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ORDINANCE NO. 2949
AN ORDINANCE (1) AMENDING SECTION 3-42, EXEMPTIONS FROM PERMIT REQUIREMENT, OF ARTICLE II,
SIGNS, OF CHAPTER 3, ADVERTISING,
OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF
THE CITY OF CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, BY
ENACTING A NEW UNTITLED SUBSECTION (6), OF SECTION 3-42, EXEMPTIONS FROM PERMIT REQUIREMENT;
(2) REPEALING SECTION 17-197, PERMITS, OF ARTICLE V, PARK REGULATIONS, OF CHAPTER 17, PARKS AND
RECREATION, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CEDAR
FALLS, IOWA; (3) REPEALING SECTION
17-207, RESERVATION OF PARK AREAS
AND FACILITIES, AND SECTION 17-208,
POSSESSION OF BEER OR OTHER INTOXICATING LIQUOR, AND SECTION
17-210, SPECIAL EVENTS IN GATEWAY
PARK GREEN SPACE, ALL OF ARTICLE
V, PARK REGULATIONS, OF CHAPTER
17, PARKS AND RECREATION, OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY
OF CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, AND ENACTING IN LIEU THEREOF NEW SECTION
17-207, RESERVATION OF PARK AREAS
AND FACILITIES, NEW SECTION 17-208,
POSSESSION OF BEER OR OTHER INTOXICATING LIQUOR, AND NEW SECTION 17-210, PUBLIC EVENTS ON CITY
PROPERTY; (4) REPEALING SECTION
19-2, STREET MEETINGS; PARADES, OF
ARTICLE I, IN GENERAL, OF CHAPTER
19, STREETS AND SIDEWALKS, OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY
OF CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, AND ENACTING IN LIEU THEREOF NEW SECTION
19-2, RIGHT-OF-WAY, PUBLIC PARK,
PUBLIC AREA MEETINGS; PARADES;
AND (5) CONFORMING TITLES TO SUBSECTIONS, SECTIONS, DIVISIONS AND
ARTICLES ACCORDINGLY.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
OF THE CITY OF CEDAR FALLS, IOWA:
Section 1. Section 3-42, Exemptions
from Permit Requirement, of Article II,
Signs, of Chapter 3, Advertising, of the
Code of Ordinances of the City of Cedar
Falls, Iowa is hereby amended by enacting new untitled subsection (6), of Section 3-42, Exemptions from Permit Requirement, of Article II, Signs, of Chapter
3, Advertising, as follows:
(6)Temporary signs constructed or
erected in connection with a properly
permitted public event, displayed for up
to seven days before and one day after
such public event.
Section 2. Section 17-197, Permits, of
Article V, Park Regulations, of Chapter 17,
Parks and Recreation, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Cedar Falls, Iowa,
is hereby repealed in its entirety.
Section 3. Section 17-207, Reservation
of Park Areas and Facilities, and Section 17-208, Possession of Beer or Other
Intoxicating Liquor, and Section 17-210,
Special Events in Gateway Park Green
Space, all of Article V, Park Regulations,
of Chapter 17, Parks and Recreation, of
the Code of Ordinances of the City of
Cedar Falls, Iowa, are hereby repealed
in their entirety and new Section 17-207,
Reservation of Park Areas and Facilities,
new Section 17-208, Possession of Beer
or Other Intoxicating Liquor, and new
Section 17-210, Public Events on City
Property, all of Article V, Park and Public
Event Regulations, of Chapter 17, Parks
and Recreation, are hereby enacted in
lieu thereof, as follows:
ARTICLE V. PARK AND PUBLIC EVENT
REGULATIONS
Sec. 17-207. Reservation of park areas
and facilities.
(a) No person may be granted an exclusive non-public use of park areas or facilities unless a permit for such exclusive
non-public use is first obtained from the
director of community development or
designee. The factors listed in section
17-210 for issuance of a public event permit shall apply to a permit required under this section. Only the following park
areas and facilities may be so reserved:
(1) A golf course.
