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2B The Graphic-Advocate LEGALS
October 15, 2014
City of Rockwell City
City of Rockwell City
October 6, 2014
Mayor Heinlen called the meeting to order
with the following members present: Lange,
Hepp, Walters, Dawson and Hendricks.
Motion by Walters, second by Lange,
approving the agenda; unanimous.
Motion by Lange, second by Hendricks, to
approve the consent agenda of the Sept. 16
meeting minutes and Wine Permit for Parkside
Flowers, unanimous.
Pat Essing & Judy Howrey asked the City
Council to consider selling a portion of the pond
property, part of the North West corner. The
council asked that they mark the proposed area
and there would be further discussion at the
next council meeting.
The council discussed the purchase of the
lots North of the Library/ Community Center.
The Mayor will discuss the cost of the property
with the owner.
There was discussion on hail damage due
to the storm June 30. The City asked five local
companies to bid repairs to damaged property.
Only Hahn Roofing returned bids on the
projects. The council discussed how to proceed
with repairs on the Library/Community Center
roof and will sign paperwork to move forward.
Motion by Hendricks, second by Hepp to
appoint Janet Haub to the Library Board of
Trustees, unanimous. She will replace Mary
Smith.
Motion by Lange, second by Dawson to pay
for City employee flu shots, unanimous.
The Council told the Clerk to have the
Fairboard remove building rubble from their RV
Park prior to November 1, 2014. The City has
received numerous complaints.
The City received a complaint that the
evergreens at 747 Tonawanda are a driving
visual hazard. The Mayor will ask the owner to
remove the trees.
The Council wants to congratulate South
Central Calhoun Elementary School on the
Blue Ribbon Award they received due to their
excellence in education.
There was discussion on mowing bills sent
to 327 South Street. Lowell Stoolman, Public
Works Supervisor verified that City had mowed
the property twice. The Council will require that
mowing charges to be paid as billed.
Stoolman asked the Council to consider
hiring ACT Company to consult the City on
sample testing and other procedures to assist
in negotiations with DNR pertaining to the
Wastewater Permit. The Council told Stoolman
to have ACT Co. attend the next meeting for
further discussions.
Stoolman told the council that the approved
hydrants and valves had been installed the prior
week.
The Council said that the race car season
was over and that race cars were required
to be stored out of site. Mayor Heinlen called
for further business and, with none, motion
by Hendricks second by Lange to adjourn
the meeting at 8:08PM; unanimous. Next
meeting Monday, October 20, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
Warrants 56667-56773
Attest: Phil R. Heinlen, Mayor
Kelly Smidt, City Clerk
ACCO, REPAIRS.................................1,279.41
AFLAC, INSURANCE.............................449.30
ALLIED INSURANCE, REPAIRS........2,681.93
GECRB/AMAZON, BOOKS/DVDS.........395.59
BAKER & TAYLOR, BOOKS..................421.99
BOMGAARS, REPAIRS.........................449.08
BROWN SUPPLY, REPAIRS....................10.00
CALHOUN COUNTY REPUBLICANS,
CC DEPOSIT REFUND....................120.00
CALHOUN COUNTY TREASURER,
DRAINAGE TAX/
DANGEROUS BLDG........................551.00
CARLSON AUTOBODY & REPAIR,
VEHICLE REPAIRS..........................240.42
CARROLL REFUSE SERVICE,
SOLID WASTE COLLECTION.......7,553.36
CENTER POINT PUBLISHING,
LARGE PRINT BOOKS.......................41.94
CHAMPION CHRYSLER,
VEHICLE REPAIR.............................208.39
COLLEEN MCCURDY,
CC DEPOSIT REFUND......................60.00
COMPASS MINERALS AMERICA,
SOFTNER SALT............................6,395.88
DAVID AHLRICHS,
CUSTODIAL CONTRACT.................320.00
DRAPERIES PLUS, POSTAGE...............29.44
DULTMEIER SALES, REPAIRS.............554.83
EFTPS, FED/FICA TAX.......................7,706.09
