Paid for by taxpayers in…
West Des Moines
(paid during the week of April 18)
For: Purchase of books for the West Des Moines Public Library.
To: Louise Alcorn, Library steering committee member
For: Reimbursement for travel expenses to library technology conferences in St. Paul, Minn, and Washington D.C. including mileage, meals, drinks and registration.
To: Arrow Stage Lines, (Norfolk, Neb.)
For: Payment for services, bus rental and fuel for the Senior Day Trip, "Mystery Trip," to Elkhorn on April 12 through the Parks and Rec Department.
To: Audiovisual Company (Lenexa, Kan.)
For: Purchase of a carousel installation and hardware, plus training and a maintenance agreement through Jeff Dumermuth with Westcom.
To: Acme Printing Company
For: Printing and mailing of West Des Moines Spring & Summer 2011 magazine (issue #24).
To: ADT Security Systems Inc. (Pittsburgh, Penn.)
For: Payment for alarm installation at the maintenance department.
To: Josalynn Agnew
For: Payment for contracted services to facilitate First Step Dance Class – pom pom class this Spring for the Parks and Rec Department.
To: Ahlers & Cooney
For: Payment for services February through March regarding Oakleaf Properties LLC's appeal of the condemnation order.
To: Alert-All Corporation (New Holland, Penn.)
For: Purchase of materials such as junior firefighter stick-on badges, fire safety wiggle bands and stickers for the fire department's Learnaplooza.
To: Brodart Company (Williamsport, Penn.)
For: Purchase of several books for the West Des Moines Public Library.
To: Baker and Taylor Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
For: Purchase of more books for the West Des Moines Public Library.
To: William Carlson (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
For: Payment for trial preparation services regarding the Oakleaf Properties appeal including seven hours of work at $175 per hour and a $396.30 plane ticket.
Salaries and Such
Name Swati A. Dandekar
Title Iowa Senator (D-Marion)
Years experience 8
Annual salary $24,305
With the unanimous approval of the city council, Des Moines Mayor T. M. Franklin Cownie, (R-12), traveled to Washington, D.C., on April 12 for a two-day stay to meet with congressional leaders to discuss City needs at a cost of $1,851 to local tax payers. CV