(2) A clubhouse.
(3) A specific picnic shelter.
(4) Special game facilities, including, but
not limited to, sports fields and courts,
aquatic center, pools, and outdoor exercise facilities.
(b)
Liability of permit
holder. The holder of a permit required
by this section as well as any sponsoring group or organization shall be liable
for any loss, damage or injury sustained
by any person or entity, including the city,
arising out of or resulting from the fault of
the permit holder, his or her employees,
servants or agents, or other persons participating in or attending the non-public
event. The holder as well as any sponsoring group or organization, by acceptance
of a permit, assumes full responsibility for
and agrees to indemnify the city against
and save it harmless from any liability
arising out of or resulting from the fault of
the holder, his or her employees, servants
or agents, or other persons participating
in or attending the non-public event.
(Code 2017, § 20-222)
Sec. 17-208.
Possession of beer or
other intoxicating liquor.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to
bring in or use or have in their possession a keg or similar container for the
purpose of dispensing beer or any other
intoxicating liquor not otherwise prohibited by Iowa Code § 123.46, within any
park, including any access area or wildlife habitat area under the jurisdiction of
the city parks and recreation commission, unless:
(1) Such use or possession is authorized by a liquor control license or beer
permit approved by the city council, and
issued by the state alcoholic beverages
division under Iowa Code ch. 123, and
such use is confined to a shelter or other
place within a park which constitutes a
"licensed premises" within the meaning
of state law and which is designated for
group use; and
(2) Any other necessary permits and licenses are first obtained.
(b) Any person desiring to use a shelter
or building, where beer or an intoxicating liquor is to be dispensed from a keg
or similar container as authorized in this
section must make a prior shelter or
building reservation, obtain all necessary
permits and licenses, and make advance
payment of a reservation fee and submit
a $100.00 minimum damage deposit. The
city has the right to retain any or all of the
required deposit to cover damage to city
park property. The holder of a shelter or
building reservation shall be bound by
and be responsible for enforcing all park
rules and regulations and all applicable
ordinances regarding the use of a keg, or
similar container, or other rules and regulations set out in this article.
(Code 2017, § 20-223; Ord. No. 2301, § 1,
5-22-2000; Ord. No. 2422, § 1, 3-10-2003)
Sec. 17-210.
Public events on City
property.
(a) Persons who wish to use city owned,
occupied or controlled areas or facilities
for public events must first obtain a permit as described in this section from the
director of finance and business operations or designee.
(b) The director may adopt and enforce
rules and regulations to protect and
preserve the rights, privileges and property of the city or of its residents, and to
preserve and improve the peace, safety,
health, welfare, comfort, and convenience of its residents. The director may
post signs setting forth rules and regulations and directional signs.
(c) The director, upon receiving a completed permit application, shall provide
a copy of the application to appropriate
city personnel who shall provide comments as to the following factors:
(1) The applicant has complied with all
of the requirements of this Code and any
rules or regulations promulgated thereunder;
(2) The proposed event will not substantially or unnecessarily interfere with traffic in the area;
(3) The proposed event will not substantially or unnecessarily interfere with any
publicly managed infrastructure project;
(4) The concentration of persons or
things at the event will not prevent proper
fire and police protection or ambulance
service;
(5) That the proposed event or use of the
property will not unreasonably interfere

with or detract from the general public
enjoyment of the property;
(6) That the proposed event and use will
not unreasonably interfere with or detract
from the promotion of public health, welfare, safety and recreation;
(7) That the property has not been reserved for other use at the time requested in the application;
(8) That the proposed event will not entail
unusual, extraordinary or burdensome
expense to the city;
(9) The applicant and group have
complied with any required permits or
licenses required for the activity on the
property.
