Details for Cedar Falls, City of - Legals - Ad from 2021-09-17

CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 7, 2021
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. Members
present: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Harding, Darrah,
Sires, Dunn. Absent: None.
53461 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by
Miller that the minutes of the Regular Meeting of
August 16, 2021 be approved as presented and ordered of record. Motion carried unanimously.
53462 - Mayor Green read the following proclamations:
Proclamation recognizing September 17-23, 2021
as Constitution Week. Boy Scouts of America Scout
Carson Wirtz and Daughters of the American Revolution Representative Barb Gregerson commented.
Proclamation recognizing September 5-11, 2021
as Suicide Prevention and Recovery Week.
53463 - Following consensus among Councilmembers, the Mayor announced that since the two public hearings were closely related, that they would
be combined.
Mayor announced that in accordance with the
public notices of August 27, 2021, this was the
time and place for a public hearing on proposed
amendments to Chapter 26, Zoning, of the Code
of Ordinance relative to establishing the CD-DT,
Downtown Character District, and on the proposed
rezoning of all property within the defined boundaries of the Downtown Character District from current
zoning districts and placing the same in the CD-DT,
Downtown Character District Zoning District. It was
then moved by Harding and seconded by Miller that
the proofs of publication of notices for both hearings be received and placed on file. Motion carried
unanimously.
53464 - The Mayor then asked if there were any
written communications filed to the proposed
amendments and rezoning. Upon being advised
that there were three written communications on
file, the Mayor then called for oral comments. Planning & Community Services Manager Howard and
Ferrell Madden consultant Mary Madden provided a
summary of the proposals. Following questions and
comments by Mary Jane McCollum, 807 West 2nd
Street, Community Main Street Executive Director
Kim Bear, Developer Mark Kittrell, 250 State Street,
Jim Benda, 1816 Valley High Drive, and Sally Timmer, 203 Tremont Street, the Mayor declared the
hearing closed and passed to the next order of
business.
53465 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by
Harding that Ordinance #2994, amending Chapter
26, Zoning, and other associated sections of the
Code of Ordinances relative to establishing the CDDT, Downtown Character District, be passed upon
its first consideration. Following questions and
comments by Councilmembers Harding, Sires, deBuhr, Kruse, Miller, Darrah and Dunn, and responses by Planning & Community Services Manager
Howard and Ferrell Madden consultant Madden,
the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon
call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, Harding, Darrah, Dunn. Nay:
deBuhr, Kruse, Sires. Motion carried.
53466 - It was then moved by Miller and seconded
by Harding that Ordinance #2995, amending Section 26-118 of the Code of Ordinances, by removing all property within the defined boundaries of the
Downtown Character District from current zoning
districts and placing the same in the CD-DT, Downtown Character District Zoning District, be passed
upon its first consideration. Following a question by
Councilmember Kruse and response by Planning &
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, Harding, Darrah, Dunn. Nay: deBuhr,
Kruse, Sires. Motion carried.
53467 - It was moved by Harding and seconded
by Miller that the following items on the Consent
Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Receive and file the following resignations of members from Boards and Commissions:
a) John Clopton, Civil Service Commission.
b) Abigail Sears, Planning & Zoning Commission.
c) Leslie Prideaux, Planning & Zoning Commission,
effective October 1, 2021.
d) Leslie Prideaux, Visitors & Tourism Board, effective October 1, 2021.
Receive and file the Work Session minutes of August 16, 2021 relative to the following item:
a) Protocols for Remote Public Participation in City
Open Meetings.
Receive and file the Committee of the Whole minutes of August 16, 2021 relative to the following
items:
a) Utilities Board of Trustees Interview.
b) Cedar River Recreation Safety Project.
c) Future Forward 2025 Update.
Receive and file the Departmental Monthly Reports
of July, 2021.
Approve the following Order Accepting Acknowledgment/Settlement Agreements:
a) Bani’s, 2128 College Street, First tobacco violation.
b) Casey’s General Store, 2425 Center Street, First
tobacco violation.
c) Prime Mart, 2728 Center Street, First tobacco
violation.
Approve the following applications for beer permits
and liquor licenses:
a) Fleet Farm, 400 West Ridgeway Avenue, Class C
beer & Class B wine - renewal.
b) Fleet Farm Fuel, 108 West Ridgeway Avenue,
Class C beer & Class B wine - renewal.
c) Blue Room, 201 Main Street, Class C liquor renewal.
d) Wilbo, 118 Main Street, Class C liquor - renewal.
e) Casey’s General Store, 1225 Fountains Way,
Class E liquor - renewal.
Motion carried unanimously.
53468 - It was moved by Harding and seconded by
Miller that the following resolutions be introduced
and adopted:
Resolution #22,505, approving and adopting
amendments to the City’s Emergency Operations
Plan.
Resolution #22,506, approving and adopting revised public meeting protocols during the COVID-19
pandemic.
Resolution #22,507, designating the Director of
Finance & Business Operations as the City of Cedar Falls authorized representative for signing and
filing documents to obtain federal financial assistance under the coronavirus state and local fiscal
recovery funds established under the American
Rescue Plan Act.
Resolution #22,508, approving and authorizing
the transfer of funds from the General Fund to the
Emergency Reserve and Capital Projects Funds.

