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Page Six m N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 17, 2014 .--ah _am OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Warren County Agricultural Extension District (091) Published Report July 1,2013 to June 30, 2014 Balance: July I, 2013 $156,408.55 Receipts: Contributions Revenue $2,633.76 Grant Revenue $500.00 rlterest Revenue $406.88 Other Revenue $1,646.04 Other Tax Revenue $2,874.82 Program Fee Revenue $56,153.92 Property Tax Revenue $87,252.17 Rental Revenue $602.00 Resale Revenue $5,048.45 Tort Revenue $996.54 Total Receipts $158,114.56 Total Balance And Receipts $314,523.13 Disbursements: 4-H Mall, Program Fee Expense $274.90 A & R Marketing, Resale Expense $1,914.00 Aaron Steil, Program Fee Expense $60.00 Adair County ISU Extension, Program Fee Expense $30.00 Ak-Sar-Ben 4-H Stock Show, Program Fee Expense $1,344.00 Amazon, Resale Expense $187.70 American Income Life Insurance, Indrance, Bond Expense $578.00 Area 15 Regional Planning, Program Fee Expense $715.00 Bancard Fees. Bank Charges, Fees, Interest Expense $12.00 BaRkers Leasing Company, EquipmentExpense $1,558.08 Barnes & Noble, Program Fee Expense $42.12 Board of Regents, Program Fee Expense $600.00 Bob's Custom Trophies, Program Fee Expense $21.20 Brandey Smith, Resale Expense $10.00 Card Center, Bank Charges, Fees, Interest Expense $13.04 CadisleChamberofCommerce, Memberships, Dues Expense $125.00 Carlisle Citizen, Advertising Expense $121.12 Cathy Clair, Program Fee Expense $210.00 Centurylink. Telecommunications Expense $2,957.80 Charles Ertzinger, Meeting Expense $70.00 Christopher's Rare Coins, Program Fee Expense $253.56 Clarke County ISU Extension, Non Fee Proj Act Expense $60.00 Coe Erperdling, Program Fee Expense $187.32 Competitive Edge, Resale Expense $1,006.38 CPR Central, Other Expense $85.00 Craig Hertel, Supplies Expense $47.02 Cynde Schrieber, Program Fee Expense $276.50 Dallas County Extension, Other Travel Expense $2,931.22 Debra Curtis, Resale Expense $10.00 Deluxe Business Checks & Solution, Supplies Expense $140.72 Duane Ohnemus, Program Fee Expense $125.00 Edge Technologies, Inc, Supplies Expense $100.00 Engraved, Program Fee Expense $388.00 Fareway, Program Fee Expense $141.91 First Advantage, Background Checks Expense $3,025.02 Gehdnger, Katilyn M., Wages & Travel $1,982.00 GIo Germ, Program Fee Expense $85.45 Healthscdpts, Inc., Program Fee Expense $169.85 Henry, Megan E., Wages &Travel &599.73 Hy-Vee, Meeting Expense $47.85 Imaging Technologies, Supplies Expense $3,964.65 IACEC, Memberships & Benefits Expense $1,40.00 Indianola Charnber of Commerce, Membemhip, Dues Expense $50.00. Indianola Clover Kids Club, Program Fee Expense $20.00 Indianola First Assembly of God, Program Fee Expense $300.00 Indianola Park Friends, Program Fee Expense $500.00 Indianola Record Herald, Memberships, Dues Expense $14.55 Iowa Public Employee Retirement System, Benefits Expense $8,192.83 Iowa State Fair, Program Fe Expense $193.50 Iowa State University, Program Fee Expense $31,445.62 IVESCO, Resale Expense $321.86 Jason DeLay, Program Fee Expense $125.00 Jeff Macomber, Supplies Expense $37.05 Jennifer Walter, Program Fee Expense $9.72 John 15 Vineyards, Program Fee Expense $200.00 Jones County ISU Extension, Professional Development Training Expense $35.00 Joy Rouse, Program Fee Expense $82.11 Justin DeLay, Program Fee Expense $25.00 Kaylee Miller, Program Fee Expense ' $25.00 Kathy McCoy, Program Fee Expense $207.50 LEGO Education, Program Fee Expense $3,225.88 Liz Sample, Program Fee Expense $200.00 Madison County Extension. Program Fee Expense $2,400.00 Mahaska County ISU Extension, Non Fee Proj ActExpense $445.00 McCoy True Value. Postage Expense $50.39 McCutchan, Beth. Wages & Travel $5,939.34 Michael White. Program Fee Expense $4,312.48 Michelle Bradley, Program Fee Expense $18.62 Mick Petit, Program Fee Expense $30.00 N/Warren Town & County News, Advertising Expense $176.45 National 4-H Council, Program Fee Expense $2,123.60 Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, Memberships,.Dues Expense $125.00 Office Machines, Facility Expense $142.62 Orchard Place, Program Fee Expense $1,380.36 Palmer, Andrea M, Wages & Travel $11,912.35 Pat Hicks, Program Fee Expense $11.04 Pekin Insurance, insurance, Bond Expense $317.00 Pierson, Kathryn G., Wages &Travel $26,144.53 Polk County Extension, Program Fee Expense $466.00 Power Graphics, Supplies Expense $134.14 Quill, Equipment Expense $1,235.05 Register Media, Advertising Expense $277.39 Richard Schreiber, Program Fee Expense $149.99 Sandridge Farms, Inc., Program Fee Expense $150.00 Sara Cooper, Program Fee Expense $120.00 Sarlynn Heston, Program Fee Expense $158.40 Scholastic, Program Fee Expense $139.65 Senior 4-H, Resale Expense $5.00 Snus Hill Winery, program Fee Expense $150.00 Stansbury, Teresa R., Wages & Travel $1,828.86 Story County ISU Extension, Program Fee Expense $14.00 The Stich'n Barn, Program Fee Expense $450.00 Treasurer State of Iowa, Liabilities Expense $2,183.00 United State Treasury, Liabilities Expense $12,890.23 United State Postal Service, Postage Expense $300.01 USDA Office Investors LLC, Facility Expense $15,917.00 Valerie Cameron. Program Fee Expense $20.80 WaI-Mart, Supplies Expense $482.35 Warren County Fair. Marketing Expense $296.94 Warren County Soil & Water Conservation. Non Fee Proj Act Expense $20.97 Total Disbursements $164,727.39 Net Balance: June 30, 2014 $149,795.74 STATE OF IOWA - Warren County Agricultural District I, Jason DeLay, Chair, and I, Lydda Youmans,Treasurer of.theWarren County Agricultural Extension District, being duly sworn on oath, state to the best of our knowledge and belief, that the items included in the foregoing Finan-- cial Report are a true and correct statement of receipts and expenditures of the Warren County Agricultural Extension District. s,,. o=,. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF NORWALK EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION JULY 1,2013-JUNE 30, 2014 NAME ALBERS RAFE APANA, TAMMY BACKSTROM. ELISE BAHR, JAMES BAKER, JEREMY BEERMANN. DANIEL BENGE, MARK BIELEMA BROOKE BOCKHOLT, CHAD BOCKHOLT, TRAVIS BODENSCHATZ, NICOLE BROSH, RICHARD CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER CARD, SHANE CARPENTER, JOSEPH CHOAT, ADAM CHRISTENSEN, JESSE CLARK, ANNETTE COBURN RYAN COLLINS, KEEGAN CORREY, STEVE CRISWELL, BRADLEY CROAT, PEGGY CURTIS, FRANK DAHMS, TYLER DANIELS, NOAH DARS'E CHET DAVIDSON, KIM DELKER, ERIC DICKHAUT, DUSTEN DOUGHERTY, JAMES M. DOUGHERTY, THOMAS DOWNING, RONALD DU FFY, MICHAEL EDDLEMAN, JODI EPPERS, BRIAN FICK, TROY FOREMAN, GERRIT FORSCHLER, MICHAEL FRASER, WILL GRISLER, KRISTIN GRANT, AUSTIN GROTH, DENNIS GUDENKAUF, ALEXANDRIA HAGEMAN, BROOKLYN HARDING, TERRY HARRYMAN, DAYTON HEGGEN, JOSHUA HEISDORFFER, SHELLEY HESS, BRENT HILDEBRANDT, SALEM HOBBS, DEBROAH HOCK, AMY HOFMAIER, ELLY HOSKINS, TIMOTHY HOUK, LAUREN HRAHA, ROSS HUSTON, DUSTIN HUTCHINSON, JOHN HUTCHINSON, RANDY ILLIAN, JON INMAN, MALLORY IABBEN, CHRIS JACKSON. KYLE JOHNSON MARY KAY JOHNSON,, MICHAEL KALDENBERG, WENDALL KLUESSNER, ALEX KLUESSNER, ARLENE KUEHL, NANCY KUHL, EDDIE LANCASTER, AUSTIN LANDGREBE, ALEX LANE, JACK LEHMER, GARY LEICHT. AMANDA LETO, MICHAEL LEWISTON, BENJAMIN LOFFREDO. JAMIE LUCAS. JEFFREY LUCAS, OLIVIA LUND, JONATHAN LUNDQUIST, ALEXANDER LUZlER, JAMES MANSON, DAVID MARTIN, CHAD MARTIN, TREVOR MCDONALD, NANCY MELCO, BRIAN MESSER, ANDREW METZGER, DOUG MILLER, KELLY MINARC, CLYDE MINEART, ELIZABETH MUERNER MARK MURILLO. CHRIS MURILLO, DAVID MURPHY, MALLORY NEWLAND, PATRICIA NICHOLS, TIMOTHY OLIVER, MARKETA ONSTOT BRIAN PALMER, GAIGE PALMER, STEVEN S. PARKER, PHILIP PARRIS, LUKE PATAVA, JOE PATAVA, THOMAS PAULSEN, JAKE PAULSEN, JOSEPH PEMBERTON, JACOB PEMBERTON. LAURIE PENDELTON, CHARLES P-ENTICO. RICHARD PETERSEN, JACOB PETTIT BRIAN PHILLIPS. THOMAS PIERCE, DOUGLAS POSEY. KAYLEE RACZ, ERIC RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS RICHARDSON, MICHAEL RITCHEART MATTHEW RITER, JARED ROBBINS JIMMEY ROLLINGER, AMY ROSIEN, JEFFREY SALFZ, DUSTEN SCAVO, JOSEPH AMOUNT 61.911.66 2.197.23 2,535.16 3,880.54 49,462:.28 54,241.11 40,257.66 1,460.00 5,125.15 3,612.50 2.426.50 25.88 25.974.81 1.774.10 136.00 486.21 3,013.41 47,458.21 66.198.74 258.76 1.507.42 65,729.69 47,680.96 2,514.89 7,027.49 383.25 2,289.75 746.01 32,499.84 701.10 1,718.54 2,063.82 74,220.89 671.05 46,401.60 2,064.27 7,253.64 4,878.75 265.50 45.00 90.00 159.38 1,997.50 1,793.26 864.42 49,462.28 253.65 69,712.68 39,657.59 50,788.07 1,790.13 13,601.10 35,408.54 1,965.04 74,831.18 2,100.18 1,582.00 83,625.19 822.50 62,944.31 3,749.08 2,615.38 26,391.46 312.51 11;256.21 21,595.68 t 22.57 3,602.50 144.38 71,823.18 80.543.86 2,086.78 7,452.17 163.89 51,893.96 3,288.34 2.500.00 60,663.02 19.994.96 32,329.05 1.913.17 4,241.64 3,354.76 1.709.55 50,062.28 213.75 73,174.50 1,288.28 60,324.47 2,518.60 59.762.82 2,325.62 375.75 8.138.00 1.264.44 49,462.28 2.500.00 182.00 t ,000.00 3,212.86 120,545.21 3,576.93 292.50 65,144.53 62.342.51 36,806.80 12,546.t 1 7,359.82 251.26 45,303.29 6.711.78 481.00 410.13 11.771.52 3.329.73 50,822.32 3,750.00 3.750.00 3.235.00 282.80 