(d) The application for a permit required
in this section shall include, in the discretion of the director, information reasonably calculated to allow the director
to determine the appropriateness of a
permit, considering the factors set forth
in subsection c of this section. The director or designee shall determine whether a
permit shall be issued.
(e) The factors listed in subsection c of
this section shall also apply to a permit
application under section 17-207 of this
article.
(f) The permit required in this section is
in addition to and not in lieu of any other
license or permit required in this Code.
(g) The director shall issue or deny a permit within thirty days of submission of the
permit application.
(h) In the event of denial of the permit
application, the applicant shall have 10
days to appeal such denial to the administration committee of the city council.
The administration committee shall hold
a hearing on the appeal in person or upon
written submission, within 21 days of the
filing of the appeal with the city clerk.
The applicant shall be notified in writing
of the date, time and place of the hearing. The administration committee shall
afford the applicant the opportunity to
present information in support of the application. Within 10 days of the hearing,
the administration committee shall issue
its written decision, which may affirm or
reverse the decision of the director, or
affirm the application subject to certain
conditions. The decision of the administration committee shall be final.
(i) Revocation of permit. The permit may
be revoked without notice if the director, the chief of police, or fire chief have
cause to believe anyone participating in
the public event has committed any one
or more of the following acts or if the following conditions occur:
i. violated any local, state or federal laws;
ii. violated the terms of any permit issued;
iii. violated the rules or regulations of the
area or facility; or
iv that the public order or the health or
safety of the public would be at risk if the
use continued.
(j) The applicant or sponsoring group/organization and all individual participants
shall be required to have been approved
for any local, state or federal licenses or
permits that are required for the activities
intended to be conducted pursuant to
the permit.
(k) Any and all appropriate city departments are authorized to inspect the public event and may issue citations for any
violation of this Code or any regulations
pertaining to the operation of the public
event.
(l) The director, after consultation with
other appropriate departments, shall
have the authority to promulgate such
forms, rules and regulations that the
director determines are necessary or
desirable for the implementation of this
section. The forms, rules and regulations
shall be available for inspection by the
public.
(m) Liability of permit holder. The holder
of a permit required by this article as well
as any sponsoring group or organization
shall be liable for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any person or the city
arising out of or resulting from the fault
of the permit holder, his or her employees, servants or agents, or other persons
participating in or attending the public
event. The holder as well as any sponsoring group or organization, by acceptance
of a permit, assumes full responsibility for
and agrees to indemnify the city against
and save it harmless from any liability
arising out of or resulting from the fault
of the holder as well as any sponsoring
group or organization, and their employees, servants or agents, or other persons
participating in or attending the public
event.
(n)The director may impose insurance requirements on the issuance of a permit
under this section in order to minimize
the liability of the city for injury or damage connected to or arising out of the
public event.
(Code 2017, § 20-225; Ord. No. 2763, §
1, 4-23-2012)
Section 4. Section 19-2, Street Meetings; Parades, of Article I, In General, of
Chapter 19, Streets and Sidewalks, of the
Code of Ordinances of the City of Cedar
Falls, Iowa, is hereby repealed in its entirety and new Section 19-2, Right-OfWay, Public Park, Public Area Meetings;
Parades, of Article I, In General, of Chapter 19, Streets and Sidewalks, is hereby
enacted in lieu thereof, as follows:
Sec. 19-2. Right-of-way, public park,
public area meetings; parades.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to
hold public meetings of any character or
description upon any public right-of-way
of the city, or in any public park or area
under the control of the city, without a
permit being first secured as set forth in
this section, or for any person to congregate about or upon any public right-ofway of the city so as to obstruct public
travel or city services, or for any person
to parade or march upon any street or
public right-of-way of the city without a
permit being first secured as set forth in
this section.
(b) Public meetings may be held on public right-of-ways of the city and in public
parks or other public areas, and parades
or marches may be held in the city by
a person first obtaining from the city a
written permit as described in section
17-210.This section is not intended to
apply to funeral processions, students
engaged in educational activities under
the direct supervision of proper school
authorities, or governmental agencies
acting within the scope of their functions.
