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C I T Y O F C A M D E N T O N
CITY OF CAMDENTON
437 West U.S. Highway 54
Camdenton, MO 65020
573/346-3600 FAX 573/346-2926
Website: www.camdentoncity.com
NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING
DATE/TIME POSTED ON THE CITY HALL BULLETIN BOARD: 12/31/14 3:00 PM
Notice is hereby given that the Camdenton Board of Aldermen will meet in Regular
Session as follows:
TENTATIVE AGENDA
REGULAR SESSION
JANUARY 6, 2015 - 7:00 PM
CITY HALL – 437 WEST U.S. HIGHWAY 54
***Note: Please be courteous - Make sure that your cell phone is turned off or on a silent tone only***
1. CALL TO ORDER
A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
2. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE DECEMBER 16, 2014 REGULAR SESSION
3. PUBLIC HEARINGS - None
4. CITIZENS PARTICIPATION
(Under Citizens Participation -Citizens present and not otherwise listed on the Agenda are
permitted an opportunity to address the Board of Aldermen)
A. Steve Thompson – Bridal Cave
5. CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT
6. RESOLUTIONS - None
7. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF BILLS
A. An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Camdenton by Amending Present Title
I: Government Code; Chapter 140: Airport Board; Section 140.010: Created; Section
140.070: Duties and Title II: Public Health, Safety & Welfare; Chapter 260: Commercial
Aeronautical Services and Activities; Section 260.010: Definitions and Section 260.020:
Airport Minimum Standards
8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Animal Control Ordinance Discussion
9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Mayor’s Citizen Appointments – Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee
B. Review and Approval of the Unaudited City Financial Report for July 1, 2014-December
31, 2014
C. Request to Fill Vacant Firefighter I Position
10. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS – None
TO INCLUDE ALL OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY COME BEFORE THE BOARD FOR CONSIDERATION
Accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities-contact the City Clerk 24 hours prior to meeting
City of Camdenton
Tentative Agenda
January 6, 2015
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11. INVOICES/PAY REQUESTS PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT
A. Approval of the Monthly Bills and Project Invoices Submitted for Payment and Approval
of the Prepaid Vouchers
12. ADJOURNMENT
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C IT Y OF CAMD E NT O N
REGULAR SESSION MINUTES
DECEMBER 16, 2014 - 7:00 PM
CITY HALL - 437 WEST U.S. HIGHWAY 54
The Board of Aldermen of the City of Camdenton, met in Regular Session this 16 day of
December 2014, City Hall, 437 West U.S. Highway 54, Camdenton, Missouri, with Mayor John
D. McNabb presiding. A copy of the Tentative Agenda, Minutes of the December 2, 2014
meeting, Resolutions and Ordinances were posted on the City Hall bulletin board on Friday,
December 12, 2014, and forwarded to members of the media requesting same.
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor McNabb called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM. The following members of the Board of
Aldermen were present: Dan Hagedorn, Sandy Gentry, Gary Shepherd, and Sandy Osborn.
Absent: Gerry Rector and Steve Eden. Appointed officials and managers present included: City
Administrator Jeff Hancock, City Attorney Phil Morgan, City Clerk Renee Kingston, Police Chief
Laura Wright, Public Works Director Bill Jeffries, Acting Fire Chief Todd Davis, Park Director
Larry Bennett, Building Director Dennis Croxton, and Corey Leuwerke, Lake Aviation. Guests
registering their attendance are listed on the sign in sheet attached to and made a part of the
Minutes. Prayer was led by Mayor McNabb, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
2. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF DECEMBER 2, 2014 REGULAR SESSION
Alderman Gentry moved, seconded by Alderman Shepherd to approve the minutes of the
December 2, 2014 Regular Session. Call for vote: All those present voted in favor of the
motion. Absent: Rector and Eden
3. PUBLIC HEARINGS - None
4. CITIZENS PARTICIPATION
Citizens present and not otherwise listed on the Agenda are permitted an opportunity to address
the Board of Aldermen.
