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CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, MAY 6, 2019
REGULAR MEETING, CITY COUNCIL
MAYOR JAMES P. BROWN PRESIDING
The City Council of the City of Cedar
Falls, Iowa, met in Regular Session, pursuant to law, the rules of said Council and
prior notice given each member thereof,
in the City Hall at Cedar Falls, Iowa, at
7:00 P.M. on the above date. Members
present: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford,
Darrah, Wieland, Green. Absent: None.
52296 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Green that the minutes of the
Regular Meeting of April 15, 2019 be approved as presented and ordered of record. Motion carried unanimously.
52297 - It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Kruse that the minutes of
the Special Meeting of April 25, 2019 be
approved as presented and ordered of
record. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Brown read a proclamation declaring May 2019 as Cedar Falls Historic
Preservation Month and recognized Historic Preservation Commission member
Meredith Main in attendance at the meeting.
Mayor Brown read a proclamation declaring May 6-11, 2019 as National Economic
Development Week and recognized Grow
Cedar Valley Representative Lisa Skubal
in attendance at the meeting.
Mayor Brown read a proclamation declaring May 11, 2019 as Letter Carriers’
Food Drive Day and Postal Service Representative Olivia Balik commented.
52298 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of April
19, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the proposed amendments to the City’s FY19 Budget. It was
then moved by Miller and seconded by
deBuhr that the proof of publication of
notice of hearing be received and placed
on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52299 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed amendments. Upon being
advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Controller/City Treasurer Roeding commented briefly. Larry
Wyckoff, 4241 Eastpark Road, spoke in
opposition to the proposed amendments.
There being no one else present wishing
to speak about the Budget amendments,
the Mayor declared the hearing closed
and passed to the next order of business.
52300 -It was moved by Wieland and seconded by Miller that Resolution #21,507,
approving and adopting amendments
to the City’s FY19 Budget, be adopted.
Following questions by Councilmembers
Blanford and deBuhr, and responses by
Controller/City Treasurer Roeding and
Public Safety Services Director Olson,
the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye:
Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah,
Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution
#21,507 duly passed and adopted.
52301 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of April
19, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the proposed plans,
specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the Walnut Street Box
Culvert Replacement - University Branch
of Dry Run Creek Project. It was then
moved by Darrah and seconded by deBuhr that the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on
file. Motion carried unanimously.
52302 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed plans, etc. Upon being advised that there were no written
communications on file, the Mayor then
called for oral comments. Civil Engineer II
Tolan provided a brief explanation of the
project. There being no one else present
wishing to speak about the proposed
plans, etc., the Mayor declared the hearing closed and passed to the next order
of business.
52303 -It was moved by deBuhr and
seconded by Blanford that Resolution
#21,508, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract
& estimate of cost for the Walnut Street
Box Culvert Replacement - University
Branch of Dry Run Creek Project, be adopted. Following due consideration by
the Council, the Mayor put the question
on the motion and upon call of the roll,
the following named Councilmembers
voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None.
Motion carried. The Mayor then declared
Resolution #21,508 duly passed and adopted.
52304 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of April
19, 2019, this was the time and place
for a public hearing on the proposed
plans, specifications, form of contract
& estimate of cost for the Ridgeway Avenue Reconstruction Project - Chancellor
Drive to Nordic Drive. It was then moved
by Miller and seconded by Kruse that the
proof of publication of notice of hearing
be received and placed on file. Motion
carried unanimously.
52305 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed plans, etc. Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Principal Engineer
Schrage provided a brief explanation of
the project. Larry Wyckoff, 4241 Eastpark
Road, and Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street,
spoke in opposition to the project. There
being no one else present wishing to
speak about the proposed plans, etc.,
the Mayor declared the hearing closed
and passed to the next order of business.
52306 It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Kruse that Resolution #21,509, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract &
estimate of cost for the Ridgeway Avenue Reconstruction Project - Chancellor Drive to Nordic Drive, be adopted.
Following a question by Councilmember
deBuhr and response by City Administrator Gaines, the Mayor put the question on
the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution #21,509 duly passed and adopted.
52307 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of April
19, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the proposed plans,
specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the 100 Block Alley Reconstruction Project. It was then moved
by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr that
the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52308 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed plans, etc. Upon being advised that there were no written
communications on file, the Mayor then
called for oral comments. Community
Development Director Sheetz provided a
brief project explanation and Larry Wyckoff, 4241 Eastpark Road, commented.
There being no one else present wishing
to speak about the plans, etc., the Mayor
declared the hearing closed and passed
to the next order of business.
52309 -It was moved by Miller and
seconded by Wieland that Resolution
#21,510, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract
& estimate of cost for the 100 Block Alley Reconstruction Project, be adopted.
Following a question by Councilmember
Green and response by Community Development Director Sheetz, the Mayor
put the question on the motion and upon
call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Resolution #21,510 duly
passed and adopted.
52310 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of April
29, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the FY19-23 Consolidated Plan and FY19 Annual Action
Plan for Community Development Block
Grant & HOME Program funding. It was
then moved by Wieland and seconded by
Green that the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on
file. Motion carried unanimously.
52311 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the Plans. Upon being advised that
there were no written communications on
file, the Mayor then called for oral comments. Community Development Director Sheetz provided a brief explanation of
the plans. There being no one else present wishing to speak about the plans, the
Mayor declared the hearing closed and
passed to the next order of business.
52312 -It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by deBuhr that Resolution
#21,511, approving and authorizing submission of the FY19-23 Consolidated
Plan and FY19 Annual Action Plan for
Community Development Block Grant
& HOME Program funding, be adopted.
Following due consideration by the
Council, the Mayor put the question on
the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution #21,511 duly passed and adopted.