(c) Any person violating any provision
of this section, or who holds, conducts,
manages, directs or has charge of a public meeting, parade or march otherwise
than in accordance with the terms of the
written permit issued as provided in this
section, shall be guilty of a municipal infraction, punishable as provided in section 1-9 of this Code.
(Code 2017, § 23-3)
INTRODUCED:
July 1, 2019
PASSED 1ST CONSIDERATION:
July 1, 2019
PASSED 2ND CONSIDERATION:
July 15, 2019
PASSED 3RD CONSIDERATION:
August 5, 2019
ADOPTED:
August 5, 2019
James P. Brown, Mayor
ATTEST:
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
Black
Hawk
County
Agricultural
Extension
District
Published
Report
Operating
07/01/2018 to 6/30/2019
Beginning Balance and Receipts:
Balance: July 1, 2018
$320,282.62
Receipts:
Grant Revenue
$46,211.05
Interest Revenue
$1,463.53
Other Revenue
$96.75
Program Fee Revenue
$83,821.54
Property Tax Revenue
$527,702.40
Resale Revenue
$1,453.22
Total Receipts:
$660,748.49
Total Beginning Balance and Receipts:
$981,031.11
Disbursements:
93.5 the Mix
Marketing Expense
$2,100.00
Abby J. Rippe
Net Wages and Travel
$11,367.63
Ace Hardware
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$13.69
Alayna Laughridge
Program Fee Expense
$2.00
Aldi, Meeting Expense
$132.05
Alejandra Caro

Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$300.00
Alejandra Huesca
Grant Expense
$111.22
Alexander O'Connell
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Amarisol Monroy
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$300.00
Amazon.com
Marketing Expense
$1,534.81
Amber Weber
Program Fee Expense
$3.00
American Button Machine
Marketing Expense
$120.58
American Income Life Insurance
Program Fee Expense
$26.15
Amy Ball
Program Fee Expense
$25.00
Andrew Coghill-Behrends
Program Fee Expense
$119.42
AndyMark, Inc.
Program Fee Expense
$497.50
At Home Store
Program Fee Expense
$28.22
Barb Anderson
Program Fee Expense
$122.50
Barb Klabunde
Program Fee Expense
$75.00
Bank Iowa, Bank Charges, Fees, Interest
Expense
$4.00
Beck's Sports Brewery
Program Fee Expense
$14.96
Becky Anderson
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Bennington Boosters
Program Fee Expense
$54.25
Best Buy
Equipment Expense
$106.97
Big Cedar Springers
Program Fee Expense
$77.75
Big Stock Photos
Marketing Expense
$133.00
Bill Doran Company
Program Fee Expense
$76.61
Bill's Smokehouse & Pizza
Meeting Expense
$18.81
Black Hawk Co Sherriff
Background Checks Expense
$30.00
Black Hawk County Fairboard
Program Fee Expense
$17,068.45
Black Hawk County Farm Bureau
Memberships, Dues Expense
$35.00
Black Hawk County Treasurer
Program Fee Expense
$21.00
Black Hawk Shining Stars/Clovers
Program Fee Expense
$52.25
Black Hawk Stars
Program Fee Expense
$97.25
Blain's Farm & Fleet
Program Fee Expense
$2.96
Blue Iguana
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$38.78
Bremer County ISU Extension
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$57.90
Bright Eagles 4-H Club
Program Fee Expense
$17.50
Buchanan County Fair
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$5.00
Casandra Brustkern
Program Fee Expense
$150.00
Casey's
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$123.09
Catering By Dee
Program Fee Expense
$791.80
Caydin Newman
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Cedar Falls Hustling Clovers
Program Fee Expense
$126.50
Cedar Falls Lucky Hawks
Program Fee Expense
$177.08
Cedar Falls Rising Stars
Program Fee Expense
$73.75
Cedar Valley Nonprofit Association Fund
Memberships, Dues Expense $200.00
CenturyLink
Telecommunications Expense $3,415.42
Cheryl Agnilar
