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Meditations – December 27, 2017

Getting Rid of Bitterness and Anger
“Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”
—Ephesians 4:31-32 NIV
We all sometimes hold on to anger and bitterness for too long. There is something in us which wants to savor the bitterness of real or imagined wrongs which have been done to us. We obsessively return in our mind to what the person said or did, like touching the sore of a wound.
But just as your mother reminded you to stop picking your scabs, we would do well to let go of anger and bitterness. In the book Flourish, the psychologist Martin Seligman reports that “Holding on to anger and bitterness maintains depression and undermines well-being.”
Besides being the Christian thing to do, and a reflection of God’s forgiveness, forgiving others allows us to move on with our lives. It’s always better to forget the wrongs done to us in the past and move forward with plans for a better future.
Some people are blessed with the ability to almost immediately let things go, while others are cursed with a long memory for grievances. So even if you cannot manage to forget the wrong done to you, you might still find it in your power to forgive.

Character Award Presented to Union’s Hunter Fleshner

Hunter Fleshner is the 2018 Union High School recipient of the Brandon Burlsworth Character Award. The award honors the player who represents the ideals and values that Brandon Burlsworth had: to give 100 percent on the field and to stand as a moral example to his team.
Brandon Burlsworth arrived on the University of Arkansas campus in 1994 as a walk-on who loved to play the game of football. As a result of his unbelievable work ethic, he earned a scholarship, was a team captain and became the first All-American from the University of Arkansas in a decade.
In addition to his success on the gridiron, he was named to the All-SEC Academic Honor Roll 1995-1998 and was the first football player in the history of his university to earn a Master’s degree before playing his final collegiate game. Just 11 days after being drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1999 NFL draft, Burlsworth was tragically killed in a head-on automobile collision.
 

Carter Brehm Selected to Play in Shrine Bowl

Congratulations to Union football player Carter Brehm. He has been officially invited to be a member of the 2018 Iowa Shrine Bowl North team.
On Saturday, July 21, 2018, a group of Iowa’s most talented pre-college football players will participate in the UNI Dome for the 46th Annual Iowa Shrine Bowl. The game brings honor and recognition to the players, their schools and their communities. It has also been an effective tool in raising money for The Shriner’s Hospital For Children.
Carter is also a first team all state INA and Des Moines Register player and 2017 team captain from Union High School.
Visit www.iowashrinebowl.org for more information.

Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors – December 19, 2017

Waterloo, Iowa December 19, 2017
The Board of Supervisors of the County of Black Hawk, in the State of Iowa, met in regular adjourned meeting at the Courthouse in Waterloo, County Seat of said County, at nine o’clock (9:00) a.m., pursuant to law, to the rules of said Board, and to adjournment. The meeting was called to order and on roll call there were present: Frank Magsamen, Chair; Linda Laylin, Tom Little, Chris Schwartz and Craig White.
Absent: None.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County, that the Board of Supervisors APPROVE EXPENDITURES, and that the County Auditor be authorized and directed to ISSUE CHECKS, against the various settlement of such claims as allowed:
GENERAL BASIC FUND
MIDWEST AUTOMATED TIME SYSTEMS svc 375.00
MIDWEST AUTOMATED TIME SYSTEMS svc 0.40
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC svc 20.05
BAUER BUILT TIRE svc 664.10
BICKLEY, MARK svc 300.00
CBM MANAGED SVCS food 9,066.33
CHIEF supl 53.98
DAN DEERY MOTOR CO INC
prts 1,786.55
DIRECTEC CORP maint 942.00
DUNCAN, TARA svc 455.00
DWD INVESTMENTS rent 200.00
FASTENAL CO supl 191.20
FULLER, ANGELA svc 455.00
GBM PROPERTY MGMT rent 250.00
INQUIREHIRE svc 25.00
KUCHENBERG, RANDALL rent 500.00
LOCKSPERTS INC eq 28.80
MARTIN REALTORS INC rent 294.00
MENARDS WLOO misc 108.42
METRO INVESTMENTS MULTI UNIT rent 200.00
NAPHCARE INC svc 98,957.52
NEOPOST USA INC supl 140.00
O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
eq rpr 332.50
OSDI-SPACESAVER maint 490.00
OWL INVESTMENTS rent 200.00
PATTERSON DENTAL SUPL INC
supl 315.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC supl 33.81
RACOM CORP eq 13,763.81
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SVC
svc 250.00
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 148.51
TEJ & TJJ rent 195.00
US BANK misc 15,917.91
WD INVESTMENTS rent 250.00
A TO Z RENTALS rent 225.00
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC eq 515.99
ARTISAN CEILING SYSTEMS
supl 526.60
BLACK HAWK MEML CO INC svc 255.00
BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL
eq rent 56.00
C&S REAL ESTATE rent 275.00
CAMPBELL SUPL WLOO supl 170.41
CF MOBILE HOME VILLAGE INC
rent 290.00
CF UTILITIES util 2,314.04
CENTURYLINK tel 330.26
CERRO GORDO CO SHERIFF svc 36.50
CLARK DEVELOPMENT rent 225.00
