Legals - Week of 10.25.17

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT OF DICKINSON COUNTY

Ditech Financial LLC fka Green Tree Servicing LLC

Plaintiff,

vs.

Parties in Possession; Stanley Lowe; Steven Lowe; Bridget Knudson; Brenda Harrold; Estate of Stevan Allen Lowe; Discover Bank; All Unknown Heirs, Devisees, or Claimants with an interest in Property of Linda M. Lowe, deceased; United States of America - Internal Revenue Service; United States of America - Internal Revenue Service; State of Iowa - Department of Revenue; State of Iowa - Department of Revenue; Unknown Spouse, if any, of Stanley Lowe; Unknown Spouse, if any, of Steven Lowe; Unknown Spouse, if any, of Bridget Knudson; Unknown Spouse, if any, of Brenda Harrold; Unknown spouse, if any, of Stevan A Lowe, a/k/a Stevan Allen Lowe, et al.

Defendants.

EQUITY NO: EQCV027797

ORIGINAL NOTICE

FOR PUBLICATION

You are notified that a petition has been filed in the office of this court naming you as a defendant in this action. The petition was filed on December 28, 2016, and prays for foreclosure of Plaintiffs Mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on the property described in this notice and judgment for the unpaid principal amount of $94,238.88, with 4.99% per annum interest thereon from June 1, 2016, together with late charges, advances and the costs of the action including (but not limited to) title costs and reasonable attorney’s fees, as well as a request that said sums be declared a lien upon the following described premises from November 18, 2013, located in Dickinson county, Iowa:

The North 75 feet of Lot 6, Block 65, Newcomer’s Addition to the Town of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, lowa

Less and except the following: The North 75 feet of the East 80 feet of Lot Six (6), Block Sixty-five (65), in Newcomer’s Addition to the City of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa

MORE ACCURATELY

DESCRIBED AS:

The North 75 feet of Lot 6, Block 65, NEWCOMER’S ADDITION to the Town of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, lowa.

less and except the following:

The North 75 feet of the East 80 feet of Lot 6, Block 65, in Newcomer’s Addition to the City of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa

, commonly known as 907 Fargo Avenue, Spirit Lake, IA 51360 (the “Property”)

The petition further prays that the Mortgage on the above described real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment and for other relief as the Court deems just and equitable. For further details, please review the petition on file in the clerk’s office. The Plaintiffs attorney is Emily Bartekoske, of SouthLaw, P.C.; whose address is 1401 50th Street, Suite 100, West Des Moines, IA 50266.

NOTICE

The plaintiff has elected foreclosure without redemption.  This means that the sale of the mortgaged property will occur promptly after entry of judgment unless you file a written demand with the court to delay the sale.  If you file a written demand, the sale will be delayed until twelve months (or six months if the petition includes a waiver of deficiency judgment) from the entry of judgment if the mortgaged property is your residence and is a one-family or two-family dwelling or until two months from entry of judgment if the mortgaged property is not your residence or is your residence but not a one-family or two-family dwelling.  You will have no right of redemption after the sale.  The purchaser at the sale will be entitled to immediate possession of the mortgaged property.  You may purchase at the sale.

You must serve a motion or answer on or before 15th day of November, 2017, and within a reasonable time thereafter, you must file your motion or answer with the Clerk of Court for Dickinson County, at the county courthouse in Spirit Lake, Iowa. If you fail to respond, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.

If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in a court action because of a disability, immediately call your District ADA Coordinator at 712-279-6035. If you are hearing impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942.

This case has been filed in a county that utilizes electronic filing. You may find more information and general rules governing electronic filing in Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16. You may find information concerning protection of personal information in court filings in Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16, Division VI.

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CLERK OF THE ABOVE COURT

Dickinson County Courthouse

1802 Hill Avenue, Suite 2506

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

IMPORTANT:

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS.

File No. 196986

Case No. EQCV027797

File No. 196986-812116

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IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR DICKINSON COUNTY

IN THE MATTER OF

THE ESTATE OF

ERIC G. AVERY,

Deceased.

CASE NO. ESPR014391

NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT

OF ADMINISTRATOR,

AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Eric G. Avery, Deceased, who died on or about September 24, 2017:

You are hereby notified that on October 6, 2017 Erica Avery was appointed administrator of the estate.

Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above-named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated October 6, 2017

Erica Avery, AdministratorBox 574Lake Park, IA 51347

Barry Shaw Sackett, ICIS PIN No: AT0009509

Attorney for Administrator

Firm Name: Sackett Law Firm

Address: 1704 Hill Ave., Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Date of second publication

October 25, 2017

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TRUST NOTICE

IN THE MATTER OF THE TRUST:

REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT OF VALORIS AND CAROL JOHNSON DATED MAY 29, 1990, AS AMENDED AND RESTATED JANUARY 29, 2013

To all persons regarding CAROL JOHNSON, deceased, who died on or about January 27, 2017. You are hereby notified that NORVIN JOHNSON is the successor trustee of the REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT OF VALORIS AND CAROL JOHNSON DATED MAY 29, 1990, AS AMENDED AND RESTATED JANUARY 29, 2013. Any action to contest the validity of the trust must be brought in the District Court of Dickinson County, Iowa, within the later to occur of four (4) months from the date of second publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs of the descendent settlor and the spouse of the descendent settlor whose identities are reasonably ascertainable. Any suit not filed within this period shall be forever barred.

Notice is further given that any person or entity possessing a claim against the trust must mail proof of the claim to the trustee at the address listed below via certified mail, return receipt requested, by the later to occur of four (4) months from the second publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice if required or the claim shall be forever barred unless paid or otherwise satisfied.

Dated on 9/19/2017

REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT OF VALORIS AND CAROL JOHNSON DATED MAY 29, 1990, AS AMENDED AND RESTATED JANUARY 29, 2013

NORVIN JOHNSON SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE

2790 200TH STREET

SPIRIT LAKE, IA 51360

Christopher Fuhrman, #AT0010200, Attorney for Trustee

PELZER LAW FIRM, 113 North Sixth Street, Estherville, IA 51334

Date of second publication: October 25, 2017.

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IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR DICKINSON COUNTY

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RODNEY W. SWANSON

Deceased.

CASE NO. EXPR014394

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of RODNEY W. SWANSON, Deceased , who died on or about September 25, 2017:

You are hereby notified that on October 13, 2017, the last will and testament of RODNEY W. SWANSON, deceased, bearing date of August 9, 2006,* was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Myrtle L. Swanson was appointed executor of the estate Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decendent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonable ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.

Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance ,and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice )unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated October 13, 2017.

Date of second publication: November 1, 2017.

Myrtle L. Swanson

Executor of the Estate

2408 25th St., Lot #91

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Christopher A. Bjornstad, #0000924

Attorney for the Executor

Cornwall, Avery, Bjornstad & Scott, 407

Grand Ave., P.O. Box 999,

Spencer, IA 51301

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IN THE IOWA JUVENILE COURT FOR DICKINSON COUNTYIN THE INTEREST OFJUVENILE NO. JVJV003313
F.K.ORIGINAL NOTICE
D.O.B. 03/29/2016,A Child.TO: All Punitive Fathers of a Child Born on the 29th day of March, 2016.

You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the above Court a Termination of Parental Rights Petition concerning the above-named child pursuant Iowa Code Chapter 232. The Petitioner is the State of Iowa whose attorney is Travis Johnson, Assistant Dickinson County Attorney, and whose address is 1802 Hill Avenue, Suite 2509, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360, phone number 712-336-4003.

You are further notified that a hearing has been set for the child in interest and shall be held before the Juvenile Court on December 6, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. in the juvenile courtroom of the Dickinson County Courthouse in Spirit Lake, Iowa. If you fail to appear and defend at said time and place, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. You have the right to court appointed counsel if you are indigent.

IMPORTANT

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS.

If you need assistance to participate in court due to a disability, call the disability coordinator at 712-279-6035. Persons who are hearing or speech impaired may call Relay Iowa TTY (1-800-735-2942). Disability coordinators cannot provide legal advice.

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF

THE IOWA GREAT LAKES SANITARY DISTRICT

October 10, 2017 3:00 P.M.

DISTRICT OFFICE, MILFORD, IOWA

President Boettcher called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.; trustee Camozzi, Hoppe, and Rohlfsen were present. Others present Abby Walleck and Mike Roth.

Trustees moved to go into Closed Session pursuant to Iowa Code Section 21.5 (c) to discuss litigation (Hoppe/Boettcher) all aye. Trustees went into closed session.

Trustees came out of closes session (Rohlfsen/Hoppe); all aye.

Settlement options were approved to be presented to Municipal Pipe and Tool (Hoppe/Rohlfsen); all aye.