Program Fee Expense
$50.00
Choice Hotels
Program Fee Expense
$99.57
Christopher Martin
Program Fee Expense
$30.00
Cindy Wilson
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Clayton Zuck
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Collum Plumbing
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$65.00
Consumer Crafts
Program Fee Expense
$24.80
Copy Systems
Supplies Expense
$184.50
Courier Communications
Advertising Expense
$3,694.22
Courtney Perry
Transportation Expense
$1,115.62
Creative Creations Embroidery & Design
Program Fee Expense
$8.00
Criteriaon Pictures
Program Fee Expense
$350.00
Current Catalog
Program Fee Expense
$19.80
Custom Ink
Program Fee Expense
$351.14
Dairy Queen
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$11.84
Dani Duppong
Program Fee Expense
$50.00
Dawn Best
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Delta Dental of Iowa
Benefits Expense
$2,458.65
Des Moines Botanical Garden
Program Fee Expense
$37.42
Dollar General
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$93.68
Dollar Tree Stores
Grant Expense
$249.00
Domino's
Program Fee Expense
$65.60
Dusk to Dawn Sales, LLC
Program Fee Expense
$552.00
Dusty Greiman
Program Fee Expense
$202.26
Earl May Garden Center
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$19.15
Ebay
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$12.24
El Patron
Program Fee Expense
$23.81
Elaine Eggers
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Elena Rasmussen
Transportation Expense
$751.33
Eleni L. Parsons
Net Wages and Travel
$2,029.01
Ellie Brown
Program Fee Expense
$25.00
Ellie Mills
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Emily R. Damro
Net Wages and Travel
$26,454.23
Eric O'Brien
Program Fee Expense
$25.00
Escape Cedar Valley, Professional Development Training Expense
$200.00
Facebook
Marketing Expense
$446.79
Family Dollar
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$18.00
Fareway Stores
Marketing Expense
$238.84
Farm & Fleet
Program Fee Expense
$61.93
Fat Cup Coffee
Program Fee Expense
$66.50
Felicia Carter
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$100.00
Fidelity Security Life
Other Current Liabilities
$792.44
First Advantage Background Services
Corp
Background Checks Expense $2,465.88
Flora J. Ryan
Net Wages and Travel
$11,549.18
Food Corps
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense $15,000.00
Foster Supply
Grant Expense
$930.89

Fosters Inc.
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$472.98
Gibson Specialty Co
Program Fee Expense
$899.25
Ginny Zahn
Program Fee Expense
$150.00
Gloria Paulsen
Program Fee Expense
$75.00
Grace Traini
Travel Expense
$1,146.49
Grandstay Suites
Other Travel Expense
$514.76
Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber
Memberships, Dues Expense $395.00
Hally Frisbie
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Hannah O'Connell
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Hannah Zuck
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Hansen's Fresh Farm Dairy
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$188.34
Harland Clarke
Supplies Expense
$60.31
Hawkeye Alarm & Signal Co
Equipment Expense
$170.00
Hawkeye Catering
Program Fee Expense
$126.00
Hawkeye Community College
Marketing Expense
$20.00
Hawkeye Stages
Program Fee Expense
$1,469.00
Hobby Lobby
Marketing Expense
$278.94
Home Depot
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$358.25
Home School Heroes
Program Fee Expense
$29.25
HomeGoods
Program Fee Expense
$29.94
Horse & Pony Club
Program Fee Expense
$7.75
Hudson FFA
Program Fee Expense
$69.25
Hudson Printing Company, Inc.
