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Thursday, April 11, 2013 The Carlisle Citizen Page Nine OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2013 VENDOR NAME VENDOR DESCRIPTION Adrenaline Fundraising . Pizza Card Fundraiser Adventure Lighting Maintenance Ahlers And Cooney, P.C. Legal Counsel Aims Education Foundation Educational Materials Airgas North Central Welding Supplies Alexander, Terry Athletic Official Alternative Safety & Testing SolutionDrug Testing Amedcan Cancer Society Anderson, Wade Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co Ankeny Community School Applegate, Ben Aramark Uniform Services Ashworth, Kelly Aspen Waste System Inc Assoc For Middle Level Education Avesis Aylsworth, Tony Donation Athletic Official Milk Products Special Ed/Open Enroll Athletic Official Towel Service Reimbursement Garbage Staff Development Insurance Reimbursement AMOUNT 9,546.00 377.79 611.00 352.35 77.72 65.00 368.00 2,578.78 100.00 7,549.82 3,192.63 100.00 197.05 12.75 1,037.05 75.00 46.89 77.81 Bankers Leasing Company Lease Company For Printers8,067.74 Barrett, Bob Athletic Official 80.00 Beisser Lumbar Co. Building Trades 3,308.85 Bergstrom Construction inc Baseball Field Project 3,087.50 Blackhawk Autormatic Sprinklers Middle School 152.50 Bobs Custom Trophies Trophies/Awards 110.00 Bondurant-Farrar Comm School Open Enrollment 2,941.50 Boone Csd Athletic Registration Fee 96.00 Bradley Tools & Fasteners Inc Bldg Trds Supplies 76.40 Brown & Saenger Av Supplies 52.66 Brown Dc, Roger Medical Pymt 44.80 Carlisle Community Schools Serf Fund Insurance 8,377.23 Carlisle Foods Food Supplies 252.74 Cadisle Schools % Zenda Adams Homecoming Dance Money 11.25 Central Iowa Distributing Inc Custodial Supplies 5,022.65 Centurylink Phone Service 1,614.50 City Of Carlisle Utilities 2,306.55 Clayton Ridge Csd Open Enrollment 1,470.75 Contenental Research Corp Maintenance Supply/Material 680.93 Costco Membership Ee Paid Membership Fee 220.00 Crawford, Brian Athletic Official 100.00 Cross Dillion "13re Transportation 108.75 Cupp, Barb Reimbursement 22.33 Danamere Farms Hoa Association Dues 170.00 Decker Sports Sports Wear/Resale 1,454.00 Deery Brothers Chevy Transportation 21.16 Des Moines Area Community Cotl Tuition 50.00 Des Moines Community Schools EdSvc/OpanEnroll/SpecEd 50,352.90 Diagnostic Imaging Associates Medical Payment B0.10 Diam Pest Control Pest Control 212.00 Dick, Steve Athletic Official 100.00 Dockum, Greg Athletic Official 100.00 Duncan, Duane Athletic Official 100.00 Dunn & Company Inc Supplies 118.00 Electric Pump Maintenance Supplies/Materials35.27 Electronic Leasing Associates Inc Two Way Radio Lease 1,004.79 Electronic Sound Co Sound System 265.00 Especial Needs Special Educ Supply/Materials 114.89 Etc Graphics (Seiberling) Signs, Stationary, Bus. Cards 169.91 Farm & City Supply Maintenance/Transportation 65.26 Fee, Rosemary General Supplies 111.00 Fisher Science Education Educational Supplies 267.12 Fiss' Food: School Meetings 180.00 Follett Library Resources Library Materials 4,950.02 Four Seasons Floral Floral Arrangements 85.86 Frye, Dennis Athletic Official 80.00 G & D Electric, Inc. Transportation Repairs 125.00 Genesis Development Special Education 297.52 Gerth, Jayson Clinician Fee 150.00 Goldsberry Giraffix Sign 169.70 Goodwin Tucker Group Repairs 366.00 Gopher Sport Equipment 395.08 Gray, Brian Athletic Official 105.00 Graybil, Kevin Workshop Registration 780.00 GreatWestemBankCardmembarSerCredit Card Purchases 3,860.18 Greater Dsm Partnership, The Business Summit Conference 35.00 Harding, Terry Athletic Official 200.00 Heartland Aea #11 Co-Op Supplies/Printing 96.82 Heartland Marine & Auto Repair, Transportation 30.00 Hibbs, Joel Athletic Official 100.00 Hillyard/Des Moines Maintenance 222.40 Hobart Sales & Service Service 29.00 Hoegh, Rod Athletic Official 145.00 Holt