Trustees moved to hire Will Larson with the Klass Law Firm out of Sioux City work on the Municipal Pipe and Tool lawsuit. (Hoppe/Boettcher); all aye.

Trustees approved the Amendment #2 for the Professional Services Agreement with HR Green for the construction phase of Project 2017-02 for time and materials in the amount not to exceed $191,000 (Rohlfsen/Camozzi); all aye.

Pay application #4 for Project 2017-01 was approved in the amount of $9,690 (Camozzi/Rohlfsen), all ayes.

Minutes for September 12 and 20th were approved (Rohlfsen/Camozzi); all ayes. The financial report for September was reviewed and approved. Bills for September 2017 were approved in the amounts of $145,139.17 for the general fund and $28718.20 for the construction fund and transfer of $25,000 from the construction savings account to construction fund checking account (Hoppe/Bailey); all ayes.

The meeting was adjourned Motion by (Rohlfsen/Boettcher).

ATTEST: _

Robert H. Boettcher President Kae Hoppe, Clerk

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Minutes written for approval at the next Commission meeting.

The Dickinson County Water Quality Commission (DCWQC) met on October 12, 2017 at 5:30 P.M. at the Arnolds Park City Hall.

Commissioners present:Leupold, Allen, Waters, Stoll, Shuttleworth, Robinson, Mitchell, Chappas, Paxton

Clean Water Alliance: Coordinator, John H. Wills

Guests present were: Grant writers of grants

Mitchell called the meeting to order at 5:35 P.M.

Agenda:

Chappas moved to approve the agenda, seconded by Leupold, motion carried.

Minutes:

Chappas moved to approve the minutes of the July 27, 2017 meeting, seconded by Leupold, motion carried.

Treasurers Report:

Stoll moved to move funds from inactive projects to miscellaneous expense, seconded by Chappas, motion carried.

Bills to Be Paid:

Monument Drive Pervious Paver (FY17-05)$75,000.00
Okoboji Homeowners Association (FY17-06)$16,860.00
Legal Publication$20.98

Total $91,880.98

Chappas moved to approve the bills to be paid, seconded by Shuttleworth, motion carried

New Business

Old Business

Discussion of potential watershed management authority that would form to cover most of Dickinson County and part of Osceola County.

Mitchell moved to send card of thanks to Darryl Halling to thank him for his 15 years of service in the Water Quality Commission, seconded by Allen, motion carried.

Mitchell adjourned the meeting at 6:55 PM.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

230th Avenue Watermain Loop

Milford Municipal Utilities

Milford, IA

Public Hearing on Proposed Contract Documents and Estimated Costs for Repair or Improvement. A public hearing will be held by the Milford Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees on the proposed contract documents (plans, specifications and form of contract) and estimated cost for the improvement at its meeting at 6:15 P.M. on November 6, 2017, at 806 N Avenue, Milford, IA.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project consists of the installation of watermain along 230th Avenue in the City of Milford, Iowa. The scope of work includes the following approximate quantities: removal and replacement of 169 LF of 15” to 24” culverts, installation of 2,671 LF of watermain and other miscellaneous items of work.

This Notice is given by authority of the Milford Municipal Utilities

Eric Stoll, General Manager

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE ARNOLDS PARK CITY COUNCIL FOR

CONSIDERATION OF A ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 165.23.1. of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance, the Arnolds Park City Council will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Arnolds Park City Hall, 156 N. Highway 71, Arnolds Park, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing will be to discuss a proposed amendment of Section 165.12.5. of the City’s zoning ordinance to change the maximum height allowed in the C-4 Resort Commercial District, in addition to changing the language in Section 165.26.1 procedures for changes and amendments to the zoning ordinance. If you have questions concerning this proposed zoning amendment, or if you require special accommodations to attend the public hearing, you may contact the Arnolds Park City Hall at 332-2341, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed zoning ordinance amendment are available for public review in the office of the City Clerk at City Hall. All interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.Linda Nase

City Clerk

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE ARNOLDS PARK PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

FOR MAKING A RECOMMENDATION ON A ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 165.23.1. of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance, the Arnolds Park Planning & Zoning Commission will conduct a public hearing on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:15 p.m. at the Arnolds Park City Hall, 156 N. Highway 71, Arnolds Park, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing will be to discuss a proposed amendment of Section 165.12.5. of the City’s zoning ordinance to change the maximum height allowed in the C-4 Resort Commercial District, in addition to changing the language in Section 165.26.1 procedures for changes and amendments to the zoning ordinance. If you have questions concerning this proposed zoning amendment, or if you require special accommodations to attend the public hearing, you may contact the Arnolds Park City Hall at 332-2341, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed zoning ordinance amendment are available for public review in the office of the City Clerk at City Hall. All interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE ARNOLDS PARK PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

FOR MAKING A RECOMMENDATION ON A ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 165.23.1. of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance, the Arnolds Park Planning & Zoning Commission will conduct a public hearing on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:15 p.m. at the Arnolds Park City Hall, 156 N. Highway 71, Arnolds Park, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing will be to discuss a proposed amendment of Section 165.14.3. of the City’s zoning ordinance to add the Commercial Use classification of Communication Services as a Special Exception Use in the (MH) Mobile and Manufactured Housing District. If you have questions concerning this proposed zoning amendment, or if you require special accommodations to attend the public hearing, you may contact the Arnolds Park City Hall at 332-2341, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed zoning ordinance amendment are available for public review in the office of the City Clerk at City Hall. All interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Board Meeting October 9, 2017

The Milford Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees met in regular session Monday, October 9, 2017 at 6:15PM in the Board Room. In attendance were Board Members Keith Wurtz, Mike Anderson, Wanda Nelson, Sue Prunty, and Kevin Wharton; Manager Eric Stoll; Utility Attorney Abby Walleck; Linda Ruble; and Guests Steve Anderson, Neal Guess, and Steve Schwaller.

Chairman Wurtz called the meeting to order.

The agenda, minutes, and financials were approved as presented. The following bills were presented for payment:

Aflac

Employee Paid Benefit-524.36

Ahlers & Cooney, P.C.

Attorney-Legal-1,080.50

American Water Works Asso

Dues-360.00

Applied Specialties, Inc.

Chemicals-10,948.90

Arnold Motor Supply

Truck-262.04

Arnold Motor Supply

Truck-10.15

Aspire

Employee Funded Benefit-195.00

Aspire

Employee Funded Benefit-195.00

Base

Employee Benefits-30.00

Base

Employee Funded Benefit-87.70

Base

Employee Funded Benefit-40.00

Base

Employee Funded Benefit-135.00

Black Hills Energy

Power-33.16

Bomgaars

Tools-76.51

BRIDGET WILCOX

CREDIT REFUNDS-33.35

Card Service Center

Supplies, Maint-583.35

Centurylink Communications, LLC

Phone-365.53

City of Milford

Bldg, Street Repair, Driveway-

10,748.65

City of Milford

S/SS/G-54,327.13

City of Milford

CC Fee-(42.83)

Collection Services Center

Employee Withholding-184.61

Collection Services Center

Employee Withholding-184.61

Crescent Electric Supply Company

Distribution Meter Maint, Plant-235.18

Dairyland Power Cooperative

Billing statement charges-972.95

Department of Energy

WAPA-26,128.00

DGR and Associates Company

Interconnection Study-1,849.00

Dickinson County News

Publishing-114.00

Ethan Rader

Travel-testing/school-353.88

H & D Underground, Inc.

Subcontractor-9,510.00

Hawkins, Inc.

Chemicals-1,790.77

HOMEBUYERS INC.

CREDIT REFUNDS-97.46

Ia Assoc of Muni Utilities

Workshop-1,434.60

Ia Depart of Natural Res

2018 Water Permit-134.00

Internal Revenue Service

FICA 091517-5,312.13

Internal Revenue Service

FICA 092917-5,479.83

Iowa Department of Revenue

Sales Tax- 13,218.00

Iowa Department of Revenue

Withholding-2,845.00

Iowa One Call

Locates-75.60

Iowa Utilities Board

2018 Energy Center Assess-3,901.00

IPERS

IPERS-8,997.08

Kriz - Davis Company

Inventory, Underground-3,823.76

Maahs & Walleck

Legal-920.00

MaxYield Cooperative

Fuel-796.13

MidAmerican Energy

Neal #4- 21,000.00

Milford Electric, Inc.

Maintenance-63.32

Mitchell J. Burgin

Mowing-375.00

MMU - Investment Fund

Transfer- 36,359.00

MMU - Investment Fund

Transfer- 28,202.91

MMU-Medical Insurance Account

Transfer-511.40

MMU-Utilities

Utilities-3,971.09

Municipal Supply, Inc.

