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Thursday, September 12, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District August 2013 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name A TO Z RENTAL CENTER ABC SIGN &amp; DISPLAY ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES ACOSTA. LILIANA ADVENTURE LIGHTING AGEY. MIKE AND JULIE AGRILAND FS. INC AHLERS & COONEY. PC ALVERIO. KATHLEEN AIERICAN EXPRESS AMES CSD AMES ENVIRONMENTAL INC ANDERSON. STEVE ANKENY COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT APPLE INC ARCHER. MIKE & BARB ASCD AUTO-JET MUFFLER CORP BARKER IMPLEMENT BARTON. RON & TINA BAUER BUILT INC BEELINE & BLUE BIGGER FASTER STRONGER INC SIS CORPORATION BLANKENHAGEN. PAUL AND MELISSA BLUEGRASS PLAYGROUNDS. INC BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC BRANDT. STEPHEN BRILES. ELLYN BYARS. BROOK CALCULATORS. INC. CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST CARPENTER. JOE AND BOBBLE CENGAGE LEARNING CENTURYLINK CLAIMAID COLLABORATIVE LEARNING INC COMMUNICATION INNOVATORS INC COMPANION CORP/KEEPNTRACK COMPETITIVE EDGE. INC CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC DANNCO DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DECKER SPORTING GOODS DEIGNAN. RYAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DES MOINES IND CSD DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA DES M(HNES THEATRICAL SHOP DISNEY DESTINATIONS DOWNEY TIRE SERVICE DUNHAM. FRANK & SALLY DUNN & COMPANY CASTERS EICHHOLZ. JAYNA F.KIUND. SENGT BAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES BAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING eSHIPPING. LLC EUROSPORT EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC FAREWAY STORES FARRIS ENGINEERING FASTSIGNS FC ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTS LLC FIRST CLASS SIGNS FISHER. ERIK FLEETONE LLC FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLOOD. SCOTt & SUSE FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES FRANK= JASON & JEN GAMBLE MUSIC CO GECRB/AMAZON GEURINK= ROBERT & BRENDA GEYER. TIM GIBBONS. HALEY CC)ESER. JAY AND MAIRY GOPHER GRAPHIC EDGE. INC GRAYBAR GTM SPORTSWEAR HACH COMPANY HAIOH SCALLON. MELANIE HALE. ASHLEY HAMMOND & STEPHENS HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC HATCH HATCHrrT, ROBERT HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEARTLAND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS HEWLETr PACKARD HILL. MELISSA HOCKIENBERG EQUIPMENT CO HOUMES CHEVROLET HOPKINS HOUCHEN BINDERY HOWARD. ANDY IDVILLE IHSADA IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES INFOBASE LEARNING INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO INTERSTATE 35 COMM SCHOOLS INTERSTATE MUSIC IOWA ASSN OF SLOG MAINT ENG IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA GIRLS HS ATHLETIC UNION IOWA HS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASSN iPROMOTEu JESTER INSURANCE SERVICES INC JIM'S JOHNS JOHNSON. MARY JOHNSON. STACY JOHNSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST JOHNSTON HS VOCAL MUSIC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JONES. KARA KELLY. MARCIA KESSLER. MARY ANNE KNESS SIGNS KRATZER, SARA KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC LANGHOLZ. REBECCA LARSON. CHRIS LASER RESOURCES LEARNING POST. THE LEHMANN. JASON & TRACY LIIBRAIY VIDEO COMPANY LORENZ CORPORATION. THE MAKE MUSIC INC MARTENSDALE-ST MARYS SCHL DIST MARTINEZ. RODNEY MASTERWORKS PRESS MCCARGAR. ROB MCGRAW-HILL COMPANES MCLUEN. STEVE MEDCO SUPPLY COMPANY MENARDS-DES MOINES MENKE. NICK MERMAJO AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC AMERICAN ENERGY MIO-WEST 31) SOLUTK)NS LLC MIDWEST ACOUSTICAL SUPPLY MIDWEST COMPUTER PRODUCTS MIDWEST VOLLEYBALL WAREHOUSE. INC MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES MOORE MEDICAL CORP MOSS ENTERPRISES INC NASCO NICKYS COMMUNICATOR NI<KEL & ASSOCIATES NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEVVS NORTHWEST AEA NORWALK CSD CASH-ACTIVITY NORWALK CSO GENERAL FUND NOIRWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY NORWALK TIRE & AUTO CENTER NORWALK= CITY OF NSCAA O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC PASCO PE II LLC PEARSON EDUCATION PELZER. AARON PEREZ VAN DAM. CHRISTOPHER PHONAK= LLC PITNEY BOWES INC POINDEXTER FLOORING INC POINT NATIONWIDE LLC POLAR ELECTRO INC EDUCAT DIV