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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 11, 2013 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District June 2013 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name DescrioSon A-TEC RECYCLING INC SUPPLIES ABRA IA NORWALK SERVICES ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES SUPPLIES ACUN/~ RONALD L OFFICIATING ADVENTURE LIGHTING SUPPLIES AED SUPERSTORE EQUIPMENT AGR/LAND FS_ INC SUPPLIES ANLERS & COONEY. PC LEGAL SERVICES AIRGAS USA- LLC SUPPLIES ~ES SERVICES ALDRICH. JON OFFICIATING ALFRED PUBLISHING SUPPLIES ALLISON. ROSHELLE REFUND ALTERNATIVE OUTDOORS SUPPLIES ALVERIO. RICARDO OFFICIATING AMES CSD SERVICES ANDERSON UNIVERSITY DUES/FEES ANSON, SANDRA REFUND AP EXAMINATIONS TESTING MATERIAL APPERSON SUPPLIES ASPi SOLUTIONS. INC SERVICES ASTS CORPORATION DRUG TESTING ATLANTIC COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT ENTRY FEES AUTISM SPEAKS DONATION AUTO-JET MUFFLER CORP SUPPLIES BAKER ELECTRIC INC SERVICES BARKER IMPLEMENT SUPPLIES BARNES & NOBLE INC BOOKS BANTLING. DARNEL OFFICIATING BASS. KENT OFFICIATING BAXTER. JOSHUA D OFFICIATING BECKER'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT BEDWELL GARDENS PLANTS BELL. MICHAEL L OFFICIATING BLICK ART MATERIALS SUPPLIES BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC SUPPLIES BOLES. KEVIN REIMBURSEMENT BONDURANT-FARRAR COMM SCHOOL ENTRY FEES BOWHAY. GERALD W OFFICIATING BOWLERAMA LANES SUPPLIES BRAX LTD SUPPLIES BREESER. ANGELA REFUND BROWER SCHOOL BUS PARTS SUPPLIES BUCKTON. BARBARA REIMBURSEMENT BURG. ANDREVV OFFICIATING BUSCH. SCOTT OFFICIATING CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES CASEY'S GENERAL STORES. INC SUPPLIES CASS STREET PUBLISHERS CLASSROOM SUPPLIES CAVALIER, TRACY REFUND CEDAR VALLEY FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE CHIP SHOPPE. THE SUPPLIES CIPOLLA. LAURA REIMBURSEMENT CLAIMAIO FEES CLASSROOM DIRECT SUPPLIES CLEAN CUT TREE SERVICE PURCHASED SERVICE COOPER. LORRI REFUND COUNTRYSIDE GOLF COURSE FEES CREIGHTON. CATHERINE OFFICIATING CRUM DAN J OFFICIATING CSI INC SERVICES CUt.TUREALL SERVICES DALLAS CENTER-GRIMES CSD FEES DAVIS. GREGORY A OFFICIATING DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE COPIER LEASE DEIBBIE'S TROPICAL SNO SUPPLIES D~-TA EDUCATION INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES DEMCO SUPPLIES DEPARTIVENT OF EDUCATION PERMITS DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLL EDUCATION DES MOINES IND CSD SP ED TUITION DES MOINES MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN LODGING DiES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA ADS DES MOINES THEATRICAL SHOP SUPPLIES DORENKAMP. BENJAMIN OFFICIATING DRAKE UNIVERSITY PSEO TUITION DUNCAN. OUANE OFFICIATING EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES FOOD EGGLESTON. STEVE OFFICIATING : ~LAN CARDMEIMBER SERV'd3ES MISCELLANEOUS BAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES CREDIT CARD ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP EQUIPMENT ENDERLIN. MARSHALL REIMBURSEMENT eSHIPPING. LLC SHIPPING CHARGES EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC HVAC SERVICES FAREWAY STORES SUPPLIES REt. TODD REFUND FLAWS. JEREMY OFFICIATING ~ONE LLC FUEL FOGLESONG. JULIE MARIE OFFICIATING FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES TEXTBOOKS FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH SERVICES FREEMAN EQUIPMENT RENTAL GECRB/AMAZON SUPPLIES GEMPfLER'S SUPPLIES GENESIS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES GRANGER SUPL~I_IF_~S ~ . ~DSTAFF'~JI=N ........ - .... REFUND ..... GRAPHIC EDGE. INC SUPPLIES GREAT AMERICAN OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT HALL. conY SERVICES HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS SUPPLIES PAN,SEN. CAROL REFUND OF FEES HANSEJ~. JOSH REFUND HARRISON BROS INC SUPPLIES HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC PARTS" HATCH SUPPLIES HAWKIEYE STAGES TRANSPORTATION HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT HAYES. GALA REFUND HEARTLAND AEA 11 SERVICES HEARTLAND FLAGPOLES SUPPLIES HENDRICKS. PATRICK REFUND HM RECEIVABLES CO. LLC INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES HOGAN. LISA REFUND HOf_MES CHEVROLET REPAIR PARTS HOPKINS SUPPLIES HUFFMAN. ROBERT OFFICIATING HUNECKE. LARRY OFFICIATING HY VEE STORES SUPPLIES HYDA JR. HENRY OFFICIATING IPq'I~A REGISTRATION IMAGE MARKET SUPPLIES IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE INOIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT DUES/FEES INDIANOLA COMM SCHOOL DIST SERVICES INFINITE CAMPUS INC STUDENT ENROLL SOFTWARE INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS REIMBURSEMENT IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVICES IOWA COUNTERTOPS. INC SERVICES IOWA CUBS - GREATER DSM BASEBALL ADMISSIONS IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID IOWA DIVISIDN OF LABOR SERVICES BERVICEB IOWA GIRLS HS ATHLETIC UNION FEES IOWA HEALTH HOME CARE SERVICES IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC DUES IOWA HS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES IOWA INTERNATIONAL CENTER SERVICES IOWA ONE CALL ULTILWY SERVICES IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS JACOBUS. LARRY OFFICIATING JENSEN. RACHAEL REFUND JIM'S JOHNS SERVICES JJ DESIGNS SUPPLIES JOHNSTONE SUPPLY SUPPLIES JW PEPPER & BON INC SUPPLIES KAUL. RICK REFUND KELLER. JIM REFUND KELLY. MICHAEL OFFICIATING KERR. CHANTELLE REFUND KL='rEL. GRANT OFFICIATING KESTER. JERRY D OFFICIATING KING. TERI REFUND KOZELISKI. CHRIS OFFICIATING KRAMPIEN. JASON OFFICIATING KUPRESANIN. VILADIMIR OFFICIATING LABARGE. JEFF OFFICIAL LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES LARGE. BRETT D REFUND LARKIN. CHRIS OFFI(~IATING LASER RESOURCES EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE LIEWISTON. KRISTIE REFUND LIFETOUCH NSS ACCTS RECEWABLE SERVICES LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPLIES LINN-MAR BANDS ENTRY FEES LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC FOOD LOWE. KELLY REFUND LUNDBERG. JERILYN REFUND MARCHING AUXILIARIES FEES MAUCH. LOREN OFFICIATING MCANELLY. DRU OFFICIATING MOBEE. DARLA REFUND MCCLEEREY. MONTE REFUND MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES TEXTBOOKS MCKHON. PAT OFFICIATING MEALS FROM THE HEARTLAND DONATION MENAROS-CLIVE SUPPLIES MENAROS-DES MOINES SUPPLIES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES MID AMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICAL SERVICE MID IOWA BAND CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRY FEE MID-IOWA SOCCER OFFICIALS ASSOC FEE ASSIGNING MIDWEST ALARM SUPPLIES M~WEST VOLLEYBALl- WAREHOUSE SU PLIES MILLER. JOE R~UND MITCHELL. RANDY OFFICIATING MOOERNE GLASS COMPANY. INC SUPPLIES MUNGER, LINDA SERVICES MUlRKLO. MANGO REIMBURSEMENT MURRAY MCMURRAY HATCHERY SUPPLIES NASCO SERVICE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER SUBSCRIPTION NAEYC DUES/FEES NCTI SUPPLIES NEWTON CSD DUES/FEES NGUYEN. LINN REFUND MIELSEN. LORI REIMeURSEMENT NI-IART. JEFF OFFICIATING Total 283.41 59(3:00 221.97 105.00 355.09 379.00 676.30 1.996.00 58.82 1,168.00 105.0(~ 180.00 50.00 40.50 230.00 1.470.75 500.00 7.35 13.753.00 78.82 360.00 165.00 170.00 1.699.54 248.02 180.00 9.54 108.66 115.00 105.00 115.00 250.85 206.83 150.00 17.85 1.312.15 501.09 125.00 115.00 1.460.00 1.716.00 119.60 289.00 29.64 60.00 105.00 3.164.90 119.90 180.00 5.15 2.464.00 260.23 1.374.90 287.28 1.386.67 84.51 575.00 21.40 84.00 115.00 100.00 46.65 250.00 200.00 490.00 2.98321 230.00 3A76.43 563,89 644.00 32.030.00 1.864.36 1,198.40 4.206.50 226.38 65.00 498.98 105.00 1.169.15 75.00 5.513.63 1.731.48 39.18 206.52 1.024.34 6.581.59 994.24 31.15 210.00 36.67 115,00 129.67 100.00 2.100.00 1.696.62 46.15 2.171.87 -,.. 9.36 251.55 2.093.99 19,19 125.00 478.50 18,40 10.60 170.04 117.45 199.96 1.083.00 35.00 9,85 369.38 100.00 5.10 3.797.72 21.70 209.09 55.43 90.00 90.00 111.68 115.00 40.00 298.75 59.00 3.086.40 1.470.75 31.305.00 1.470.75 105.00 1.122.57 1.494.50 1.305.00 14.456.22 775,00 600.00 2.107.00 35.00 2.226.00 86.67 262.90 9.866.16 245.00 18.25 100.00 51.50 139.02 220.46 31.85 23.80 75.00 8.45 40.00 90.00 12.80 120.00 95.00 95.00 70.00 67.46 25.00 65.00 4.236.26 5.40 4.236.39 375.00 120.00 4.834.11 48.50 69.00 3.245.00 115.00 65.00 50~00 19.50 21,648.60 230.00 3.153,60 149.96 2.336.95 80.00 34.229.20 0.00 170.00 318.42 1.299.89 15.00 I40.00 186.00 1.000.00 22.98 818.25 317.62 