EQUITABLE FINANCIAL CO,
DEFERRED COMP.............................80.00
FELD FIRE, MAINTENANCE...................31.06
FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516,
REPAIRS..........................................478.40
FORT DODGE ASPHALT,
CONTRACT-STREET...............165,574.44
GALLS/QUARTERMASTER,
CLOTHING ALLOWANCE................227.89
GARDNER MEDIA, BOOKS..................104.19
HALEY EQUIPMENT,
MOWER/ REPAIRS........................7,886.54
HALEY EQUIPMENT, REPAIRS..............15.27
IA SMALL ENGINE CENTER,
MOWER REPAIRS..............................58.33
IA OFFICE SUPPLY, INC,
OFFICE SUPPLIES..........................310.09
IOWA D.O.T., SNOW FENCE.................227.32
IOWA DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES,
ANNUAL WATER USE FEE................99.00
IPERS, IPERS.....................................5,310.99
KELTEK INC, LIGHT BAR...................2,318.56
KERSTEN BROWNLEE HENDRICKS LL,
ATTORNEY FEES..........................1,012.50
LARRY SCHOOP, REIMB-MEALS...........26.97
LIBRARIANS CHOICE, BOOKS............131.07
LOWELL STOOLMAN,
CLOTHING ALOWANCE..................119.97
MANSON PUBLIC LIBRARY,
SUBSCRIPTION................................90.00
MARTIN HILDRETH CO, SEPTEMBER
GRAVE OPENINGS.......................1,210.00
MEDIACOM, DIGITAL EQUIPMENT..........4.24
MID-AMERICAN PUBLISHING CORP,
AD/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS..............342.74
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY,
GAS/ELECTRIC............................7,917.21
MONGAN PAINTING,
PAINT CLARIFIER.......................16,380.00
MOORHOUSE READY MIX,
REPAIRS.......................................1,053.00
MYRNA MILLER,
CC DEPOSIT REFUND......................60.00
NORTH CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL,
INMATE LABOR...............................130.00
POSTMASTER, POSTAGE/BILLS.........248.56
SAMANTHA GANGELHOFF,
METER DEPOSIT REFUND.............125.00
SARA BLOCK, CC DEPOSIT REFUND...60.00
SENSUS TECHNOLOGIES,
ANNUAL SUPPORT.......................1,570.34
SHURLENE MILLER,
METER DEPOSIT REFUND.............125.00
STAR ENERGY, FUEL........................ 2,111.22
SWANSON HARDWARE, SUPPLIES....331.06
TRANS-IOWA EQUIPMENT INC,
SWEEPER REPAIRS....................1,244.24
TREASURER-STATE W/H,
STATE TAXES...............................1,507.00
TREASURER-STATE (S.T.),
SALES TAX...................................1,788.00
TRUUE NORTH COMPANIES, LC,
LIFE INS (TN).....................................28.87
TS ELECTRIC, REPAIRS.......................177.90
UNITED BANK OF IOWA,
RETURN CHECK..............................257.61
UNITY POINT CLINIC,
RANDOM DRUG TEST.......................37.00
US CELLULAR, CELLULAR SERVICE....91.99
WEBSTER GLASS CO,
SHIP-INSURANCE REIMB...............351.08
WEISS PLUMBING, REPAIRS...............318.41
WELLMARK BLUECROSS & BLUESHIELD,
HEALTH INSURANCE
PREMIUM....................................15,685.22
WESTRUM LEAK DETECTION INC, 2014
LEAK DETECTION SURVEY.........1,700.00
WINDSTREAM, TELEPHONE............1,696.07
TOTAL.............................................270,123.00
Public Notice
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO
ARTICLE 10 OF ZONING ORDINANCE
UNINCORPORATED AREAS
OF CALHOUN COUNTY
Amend Section 2-LOT WIDTH. Any lot of
record at the time of passage of this Ordinance
having less width than herein required may
be used as provided in this Ordinance with its
side yards reduced to ten percent of the lot
width to eave drop. (correction of spelling and
punctuation)
Delete entire Section 3.6.
Amend Section 6.4-New section would read
“Any open unenclosed steps, ground level
patios or concrete slab driveways may project
into a required yard;” (remove “eaves not more
than (2) feet in width,”)
Public hearing on these changes will be held
at the Conservation Office, 1228 High St.,
Rockwell City, Iowa on October 23, 2014 at
1:30 p.m. Written comments will be received at
the Conservation Office until close of business
on October 22, 2014.