POSTMASTER PRAIRIE MUSIC ASSN PREMIER AGENDAS INC PRIMAKOV. ELUAH RANK IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC RBS ACTIVEWEAR REGAL PLASTIC SUPPLY CO RENAISSANCE LEARNING INC REYNOLDS. SYDNIE RIEMAN MUSIC RILEY MOVING AND STORAGE SARGENT-WELCH LLC SCHILLER. DEBRA SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA SCHOOL BUS SALES SCHOOL MATE SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SCIENTIFIC SPECIALTIES SCOTT'S FOODS SECURITY LOCKSMITHS Descron EQUIPMENT RENTAL MAGNETIC SIGNS SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES LEGAL SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES CONSTRUCTION SERVICES MUSICAL ARRANGEMENTS SERVICES . EQUIPMENT NP TRANSP REIMB INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REFUND SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICES NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES TELEPHONE FEES SOFTWARE SUPPLIES SOFTWARE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES COPIER LEASE SUPPLIES SERVICES PERMITS SP ED TUITION ADS SUPPLIES DUES/FEES SERVICE NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS CREDIT CARD EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT SHIPPING CHARGES SUPPLIES HVAC SERVICES SUPPLIES ENGINEERING SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMS FUEL SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT TEXTBOOKS NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB REIMBURSEMENT SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT NP TRANSP REIMB SUPPLIES PARTS SUPPLIES NON PUBLIC TRANS REIMB SERVICES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMS SUPPLIES REPAIR PARTS SUPPLIES BOOK REBINDING MILEAGE SUPPLIES REGISTRATIONS SERVICE SUPPLIES PARTS REIMBURSEMENT BAND SUPPLIES DUES/FEES SERVICES MEDICAID FEES SERVICES SUPPLIES MEMBERSHIP SUPPLIES INSURANCE SERVICES NP TRANSP REIMB REFUND SERVICES REGISTRATION SUPPLIES REIMSURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SOUIPMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT EQUIP MAINTENANCE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMeURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUBSCRIPTION SUPPLIES TUITION & FEES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES NON PUBLIC TRANS REIMB TEXTBOOKS NON PUBLIC TRANS REIMS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SERVICE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES LIBRARY SUPPLIES SUPPLIES PARTS SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE CLASSROOM SUPfLES CONSTRUCTION SERVICES SERVICE DUES/FEES START UP CASH REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE PARTS & SUPPLIES REPAIR SERVICES WATER/SEWER SERVIOE MEMBERSHIP MISC PARTS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TEXTBOOKS REIMBURSEMENT D3 SERVICES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES FEES ENTRY FEE STUDENT SUPPLIES NP TRANSP REIMB CONSTRUCTION SERVICES SUPPtlES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICES SUPPLIES SERVICES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT CLASSROOM SUPPLIES DUES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES Total 52.13 152.53 17.25 900.26 443.30 332.09 1.168.g0 1.783.50 640.55 239.99 658.54 218.00 250.00 295.00 104.380.00 332.09 49.00 32326 8.228.28 332.09 1.005.00 163.91 1.066.16 615.25 332.0g 225.00 1.621.60 125.00 322.00 5.30 3.019.20 3.536.13 11.907.75 332.09 4.432,35 1.304.42 689.34 12.418.50 9.536.00 3.949.10 533.50 223.72 957.09 2.983.21 5.837.65 125.00 26.00 22.973.75 1.692.10 495.00 200.00 63.43 332.09 590.20 640.55. 800.00 3.294.82 1.646.65 61.44 49.90 532.24 685.61 3.216.82 245.00 945.00 90.00 16.76 2.879.00 62.40 149.01 3.052.47 640.55 1.309.26 498.11 810.96 6.123.13 996.26 29.61 125.00 332.0g 1.418.00 11.44629 104.33 6.428.00 175.43 21.00 9966 136.08 435.76 6.268.50 99626 3.45 37.105.75 9.632.00 332.09 3.170.92 1.183.61 134.94 191,00 80.60 128.00 145.00 59.00 1.535.35 12.72 7.816.75 40.988.00 110.00 1.072.56 7.79120 1.738.00 10.680.00 20.808.80 150.00 6.172.51 379.064.00 200.00 166.5 50.00 6.636.12 250.00 26.60 216.97 996.26 640.55 176.00 257.17 600.00 332.09 176.60 2.043.84 25.66. 