COOLEY PUMPING supl 125.00
CORINTHIAN SVCS OF IA svc 1,000.00
COURIER publ 562.64
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPL CO
supl 84.15
CRF RENTALS rent 200.00
CRYSTAL DISTRIBUTION SVCS
supl 45.00
DEN HERDER VETERINARY HOSP
svc 163.22
EBS ASSOCIATES svc 1,021.88
ECOLAB CTR eq rent 345.78
EFFIE BURT rent 225.00
ELECTRICAL ENG & EQUIP CO
eq 823.20
EUROPA CYCLE & SKI eq 300.00
FBI-LEEDA INC educ 650.00
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC
eq 251.93
GREENWOOD DRUG INC meds 89.14
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
svc 258.00
HAWTHORNE RENTALS rent 275.00
HELPING HANDS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS svc 2,986.50
HOLIDAY INN DES MOINES AIRPORT room 997.92
HUDSON PRINTING CO INC
publ 2,251.85
IOWA CO SHERIFF svc 48.91
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES svc 57.60
JAMIESON , JOHN D rent 200.00
KA INVESTMENTS rent 143.00
LINN CO svc 289.50
MBA PROPERTIES rent 200.00
MCCARTER JOHN L svc 90.00
MEDIACOM svc 199.95
METRO INVESTMENTS rent 275.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 8,111.62
MIDWEST GANG INVESTIGATORS ASSOC educ 75.00
MUNICIPAL EMERG SVCS DEPOSITORY ACCT sftwr 4,500.00
NATL EMERGENCY NUMBER
dues 137.00
NELSON LARRY rent 250.00
N IA JUV DETENTION SVCS
svc 1,500.00
OLMSTEAD, GRACE mil 150.00
PEOPLES COMMUNITY HEALTH
meds 31.20
POLK CO SHERIFF svc 193.00
PRESERVE AT CROSSROADS
rent 550.00
PRINT INNOVATIONS supl 1,374.99
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SVCS
supl 808.20
RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME INC svc 2,000.00
RUSSELL LAMSON LTD PARTNERSHIP rent 200.00
SONOMA ASSOCIATES rent 305.00
STAPLES CREDIT PLAN supl 297.21
STOKES DEVELOPMENT rent 325.00
SWISHER & COHRT svc 55.50
THOMPSON PROPERTY MGMT
rent 250.00
TISUE, ANNA misc 150.00
TRAETOW, CHRIS rent 250.00
TREAT AMERICA misc 1,508.40
US POST OFFICE supl 49.00
US POST OFFICE svc 326.27
VALLEY RENTALS rent 500.00
VAN WYNGARDEN & ABRAHAMSON INC svc 777.60
VERIZON WIRELESS svc 1,083.88
VISITING NURSING ASSOC
reimb 1,851.53
WATERFALLS CAR WASH lbr 62.80
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 509.35
BASS ASHLEY mil 150.00
GOODRICH GARTH mil 201.24
RIESBURG TIMMER JENNIFER
mil 52.65
SCHILLING DALE rent 350.00
WEISERT, WILLIAM misc 150.00
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND JACKSON , NEIL F mil 15.99
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 51.90
ROZENDAAL JOSH mil 95.94
US BANK misc 1,045.10
WALTERS LARRY mil 29.25
COLLUM , LESA A mil 14.04
LAMB , LISA mil 5.73
SCHNEBERGER, CORAL mil 12.09
SHOWALTER, KAREN reimb 176.88
BAGNALL, PAT pct off 158.51
BAILEY, KEVIN pct off 157.34
BENSON , JANICE pct off 162.80
BRUMM, DARRYL pct off 204.36
BUCHHOLZ , LARRY pct off 208.26
CEDAR HEIGHTS PRESBYTERIAN CH rent 30.00
DEBORD, GEORGE pct off 166.70
DEMARIS, LARRY D pct off 218.40
DEMMER, JANE pct off 204.36
DUGGAN , YVONNE pct off 156.56
DUNBAR, BRIDGET A pct off 155.00
DUNBAR, SARA pct off 157.73
EHMEN , JAMES pct off 201.63
ENGELKES , CLOIS pct off 156.17
FLORY, DENISE M pct off 157.34
GUTHRIE-LOVELL, DORIS
pct off 155.00
HARPER , PAT pct off 40.27
HATHAWAY, PHYLLIS M pct off 156.17
HIGBY, PATRICIA pct off 203.97
HOLT , GREG pct off 202.02
HOOVER, JANICE pct off 22.83
IA MUNICIPALITIES WRKRS COMP ASSOC wrk comp 28,405.00
JARDON, AMY pct off 203.97
JENSEN, AMY mil 83.46
KOFOED, LINDA KAY pct off 156.56
LAVELLE, KAREN S pct off 33.96
LAWRY, SANDRA L pct off 156.17
LOUGHREN, RICHARD pct off 155.00
LOUGHREN , SHEILA pct off 155.00
LOVELL , LYNN RALPH pct off 205.14
MARTIN, JERRY pct off 19.32
MOWERY, THERESA pct off 205.53
NEELY , CONNIE J pct off 50.41
NICHOLSON, TAMMY pct off 155.78
NORRIS , KATHLEEN pct off 63.65
OPPMAN , JILL pct off 219.96
OVE , JO ANNE pct off 155.00
OWCZAREK , ESTHER M pct off 155.00
PINT, DARLENE pct off 161.24
PIXLER, VIRGIL pct off 155.00
POWER, CAROL pct off 203.97
QUINN, HELENE svc 500.00
RAVN , DOROTHY SUE pct off 155.00
RAVN , LARRY W pct off 157.34
REKERS , MARY pct off 202.80
REWOLDT, TONI pct off 156.95
RITCHIE, MARGARET F pct off 207.09
ROBB , PATRICIA pct off 155.00
SAINT TIMOTHYS UNITED METH CH rent 30.00
SHIMPACH , VIRGINIA pct off 155.00
SORENSEN, MARGARET pct off 155.00
S WLOO CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN rent 30.00
STEWART, JAMES pct off 156.56
TAYLOR, THOMAS J pct off 155.78
TEGTMEIER, ALINE J pct off 47.29
TRASK, CONNIE mil 7.41
WITT, JANET L pct off 156.95
WITZEL, BARBARA pct off 156.95
KIENAST, ABBI mil 16.38
COUNTY SERVICES FUND
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 123.64
SECONDARY ROADS FUND ALTORFER INC eq rent 588.75
DLT SOLUTIONS INC svc 7,158.13
HOUSBY prts 222.83
IWI MOTOR PARTS prts 34.90
KWIK TRIP INC fuel 435.91
MENARDS CF misc 28.79
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS CO
supl 804.18
SCOTS SUPL CO INC supl 19.15
SLED SHED supl 190.95
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPL supl 54.42
US BANK misc 1,792.25
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL
eq rent 45.85
BHC LANDFILL svc 68.09
CF UTILITIES svc 96.09
CF UTILITIES svc 3,300.00
CENTURYLINK tel 60.03
CINTAS CORP svc 57.40
DONS TRUCK SALES INC
eq rent 1,244.30
DUMONT IMPLEMENT CO INC
prts 54.15
E CENTRAL IA COOP fuel 3,340.56
GRAINGER INC prts 71.00
LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING svc 921.68