A. State Representatives Warren Love – Discover More on Route 54
Mr. Warren Love addressed the Board regarding his vision for the “Discover More on Route 54”
and asked the Board to consider supporting this initiative across the State and especially
through the City of Camdenton.
Mayor McNabb thanked Mr. Love for his time and presentation and that the Board would take
this imitative under consideration.
By consensus of the Board of Aldermen, Agenda Item 10-B was brought forward for discussion
at this point.
5. CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT
Mr. Hancock reported nothing additional to his submitted report.
6. REPORTS FROM DEPARTMENTS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES
A. Public Works Department - Director Bill Jeffries
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
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B. Administration Department - City Clerk Renée Kingston
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
C. Airport - Lake Aviation Center - Corey Leuwerke
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
D. Building Department - Dennis Croxton
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
E. Fire Department - Acting Chief Todd Davis
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
F. Parks & Recreation - Director Larry Bennett
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
G. Police Department - Chief Laura Wright
1. Monthly Statistical Report - Report was orally given from the submitted written report.
7. RESOLUTIONS
A. Resolution No. 14-28 – Airport Hangar Fee Policy
Alderman Shepherd moved, seconded by Alderman Gentry to approve the Airport Hangar Fee
Policy as presented by the Airport Board Committee. Call for vote: All those present voted in
favor of the motion. Absent: Rector and Eden
8. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF BILLS
A. Bill No. 2559-14 - An Ordinance Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk on Behalf of the
City of Camdenton, LLC for the Key Fob Door Access System for the City Hall/Police
Facility
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Shepherd to introduce Bill 2559-14 for the
first reading as presented, by title only. Bill read by title. Discussion - none. Roll call vote: Aye:
Osborn, Shepherd, Gentry and Hagedorn; Nay: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Rector and Eden
Alderman Gentry moved, seconded by Alderman Hagedorn that Bill 2559-14 receive the second
and final reading as presented, by title only and be duly passed and approved. Bill read by title.
Roll call vote: Aye: Shepherd, Gentry, Hagedorn and Osborn; Nay: None; Abstain: None;
Absent: Rector and Eden. Ordinance No. 2521-14 assigned.
B. Bill No. 2560-14 - An Ordinance Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk on Behalf of the
City of Camdenton to Accept the Bid and Enter into a Contract Agreement with RDG
Planning & Design for the Camdenton Comprehensive Plan Update
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Gentry to introduce Bill 2560-14 for the first
reading as presented, by title only. Bill read by title. Discussion - none. Roll call vote: Aye:
Gentry, Hagedorn, Osborn, and Shepherd; Nay: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Rector and Eden
Alderman Shepherd moved, seconded by Alderman Hagedorn that Bill 2560-14 receive the
second and final reading as presented, by title only and be duly passed and approved. Bill read
by title. Roll call vote: Aye: Hagedorn, Shepherd, Osborn, and Gentry; Nay: None; Abstain:
None; Absent: Rector and Eden. Ordinance No. 2522-14 assigned.
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C. Bill No. 2561-14 - An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Camdenton, Title I:
Government Code; Chapter 155: Elections and Voting Districts; Section 155.070:
Filing of Candidates
Alderman Gentry moved, seconded by Alderman Shepherd to introduce Bill 2561-14 for the first
reading as presented, by title only. Bill read by title. Discussion - none. Roll call vote: Aye:
Osborn, Gentry, Shepherd, and Hagedorn; Nay: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Rector and Eden
Alderman Shepherd moved, seconded by Alderman Hagedorn that Bill 2561-14 receive the
second and final reading as presented, by title only and be duly passed and approved. Bill read
by title. Roll call vote: Aye: Gentry, Shepherd, Osborn, and Hagedorn; Nay: None; Abstain:
None; Absent: Rector and Eden. Ordinance No. 2523-14 assigned.
9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Approval to Sign Letter of Engagement for Independent Auditing Services – Dana F.