Resolution #22,509, approving and authorizing execution of an Account Service Agreement with One
Source The Background Check Company for preemployment and promotional background reports
and driver’s license validation.
Resolution #22,510, approving and authorizing execution of a Cooperative Agreement with the Iowa
Civil Rights Commission for FY22.
Resolution #22,511, approving and authorizing
execution of a Facilities Use Agreement with Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging, Inc. (NEI3A) relative to use of the Community Center.
Resolution #22,512, approving and authorizing the
expenditure of funds for the purchase of cameras
for the Transfer Station and Public Works facilities.
Resolution #22,513, approving and authorizing
execution of a Facility Use Agreement with the
American National Red Cross relative to use of the
Recreation and Fitness Center as a shelter during a
disaster emergency.
Resolution #22,514, approving a Mixed Use Residential (MU) Zoning District site plan for a medical
clinic addition at 226 Bluebell Road.
Resolution #22,515, approving Lot 17 Green Acres
Minor Subdivision Plat.
Resolution #22,516, approving and accepting the
contract and bond of Blacktop Service Company for
the 2021 Seal Coat Project.
Resolution #22,517, approving and authorizing
execution of a Storm Water Facility Maintenance
and Repair Agreement with Midwest Development
Co. and Wild Horse Ridge Homeowners Association
relative to a post-construction stormwater management plan for Wild Horse Ridge.
Resolution #22,518, approving an amendment to
the preliminary plat of Wild Horse Ridge.
Resolution #22,519, receiving and filing, and setting September 20, 2021 as the date of public
hearing on the proposed plans, specifications, form
of contract & estimate of cost for the 2021 Street
Patching Project.
Resolution #22,520, receiving and filing, and setting September 20, 2021 as the date of public
hearing on the proposed plans, specifications, form
of contract & estimate of cost for the Recreational
River Area and Riverbank Improvements Project.
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, Dunn. Nay: None. Motion carried. The
Mayor then declared Resolutions #22,505 through
#22,520 duly passed and adopted.
53469 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by
Darrah that the bills and claims of September 7,
2021 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, Dunn.
Nay: None. Motion carried.
53470 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by
Harding that the meeting be adjourned at 8:47 P.M.
Motion carried unanimously.
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
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1,835.21
3,106.06
252.79
3,235.03
181.93
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3,181.13
150.00
276.00
48,695.20
108.53
1,205.00
202.00
200.00
165.11
800.00
387.64
15,000.00
402.50
15,986.50
1,219.85
417.00
33.00
425.00
424.50
92.76
1,669.55
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20,541.00
1,580.00
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575.00
2,225.00
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10,762.91
225.00
448.00
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442.00
1,597.00
9,535.00
5,586.80
95,357.90
30,955.62
38.70
67.44
27.00
230.49
575.18
4,814.80
8,006.00
5,578.00
4,559.00
1,550.00
7,277.38
2,770.00
3,450.00
652.00
1,260.87
5,734.61
14.47
987.16
2,693.69
1,494.98
6,000.00
7,235.03
560.00
18,200.42
38,852.91
23,365.47
2,217.61
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HY-VEE KITCHEN
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BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
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ADULT BOOKS
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WATERLOO PUBLIC LIBR
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OVERDRIVE, INC.
ADULT SPORTS EQUIPME
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BARRICADES & FLASHER
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BIG WOODS CAMPGROUND
CANSEAL CANVAS COMPA
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CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE