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 2,538.33
MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES
prts 98.26
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIP CO
prts 52.70
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 348.74
ODEN ENTERPRISES INC
supl 20,311.32
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION
svc 141.50
REEDSBURG HDWR CO eq 167.36
STOKES WELDING eq 545.02
TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC
svc 14,088.50
WINTER EQUIP CO INC prts 6,489.59
KINDSCHI MICHAEL D reimb 104.55
RESOURCE/ENHANCE/PROTECT FUND US BANK misc 35.96
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,576.73
MCKEE FOODS food 106.90
US BANK misc 1,346.99
SAMS WHOLESALE CLUB food 707.82
CONSERVATION TRUST FUND
US BANK eq 1,895.98
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FUND KW ELECTRIC INC eq 6,994.85
RURAL WATER FUND
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 87.93
RURAL SEWER FUND
URBAN SVCS svc 650.00
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 87.94
INSURANCE TRUST FUND
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 38,980.42
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 107,625.40
FIDELITY SECURITY LIFE INS CO
ins 19.23
SELF-INSURED/OFFICE EQ REP FUND ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC svc 153.25
FLEXIBLE SPENDING FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 4,934.27
E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND BHC TREASURER loan 30,000.00
BLACK HAWK CO CJIS eq 4,629.30
CENTURYLINK tel 230.17
DUNKERTON TELEPHONE COOP
tel 668.12
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND CREATIVE PRODUCTS SOURCE INC svc 115.91
HAZARDOUS MAT REG TRAINING CTR util 1,381.90
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
White moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County, that the Board of Supervisors APPROVE EXPENDITURES, and that Country View Care Facility be authorized and directed to ISSUE CHECKS, against the various settlements of such claims as allowed:
COUNTRY VIEW ENTERPRISE FUND ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SVCS svc 377.00
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY
food 693.16
BHC TREASURER misc 311,520.97
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
svc 70.00
DOUG HODGES svc 139.85
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO food 79.02
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
svc 85.00
HOCKENBERGS supl 17.00
KOCH BROTHERS INC supl 435.63
LONG TERM MEDICAL SUPL
supl 600.29
LONG TERM MEDICAL SUPL
supl 111.50
MARTIN BROS supl 8,501.57
MENARDS CF misc 159.45
NETWORK SVCS CO svc 639.52
NETWORK SVCS CO svc 749.09
NUCARA HOME MEDICAL svc 130.00
OKEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
svc 1,365.50
PLUMB SUPL CO supl 24.20
PROVIDERS PLUS INC svc 628.65
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL supl 760.24
SALLY BEAUTY CO supl 41.22
TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
svc 412.50
WLOO COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT
svc 205.20
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas provided a PowerPoint presentation on highlights of the 2017 construction season. The Hammond Avenue bridge was contracted for $317,177 and cost $319,008. The West Dunkerton Road bridge was contracted for $441,575 and cost $438,696. The 27th Street resurfacing was contracted for $806,712 and cost $707,832. The Poyner Road West resurfacing was contracted for $695,233 and cost $554,007. The Poyner Road East resurfacing was contracted for $887,372, and came in $40,000 under contract. The county bridge crew replaced the Watters Road bridge. Nicholas said the county has 230 miles of asphalt roads, and if each mile lasts an average of 25 years, they need to resurface between nine and ten miles a year, and they are not currently keeping up with this. She said the county has approximately 230 bridges, and newer bridges last sixty years on average, and about four bridges need to be replaced a year.
Maintenance Superintendent Rory Geving said the new courthouse chiller project has begun, with demolition of the old chiller scheduled to last until January 18, 2018, with installation to be complete in the third week of March.
The Board of Supervisors recognized Don Bosco Men’s 8-Player Football State Champions, who have won three championships, including the last two.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the MINUTES of the Regular Board Meeting held December 12, 2017, and the Consolidated Communication Center Oversight Board Meeting held December 12, 2017 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
Schwartz moved the following RESOLUTION seconded by Laylin.
TO APPROVE, RECEIVE, PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
The Board of Supervisors APPROVE INTERGOVERNMENTAL JOURNAL ENTRIES, and that the County Auditor be authorized and directed to TRANSFER monies within the various funds as submitted.
Transfer from Fund Amount Transfer to Fund Amount
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL 11,580.90 GENERAL 11,580.90
SOCIAL SERVICES 1,005.67 GENERAL 1,005.67
The PAYROLL ADJUSTMENTS submitted by the various departments and the County Auditor be authorized and directed to adjust his records accordingly.