332.00 392.78 79.95 495--0 40,838.30 21 _00 320.00 640.55 1 A41,97 996.26 2.939.26 1,662.41 233.26 80.00 32.750.01 325.00 5658 2.758.34 801:78 1.271.04 299.50 1.200.00 385.80 230.00 380.86 739.00 15.91 3.000.00 228.50 819.00 32334 18.16 g.075.63 85.00 2275 2.637.78 239.04 965.00 214.00 17.524.04 70.48 650.00 3.703.39 180.00 13.983.00 .523.34 1.212J06 46.00 250.60 4.8555 332.00 786.40 1.323.30 40.58 2.952_00 12500 16.168.62 2.749SO 520,90 332.0S 535OO 3 O890O 184.62 150,90 160_10 1.$1S.00 143,93 17.50 SERRES. DEEANNA REIMBURSEMENT 375.10 SERVICEMASTER GREEN SERVICES 432.00 SlLEO, PEGGY REFUND 200.00 SLY-MOANINCH. BELINDA REFUND 740.90 SOCIAL STUDIES SC1-1OO4. SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 326.82 SOLUTION TREE SUPPLIES 8.177.00 SOPER. RENEE NP TRANSP REIMS • 640.55 " SOUTHEAST WARREN SCHOOL DIST REIMBURSEMENT 8.630.75 SPECK USA SERVICES 1,020,00 SPORTS PAGE OF ALTOONA SUPPLIES 1.900.00 STANLEY. BRUCE & STACIE NON PUBLIC TRANSP REIMS 640.55 STROH. DONNA REIMBURSEMENT 640.55 SWIFT, DAN & ERIN REIMBURSEMENT 640.55 T & T SPRINKLER SERVICE INC SERVICES 128.71 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 1.44g.58 TAYLOR. SHEILA REIMBURSEMENT 21.00 TEACHER'S DISCOVERY SUPPLIES 477.96 THILGES. JOHN AND CATHY REIMBURSEMENT 332.09 THOMAS BUS SALES OF ICNVA INC EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 169.44 TODD & SARA SETTLE REIMBURSEMENT 640.55 TURTLE. DAVID & MELISSA NON PUBLIC TRANSP REIME 640.55 UNITES ART SUPPLIES 1.826.82 UNITY POINT - DES MOINES ATC SERVICES 5.000.00 URBANDALE CSD STUDENT TUITION 8.254.80 VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS UNIFORMS 194.50 VILLAGGIO SUPPLIES 500.00 WARDS NTRL SCIENCE ESTABLISHME INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 1.55S.12 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 472.76 WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD ADM CLAIMS FEE 2.280.00 WELTER STORAGE EQUIPMENT 23.663.00 WENGER CORPORATION SUPPLIES 3.076.00 WESLEY WOODS CAMP RESERVATION FEES 150.00 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 19.452.28 WEST MUSIC SUPPLIES 6,g08.23 WINDSTAR LINES. INC TRANSPORTATION 2.446.22 WOODMAN CONTROLS SERVICES 896.17 WORTHINGTON DIRECT SUPPLIES 830.30 YOUNADAM, BETH REIMBURSEMENT 50.00 ZUG. CHRISTOPHER NP TRANSP REIMB 209 1.105.407.91 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CUMMING Regular Council Meetirg 8/12/2013 To be Approved at 8/26/2013 Meeting The Regular City Council Meeting of the City of Cumming was held at Cumming City Hall 649 N. 44 th St. on Monday, August 12, 2013. The Meeting was called to Order at 7:00 RM. by Mayor Tom Becker. Present at Roll Call: Dave Cheisvig, Ed Harkin, Anita Enos, Peggy Koch. Absent: Jean Late. Motion made by Koch, Seconded by Chelsvig to Approve the Agenda. Approved 4-0. Consent Items Motion made by Harkin, Seconded by Chelsvig to approve Consent items: 7/22/ 13 Council Mooting Minutes, 7/9/13 Park & Rec Meeting Minutes, July 2013 Wage & Contribution Report, 8/8/13 Accts Payable Acct Ledger. Approved 4-0. Expenditures: Cardmember Service Software/Phones/Recording Fees 591.23 Century Link PhoneJInternet 165.25 City of Des Moines WRA Payment 591.76 City of Nonmalk Library Payment 4081.00 Clerk Wages 7/15/13-7/28/13 678.12 IPERS "July 2013 321.32 Jim's Johns Porta Potty/Sewer Pumping 2245.00 Kirk Ford Mowing 525.00 MidAmedcan Energy Service 152.56 N/Warren Town News Publishing 164.30 Safe Building Compliance Building Inspections 1734.91 Skinner Law OffiCe PC June/July Legal Fees 2872.40 Voonstre & Kimm Phase II Sewer Design 2410.00 Voonstra & Kimm Sewer Ext General Service 600.00 Voonstre & Kimm Sewer Ext Resident Review 949.95 Warren Co Econ Dev 2013 Fee 789.75 Waste Connections July Garbage Service 2143.00 Total $21,015.55 Reports: Park & Rec: Next meeting will be held 5/13/13. New black t-shirts need looked at due to printing problems. Action Items A. Motion by Harkin, Seconded by Koch to approve Ordinance 2013-03 First Reading - An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Cumming, Iowa by Amending Provisions Pertaining to the Compensation of the Council. Approved 3-1. Ayes: Harkin, Chelsvig, KOCh. Nays: Enos. B. Motion by Harkin, Seconded by Koch to approve Ordinance 2013-04 First Reading - An Ordinance Amending the Cede of Ordinances of the City of Cumming, Iowa by Amending Previsions Pertaining to the Compensation of the Mayor. Approved 3-1. Ayes: Harkin, Chelsvig, Koch. Nays: Enos. C. Motion by Harkin, Seconded by Chelsvig to approve using WarrenCounty Oil for propane for the 2013-2014 season. Approved 4-0. D. No action was taken on the alleyway