Advertising Expense
$459.84
HuHot
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$107.67
Hummert International
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$775.67
Hy-Vee Store
Marketing Expense
$3,592.80
Icon Donuts
Program Fee Expense
$14.71
Iowa Extension Council Association
Membership & Benefits Expense$680.00
Iowa Public Employee Retirement System, Retirement Plan
$45,748.52
Iowa Show Productions
Program Fee Expense
$205.00
Iowa State University, Shared Support,
Program, Materials, Equipment Expense
$63,594.30
ISU Extension Winneshiek Co
Program Fee Expense
$1,180.88
J & R School Supplies
Marketing Expense
$386.60
Jackson Griffith
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$185.21
Jethro's BBQ
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$15.47
Jill Smith
Program Fee Expense
$72.13
Joan Knoebel
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
JoAnn Fabric
Marketing Expense
$50.95
Johnny's Seeds
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$64.66
Jordan's Nursery
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$68.94
Judy L. Muniz
Net Wages and Travel
$21,709.06
Julie Fee
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Julie D. Wolfe
Net Wages and Travel
$29,655.92
Justin J. Rottinghaus
Net Wages and Travel
$264.00
K & K Gardens
Grant Expense
$1,072.25
Kateri Van Daele
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Kathryn Gilbery
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$726.10
Kayla Carolan
Program Fee Expense
$500.00
Kei-Che Randle
Transportation Expense
$6.96
Kenedy Rousselow
Program Fee Expense
$3.00
Kerri Karsjens
Program Fee Expense
$50.00
Kristin Humke
Program Fee Expense
$255.00
Kwik Star
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$145.48
Lanae Johnson
Transportation Expense
$11.37
LaPorte-Dysart FFA
Program Fee Expense
$7.00
Larry Cain
Program Fee Expense
$85.00
Lester Livewires
Program Fee Expense
$104.75
Lincoln Friendly Links
Program Fee Expense
$64.25
Lincoln Links
Program Fee Expense
$96.00
Linn County Extension & Outreach
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$23.80
Little Caesar's
Program Fee Expense
$49.16
LJ's Grill
Program Fee Expense
$13.64
Lorne Welintz
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Madelyn Ridgeway
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$100.00
Marco's Pizza
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$71.92
Madelie E. Herring
Net Wages and Travel
$2,972.56
Maria J. Geisler
Net Wages and Travel
$1,745.09
Martin Brothers Distributing
Program Fee Expense
$1,353.98
Mary Huffman
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Mathias Smith
Program Fee Expense
$2.00
McDonald's Corporation
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$9.08
McIntosh Memorial Fund
Program Fee Expense
$45.13
Mediacom
Facility Expense
$1,679.40
Megan Pezley
Program Fee Expense
$25.00
Menards
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$1,300.47
Michele Ann. Smith
Net Wages and Travel
$47,519.52
Mike Henning
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Mitchell Sage
Program Fee Expense
$15.00
Mt Vernon Pals
Program Fee Expense
$119.25
Mt Vernon Pals Clover Kids
Program Fee Expense
$1.00
MWI
Program Fee Expense
$97.14
My Waterloo Days
Program Fee Expense
$27.28
Nathaniel Smith
Program Fee Expense
$1.00
National 4H Council
Marketing Expense
$348.89
National Cattle Congress
Program Fee Expense
$11.00
Natural Grocers
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$106.27
Neopost USA Inc.
Equipment Expense
$440.40
North Star Community Services
Facility Expense
$30,309.06

Northeast IA Food Bank
Memberships, Dues Expense $254.23
O'Donnell Ace
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$5.53
Office Depot
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$134.26
Olivia O'Connell
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Online Labels.com
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$23.90
On-Site Information Destruction Services
of Iowa, LLC
Supplies Expense
$180.00
Orange Clovers
Program Fee Expense
$69.00
Oriental Trading Co.