Inventory-740.50

NIMECA

Nerc Assessment-220.56

NIMECA

Power- 62,110.28

NIMECA

Employee Benefit-181.79

NIMECA

Property Tax-479.50

Power Line Supply

Inventory-5,970.60

Principal Life

Employee Benefit-371.86

Professional Computer Systems

Hosting-767.00

Rody And Laurian Pederson

Generation-17.66

Shaw’s of Okoboji

Plant-192.60

State Hygienic Laboratory

Testing-39.00

Storey Kenworthy

Office supplies-254.74

Stuart C. Irby Co.

Safety-59.20

Stuart C. Irby Co.

Inventory, Transformer Maint-1,337.59

Sunshine Foods

Supplies-6.95

T & R Electric

Inventory-750.00

True Value - Milford

Supplies-288.29

United Community Bank

Loan Payment-70,902.22

Verizon Wireless

Phone-141.55

Wedeking Pit & Plant, Inc.

Gravel-40.00

Wellmark

Employee Benefit-14,028.28

Wesco Distribution, Inc.

Inventory-1,086.05

Winther, Stave & Co., LLP

Audit-8,000.00

Steve Anderson introduced himself to the Board and told them he was running for Mayor in the November 7 election. He noted the upcoming forums where he will be available to answer any questions and give people an opportunity to hear some of the things he would like to do as Mayor. He then excused himself. Steve Schwaller excused himself.

Neal Guess from Bolton & Menk made some comments regarding the bid letting for the 230th Avenue Watermain Loop Project. Permits are in place and there can be a recommendation at the November 6 meeting. Nelson/Prunty made a motion to approve Resolution 13-17, Resolution Ordering Bids, Approving Plans, Specifications and Form of Contract and Notice to Bidder, Fixing Amount of Bidder’s Check, and Ordering Clerk to Publish Notice and for a Public Hearing on Plans, Specifications, Form of Contract and Estimate of Costs. Roll call vote was taken. Ayes-Wharton, Prunty, Nelson, Anderson, Wurtz. Nays-none. Guess excused himself.

Anderson/Prunty made a motion to approve Resolution 14-17, Resolution Appointment of Hearing Officer (s) for Electric Customer Complaint Resolution. Roll call vote was taken. Ayes-Wharton, Prunty, Nelson, Anderson, and Wurtz. Nays-none. Chairman Wurtz then asked for volunteers for the Hearing Officer. Chairman Wurtz appointed Kevin Wharton and Wanda Nelson as the Hearing Officers and they agreed to serve.

Items discussed in the Manager’s Report:

• Eric spoke with Russ Beckendorf from MHR Insurance and there is now water line and other utility service insurance available through some homeowner’s insurance policies for as little as $15.00/year. The Insurance industry see this type of insurance becoming more main stream. We should remind customers to check on this coverage by putting in our newsletter or on our bill message.

• The electric department will be getting their new truck this week and their old truck will be going to the water department.

• We received our payment from Osceola Rural Water.

• We should probably be looking at updating our 10-year plan on water.

• Eric discussed recent business activity in Milford and potential effects on our services.

The Board of Trustees adjourned the meeting. The next regular meeting of the Milford Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees will be November 6, 2017.

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Keith Wurtz, Chairman

Paula Nordblad, Secretary

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TERRIL CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

TO SOLICIT COMMENT ON ADOPTING THE

2017 ZONING ORDINANCE

A public hearing to consider the Terril Zoning Ordinance will be held at the city council’s regular meeting on November 6, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at Terril City Hall. Copies of the proposed 2017 Zoning Ordinance, or portions thereof, is available for inspection in the city clerk’s office or by emailing cityclerk@terril.net. The purpose of this public hearing is to solicit public comments prior to the city council deciding to approve and adopt the proposed zoning ordinance. The planning & zoning commission met to review the proposed new ordinance and made a recommendation for the city council to approve and adopt such zoning ordinance. The zoning ordinance, establishes by legislation, specific zoning districts within the city in which certain land uses are permitted by right or conditional use and of which allowed uses will be subject to bulk regulations. Written or oral comments are welcome and the public is strongly encouraged to attend. For additional information, or to make arrangements for disabled or non-English speaking individuals please contact the Terril city offices at 853-6227. Following the closing of the public hearing the city council may consider the first reading of the ordinance.

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Dickinson County Board of Supervisors

October 10, 2017

9:00 A.M. Present are Supervisors Paul Johnson, Mardi Allen, Tim Fairchild, and Chairperson William Leupold. Vice-Chairperson Pam Jordan, absent.

Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those present.

Meeting called to order by Chairperson, William Leupold.

Moved by Allen, seconded by Fairchild, to approve the October 3, 2017 Board Meeting Minutes as presented to the Board. Roll call vote: Allen-aye, Fairchild-aye, Johnson-aye, and Leupold-aye.

Moved by Johnson, seconded by Allen, to approve the following claims as listed on the Claims Register Listing dated October 10, 2017. Roll call vote: Johnson-aye, Allen-aye, Fairchild-aye, and Leupold-aye.

CLAIMS LISTING 10-10-2017

ACCESS FORENSIC LAB-980.00

AIRGAS USA, LLC-57.32

ALEX WILL-5703.90

ALLAN STEVENS CONSTRUCTION

27000.00

ALLIANT ENERGY-9810.23

ALPHA WIRELESS COMM CO-2750.00

ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY-1147.42

BLACK HILLS ENERGY-1245.78

BOB’S REPAIR & TOW INC-87.34

BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.-290.18

BOYER TRUCKS SIOUX FALLS-1504.83

CALHOUN-BURNS & ASSC INC-

3660.00

CATHY HANSON-219.78

CENTURYLINK-570.95

CLAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT

37.00

CONNIE GOLDTRAP-276.76

CORNELL ABSTRACT CO-35.00

COTTINGHAM & BUTLER-2083.33

D & K REPAIR-498.71

DAVID L KOHLHAASE-223.63

DICKINSON CO EMERG.MGMT-8257.92

DICKINSON CO SHERIFF-34.82

DICKINSON CO TREASURER-3202.43

DICKINSON CO TREASURER-80.99

DICKINSON CO TREASURER-21634.89

DICKINSON CO.PUBLIC HEALTH

5491.90

DISCOVERY HOUSE INC.-1000.00

DMC Wear Parts LLC-2560.29

DOLGINOFF & ASSOCIATES-489.48

ELECTION SOURCE-197.35

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SYSTEMS-636.84

EVERTEK INC.-46.24

FRANK FRANEK JR-240.00

FRESNO SUPERIOR COURT-27.00

GALEN’S PRO-MOW LLC-164.33

GJERDE COLLISION CENTER LLC

19932.00

GOVCONNECTION INC.-64.12

HOFFMAN FILTER SERVICE-82.50

IA DEPT.OF NATURAL RESOURCES

75.00

IA LAKES REGIONAL WATER-191.79

IA PRISON INDUSTRIES-102.20

ICIT-50.00

IMPACT 7G-2150.00

IMWCA-4862.00

INSPIRON LOGISTICS LLC-3652.00

INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER-600.30

ISU EXTENSION-175.00

ISU REGISTRATION SERVICES-225.00

JACOBSON WESTERGARD ASSC.INC.-687.50

JAMES KESSLER-14.45

JAYCOX IMPLEMENT INC-345.05

JON MARTIN-210.79

KELTEK INC.-60.99

KRISTI BUSSE-116.52

KRISTIN LOKEN-192.60

LAKE PARK AUTO PARTS-291.94

LAKE PARK MUN UTILITIES-198.76

LAKES AUTOSPORT-882.64

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER-305.25

LAKES REGIONAL HEALTHCARE

815.03

LARRY LAIR EXCAVATING INC.

3300.00

MAIL SERVICES LLC-598.22

MARCO-4979.51

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC.-18.48

MATT MAYOU-2560.80

MEDIACOM-1067.47

MEL ZEVENBERGEN-495.41

MICHAEL J. CHOZEN & ASSOCIATES-192.00

MID IOWA SALES CO-164.94

MIKE & VICKI WILLISON-294.46

MILFORD COMMUNICATIONS

128.15

MILFORD MUN UTILITIES-592.38

NACO-450.00

NENA-137.00

NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS-673.61

NORTH CENTRAL INT’L.INC.

205.38

NOTEBOOM IMPLEMENT LLC-191.53

OFFICE SYSTEMS CO.-154.00

OKOBOJI, CITY OF-338.00

ONE OFFICE SOLUTION-658.17

PENGUIN MANAGEMENT INC.