DEPT., NAME POSITION TO DATE CHANGE
SHERIFF, Tony Thompson
JIPSON, MITCHELL R DEP. SHERIFF 20.96 12/10/2017 TERM. PENDING
ODOBASIC, SANDA CIV. DET. OFFICER 18.15 12/10/2017 SCH/SHIFT CHGE
ODOBASIC, SANDA CIV. DET. OFFICER 18.15 12/7/2017 SCH/SHIFT CHGE
ATTORNEY, Brian Williams
LAGOW, HILARY J COURT DEBT RECOV. OFF. 19.20 12/10/2017 SUC. BIDDER
SULLIVAN, CHARITY L ASST CTY ATTY 48.36 12/3/2017 ANNUAL STEP INCR
COUNTRY VIEW, Dennis Coleman
EHLERS, GAIL T DEVEL. AIDE 14.35 12/3/2017 ANNUAL STEP INCR
KUCERA, BRITNEA L NURS. ASST 13.77 12/8/2017 TERM. PENDING
TAYLOR, BROOKLYN D DEVEL. AIDE 14.87 12/3/2017 ANNUAL STEP INCR
ENGINEER, Catherine Nicholas
ROBERTS, JASON W LABOR/EQUIP OP I 22.14 12/3/2017 ANNUAL STEP INCR
TAYLOR, BRADLEY J LABOR/EQUIP OP III 23.81 12/3/2017 ANNUAL STEP INCR
VANDEEST, KENNETH D LABOR/EQUIP OP I B 20.04 12/4/2017 NEW HIRE
The CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE for Ahlers and Cooney PC, Art Pape Transfer Inc., Aspro Inc., B G Construction, Cedar Valley Pump LLC, Kwik Trip Inc., Northern State Trucking Inc., and Whole Excavation LLC.
TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
The SALE OF EQUIPMENT from the Engineer’s Office for the following equipment: 1991 GMC SL Sonoma Asset #8007090067 in the amount of $474.30 and to correct the sale price of the Pickup Truck Asset # 6050-09 in the amount of $385.95 (previously stated $415).
TO APPROVE AND DIRECT THE CHAIR TO SIGN
The 2017 WEED COMMISSIONER’S REPORT be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same as submitted by Tony Woods, Black Hawk County Weed Commissioner.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BEST BID received from Star Refrigeration, Waterloo, Iowa for a Manitowac Ice Machine for the Black Hawk County Jail Kitchen in the amount of $2,199.00 be approved as recommended by Rory Geving, Maintenance Superintendent.
Geving said he received four bids. He is replacing the original ice machine, and based on studies they are able to replace it with a smaller, less costly model. He said it will be paid with Sheriff’s Commissary funds, saving the tax-supported Building Maintenance budget.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED to authorize the RELEASE OF UTILITY USAGE INFORMATION to Eagle Point Solar, Dubuque, Iowa, to conduct a solar energy analysis for Black Hawk County facilities as recommended by the Alternative Energy Committee, subject to approval of the agreement by Assistant County Attorney Peter Burk.
Geving said that this no-cost analysis will determine if county buildings would benefit from the installation of solar energy systems. Since Assistant County Attorney Peter Burk had not yet reviewed the agreement, language was added to the motion to make authorization contingent on his approval.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Little, seconded by White to approve and place on file the 2018 LEGISLATIVE ISSUES AND PRIORITIES submitted by the Urban County Coalition. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by Schwartz that the REVISION to the Emergency Notification and Disposition of Employees Policy changing “courthouse security” to “building security” and adding the words “and other occupants” to the list for whom the Supervisors should have immediate access to telephone numbers (which would include Grin and Grow Daycare at Pinecrest) be approved as recommended by the Policy Review Committee. Motion carried.
Moved by Schwartz, seconded by White that the REVISION to the False Claims Act Policy changing “Country View” to read “Black Hawk County” be approved as recommended by the Policy Review Committee. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the REVISION to the Conflicts of Interest Policy clarifying the definition of what a restricted donor is by adding the actual and full definition from the Iowa Code and clarifying the year as a fiscal year in SECTION 408.4 be approved as recommended by the Policy Review Committee. Motion carried.
Moved by Laylin, seconded by Schwartz to direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:05 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed Black Hawk County, Iowa Airport Land Use and Height Overlay Zoning Ordinance for the protection of public health, safety, and general welfare for the appropriate use of land to eliminate, prevent, or mitigate against potential airport hazards. Motion carried.
At Nine-forty o’clock (9:40) a.m., a public hearing was held as provided by law in the Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, Waterloo, Iowa at which time all interested persons could appear to file objections on the proposed FY18 Budget Amendment.
Moved by Little, seconded by White to receive and place on file proof of publication of notice of public hearing. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by White to close the hearing after oral/written comments are received. Finance Director Susan Deaton said that most of the changes were to carry funds over for projects that began in FY17 and continued in FY18, including $606,000 for the Jail Security Project and $807,000 for the Hartman Reserve Nature Center construction. She said it was mostly offset by additional funding, but $200,000 would come from General Fund reserves. She said $1,000,000 has already been transferred to Country View, and she is amending the budget for a total of $2,000,000 for the fiscal year. The Mental Health Fund will be reduced due to the reduction of the levy allowed by the state after the budget was submitted. Conservation is adding 25,000 for the Mulberry Street playground. Capital project funds are being adjusted to reflect actual expenditures, with $2,254,640 remaining in the Public Safety Radio Project fund. The FY18 beginning unassigned General Basic Fund balance is adjusted to $18,110,058, or 28.4% of expenditures. County policy is to maintain a balance at more than 25% of expenditures. The full General Fund balance (with General Supplemental added) is 35% of expenditures. Motion carried.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the FY18 Budget be AMENDED by changing previous revenues and expenditures on file with the County Auditor. (See chart at right)
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County, that the Finance Director be directed to INCREASE/DECREASE APPROPRIATIONS to various operating budgets for the FY2017/2018 for offices as submitted and as shown upon the records in the office of the County Finance Director with such changes being made in accordance with §331.434.6 of the Code of Iowa.
INCREASE DECREASE
SERVICE AREA 1 – PUBLIC SAFETY & LEGAL SERVICES
Sheriff 606,000
SERVICE AREA 4 – MENTAL HEALTH
County Social Services 211,910
SERVICE AREA 6 – COUNTY ENVIRONMENT & EDUCATION
Conservation 1,179,000
SERVICE AREA 9 – ADMINISTRATION
Board: General Supervision 2,095,824
SERVICE AREA 0 – NONPROGRAM EXPENDITURES ETC.