52313 - It was moved by Wieland and

seconded by Darrah that Ordinance
#2939, amending Chapter 26, Zoning, of
the Code of Ordinances relative to the
College Hill Neighborhood (CHN) Overlay
Zoning District, be passed upon its third
and final consideration.
It was then moved by Kruse to table
the motion until the College Hill Parking
Study is completed. Motion failed for lack
of second.
It was then moved by Green and seconded by Kruse to table the motion until the
May 20, 2019 Council. Following questions and comments by Councilmembers
Blanford, deBuhr, Green and Miller, and
responses by City Administrator Gaines,
City Attorney Rogers and Finance & Business Operations Director Rodenbeck, the
motion to table failed 2-5 with Councilmembers Miller, deBuhr, Blanford, Darrah
and Wieland voting nay.
Following additional questions and comments by Councilmembers Green, Miller,
Kruse, deBuhr, Darrah and Blanford, and
responses by Director Rodenbeck, the
Mayor then put the question on the original motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Blanford, Darrah,
Wieland. Nay: Kruse, Green. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Ordinance
#2939 duly passed and adopted.
52314 -It was moved by Green and seconded by Kruse that the following items
and recommendations on the Consent
Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Approve the recommendation of the
Mayor relative to the appointment of Paul
Lee to the Civil Service Commission,
term ending 04/06/2020.
Receive and file the Committee of the
Whole minutes of April 15, 2019 relative
to the following items:
a) Small Cell Siting.
b) Bills & Payroll.
Receive and file Departmental Monthly
Reports of March 2019.
Receive and file communications from
the Civil Service Commission relative to
certified lists for the following positions:
a) Storm Water Specialist.
b) Public Safety Supervisor - Lieutenant.
c) Public Safety Supervisor - Captain.
Receive and file the 2018 Annual Reports
of the Planning & Zoning Commission,
Board of Adjustment, Historic Preservation Commission, Group Rental Committee/Board of Rental Housing Appeals,
Housing Commission and Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
Receive and file the Bi-Annual Report of
Community Main Street relative to FY19
Self-Supported Municipal Improvement
District (SSMID) Funds and an FY19 Economic Development Grant.
Receive and file the Bi-Annual Report of
College Hill Partnership relative to FY19
Self-Supported Municipal Improvement
District (SSMID) Funds and an FY19 Economic Development Grant.
Receive and file three Reports of Compensation Commissioners and Notices of
Appraisement of Damages and Time of
Appeal, in conjunction with the West 1st
Street Reconstruction Project.
Approve the following applications for
cigarette/tobacco/nicotine/vapor
permits: (1) Five Corners Liquor & Wine, 809
East 18th Street.
(2) Hansen's Dairy, 123 East 18th Street.
(3) Happy's Wine & Spirits, 5925 University Avenue.
(4) Hy-Vee Food Store, 6301 University
Avenue.
(5) Hy-Vee Gas, 6527 University Avenue.
(6) Prime Mart, 2323 Main Street.
(7) The Landmark, 107 Main Street.
(8) Up In Smoke, 2218 College Street.
(9) Wal-Mart, 525 Brandilynn Boulevard.
(10) ZSAVOOZ, 206 Brandilynn Boulevard.
Approve the following applications for
beer permits and liquor licenses:
a) Tobacco Outlet Plus, 4116 University
Avenue, Class C beer - renewal.
b) NewAldaya Lifescapes, 7511 University Avenue, Class A liquor & outdoor
service - renewal.
c) Berk's Main Street Pub, 207 Main
Street, Class C liquor - renewal.
d) Walgreens, 2509 Whitetail Drive, Class
E liquor - renewal.
e) The Black Hawk Hotel/Bar Winslow/
Farm Shed, 115-119 Main Street, Class B
liquor & outdoor service - sidewalk café.
f) Sturgis Falls Celebration, Island Park
Beach House, Class B beer & outdoor
service - 5-day permit.
g) Sturgis Falls Celebration, Gateway
Park, Special Class C liquor & outdoor
service - 5-day permit.
h) Cedar Basin Jazz Festival & Live to
9, Sturgis Park, Special Class C liquor &
outdoor service - 6-month permit.
i) Casey's General Store, 2425 Center
Street, Class E liquor - new.
Following appreciation expressed by
Councilmember deBuhr to Paul Lee, the
motion carried unanimously.
52315 -It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Darrah to approve the recommendation of the Mayor relative to the
appointment of Rebecca Aberle as Student Liaison, term ending 04/30/2020.
Current Northern Iowa Student Liaison
Jacob Madden commented, introduced
Rebecca Aberle, and requested that she
take his seat upon approval. Following
comments by Green and Blanford to honor the request, and expressing appreciation to Jacob Madden, the motion carried
unanimously.
52316 -It was moved by Wieland and
seconded by Kruse that the following
resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #21,512, approving and
authorizing execution of a Consulting
Agreement with Holmes Murphy & Associates, Inc. relative to employee benefits
consulting services.
Resolution #21,513, approving and authorizing execution of an Amendment to
the Employer Participation Agreement
with Express Scripts, Inc. relative to auditing of pharmacy benefit management
services.
Resolution #21,514, approving and authorizing the expenditure of funds for the
purchase of printers and copiers.
Resolution #21,515, approving and authorizing execution of an Easement
Agreement, in conjunction with a sidewalk café at 115-119 Main Street.
Resolution #21,516, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement for
Wrecker/Towing/Storage Service with
L&M Transmission & Towing.
Resolution #21,517, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement for
Wrecker/Towing/Storage Service with
The Rasmusson Company.
Resolution #21,518, approving and authorizing the expenditure of funds for the
purchase of a grapple loader truck.
Resolution #21,519, approving and accepting the contract and bond of Benton's Sand & Gravel, Inc. for the 2019
Permeable Alley Project.