2058.00

POWERPLAN-3357.53

REEKERS CLEANING SERVICE LLC-18745.12

RICHARD NEPPL-200.00

ROBERT EILERS-9.63

ROD STEVENSON-170.00

ROGER VIGDAL-120.00

RONALD HOLLE-44.18

SANDY LAW FIRM-73.17

SARA CONNELL-225.00

SAYERS-2756.25

SOCIETY OF LAND SURVEYOR

140.00

SPENCER OFFICE SUPPLIES-9.99

SPIRIT LAKE MED. CENTER-580.00

SPIRIT LAKE, CITY OF-2089.99

STANLEY PROPANE & APPLIANCE

6248.00

STAPLES CREDIT PLAN-247.16

STOREY KENWORTHY;MATT-PARROTT-586.41

TERRIL TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE-281.94

TERRIL, CITY OF-42.00

THOMSON REUTERS-WEST-327.00

UPPER DES MOINES OPP.INC.

17500.00

US BANK-2153.64

US CELLULAR-728.46

VANGUARD APPRAISALS INC

11450.00

VERIZON WIRELESS-120.03

WALMART COMMUNITY-171.36

WEX BANK-3812.71

WHEATLEY PLG.& HTG.-1132.65

WILLIAM C. LEUPOLD-1500.84

TOTAL PAYMENTS-232,610.64

An appointment to the Water Quality Commission Board has been tabled until the next regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors Meeting. County Engineer Dan Eckert present. Eckert informed the board that a resident from East Okoboji Beach had approached him on several occasions regarding missing property pins that are claimed to have been missing since the 2009 EOB TIF Project. The board agreed that the fault most likely would lie on the engineer and the contractor of the project. With the completion of the project being years ago, Eckert will refer the property owner to the project engineer and/ or contractor of said project.

Eckert presented a bridge report to the Supervisors. Dickinson County currently has 64 bridges, which meet the Federal Government definition of a bridge (over 20 feet in length). Additionally, 13 culverts reside in the county that are at least 20 feet and meet the definition of a bridge. Most of the bridges in the county qualify for Federal Funding. Another source of bridge funding is from the increased revenue in the Road Use Tax. In the upcoming fiscal year budgeting, Eckert will budget to strengthen 3-4 of the counties existing bridges.

The preliminary plan design for the Horseshoe Bend Bridge was unveiled. Eckert is hoping that a bid letting can be held in the fall of 2018 with actual construction slated for 2019-2020. The board gave its consent to the preliminary plan design contingent on the clearance of wetland determination, EPA determination, and an archaeological study held on the property.

The board gave their board and committee reports and non-actionable items were discussed.

There being no further items presented to the board, Johnson, seconded by Fairchild, moved it to adjourn. All voted aye. Meeting adjourned to the call of the Chairperson at 10:45 a.m.

_William Leupold, Chairperson

Lori Pedersen, Auditor

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ARNOLDS PARK, IA

REGULAR SESSION

OCTOBER 11, 20176:00 P.M.

COUNCIL PRESENT: Adams, Christensen, Richter, Watters. Mayor Hussong presided.

ABSENT: Jensen.

OTHERS PRESENT: Andrew Fisher, Steve Schwaller, Jeff Rose, Randy Pas, Tim Quinn, Mark Henry, Ron Walker, Al Krueger, Kara Rice.

Motion approving consent agenda consisting of Minutes, Claims, Clerk’s, and Treasurer’s reports. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

Motion approving liquor license renewals for the Ritz and the Tobacco Shop, as well as, Captain’s Getaway pending final paperwork. Adams/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

BEDELL FAMILY YMCA: Andrew Fisher, CEO, updated the Council on the happenings at the YMCA. Fisher stated the YMCA had record memberships this year and that roughly 20% of Arnolds Park residents have a membership. Fisher mentioned the YMCA will provide 80 fourth grade students from Okoboji a free membership, as well as, transportation four days a week from the school to the YMCA. They are also playing host to the Okoboji After Prom this year. Fisher stated their food program and programming in general could use help with funding. Fisher will provide more information on these specific areas to the Council at a later date for possible funding.

WOODLEY’S PMJ LAKESIDE MOBILE HOME PARK, INC: Mayor Hussong opened the public hearing at 6:09 p.m. No comments written or verbal were received. Mayor Hussong closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m. Motion to amend the agenda to say “Possible Resolution authorizing property trade.” Watters/Christensen Ayes: Watters, Christensen, Adams, Richter. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen. RESOLUTION NO. 45-17 AUTHORIZING A PROPERTY TRADE WITH WOODLEY’S PMJ LAKESIDE MOBILE HOME PARK, INC. Introduced by Richter. Seconded by Christensen. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Richter, Christensen, Adams, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

WEST BROADWAY STREET CROSSWALK: The Okoboji Middle School has approached the City about adding a crosswalk from the Middle School and across West Broadway Street to the Bible Conference grounds area where the middle schoolers go for recess. Motion approving the use of a paddle stop sign and safety vests to assist the middle schoolers across the road at this time; a painted crosswalk will be added after West Broadway Street is resurfaced. Watters/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

2017 STREET IMPROVEMENTS – WEST BROADWAY ST: Mayor Hussong opened the public hearing at 6:16 p.m. No comments written or verbal were received. Mayor Hussong closed the public hearing at 6:17 p.m. RESOLUTION NO. 46-17 AWARDING THE BID TO HULSTEIN EXCAVATING IN THE AMOUNT OF $134,252.00 FOR THE 2017 STREET IMPROVEMENTS – WEST BROADWAY STREET PROJECT PER THE RECOMMENDATION OF JACOBSON – WESTERGARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Introduced by Watters. Seconded by Adams. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Watters, Adams, Christensen, Richter. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

2017 STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS – BASCOM ST: RESOLUTION NO. 47-17 AWARDING THE BID TO A.B.C. SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $7,742.50 FOR THE 2017 STORM SEWER IMPROVEMETS – BASCOM ST. PER THE RECOMMENDATION OF JACOBSON – WESTERGARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Introduced by Adams. Seconded by Richter. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Adams, Richter, Christensen, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

2017 STREET IMPROVEMENTS – WEST OKOBOJI ROAD: RESOLUTION NO. 48-17 APPROVING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 IN THE AMOUNT OF $25,129.35 TO OMG MIDWEST dba TRI-STATE PAVING FOR THE 2017 STREET IMPROVEMENTS – WEST OKOBOJI ROAD PROJECT PER THE RECOMMENDATION OF JACOBSON – WESTERGARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Introduced by Richter. Seconded by Christensen. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Richter, Christensen, Adams, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen. The amount of $25,129.35 for Change Order No. 1 is to extend the project along 1st Street 263 feet further south as requested by the City of West Okoboji, and is the entire responsibility of the City of West Okoboji. The City of Arnolds Park had to approve the Change Order since they are the contracting authority.

Motion approving Pay Estimate No. 1 in the amount of $30,948.18 to OMG Midwest dba Tri-State Paving for the 2017 Street Improvements – West Okoboji Road per the recommendation of Jacobson – Westergard & Associates, Inc. The City of Arnolds Park’s share of Pay Estimate No. 1 is $15,711.63, and the City of West Okoboji’s share is $15,236.55. Watters/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

2017 LID IMPROVEMENTS – US HIGHWAY 71: Motion approving Pay Estimate No. 2 (Final) in the amount of $3,142.75 to ABC Services for the 2017 LID Improvements – US Highway 71 per the recommendation of Jacobson – Westergard & Associates, Inc. Christensen/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

VERIZON WIRELESS: Verizon is looking to install, at minimal cost to the City, a Small Cell Site, on a light pole located in the parking lot of the City Beach. It was the consensus of the Council to move forward with the project.

CITY HALL CUSTODIAL SERVICES: Motion to accept the bid from Mardsen Services at $640.00 per month for City Hall custodial services. Richter/Christensen. Ayes: Richter, Christensen, Watters. Nays: Adams. Absent: Jensen.

LIBRARY: Kara Rice, Librarian, updated the Council on the happenings at the library. Rice said 206 children were registered for the Summer Reading Program, but there were possibly more who showed up. They have gone live with the new Apollo software per the requirements with the State Library and the software has been working well. Rice also stated that their monthly “Paint Night” co-sponsored with surrounding libraries is very popular as it has been full for the last four months.

68 HINSHAW STREET: Motion awarding the bid to Sam Wedeking Excavating in the amount of $12,000.00 to remove the house located at 68 Hinshaw Street. Watters/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: Motion approving Linda Nase as City Clerk/Treasurer with a salary of $49,181.64 per year and a quarterly car allowance of $234.50, and Jenna Thunhorst as the Deputy City Clerk with a salary of $40,209.66 per year with job reviews for both in six (6) months per the recommendation of the Personnel Committee. Richter/Christensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen.

