Details for Cedar Falls, City of - Legals - Ad from 2020-07-30

CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, JULY 20, 2020
REGULAR MEETING, CITY COUNCIL
MAYOR ROBERT M. GREEN 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, at 7:00 P.M. on the above
date. The Mayor opened the meeting and announced that the
meeting was being conducted electronically in conformance
with the Governor’s Proclamation of Disaster Emergency to
limit the spread of COVID-19. Members present: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Taiber. Absent: None.
52909 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Darrah that
the minutes of the Regular Meeting of July 6, 2020 be approved as presented and ordered of record. Motion carried
unanimously.
A moment of silence was observed in memory of former
Councilmember Stanley Smith.
52910 - Mayor Green announced the continuation of the
public hearing on the proposed rezoning from R-1 Residence
District and A-1 Agricultural District, to RP Planned Residence
District, of property located east of Union Road and north of
West 27th Street. Community Services Manager Howard provided a brief summary of the proposed rezoning. Following
questions and comments by Councilmembers deBuhr, Kruse,
Miller, Sires, Darrah and Taiber, Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street,
Engineer Timothy Verheyen, 4818 Briarwood Drive, and Developer Brent Dahlstrom, 5016 Samantha Circle, and responses
by Community Services Manager Howard and City Administrator Gaines, it was moved by deBuhr and seconded by
Harding to continue the hearing to the August 3, 2020 Council
meeting. Motion carried unanimously.
52911 - It was moved by Miller and seconded by Darrah that
Ordinance #2967, vacating certain public right-of-way along
Prairie Parkway, be passed upon its third and final consideration. Following a question by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street,
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, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Taiber. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Ordinance #2967 duly
passed and adopted.
52912 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that
Ordinance #2968, amending Chapter 2, Administration, of
the Code of Ordinances relative to establishing a Human Resources Division within the Department of Finance and Business Operations, be passed upon its second 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,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Taiber. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52913 - It was moved by Sires and seconded by Miller that the
following items and recommendations on the Consent Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Receive and file a proclamation recognizing August 2020 as
Gastroparesis Awareness Month.
Receive and file the resignation of Lisa Thomas as a member
of the Human Rights Commission, effective July 1, 2020.
Approve the following recommendations of the Mayor relative
to the appointment of members to Boards and Commissions.
a) Maureen Burum, Community Center and Senior Services
Board, term ending 06/30/2023
b) Larry Petersen, Community Center and Senior Services
Board, term ending 06/30/2023
c) Angela Waseskuk, Human Rights Commission, term ending
07/01/2022
d) Katelyn Browne, Library Board of Trustees, term ending
06/30/2026
e) Molly Cormaney, Library Board of Trustees, term ending
06/30/2026
f) Cynthia Snell, Library Board of Trustees, term ending
06/30/2026
Receive and file communications from the Civil Service Commission relative to certified lists for the following positions:
a) Arborist.
b) Assistant Equipment Mechanic.
c) Engineering Technician II.
d) Visitors & Tourism Sales and Marketing Coordinator.
Approve the application of The Dragon’s Cave, 2225 College
St, for a cigarette/tobacco/nicotine/vapor permit.
Approve the following applications for beer permits and liquor
licenses:
a) Chuck E. Cheese’s, 5911 University Avenue, Class B beer
- renewal.
b) Cypress Lounge, 209 A State Street, Class C liquor & outdoor service - renewal.
c) Hy-Vee Market Grille, 6301 University Avenue, Class C liquor - renewal.
d) Octopus, 2205 College Street, Class C liquor & outdoor
service - renewal.
e) The Other Place, 4214 University Avenue, Class C liquor &
outdoor service - renewal.
f) Sturgis Falls Celebration, Gateway Park, Special Class C
liquor & outdoor service - 5-day permit.
Motion carried unanimously.
52914 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Harding to
receive and file the Committee of the Whole minutes of July 6,
2020 relative to the following items:
a) Update on potential pool partnership.
b) Urban chickens and ducks.
c) Bills & Payroll.
Following questions by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and
responses by Mayor Green, the motion carried unanimously.
52915 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Harding that
the following resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #22,051, approving and authorizing execution
of an Actuarial Services Agreement with SilverStone Group,
LLC relative to Governmental Accounting Standards Board
(GASB) 75.
Resolution #22,052, approving and authorizing execution of
an Agreement for Restoration Services with Fischer Bros., LLC
relative to waterslide maintenance and restoration at the Falls
Aquatic Center.
Resolution #22,053, approving and adopting revisions to the
Housing Rehabilitation Manual for Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) funding relative to the CARES Act.
Resolution #22,054, supporting a River Place Term Sheet
relative to a proposed Amendment to Agreement for Private
Development and Downtown Parking.
Resolution #22,055, approving and authorizing the expenditure of funds for the purchase of an electric extrication tool set
for the Public Safety Department.
Resolution #22,056, approving and authorizing execution of
an Owner Purchase Agreement, in conjunction with the West
1st Street Reconstruction Project.
Resolution #22,057, approving and accepting completion of
public improvements in McMahill First Addition.
Resolution #22,058, approving the final plat of McMahill First
Addition.
Resolution #22,059, receiving and filing the bids, and approving and accepting the low bid of ASTECH Corp., in the amount
of $219,995.82, for the 2020 Seal Coat Project.
Resolution #22,060, approving and accepting the contract and
bond of ASTECH Corp. for the 2020 Seal Coat Project.
Resolution #22,061, receiving and filing the bids, and approv-