Board: General Supervision 3,293,879
AYES: Laylin, Little, Schwartz, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
At Nine-fifty o’clock (9:50) a.m., a public hearing was held as provided by law in the Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, Waterloo, Iowa at which time all interested persons could appear to file objections on the request submitted by David Peters at W of 6519 Leversee Road to rezone 2.89 acres from “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural Residential District to build a mini-storage facility. The property is legally described as: COMMENCING AT THE SE CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 19-T90N-R13W, BLACK HAWK COUNTY, IOWA; THENCE WEST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 575’; THENCE NORTH, PARALLEL TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER A DISTANCE OF 85’, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE WEST, PARALLEL TO THE SAID SOUTH LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 355’; THENCE NORTH, PARALLEL TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER A DISTANCE OF 355’; THENCE EAST, PARALLEL TO THE SAID SOUTH LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 355’; THENCE SOUTH, PARALLEL TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID QUARTER QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 355’ TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINS 2.89+/- ACRES
Moved by Little, seconded by White to receive and place on file proof of publication of notice of public hearing.
Moved by White, seconded by Little to waive the first reading as notice was published on December 8, 2017 in the Waterloo Courier in accordance with requirements of the Code of Iowa and publication was approved on the request submitted by David Peters at W of 6519 Leversee Road to rezone 2.89 acres from “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural Residential District to build a new single family home.
Moved by White, seconded by Laylin to close the hearing as oral and written comments were received and placed on file. Seth Hyberger of planning and zoning said that the Planning and Zoning Commission voting 3-1 to recommend approval, with the dissenting voter expressing concerns over drainage problems. He said FEMA assesses large streams for potential flooding, so the small stream on this property has not been reviewed. Neighbor Lee Schuler said that the area is often affected by flash flooding. Surveyor Kyle Helland, representing the property owner and potential buyer, said that the buyer plans to build on a higher portion of the parcel and may raise the building area from fill on the property. Property owner David Peters estimates there is a four-foot drop in eighty feet.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by White.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED to suspend the rules requiring the Board of Supervisors to consider and vote on the proposed ordinance at two prior meetings. Schwartz said he would oppose the motion because he would like to study maps of the area before making a decision.
AYES: Laylin, Little, White, Magsamen.
NAYS: Schwartz. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Little.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County,-that “Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 36 as Amended, the Black Hawk County, Iowa Agricultural Preservation Zoning Ordinance adopted February 2, 1999, by adding Subsection No. 196 to section VI (B), Rezoning Certain property” as described on the above request submitted by David Peters and to consider the same for adoption and if adopted would be known as Ordinance No. 77-196.
AYES: Laylin, Little, White.
NAYS: Schwartz, Magsamen. Ordinance adopted.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned.
Frank Magsamen, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor

Union Community School Board – December 18, 2017

UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
DYSART-GENESEO-LA PORTE CITY
Tour of La Porte City Elementary Building and Regular Board Meeting
December 18, 2017
(pending board approval)
Tour of La Porte City Elementary Building: The board toured the La Porte City Elementary building beginning at 6:05 pm.
Roll: The regular meeting of the Board was called to order by Vice President Lorenzen at 6:34 pm in the La Porte City Elementary Library. The following board members were present: Kristi Martin, Cathy Niebergall, Brandon Paine, and Jenna Scott. Absent: Darrell DeWinter and Kevin Sash.
Agenda: Board Vice President Lorenzen requested that the agenda be amended to move the Superintendent’s Report so that it is after item #12. On a motion by Niebergall, seconded by Scott, the board approved the agenda as amended. Motion carried 5-0.
Fusion Forward Presentation: Sarah Wieland was present to share information with the board regarding the new district website that will be launched at the end of January. Sarah reported the district’s Facebook page currently has 400 likes, which she said is exceptional for only being out for a month. She explained to the board how items will be rotated on the website and on Facebook.
Nurse’s Presentation: Cheryl Wiebbecke, Union CSD nurse in Dysart, was present to show the board one of the dechokers the district has received. Cheryl’s attention was caught by the words “Breathing is mandatory” and she began reading about the dechoker. The dechoker is to help those choking when the Heimlich method might not be an option or isn’t working. The cost for the dechokers for all four school buildings would be approximately $1,600. She looked for grants to help pay the cost and when she wasn’t able to secure a grant, she called the company to see if they had ways for the district to purchase the dechokers affordably. The result was the company offering to give the dechokers and the cases to the district at no cost in exchange for some publicity to help grow their business. We now have a set of three dechokers (toddler, child, and adult), along with the cases, in each of the four school buildings.
La Porte City Elementary Presentation: Elementary Principal, Todd Parker presented information to the board on the Response to Intervention programs used in both elementary buildings in the district. The programs use data to guide instruction, by reviewing results from testing, looking at benchmarks, progress monitoring, and interventions. All students receive core instruction, with access to grade-level essential standards. Supplemental interventions for those needing additional support to master grade-level essentials are available, as are intensive interventions for individual students who need intensive support to master foundational skills. Teachers work together, sharing ideas of ways to help students learn, sharing strategies, and what has worked for them and what has not worked for them. Learning Support Teams meet once a month focusing on assisting teachers with interventions for students. Professional Learning Communities work in collaborative teams and take collective responsibility for student learning. In the 2016-17 school year, the goal of having 70% of elementary students at or above benchmark was achieved. The goal in the 2017-18 school year was to have 73% of elementary students at or above benchmark; in the fall of 2017 that number was already at 78%, surpassing the goal for the year. Students will be monitored during the winter and spring to move towards the goal of 80% of the students at or above benchmark.