Resolution #21,520, approving and accepting a Lien Notice and Special Promissory Note for property located at 315
Franklin Street relative to the Rental to
Single Family Owner Conversion Incentive Program.
Resolution #21,521, approving and authorizing execution of Supplemental
Agreement No. 2 to the Professional Service Agreement with Riverwise Engineering, LLC for bathymetric survey services
relative to the Cedar River Recreational
Improvement Project.
Resolution #21,522, approving and authorizing execution of a Contract for
Appraisal Services with Rally Appraisal
relative to the 2019 Northern Cedar Falls
Flood Buyout Program.
Resolution #21,523, approving and authorizing execution of an Encroachment
Agreement with the North Cedar Neighborhood Association relative to placement of a neighborhood sign within the
public right-of-way.
Resolution #21,524, approving the preliminary plat of Furn Subdivision.
Resolution #21,525, approving the final
plat of Furn Subdivision.
Resolution #21,526, approving an S-1
Shopping Center District site plan for
redevelopment of a building located at
6301 University Avenue.
Resolution #21,527, approving and authorizing execution of a Developmental
Procedures Agreement with Furn USA
IA-Cedar Falls, LLC relative to property
located at 6301 University Avenue.
Resolution #21,528, approving the reassignment of a Professional Service
Agreement from Community ReCode,
LLC to Ferrell Madden, LLC relative to
the Downtown Visioning & Zoning Code
Update Project.
Resolution #21,529, approving and
adopting Project Priorities for the Downtown Visioning & Zoning Code Update.
Resolution #21,530, approving the proposal of Sturgis Falls Celebration, Inc. to
construct a permanent stage, and waiving the variance application fee.
Resolution #21,531, approving and authorizing execution of five Memorandums
of Agreement for stair reconstruction, in
conjunction with the 100 Block Alley Reconstruction Project.
Resolution #21,532, approving and authorizing execution of Supplemental
Agreement No. 5 with Snyder & Associates, Inc. for 2019 Engineering Services
relative to the 2nd Street Reconstruction-Main to Washington and 3rd Street
Reconstruction-State to Washington
Projects.
Following due consideration by the
Council, the Mayor put the question on

the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried. The Mayor then declared Resolutions #21,512 through #21,532 duly
passed and adopted.
52317 -It was moved by Miller and
seconded by deBuhr that Resolution
#21,533, approving and authorizing execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Black Hawk County Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever Chapter
relative to the Youth Pollinator Habitat
Project, be adopted.
Following a question by Councilmember
Miller and response by Municipal Operations and Programs Director Ripplinger,
it was moved by Miller and seconded by
Darrah to amend the memorandum of understanding to reflect the project location
of Police Officers Memorial Park only.
Motion to amend carried unanimously.
The Mayor then put the question on the
amended motion, and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse,
Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #21,533 duly passed
and adopted, as amended.
52318 -It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Green that Resolution #21,534,
approving and accepting two Temporary
Construction Easements, one Warranty
Deed and one Special Warranty Deed, in
conjunction with the Ridgeway Avenue
Reconstruction Project, be adopted.
Following clarification by City Attorney
Rogers stating that acceptance of the
Special Warranty Deed is contingent
upon the current tenant of the property
(Mills Properties, LLC) also conveying or
transferring to the City, its leasehold interest in the parcel being conveyed in fee
by VEREIT Real Estate, LP, at no cost to
the City, it was then moved by Kruse and
seconded by deBuhr to amend the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
The Mayor then put the question on the
amended motion, and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse,
Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #21,534 duly passed
and adopted, as amended.
52319 -It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that Resolution #21,535,
approving and authorizing execution of a
contract with the Cedar Falls Woman's
Club for use of their facility for a charrette relative to the Downtown Visioning & Zoning Code Update, be adopted.
Following a question by Councilmember
Green and response by Community Services Manager Howard, the Mayor put
the question on the motion and upon call
of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Resolution #21,535 duly
passed and adopted.
52320 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that Ordinance #2940,
amending Chapter 2, Administration, of
the Code of Ordinances relative to the
reorganization of City operations, be
passed upon its first consideration. Following due consideration by the Council,
the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye:
Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah,
Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52321 - It was moved by Green and seconded by Kruse that Ordinance #2941,
amending certain sections of the Code
of Ordinances relative to the renaming
of the Department of Municipal Operations and Programs to the Department
of Public Works, in conjunction with the
reorganization of City operations, be
passed upon its first consideration. Following due consideration by the Council,
the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye:
Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah,
Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52322 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Blanford that Ordinance #2942,
amending Chapter 15, Nuisances and
Chapter 17, Parks and Recreation, of
the Code of Ordinances relative to the
renaming of the Public Works and Parks
Division Manager to the Operations and
Maintenance Division Manager, in conjunction with the reorganization of City
operations, be passed upon its first consideration. Following due consideration
by the Council, the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse,
Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay:
None. Motion carried.
52323 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Kruse that Ordinance #2943,
amending certain sections of the Code
of Ordinances to be in conformance with
the Code of Iowa and consistent with
current City operations, upon its first
consideration, be passed upon its first
consideration. Following due consideration by the Council, the Mayor put the
question on the motion and upon call
of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried.
52324 - It was moved by deBuhr and seconded by Miller that the bills and payroll
of May 6, 2019 be allowed as presented,
and that the Controller/City Treasurer be
authorized to issue City checks in the
proper amounts and on the proper funds
in payment of the same. Upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse,
Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay:
None. Motion carried.
52325 -Councilmember Blanford expressed appreciation to the volunteers
who participated in the Downtown cleanup efforts earlier in the day.
Councilmember Darrah announced the
Human Rights Commission Annual Retreat on May 14, 2019 at the Cedar Falls
Public Library.