ing and accepting the low bid of Benton’s Sand & Gravel, Inc.,
in the amount of $176,494.61, for the Clay Street Park Water
Quality Improvements Project.
Resolution #22,062, approving and accepting the contract and
bond of Benton’s Sand & Gravel, Inc. for the Clay Street Park
Water Quality Improvements Project.
Resolution #22,063, receiving and filing, and setting August
3, 2020 as the date of public hearing on the proposed plans,
specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the
2020 Sidewalk Assessment Project - Zone 3.
Resolution #22,064, setting August 3, 2020 as the date of
public hearing on a proposal to convey a portion of vacated
public right-of-way along Prairie Parkway.
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,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Taiber. Nay: None. Motion carried. The
Mayor then declared Resolutions #22,051 through #22,064
duly passed and adopted.
52916 - It was moved by deBuhr and seconded by Darrah that
the bills and payroll of July 20, 2020 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,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Taiber. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52917 - City Administrator Gaines provided updates on COVID-19 regarding city employees and staffing.
Councilmember Darrah spoke about the ‘Currents’ Summer
publication and the programs and projects being offered
throughout the City, and acknowledged city staff for keeping
city operations going.
Public Safety Services Director Olson provided an update
regarding eight policing policies under review, a personality
test being added to the hiring process, continued trainings, his
continued membership on the Citizen Advisory Committee and
Acting Police Chief Berte attending the Black Hawk County
Board of Health Law Enforcement Dialogue titled ‘Racism The Public Health Crisis’.
Community Development Director Sheetz, Aquatics Supervisor Schoentag, City Administrator Gaines and Mayor Green
provided updates on pool attendance and passes in response
to questions and comments by Councilmembers Miller, Harding, Kruse and Sires.
Public Safety Services Director Olson responded to a question
by Councilmember Miller regarding rumors about the atmosphere at the Public Safety Facility and a social media rumor
regarding the remaining non-union firefighters.
52918 - Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, spoke opposed to use
of the word “germane” and consideration of multiple items
on a single motion.
Rick Sharp, 1623 Birch Street, requested that public safety vehicles be rebranded with the public safety decals and correct
staff titles be used to avoid confusion, and requested clarification on how future meetings would be held.
Mayor Green provided updates and clarification on public
meetings, opening of public buildings and rules of conduct in
response to the two previous speakers.
52919 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that
the meeting be adjourned at 8:08 P.M. Motion carried unanimously.
________________________________
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
12TH ST. RECONSTRUCT
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1
132,801.83
ADULT BOOKS
US BANK
6
103.18
ADULT EXERCISE EQUIP
US BANK
1
35.97
ADULT SPORTS SUPPLIE
D & K PRODUCTS
1
430.00
US BANK
1
19.98
WATERLOO TENT & TARP
1
3,170.00
ADULT VIDEO
US BANK
10
263.13
AUDIT
EIDE BAILLY, LLP
1
5,000.00
BANK SERVICE CHARGES
FARMERS STATE BANK
11
188.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY HE
BLACK HAWK CO.HEALTH
1
3,250.00
BROCHURES & PUBLICAT
STOREY KENWORTHY
1
26.16
BUILDING REPAIR
ECHO GROUP, INC.
1
85.92
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES
2
98.12
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF
2
937.39
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
1
229.00
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
1
13.98
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY
4
237.32
US BANK
1
43.02
