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City of Mason City expense report, April 25, 2019


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CITY OF MASON CITY Publication Report
4/25/2019
Payee Description Amount
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ADAMS, PAUL OFFICE SUPPLIES 29.95
AERO PAINTING & CLEANING MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 50.00
ALLIANT UTILITIES-IPC ELECTRICITY 55,445.75
AMERICAN WATERWORKS REFUND 65.30
AMISH HEIRLOOMS CAPITAL OUTLAY 5,540.00
ANDERSON, LAURA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 11.60
APPARATUS TESTING SERVICE LLC M/E REPAIRS 1,251.50
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES CONCESSION SUPPLIES 737.68
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLYM/E REPAIRS 37.02
ARROW INTERNATIONAL INC MEDICAL SUPPLIES 2,441.00
ARROWHEAD SCIENTIFIC INC IDENT DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES 162.00
B & F FASTENER SUPPLY CO SHOP SUPPLIES 6.56
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 9,572,857.50
BLANCHARD, EDITH OTHER SUPPLIES 319.98
BLAZEK ELECTRIC BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTEN 312.50
BOHL, JOE TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE 191.58
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC MEDICAL SUPPLIES 1,711.19
BRINKLEY, JEFF FUEL 49.92
BRUEGGEMAN, JOSHUA EXHIBIT COSTS 50.00
BSN SPORTS INC OTHER SUPPLIES 13.75
BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE STREET SIGNS 17.56
CDW GOVERNMENT INC SPECIAL GRANT 1,254.51
CENTURYLINK PHONE EXPENSE 268.85
CITY OF MASON CITY M/E REPAIRS 30,370.30
CITY OF MASON CITY TRANSFERS 1,816,664.38
CITY OF MASON CITY FICA 28,494.24
CITY OF MASON CITY SALES TAX 10,997.85
CITY OF MASON CITY HEALTH CARE CLAIMS PAID 40,156.02
CITY OF MASON CITY SALES TAX 22,325.01
CITY OF MASON CITY IPERS IPERS 32,733.14
CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTOTHER SUPPLIES 1,075.81
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY COMPANY FUEL 2,930.02
CONTINENTAL CLAY COOFFICE SUPPLIES 171.19
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 185.33
CROELL REDI-MIX INC VALVES – REPAIR MATERIAL 2,906.00
CURTIS OTHER SUPPLIES 287.77
D & D SALES VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR EXPNSE 281.00
DARRELL’S MARINE REPAIR M/E REPAIRS 573.99
DE LAGE LANDEN OFFICE SUPPLIES 124.36
DES MOINES STAMP MFG OFFICE SUPPLIES 36.40
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING COOTHER SUPPLIES 600.00
EMSLRC EDUCATION AND TRAINING 302.00
FAREWAY STORE CONCESSION SUPPLIES 125.89
FASTENAL COMPANY REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 171.07
FEDERAL FIRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY CAMPGROUND SUPPLIES 91.00
FEDEX EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 61.81
FLOYD & LEONARD AUTO ELECTRIC M/E SUPPLIES 31.18
FRIEDERICH, CORBY EDUCATION AND TRAINING 183.00
GRAINGER TOOLS AND SUPPLIES 206.74
GUAY, MATTHEW SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL 75.00
HARMONY DESIGNS INCRESALE PURCHASES 137.81
HARRISON TRUCK CENTERS M/E REPAIRS 865.68
HERMEL, A H CONCESSION SUPPLIES 134.23
HEWETT WHOLESALE INC CONCESSION SUPPLIES 1,421.82
HIWAY TRUCK & EQUIPMENT M/E REPAIRS 53.50
HOLIDAY INN DES MOINES AIRPORT TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE201.60
HUBER SUPPLY COMPANY MEDICAL SUPPLIES 129.16