Approval of Resolution Authorizing and Approving Issuance Documents related to the $6,486,000 School Infrastructure Sales, Service and Use Tax Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2017: Resolution Appointing Paying Agent, Bond Registrar, and Transfer Agent, Approving the Paying Agent, Bond Registrar, and Transfer Agent Agreement and Authorizing the Execution of the Same: On a motion by Paine, seconded by Niebergall, the board approved the Resolution appointing paying agent, bond registrar, and transfer agent, approving the paying agent, bond registrar, and transfer agent agreement and authorizing the execution of the same. Roll call vote: Scott – aye, Lorenzen – aye, Martin – aye, Niebergall – aye, Paine – aye. Motion carried 5-0.
Approval of Tax Exemption Certificate: On a motion by Scott, seconded by Paine, the board approved the tax exemption certificate. Roll call vote: Lorenzen – aye, Martin – aye, Niebergall – aye, Paine – aye, and Scott – aye. Motion carried 5-0.
Resolution Authorizing the Terms of Issuance and Providing for and Securing the Payment of School Infrastructure Sales, Services and Use Tax Revenue Refunding Bonds: On a motion by Scott, seconded by Paine, the board approved the resolution authorizing the terms of issuance and providing for and securing the payment of school infrastructure sales, services and use tax revenue refunding bonds. Roll call vote: Martin – aye, Niebergall – aye, Paine – aye, Scott – aye, and Lorenzen – aye. Motion carried 5-0.
The board took a break: 7:40 – 7:53 pm.
Approval of Technology Support Contract with Encompass: On a motion by Niebergall, seconded by Scott, the board approved a 6-month contract with Encompass for technology support, at a cost of $7,709.00 per month. Beginning January 1st, the contract will include an Encompass tech on-site Monday-Wednesday-Friday, with an Encompass tech able to remote-in on Tuesday-Thursday. This schedule is flexible if there are technology issues that would require an Encompass tech in the building on Tuesday or Thursday. Motion carried 5-0.
Approve Bus Bids: The board received bids on 65, 77, and 84 passenger buses. On a motion by Niebergall, seconded by Martin, the board approved purchasing a 2019 conventional propane 65 passenger bus, at a cost of $89,664 and a 2019 conventional propane 77 passenger bus with a lift and no luggage option, at a cost of $97,968, both from School Bus Sales. These bids include trade-ins of a 2001 Bluebird 72 passenger bus on the new 65 passenger bus and a 2007 International 84 passenger on the new 77 passenger bus. Motion carried 5-0.
Approve Setting Up ISJIT Accounts for the Following: Management, Support Trust, Capital Projects, PPEL, Debt Service, Anders Scholarship, Jones Pharmacy Scholarship, Jones Academic Scholarship, PSF Insurance, FLEX Account, Larson Estate, and Booster Club: On a motion by Niebergall, seconded by Scott, the board approved setting up the new ISJIT accounts as requested. Motion carried 5-0.
Superintendent’s Report: 1) Congratulations to Carol Grote and building secretaries for being recognized as a Gold Star District, for having our State Reporting submitted timely and with few edits. 2) Instructional and Professional Development Update, 3) Financial Updates: a. Supt Fleshner reported he would be sharing the 5-year projection model with the board at the January board meeting, with continued discussion on the property tax rate. b. Supt Fleshner will be meeting with district staff on January 15th to share and discuss financial reports so staff can see what motivates some of the decisions being made. Some of the information includes: i. Union CSD ranks #16 out of 333 school districts in the state for highest percentage of General Fund expenditures going towards employee insurance/benefits, while #236 out of 333 districts in General Fund salary expenditures. ii. Union CSD ranks #37 out of 333 districts in the state for highest per pupil cost expense for employee insurance/benefits, while #225 of 333 in employee salary per pupil cost. iii. Union CSD ranks #30 of 333 districts in the state in enrollment percentage decline at -10.9%. iv. Union CSD ranks #8 of 333 districts in the state in total student decline between the 2011-12 school year and the 2016-17 school year. This number does not include this year’s decline of over 40 students. c. Supt Fleshner presented information on several tax scenarios and how the tax rates and the rollback changes could affect property taxes. The first example was on a residential property in Black Hawk County assessed at $300,000 in FY2018, with a 2% increase in assessed valuation for FY19. If the school district were to raise the school’s tax rate from $12.2279 to $12.5000, because of the change in the rollback percentage, there would basically be no change in the property tax amount, with a reduction in property tax of 36 cents a month. The second example was on 1,000 acres of agricultural property in Black Hawk County. Using the same change in the school tax rate, from $12.2279 to $12.5000, and with the change in the agricultural rollback, the property tax would increase about $81.81 per month. The third example was on 1,000 acres of agricultural property in Tama County, with the end result being an increase of about $89.46 per month in property tax on Tama County agricultural property. Supt Fleshner then showed that even if the school tax didn’t change, the agricultural property would still increase approximately $65 per month because of the change in the rollback. 