456,50 135.60 464.10 60.00 69.00 68.20 90.00 N WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS SERVICE 161.20 NORWALK CSD CA~SH-HS PETTY CASH 173.40 NORWALK CSD GENERAL FUND REIMBURSEMENT 575.00 NORWALK CSD HIGH SCHOOL REIMBURSEMENT 67.50 NORWALK CSD NUTRITION FUND REIMBURSEMENT 43.80 NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY PARTS 8, SUPPLIES 140.32 NORWALK. CITY OF WATER/SEWER SERVICE 52.643.23 NPC. INTERNATIONAL FOOD 406.95 O'KEEEE ELEVATOR COMPANY. INC- SERVICES 138.00 O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC MISC PARTS 419.23 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES 3.593.73 OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC SUPPLIES 88.32 OSKALOOSA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ENTRY FEE 70.00 OWENS. PATRICK OFFICIATING 130.00 OWENS. RYAN OFFICIATING 65,00 PARK AVENUE CLEANERS SERVICES 437.25 PARKER SIGNS & GRAPHICS INC SUPPLIES 228.16 PARSONS. JOHN DAVID OFFICIATING 65.00 PELLA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL FEES 105.00 PELLA CSD ENTRY FEES 135.00 " PERRY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST SUPPLIES 90.00 PETERSEN. JACOB OFFICIATING 140.00 PETERSON. KRISTIN MILEAGE 70.20 PETERBON. RICHARD OFFICIATING 90~00 PHILLIPS. TOM REFUND 19.15 PIONEER MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES 1.602.64 POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES 153.05 POLITO. TREVOR JOHN OFFICIATING 105.00 PORTA PHONE CO SUPPLIES 4.919.50 POWER SYSTEMS SUPPLIES 1.928.80 PRINTS MADE EASY BUPPLIES 68.19 PRITCHARD, SUSIE- REFUND 15.75 PRO STAR SPORTS. INC. SUPPLIES 5.795.00 PROGRESS PUBLICATIONS SUPPLIES 4,399,92 PRORIDER INC SUPPLIES 126.00 RANGEL E BERNARD OFFICIATING 70.00 RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PHONE SERVICES 790.40 REYNOLDS. DAVE REFUND 46.45 RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES 606.86 ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY DAIRY PRODUCTS 5.576.06 ROGERS. JULIE REFUND 45.03 SANDGUIBT. JENNA OFFICIATING 260.00 SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES SUPPLIES 1.397.35 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA DUES 4.124.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES EQUIPMENT 251,29 SCHOOL OUTFITTERS EQUIPMENT 18.03 SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 211.25 SCHRECK. SARAH OFFICIATING 445.00 SCHWARTE. JEANINE REFUND 7.10 SCOTT'S FOODS SUPPLI.IF~’S 981.98 SC RIMAGER. BRIAN OFFICIAtiNG 75.00 SEBRING. RICHARD OFFICIATING 230.00 SECURITY LOCKSMITHB SUPPLIES 97.78 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 33.592.37 SERVICE SOLUTIONS GROUP SERVICES 1.129.25 SHELDON. KELLY REFUND 113.40 SHELL FUEL 232.46 SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO SUPPLIEB 139.00 SMITH'S SEWER SERVICE INC CONSTRUCTION 1.210.00 SMITH. TIM OFFICIATING 115.00 SOCCER CONNECTIONS SUPPLIES 1.344.25 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 39.14 SPURn. CINDY REFUND 69.00 STEPHANY. BRENDA REFUND 16.90 STEPHANY. TIM RENTAL FEES 69.00 STOMP. ROBERT OFFICIATING 115.00 STRACKE. DON OFFICIATING 90.60 SUBWAY- NORWALK SUPPLIES 210.00 T & T SPRINKLER SERVICE INC SERVICEB 635.88 TALLGRASS THEATRE COMPANY SUPPLIES 60.00 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 936.53 TAYLOR. BECKY REFUND 13.05 TCI SUPPLIES 2.816.10 TEACHING STRATEGIES. INC SUPPLIES 668.80 TEAM EXPRESS SUPPLIES 811.67 TFH USA SUPPLIES 21.00 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 610.54 THOMPSON. CONNIE S REIMBURSEMENT 30.25 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 402,38 TOMLINSON. JR. MICHAEL OFFICIATING 230.00 TORGERSON. CARRIE REFUND ~ 49.45 TP CREATIONS PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES 100.00 TRANS IOWA. LC. SERVICES 894.90 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC FEE COLLECTION 553.87 TRUE PITCH INC SUPPLIES 610.00 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES INC SERVICES 570.00 UPSTART SUPPLIES 53.95 US TOY CO/CONSTRUCTIVE PLAYTHINGS SUPPLIES 132.11 VAN GINKEL ATHLETIC MEG INC SUPPLIES 399.00 VAN METER CSO DE TUITION 1.470.75 VEENBTRA & KIMM. INC DO FIBER I~ROJ - ENGINEERING6.925.00 VILLAGGID SUPPLIES 285.00 VITAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS SUPPLIES 1.935.00 WALKER. WENDY REIMBURSEMENT 23.40 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 1.884.17 WAUKEE CSD STUDENT TUITION 125.00 WENDY'S ICE CREAM FIELD TRIP 146,25 WERMERSKIRCHEN. STEVE REIMBURSEMENT 352.14 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 7.496.55 WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITION SUPPLIES 48.623.78 WEST MUSIC SUPPLIES 246,65 WESTENDORF. JEFF OFFICIATING 115.00 WESTPHALEN. BRENDA REIIVBURSEMENT 23.65 WHITE. TOBY ANDREW OFFICIATING 95.00 ~IE_DI~IAN, N: GARy .... SERV~E.. .... 