Community Services Director Sheetz
announced the public meeting for the
Parkade Brick Design on May 7, 2019
from 5-6:30 P.M., and also announced
that the City would be receiving Engineering Awards for the University Avenue
Reconstruction and Dry Run Creek Sanitary Sewer Projects.
Finance & Business Operations Director
Rodenbeck announced the College Hill
Parking Study public workshop on May
13, 2019 from 6-8 P.M. at the University
of Northern Iowa Center for Energy and
Environmental Education.
Public Safety Services Director Olson
commented and presented a video to
illustrate the early response benefits of
public safety officers and the teamwork
between public safety officers and firefighters.
52326 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Green to adjourn to Executive
Session to discuss Legal Matters per
Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(c) to discuss
strategy with counsel in matters that are
presently in litigation or where litigation
is imminent where its disclosure would
be likely to prejudice or disadvantage
the position of the governmental body
in that litigation, and Property Acquisition per Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(j) to
discuss the purchase or sale of particular
real estate only where premature disclosure could be reasonably expected to increase the price the governmental body
would have to pay for that property or
reduce the price the governmental body
would receive for that property, following
Public Forum. Upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried.
52327 -Mayor Brown and City Attorney
Rogers responded to comments by Jim
Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, regarding Robert’s Rules of Order.
City Administrator Gaines responded to
questions and comments by Councilmembers Green, Blanford, Darrah and
Weiland, and concerns expressed by the
following citizens regarding traffic safety
issues in the neighborhood since the new
Aldrich Elementary School opened.
Jacque Preston, 2228 Erik Road
Ryan Pence, 5420 Ironwood Drive
Erik Fuessel, 2425 Erik Road
Rachel Wallace, 5205 Ironwood Drive
Finance & Business Operations Director
Rodenbeck, City Administrator Gaines
and Public Safety Services Director Olson responded to questions and comments by Councilmembers Miller and
Blanford, and the following citizens
regarding the public safety budget and
model for staffing and overtime.
Whitney Smith, 2904 Neola Street
Darren Yoder, 3919 Beaver Ridge Trail
Sharon Regenold, 108 Lilliput Lane
Simon Harding, 2238 Sunnyside Circle
The City Council adjourned to Executive
Session at 9:13 P.M.
Mayor Brown reconvened the City Council meeting at 9:27 P.M. and stated that
Legal Matters and Property Acquisition
had been discussed but that no further
action was required at this time.
52328 -It was moved by Miller and seconded by Green that the meeting be
adjourned at 9:28 P.M. Motion carried
unanimously.

Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
ACCOUNT DESCRIP
GENERAL LEVY
5,317,891.90
LIBRARY LEVY
177,947.92
INSURANCE LEVY
86,578.01
TRANSIT LEVY
134,955.49
EMA LEVY
142,086.89
BAND LEVY
10,762.89
AGLAND
5,897.47
UTILITY TAX REP
18,904.60
MOBILE HOME TAX
4,989.68
BUSINESS LICENS
1,835.00
LIQUOR LICENSES
3,572.50
PET LICENSES
801.00
BUILDING PERMIT
122,487.23
MISCELLANEOUS P
2,370.00
MISCELLANEOUS P
(2,513.30)
BURIAL PERMITS
2,675.00
PAW PARK
240.00
STATE BACKFILL
284,318.03
CULTURAL GRANTS
8,474.62
POLICE OFFICER
926.40
REC GRANTS
8.00
FIRE PROTECTION
8,862.95
SUBDIVISION INS
265.38
LIBRARY-COPY MA
781.03
LIBRARY-FINES &
2,456.43
LIBRARY-LOST &
296.00
LIBRARY-GIFTS &
92.28
FRIENDS OF THE
3,023.17
FAIRVIEW CEMETE
540.00
GOLF CONTRACT R
599.39
REC CEN DAILY A
3,225.09
YOUTH SPCL & BD
677.00
REC CEN PUNCH T
779.00
YOUTH SPORTS
8,533.00
ADULT SPORTS
9,050.00
RACQUETBALL
84.00
REC CEN RESERVA
441.00
SHELTER RENTAL
2,278.00
REC MISCELLANEO
(5,670.25)
BEACH HOUSE REN
891.75
REC CEN SEASON
21,158.83
ADULT EXERCISE
1,159.00
REC CEN CHILD C
195.00
DROP IN CONCESS
723.16
BALLFIELD RENTA
896.00
GIFT CARDS SALE
627.00
SWIM PROGRAM
5,202.80
INDOOR POOL
506.00
POOL RENTAL