Mcdougal, Houghton Mifflin HarcourtText Books 1,098.24 Home Depot Supplies 179.42 Hy-Vee Food Store: Army Post Food Supplies 144.85 Hyatt Place State Cheer 129.00 Imaging Technologies Copiers/Printers 436.00 Indianola Community Schools AthI.Fee/Open Enrol 14,707.50 Iowa Assoc Of School Boards Registration/Criminal Backgrd.650.00 Iowa Assoc Of Track Coaches Membership 40.00 Iowa Central Community College Tuition 560.00 Iowa Dept. Of Human Services Medicaid Billing 11,382.58 Iowa Hs Athletic Dir Assoc Membership/Registration Fees 85.00 Iowa Hs Speech Association Registration Fees 90.00 Iowa Physicians Clinic Medical Pymt 166.00 Iowa Sports Supply Athletic Supplies/Resale 28.80 Iowa Testing Programs Testing Service 2,685.61 Iowa Volleyball Coaches Clinic Clinic Fee 214.00 Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment Payment 175.00 J. W. Pepper & Son, Inc. Music Supplies 864.46 James Oil Company Gasoline/Diesel 11,596.10 Johnston Community School Special Education 7,848.47 Jones, Brent Athletic Official 35.00 Keck Inc Commodities-Delivery 5,398.81 Kemper, Tom . Athletic Official 100.00 Ketel, Grant Athletic Official 80.00 Lakeshore Educational Supplies 718.97 Leutzinger, Richard Athletic Official 80.00 Lids Team Sports Athletics 178.60 Love And Logic Educational Materials 1 98.60 Maakestad, Sherry Professional Development 681.12 Mad Science Of Iowa Assembly Fee 545.00 Makemusic, Inc. Insturmental Band 581.95 Marks Plumbing Maintenance 496.17 Marriott Hotel & Conf. Center Ad Convention 229.76 Marshalltown Csd Special Education 8,532.42 Martin Bros. Dist. Co. Inc. Nutrition 30,662.57 Maylor Dc, Neal Medical Pymt 11.50 Mccombs, Steve Clinician Fee 150.00 Mcgraw Hill Education Group Reading Adoption 1,105.79 Mediacom Lan Service 1,410.00 Menards Materials/Supplies 608.36 Menards Supplies 342.81 Mid American Energy Company Natural Gas/Electricity 11,095.73 Midwest Wheel Co Supplies 174.98 Murray, Karl Mileage 115.15 Noah, Scott Athletic Official 100.00 Nokes, Darlene Lunch Account Refund 4.30 O Reilly Auto Parts Transportation 534.13 Office Depot Inc Office Equip/Supplies 286.37 Oriental Trading Company Inc Supplies 700.39 Osterhaus, Tim Athletic Official 80.00 Pearson Learning Group Educational Supplies/Materials524.58 Pella Regional Health Center Medical Pymt 56.30 Perry Community Schools Activity Entry Fee 100.00 Peterson, Jack General Supplies 4,027.00 Phillips, Jane Reimbursement 22.23 Phonak Hearing Systems Audio Assistance Equipment 118.39 Pioneer Drama Services Scripts/Scores/Royalty 331.00 Pithan, Pat Athletic Official 65.00 Pitney Bowes Credit Corp Lease Mail Machine - 207.00 Play With A Purpose Pre-School Items 1,987.83 Positive Promotions Educational Supplies 210.95 Postage By Phone Reserve Acct Postage Meter Refills 1,000.00 PsatJNmsqt Fees 518.00 Pyramid School Products 'School Supplies 214.35 Quill School Supply School Supplies 11.96 Ray, Kevin Building Trades 6,275.00 Reed, Mark Athletic Official 100.00 Rieman Music Inc Music Supplies 10,155.06 Robert Half International Technology Assistant 7,925.96 Roberts Heating & Cooling Maintenance 1,844.91 Robinson, Michelle Reimbursement 95.32 Rothfus, Cordne Accompanist Fee 49.92 Rowland, Tammy Refund Of Pay To Ride Service 90.00 SandyHookElem.C/ONewtownBank Donation 360.00 Sara Lee Bakery Group/Earthgrains Bread/Buns 1,118.25 Savage-Vet Ploeg & Associates Professional Services 94.40 Schlueter, Keri Reimbursement 183.52 Schnoor, Katie Reimbursement 25.36 Schultz, Mike Athletic Official 100.00 Sears, Don Athletic Official 80.00 Seminole Retail Energy Services L Utilities 23,373.09 Shred It Shredding Service 56.00 Sigler Companies Clothing Resale 816.80 Sigmund, Dave Athletic Official 435.00 Simplex Grinnell Lp Clocks/Repair 172.50 Smith, Len Athletic Official 135.00 Social Skill Builder, Inc Special Materials 178.19 Socratic Seminars International Educational