between N. 43 ' Street and N. 44 = Stroot. A mooting will be set up betwoon the landowners that are adjacent to the al. E. No action was taken on adding pool cevere as a viable safety option instead of fencing. Discussion Items • Moratorium with West Des Moines was discussed. The Mayer showed a current map of the area that is under discussion to be included in the morato- dum. More work will be done by the attorney's of both cities. • Hidng someone to fill in for the Clerk when she is out will be on the agenda as an action item for the next meeting.The Clerk will write a job descdption to be used. • General discussion was held on how garbage and recycling was going. Informational Items • Road construction should begin dunng the week of August 22 '<. It will start at N. 35=' street and move into other parts of the city. Two different crews will be working, one doing patching, and the other doing the seal coat. • The Floodplain meeting attended by Anita was to discuss the ulxlating of the floodplain map. • The Mayor attended the open house for the new YMCA in Indianola • The Mayor attended a meeting regarding "Sister Cities" will other Mayors from Des Moines and surrounding communities. Interesting fects: our city is known by others for The Cumming Tap, Ted Lare's and Howell Tree Farm. UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETING: August 26, 2013, 7:00 pm at City Hall Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Harkin to Adjoprn at 7:47pm. Approved 4-0. Tom Becker, Mayor Attest: Rachelle Swisher, City ClerWTreasurer PHOTO PRINTING is a full commercial printer. Call us for your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, magazines, Free Estimates. newsletters, books, etc. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047 J 515-989-3251 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUEST OF PUBLIC BIDS FOR DEMOLITION & NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Directors of the Norwalk Community School District is taking sealed bids for the demolition of school buildings and structures located at 906 School Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa. Notice is hereby given that there are on file with the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Norwalk, Iowa, Community School District, the proposed plans, specifications, and form of contract for demolition of the following school building and structures: The work consists of demolishing, removing and disposing of the following struc- tures: • 12,408 sq. ft., 3 stow, full mason W building, including building foundation, underground and fill haft-basement area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1924 traditional brick schoolhouse) • 2,817 sq. ft., 1 story, full masonry building addition, including building foun- dation and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1952 brick addition to schoolhouse) • Excavate asphalt parking lot, sidewalks and other associated structures. -1,800 sq. ft., 1 story metal pre-fabricated storage building, including con- crete slab and foundation footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1980 construction) -3,200 sq. ft., 1 stow metal pre-fabncated storage building, including con- crete slab and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. ( 1980 construction) • 1,152 sq.ft., 1 story wood structure building, including foundation footings, and till excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1999 single room wood structure used for preschool) Sealed proposals for the demolition of said structures will be received at the District Administrative Offices located at 380 Wright Road, Norwalk, Iowa 50211 until 11:00 o'clock a.m. on Friday, September 27, 2013 and at such time and place will be opened and publicly read by the Board Secretary. A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, September 16, 2013 at the demolition site located 906 School Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa. A hearing will be conducted thereon at a meeting of the Board of Directors to be held 6:00 pm Monday, September 30, 2013 in the Cafeteria at Lakewood Elementary School, 9210 Happy Hollow Ddve, Norwalk, Iowa at which time and place any person may appear and file objections to the proposed plans, specifi- cations and form of contract for said public improvements. Sealed bids previ- ously received for