1,985.00
POOL SEASON PAS
28,897.05
AQUATIC CENTER
(121.80)
CULTURAL-REGIST
7,472.55
CULTURAL-FACILI
2,110.50
CULTURAL-GIFT S
320.73
CULTURAL-ART WO
2,200.50
MISCELLANEOUS
811.18
ELECTRICAL INSP
5,886.30
MECHANICAL INSP
7,205.00
PLUMBING INSPEC
8,742.00
REFRIGERATION I
110.00
PLANNING & ZONI
3,736.40
FIRE RECEIPTS
(277.83)
FIRE COMMERCIAL
5,854.85
FIRE MIN. RENTA
3,450.00
FIRE INSPECTION
3,910.00
POLICE RECEIPTS
2,591.29
CODE REPRINTS
2,150.00
CHECKING ACCT I
3,428.89
CD/INVESTMENT I
30,891.08
CHECKING ACCT I
4.20
INTEREST-CEMETE
1,690.27
MISCELLANEOUS R
3,292.63
ECONOMIC DEVELO
2,200.00
FINES & FORFEIT
12,133.89
DONATIONS-HEARS
65.00
TRANSFER-TRUST
753,586.77
INDUSTRIAL PARK
1,302,316.74
DOWNTOWN
52,609.41
PINNACLE PRAIRI
39,923.74
COLLEGE HILL
6,221.64
ROAD USE TAX
213,686.47
MISCELLANEOUS R
220.65
CHECKING ACCT I
42.35
CD/INVESTMENT I
37,135.20
SECTION 8 HOUSI
98,339.00
CHECKING ACCT I
1,303.99
COMM DEVEL BLOC
53,834.02
CHECKING ACCT I
32.49
LOCAL OPTION SA
397,693.65
CHECKING ACCT I
2,908.92
CD/INVESTMENT I
29,521.56
FRANCHISE FEES
134,297.42
PEG FEES
9,092.65
CHECKING ACCT I
364.47
CD/INVESTMENT I
3,845.92
MISCELLANEOUS R
145.00
METER COLLECTIO
660.59
PARKING VIOLATI
10,541.35
PARKING PERMITS
1,770.00
COLLECTIONS
2,746.00
IMMOBILIZATION
1,200.00
CHECKING ACCT I
178.31
CD/INVESTMENT I
1,950.96
MISCELLANEOUS R
(170.79)
CHECKING ACCT I
160.10
CD/INVESTMENT I
1,943.98
FACILITY RENTAL
700.00
GIFT SHOP RECEI
331.42
SENIOR CENTER R
3,799.00
MISCELLANEOUS R
36.00
CHECKING ACCT I
3.76
POLICE & FIRE R
340,769.85
CHECKING ACCT I
(18.00)
CD/INVESTMENT I
12,709.23
POLICE & FIRE R
236,241.84
CHECKING ACCT I
119.29
CD/INVESTMENT I
11,483.75
CHECKING ACCT I
6.45
CD/INVESTMENT I
69.60
SOFTBALL CAPITA
1,710.00
CHECKING ACCT I
33.95
CD/INVESTMENT I
352.42
CHECKING ACCT I
89.17
CD/INVESTMENT I
1,011.62
REC CENTER CAPI
3,643.58
AQUATIC CENTER
4,299.75
BOAT HOUSE
133.25
CHECKING ACCT I
315.44
CD/INVESTMENT I
3,388.40
CULTURAL CAPITA
1,331.59
CHECKING ACCT I
60.56
CD/INVESTMENT I
653.16
DONATIONS-HEARS
200.00
DEBT SERVICE LE
186,461.10
INDUSTRIAL PARK
1,302,316.74
UTILITY TAX REP
618.08
STATE BACKFILL
7,575.38
CHECKING ACCT I
5.92
CD/INVESTMENT I
63.96
CHECKING ACCT I
298.18
CD/INVESTMENT I
2,823.52
CHECKING ACCT I
262.81
CD/INVESTMENT I
2,833.48
DOWNTOWN
52,609.41
PINNACLE PRAIRI
39,923.74
COLLEGE HILL
6,221.64
CHECKING ACCT I
3,478.39
CD/INVESTMENT I
39,347.00
CAPITAL PROJECT
14,815.88
CHECKING ACCT I
2.69
CD/INVESTMENT I
29.08
SIDEWALK
1,930.00
CHECKING ACCT I
884.64
CD/INVESTMENT I
10,064.88
CHECKING ACCT I
(199.66)
CD/INVESTMENT I
3,161.96
LAND ACQUISITIO
32,651.42
REFUSE COLLECTI
177,368.79
TRANSFER STATIO
21,869.41
EWASTE
695.00
APPLIANCES
2,100.00
BAG TAGS
5.75
YARD WASTE-TRAN
372.99
CHECKING ACCT I
959.77
CD/INVESTMENT I
10,121.88
REFUSE MISCELLA
729.61
RECYCLING CENTE
2,813.29
SCRAP METAL REC
3,115.37
SEWER RENTAL CO
520,002.75
INDUSTRIAL USER
1,843.00
CHECKING ACCT I
1,969.65
CD/INVESTMENT I
17,895.12
STORM WATER COL
75,651.23
PERMIT FEES - S
6,696.90
SWPPP REVIEW
279.50
CHECKING ACCT I
393.89
CD/INVESTMENT I
3,812.32
DATA PROCESSING
104,144.17
CHECKING ACCT I
273.98
CD/INVESTMENT I
2,719.90
MISCELLANEOUS R
25.00
EMPLOYEE CONTRI
15,977.50
EMPLOYER CONTRI
175,647.34
RETIREE - HEALT
10,549.04
DENTAL INS. - E
4,773.66
CHECKING ACCT I
807.35
CD/INVESTMENT I
9,335.70
HEALTH SEVERANC
8,965.82
VEHICLE MAINTEN
173,570.83
CHECKING ACCT I
534.76
CD/INVESTMENT I
5,476.70
VEHICLE MAINTEN
6,646.90
CITY ACCRUAL
27,926.67
CHECKING ACCT I
599.64
CD/INVESTMENT I
5,704.36
WORKERS COMP
12,711.66
CHECKING ACCT I
242.46
CD/INVESTMENT I
2,582.14
LIFE INSURANCE
95.56
CHECKING ACCT I
66.72
CD/INVESTMENT I
786.26
LIABILITY INSUR
40,251.68
CHECKING ACCT I
356.54
CD/INVESTMENT I
3,624.46
MISCELLANEOUS R
9,356.97
TRUST & AGENCY
748,875.00
SSMID - DOWNTOW
36,894.24
SSMID - COLLEGE
5,494.12
UTILITY TAX REP
4,711.77
FAIRVIEW PERPET
135.00
TOTAL
14,291,940.02
ADMIN FEE DUE OTHERS
CEDAR RAPIDS HOUSING 1
43.44
CHICAGO HOUSING 1
(45.00)
COOK CO.HOUSING 1
34.16
ADULT AUDIO
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 4
138.00
BAKER & TAYLOR 4
476.94
OVERDRIVE, INC.