Materials 54.99 Stoner, Maody Reimbursement 24.62 Streetsmarts LIc Driver Education 870.00 Thomas Bus Sales Of Iowa Bus/Bus Parts 1,755.52 Thompson, Julie Reimbursement 120.50 Trane Service Parts: Ac 583.11 Urbandaie Community School Entry Fee 1,470.75 Wal*Mart: Se 14 = Supplies 40.35 Warren Water District Hartford Utilities 451.40 Waste Management Of Iowa Recycling 309.11 Welimark Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance Premium 78,035.26 Wilson, Brian Athletic Official 135.00 Wood, Glen Athletic Official 210.00 Woodman Controls Company Maintenance 1,672.00 Woodsmith Store Industrial Tech Supplies 206.44 Xtreme Liners Of Central Iowa Hs Band Cart 1,100.00 Yount, Darcy Athletic Official 80.00 Payroll 1119488.23 Aea Flowthru 66,489.50 Total: 1,585,640.41 Legislative News State Representative Julian B. Garrett Julian.Garrett@les.iowa.g0v. Involuntary Comxnitments We are continuing to work on mental health reform. In the House Judiciary Committee we passed an amended version of Senate File 406. The hill lays out procedures for involuntary commitments of persons with mental health problems, suhstance abuse problems or intellec- tual disahilities. Persons are involuntarily committed, by court order, when they are a threat of doing harm to them- selves or others. The bill establishes a division of mental health advocate in the State's Department' of Inspections and Appeals. The job of the mental health advocate is to be sure that the rights of anyone, who is committed, are respected. Advocates need to be well trained and inde- pendent so they can protect the patient's rights. During the court proceedings the patient will also be represented by an attorney but the attorney's role will end when the court proceedings are finished, unless the court orders that the attorney's services are to continue. I was a mem- ber of the mental health work group that worked on this subject over the last two years. I was able to work with the members of the subcommittee handling the bill on its final wording. The hill must be passed by the full House and the Senate, and be signed by the Governor, to he- come law. Education Reform We in the House passed our Education Reform Bill and sent it to the Senate on February 20. On April 3 the Sen- ate finally passed its amended version of the bill. The Senate took out most of the accountahility from the bill. It also removed the provisions relating to school choice, homeschooling and private schools. The Senate version costs about $40 million more than the House version. The bill now goes to a conference committee made up of House and Senate memhers who will try to come to an agree- ment on a bill that both chamhers will support. Medicaid-Obamacare There has been much talk about expanding Medicaid in Iowa with most discussions centering on the Claim that the federal government will pay 100% of the cost initially, with its share going down to 90% over time. The facts are that thousands of Iowans are qualified for Medicaid under the old program but are not signed up. I have seen estimates ranging from 50,000 to 80,000. Obamacare will at least theoretically force everyone t have health in- surance, meaning that it is likely that most of these people will now sign up for Medicaid. These people will come under the existing program meaning that the state will pay about 42% of their costs while the broke federal gov- ernment will pay the rest. It is only the newly eligible people, an estimated 150,000, whose incomes range from 100% to 133% of the federal poverty level, that are eli- gible to have 100% of their costs initially paid forby the federal government. With the federal government pay- ing less than 60% of the cost of the existing Medicaid program, how long can we count on it to pay 90% of the cost of new enrbllees? We in the House are looking at the Governor's health care