Notice of Hearing
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE
SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public
Hearing to allow input on the proposed Early
Start Date and the implementation of an
Innovative Calendar for the 2015-2016 school
year. The South Central Calhoun Board of
Directors will hear comments at a public
hearing to begin at 7 o’clock pm on Monday,
October 20, 2014, at the SCC Middle School
Media Center, 1000 Tonawanda St, Rockwell
City, Iowa.
Dated this 8th day of October, 2014.
Submitted by Carol A Collins, Board
Secretary
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Notice of Public Meeting
REGION V REGIONAL PLANNING
AFFILIATION
PUBLIC INPUT MEETING
The Region V Regional Planning Affiliation
(RPA) will hold a public information input
meeting, to receive input and comments on
amendment to the FY 2015-2018 Regional
Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP).
Region V includes the following counties:
Calhoun, Hamilton, Humboldt, Pocahontas,
Webster and Wright and the cities of Fort
Dodge and Webster City.
The FY 2015-2018 RTIP is being amended
to update the following projects:
- Amend Bridge project on D46 to increase
project costs and federal funding.
Copies of the FY 2015-2018 RTIP
Amendment are available by contacting Shirley
Helgevold at MIDAS Council of Governments,
(515) 576-7183 ext. 212 or e-mail at
[email protected]
Written comments should be received by
12:00 PM October 28, 2014. Please submit all
written comments to:
Region V Regional Planning Affiliation
602 1st Avenue South
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
or e-mail to: [email protected]
PUBLIC INPUT MEETING
October 29, 2014
2:00 PM
MIDAS Building
602 1st Avenue South
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
If you have any special needs pertaining to
this meeting, please contact Shirley Helgevold,
MIDAS Council of Governments, (515) 5767183 ext. 212.
City of Lake City
Public Notice
PUBLIC NOTICE
Be advised that there will be a public test of
the county voting equipment to be used at this
election. The test will commence at 9:30 a.m.
on Friday, October 17, 2014 and continue until
completion of the required test in the Wellness
Room, basement of the Courthouse, Rockwell
City, Iowa.
Judy Howrey, Calhoun County Auditor and
Commissioner of Elections
NOTICE OF PROPOSED PUBLIC HEARING
ON PROPOSAL TO ENTER INTO A LOAN
AGREEMENT AND TO BORROW MONEY IN
A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT
NOT TO EXCEED $500,000
(GENERAL OBLIGATION)
The City Council of the City of Lake City,
Iowa, will meet on October 20, 2014, at the
City Hall Council Chambers, Lake City, Iowa,
at 6:30 o’clock p.m., for the purpose of holding
a public hearing on the proposal to enter into
a loan agreement (the “Loan Agreement”) and
to borrow money in a principal amount not to
exceed $500,000 for the purpose of paying the
cost, to that extent, of advance refunding the
City’s outstanding General Obligation Street
Improvement and Refunding Bonds, Series
2009, dated April 1, 2009.
The Loan Agreement is proposed to be
entered into pursuant to authority contained in
Section 384.24A of the Code of Iowa and will
constitute a general obligation of the City.
At that time and place, oral or written
objections may be filed or made to the proposal
to enter into the Loan Agreement. After
receiving objections, the City may determine to
enter into the Loan Agreement, in which case,
the decision will be final unless appealed to the
District Court within fifteen (15) days thereafter.
By order of the City Council of the City of
Lake City, Iowa
City of Lake City
Lake City Council Proceedings
October 6, 2014
These minutes are as recorded by the City
Administrator/Clerk and are subject to Council
approval at the next Council Meeting.
The City Council of Lake City, Iowa met in
regular session on Monday, October 6, 2014 at
6:30 p.m. at the Council Chambers. Mayor Gary
Fahan presided with the following members
present: Bellinghausen, Filmer, and Brandon
Blair. Absent: Chris Blair, Tami Green. Pledge
of Allegiance was recited.
Motion by Filmer, second by Bellinghausen,
to approve the consent agenda consisting of
the agenda, minutes from Sept. 22nd council
meeting, claims list and Treasurer’s Report.
MCU
Mayor Fahan opened the Public Hearing at
6:31 pm to discuss the status of funding for the
water treatment improvement project to install 4
cell horizontal iron/manganese pressure filters,
building and piping modifications, electrical
controls, constructing a new well and well
piping.