4
809.30
RECORDED BOOKS, LLC. 1
31.50
ADULT BOOKS
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 16 3,389.74
REGENT BOOK CO.,INC. 1
17.09
ADULT VIDEO
BAKER & TAYLOR 8
737.35
AMMUNITION
KIESLER'S POLICE SUP 3
9,469.00
BANK SERVICE CHARGES
FARMERS STATE BANK 4
72.00
BIG WOODS MAINTENANC
CEDAR VALLEY CONCRET 1 1,825.00
BILLING & COLLECTING

CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 3
16,100.00
BUILDING REPAIR
ENGINEERED CONTROLS, 1
78.83
KOCH CONSTRUCTION, I 1
975.53
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 9
482.03
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 8
224.31
WBC MECHANICAL, INC. 1
13.02
BUILDING SUPPLIES
BUILDERS SELECT LLC 1
19.01
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU 5
842.68
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
668.96
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY 1
137.05
VAN METER, INC.
1
100.63
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
ARAMARK
8
516.62
A-TEC RECYCLING, INC 1
988.65
BLACK HAWK ROOF COMP 1
399.76
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGN 1 1,210.00
IA.DIV.LABOR- 1
175.00
MILLER FENCE CO., IN 1
976.00
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 2
146.00
ROTO-ROOTER
1
100.00
CEDAR FALLS BAND
CEDAR FALLS MUNICIPA 1 10,762.89
CF COMMUNITY FOUNDAT
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
2,150.00
CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS
STANARD & ASSOCIATES 1
63.00
COLL HILL TIF-SSMID
COLLEGE HILL PARTNER 1
1,440.00
COMMUNITY PROGRAMMIN
DEWITT, JASON
1
125.00
CONSUMER CREDIT COUN
CONSUMER CREDIT 1
130.00
CONTINGENCY
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
50.00
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 1
84.81
CONTRACT SERVICES
DUNCAN SOLUTIONS, IN 1
3,021.45
COPIER LEASE & USE
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 1
37.05
CRACK SEALING
BMC AGGREGATES L.C. 1
279.93
CREDIT CARD CHARGES
COMMUNITY BANKERS 2
387.57
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 4
1,756.98
VANTIV INTEGRATED 1
50.00
DENTAL INSURANCE
WELLMARK IOWA
4
4,820.45
DORMITORY FURNISHING
COVER-ALL EMBROIDERY 1
200.00
DOWNTOWN LEVEE IMPRO
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 1
17.00
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 1
270.50
DOWNTOWN TIF-SSMID R
COMMUNITY MAIN STREE 1 15,085.00
DUES & MEMBERSHIPS
IOWA STATE POLICE 1
320.00
SECRETARY, STATE OF 3
90.00
DUES, BOOKS, MAGAZIN
IOWA FIRE CHIEFS' 2
50.00
ECONOMIC DEVEL GRANT
COLLEGE HILL PARTNER 1
1,500.00
COMMUNITY MAIN STREE 1 7,500.00
EDUCATION
FIELD TRAINING SOLUT 3
885.00
FIRE SERVICE TRNG. B 1
50.00
INFO TECH RESEARCH G 1
2,400.00
IOWA LEAGUE-CITIES 1
105.00
IOWA STATE RESERVE L 3
342.00
UNIV.OF IOWA HOSPITA 1
64.00
E-GOVERNMENT
MUNICIPAL CODE 1
5,600.00
EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PR
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 1
78.64
EMS/RESCUE SUPPLIES
EMERGENCY MEDICAL 1
1,923.51
ENDOWMENT SUPPORTED
BEAL, NANCY L
1
300.00
COMMUNICATIONS 1
4,126.72
GKIDS INC
1
400.00
KEVIN AND THE INFINI 2
1,250.00
LOVE, ANNA
1
250.00
MADCAP PUPPETS AND 1
1,050.00
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
104.88
POTTER, JANEY
1
1,250.00
WOHNOUTKA, MIKE
1
1,000.00
EQUIPMENT
ALLIED BROADCAST GRO 1 10,840.00
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 3
20.80
KEITH MFG. CO.
1
17,203.29
MID AMERICAN SIGNAL, 1
696.00
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
605.00
STIVERS FORD, INC. 2
57,615.75
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
100.61
EVENTS, BIDS, & SPON
CEDAR FALLS HISTORIC 1
250.00
FAMILY/CHILDRENS COU
FAMILY & CHILDREN'S 1
1,164.01
FEDERAL TAXES
UNITED STATES TREASU 3 176,257.19
FIBER OPTICS
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
3,320.00
FICA
UNITED STATES TREASU 3 192,627.90
FIRE WORKERS COMP
MITCHELL INTERNATION 3
1,391.91
FLOOD CONTROL
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
103.75
FRIENDS SUPPORTED PR
NISSEN, THOMAS
1
375.00
RECORDED BOOKS, LLC. 2
193.97
GALLERY SUPPLIES
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
75.61
PETTY CASH
1
20.89
SIGNS & DESIGNS, INC 1
38.00
GAS & OIL
AIRGAS USA, LLC
1
65.55
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
4,872.68
GIFT SHOP
G & G MFG. & SOUVENI 1
118.15
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 1
26.58
GRANTS - CULTURAL SE
KELLEY, GARY
13
5,705.00
KERNS, JAMES
2
21.42
HEADQUARTER SUPPLIES
LADAGE, ZACH
1
21.50
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 2
70.04
HEALTH INS. REIMBURS
ADVANTAGE ADMIN-SECT 13 1,241.30
HEALTH INSURANCE
EXPRESS SCRIPTS, INC 2
73,894.07
WELLMARK IOWA
3
111,130.40
HEALTH SEVERANCE PAY
LUX, JOSH
2
205.60
HOUS.ASSIST PMTS-OCC
ARENDS INVESTMENTS 1
1,100.00
BARTELT PROPERTIES L 5
3,078.00
BARTELT RENTALS L.C. 3
1,085.00
BAUCH, JAMES C
2
1,145.00
C & H HOLDINGS LLC 1
670.00
CEDAR APARTMENTS LLC 1
374.00
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 17
1,227.00
CEDAR RAPIDS HOUSING 1
340.00
CHICAGO HOUSING 1
(1,235.00)
CHRISTOPHERSON RENTA 15 5,894.00
CLARK ENTERPRISES LL 4
1,145.00
COOK CO.HOUSING 1
692.00
CTV MANAGER, LLC 1
410.00
CV COMMERCIAL, LLC 1
855.00
CV PROPERTIES, LLC 1
249.00
D & J PROPERTIES 4
2,042.00
DUTCHER, JOHN OR CAR 2
782.00
EDGE MANAGEMENT GROU 3 2,430.00
ELMCREST ESTATES, L. 1
591.00
EMAAD, LLC
1
600.00
EPM IOWA
9
6,124.00
EXCEPTIONAL PERSONS, 5
1,997.00
FORTSCH, ALEX E. 1
1,000.00
G P MANAGEMENT LLC 1
410.00
GEELAN, JOSEPH N. 3
820.00
GERDES III, BENJAMIN 3
1,750.00
GLENN, MATTHEW
1
301.00
GOLD FALLS VILLA 2
835.00
GRAY, LEROY L. OR CA 1
227.00
HARBAUGH, DENNIS 1
654.00
HARRINGTON'S RENTAL 1
324.00
HAUS TO HOME INVESTM 1
715.00
J & A PROPERTIES 1
371.00
J C ENTERPRISES, INC 1
421.00
KROEMER, KRAIG
1
319.00
KYLER, DEBRA K.