MISCELLANEOUS NON-ACTION ITEMS: Nase informed the Council on a possible abatement of a nuisance at a property on Katrina Street. Nase also stated that Tony Gray with Central Water System was asking the Council for any last suggestions, as the final decision on curly leaf pond weed was being made at the October 12 meeting.

Motion to adjourn: Richter/Christensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Jensen. Mayor Hussong declared the meeting adjourned at 6:46 p.m._

Jim Hussong, Mayor

Linda Nase, City Clerk

A & M LAUNDRY INC

laundry - city shed- $60.00

IA ONE CALL-

Iowa one calls- 95.40

SPIRIT LAKE PARTS CITY

vel tape/booster pac- 216.09

CASEY’S GENERAL STORE

GAS PURCHASES- 205.79

CENTRAL WATER SYSTEM

purchase water- 21,025.00

CITY OF OKOBOJI

Sweeper- 189.48

DES MOINES STAMP MFG CO

Julie B. Notary stamp- 32.40

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

mop wet rough surface- 19.00

HILLCREST FORGE

mulch plate for mower-81.22

IA LAKES ELECTRIC COOP

700 240th ave- 1,078.82

IMWCA

Installment 4 work comp prem- 2,008.00

ALLIANT ENERGY

Utilities- 6,422.63

IGL SANITARY DISTRICT

July, Aug, Sept sewer charges- 62,956.81

OFFICE ELEMENTS

office supplies- 165.32

JACOBSON-WESTERGARD

lakeview blvd.- 13,838.35

JANITOR’S CLOSET

Butyl cleaner/paper towels- 74.13

L & C TIRE SERVICE INC

tire repair- 68.73

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

5 inch add/70 in ad- 545.00

MUESKE ELECTRIC INC

luy100w mogul- 178.50

MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC.

water meters- 1,237.37

BLACK HILLS ENERGY

gas bill- 84.57

SHAMROCK RECYCLING, INC.

recycling contract- 2,980.70

DC NEWS

Legals- 899.58

TRI-STATE LITHO LTD

envelopes- 89.00

CENTURYLINK

phone- 579.89

NW IA PLANNING & DEVELOPM

SHIELD FY 2018 2nd draw-3,000.00

TOM’S SIDE STREET GARAGE

oil change/new filter- 49.95

TOWN & COUNTRY DISPOSAL

garbage contract- 14,949.12

TREASURER STATE OF IOWA

sales tax july, aug, sept.- 15,727.00

USA BLUE BOOK

gray glasses anti fog- 36.22

HEARTLAND SECURITY SERVIC

city hall monitoring- 28.95

AMY’S SIGN DESIGN

Metal street signs- 110.00

COYOTE MOTORS

parts/vehicle maint.- 2,016.73

NORTHWEST IOWA SPRINKLER

Dam rd ext. stone fountain- 302.81

C & C SCREEN PRINTING

vests/embroidery- 248.92

FICK’S ACE HARDWARE

mulch- 328.74

CAMPUS CLEANERS & LAUNDER

rug cleaning - city hall- 62.00

BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.

shop supplies-290.67

SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT

bobcat auger rental- 50.00

WINTHER STAVE & CO. LLP

Audit FY 6/30/17- -12,000.00

MILFORD BOY SCOUT TROOP 1

X-mas wreaths- 110.00

AP/OKO FIRE & RESCUE ASSC

3/4 Fire Dept budget- 61,800.00

BROWNELLS, INC.

rifle snake/swabs/pmag 10 pack- 149.15

ABC

Annual monitor contract- 240.00

OKOBOJI TREE SPECIALISTS

removal of ash tree/grind stum- 1,365.00

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC

gases- 449.24

THE BOONEDOCKS

fuel- 1,342.56

DC CONSERVATION BOARD

tvs/monitors/paint- 621.00

VERIZON WIRELESS

tough books/cell phone- 272.89

CARD SERVICES

battery backups/cascade- 621.42

STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY

water testing- 276.00

COUNSEL

office supplies- 282.04

BRIAN HINSHAW

janitorial services- 700.00

MAXYIELD COOPERATIVE

Diesel- 419.24

BOJI CUSTOM METAL WORKS

double bike rack- 625.00

AP LIBRARY FOUNDATION

Joan Williams Estate bequest- 5,000.00

IA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

terminal billing July-Sept ‘17- 300.00

BLUE LAKES AMMUNITION

250 round container- 307.50

TERA SHATTO

summit soft shell jacket- 249.00 CLAIMS TOTAL- $239,462.93

GENERAL FUND- $124,935.34

Equipment FUND

249.00

STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND

2,803.50

SEWER IMPROVEMNT FUND

676.85

W. BROADWAY SIDEWALK/STR. FUND

2,617.60

SIDEWALK IMP. - LAKEVIEW FUND

6,050.50

MONUMENT DRIVE FUND

233.15

CITY PARK IMPROVEMENTS FUND

625.00

BBR INFRASTRUCTURE FUND

1,031.55

WATER UTILITY FUND

34,852.80

SEWER UTILITY FUND

65,387.64

DELTA DENTAL

Dental

$1,118.72

IA DEPT OF REVENUE & FINA

STATE TAXES-2,629.00

OFFICE ELEMENTS

Supplies- 46.34

EFTPS

FED/FICA TAX- 15,020.74

LAKES PRINTING CO

Patron Cards- 40.81

CENTURYLINK

Phone- 125.04

POSTMASTER

Quarterly Postage- 381.70

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL

Group Insurance- 13,284.56

IA PUBLIC EMP. RETIREMENT

ProtectionIPERS- 9,175.48

DEMCO

Supplies- 118.67

A.B.C. SERVICES

2017 LID Imp. US Hwy 71- 59,712.25

MAINSTAY INVESTMENTS

TSA RETIREMENT- 100.00

AFLAC

AFLAC- 429.88

AMAZON.COM

Books/Movies- 590.97

STATE LIBRARY OF IOWA

Gale Subscription- 92.56

WERTS WINDOW CLEANING

Maintenance -40.00

PETTY CASH

Postage/programming- 46.93

VERIZON WIRELESS

Tough Books/Cell phones- 272.69

BAKER & TAYLOR

Books- 1,103.45

KRISTI POUTRE

Team Wave basket watering- 390.00

NEW YORK LIFE

Disability- 457.36

HULSTEIN EXCAVATING, INC.

2017 LID Imp. Monument Drive-

18,130.65

NEW YORK LIFE EMP LIFE

LIFE INS - EMP -334.18

BIBLIONIX

Annual Subscription- 2,200.00

PAT GRAVES

Team Wave lunch- 151.04

CLAIMS TOTAL-$125,993.02

GENERAL FUND

$37,203.38

ROAD USE FUND

5,904.59

HWY 71 PROJECT FUND

59,712.25

MONUMENT DRIVE FUND

18,130.65

WATER UTILITY FUND

3,467.72

SEWER UTILITY FUND

1,574.43

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THE HARRIS-LAKE PARK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION MET IN ROOM 9B OF THE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL ON OCTOBER 16TH, 2017 AT 7:30 P.M. FOR THE PURPOSE OF HOLDING THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING. PRESENT WERE THE FOLLOWING PERSONS: Directors Harmon, Heikens, Elser and Hibma; Superintendent Irwin, Principal Brueggeman, Principal Popken and Secretary Gunderson. Also in attendance were Teachers Tyler Vaudt and Bret Greve along with Billi Niemeier, Kendall Niemeier and Madeline Greve. Director Stahly was absent.

The Board began the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

The regular meeting was called to order by President Heikens at 7:30pm.

A motion was made by Director Harmon, seconded by Elser to approve the agenda as printed. Ayes: Elser, Harmon, Hibma and Heikens. Nays: None. Motion carried.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Elser, that the Board approve the bills from the General Fund in the amount of $285,170.38, bills from the Activity Fund in the amount of $4,762.21 from the Capital Projects Fund in the amount of $335.00 from the Management Fund in the amount of $122.64, From the PPEL Fund in the amount of $739.00 and from the Food Service Fund in the amount of $17,430.62 and also approve the minutes, Secretary’s Reports, Activity and Food Service Reports. Ayes: Elser, Harmon, Hibma and Heikens. Nays: None. Motion carried.

(The bills are listed at the end of this document and by this mention become a part hereof.)