General description of accomplishments
to date: Project is complete which included
installation of 4 cell horizontal iron/manganese
pressure
filters,
building
and
piping
modifications, electrical controls, well, and well
piping complete.
Summary of expenditures to date: $404,250
has been expended in CDBG and $486,458.69
has been expended in local funds. Total
expended to date $890,708.69.
General description of remaining work: No
work is remaining.
General description of changes made to the
project budget, performance targets, activity
schedules, project scope, location, objectives
or beneficiaries: The original project was to
make improvements to City’s water system;
the project was amended to include drilling a
replacement well. The entire project would
benefit all the residents of Lake City.
The City received $404,250 in CDBG funds
from IEDA. Project completion date was
extended from November 30, 2013 until June
30, 2014.
Total cost originally estimated at $808,500
($404,250 CDBG and $404,250 Local). Project
total cost $890,708.69.
The City has contracted FOX Engineering
to provide engineering services for the
project. The original contract amount was for
$119,000, plus $2,200 for bid documents plus
reimbursables. There was a change order to
include CDBG grant contract provisions and a
second change order to add engineering fees
for well project in the amount of $47,900 plus
$1,100 for bid documents plus reimbursables.
The final contract amount was $170,200.
Final engineering cost with reimbursables
$178,335.75 (Well preliminary and final design
costs, $25,900 paid for by City prior to adding to
CDBG contract.)
The City has contracted with MIDAS Council
of Governments to provide grant administration.
The original contract amount was for not to
exceed $18,000. No change orders have been
executed. Final costs $7,238.
Grundman and Hicks L.L.C. is the contractor
responsible for the water treatment plant
improvements. The original contract amount
was $442,000. There were 4 change orders for
$7,493.66 which included addition of 8” gate
valve on the new finished water piping along
the west side of the treatment plant building,
revision of the chemical feed piping and valve
requirements, replacement of existing electrical
junction box, painting of the 8” overhead raw
water line, and ceiling, concrete testing and
door replacement. The final contract amount
was $449,493.66 all which has been paid to
date.
Charles Sargent Irrigation, Inc is the
contractor responsible for drilling the well.
The original contract amount was $280,506.
There have been 2 change orders for with a
net decrease of $8,450. Change orders “aqua
jet” the screened portion of the well and then
chemically treat that portion, reduced quantity
of 16-inch O.D. SS wire-Wound Screen used,
added to quantity of 16-inch O.D. casing,
removed seeding, added replacement of door
and frame connecting the filter and electric
rooms, and split the cost of concrete testing
between the City and contractor. The new
contract amount is $272,056 all of which has
been paid.
Person(s) authorized to receive and respond
to citizens proposals, questions and complaints
concerning the proposed (funded) activities will
be:
Shirley Helgevold
MIDAS Council of Governments
602 1st Avenue South
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
(515) 576-7183 ext. 212
Board of Supervisors
Board of Supervisors
Calhoun County Courthouse
Rockwell City, Iowa
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County
met with the following members present:
Jacobs, Nicholson and Hoag, Sr.
Agenda additions: none
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded
by Hoag, Sr. to approve the agenda. Ayes all.
Motion carried.
The minutes of the last meeting were read.
It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by
Nicholson to approve the minutes. Ayes all.
Motion carried.
It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded
by Nicholson to approve the following reports:
August report of Donna Geery, Clerk of District
Court, and Quarterly report of Calhoun County
Historical Society, and also the following
Township reports of Summary Statement of
Receipts and Disbursements for FY 13/14 for:
Butler, Calhoun, Cedar, Center, Elm Grove,
Greenfield, Jackson, Lake Creek, Lincoln,
Logan, Reading, Sherman, Twin Lakes, Union
and Williams. Garfield Township has not filed.
Ayes all. Motion carried.
Bill Jurries, Custodial Supervisor, met with the
Board concerning estimates for repairs from the
hail damage on June 30. Bill also discussed the
purchase of a vee plow to install on the pickup
for snow removal. It was moved by Hoag, Sr.
and seconded by Nicholson to approve the
purchase from Hiway Truck Equipment, Inc.,
Fort Dodge, for a Boss 7-6 Steel Vee Plow for
$5,750. Ayes all. Motion carried.