IAPELRA EDUCATION AND TRAINING 50.00
IDNR MAINS, MANHOLES, ETC IMPROV 100.00
INTEGRAL RECOVERIES COMMISSIONS 164.52
INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 296.90
INTERSTATE MOTOR TRUCKS REMOVAL EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 1,462.82
J & J MACHINING WELDING CAPITAL OUTLAY 88.81
KABRICK DISTRIBUTING CONCESSION SUPPLIES 1,007.25
KEYSTONE LABORATORIES MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 389.00
KLEMAS, STEVE SUPPLIES & LAUNDRY 13.73
KLEMESRUD, YENI OTHER SUPPLIES6.94
KRAMER ACE HARDWARE MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 26.42
MACHINE SHED EDUCATION AND TRAINING 1,849.00
MASON CITY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY M/E REPAIRS 224.72
MASON CITY LUMBER COMPANY CAMPGROUND SUPPLIES 13.96
MASON CITY POWERSPORTS OTHER SUPPLIES 35.99
MEDIACOM INVESTIGATION FUND 187.44
MEDTRAK SERVICESMEDICAL SERVICE 826.27
MENARDS OTHER SUPPLIES 396.99
METLI, PAM REFUND 30.00
MIDWEST NORTH IOWA JANITORIAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 375.00
MIDWEST PIPE SUPPLY INC MATERIAL 272.00
MOODY’S INVESTORS SERVICE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 23,000.00
MUNICIPAL FIRE AND POLICE PAYMENT TO MFPRSI 63,124.74
NAPA AUTO PARTS M/E REPAIRS 1,040.88
NEWMAN CHILDCARE TRANSIT SUBSIDY 50.00
NIACOG TRANSIT SUBSIDY 27,436.78
OFFICE ELEMENTS OTHER SUPPLIES 21.15
OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF MASON CITY BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTEN 105.00
PEPSI-COLA GENERAL BOTTLERS CONCESSION SUPPLIES 688.80
PIONEER ANIMAL HOSPITAL VETERINARIAN FEES 602.75
PIT & SEPTIC CLEANER OF IOWA BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTEN 350.00
PLUMB SUPPLY OTHER SUPPLIES 615.57
PRINTING SERVICES INC. ADVERTISING (GENERAL) 486.58
QUILL CORPORATION VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR EXPNSE 628.34
REINHART FOODSERVICE CONCESSION SUPPLIES 440.98
REYNOLDS,JIM EXHIBIT COSTS 150.00
RIVER CITY AUTO SUPPLY M/E REPAIRS 218.50
RIVER CITY COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTEN 175.00
ROSKENS, SUSAN SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL 75.00
SEAMS RIGHT/RIP FLAG REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 716.00
SHORT ELLIOTT HENDRICKSON INC STREET CONSTRUCTION 1,507.32
SNAP ON TOOLS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES 32.00
SPRECKER, RACHAEL OTHER SUPPLIES 14.97
ST ANSGAR GREENHOUSE & FLORAL SHOP MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 400.00
STADHEIM JEWELERS EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION 20.00
STAPLES #781 OFFICE SUPPLIES 464.01
STUDER, DAVID EDUCATION AND TRAINING 183.00
SUMMERFIELD, MELISSA EXHIBIT COSTS 100.00
SUPREME SERVICESCONCESSION SUPPLIES 294.50
TITAN MACHINERY REMOVAL EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 3,094.92
TOTAL FILTRATION SERVICES INC FILTERS 380.75
ULINE BUILDING REPAIRS AND MAINTEN 245.66
UNITED BEVERAGE CONCESSION SUPPLIES 294.80
USDA ZOO SUPPLIES 40.00
VARIDESK LLC OFFICE EQUIPMENT 400.00
VERIZON WIRELESSPHONE EXPENSE 86.64
WALMART COMMUNITY/SYNCB GRANT PAYMENTS 394.12
WATERWORKS,MASON CITY OTHER SUPPLIES 5,426.44
WOODMAN REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 483.00
ZIEGLER REMOVAL EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 395.02
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TOTAL: 11,779,930.98