Program Fee Expense
$41.95
Panera Bread
Meeting Expense
$22.15
Papa John's
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$77.65
Party City
Program Fee Expense
$166.49
Pat Lichty
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Patrick O'Malley
Program Fee Expense
$114.00
Paypal, Other Expense
$2.00
Peggy Drinovsky
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Pizza Hut
Program Fee Expense
$16.92
Popcorn Heaven
Meeting Expense
$16.00
Portacool LLC
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$71.96
Print Services Expo Learning Center
Marketing Expense
$72.00
Product Display Solutions
Program Fee Expense
$101.98
Progressive Agriculture Foundation
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$75.00
QC Supply
Program Fee Expense
$82.88
Quill, Supplies Expense
$3,825.49
Randall's, Program Fee & Meeting Expense
$1,009.36
Rebecca Ackles
Program Fee Expense
$161.00
Regional Food Conference
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$23.16
Retrieving Freedom
Program Fee Expense
$45.12
Rick Miller
Equipment Expense
$272.75
Ricoh USA Inc.
Supplies Expense
$5,219.56
River City Supply
Marketing Expense
$483.79
Rockets Donuts
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$37.50
Rosario Garcia
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$300.00
Rudy's Tacos
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$7.68
Ruth Koltookian
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Sally Beauty
Program Fee Expense
$9.28
Sam's Club
Marketing Expense
$977.56
SarWar Corp
Program Fee Expense
$2.13
Scheels
Program Fee Expense
$144.11
Servocity.com
Program Fee Expense
$538.51
Sheila K. Sartorius
Net Wages and Travel
$11,955.67
Sheila Walitshek
Net Wages and Travel
$25,641.41
Sherrie's Cafe
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$8.29
Shirt Shack, Inc.
Program Fee Expense
$856.42
Shred-It
Supplies Expense
$90.00
Sidecar Coffee
Meeting Expense
$6.04
Signs By Tomorrow
Marketing Expense
$134.00
Single Speed
Program Fee Expense
$2.68
Sleep Inn & Suites
Other Travel Expense
$302.71
Special Occasions
Program Fee Expense
$167.00
Staats
Program Fee Expense
$333.85
Staples
Program Fee Expense
$93.79
Starbucks
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$20.59
Stephanie Orth
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Steven J. Eilers
Net Wages and Travel
$38,946.52
Sue Holm
Program Fee Expense
$85.00
Susan D. Cook
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Tama County ISU Extension & Outreach
Program Fee Expense
$280.00
Teresa R. Stansbury
Net Wages and Travel
$2,570.62
Terrance Hollingsworth
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Tessa Ladsten
Travel Expense
$1,240.65
Texas Roadhouse
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$34.72
The Boulder Tap House
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$37.06
The Landmark Bistro
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$15.82
The Soul Town
Memberships, Dues Expense
$80.00
The Standard
Other Current Liabilities
$782.50
Three Amigos
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$17.92
Timerland Promotions
Marketing Expense
$2,337.58
Total Funds by Hasler
Postage Expense
$4,000.00
Tractor Supply
Program Fee Expense
$97.45
Treasurer State of Iowa
Payroll Taxes
$10,670.00
UAW Local 838
Program Fee Expense
$350.00
Uline
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$16.16
United Parcel Service
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$20.62
United States Dept of the Treasury
Payroll Taxes
$58,481.22
United States Postal Service
Marketing Expense
$117.43
University of Iowa
Program Fee Expense
$235.00
University of Northern Iowa
Program Fee Expense
$568.00
VGM Corp Specialties
Program Fee Expense
$692.75
Vicki Cose
Program Fee Expense
$160.00
Village Inn
Non-Tax Meals Expense
$185.61
Walmart
Marketing Expense
$2,485.91
Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield
Benefits Expense
$56,762.63
Westminster
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$300.00
Will Fettkether
Program Fee Expense
$20.00
Wilson Restaurant Supply
Program Fee Expense
$220.00
WPC Church
Program Fee Expense
$125.00
YQCA
Program Fee Expense
$12.00
YWCA - Black Hawk County
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
$225.50
Total Disbursements:
$616,530.23
Net Balance: June 30, 2019 $364,500.88

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