such Project will be presented to and considered by the Board of Directors immediately after the termination of said hearing. Proposals re- ceived will be acted upon at such time and place or at such later time and place as may then be fixed by the Board of Directors. All work and equipment is to be in accordance with the plans, specifications and contract documents on file with the Board Secretary, which are by this refer- ence made a part of this notice as though fully set out and incorporated herein. Separate Lump-sum bids will be received for: ' Sceee of Work LumD Sum Bid A (old bdck school buildin 9. addition and oarkinn The work consists of demolishing, removing and disposing of the following struc- tures: • 12,408 sq. ft., 3 story, full mason W building, including building foundation, underground and fill haft-basement area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1924 traditional brick school building) -2,817 sq. ft., 1 sto W, full masonry building addition, including building foun- dation and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1952 bdck addition to schoolhouse) -Excavate asphalt parking lot, sidewalks and other assOCiated structures. Scooe of Work Lumo Sum Bid B (Two metal prefabricated storaae buildings) The work consists of demolishing, removing and disposing of the following struc- tures: • -1,800 sq. ft., 1 stow metal pra-fabdcated storage building, including con- crete slab and foundation footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1980 construction) °3,200 sq. ft., 1 stow metal pre-fabdcated storage building, including con- crete slab and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1980 construction) . Scope of Work LumD Sum Bid C (Wood ereschool building) The work consists of demolishing, removing and disposing of the following struc- ture: • 1,152 sq.ft., 1 stow wood structure building, including foundation footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. (1999 single room wood structure used for preschool) Scooe of Work Lumo Sum Bid D which combines the Scope of work for Bid A, R andC: The work consists of demolishing, removing and disposing of the following struc- tures: o12,408 sq. ft., 3 stow, full masonry building, including; building foundation, underground and fill haft-basement area to ground level with clean fill soil. • 2,817 sq. ft., 1 stow, full masonry building, including building foundation and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. • Excavate asphalt parking lot, sidewalks and other associated structures. - -1,800 sq. ft., 1 story metal pre-fabdcatad storage building, including con- crete slab and foundation footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with dean fill soil. °3,200 sq. ft., 1 sto W metal pre-fabdcated storage builcling, including con- crete slab and footings, and fill excavated area to ground level with clean fill soil. All proposals shall be made on official proposal forms furnished by the School District and must be enclosed in a separate envelope arid plainly identified and addressed to Board Secretary, Norwalk Community School District, Norwalk, Iowa. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a bid bond, certified che cashier's check or certified credit union share draft in a separatesealelenve- lope i n the amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total anlount of the pro- pnsal. The certified check, cashier's check, or certified sham dreft may be cashed, or the bid bond forfeited, and the proceeds retained as penalty if the Bidder fails to execute a contract or file acceptable performance and payment bonds or pro- vide an acceptable certificate of insurance within ten (10) days after the accep- tance of his or her preposal by resolution of tha Board. No bidder may withdraw a proposal within thirty (30) days after the date set for opening bids. Payment of the cost of the project will be made in cash from such fund or funds of the School District as may be lawfully used for said purpose. The Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to re- advertise for new bids and to waive informalities that may be in the best interests of the School District. Published upon order of the Board of Directors of Norwalk Community School District, Norwalk, Iowa. Kate Baldwin Secretary, Board of Directors SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211