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3 Responses to City of Mason City expense report, April 25, 2019

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    April 26, 2019 at 7:30 pm

    Mark: Is it true that the downtown apts. that are to be built are going to be owned by people from South Dakota and just managed by hired people here in Mason City? Which will mean that the rent money is not only going out of city but also out of state? And (please tell me this isn’t true) that they are getting a 10 year property tax exemption, which spells out free fire protection, free police protection, pretty much free city amenities for the next ten years??? Eagerly awaiting a response. Thank you.

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    April 26, 2019 at 6:19 pm

    You shunned industry, which kept this City alive for over 100 years. Now there is nothing substantial to take its place.
    You put your money in Retail. But now Retail is faltering left and right, leaving vacant storefronts and a half empty mall.
    You coddle polluters, ignoring their illegal dumps in direct violation of City code. So the State DNR had to come in and cease their operations.
    You allow commercial activity in residential properties, oblivious to its operations, and potential pollution. So again, the State DNR has to be called in.
    Exactly where is the City Leadership in Mason City? Are they acting for the good of its citizens, or for the few who wield influence?
    Where was the City Leadership when residents needed their properties protected from a few looking to exploit our neighborhoods, debasing our property values?
    Abandoned buildings are beginning to sprout up like dandelions in Spring. All we get from City Leadership is “we are working on it”, but nothing is said concrete. In the meantime, squatters invade those buildings.
    City Leadership unrealistically thinks, that a River-walk in Mason City can somehow eclipse the billion dollar district in San Antonio.
    Statues downtown will not solve the problems we have. To believe they could have any impact on the reasons Mason City continues to lose population, is nonsensical. Yet City Leadership still gives the project tax revenues and support.
    City Leadership proposes to increase its support of an entity by $23,000 this year, when it has shown no meaningful results in so many years past.
    City Leadership proposes a new apartment complex south of the almost dormant mall, targeted to those who make more than the median income. Yet, there are not the jobs in the community that would provide that kind of income. Just who will rent those apartments given the population is shrinking?
    Leadership in our community should focus on ALL the citizens who live here, not just those who they rub elbows with, and open their pocketbooks for another election cycle.!!!

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    April 26, 2019 at 2:15 pm

    You shunned industry, which kept this City alive for over 100 years. Now there is nothing substantial to take its place.
    You put your money in Retail. But now Retail is faltering left and right, leaving vacant storefronts and a half empty mall.
    You coddle polluters, ignoring their illegal dumps in direct violation of City code. So the State DNR had to come in and cease their operations.
    You allow commercial activity in residential properties, oblivious to its operations, and potential pollution. So again, the State DNR has to be called in.
    Exactly where is the City Leadership in Mason City? Are they acting for the good of its citizens, or for the few who wield influence?
    Where was the City Leadership when residents needed their properties protected from a few looking to exploit our neighborhoods, debasing our property values?
    Abandoned buildings are beginning to sprout up like dandelions in Spring. All we get from City Leadership is “we are working on it”, but nothing is said concrete. In the meantime, squatters invade those buildings.
    City Leadership unrealistically thinks, that a River-walk in Mason City can somehow eclipse the billion dollar district in San Antonio.
    Statues downtown will not solve the problems we have. To believe they could have any impact on the reasons Mason City continues to lose population, is nonsensical. Yet City Leadership still gives the project tax revenues and support.
    City Leadership proposes to increase its support of an entity by $23,000 this year, when it has shown no meaningful results in so many years past.
    City Leadership proposes a new apartment complex south of the almost dormant mall, targeted to those who make more than the median income. Yet, there are not the jobs in the community that would provide that kind of income. Just who will rent those apartments given the population is shrinking?
    Leadership in our community should focus on ALL the citizens who live here, not just those who they rub elbows with, and open their pocketbooks for another election cycle.!.!