Cole & Company LLP
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Gentry to authorize the signing of the Letter
of Engagement for Independent Auditing Services with Dana F. Cole & Company LLP for three
(3) additional years. Call for vote: All those present voted in favor of the motion. Absent: Rector
and Eden
B. Appointment of Replacement Committee Members
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Shepherd to approve the Mayor’s
appointment of Nancy Masterson to fulfill the unexpired term of Doug Horman on the
Camdenton Community Park Board (2017); Todd Wyma to fulfill the unexpired term of Gary
Mitchell on the Zoning Board of Adjustment (2018) and John Fisher to fulfill the unexpired term
of Carolyn Krupp on the Zoning Board of Adjustment (2017). Call for vote: All those present
voted in favor of the motion. Absent: Rector and Eden
C. Approval to Solicit Bids for the Tennis Court Project
Mr. Bennett, Parks Director/Assistant to City Administrator stated that a portion of the money for
this project will come from the insurance money received when the court pad was damaged last
winter.
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Gentry to authorize staff to solicit bids for
the Tennis Courts Project. Call for vote: All those present voted in favor of the motion. Absent:
Rector and Eden
10. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS
A. Water/Sewer Rate Discussion
Administrator Hancock recapped his written report regarding the review of the water/sewer
rates. Mr. Hancock also stated that it would be in the City’s best interest to consider an annual
review of the rates and small incremental increases each year versus a two year review.
Alderman moved, seconded by Alderman to proceed with Notice of Public Hearing for the Water
and Sewer rate increase scheduled for January 20, 2015. Call for vote: All those present voted
in favor of the motion. Absent: Rector and Eden
B. Airport Name Change Discussion
Mr. Leuwerke reported that the Airport Board Committee had been contacted as directed by the
Board of Aldermen. After discussion among the Airport Board Members they have proposed
“Camdenton-Lake Regional Memorial Airport”. Mr. Leuwerke also presented the idea that a
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committee should be formed to begin the discussion of a permanent memorial marker at the
airport. Discussion followed.
Public Comments were received from Mr. Kerry Shannon and Mr. Max Fisher as well as some
of the Airport Board members.
Alderman Osborn moved to have staff draft a new ordinance for the renaming of the airport to
Camdenton-Lake Regional Memorial Airport. Motion died for lack of a second on this motion.
Alderman Gentry moved, seconded by Alderman Hagedorn to have staff draft an ordinance for
the renaming of the airport to Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport. Roll call vote: Aye:
Gentry, Shepherd, and Hagedorn; Nay: Osborn; Abstain: None; Absent: Rector and Eden.
C. Animal Control Ordinance Discussion
City Attorney Morgan stated that he had presented a rough draft of a possible ordinance to
address the current animal ordinances to staff. Staff met with him to discuss the proposed
ordinance and other issues that needed to be addressed. The draft presented in the packet is
still under consideration and other issues may be addressed in the final proposal if the Board
wishes to proceed.
By consensus of the Board this matter was tabled until the January 6, 2015 meeting to allow for
further review by the Board of Aldermen.
11. VOTE ON QUESTION OF GOING INTO CLOSED SESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF
DISCUSSING LEASING, PURCHASE, OR SALE OF REAL ESTATE PURSUANT TO
RSMO 610.021(2)
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Gentry that the meeting goes into closed
session for the purpose of discussing leasing, purchase, or sale of real estate pursuant to RSMo
610.021(2). Roll call vote: Aye: Hagedorn, Gentry, Osborn and Shepherd; Nay: None; Abstain:
None Absent: Rector and Eden. Meeting went into Closed Session at 8:35 PM.
RESUME OPEN MEETING
Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman Shepherd that the meeting resumes in
open session. Roll call vote: Aye: Osborn, Shepherd, Gentry and Hagedorn; Nay: None;
Abstain: None; Absent: Rector and Eden. Meeting reopened at 8:40 PM.
12. ADJOURNMENT
Being no further business to consider, Alderman Hagedorn moved, seconded by Alderman
Gentry that the meeting be adjourned. Call for vote: Motion carried unanimously. Meeting
adjourned at 8:40 PM.