Ron Haden, Engineer, and B.J. Musselman,
Maintenance Supervisor, met with the Board to
update them on Secondary Road projects.
Mary Gidel and Peg Rosenboom, Twin
Lakes Restoration Board, met with the Board
concerning the feasibility study at Twin Lakes.
Also present was Pam Anderson, Director,
Economic Development.
Leisa
Mayer,
Rolling
Hills
Region
Coordinator, met with the Board concerning
approval of Cherokee County to join the region.
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by
Hoag, Sr. to approve Cherokee County to join
the Rolling Hills Community Services Region.
Calhoun County is one of six counties in favor.
Ayes all. Motion carried.
Brian Bloome, Engineer, I&S Group, met with
the Board to discuss wetland determinations on
JT DD #173-67, and a proposal from Grigg’s
Environmental Strategies, Inc. for wetland
determinations for an estimated cost for
performing services at $2,750. No final decision
was made.
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by
Hoag, Sr. to adjourn until Tuesday, October 7,
2014 at 9:00 a.m. for their next regular Board
meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried.
Scott Jacobs, Chairman
Judy Howrey, Auditor
Gary Nicholson
Dean G. Hoag, Sr.
Person(s) available and able to provide
technical assistance to groups representative
of low- and moderate-income persons in
preparing and presenting their proposals for the
request and use of federal funds.
MIDAS Council of Governments
602 1st Avenue South
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
(515) 576-7183
Motion-Bellinghausen, second-Filmer to
close the public hearing at 6:33 pm. MCU.
Steve Meyer addressed the council regarding
his water bill which showed high consumption.
He checked for leaks and none were found.
Usage has gone back down to normal.
Discussion was held and council advised to pay
normal bill and monitor for the next 6 months,
and if nothing else reoccurs, council will revisit
the situation at that time. 2-Ayes, 1-Nay. Motion
carried.
Motion-Bellinghausen, second Brandon
Blair to approve the building permits at 402 S.
Michigan St., and 826 Illinois. MCU
Council held discussion regarding the
building permit at 1400 N. Garfield. MotionBellinghausen, second Filmer to approve the
building permit and waiver as long as water
and sewer agreement proposed was agreed
to. MCU
Resolution #2014-22 – Approving amended
proposal agreement with Signature Aquatics.
Motion-Filmer,
second-Bellinghausen
to
approve contingent upon the conditions stated
by FEH Associates. Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Filmer,
Bellinghausen, Brandon Blair. Nays-none.
MCU.
Discussion was held with Bonding
Representative Scott Stevenson of D.A.
Davison regarding proposed refinancing of
the 2009 bonds which would result in a net PV
savings of $18,539.69, along with a revised
repayment plan for the LOST funding portion
which will result in a smaller increase in the debt
service levy.
Resolution #2014-23 – Setting Public
Hearing for NTD $500,000 GO Refunding
Bonds for the purpose of refinancing the 2009
bonds. Motion-Filmer, second-Bellinghausen
to approve Resolution 2014-23. Roll Call Vote:
Ayes-Filmer, Brandon Blair, Bellinghausen.
MCU.
D.A.Davison representative Stevenson also
advised the council of the city’s requirements
regarding annual filings and proposed a
dissemination agent agreement. Discussion
was held. Motion-Bellinghausen, second-Filmer
to approve should City Administrator/Clerk not
be able to complete this report. MCU.
CA advised the council on the office
acquisitions for the Assistant to the City
Administrator position, and requested approval
to proceed with replacement of the carpet at
the Billing Clerk’s work area with tile and/or
adequate hard surface material. Council gave
direction to proceed with project.
Kendall Holm was not available for this
council meeting to discuss load charge for the
chipper. Council tabled until Kendall is available
for additional input.
Library
Director
Michelle
Deluhery
approached the council with her concerns
regarding the lawn in front of the library
building. The depth of the area of the lawn is
not sufficient to establish grass and instead the
area ends up as weeds. Library Board would
like council to consider pouring cement. Further
discussion was held. Public Works Director
Janssen will get costs estimates for tearing up
and paving as well as just the paving with the
city completing the tearing up. Estimates will be
brought to council for further discussion.