4) Facility Updates: a. Working on long range plan for facility improvements. b. Some of the smaller projects completed this month include the high school wrestling room heater, brush removal at the middle school, and fencing at the high school. c. Supt Fleshner has met with another architect firm to discuss the district’s needs and how their company might be able to support them. d. Supt Fleshner reported he did contact Struxture Architects to request an itemized report for the roofing inspection; they said they would send it. At this time we have not heard or seen anything more on that. 5) Transportation Updates: a. Recommending approval of two buses. They are in our capital projects plan for this year. b. The city council has agreed to discuss a possible long-term lease of the city property next to the LPC bus barn. We are not considering purchase of the land. c. We have received quotes on new lawn tractors with snowblowers to replace the current tractors that are 20 years old and in constant need of maintenance. We have $50,000 budgeted for a mower and are looking at additional options. d. Supt Fleshner reported he had a phone conversation with John at School Bus Sales regarding leasing buses. With the information John gave Supt Fleshner, we are not looking at leasing school buses. e. Supt Fleshner shared information on transportation costs for the past 5 years, with total transportation costs and percentage of general fund. The numbers are as follows:
i. FY13 $673,654.00 5.56% of general fund budget
ii. FY14 $730,696.20 5.95% of general fund budget
iii. FY15 $776,834.20 6.13% of general fund budget
iv. FY16 $699,931.17 5.47% of general fund budget
v. FY17 $670,850.67 5.21% of general fund budget
6)Technology Updates: a. Laurie Driscol and Union Middle School are currently leading the “Hour of Code” competition. 7) Marketing Update: a. Items are being posted daily to the district Facebook page. b. The new district website will be up and running by the end of January. 8) Daycare Updates: a. Kristi Martin reported the daycare in Dysart is busy fundraising and making plans to start taking names for the daycare early in 2018 to get an idea of the amount of interest in the program. b. Supt Fleshner reported he will be sharing a possible lease agreement for the daycare with the board at the January board meeting and the board will need to decide on a “rental” rate for the daycare. 9) Superintendent Evaluation: A closed session will be added to the January board meeting for this item. 10) Insurance Update: a. Supt Fleshner and Business Manager Krug met with Norma Stoll from Mercer regarding insurance updates. b. Some of the items to be looked at are: i. How does the school board want to be represented on the insurance committee? Board consensus was to have the board negotiations team be part of the insurance committee. ii. Need to look at defined contribution vs defined benefit. iii. Need to work through possible solutions to transition. 11) Dr Ryan Wise, the Iowa Dept of Education Director, has rescheduled his planned visit on December 19th to the morning of January 11th. 12) Legislative Updates: a. Teacher Workforce Shortage, b. Statewide Penny Sales Tax, c. IPERS, d. Operational Sharing Extension, e. Educational Savings Accounts, f. Mental Health Needs, g. Supplemental State Aid, h. Home Rule, i. State Assessment. 13) IASB Day on the Hill Conference – January 30th is the IASB Day on the Hill, with a legislator panel, state budget update and advocacy training, along with time to meet with legislators and discuss issues regarding public education. 14) Next Regular Board Meeting: January 15th at D-G Elementary in Dysart at 6:00 pm.
Brandon Paine left at 9:15 pm.
Consent Agenda: Minutes of the November 20, 2017 Board Meeting; Minutes of the December 11, 2017 Special Board Meeting; Claims to be Paid; Financial Reports; Personnel: Resignations – Barry Jesse as HS Girls’ Tennis, Patty Wandschneider as LPC Elem 0.5 FTE Title I Reading, Appointments – Ryan Moody as Professional Partner (TLC Mentoring), Abbi Rust as LPC Elem 0.5 FTE Title I Reading, Becky Schmitz as LPC Elem 0.5 Early Childhood Sp Educ, Gwendolyn Vogeler as D-3 Driver, Open Enrollment Requests. On a motion by Niebergall, seconded by Scott, the board approved the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion carried 4-0.
Adjourn: On a motion by Scott, seconded by Niebergall, the meeting adjourned at 9:22 pm. Motion carried 4-0.
Corey Lorenzen, Vice Board President Kathy Krug, Board Secretary
INVOICES Approved December 18, 2017
GENERAL FUND
ADVANCED SYSTEMS, INC, HS OFFICE COPIER MAINTENANCE,149.33
ARHART, VANESSA, LPC ELEM STEM SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 9.63
ASSETGENIE, INC, CHROMEBOOK PARTS, 678.90
ATHLETICO MANAGMENT, LLC, FY18 ATHLETIC TRAINER, 3,333.33
BAUER BUILT, TIRES, 51.94
BDI, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 702.18
BENTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL, FY18 1ST SEMESTER OPEN ENROLLMENT, 3,615.22
BMO HARRIS MASTERCARD, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, HOTEL EXPENSES, 402.50
BP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, GASOLINE, 221.26
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO, HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 129.50
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE, GASOLINE, 3,013.61
CENTRAL IOWA DIST, INC, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 3,426.10
CENTRAL RIVERS AREA EDUCATION AGENCY, MENTORING MATTERS REGISTRATIONS, 50.00
CENTURY LINK, LONG DISTANCE PHONE CHARGES, 106.34
CNC LUMBER & SUPPLIES, LLC, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 78.47
COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING COMPANY, HS INTERCOM ADJUSTMENTS, 140.00
