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Thursday, August 7, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven AGENDA Concluded from p. 1 12. Consideration of a Resolution related to disposal July 2014 Paid of real property :lescribed as follows: Former Iowa v.,dorN,m, A.C.K ENTERPRISES Highway 28 right-of-wa which was previously vacat- A SOLUTE CONCRETE ,ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES OFFICIAL PUBLICATION , Norwalk Community School District ed by the City of Norwalk Iowa, bordered by the Echo AD NTUREAOR, O EsLIOHT'NG" Valley Drive right'of-way on the North and extending ANLERS L, . LEA"CNEY ALVERIO. RICARDO South to the current Highway 28 right-of-way on the AMES ENVIRONMENTAL INC ANTHRO CORPORATION South. Located in the NW of Section.6, Township 77 -E,NC ASCD S & H PHOTO VIDEO BALDWIN CONSTRUCTION UNLIMITED BEDWELL GARDENS BEELINE & BLUE BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC BOWLERAMA LANES BUSCH. SCOTT CALL. TRACY CAMBIUM LEARNING INC CAMETA CAMERA CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO . CDW GOVERNMENT INC CENGAGE LEARNING North, Range 24 West of the 5th P.M. and the NE 1A of Section 1, Township 77 North, Range 25 West of the 5th P.M., Norwalk, Warren County, Iowa. (documents avail- able next week) 13. Consideration of h Resolution relating to Purple Heart Highway study and committing to a local match of $5,010 for interstate signage. 14. Consideration of a Resolution approving the exe- cicCENTUR -INK cution Of a sanitary sewer easement for the Southeast CLA,MA,oC BRAK MPORTAUTO Trunk Phase II project. CLAY-K,NG coMC SSROOM FRIENDLY SHPPL ES COLEMAN. SARA 15. Consideration of a Resolution approving the fi- ,NC CORBETT. JEFFREY nal plat for Brownstones at the Legacy plat 7. CRYSTAL PRODUCTIONS DANNCO 16. Consideration of a Resolution approving a siteDAVIS GREGORYA DE LAGE LANOEN PUBLIC FINANCE plan amendment for Brownstones at the Legacy. ACTIONsERVICEsCENTERuNLIMITED OF DES MO,NES INC 17. Consideration of a Resolution approving appli- DECKER SPORTING GOODS DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLL DES MOINES IND CSD cation for sustainable urban forestry for Iowa Commu- DES ~,NES RE~TER =EVa DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY DMI DANCE FORCE nities Grant (Ash Bore). DRAKE UNIVERSITY 18. Consideration of a Resolution approving a grant DR~TEKLLC EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES. INC application to the Iowa Department of Natural Resourc- EDGENUITY EDWARDS. DIANE es for REAP funding for City Park and open space. EGGERT. ANDY EICHE JENNIFER 19. Consideration of a Resolution approving an appli- ELANELAN CARDMEMBERCARDMEMOER SERVICEsSERVICES ENDERLIN. MARSHALL cation to the Iowa Department of Transportation for Traf- EPIC SPORTS eSHIPPING. LLC tic Safety Funding in connection with Highway 28, the future Hy-Vee project and Sub-Area I Master Planning. 20. Consideration Of a Resolution approving appli- cations for the voluntary annexation and annexation agreements of property into the City of Norwalk. 21. Discussion of water conservation and possible consideration of a Resolution approving the City of Norwalk water shortage plan. 22. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 23. Adjournment. JSUPE PERFORMING ARTS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT IN AUGUST FROM 5-7 PM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 REGISTRATION 9:00AM- 12:00 PM Thank you Steve Eggers for allowing the sweet corn man, Jim Demichelis, to sell the daily-picked corn at the Sunset Plaza parking lot. Area residents appreciate the fresh produce and Steve! E G R O-U P S TA N D R I LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC FAREWAY STORES . FC ORGANIZATIONAL PROOUCTS LLC FEIRER ENTERPRISES. INC FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCH FLIPPEN GROUP. THE FORREST & ASSOCIATE GAGE. AMY GECRB/AMAZON GENESIS DEVELOPMENT GILLILAND. RON GOOD. TAMI GRAPHIC EDGE. INC GRAYBAR GREGG YOUNG CHEVROLET HARTHOORN. NICHOLAS HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MAC H INC HAWBAKER. SAMUEL HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEGER, ANDREA HEGGEN JOSH HILAND DAIRY FOODS COMPANY LLC HOLM'S/AMERICAN RADIATOR