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Page Six / N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, September 5, 2013 P IP OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE SALE OF CHOIR ROBES The Board of Directors of the Norwalk Community School District will accept bids for the sale of the following: Deep Purple Choir Robes with Gold Sleeve Insert Quantity (1 Lot of 86) Brand-Colligate Apparel Approximate Age-28-33 years old Fabnc-Robe-Visa 100% Polyester & Sleeve Insert-Imperial Satin 100% Polyester Range of Sizes-Length from 46-59 inches Condition-"Good"-no tears of stains; some need minor repair on zipper stitching Plain Purple Choir Robes Quantity (1 Lot of 78) Brand-Collegiate Cap & Gown (division of Herff Jones, Inc.) Approximate Age-28 years old Fabric-Primo 100% Polyester Range of Sizes-Length from 43-56 inches Condition-"Good'-some need repair of zipper stitching at neck and on the bottom Robes will be sold in their current condition =as is" with no warranties, expressed or implied. They are available to the public for inspection prior to submitting a bid. To make an appointment to view these mbos please contact Mrs. Kim Ward (kward@ norwalk.k12.ia.us) at Norwalk High School, 515-981-4201,8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. To place a bid go to www.govdeals.com/norwalkschools Pickup and delivery will be the responsibility of the buyer and must be com- pleted within 10 days of sale. Payment in full must be remitted to the District before pickup or delivery. The School District reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to accept the bid deemed to be in the best interests of the School Distnct, waiving any infor- mality. If not sold within 60 days of the date available for ~ale, these items shall be disposed of by the District in an appropriate manner. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session August 26, 2013 The meeting was celled to order at 6:00 p.m. Directors Present-Rick Kaul, George Meinecke, and Tom Phillips, Director Absent-Katherine Schmidt and Deb Hobbs. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved recommended Open Enrollment actions. Approved Personnel Changes as listed. Approved the Annual Improvement Goals for 2013-2014 as presented. Approved renewal of Distnct property and liability insurance with Jester Insurance Services and authorized payment of $379,064 for FY14. Approved the contract with Wastown Advertising Media Inc. to provide video and sound production services dunng the 2013 football season. Approved the contract with DJ Chris Van Dam to provide DJ services for the High School Homecoming dance on September 14, 2013. Approved the State Teen Driving Grant Apl~icetion sponsored by State Farm Insurance. Acknowledged receipt of bids for asbestos abatement at the 906 School Avenue building and authonzed administration to proceed with the project as determined at the subcommittee meeting to be held on August 30, 2013. Approved the contract with Bishop Engineedng for the Site Plan and Bid Document preparation f0r.theParking Lot Extension Project at 380 Wdght Road. -Approve the 3-Year agreement with Bradford Child Care Services to pro- vide before and after school child care services at the Oviatt Elementary facility. Approved Stepping StOnes Preschool's request to add a third session of Voluntary 4-Year Old Preschool programming for 2013-2014 to be funded by State Preschool cerryover reserved fund balance. The meeting was adjourned at 7:10 p.m." Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL towa Dapeam=~ of ~ A,.~.~T.-g;,-,u ...... u~=o. -- C-.;-, C r-lW Um .w & r...p.~ :_.;.;.;.2 -=- Ct...:-7. ,~ T.-- ~.. F'. :2:2 "~ ~'*.~i/mot ~,,eke General D~t~ Fundn~ C. . ,=~ Fuml ,.;.,,.. - ,~i=~,,,~ ,~dUionai delaiis are available at: NaWs to the flnsndei sml~sen~ if any: OFFICIAL PUBLICATION A Cfi vifi e s Corrective excerpt from the August 1,2013 regular city council meeting: Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Leto to approve the consent agenda including: tax abatement applications; liquor license for Variety the Children's ~1~ Charity; block party applications for Parkhill Drive and Bluestem Road; and ex- at the NORWALK penditures. Motion carried unanimously. ACME TOOLS SUPPLIES $363.98 ALl EDU/TRAINING $536.50 _ ANDREA JOHNSON REFUND $69.00 ANGI JOHNSON REFUND $58.00 ANIMAL RESLEAGUE INTAKE ANIMAL $300.00 BCC RE APPRAISAL APPRAISAL $1,800.00 10.~1 North .ave. 981-0217 BRICK GENTRY PC CONSULTANT FEE $1,267.50 I CAROL MARTINEZ REFUND $39.75 Saturday, Sept. 7 CARPENTER UNIFORM UNIFORM ALLOW $482.93 Baby & Me, 9 a.m. Join us for Baby and Me early CASEYS GENERAL MDSE RESALE $610.08 CERTIFIED POWER INC REPAIR $535.88 literary class which includes lapsit stories, finger plays ciTY LAUNDERING CO BLDG MAINT $78.83 and songs, all designed for babies. Care providers CITY OFWDM WESTCOM OPEN $78.694.00 CONST a AGGREGATE SUPPLIES $147.38 should bring a soft blanket to lay their baby on during INSTALL OF IA BLDG MAINT $530.20 class. Parents, expect full interaction with your little ones CRA PAYMENT CENTER REPAIRS $857.88 DANIELLE GIDEON REFUND $34.50 and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can DAWN WASER REFUND $34.50 use at home. This storytime is designed for a one-one DM WATER WORKS DMWW $1,300.00 or two-one care provider to child ratio and lasts approxi- EDITH BAKLEY REFUND $64.50 ELIZABETH THOMPSON REFUND $29.00 mutely 15 to 20 minutes. Registration required. EMS PROFESSIONALS EQUIPMENT $104.00 Wee Ones, 9:30 a.m. Join us for this early literacy ERICA DAVIS REFUND $34.50 PANNER-ROCKER CO MDSE FOR RESALE $1,096.81 class, designed for walkers up to 22 months. Re stra- FED EX PREPAID PRIORITY $909,85 tion required. FELD EQUIP CO. INC EQUIPMENT $674.85 FUELMASTER EQUIPMENT $71.22 Sunday, Sept. 8 G & L CLOTHING CLOTHING ALLOW $854.76 Library is open! Library Hours now include 1-5 p.m. HALLETT MATERIALS SUPPLIES $321.21 Sundays until Memorial Day. HOLLY LUCAS REFUND $34.50 IACP NET SUBSCRIPTION $250.00 Tuesday, Sept. 10 INDOFFINC SUPPLIES $758.91 Pre-School Story Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For 3-6 year-INTERSTATE BATTERY EQUIPMENT $560.40 IA DEPT OF ADMISS TRAINING $500.00 olds, join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel ~A DEPT OF PUB SAFETYON LINE WARRANTS $1,391.52 boards! Parents, expect some interaction with your little IOWA ONE CALL LOCATES $159.30 IOWA PRISON INDUST SUPPLIES $32.50 ones and helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use JENNA STIEGELMEIER REFUND $33.50 at home. This storyfime is also a good fit for parents JENNIFER LARSON REFUND $79.50 attending with several children and for daycare groups. JILL LARSEN REFUND $34.50 JIM GORSCHE REFUND $80.00 Wednesday, Sept. 11 JULIE AGEY REFUND $34.50 Take a Break, 10-11 a.m. Join us on Wednesdays forJULIE COOK REFUND $39.75 JULIE MCGINNIS REFUND $98.50 this adult/youth collaborative program. Drop by and K~RI MORRISSEY REFUND $25.00 talk with other adults while your kids parfidpate in age- KELTEK INC EQUIPMENT $3,515.19 appropriate literacy