The following Board policies were given to the Board for review: 805.1-Care and Maintenance of School District Records, 805.2-Personnel Records, 805.3-Student Permanent Records, 805.4-Bonds for Officers and Employees, 805.5-Capital Assets Management System, 805.6-Library Books and Assets, 805.7-Post-Issuance Compliance Regulation for Tax Exempt Obligations, 806.1-Insurance Program and 806.2-  Periodic Review of Insurance Program. Director Elser made a motion, seconded by Harmon to approve second reading of the above mentioned policies. Ayes: Elser, Heikens, Harmon and Hibma. Nays: None. Motion carried.

5th grade teacher, Tyler Vaudt, presented to the Board. Students Madeline Greve and Kendall Niemeier demonstrated ST Math to the Board using their IPad. This math program provides individual math lessons promoting independent learning. Students progress at their own pace with the math problems getting harder as they go. This is the 3rd year of receiving a STEM grant to fund the ST Math program.

Principal Brueggeman shared the Iowa Tier Fastbridge results. The results were very good and above benchmark. The staff did an excellent job regarding the assessment. Mrs. Brueggeman showed a blog from a 2nd grade student explaining a math problem. She has encouraged staff to share technology ideas.

Principal Popken reported Mrs. Delaney organized a healthy kids walk. This was a 40 minute walk for students and staff to encourage healthy lifestyles. Mr.Popken is working on the school web page as well as working on an email switch from smartermail to gmail.

Superintendent Irwin reported on the certified enrollment. We increased the certified enrollment 6.76 from the 2016 count. The certified enrollment total is 306.9. We are still down significantly from what we certified for enrollment in the 16-17 budget year. At that time our certified enrollment was 329.4. Projections show we are likely to stay in the 300-310 range for the next 5 years. When looking at students served (students in seats) at the count date we are down 7 students. This number is likely to level off for the next 3 years according to projections then a possible decline in 2022.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Hibma, to approve the following students for early graduation: Jocelyn Nozka and Nathan Davis. Ayes: Elser, Heikens, Harmon and Hibma. Nays: None. Motion carried.

The following Board policies were given to the Board for review: 900-Statement of guiding Principles for Buildings and Sites, 901.1-School Facilities Surveys, 901.2-Site Specifications, 901.3-Site Acquisition, 901.4-Selection of an Architect, 901.5-Educational Specifications for Buildings, 901.6-Preliminary Building, 901.8-Financing Sites and Construction and 104R-1-Ainti-Bullying/Harassment Investigation. Director Elser made a motion, seconded by Harmon to approve the first reading of the above mentioned policies. Ayes: Elser, Harmon, Hibma and Heikens. Nays: None. Motion carried.

President Heikens adjourned the meeting @ 8:25 pm.

The next regular meeting will be held Thursday, November 9th, 2017 @ 7:30 in room 9B of the MS/HS building.Mindy GundersonBoard Secretary

Shelley Heikens

President, Board of Education

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

GENERAL OPERATING FUND OCTOBER 2017

VENDOR

PURCHASE-AMOUNT

ALONGA HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEE-$50.00

BISHOP GARRIGAN

ENTRY FEE-$50.00

BUSINESS TODAY

SUPPLIES-$39.00

CAMPUS CLEANERS

SERVICE-$267.50

CENTURY LINK

SERVICE-$793.51

CFE

GAS/DIESEL/SUPPLIES-$2,988.95

COOPERATIVE ENERGY

DIESEL-$217.00

CLAIMAID

SERVICE-$1,385.18

DICKINSON COUNTY AUDITOR

ELECTION FEES-$932.59

ECHO

SUPPLIES-$156.72

ECOLAB

SERVICE-$232.84

FITNESS ON DEMAND

WELLNESS CENTER-$74.85

GATEWAY CENTER

LODGING-$126.56

HOGLUND BUS

BUS REPAIR-$48.96

HUFF, KELSEY

REBATE-$59.96

IASB

SERVICE-$175.00

IASBO

CONFERENCE-$178.00

IOWA DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

SERVICE-$200.00

IOWA LAKES COMMUNITY

COLLEGE

TUITION/TEXTBOOKS-$15,361.10

IOWA COMMUNICATIONS

NETWORK

INTERNET-$588.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL

SPEECH ASSN

ENTRY FEE-$155.00

ISEBA

LTD/DENTAL-$430.84

JANITORS CLOSET

SUPPLIES-$43.58

JMC

STUDENT GRADING SYSTEM-$752.00

JW PEPPER

SUPPLIES-$149.50

LAKE PARK AUTO PARTS

VEHICLE SERVICING-$95.15

LAKE PARK AUTO REPAIR

VEHICLE SERVICING-$594.35

LAKE PARK UTILITIES

UTILITIES-$9,449.04

LAKE PARK FOODS

SUPPLIES-$10.98

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

WANT ADS-$39.60

NETWORK DISTRIBUTION

SUPPLIES-$185.00

ONE OFFICE SOLUTION

OFFICE FURNITURE-$321.50

PIONEER ATHLETICS

SUPPLIES-$1,540.00

PRAIRIE LAKES AEA

TECHNOLOGY-$65.00

RAYS MIDBELL MUSIC

SUPPLIES-$89.75

SAI

MEMBERSHIP/MENTORING-$1,039.00

SANFORD

MEDICAL INSURANCE-$20,365.92

SCHOOL SPECIALTY

SUPPLIES-$64.80

SCHOLASTIC

SUPPLIES-$219.78

SPIRIT LAKE CSD

QUIZ BOWL ENTRY-$50.00

UNITED COMMUNITY BANK

POSTAGE-$300.00

VISA

SUPPLIES-$81.15

TOTAL-$59,967.66

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

AFLAC

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-$509.91

AMERIPRISE

TSA-$700.00

EQUITABLE

TSA-$140.00

TASC

CAFETERIA-$1,975.85

THRIVENT

TSA-$700.00

IPERS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-$27,598.00

UCB-EFTPS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

$45,349.64

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-$8,128.00

WITHHOLDING TOTAL-$85,101.40

OCTOBER 2017 PAYROLL-$140,151.32

TOTAL -$285,220.38

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND

ADVANCED SYSTEMS

COPIER LEASE-$335.00

TOTAL-$335.00

MANAGEMENT FUND

IOWA WORKFORCE

DEVELOPMENT

UNEMPLOYMENT-$122.64

PPEL FUND

ONE OFFICE SOLUTION

OFFICE FURNITURE-$739.00

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

FOOD SERVICE FUND OCTOBER 2017

CASEY’S BAKERY

SUPPLIES-$592.45

DEAN FOODS

SUPPLIES-$1,048.25

H-LP GENERAL FUND

FOOD SERVICE WAGES-$7,186.97

LAKE PARK FOODS

SUPPLIES-$23.38

MARTIN BROS

SUPPLIES-$8,579.57

TOTAL-$17,430.62

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

ACTIVITY FUND OCTOBER 2017

ANDERSON’S

SUPPLIES-$155.35

CENTER SPORTS

SUPPLIES-$97.76

CFE

SUPPLIES-$11.88

CUSTOM CREATIONS

SUPPLIES-$893.00

ELC CSD

9/30 VB TOURNEY-$80.00

GEWECKE, RACHEL

VOCAL JAZZ-$30.00

GRAPHIC EDGE

SUPPLIES-$156.19

GREVE, KATHY

OPUS MUSIC-$3.90

HOLLES, STEVE

10/7 VB TOURNEY-$160.00

HOUGH, MIKE

10/9 JV FB VS GTRA-$70.00

IBCA

DUES-$110.00

ICCA

REGISTRATION-$125.00

ICDA

REGISTRATION-$35.00

JW PEPPER

SUPPLIES-$119.09

LAKE PARK FOODS

SUPPLIES-$17.66

MARTIN BROS

SUPPLIES-$325.70

MCCONNEL, JIM

10/9 JV FB VS GTRA-$70.00

MOBERG, JEFF

10/7 VB TOURNEY-$160.00

NWIBA

HONOR BAND-$20.00

NWICDA

ENTRY FEE-$60.00

PEPSI

SUPPLIES-$985.12

RIEHM, TOM

10/5 JH VOLLEYBALL-$55.00

RSCHOOL TODAY

ATHLETICS SCHEDULING-$250.00

ROBERTS, ALEX

SUPPLIES-$297.18

SOENEN, MIKE

10/9 JV FB VS GTRA-$70.00

STAGE PARTNERS

FALL PLAY-$325.00

VISA

REGISTRATION-$50.00

WALMART

SUPPLIES-$29.38

TOTAL: $4,762.21

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE ARNOLDS PARK CITY COUNCIL FOR

CONSIDERATION OF A ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 165.23.1. of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance, the Arnolds Park City Council will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Arnolds Park City Hall, 156 N. Highway 71, Arnolds Park, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing will be to discuss a proposed amendment of Section 165.14.3. of the city’s zoning ordinance to add the Commercial Use classification of Communication Services as a Special Exception Use in the (MH) Mobile and Manufactured Housing District. If you have questions concerning this proposed zoning amendment, or if you require special accommodations to attend the public hearing, you may contact the Arnolds Park City Hall at 332-2341, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed zoning ordinance amendment are available for public review in the office of the City Clerk at City Hall. All interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Linda NaseCity Clerk

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PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM

WATER DISCHARGE

Joleen Brown plans to submit a Notice of Intent to the

Iowa Department of Natural Resources to be covered under the NPDES General Permit No. 2 “Storm Water Discharge Associated with Industrial Activity for Construction Activities”.