52,039.21
120,105.00
177.38
11,892.28
461,151.57
1,462.16
6,370.89
122,654.31
7,485.80
158.44
675.67
140.00
5,671.00
152.00
323.00
50.12
217.80
8,090.80
53.07
243.51
300.00
254.04
1.31
7,395.94
120.38
5,068.33
5,059.58
154.81
4,750.31
2.96
12.60
2,397.50
16.82
72.85
42.25
179.34
4,531.54
15,255.20
79.95
120.66
510.69
14.79
31.10
128.77
13,527.19
130.00
5,204.23
38,852.91
2.71
11.57
123.93
525.26
240.36
1,018.19
23,365.47
2,217.61
11.79
2,149.50
9,112.77
1,035.00
15,416.53
3,122.86
1.23
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727.11
3,082.35
(104.12)
(441.09)
203,958.88
23,708.03
1,057.50
2,490.00
5.00
48.00
32.58
430.78
1,823.27
4,255.56
7,866.20
9,213.57
532,133.45
2,340.00
910.75
3,784.26
3.90
88,749.04
1,000.00
208.04
890.21
98,888.70
112.80
513.89
16,995.00
187,043.16
12,655.76
6,745.28
340.36
280.38
1,140.80
174,905.98
264.54
1,158.66
3,124.43
31,625.22
261.66
931.66
14,022.50
104.34
442.26
112.72
35.83
154.33
28,239.24
123.53
522.46
18,200.42
9,991.15
3,235.21
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STIVERS FORD, INC.
1
VORTEX OPTICS
1
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
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1
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BLACK HAWK CO.TREASU
6
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CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
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1
FRIENDS SUPPORTED PR
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
2
HENDRIX, GRADY
1
LAMAR COMPANIES
1
GAS & OIL
AIRGAS USA, LLC
1
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY
1
HTP ENERGY
1
IOWA STATE FIRE MARS
1
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
SAM ANNIS & CO.
1
GIFT SHOP
HOME SWEET DOME
1
GREENHILL RD & S MAI
SHIVE-HATTERY
2
HEADQUARTER SUPPLIES
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
1
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA
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HEALTH INSURANCE
HOLMES MURPHY & ASSO
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HEALTH SEVERANCE PAY
ANDERSON, ALETA L.
2
LORENZEN, RANDALL
2
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2
HOME PROGRAM
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO
1
HOUSING REHAB.
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD
3
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISS
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OFFICE EXPRESS OFFIC
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HUMANE SOCIETY
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INDUSTRIAL PARK LAND
BLACK HAWK CO.TREASU
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INTERNET DESIGN
SPINUTECH WEB DESIGN
2
JOB NOTICES
CEDAR VALLEY SAVER,
1
COURIER COMMUNICATIO
13
REGISTER MEDIA
1
LAB & TESTING
TESTAMERICA LABORATO
1
LAKE STREET TRAIL
AECOM TECHNICAL SERV
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LARGE PRINT BOOKS
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
6
CENGAGE LEARNING INC
2
CENTER POINT LARGE P
1
LEGAL CONSULTANTS
AHLERS AND COONEY, P
1
REDFERN, MASON, LARSEN
1
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L
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SWISHER & COHRT, P.L
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LIABILITY INSURANCE
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LIBRARY COMPUTER SER
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
1
LICENSES & SERVICE C
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1
GORDON FLESCH COMPAN
1
OCLC, INC.
1
OVERDRIVE, INC.
1
MAIN STREET RECONSTR
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1
MAINTENANCE & UPKEEP