LLC HOMEMAKERS HOPKINS HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT ICCA IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT INDIANOLA COMM SCHOOL DIST INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO INNIS, JOSIE INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS fNTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER IOVVA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOAROS iOWA ASSN SCHOOL BUS OFFICIAL }OWA COMMUNICATIONS NErVVORK IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASEN IOWA STATE FOOTBALL CAMPS IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS ISEA ISFIS JACOBUS. LARRY JJ DESIGNS JONES. KARA JOSTENS KING. MARy LEANNE KIRKPATRICK. DEAN KRALIK. DUSTIN KRATZER. SARA KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC KURTT. CHRIS LABARGE JEFF LARGE. BRETT D LASER RESOURCES LEARNING POST. THE LEEPER. DAVID LEITZINGER. RITA LIPOVAC. ZACHARY LONG. MICHAEL LORBER. BRIAN LORS, JUUE MARCHING AUXILIARIES MB RADON3ERVlCE. LLC MCANELLY. DRU MCCURDY. CHRISTOPHER MCGRAW-HIlL SCHOOL EDUCATION MCILHON. PAT MCLAUGHLIN. SHANNON MENARDS-DES MOINES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC MID AMERICAN ENERGY MIDWEST ACOUSTICAL SUPPLY MIDWEST ALARM MIDWEST COMPUTER PRODUCTS INC MITCHELL. RANDY MYERS. DAWN NAEYC NCTM NIKKEL & ASSOCIATES NORTH POLK COMM SCHOOL DIST NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS NORWALK CSD CASH - DISTRICT OFFICE NORWALK CSD CASH-EASTV]EW NORWALK CSD CASH-HS NORWALK CSD CASH-LAKEWOOD NORWALK CSD CASH-MS NORWALK CSD CASH-NUTRITION NORWALK CSD CASH-OVIATT NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE &AUTO SUPPLY NORWALK. CiTY OF O'REIILY AUTOMOTIVE INC OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OWENS. PATRICK PALS. ANDREW PARKER SIGNS & GRAPHICS INC PATAVA. TIMOTHY PEARSON EDUCATION PELZER. AARON PERFECTION LEARNING CORp PETERSON. MARK PHIPPS. DEB PIPER JAFFRAY & CO PITNEY BOWES INC PLAy WITH A PURPOSE PORTER, KAREN . POSTMASTER PREFERRED PEST CONTROL RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC RATK3AN. JODY RICHARDSON. OIANNA " RICHARDSON. J.p. RIEMAN MUSIC RIVERS. GREG SAYDEL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL TECH SUPPLY SCHOOLSIN SCOTT'S FOODS SHANTZ. STEVE SHERWlN WILLIAMS CO SIMPSON COLLEGE FOOTBALL CAMP SOCCER CONNECTIONS SOFnNARE UNLIMITED INC SOII-TEK SPORTS PAGE TEAM SQUIF-RS. STACEY STONER. JOHN STOREY KENWORTHY SUBWAY - ~ALK SULLIVAN. JEANNIECE N. NEWTON STANDKIDGE - (515) 22%5310 WWW. STAN DKIDGE GROUE.COM 1304 Sb/lane Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 PRINTING AND PROMOTION providing solutions for print, design and specialties Invoices Report Descrk~on SUPPLIES DO PROJ - PARKING LOT EXT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ,SUPPLIES LEGAL SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TECH EQUIP EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES SERVICES PLANTS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES COMPUTER SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SOFTWARE SUPPLIES FEES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING COPIER LEASE SERVICES SERVICES SUPPLIES EDUCATION SP ED TUITION ADS SUPPLIES REFUND PSEO TUITION DRIVER ED INST SERVICES FOOD SOFTWARE REIMBURSE REIMBURSEMENT REFUND MISCELLANEOUS CREDIT CARD REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SHIPPING CHARGES HVAC SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES : SERVICES SVPP EXPENSE REIMB STAFF REG FEES SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES OFFICIATING REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REPAIR PARTS OFFICIATING PARTS OFFICIATING SERVICES REFUND REFUND DAIRY PRODUCTS SUPPLIES FURNITURE SUPPLIES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES - MEMBERSHIP DUES SERVICE DUES/FEES SERVICES PARTS REIMBURSMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES PROFESSION~L SERVICES REGISTRATION SERVICES MEDICAID SERVICES DUES MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS REGISTRATION DUES/FEES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIAL REFUND EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE SUPPLIES REFUND REFUND REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING OFFICIATING REFUND