The storm water discharge will be from Excavation, Site Grading, Paving, and Underground Utility Installation.

Located in the Northwest 1/4 of Section 6, Township 99 North, Range 36 West of the 5th P.M., City of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa

Storm water will flow to the adjacent wetland, to storm sewer pipe, through streams to Center Lake.

Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319-0034. The public may review the Notice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the above address after it has been received by the department.

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Lake Park Municipal Utilities

Regular Meeting

October 18, 2017

These are the minutes for the regular meeting, pending approval, for the Lake Park Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees, who met October 18, 2017 – 5:30PM – 217 Market Street, Lake Park. Board Members present; Jacobsen, Lemker, Goodell, Johnson, Wittrock.

Others present; City Administrator Marie Matthiesen, Linda Treharne, Jeremy Rasche, Lane Sether, Todd Doeden.

The regular meeting was called to order by Jacobsen at 5:30PM.

Motion by Johnson/Lemker to approve consent agenda which includes minutes for regular meeting on 09/20/2017; review and approval of bills; review cash asset accounts; review budget category report; approve regular agenda - all ayes; motion carried.

Goodell reviewed the bills of necessity.

Electric report given by Sether * Water report given by Rasche *

Gas report given by Doeden * City Administrator report provided by Matthiesen

Old Business: The Board all agreed to finance the water system improvement project by securing a 20 year loan with a Certificate of Deposit (CD). Savings Bank and United Community Bank will be requested to bid on the CD.

New Business: The Board tabled increasing water rates until next month meeting and will review more options for the increase.

Sether informed the Board the need for upgrading the software for the diesel generation plant and the proposal he received from G&R Controls in the amount of $22,216. Motion by Lemker/Goodell to approve the PXCM upgrade and software upgrade proposal from G&R Controls but not to exceed $22,216 – all ayes; motion carried.

Motion by Wittrock/Lemker to adjourn at 6:08PM – all ayes.

Brent Jacobsen, Chairman Linda Treharne, Secretary/Treasurer

Bills of necessity for 10/18/2017.

Payee-Description

American Legion

HVAC rebate-$1,000.00

Auditor of State

filing fees- $175.00

Alliant

TBS station- $21.38

Bomgaars

supplies- $2.13

Abby Cook

HVAC rebate- $400.00

Card Service

supplies/aid for Hurricane Irma- $1,867.05

Century Link

telephone- $440.56

City of Lake Park

Administrator expense- $4,845.80

City of Lake Park

Sewer/Trash- $29,359.51

City of Lake Park

In Lieu of Taxes- $6,400.51

City of Lake Park

internet/office/mowing- $515.16

Cooperative Elevator

gas/supplies- $362.34

EFTPS-941

payroll taxes- $5,124.70

IPERS

retirement- $4,791.29

IA. Utility Board

assessments- $2,087.00

LPMU

Electric Sink. Fund- $16,500.00

LPMU

H S A- $275.00

Osceola Water

purchase water- $5,417.94

Sheryl Sleeper

refund credit balance- $79.54

Shane Travaille

refund deposit- $139.91

Treasurer State of IA

State withholding- $1,602.00

Treasurer State of IA

Sales Tax- $3,772.00

US Cellular

cell phones- $160.31

James Van Ort

refund deposit- $284.97

Wellmark Blue Cross

health insurance- $4,058.95

MRES

WAPA/S-1/Dues- $56,054.84

Clayton Energy

Reservation/Commodity- $24,232.33

Total- $169,970.22

Bills approved by the Board of Trustees Lake Park Municipal Utilities for 10/18/2017.

Payee-Description

APGA

dues- $472.08

Cohrs Construction

sand- $149.56

Culligan-

water- $6.76

DGR Engineering

engineering fees- $1,281.00

Dickinson County News

publish legals- $77.98

Mike Ehret

website- $19.75

Farm Plan

UPS- $12.48

Ferguson Waterworks

meters- $343.80

Heiman Fire Equip.

maintenance- $126.00

IA One Call

locates- $33.30

IA DNR

permit- $134.00

IGL

internet- $130.00

KUOO

public awareness- $100.00

L&O Power

transmission/service agreement- $4,063.35

Lake Park Auto Parts

supplies- $185.11

Lake Park Foods

supplies- $8.79

Mangold

testing- $447.00

Matheson

cylinders- $33.60

One Office Solution

supplies/maint contract- $217.54

Plumb Supply

supplies- $603.46

R&D Industries

server- $95.50

Mary Schmidt

labor- $45.00

Stan’s Corner

gas- $202.43

T&R Service

disposal- $3,445.00

Utility Equipment

supplies- $4,423.58

Wesco

supplies- $525.37

Williams & Co.