426.00
1,227.00
26.01
103.63
15.79
114.30
70.35
316.00
37.20
151.58
60.38
95.00
150.50
609.75
6,684.00
24.00
50.00
40.00
479.50
25.00
1,357.48
94,954.42
36,948.48
299.15
199.41
237.50
900.00
139.46
6,250.00
360.00
50.00
500.00
1,745.00
150.00
1,961.92
575.00
850.00
2,122.00
4,686.80
2,781.54
30,000.00
5,410.75
876.00
159,725.00
7,749.99
236.10
162.00
31,338.00
2,144.87
108.81
7,396.00
5,380.00
3,320.00
121.02
317.45
350.00
525.00
69.34
675.00
16,332.04
80.00
4,804.65
65.00
60.00
22,404.99
35.76
38.43
4.99
2,333.33
297.00
1,656.20
213.94
630.54
(21.00)
0.51
3.01
4,770.00
11,628.00
108.75
75.00
1,344.00
790.65
411.98
1,242.45
198.65
77.67
46.74
3,900.00
275.50
2,714.00
1,000.00
540.00
15.00
2,623.00
1,031.09
743.86
3,000.00
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FASTENAL COMPANY
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MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA
OFFICE EXPRESS OFFIC
OLESON SOD COMPANY
OUTDOOR RECREATION P
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE,
STOKES WELDING
TESTAMERICA LABORATO
THOMPSON SHOES
WATERLOO TENT & TARP
OTHER DEDUCTIONS PAY
TEAMSTERS LOCAL #238
PAINT
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT
PERIODICALS
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURN
POSTAGE
CMRS-POC
QUADIENT FINANCE USA
POST-EMPLOYMENT PHYS
MERCYONE WATERLOO
PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSI
MERCYONE WATERLOO
PRINTING
COURIER LEGAL
PARKADE PRINTER, INC
PRINTING & PUBLICATI
LEVERAGE PRINTING IN
RAPIDS REPRODUCTIONS
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD
DOLLESLAGER, RICK
HUDSON, SCOTT
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO
REKWARD, GREG
PROMOTIONAL TAPES &
GIBSON SPECIALTY CO.
PROPERTY ACQUISITION
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
PUBLIC INFORMATION P
BLACK HAWK COUNTY
RADIO & MDC FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.E911RADIO & COMMUNICATIO
PRECISE MRM LLC
RADIO & MDC FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.E911RECORDING FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD
REFUNDS
AMANDA LYNCH
CAROLON JOHNSON
RYAN MCGEOUGH
THOMAS L MONICK
WATERLOO-CEDAR FALLS
REPAIR & MAINT. SUPP
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE
ADVANCED BUSINESS SY
BLUE BIN RECYCLING
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
CLARK WIRE & CABLE,
COOLEY PUMPING, LLC
HACH COMPANY
OUTDOOR & MORE
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY,
TESTAMERICA LABORATO
SAFETY SUPPLIES
CAMPBELL SUPPLY WATE
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
R & R INDUSTRIES, IN
THOMPSON SHOES
SANITARY SEWERS
BENTON'S READY MIX
SCBA SUPPLIES
FIRE RESCUE SPECIALT
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY,
SIDEWALK SPECIAL ASS
QUESTCDN
SOFTWARE SUPPORT AGR
IP PATHWAYS, LLC
SHIELD TECHNOLOGY
STATE CARES - CV2
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
EXCEPTIONAL PERSONS
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO
STORM SEWERS
BENTON'S READY MIX
BMC AGGREGATES L.C.
LEYMASTER TILE, RUST
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
STREET RECONSTRUCTIO

2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
7
4
1
1
2
1
65
1
1
2
3
1
3
1
5
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
5
1
5
1
1
1
11
2
6
19
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
22
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
7
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
5
1
2
1