FEES SERVICES OFFICIATING SERVICES TEXTBOOKS OFFICIATING SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SERVICE MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES LIBRARY SUPPLIES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT DUES/FEES SUPPLIES SERVICES ENTRY FEES SERVICE PETTY CASH PETTY CASH PETIT CASH PEITY CASH PErFY CASH PETTY CASH PETTY CASH SERVICE =al PARTS & SUPPLIES WATER/SEWER SERVICE MISC PARTS TESTING SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES CONST SERVICES TEXTBOOKS REIMBURSEMENT BOOKS OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT BOND SALE SERVICES SERVICE INST. SUPPLIES REII~BURSEMENT FEES SERVICES PHONE SYSTEM SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT REIMSURSEMENT OFFICIATING SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT FEES CLASSROOM SUPPLIES DUES SUPPLIES SUPPLIE~ SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES ENTRY FEE SUPPLIES SOFTWARE SERVICES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT CLASSROOM FURNITURE SUPPLIES SERVICES Total 101.58 6.360.00 721.97 985.93 586.61 4:884.50 29.96 105.00 242.00 6.688.00 3.791.00 79.00 509.95 1:628.00 1,160.99 100.80 349.55 360.00 105.00 28.97 6.675.34 16.647.85 10.411=26 3.700.64 ' 719.96 7.871.00 848,93 1.063.27 1.141.00 374.49 2.058.99 503.64 1.111.66 73.24 170.35 105.00 1.132.50 4.688.48 140.00 2.983.21 123.75 595.00 125.00 _ 56.670.00 32A59.22 2.923.30 278.86 155.(]0 749.97 1.035.00 136.80 11.200.00 95.12 39.52 35.50 7.67135 1.619.80 71.53 536.02 631.10 6.196.34 144.29 18.31 700.00 26.650.26 2.570.00 49.563.00 327.88 7.971.67 422.18 115.00 40.00 2.013.31 1.738.68 280.49 105.00 4.15790 35,00 1 355.98 60.00 60.00 267.04 65.00 1.062.53 10.071.20 25.551.16 40.00 65.00 2.866.80 4.500.75 135.84 25.00 3.000.50 18.95 6.567.00 350.00 ~.588.16 .921.13 40.30 35.00 42~00 495.00 11.540.97 2.375.00 2.802.50 245.00 724.00 48.35 24.26 719.20 105.00 446.95 16.74 300.00 40.54 140.00 25.00 2.426.04 79.02 25.00 25.00 87.36 35.00 115.00 120.90 3.210.00 100.00 65.00 250.00 18.644.86 210.00 58.40 454.31 40.00 35.980.90 144.60 2.057.18 4.680.24 70.00 21.17 115.00 144.00 424.49 150.00 199.95 200.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 800.00 500.00 30.00 195.41 5.202.31 234.17 75.50 4.281.94 217.04 260.25 70.00 250.87 800.00 15.940.00 28.107.73 168.48 1.752.31 115.00 1.127.80 1.000.00 180.00 697.23 13.84 49.00 400.00 2.853.56 253.11 276.51 105.00 305.06 23.96 75.00 1.500.99 2.213.00 468.74 2.994.00 179.82 819.49 105.00 577.08 600.00 422.10 4~00.00 7.270.35 1.025.90 18.36 25.00 40.00 96~0 437.50 , SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY T & T SPRINKLER SERVICE INC TARGET BANK TECH4LEARNING THAWTE INC THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC THOMPSON. 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INC VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL VAN GINKEL ATHLETIC MFG INC VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE CO WARREN COUNTY R F-ICORDER WARRIOR RUN WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA WEBER, CHRISTOPHER WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITION WE)( SANK WILSON RESTAURANT SUPPLY WlNTERSET COMMUNITY SCHOOL WOOD ROOFING WOODMAN CONTROLS WORMELL RICHARD WORTHINGTON DIRECT ZIMCO SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES I136.48 SERVICES 441.70 SUPPLIES 633.91 SOFTWARE 117.00 TECH SUPPLIES 495.00 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 38.51 OFFICIATING 65.(]0 CATERING SUPPLIES ~; 554.98 SUPPLIES *" 939.98 REIMBURSEMENT 17.16 SUPPLIES 84.99 DEBTOR COLLECTION FEE - 260.00 SUPPLIES 1.400.00 EQUIPMENT 6.469.00 SUPPLIES 159.34 SUPPLIES 1.519.40 SUPPLIES 651.00 SERVICES 2.415,31 SERVICES = 960.00 TUITION 325.00 FOOD 25.478.61 ENTRY FEES 100.00 SUPPLIES 2.881.00 UNIFORMS 4.168.20 SUPPLIES 500.00 LEGAL RECORDING FEES 42.00 GREEN FEES 2.573.00 SERVICES 1.341.96 OFFICIAL 1i5.00 SERVICE 192.01 SUPPLIES 13.483.64 FUEL 53.91 EQUIPMENT 3.000.00 ENTRY FEES 135.00 SERVICES 1.732.83 SERVICES 534.75 SERVICES 500.00 SUPPLIES 785.78 SUPPLIES 325.00 650.675.70 (NAPS)--In May, families with children under age 5 can get a head start on Orlando's must-see attractions and sea- sonal benefits. 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