COMPRESSED AIR & EQUIPMENT CO, INC, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 225.60
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY CO, LLC, DIESEL FUEL, 5,625.68
COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER, FLU SHOTS – 10/20 & 10/23/2017, 2,496.00
D & K PRODUCTS, MS – SOIL TEST, 35.00
DEWINTER, DARRELL, 2017 IASB CONV – MLG REIMB/PARKING, 84.50
DYSART TIRE & SERVICE, INC, VEHICLE REPAIRS, 1,550.00
ENCOMPASS IOWA, LLC, DEC TECHNOLOGY SERV/LICENSES, 16,218.66
FAMILIES FIRST COUNSELING SERVICES, NOVEMBER HS COUNSELING SERVICES, 2,079.00
FARMERS COOP TELEPHONE CO, LOCAL SVC, 1,065.03
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC, #1657, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 191.89
FLINN SCIENTIFIC, INC, HS SCIENCE SUPPLIE, 70.55
GARDNER PLUMBING, HS PLUMBING REPAIRS, 294.22
GARY’S THRIFTWAY FOODS, CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 50.26
GLADBROOK-REINBECK COMMUNITY SCHOOL, FY18 1ST SEMESTER OPEN ENROLLMENT, 6,910.72
HATCH GRADING & CONTRACTING, INC, MS – REMOVE TREES/PAR OF FENCE, 4,000.00
HAWKEYE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ONLINE NEW DRIVER STOP COURSE, 200.00
HENNINGER ELECTRIC, HS – LABOR TO INSTALL PARKING LOT LIGHTS, 1,260.00
HUDSON COMMUNITY SCHOOL, FY18 1ST SEM OPEN ENROLLMENT, 34,553.60
HY-VEE, MS BREAKFAST CLUB SUPPLIES, 470.41
IA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS, NOV BACKGROUND CHECKS, 45.00
INTEGRITY HARDWOOD FLOORS, INC, HS MAINTENANCE – GYM FLOOR -VB PLATES, 252.33
IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES, NOVEMBER MEDICAID – NON-FEDERAL PORTION, 5,387.69
IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES, HS BOILER INSPECTIONS, 120.00
J.W. PEPPER & SONS, INC, VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 115.98
JESSE, RENEE, LPC ELEM – BUILDING ACTIVITY SUPPLIES, 21.86
JOHN LINDAMAN COMPANY, TIRES, 1,381.36
JOHN’S QWIK STOP, GASOLINE, 148.19
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 480.32
KEEGAN, MICHELLE, NOVEMBER TLC MLG REIMB, 63.92
LA PORTE CITY PRINTING & DESIGN, INC, SNOW PLOW AD – 11/29 & 12/6, 16.00
LAPORTE MOTOR SUPPLY, INC, VAHICLE REPAIR PARTS, 291.33
MARTIN, KRISTI, 2017 IASB CONV – MLG REIMB, 76.68
MENARD, INC, LPC ELEM SCIENCE MATERIALS, 1,075.24
MENARDS – CEDAR FALLS, LPC ELEM SCIENCE SUPPLIES/CONTAINERS, 171.04
MERCER H&B ADMIN -IOWA FIDUCIARY, JANUARY 2018 INSURANCE PREMIUMS, 148,647.01
MONKEYTOWN- STOREY KENWORTHY, HS FCS SUPPLIES, 159.55
MOTORHEAD MAYHEM SERVICE & REPAIR, VEHICLE REPAIRS, 2,870.62
NEWZBRAIN, HS NEWZBRAIN WEB SITE LICENS, 109.00
NOLTE, CORNMAN & JOHNSON, PC, 40% FY17 AUDIT FEE, 3,280.00
ORKIN, LLC, PEST CONTROL, 281.48
PAINE, BRANDON, 2017 IASB CONV – MLG REIMB, 74.80
PARKER, TODD, LPC ELEM SCIENCE MATERIALS, 88.54
PAYSCHOOLS, ICF FEES CHRGD TO PARENT-NOW REIMBURSED, 10.56
PEPSI-COLA, MS FACULTY POP, 445.79
PITNEY BOWES EASY PERMIT POSTAGE, 12/1 MS POSTAGE, 300.00
PITNEY BOWES, INC, MS QRTRLY POSTAGE, 336.93
PRINT TRANSFORMATIONS, TRAILER LOGO GRAPHIC, 840.00
PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, NOVEMBER INSURANCE PREMIUMS, 763.76
QUILL, D-G ELEM OFFICE SUPPLIES, 4.15
REALLY GOOD STUFF, INC, D-G ELEM CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 198.49
RECORD AUTOMATIC DOORS INC, HS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 73.90
RICOH USA, INC, DISTRICT OFFICE COPIER MAINTENANCE, 17.82
ROBBINS, WHITNEY, SEPT 2017 MLG REIMB – GUIDANCE, 57.80
SAM’S CLUB, 11/29 MS PBIS EXPENSE, 125.72
SASH, KEVIN, 2017 IASB CONV – PARKING REIMB, 8.00
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS – 8, LPC ELEM BOOK FAIR, 4,408.95
SCHOOL BUS SALES CO, BUS REPAIRS, 4,453.72
SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, MS NURSE SUPPLIES, 38.05
SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, HS BUSINESS EDUC SUPPLIES, 59.40
STOAKES, CORINDY, NOVEMBER TLC MLG REIMB, 28.90
SWISHER & COHRT, PLC, NOVEMBER LEGAL SERVICES, 437.50
SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON, CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 1,037.89
TAMA/GRUNDY PUBLISHING, SNOW PLOW AD, 46.73
TERRY’S FOOD CENTER, FCS/FACULTY LOUNGE SUPPLIES, 144.97
TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC, NOVEMBER MEDICAID ADMIN FEES, 607.04
UI CENTER FOR CONFERENCES, SCHOOL NURSE CONF – WIEBBECKE, 199.00
UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL, OVERPYMNT ON INSTR MTLS – TO LUNCH, 12.33
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA, MS – 11/7 DOKTOR KABOOM, 104.00
URB’S DO IT BEST HARDWARE MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 431.73
USI EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT SALES, LAMINATING POUCHES FOR TIMECARDS, 29.99
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC., MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES – BALLASTS, 6,262.12
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, 1ST SEM OPEN ENROLLMENT, 13,821.44
WEBER PAPER COMPANY, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 653.50
WEST MUSIC CO, HS INSTRUM MUSIC SUPPLIES, 999.47
WOODRIVER ENERGY, LLC, NATURAL GAS, 4,250.14
YOUNG PLUMBING AND HEATING, GEO THERMAL SYSTEM REPAIRS, 5,823.00
Fund Total: 305,680.16
MANAGEMENT FUND
LA PORTE CITY INSURANCE AGENCY, ADD 2018 BRAVO ENCL TRAILER, 55.00
Fund Total: 55.00
PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT
ENCOMPASS IOWA, LLC, DECEMBER TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, 2,638.00
FUSION FORWARD LLC, JANUARY 2018 MARKETING SERVICES, 1,200.00
MARCO TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, PRINTER/COPIER AGREEMENT, 2,855.40
Fund Total: 6,693.40

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