62.00 PETERSON CONTRACTORS
STREETS
1,496.07 ASPRO, INC.
601.25 BENTON'S READY MIX
1,939.00 BMC AGGREGATES L.C.
BUILDERS SELECT LLC
1,015.74 MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
160.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS
STETSON BUILDING PRO
1,000.00 STREETSCAPE MAINTENA
MIDLAND CONCRETE PRO
208.87 OWEN CONTRACTING INC
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES,
85.00 STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
699.60 AECOM TECHNICAL SERV
1,607.90 AUDREY KITTREL
210.00 BENTON'S SAND & GRAV
699.60 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
1,115.78 QUESTCDN
SIGNS & DESIGNS, INC
120.76 SUSTAINABILITY
116.16 PERKINS & WILL, INC
28.30 TECHNICAL PROCESSING
62.50 FINDAWAY WORLD LLC
278.95 GAYLORD BROS., INC.
908.68 LIBRARY IDEAS, LLC
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
132.75 CENTURYLINK
U.S. CELLULAR
134.99 TESTING & LAB
461.73 MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC,
352.30 NORTH CENTRAL LABORA
118.60 THE FALLS CONCESSION
45.50 ATLANTIC COCA-COLA
16.99 MYERS-COX COMPANY
PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA
846.40 THE FALLS POOL CHEMI
167.00 ACCO UNLIMITED CORPO
195.00 THE FALLS POOL UTILI
233.74 CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
137.72 THE FALLS REPAIR & M
100.00 ACCO UNLIMITED CORPO
175.21 CARRICO AQUATIC RESO
30.55 KEYSTONE LABORATORIE
124.55 TUBE PRO INC
48.85 TICKETS
296.27 PARTEK SOLUTIONS, IN
77.08 TIRE REPAIRS
46.75 NAPA AUTO PARTS
25.00 TOOLS
714.68 CAMPBELL SUPPLY WATE
1,131.35 O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA
165.19 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
1,819.83 MOBOTREX, INC
36.80 TRANSFER STATION MAI
2,840.00 COOLEY PUMPING, LLC
14.96 ROTO-ROOTER
150.00 TRANSFERS TO GENERAL
65.00 GENERAL FUND
93.50 TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE
168.00 SCHWAN, KENDALL
UNION ROAD TRAIL
4,138.08 LODGE CONSTRUCTION,
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES,
221.86 USGS RIVER GAUGE
CENTURYLINK
136.99 UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
3,800.42 VEHICLE SUPPLIES
300.00 CONTINENTAL RESEARCH
L.J.'S WELDING & FAB
3,903.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC
NAPA AUTO PARTS
466.00 PROSHIELD FIRE & SEC
SIGNS BY TOMORROW
940.08 TOYNE, INC.
820.33 WEED CUTTING
OUTDOOR & MORE
1,321.03 WITNESS FEES/SUBPOEN
57.03 SWISHER & COHRT, P.L
WORK BY OUTSIDE AGEN
(23.00) ALTEC INDUSTRIES, IN
150.00 D & D TIRE INC.
150.00 MACQUEEN EQUIPMENT
423.47 SMART EXPRESS, INC
5,000.00 YOUNG ADULT AUDIO
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
10.00 YOUNG ADULT BOOKS
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
247.12 YOUTH AUDIO
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
1,626.57 YOUTH BOOKS
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS
1,650.00 LIBRARY IDEAS, LLC
YOUTH E-MATERIALS
980.00 OVERDRIVE, INC.
YOUTH VIDEO
600.00 MIDWEST TAPE, LLC
GRAND TOTAL:
63.00 DISBURSEMENT BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
105.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION
40.00 HOSPITAL FUND
500.00 SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
25.00 COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
75.00 STREET REPAIR FUND
CABLE TV FUND
19.98 PARKING FUND
TOURISM & VISITORS
1,225.00 GOLF CAPITAL
150.00 2004 TIF BOND
15.75 2020 BOND FUND
315.34 CAPITAL PROJECTS
1,476.35 SIDEWALK ASSESSMENT
190.00 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
831.00 REFUSE FUND
210.40 SEWER RENTAL FUND
83.65 STORM WATER UTILITY
40.00 DATA PROCESSING FUND
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
375.36 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
77.66 LIABILITY INSURANCE
258.92 GENERAL FUND
439.00 STREET CONSTRUCTION
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
319.50 COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
CABLE TV FUND
3,373.00 PARKING FUND
54.42 TOURISM & VISITORS
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
210.00 CAPITAL PROJECTS
REFUSE FUND
15,472.94 SEWER RENTAL FUND
9,232.50 STORM WATER UTILITY
DATA PROCESSING FUND
3,466.06 HEALTH SEVERANCE
7,702.00 PAYROLL FUND
1,480.01 TRUST & AGENCY
TOTAL
1,856.25
88.41
95.88
25.96

1

248,158.15

6
6
1
4
1
1
1

4,314.28
2,597.25
68.59
179.99
6.58
420.62
129.09

1
1
1

6,904.70
128,857.55
10,114.66

1
1
1
1
2
1
1

17,439.22
71.36
1,125.00
681.73
149.97
270.00
985.00

2

20,520.00

1
1
1

86.91
41.89
24.75

1
1

72.41
33.49

2
1

329.09
620.49

1
4
28

1,243.35
1,913.02
1,237.50

6

4,839.30

1

10,450.65

1
1
1
1

163.14
36.48
46.50
2,417.00

1

2,984.58

1

169.01

2
1

380.20
23.99

1

3,728.00

1
1

135.00
400.00

1

69.62

1

13.69

1
1

42,123.99
5,195.34

1

61.56

27

82,642.71

1
1
2
1
1
1
1

881.09
40.00
938.52
42,093.26
295.75
1,490.00
600.47

2

71.42

1

126.90

2
1
2
1

2,272.40
140.00
1,105.03
179.00

2

48.38

10

772.08

1

35.74

14
1

2,900.08
857.00

2
5
695

565.80
296.10
1,313,005.79
110,021.59
12,119.22
12,776.00
52.50
15,521.48
256,563.41
2,168.59
9.39
2,191.24
149.97
176,236.91
165,921.19
38,408.48
210.00
11,628.00
5,287.90
5,415.80
21,425.54
32,703.45
2,333.33
272,185.55
540.00
92,782.98
6,763.57
256.40
1,490.97
21.00
3,007.47
1,728.70
2,425.60
247.12
10,311.44
34,076.77
6,140.73
3,508.66
2,167.14
4,138.08
69.62
1,313,005.79

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