTRACT SVCS 92.85 SENECA COMPANIES PARTS 739.26 SIEFKEN, SARAH MILEAGE/TRAINING 105.00 SIOUX SALES COMPANY NAME PLATE/PIN 23.90 SIVERTSEN, MOLLY MAY 2011 SERVICES 488.12 SNYDER, STEVE SUPPLIES REIMB 150.00 SOU3"H CENTRALYOUTH &OUTREACH SVCS FOR APRIL 2011 537.84 : r - = -.-;; -- COMPUTER/SPLS 2,101.82 -" -" -'--,' , - " "-" =-- TRANSPORTATION SVCS 209.92 SPENCER ~ MGM'r U.C CLIENT RENT 275.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE SUPPLIES 120.09 STURSMA, BETSY MILEAGE 4/21 - 5/18 251.10 SUPER 8 MOTEL CLIENT SERVICE 77.26 ~C(XI=W~ ----" -'~ :.' -- :-_ : 310.36 SYDION SOFTWARE LICENSES 18,030.00 TEAM SERVICES INC APRIL2011 SVCS/WlNDTURBINE 414.84 TOWNSEND, JENNIFER MILEAGE/TRAINING 119.65 TRANS IOWA LC CLtENTTRANSPORTATION 259.00 TREASURER STATE OF IOWA MT PLEASANT SVCS 3,016.78 US CELLULAR SERVICES 1,690.76 USPOS'g~_SEFMCE~ POSTAGE 3/4 - 5/18 1,042.41 USDA-RD CLIENT MORTGAGE PYMT 474.28 VANDERUNDENAUTOMOTIVE VEH SVC/REPAIR 315.85 VANDERPOOLPLMBG&HTG MAY2011 SERVICECHGS 327.00 VAULTMULTIMEDIA.COM :APRIL'11'MTI-LYWEBHOSTINGEXP 35.00 VERIZON WIRELESS :MTHLY CELL CHGS 1,946.68 WAL-MART ~UNITY BRC SUPPLIES 19.70 V~FRENOOHIS'R3RC/~SOCE"W YEARLY CO CONTRIBUTION 765.00 ~- ~ I -~-' ~,~ - APRIL 2011 CCNC EXP REIMB1,093.02 WARREN COUNTY'TTEASLD LONG DIST CALLS/MARCH-APRIL 150.91 WARRENCOUNTYTREASURER APRIEBASIC PH CHGS 650.00 WE LIFT % TRINITY UNITED APRIL 2011 REIMBURSEMENT 958.20 WELLS, BARBARA J LAWN CARE 105.00 WEST PAYMENT CENTER : MATERIAL CHGS 2,371.32 WlEGERT DISPOSAL INC " MAY 2011 SVCS 205.00 WILLIS, MICHELLE D MATRON HRS 5/9, 5/19, 5/25 142.00 WINDFLOWER PARK APTS CLIENT RENT 320.00 ~~ RADIO/GEL LINE SVC 694.17 Concluded p,ll i .