Council
held
discussion
regarding
communication and disbursing information in a
concise manner as well as what may or may not
be public information in regards to personnel
issues.
There being no further business, a motion
was made by Filmer, and seconded by
Bellinghausen to adjourn at 7:57 p.m. MCU.
Gary Fahan, Mayor Lee A. Vogt, City
Administrator/Clerk
CLAIMS REPORT
VENDOR, REFERENCE................... AMOUNT
ACCO UNLIMITED CORP,
CHLORINE.........................................757.10
BAKER & TAYLOR INC., BOOKS..........199.59
BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS,
SUBSCRIPTION.................................20.00
MICHELLE BLAIR, PAINTING.................80.00
BOOKPAGE, ANNUAL FEE.....................60.00
LYNN BOYD, REIMBURSEMENT...........20.02
CARROLL CLEANING SUPPLY,
SUPPLIES............................................98.50
CAL. CO. VARIETY STORE,
SUPPLIES............................................26.93
CENTER POINT PUBLISHING,
BOOKS...............................................113.20
CULLIGAN OF IDA GROVE,
SUPPLIES...........................................41.50
DAISY HAULING, SEPT HAULING....9,499.20
DANIEL CONSTRUCTION, LLC,
REPAIRS.........................................3,101.05
DANNETTE ELLIS, CLEANING.............700.00
DON’S PEST CONTROL, SPRAY CB.....44.00
DREES COMPANY, REPAIRS...............647.33
EFTPS, FED/FICA TAX.......................3,635.66
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING,
PAGERS..........................................1,223.81
EMPLOYERS MODERN LIFE CO,
PREMIUM............................................60.40
FELD FIRE, REPAIRS............................177.83
GALE, BOOKS.........................................70.17
GARY FAHAN, NW IA LEAGE.................15.00
GRAPHIC-ADVOCATE, RENEWAL.........36.00
IA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION,
PLOW BLADES.................................168.45
IA DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES,
ANNUAL WTR USE.............................99.00
IA LIBRARY SERVICES-CENTRAL OF,
DATABASE SUBSCRIPTION FEE..... 111.35
IA OFFICE SUPPLY, SUPPLIES............297.08
IA SECTION AWWA REGION 3,
TRAINING............................................40.00
IA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT,
QUARTERLY
UNEMPLOYMENT TAX.......................85.22
IMWCA,
WORKERS COMPENSATION.......1,388.00
INFINITY TRUST, PREMIUM.................222.93
IPERS, POLICE IPERS.......................4,608.16
IVY’S SPARKLE AND CLEAN WINDOW,
WINDOWS...........................................35.00
L.C. HARDWARE, SUPPLIES...............104.19
L.C. PUBLIC LIBRARY,
PETTY CASH/POSTAGE.....................32.76
LEON HENDRICKS,
METER READING.............................300.00
MACKE MOTORS,
SHIPING/SERVICE..............................83.08
MARCI DUNCAN,
POSTAGE/SUPPLIES..........................67.23
MICHELLE JOHNSON, CLEANING........65.00
MICHELLE DELUHERY,
AMES LIBRARY...................................84.75
MID AMERICA PUBLISHING,
ADS/LEGALS.....................................158.00
MORROW’S STANDARD,
FUEL/SERVICE/SUPPLIES...............690.96
OVER HEAD DOOR CO., REPAIRS......230.86
POSTMASTER,
WATER BILLS/POSTAGE.................352.43
SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN,
COPY PAPER....................................302.76
THE FAMILY HANDYMAN,
SUBSCRIPTION..................................14.98
TREAS. STATE OF IA (ST),WATER/
SEWER/POOL SALES TAX............1,155.00
TREASURER STATE OF IOWA,
STATE TAX......................................1,199.00
US CELLULAR,
CELLULAR SERVICE........................259.03
VISA, BOOKS/
LODGING/SUPPLIES.....................1,468.40
WELLMARK,
HEALTH INSURANCE....................7,698.20
WILKINS NAPA PARTS,
PARTS/SUPPLIES.............................391.74
WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATI,
TELEPHONE/INTERNET...................440.84
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE..........42,781.69
PAYROLL CHECKS...........................11,645.85
REPORT TOTAL................................54,427.54