audit- $7,700.00

Total- $24,882.44

SEPTEMBER 2017 RECAP OF REVENUES & EXPENDITURES BY FUND

Electric- $127,659.31 $119,714.47

Water- $23,494.82 $26,725.91

Gas- $24,652.54 $48,801.93

Total- $175,806.67 $195,242.31

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Lakes Regional Healthcare

Disbursement Report

Quarter Ending September - 2017

Vendor-Amount

Accounts Payable

AVERA MCKENNAN-941,436

NORTHWEST IOWA SURGEONS

50,000

ALLIANT ENERGY- 29,162

AMERICAN EXPRESS- 19,180

SEIM JOHNSON LLP- 18,000

MUESKE ELECTRIC INC- 13,295

ENCORE ENERGY SERVICES INC

11,464

CITY OF SPIRIT LAKE- 6,292

CONCUR TECHNOLOGIES INC- 2,270

BLACK HILLS ENERGY- 1,482

MILFORD MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

804

MEDIACOM LLC- 767

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 240

BAIRD HOLM LLP- 207

ACCENT- 130

IOWA LAKES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE- 40

Accounts Payable Total-1,094,768

Accrued Payroll, PTO & Taxes

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

804,385

IPERS- 473,454

WELLMARK INC- 441,363

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

129,455

WAGEWORKS INC-31,841

DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA-30,884

MASSMUTUAL RETIREMENT SERVICES LLC- 18,258

IOWA LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE- 16,000

VISION SERVICE PLAN- 6,765

RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INS- 5,008

COLLECTION SERVICES CENTER-2,758

DICKINSON CTY SHERIFFS OFFICE- 1,664

US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

741

MINNESOTA CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CTR- 602

AFSCME/ IOWA COUNCIL 61- 257

MCCORMICK & ASSOCIATES PC

210

IOWA DISTRICT COURT-50

Accrued Payroll, PTO & Taxes Total

1,963,695

Buildings

PLAINS BOILER SERVICE- 4,131

Buildings Total- 4,131

Cafeteria and Dietary

PETTY CASH- 2

Cafeteria and Dietary Total- 2

Construction in Progress

JOHNSON CONTROLS INC-204,926

EVAPCO, INC.- 65,250

RDG PLANNING & DESIGN- 52,615

GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC -36,171

MIDWESTERN MECHANICAL INC

26,350

SYS-KOOL, LLC- 18,460

BADDING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY- 7,900

CERTIFIED TESTING SERVICES

640

CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES LLC- 600

IMPACT7G- 528

Construction in Progress Total-413,440

CP of Assets Limited to Use

BANKERS TRUST CO-244,256

LRH BOND SINKING ACCT- 68,753

CP of Assets Limited to Use Total- 313,009

Employee Benefits

CAMP FOSTER YMCA OF THE OKOBOJIS- 10,515

HEALTH SOLUTIONS LLC- 7,001

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT- 2,927

IOWA GREAT LAKES AREA CHAMBER OF--2,225

RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INS- 1,979

AVERA MED GROUP CLINICS-1,464

INSURANCE STRATEGIES CONSULTING LLC- 975

NORTH CENTRAL HEART INSTITUTE- 651

BOUNDLESS NETWORK INC -496

AVERA MCKENNAN- 462

FFF ENTERPRISES INC- 406

CARDINAL HEALTH 110 LLC- 195

MIDWEST RADIOLOGY & IMAGING- 111

IOWA INSURANCE DIVISION- 100

SPENCER MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL

50

Employee Benefits Total- 29,557

Equipment

STERIS CORPORATION- 83,912

BECTON DICKINSON AND COMPANY- 17,000

ZONE HOME ENTERTAINMENT

8,502

Equipment Total- 109,415

Fixed Equipment-

PLAINS BOILER SERVICE- 673

Fixed Equipment Total- 673

Inventory

STRYKER ORTHOPAEDICS-290,715

OWENS & MINOR- 96,779

MEDLINE INDUSTRIES INC- 67,544

SMITH & NEPHEW INC- 55,701

ARTHREX INC- 35,552

JOHNSON & JOHNSON HEALTH CARE- 13,197

ZIMMER US INC- 10,781

BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORP- 9,014

STRYKER INSTRUMENTS- 7,926

HOLOGIC INC- 7,894

TENEX HEALTH INC- 7,605

SYNTHES- 6,789

CR BARD INC- 6,537

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORP- 5,813

SURGICAL SPECIALTIES CORP

3,474

SPENCER OFFICE SUPPLIES- 3,168

SMITH & NEPHEW ENDOSCOPY- 2,866

STERIS CORPORATION- 2,449

RR DONNELLEY- 2,141

TRI STATE LITHO LTD- 1,505

BIOMET INC- 1,471

MASIMO AMERICAS INC- 1,351

MEDELA- 1,274

INTERSTATE OFFICE PRODUCTS- 1,163

BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC- 1,144

MUSCULOSKELETAL TRANSPL FOUND- 1,109

APPLIED MEDICAL- 1,065

MEDIVATORS- 1,045

KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPY-AM- 952

ALIMED INC- 930

OLYMPUS AMERICA INC- 645

ARROW INTERNATIONAL INC- 630

OSSUR AMERICAS INC- 614

STRYKER ENDOSCOPY- 611

INION INC- 610

KCI USA- 593

COOK MEDICAL INC-549

COVIDIEN-538

DIVERSATEK HEALTHCARE INC- 525

CARDINAL HEALTH-514

NETWORK SERVICES COMPANY- 426

COOPER SURGICAL- 415

SHARN ANESTHESIA INC- 395

STRYKER SPINE- 383

HY-VEE INC- 304

PHYSIO CONTROL INC- 286

PHYSIO-CONTROL INC- -286

TELEFLEX MEDICAL- 248

FH MEDICAL SERVICES- 190

JURGAN DEVELOPMENT- 180

PHILIPS HEALTHCARE- 176

PERFORMANCE MEDICAL INC-175

HILL-ROM- 131

SUNMEDICA INC- 93

KEY SURGICAL INC- 76

EDWARDS LIFESCIENCES LLC- 74

BRIGGS HEALTHCARE/HEALTHSMART- 72

ABBOTT DIAGNOSTICS- 44

Inventory Total-658,731

Medical Fees

EMERGENCY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES INC-383,133

VIRTUAL RADIOLOGIC PROFESSIONAL- 26,042

JOHN A LEUPOLD- 13,750

CHRISTOPHER RIERSON- 10,500

JASON C HOUGH- 8,750

PHILIP A DEFFER- 7,750

AVERA MCKENNAN- 6,400

ANDREW G PICK-5,000

DAVID CHRIST- 2,250

NWIA BONE JOINT & SPORTS SURG- 1,800

PHYSICIANS LABORATORY LTD

1,200

LANDAUER- 690

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 584

SPORTS REHAB- 406

RICK WILKERSON- 250

Medical Fees Total-468,505

Other Expenses

SPENCER MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL-23,900

AVERA ECARE- 12,923

CONCUR TECHNOLOGIES INC- 9,271

AVERA MCKENNAN- 9,031

DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP- 8,700

MCHS EMS PROGRAM- 7,625

NEOFUNDS BY NEOPOST- 6,436

AMER ASSOC OF BIOANALYSTS

4,277

FAIRWAY OUTDOOR FUNDING LLC- 4,170

ARTHREX INC- 3,833

OWENS & MINOR- 3,744

BERENS-TATE CONSULTING GROUP- 3,500

CAMP FOSTER YMCA OF THE OKOBOJIS- 3,065

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER- 3,016

OPTUMINSIGHT- 2,903

PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS- 2,738

KUOO-2,545

SAGA COMMUNICATIONS- 2,434

OKOBOJI PIONEER BOOSTER CLUB- 2,352

CHRISTINA ERICKSON- 2,230

KCI USA- 2,171

IOWA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION- 2,107

ELAVON INC- 2,104

M&G DISTRIBUTORS- 2,037

HOME OWNER’S RESOURCE GUIDE- 1,808

SYMPLR- 1,800

DICKINSON COUNTY NEWS- 1,684

AMERICAN PROFICIENCY INSTITUTE- 1,652

KUQQ FM- 1,652

BAIRD HOLM LLP- 1,525

BINDER LIFT LLC- 1,518

HILL-ROM- 1,516

WEB GRAPHICS INC- 1,513

INDIAN ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB- 1,495

SMITH & NEPHEW INC- 1,475

COLA INC- 1,455

MIDWEST RESPIRATORY CARE INC- 1,407

GF LAND PARTNERSHIP- 1,275

STRYKER INSTRUMENTS- 1,199

PHILIPS HEALTHCARE- 1,194

HEALTHSTREAM INC- 1,118

MAILFINANCE- 996

KUYY-FM- 942

HARRIS LAKE PARK BOOSTER CLUB- 900

BANKCARD SERVICES- 773

SPENCER OFFICE SUPPLIES-752

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY-750

DAVIS BROWN LAW FIRM- 658

CUSTOM CREATIONS- 613

SANFORD HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT -600

HAUGE ASSOCIATES INC- 560

CTRL MARKETING- 536

CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO- 527

IOWA GREAT LAKES AREA CHAMBER OF-520

THE JOY OF LIFE FOUNDATION- 500

IOWA LAKES CORRIDOR- 500

THE STATE BANK- 480

HARRIS LAKE PARK SCHOOL- 466

DEX MEDIA EAST INC- 443

POSITIVE PROMOTIONS INC- 405

HEY GOOD COOKIES- 324

WALMART COMMUNITY- 318

LINCARE INC- 302

UNIVERSAL HOSPITAL SERVICES

290

DIRECTSOURCE MEDIA INC- 275

STRYKER CORP MEDICAL- 249

IOWA LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE- 210

STERIS CORPORATION- 195

IOWA ALLIANCE IN HOME CARE

195

HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE ASSOC- 195

MEDLINE INDUSTRIES INC- 192

KIWANIS INTNL CLUB K03045 -170

CSAI- 165

FLOYD VALLEY HOSPITAL- 150

CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE INC- 150

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORP- 142

PIZZA RANCH- 139

SMITH & NEPHEW ENDOSCOPY

137

ALIMED INC- 136

MEDIVATORS- 132

CR BARD INC- 130

KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPY-AM- 101

BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORP- 100

RR DONNELLEY- 100

SURGICAL SPECIALTIES CORP- 91

SANFORD USD MEDICAL CENTER

85

INION INC- 80

TENEX HEALTH INC- 76

IOWA GREAT LAKES ROTARY- 75

BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC- 74

ZIMMER US INC- 71

CYRACOM LLC- 59

INTOXIMETERS INC- 51

SPIRIT LAKE FOOTBALL- 50

CHANNING BETE CO INC- 49

PETTY CASH- 49

IOWA INFORMATION INC- 46

BRIGGS HEALTHCARE/HEALTHSMART- 45

SHARN ANESTHESIA INC- 45

HOLOGIC INC- 44

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED- 40

MUSCULOSKELETAL TRANSPL FOUND- 40

SYNTHES- 35

MEDELA- 34

CARDINAL HEALTH- 31

STRYKER ENDOSCOPY- 29

ARROW INTERNATIONAL INC- 27

COOPER SURGICAL- 25

CENTURYLINK- 24

JURGAN DEVELOPMENT- 24

DIVERSATEK HEALTHCARE INC-21

SUNMEDICA INC- 20

KEY SURGICAL INC -17

OLYMPUS AMERICA INC- 17

PERFORMANCE MEDICAL INC- 17

COVIDIEN- 16

APPLIED MEDICAL- 15

COOK MEDICAL INC- 12

TIFFINI DUNN- 8

BIOMET INC- 6

Other Expenses Total-170,260

Other Receivables

US BANK EQUIPMENT FINANCE

22,027

LAKES REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION- 570

LRH LIFESAVERS RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM- 180

OKOBOJI COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

105

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