1
549.00
LEGACY RESIDENTIAL 1
345.00
LINS, ERIC
1
830.00
LOWN, JAMES M.
2
617.00
MCKERNAN, JAMES M. 2
1,076.00
MELICK, KENT L.
1
489.00
MHP 2216 LINCOLN STR 8
3,419.00
OLSON & ESTATES LLC 9
3,350.00
OWL INVESTMENTS, LLC 1
705.00
PARRISH PROPERTIES 1
825.00
PAULSON, JAMES
2
551.00
PURDY PROPERTIES, LL 2
1,468.00
RAISTY RENTALS LLC 1
836.00
RBR HOLDINGS LLC 1
419.00
RINNELS, DOUGLAS G. 2
558.00
SCHLOBOHM, JEFFREY D 1
640.00
SCHUERMAN PROPERTIES 2 1,426.00
SMITH, LOUIS R.
3
1,257.00
SMITH, MICHAEL A. 1
153.00
STANDARD FAMILY 1
146.00
SUMX, LLC
1
983.00
SWEETING, LARRY
1
941.00
T.J.J.C. L.L.C.
4
1,612.00
THUNDER RIDGE 21
5,768.00
VALDIVIA, OSCAR J. 1
714.00
VILLAGE I AT NINE23 29
11,038.00
VILLAGE II AT NINE23 28
9,858.00
WEVERINK, TOM
2
1,515.00
WILKEN, HEATH
1
310.00
HOUSING REHAB.
KIRVAN ENTERPRISES, 1
19,190.00
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISS
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
11.14
HUMANE SOCIETY
WATERLOO, CITY OF 2
6,645.00
ICE CONTROL
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 1
49.89
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
3,314.90
IOWA ONE CALL
IOWA ONE CALL
1
162.00
IPERS
I.P.E.R.S.
2
289,398.63
LAB & TESTING
TESTAMERICA LABORATO 1 1,630.00
LARGE PRINT BOOKS
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 2
57.70
CENTER POINT LARGE P 1
46.74
GALE/CENGAGE LEARNIN 3
244.03
LAUNDRY
ARAMARK
3
18.00
LEGAL CONSULTANTS
AHLERS AND COONEY, P 1
2,500.00
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 1
855.00
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
2,600.00
LEGAL-CODE ENFORCEME
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
1,000.00
LIABILITY INSURANCE
ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER 1 36,000.00
CHARLIE WEHRMACHER 1 2,926.40
DAVID HEISTERKAMP 1
58.84
DONALD LUKSAN
1
763.77
HILARY BRADLEY
1
500.00

KURT OLSON
1
65.81
LYNETTE RENNER
1
106.98
MARY FRANKE
1
75.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
415.37
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 1
152.00
SELECTIVE INSURANCE 4
64,290.00
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
210.00
SOUSAN MANSHADI
1
67.02
LIBRARY COMPUTER SER
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.00
OCLC, INC.
1
702.91
TRAC SYSTEMS, INC 1
3,630.00
LTD INSURANCE
MADISON NATIONAL LIF 1
3,394.59
MAINTENANCE & UPKEEP
CORY'S PAINTING, L.L 1
481.12
PLUMB TECH INC.
2
898.01
PROSHIELD FIRE & SEC 1
192.00
MATERIAL DISPOSAL/HA
BLACK HAWK CO.LANDFI 1 19,968.04
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 1
6.00
LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLI 2
630.86
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU 1
951.70
MIDWEST ELECTRONIC 1
413.60
SAM ANNIS & CO. 1
160.80
MECH EQUIPMENT SERVI
IA.DIV.LABOR- 1
120.00
PLUMB TECH INC.