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
2
60.00
FRESH START CLEANING
9
21,824.00
HARRIS CLEANING SERV
1
437.50
CEDAR VALLEY SOCCER
CEDAR VALLEY YOUTH
1
2,500.00
CJIS OPERATION
BLACK HAWK CO.CJIS
2
14,158.38
CLASSROOM SUPPLIES
US BANK
16
859.19
CODE ENFORCEMENT SUP
PROFESSIONAL LAWN CA
2
1,638.75
COMMUNITY PROGRAMMIN
US BANK
1
128.27
COMPUTER SERVICES
CAROLINA SOFTWARE, I
1
2,000.00
CONTINGENCY
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO
1
15.14
CREDIT CARD CHARGES
COMMUNITY BANKERS
2
127.23
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO
6
545.31
VANTIV INTEGRATED
1
50.00
DENTAL INSURANCE
WELLMARK IOWA
5
6,214.50
DOWNTOWN LEVEE IMPRO
IOWA BRIDGE & CULVER
1
213,400.42
DUES & MEMBERSHIPS
AICPA DUES PROCESSIN
1
285.00
IOWA STATE BAR ASSOC
1
300.00
US BANK
4
872.00
DUES, BOOKS, MAGAZIN
THOMSON REUTERS - WE
2
1,216.64
US BANK
1
42.00
EDUCATION
US BANK
13
980.72
E-GOVERNMENT
CARLSON SOFTWARE, IN
1
650.00
CIVICPLUS
1
13,051.89
US BANK
3
312.00
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
BLACK HAWK CO.EMERGE
1
53,324.30
EMERGENCY SUPPLIES
STOREY KENWORTHY
3
615.60
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STOREY KENWORTHY
US BANK
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US BANK
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HIWAY TRUCK EQUIPMEN
IPS GROUP, INC
KIRK GROSS COMPANY
OUTDOOR & MORE
STIVERS FORD, INC.
STOREY KENWORTHY
US BANK
VAN METER, INC.
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
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UNITED STATES TREASU
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GALLERY SUPPLIES
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GAS & OIL
AIRGAS USA, LLC
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY
GIFT SHOP
DOLGENER, ALICE
FITKIN POPCORN COMPA
FRIENDS OF SARTORI H
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KENYON, JAMES
O’SHIELDS, DAVID
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO
US BANK
GRANTS - CULTURAL SE
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GRANTS - LIBRARY
US BANK
GRANTS - POLICE EQUI
MIDWEST DEFENSE
GREENHILL RD & S MAI
SHIVE-HATTERY
GROUNDS SUPPLIES
COPYWORKS
HEALTH INS. REIMBURS
ADVANTAGE ADMIN-SECT
HEALTH INSURANCE
ADVANTAGE ADMIN-SECT
EXPRESS SCRIPTS, INC
UNITED STATES TREASU
WELLMARK IOWA
HEALTH SEVERANCE PAY
ANDERSON, ALETA L.
CLARK, DAN
JEHLE, STEVEN
REGENOLD, SHARON K.
WITRY, CRAIG
HOME PROGRAM
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISS
PARKADE PRINTER, INC
STOREY KENWORTHY
HUMANE SOCIETY
CEDAR BEND HUMANE
WATERLOO, CITY OF
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SPINUTECH WEB DESIGN
IOWA ONE CALL
CAMPBELL SUPPLY
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I.P.E.R.S.
ISLAND PARK MASTER P
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US BANK
LAB & TESTING
TESTAMERICA LABORATO
LAUNDRY
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
LEGAL CONSULTANTS
AHLERS AND COONEY, P
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN
LIABILITY INSURANCE
AHLERS AND COONEY, P
EMC RISK SERVICES, L
FRIEDEMANN GOLDBERG
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L
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LTD INSURANCE
MADISON NATIONAL LIF
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CULLIGAN WATER
US BANK
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WEIKERT IRON AND MET
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IOWA PUBLIC RADIO, I
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OFFICE DEPOT
PARKADE PRINTER, INC
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STOREY KENWORTHY
US BANK
OFFICERS EQUIPMENT
HEUER, BROOKE
KRUEGER, MATT
RACOM CORPORATION
WERTJES UNIFORMS
OPERATING EQUIPMENT
CINTAS FIRST AID & S
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH
CRESCENT ELECTRIC
FARNSWORTH
FASTENAL COMPANY
GRAINGER PARTS
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF
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US BANK