59.919.28 153.85 4,462.26 1,201.20 3,680.99 2.853.39 68,932.68 1,388.00 2,100.75 SCHULTZ, MICHAEL 437.26 SCIARRO'I-FA, JOE 1,032.63 SEALINE, HOLLY 56,494.71 SEIBERT, ADAM 9,191.33 SEIBERT, ASHLEE 3,469.36 SEIBERT, SHELBY 1,554.77 SIMPSON, JANZEN 132.00 SLEETH,-DONALD 727.72 SMITH, BYRON 8,191.76 SMITH, RILEY 281.26 SNYDER, JOSEPHINE 42,663.03 SPENCER, KATHY 3,612.40 SPURR JAYSON 64,908.48 STAPLES, GREGORY 32,153.98 STAUDE, RODNEY 1,788.75 STOVER, CHARLES 55.50 STRAVERS, ANTHONY 60,001.66 STULTS, CLARA JEAN 2,829.00 SWIFT. PAUL 49,605.23 SYLVESTER, JAMIE 2.500.00 TABATABAI, RAMSEY 2,373.75 TAYLOR-SEIBERT, LOUISE 33,351.10 THOMPSON. TRAVIS 1,114.60 TODEY, DEBORA 3,936.08 TU'I-FLE, RONALD 4.427.00 VANBUSKIRK. JASON 24.83 VASHER, KAREN 14.820.44 VERWERS. DEVlN 2,96,0.00 VETrERICK JENNIFER 50,698.22 WAUGH, ALAN 48,862.64 WAUGH, ARNITA 582.95 WEBB, THERESA 121.88 WESTHOFF, THOMAS 2,914.37 WESTPHALEN, AARON 3,664.46 WESTVOLD, COURTNEY 22.50 WESTVOLD, KIRK 75,676.12 WESTVOLD, MORGAN 210.65 WULF, TRAVIS 386.26 ZRUCKY, SETH 12,416.80 3,079,733.22 AGENDA Concluded from p. 1 limit, no action). 5. Approve Minutes - June 20, 2014 Work Session. June 26, 2014 Special Business Meeting. 6. Consent Agenda. Expenditures. Tax Abatements. Block party application(s) - 2600 Vista Ct., July 24th. a Cigarette permit(s) - Burke Golf Academy. Appointment(s) - Park and Recreation Com- mission. 7. Public Hearing and consideration of a proposed Resolution authorizing and providing for the Issuance of, not to exceed $6,000,000, aggregate principal amount of Downtown Y Revenue Bonds, Series 2014, of the City of Norwalk, Iowa; the execution and delivery of a Loan Agreement between said City and Downtown Y pro- riding for the repayment of the loan of the proceeds of said Bonds and the securing of said repayment obliga- tion; the executiori and delivery of a Pledge Agreement relating to the security interests of said Bonds; and re- lated matters. 8. Public Hearing and consideration of a proposed Resolution authorizing disposal of city owned real es- "tare (vacated ROW on'old Highway 28). 9. Public Hearing and consideration of first, of three, readings of an Ordinance amend'rag the official zoning map of the City of Norwalk rezoning land located off of 50th Street from A-R to R-1. (Blooming Heights - pend- ing recommendation from P & Z meeting Monday, July 14, 2014). 10. Public Hearing and consideration of an Ordinance (first reading, of three) amending sections of the Norwalk Zoning Code making amendments to 17.04 Definitions and 17.2 Overlaying Zoning District Regu- lations as it relates to flooding regulations (pending rec- ommendation from P & Z meeting Monday, July 14, 2014). 11. Consideration of a Resolution accepting annex- ation and annexation agreement (Knox and Ancell prop- erties). 12. Consideration of a Resolution approving replace- ment purchase of city vehicle. 13. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 14. Adjournment. III Start the day off right! 515-223-1150 [ P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwky.com