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Thursday, September 19, 2013,N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. .September 6 - 9:45 p.m.: Justin Vanwyk, 28, a.m.: Elizabeth Knott, 86, Altoona (unit 1) and Julia Indianola (unit 1) and Foster, 57, Indianola (unit Brandon Stromer, 29, West 2) both were northbound Des Moines (unit 2) were on Hwy 65/69. Unit 2 was southbound on Hwy 65/ slowing to turn off into a 69. Both vehicles were in private driveway. Unit 1 the left lane due to road did not react in time to work. Unit 2 did not notice miss unit 2 and caused a how much unit 1 had rear end collision. Unit 2 slowed. The front of unit 2 was pushed off into the struck the rear of unit 1. driveway and then slid September 6 - 3:09 intothe ditch. POLICE REPORT Concluded from p. 1 tered vehide and Violation of a School permit. The vehicle was impounded. September 11 Called to the 2000 block of Avery for found prop- erty. A bicycle was located at a residence there and put in storage pending lo- cation of an owner. September 12 Officer initiated a traf- fic stop in the 1700 block of North Avenue. The driver, Derek Baier, 26, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Operating While Intoxicated and Speed. Subject was pro- cessed and transported to the Warren County Jail. Found property was turned in that had been located in the 1200 block of Hunter Drive. Officer at- tempted to make contact with the owner, but was unable to do so; case OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF DUE: STATE OF IOWA 2013 FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2013 GUMMING December 1, 2013 Ba~J Mosiman, CPA Auditor of State State Capitol Building Des IA 50319-0004 , IOWA 16200100300000 City Clerk/Treasurer 649 N 44th St, P0 Box 100 Cumming, IA 50061 {Please correct any error in name, address, and ZIP Code) NOTE - The informalion supplied in ~s report will be shared by the Iowa State AuditoCs Offce, the U.S. Census Bureau, various public interest groups, and State and h~ecal agendes. ALL FUNDS Item descfip on Revenues and Other Financing Sources Taxes levied on prope Less: Uncollected~ear Net current taxes Delin uent ro e taxes TIF revenues ~taxes Licenses and permits Useofmone~ Intergovernmental Charges for fees and service ~dal assessments !Miscellaneous Other financincj.sources Total revenues and other sources Expenditures Public safety Govemmental (a) and Other Financing Uses 227,255 0 227,255 T 0 0 15 393 8,O74 19160 0 0 3,374 294,368 - -.-.- - - -.-.-.-. - 33 321 Public works Health and social services1,178 Culture and recreation 13,1.~~ ~ 5,462 0 0 o 45,992 Total actual (c) 227,25 55 o 227,255 o 20 o 8,074 45,992 Budget 247,671 247,671 1 381 9,500 6 300 16 000 17,000, 34 308,604 V ~ 73,01E 104,200 Communi and economic develo Lornent vemment Debt service ~ts Total govemmental activities ditures Business activities Total ALL expenditures Other financin uses indudin transfers out Total ALL expenditures/And other financing uses Excess revenues and other sources over (Under) Expenditures/And other ~ses ~balance July 1, 2012 ~une 30, 2013 73,583 28,370 25,156 253,275 0 253,275 0 253,275 41 093 124,329 165,422 24 911 24,911 o 24,91 21 08 14,864 5,46; 73 58," 28 370 25,156 253,275 278,186 .o 278,186 118,112 180,28( 12 500 O4,20O 28 96( 291,312 18,5o. oo 309,812 320 564 -11 960 Note - These balances do not include $ held in Pension Trust Funds; $ held in agency funds which were not budgeted and held in non-budgeted intemal service funds; $ held in Private Purpose Trust funds and $ are not available for city operations. Indebtedness at June 30~ 2013 Amount - Omit cents General obligation debt 368 00C Revenue debt TIF Revenue debt L i iiiii!::!:::i i i:iii ii i !ii i i:i i:iill i:iiiiiiiiii il iii iiii:iiiii i:;i iiiill iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:: :ii !iiiiiii i ili :;i ii iiiiiiii i i i iii: iii iliili i iii i iii i ili ii:ii Indebtedness at June 30, 2013 Amount - Omit cents ! o s CERTIFICATION ~debt Short-term debt General obl" ation debt limit $ 2,111 700 THE FOREGOING REPORT IS CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNCWLEDGE AND BELIEF ----'1 Area Code 515 Mark (x) one ~ ~r981 .~g214 ~Extensi n ]Date signed I f closed pending location of owner. Officer initiated a traf- fic stop in the 700 block of Beardslev. The driver, David Hockett, 49, Nor- walk, was arrested and charged with Operating While Intoxicated. Subject was processed and trans- ported to the Warren County Jail. . . ~! i NORWALK I I 105ZNoa Aw 0s].0 7 I - Saturday, Sept. 21 Baby & Me, 9 a.m. Join us for Baby & Me early liter- ary class which includes lapsit stories, finger plays and songs, all designed for babies. Care providers should br mg a soft blanket to lay their baby on during class. Parents, expect full interaction with your little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. This storytime is designed for a 1:1 or 2:1 care provider to child ratio and lasts approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Registration required. Wee Ones, 9:30 a.m. Join us for this early literacy class, designed for walkers up to 22 months. Registra- tion required. Monday, Sept. 23 Friends of the Library, 5:30-6:30 p.m. The purpose of the "Friends of &e Library" is to gather a group of people who will help with fundraisers, give feedback, offer input and advocate for the Library in the commu- nity. This is a working group. "Friends" typically meets on the 4th Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24 Pre-School Story Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For 3-6 year- olds, join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel boards! Parents, expect some interaction with your little ones and helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. This storytime is also a good fit for parents attending with several children and for daycare groups. Craft Night, 6:30-8 p.m. Using guest presenters, this" group explores all kinds of arts and crafts! For enthusi- asts to share their hobby areas and for participants to socialize, try new areas or learn about arts/crafts: Con- tact Mary Kay Johnson if you want to lead a workshop or register as a participant. Tonight, learn ink stamp- ing! Wednesday, Sept. 25 Take a Break, 10-11 a.m. Join us on Wednesdays for this adult/youth collaborative program. Drop by and talk with other adults while your kids participate in age- appropriate literacy centers or activities. Working with the Adult Services Coordinator, participants will choose how this group works (for example, whether to start a book club, work on curriculum design, explore the li- brary collection and preview new library materials, etc.). Ideal for home-schooled families or anyone with chil- dren in their care! 4th- 5th Grade Book Club, 2-2:45 p.m. On the fourth Wednesday of each month, join us for book talks, ac- tivities and snacks. Bring what you are currently read- ing or come to get some ideas for new reads. Thursday, Sept. 26 Toddler Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For ages 18 months to three years, join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel boards! Parents, expect lots of interaction with your little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. Sampler Book Club, 6-8 p.m. This club meets to dis- cuss popular books in particular genre categories. Par- ticipants meet two Thursday evenings every other month. Pajama Story Time, 7-7:30 p.m. Can't make it to a morning storytime or prefer an evening storytime? Stop by the library for Pajama Storytime! This storytime in- cludes flannel boards, music and stories. Everyone is welcome and we meet the2nd and 4th Thursday of each month (but just once in November and December). Friday, Sept. 27 Tweens & Teens, 5-7:30 p.m. Stop by the Library tonight for a showing of Iron Man 3 (rated PG-13). Par- ticipants must have a permission slip signed by a par- ent or guardian. What art offers is space -a certain breathing room for the spirit. -John Updike . G