plan and the plan passed by the Senate. We are now working to come up with a plan that best addresses the health needs of Iowans at an afford- able cost. Indianola Forum My next forum will be at the Farm Bureau Office in Indianola on Saturday April 13, at 10"00 a.m. Questions and comments from those attending are welcome. Everyone is invited. As always please feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns. Carlisle Police Department Public Information Report DISCLAIMER: All defendants are innocent until prove n guilty in a court of law. April 2 An officer reported responding to the 200 block of School Street to investigate suspicious activity in the area. An officer reported investigating an identified juvenile on probation violation. An officer reported responding to the area of S.E. 72 "d Ave and S.E. 60 th St. to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the area. April 3 An officer reported responding to the 200 block of Ash Street to investigate a vehicle. An officer reported charg- ing an identified juvenile, Carlisle, IA, With Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Alcohol Under the Legal Age, and Minor in Possession of Tobacco. An officer reported responding to the 200 block of School Street to investigate a report of suspicious persons in the area. An officer reported responding to the 100 block of Mar- ket Street to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue on a medical call. An officer reported responding to the area of Highway 5 and Scotch Ridge to assist a stranded motorist. Iowa's Economy Improves, Renewable Fuels Use Hits New Record Good News! The national economy is once again growing by leaps and bounds. New home construction is in full swing, existing home sales are now moving at a brisk pace, and the stock market closed this quarter higher than any quarter since early 2009. Iowa's economy also continues to show signs of improvement in a key economic tracking index released this month. The Iowa Leading Indicators Index is used by the Department of Revenue to project changes in the economy. In February, diesel fuel consumption, housing, and unemployment insurance claims were the strongest sectors in the February report, which predicts Iowa's economy will continue to grow. The index tracks eight economic indicators monthly. Warren County business leaders, along with the Warren County Economic Development Corporation, continue to lead the way in fostering Iowa's economic growth and community prosperity. It is an honor to serve on the House Economic Growth Committee. I will continue to keep the health of our businesses in mind as I grow into my new job! Biodiesel Use Surges America's dependence on foreign oil continues to trouble me. Therefore, I am always pleased to support Iowa as a leader in the production of renewable fuels. A report out this week found biodiesel use in Iowa doubled over the last few years, from 13.9 million gallons in 2011 to over 23 million gallons in 2012 and it is offered at over 300 locations across Iowa. Biodiesel, which is made from agricultural waste and residue, is now blended in over 40% of the fuel sold in Iowa. Iowa is the leading nation in biodiesel production. Iowa's 15 biodiesel plants have a production capacity of 325 million gallons of biodiesel per year. The industry adds about $470 million to Iowa's economy annually and supports about 5,000 jobs. Over the last decade, Iowa has become a world leader in renewable energy and will replace 25 percent of petroleum based fuels with biofuels by 2020. Iowa's renewable fuels industry supports 60,000 jobs for hard- working Iowans. Renewable fuels research and production are good for Iowa and good for America. I will continue my fight on behalf of Iowa's corn and soybean growers and on behalf our biofuels producers. Please contact me if I may be of service to you. Scott Ourth