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266.30
24.25

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333.76

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41,724.76
3,700.00
4,107.99
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58,661.00
11.99
1,931.06
384.36

1

31.38

3

177,892.77

3

151,800.34

1

1,823.47

1
1
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689.75
91.00
116.49

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1

46.53
280.00

1
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314.76
518.01

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156.00
12.10
13.50
3.70
12.80
12.50
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100.00

7

201.01

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367.50

1

15,476.69

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10.00

7

423.76

1
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1
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146.13
52,930.52
997.42
77,610.74

2
1
2
1
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289.20
219.83
1,729.44
214.34
927.00

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479.79

1
2

4.59
5.72

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2

2,216.50
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1

1,885.00

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125,276.24

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559.99

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21.00

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6,277.24
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4,470.91
103.52

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25,353.81
1,193.51
2,561.90
17,500.00
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368.00
820.80

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3,987.50

3
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660.50
149.03
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880.00
211.55

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1,684.92
756.35
285.00
249.99
81.06
153.86
2,287.04
116.97

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ABC EMBROIDERY, INC.
BENTON BUILDING CENT
BROWN’S SHOE FIT
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
CULLIGAN WATER
DES MOINES STAMP MFG
ECHO GROUP, INC.
FASTENAL COMPANY
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES
HOTSY EQUIPMENT COMP
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF
L & M TRANSMISSION
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
PARKADE PRINTER, INC
PETTY CASH
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO
RAY MOUNT WRECKER
SHRED-IT USA
STOKES WELDING
STOREY KENWORTHY
THOMPSON SHOES
THOMSON REUTERS - WE
US BANK
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ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRA
COLLECTION SERVICES
TEAMSTERS LOCAL #238
VOYA FINANCIAL
PAINT
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT
PAY PLAN STUDY
COTTINGHAM & BUTLER
PEST CONTROL
PLUNKETT’S PEST CONT
POLICE AUXILIARY PRO
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POLICE EQUIPMENT
MIDWEST DEFENSE
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ACCO UNLIMITED
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US BANK
POSTAGE
PETTY CASH
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
US BANK
PRINTING
COURIER LEGAL
PARKADE PRINTER, INC
STOREY KENWORTHY
PRINTING & PUBLICATI
US BANK
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGN
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO
MAYNARD, LYNSIE
MRI SOFTWARE LLC
SCHNEIDER, RALDO
TERRACON CONSULTANTS
US BANK
WATERLOO, CITY OF
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DICK COLE PRODUCTION
US BANK
PROMOTIONS
US BANK
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LINDERBAUM REAL ESTA
PUBLIC INFORMATION P
FRIENDS OF HARTMAN
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IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE
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UNITED STATES TREASU
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IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE
STORM SEWERS
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STREET RECONSTRUCTIO
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
TERRACON CONSULTANTS
STREETS
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BENTON BUILDING CENT
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50.29
145.00
21.00
34.35
56.60
186.53
302.62
35.36
486.00
208.44
168.00
1,731.23
71.61
93.43
18.35
2.00
1,102.69
150.00
48.07
194.44
54.43
160.00
277.33
4,914.50

1
3
1
4

5,676.55
1,981.09
3,913.72
32,584.98

3

2,231.25

1

250.00

1

47.29

1

103.00

1

367.50

1

4,339.57

3
1

2,342.05
332.86

1

79.50

1
1
2

1.00
281.04
29.64

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3
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874.62
57.33
48.62

1

1,081.67

1
1
11
1
1
1
5
1
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29.30
127.50
10,867.27
100.00
1,770.00
300.00
3,315.28
107.88
200.00

1
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539.50
1,682.34

1

12.95

1

3,755.31

1

1,626.57

1

50,748.00

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4,336.76

1
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320.00
2,000.00

1

2,759.76

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520.00
168.75
200.00
45.00
88.00
81.25
260.00

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81.50
245.97
159.90

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226.67
540.00
6.95
84.00
1,942.49