950.00 WILKINS. CHRIS OFFICIATING ....... 325.00 WINTERSET COMMUNITY SCHOOL ENTRY FEES 75.00 WOOD ROOFING SERVICES 3~t62 501.086.39 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session June 24, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 6:02 p.m. Directors Present-Rick Kaul, George Meinecke, Tom Phillips, and Deb Hobbs. Director Absent-Katherine Schmidt. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: • Approved the open enrollment out request as recommended. • Approved the Personnel Changes as listed. • Approved the pumhase of the KeepnTrack system which will be funded by PTO. • Approved participation in the Everybody Wins! Iowa Power Lunch School" Partnership which is funded by United Way. • Approved the agreement with Dreams Unlimited to provide DJ services at Eastview school dances during the 2013-2014 school year. • Approved the Authentic Intellectual Work (AIW) Agreement with the iowa Department of Education for the 2013-2014 School year. • Approved the 2013-2014 pay rates for substitute teachers as recommended. • Approved a General Fund Committed Fund Balance at June 30, 2013 for the following FY14 expenditures: • Total Curriculum Dept Budget $591,318.11 • Total Professional Development • Total Committed Fund Balance $628,218.11 • Approved the following Interfund Loans to the Sales Tax Fund as of June 30, 2013: • From Partial Self-Funding Fund $955,000 • From Management Fund $379,849 • Approved authorization to set a Public Hearing on July 8, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at Lakewood Elementary, 9210 Happy Hollow Dnve for the Proposed Plans for the Sale or Razing of School Property located at 906 School Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa. • Approved the 1 -year agreement with Kriss Water Trsatment Engineering to provide HVAC water testing and treatment services. The meeting was adjourned at 8:10 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session July 3, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 3:03 p.m. Directors Present-Kathenne Schmidt, Rick Kaul, George Meinecke, Tom Phillips, and Deb Hobbs. The following ~otion was made, seconded, and approved: • Accepted the employee resignation submitted by Bobble J. Garrison as re- quested due to his health conditions. The Board shall waive the $1,500 resigna- tion late fee. The Board further agrees to offer Mr. Garrison single health insur- ance benefits to be paid by the District until he reaches age 65 or becomes eligible for Medicare benefits. The meeting was adjourned at 3:07 p.m. Official minutes will De available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM WATER DISCHARGE The Warren County Conservation Board plans to submit a Notice of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to be covered under the NPDES General Permit No. 2 =Storm Water Discharge Associated with Industnal Activity for Construction Activities." The storm water discharge will be from ditch cleaning of the Great Western Trail located in SW 1/4, Section 8, T 77 N, R 25 W. Storm water will be dis- charged from one point source and wilt be discharged to the following streams: road ditch to unnamed tributary of North River. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moinas, IA 50319-0034. The public 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 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING 6-20-13 The Special Gity Council Meeting of the Norwalk City Council was held at the Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The meeting was called to order at 5:00 P.M. by Mayor Pro Tem, Frank Curtis. Those present at roll call were Dave MurillD, Mike Leto, Eric Delker and Frank Curtis. Absent: Jamie Sylvester. 