Minutes by Renée Kingston ____________________________
_____________________________
John D. McNabb, Mayor
ATTEST: _____________________________
Renée Kingston, City Clerk, MRCC
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Thunder Mountain Park
MoDot proposed rule change threatens the future of Bridal Cave and Thunder
Mountain Park
MoDot has proposed to eliminate all major traffic generator signs in the state (see picture
above). Removing these signs has the potential to impact attendance to the point Bridal Cave
would no longer be a viable attraction at Lake of the Ozarks.
The Highway Beautification Act of 1968 placed limits on signs along the nation's highways.
These traffic generator signs were permitted by the federal government's Highway
Beautification Act to replace the loss of directional signs for natural wonders and historic sites.
When the expressway was proposed to go around Camdenton, Bridal Cave spent four years
completing the MoDot application process paying all required fees associated with the
installation and maintenance of these traffic generator signs... Several points support our
concern with this proposed rule change:
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Being a natural attraction puts Bridal Cave at a distinct disadvantage as this business is
unable to relocate closer to the traffic as with almost any other business.
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Giving directions to the turn off is the number one question asked by visitors
THUNDER MOUNTAIN PARK
526 BRIDAL CAVE ROAD, CAMDENTON, MO 65020
573.346.2676 • Fax: 573.346.3024 • www.bridalcave.com • Email: [email protected]
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The traveling public is conditioned to look for these signs for natural wonders as there
are thousands of these signs in Missouri and surrounding states.
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On the new Camdenton expressway there are no locations where a turn off sign could
be located as the highway was designed with a 25 foot barrier of trees eliminating any
possibility of new signs
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When the new Camdenton expressway was opened, MoDot was 90 days late installing
these traffic generator signs. During that time, attendance was down by 50%.
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Over 50 caves have been opened to the public as tourist attractions in Missouri's
history. Today only 16 are still operating. The majority of these closed caves failed due
to highway relocation and inadequate signage.
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Modot has stated that the blue logo signs are available. These blue logo signs are for
national companies with a well recognized logo. Regional or local logos are not as easily
identifiable. You have to look no further than the west end of Osage Beach Parkway to
see the devastating effects. Local businesses are failing or moving while the national
chains continue to survive. Furthermore the size of the logo signs compared to the
traffic generator signs is a reduction of over 75% in size and the cost is more than
double.
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Modot has repeatedly complained of lack of funding. Yet they are proposing to cancel
this sign program losing this current and future funding source.
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State Parks, State owned caves and even prisons will be allowed to keep their signs
creating a distinct disadvantage to privately owned natural attractions.
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Public input is being requested . You may send your comments to: Pam Harlan, Secretary
to the Commission, P.O. Box 270, Jefferson City, MO 65102, from December 15, 2014
through January 15, 2015
BRIDAL CAVEn'HUINDER MOUNTAIN PARK SUPPORTS THE LOCAL
COMMUNITY
Bridal Cave opened for public tours on October 16, 1948 and is the longest continually
operating year round family attraction at Lake of the Ozarks. The cave attraction is still
owned and operated by the original family members and continues to be strong
supporters of the community providing:
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A marketing budget of $250,000.00 annually to bring guests to Lake of the Ozarks and
Camdenton
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An annual payroll of over $250,000.00 helping to support 28 families
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Has provided over $66,000.00 in scholarship funds to the local high school
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Donates over $50,000.00 annually in the form of gift certificates for tickets to statewide
charities as fund raisers
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Educates over 6,000 school children each spring on the importance of caves and
groundwater
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Performs over 175 wedding ceremonies to couples from around the world who in turn,
book motel rooms, reserve reception halls and eat in area restaurants
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Provides hospitality and job training to many as their first job making them valuable to
employers in the future
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Member of all area Chambers of Commerce and CVB's since their inception
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Is rated as one of the top three showcaves in America
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Ranked in the top 20 showcaves in the world
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One of only a few year round attractions at Lake of the Ozarks operating 362 days per
year
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Rated as one of the Top 10 most unique wedding venues in America
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Provides complimentary tickets to all area employees of tourist related businesses
City Administrator Report
The Honorable Mayor
and Members of the Board of Aldermen
City of Camdenton, Missouri
January 2, 2015
Letter No. 15-001
SUBJECT: City Administrator Report
Dear Mayor and Board Members:
The following City Administrator
eport, while respectfully submitted to the
Camdenton Mayor and Board of Al ermen, is provided and available to the general
public, media, friends, and fellow co-workers to inform them of community activities.