1
2,864.65
PLUNKETT'S PEST CONT 2
30.00
WOODMAN CONTROLS 2
513.19
MEDIA
IOWA SPORTSMAN, THE 1
200.00
ZLR IGNITION
2
1,107.94
MISCELLANEOUS
ECHEVERRIA, FRJE 1
200.00
NETWORK SURVEIL CAME
ZONES CONNECTING BUS 1 7,545.15
NON-PRINT RESOURCES
RECORDED BOOKS, LLC. 3
225.96
NORTHEAST IOWA FOOD
NORTHEAST IOWA FOOD 1 1,432.46
OFFICE MACHINE MAINT
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 6
202.76
OFFICE SUPPLIES
ACCENT LASER SERVICE 2
344.85
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 4 1,607.73
OFFICE DEPOT
1
62.52
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 10
443.19
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 1
2.18
STOREY KENWORTHY 6
553.90
OFFICERS EQUIPMENT
BURKHARDT, KATIE 1
18.29
GALLS, LLC
1
590.95
KIESLER'S POLICE SUP 1
1,362.00
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 2
14,997.66
OPERATING EQUIPMENT
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY 2
50.95
CAMPBELL SUPPLY 2
75.77
CHRISTIE DOOR COMPAN 1
40.00
CRESCENT ELECTRIC 2
433.84
ECHO GROUP, INC. 3
446.65
GIERKE-ROBINSON COMP 1
67.62
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF 1
1,035.82
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 1
39.63
MSD ENVIRONMENTAL 1
4,498.10
NAPA AUTO PARTS
2
1,201.95
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 7
219.27
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 1 1,651.61
OPERATING SUPPLIES
ABC EMBROIDERY, INC. 1
21.50
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 2
90.41
CEDAR FALLS COMMUNIT 1
217.50
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 2
184.28
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 1
44.27
ECHO GROUP, INC. 1
118.48
FILMTOOLS
1
108.33
GIBSON SPECIALTY CO. 1
8.50
L & M TRANSMISSION 8
311.00
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU 11 3,349.81
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
67.08
NAPA AUTO PARTS
3
3,246.36
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 7
83.92
OUTDOOR RECREATION P 1 2,850.00
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 2
33.41
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
23.50
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 6
366.33
SERVICEWEAR APPAREL, 1
74.28
TESTAMERICA LABORATO 1
42.00
OTHER DEDUCTIONS PAY
ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRA 1 6,739.13
COLLECTION SERVICES 3
4,153.56
POLK COUNTY SHERIFF 1
468.31
TEAMSTERS LOCAL #238 1
2,773.00
VOYA FINANCIAL
2
20,517.94
PARKING STUDY
WANTMAN GROUP INC 2 17,182.50
PERMEABLE ALLEY PROG
AECOM TECHNICAL SERV 1 5,211.40
PEST CONTROL
PLUNKETT'S PEST CONT 3
154.50
POLICE & FIRE RETIRE
MUNICIPAL FIRE & POL 4
387,942.35
POLICE WORKERS COMP
ALTERNATIVE SERVICE 1
11.15
MERCYONE WATERLOO HO 1
9.00
MERCYONE WATERLOO 1
123.00
POOL CHEMICALS
ACCO UNLIMITED 1
2,857.40
POOL UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
591.02
POSTAGE
PETTY CASH
1
17.45
PURCHASE POWER
1
929.63
PRINTING
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 4
421.97
COURIER LEGAL 7
653.81
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 10
583.62
PRINTING & PUBLICATI
KAREN'S PRINT-RITE 1
539.00
PRODUCTS FOR RESALE
O'LOUGHLIN, JIM
1
17.91
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 2
64.06
BRAINARD, CAITLIN MA 1
156.00
COURIER LEGAL 1
77.15
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO 4 6,737.14
REGIONS BANK
1
12.75
UNIQUE MANAGEMENT 1
89.50
WILLIAMSON, KIMBERLE 1
150.00
PROMOTIONAL TAPES &
A MUSE IT CREATIVE S 1
190.00
FRANCE PUBLICATIONS, 1
350.00
GOODRICH, JOANNE 1
7.58
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
75.66
PROMOTIONS
LAMAR COMPANIES
1
500.00
PROPERTY ACQUISITION
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
134.80
PROPERTY TAX REBATES
RIVER PLACE PROPERTI 1 243,819.63
PUBLIC INFORMATION P
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
12,991.70
PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDI
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
729.48
RADIO & COMMUNICATIO
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 1
260.00
RECORDING FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 15 250.00
REFUNDS
JARED PARMATER
1
250.00
TRACY WEST
1
12.00
REFUSE CART TRACKING
SIEBER CONSULTING 1
2,580.71
RENTALS
BANK IOWA
1
500.00
LEANNE CORWIN
1
250.00
REPAIR & MAINT. SUPP
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 3
89.62
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 3
105.42
TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. 1
19.76
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 9 1,507.99
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.09
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 1
41.68
COOLEY PUMPING, LLC 6
570.00
FIRESERVICE MANAGEME 1
383.15
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGN 1
85.00
IA.DIV.LABOR- 1
160.00
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
6.69
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 1
110.75
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 1
722.50
RASMUSSON CO., THE 1
218.75
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 1
471.60
RIDGEWAY AVE RECONST
CAFARO REAL ESTATE 1
16,673.00
FARM CREDIT SERVICES 1
9,805.00
SAFETY SUPPLIES
CAMPBELL SUPPLY 1
485.09
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 2
25.37
SALES TAX
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE 7 10,601.27
SALES TAX PAYABLE
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE 1
175.64
SCBA SUPPLIES
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 1
292.80
SERVICE CONTRACTS
MIDWEST BREATHING AI 1
350.23
SINGLE FAM CONV INCE
CALLIE OSBORN
1
5,000.00
JOSH NELSON
1
5,000.00
SLUDGE REMOVAL
BLACK HAWK CO.LANDFI 1
160.60
SOFTWARE SUPPORT AGR
ACOM SOLUTIONS, INC. 1
1,839.00
STATE WITHHOLDING
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE 3 80,058.25
STREET RECONSTRUCTIO
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
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160,791.20
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543.90
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695.50
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703.16
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884.40
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160.80
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2,527.30
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224.58
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2
2,038.75
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86.34

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