13-1~1 Motion by Leto and seconded by MurUlo to approve the Agenda. Mo- tion carried unanimously. 13-132 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to adopt a Resolution approv- ing the acceptance of public infrastructure in the Ridge at Echo Valley Plat 2. (Resolution No. 0627-13-036) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Dalker and Curtis. Nayes: none, 13-133 Motion by Lete and seconded by Murillo to adopt a Resolution approv- ing the final plat for the Ridge at Echo Valley. (Resolution No. 0627-13-037~ Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-134 Motion by Leto and seconded by Munllo to adopt a Resolution alP proving the amended site plan for the O'Leery Funeral Home & Cremation Services & Celebration of Life Center (1020 Main). ".R I "-,- - .~-27-13- 038) Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-135 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to adopt a ResOlution waiving building permit fees for show homes for the 2014 Home Show. No. 0627-13-039~ Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-136 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to enter closed session re- lated to personnel pursuant to 21.50) of the Iowa Code. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-137 Motion by Leto and seconded by Murillo to go back in to open session. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Mudllo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none, 13-138 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to enter closed seasion re- latad to potential litigation pursuant to 21.50) of the Iowa Code. Approved 4-0.Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Delker and Curtis. Nayas: none. Counoilmember Leto excused himself from the meeting. 13-139 Motion by Mudllo and seconded by Delker to go back in to open ses- sion. Approved 3-0. Ayes: Mudllo, Delker, and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-140 Motion by Munllo and seconded by Delker to adopt a Reaolutlon mod- ifying the terms of the City Manager's employment agreement originally adopted June 12, 2012, (Resolution NO. 0627-1:~-040~ Approved 3-0. Ayes: Murillo, Delker, and Curtis. Nayes: none. 13-141 Motion by Delker and seconded by Munllo to adopt a Resolution au- thodzing the execution of a retirement agreement. ,R ~ "on N . : --~7-1 - Approved 3-0. Ayes: Murillo, Delker, and Curtis. Na~es: none. 13-142 Motion by Mudilo and seconded by Delker to adjourn the meeting. Motion carded unanimously. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer Cornstalk DSM Cornstalk DSM will be hitting Des Moines with four events in three days - July 19-21, 2013. All the proceeds from the events will be donated to the Food Bank of Iowa. Cornball will kick off the weekend at Living History Farms Friday, July 19, at 6 p.m. with a gourmet corn- inspired dinner catered by Occasions Made Right and beer pairing by Peace Tree Brewing. After the meal the Flynn Barn will host the dessert and dancing with DJ Eight Ten. Two events will take place downtown Saturda3 July 20, at The Venue. Cornmeal will be held from 12-3 p.m. and feature local restaurants sampling their "corncoctions," along with a few Iowa-made beverages. The Snacks will be providing the musical entertainment. Determined by the attendees' votes, the title of "Crop Dog" will be on the line. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., Cornu- copia will offer live music and all-you-can-eat sweet corn with flavor-infused butters. Later in the evening, awards will be presented for Des Moines' corniest faces and places. A Brewfest wrist band will get you $5 off, at the door. Cornstalk DSM will conclude at I p.m. Sunda) July 21, with Cornholio, a corn hole "bags" tournament at Exile Brewery. Thirty-two teams of two will compete for cash prizes, Event organizer Allison Detagardelle explains that in addition to the food and fun, Cornstalk DSM is an opportunity to learn even more about the importance and impact corn plays on Iowa's economy. "We are ex- cited to introduce our inaugural event to Des Moines that celebrates the crop that is the foundation of Iowa's past, present and future - while giving back to the Food Bank of Iowa. Let's Get Corny Des Moines," Delagardelle says.