1

146.20

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7,136.24

1

237.19

1

423.00

1

490.22

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173.25

1

5,000.00

1

334.62

3

966.96

3

69,706.78

3

999.25

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469,426.84
1,064.39

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455.84
74.84
3,064.25
1,470.17
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MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
SAM ANNIS & CO.
STETSON BUILDING PRO
STREETSCAPE MAINTENA
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CUNNINGHAM CONSTRUCT
STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
BENTON’S SAND & GRAV
CLARK WIRE & CABLE,
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INVISION ARCHITECTUR
ROBINSON ENGINEERING
TRAFFIC CONTROL
US BANK
SWIM LESSON SUPPLIES
US BANK
SWIM POOL REPAIR & M
KEYSTONE LABORATORIE
L.J.’S WELDING & FAB
PLUMB TECH INC.
US BANK
TECHNICAL PROCESSING
US BANK
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
CENTURYLINK
VERIZON WIRELESS
TESTING & LAB
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOUR
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC,
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AHLERS AND COONEY, P
TOOLS
GRAINGER PARTS
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
US BANK
TOWELS
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE)
CUNNINGHAM, BONITA
MANNING, KIM
PETTY CASH
US BANK
WAGNER, REBEKAH
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
BALTES, THOMAS
BELZ, MATTHEW
BURKHARDT, KATIE
DOUGAN JR, SCOTT
FERGUSON, CLINTON
HAISLET, MICHAEL
HEUER, BROOKE
KRUEGER, MATT
LADAGE, ZACH
MARCOTTE, MIKE
REA, KARI
SITZMANN, JEFF
SMITH JR, TIMOTHY B
WERTJES UNIFORMS
VEHICLE SUPPLIES
AIKEY AUTO SALVAGE
WORK BY OUTSIDE AGEN
ALTORFER INC.
HARRISON TRUCK CENTE
RASMUSSON CO., THE
WORKERS COMP INSURAN
EMC RISK SERVICES, L
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN
YOUNG ADULT BOOKS
US BANK
YOUNG ADULT VIDEO
US BANK
YOUTH BOOKS
US BANK
YOUTH SPORTS/ACTIVE
US BANK
YOUTH VIDEO
US BANK
ZONING ORDINANCE
FERRELL MADDEN
GRAND TOTAL:
DISBURSEMENT BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
STREET CONSTRUCTION
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
STREET REPAIR FUND
CABLE TV FUND
PARKING FUND
TOURISM & VISITORS
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
POLICE FORFEITURE FU
REC FACILITIES CAPIT
2004 TIF BOND
2012 BOND
2020 BOND FUND
CAPITAL PROJECTS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
2018 STORM WATER BON
REFUSE FUND
SEWER RENTAL FUND
STORM WATER UTILITY
DATA PROCESSING FUND
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
WORKERS COMPENSATION
LIABILITY INSURANCE
GENERAL FUND
CABLE TV FUND
PARKING FUND
TOURISM & VISITORS
POLICE RETIREMENT FU
FIRE RETIREMENT FUND
REFUSE FUND
SEWER RENTAL FUND
DATA PROCESSING FUND
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
HEALTH SEVERANCE
PAYROLL FUND
WORKERS COMPENSATION
LTD INSURANCE FUND
LIABILITY INSURANCE
TOTAL

2
1
1
2

101.44
12.99
57.00
225.21

1
1

332,531.06
128,668.53

1
1
1
1
1
1
6

19,396.34
4,273.34
737.50
2,835.69
8,486.86
2,500.00
3,969.96

1

532.00

1
1
2
15

46.50
305.00
440.00
572.79

2

47.92

2
1

133.85
1,062.97

1
4

381.52
391.89

2

2,843.00

1
2
2
2

249.00
139.88
15.68
338.60

2

73.75

1
1
1
9
1

27.95
119.01
2.75
358.05
17.25

1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
19

40.66
266.00
6.42
165.84
10.22
134.81
81.25
8.55
164.79
128.35
334.65
382.60
14.88
3,867.88

1

50.00

1
1
1

221.10
2,451.28
125.00

2
1

12,568.15
4,049.50

1

15.50

1

17.38

1

40.84

7

254.23

1
2
761

17.62
7,500.00
2,881,854.50
188,714.77
78,218.47
1,814.91
11,357.37
603,293.06
10,275.68
3,737.65
5,923.78
56.71
367.50
2,835.69
464,042.59
213,400.42
15,476.69
56,666.85
3,755.31
19,396.34
27,031.24
38,099.38
11,123.83
30,690.04
997.42
56,116.35
4,049.50
3,368.85
13,775.79
0.92
45.86
187.73
4,339.57
1,823.47
26,789.88
7,196.18
1,297.12
136,901.89
3,379.81
568,832.47
12,568.15
3,675.26
250,230.00
2,881,854.50

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