centers or activities. Working with KIM BALK REFUND $34.50 KOCH BROTHERS CONTRACT $38.32 the Adult Services Coordinator, partidpants will choose LACEY SKALICKY REFUND $34.50 LAURA JOHNSON REFUND $69.00 how this group works (for example, whether to start a LINDA FOSTER REFUND $69.00 book club, work on curriculum design, explore the li- LISA MCDANIEL REFUND $63.50 brary collection and preview new library materials, etc.). LORI STRUM REFUND $89.08 MARIBETH WRIGHT REFUND $79.50 Ideal for home-schooled families or anyone with c_hi]- MELISSA DAMMEIER REFUND $34.50 dren in their care! MELISSA STOULIL REFUND $63.50 Kindergarten - 1st Grade Book Club, 2-2:45 p.m. MENARDS EQUIPMENT $53.76 MENARDS SUPPLIES $372.57 On the second Wednesday of each month, join us for METRO WASTE AUTH COMPOST/CURB IT FEE$8,490.35 MIKE MYER SERVICES MOWING $360.50 book talks, activities and snacks. Bring what you are MUNICIPAL PIPE SVCS PAYMENT FOR SERV $4,700.00 currently reading or come to get some ideas for new NEW PiG SUPPLIES $509.54 reads. N WARREN TOWN aCTY MINUTES $164.30 NORWALK READY MIX LIMESTONE $1,680.50 Thursday, Sept. 12 PAM KLEEN REFUND $29.50 Toddler Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For ages 18 months to PATRICIA DANIELSON REFUND $34.50 three years, join us for stories, finger plays, songs, and PITNEY BOWLS RENTAL $114.50 REASONER'S GARAGE EQUIPMENT $129.82 flannel boards! Parents, expect lots of interaction with RENEE MULVIHILL REFUND $33.50 your little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy RICKI SEFICK REFUND $162.00 NON MCGEE REFUND $,90.00 skills you can use at home. sara ARNOLD REFUND $103.50 Pajama Story Time, 7-7:30 p.m. Can't make it to a SARA SLEYSTER REFUND $29.00 SECURITY EQUIP BLDG MAINT $348.00 morning storytime or prefer an evening storytime? Stop SHELLEY ALEXANDER REFUND $34.50 by the library for Pajama Storytime! This storytime in- SHERRY FISCELLA REFUND $34.50 cludes flarme] boards, music and stories. Everyone is SHRED IT BLDG MAINT $63.56 SPRINGER PEST BLDG MAINT $68.00 welcome and we meet the 2rid and 4th Thursday of each TARA BADGER REFUND $29.00 month (but just once in November and December). TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES EQUIPMENT $152.25 TRACY SWAR'I-ZLANDER REFUND $39.75 TRISHA STEENHOEK REFUND $33.50 TRUGREEN CHEMLAWN BLDG GROUNDS $202.00 USA BLUE BOOK SUPPLIES $93.87 VERIZON WIRELESS TELECOM $2,907.34 VIDACARE , SUPPLIES $1,201.68 t WASTE MGMT OF ,A SUPPLIES $307.45 PUBLICATION WENDY KALDENBURG REIMBURSEMENT $9.47 ZEE MEDICAL INC SUPPLIES $358.00 ZIEGLER INC. BLDG MAINT $1,606.58 I c~e~ ~.~ GRAND TOTAL $124,953.33 AM Tolmle AGENDA Concluded from p. 1 City to match funds for the construction of said project. 17. Consideration of a Resolution approving a hotel market study with Hospitality Marketers International. 18. Consideration of a Resolution approving an agree- ment with RDG to work with a citizen committee to produce a beautification/streetscape plan for portions of Highway 28. 19. Consideration of a Resolution approving an en- gineering agreement for engineering work related to the Highway 28 trail revitalization with McClure Engineer- ing. 20. Consideration of a Resolution approving the waiver of plat review authority for property generally located at the intersection of Highway 28 and County G24. 21. Update on speed signs for Parkhill Drive. 22. Update on possible agreement with Orchard Place or Meyer Hall in relation to curfew discussion. 23. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 24. Adjournment.