I am a believer in the "Leadership Challenge" program. It notes that everyone in our
organization is a leader and that everyone can improve leadership skills. It also notes
that research indicates that there are five trainable traits of a great leader. They are:
Inspire a Shared Vision
Challenge the Process
Enable Others to Act
Encourage the Heart
Model the Way
"You've got to think about big things while
you're doing small things, so that all the small
things go in the right direction."
- Alvin Toffler
This quotation centers on the leader's trait of "Inspire a Shared Vision".
January 6, 2014 BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
With the exception of any items in this CA report on the January 6 Meeting Agenda, unless
there are questions, I do not plan on additional comments on this report.
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Status of Comprehensive Plan Update
At the last meeting I provided you a draft schedule and a draft Communications and Public
Engagement Plan. On Tuesday 6, 2015 city staff will participate in a conference call with
ROG to go over these documents and work out certain changes. I may be able to
communicate some of the changes at this meeting.
On this meeting agenda however is the Mayor's appointment of the roughly 18 member
steering committee that includes major stakeholders and representatives from the
community. They will meet for about an hour and half approximately 8 times during the
upcoming year. Their first meeting is tentatively scheduled for Monday, February 23, 2015
at 5:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.
Unfinished Clint Avenue and Hazelwood Terrace
As previously indicated the Mayor, Darren Krehbiel, and your City Administrator attended
an open house on November 22 for interested property owners to review the preliminary
plan for the improvement of Clint Avenue and Hazelwood Terrace. We were disappointed
with the turn out.
I have reviewed state law on the ability of the City to implement a property owner cost
share basis for curb and gutters through either an assessment ordinance or a
Neighborhood Improvement District. The use of a Neighborhood Improvement District
appears to be the answer. I will have more information at the January 20 Board meeting.
Recent City Administrator Activities, Meetings and Events
Since our last Tuesday December 21 Board meeting on Wednesday I attended a
Missouri Rural Services Board meeting in Jefferson City. On Thursday I attended a
LORDEC luncheon meeting and also met with Linda Conner at the Council of Local
Governments office. Friday I met with Barb Fredholm and Spree Hilliard from the
Lake Sun.
While I was mostly worked in the office on Monday, December 22 and Tuesday
December 23, on invitation by Pete Brown visited and spoke to a group at Porto
Cima. I took off Wednesday December 24 though the New Year weekend to use up
the remainder of my calendar vacation and personal days. I am looking forward to
again seeing you at our next meeting on Tuesday January 6, 2015.
Upcoming City Administrator Activities, Meetings, and Events
The week of January 5 includes a Tuesday conference call with ROG Planning and
Design and a Board of Adjustment meeting before our January 6 Board meeting.
Wednesday includes an interview with Trish from the Chamber and me at the Coyote
Radio Station. Wednesday continues with a Department Director Meeting and a
noon Rotary Meeting. Early Thursday morning includes our report to the Camdenton
Chamber of Commerce and a Chamber legislative reception that evening.
The week of January 12 includes a Chamber Board Training session, a doctor's
appointment and perhaps a Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Wednesday
is a Rotary meeting and an AMEREN Open House that afternoon in their brand new
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building. The annual LORDEC meeting will be held Thursday, January 15 at Lodge
of Four Season Seasons at 8:30 a.m. I have attached an agenda if you wish to
attend.
The week of January 19 includes a Camden County Commission meeting on a
possible animal facility and our January 20 Board of Aldermen meeting. The week
continues with a LORDEC Housing Committee meeting and my attendance Thursday
through Friday in Columbia for the Missouri City Manager's 2015 Winter Professional
Development Workshop.
UPCOMING BOARD OF ALDERMAN MEETING AGENDA ITEMS
Some Board of Aldermen Agenda items for the January 20, 2015 Board of Aldermen
meeting may include:
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Public Hearing on Possible Water and Sewer Rate Increase
Discussion on Unfinished Clint Avenue and Hazelwood Terrace
As always, if there are questions or you need additional information, please contact me.
HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY, NEW YEAR!!!!
IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT ONE!!!
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Annual Membership Meeting - The Lodge of Four Season
January 15, 2015
AGENDA
8:15
Buffet Breakfast (Please RSVP to Matt Davis at Matt [email protected] if you are
interested in joining us for breakfast.)
9:00
Welcome I Meeting Called to Order
Corey ten Sensel, President
Approval of Minutes - January 23, 2014
Matt Davis, Secretary
Financial Report
Jacob Neusche, Treasurer
Social Media/Marketing Committee Update
Lori Hoelscher
Housing Study Steering Committee Update
Jeff Hancock
Presentation of Awards
Trish Creach and Jeana Woods
Nominating Committee
Lori Hoelscher
Election of Board
Lori Hoelscher
9:45
Break
10:00
Lake of the Ozarks Local Council of Governments
Council Update
Linda Conner, Executive Director (LOCOG)
Missouri Partnership
"The Importance of Regional Cooperation
for New Business Attraction."
Dennis Pruitt, CEcD, Missouri Partnership
Vice President of International Business Recruitment
Closing Remarks
Corey ten Sensel, President
11 :00
Adjournment
* Immediately following the adjournment is the Board of Directors meeting for the Election of Executive Officers.
Mr. Dennis Pruitt, CEcD
Vice President, International Business Recruitment
Missouri Partnership
In May 2008, Dennis Pruitt joined the Missouri Partnership as Vice President of International Business
Recruitment, focusing on bringing new foreign direct investment into the state of Missouri. His projects
cross all sectors including advanced manufacturing, energy solutions, IT, and biosciences. Some of his
recent wins are KWS (St. Louis), CertainTeed (Jonesburg, MO), Motomco (Maryville, MO), and Unisys (St.
Louis, MO).
Prior to joining the Missouri Partnership, Dennis was the Executive Director of the Montgomery County
Action Council, a county-wide, economic development organization based in Independence, Kansas.
Dennis is a certified Economic Developer and a graduate of the Economic Development Institute. He is
active in the International Economic Development Council, having served for two years as Chairman of the
International Committee.
He holds a Master's degree in urban planning from Texas A&M University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in
history and French from Harding University, and a French language certificate from the Sorbonne. Dennis
attended high school in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and Iowa.
JANUARY 6, 2015 MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM 7-A: Bill No. 2562-15-Airport Name Change
BACKGROUND:
At the December 16 meeting the Board of Aldermen voted to change the name of the airport to
Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport.
FISCAL IMPACT:
No fiscal impact.
RECOMMENDATION:
Passage of Bill No. 2562- 15 to amend Sections 140.010, 140.070, 260.010, and 260.020 is
attached for review.
Date: 12/30/2014
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BILL NO. 2562-15
ORDINANCE NO.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF CAMDENTON BY AMENDING
PRESENT TITLE I: GOVERNMENT CODE; CHAPTER 140: AIRPORT BOARD; SECTION
140.010: CREATED; SECTION 140.070: DUTIES AND TITLE II: PUBLIC HEALTH SAFETY &
WELFARE; CHAPTER 260: COMMERCIAL AERONAUTICAL SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES;
SECTION 260.010: DEFINITIONS AND SECTION 260.020(A1a): AIRPORT MINIMUM
STANDARDS
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
CAMDENTON AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. That Title I: Government Code; Chapter 140: Airport Board; Section 140.010:
Created and Section 140.070: Duties:
SECTION 140.010: CREATED
There is hereby created the Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport Board
Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport hereinafter called the Board.
SECTION 140.070: DUTIES
Subject to the approval of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, the Board shall adopt and
promulgate the rules and regulations for the conduct, administration and management of
the Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport Camdenton Memorial-Lake
Regional Airport and shall further assist, advise and direct as deemed necessary the
activities of any citizen groups or others in the promotion of the Camdenton Lake of the
Ozarks Regional Airport Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport. The Board shall
make recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on all leases, grant applications and
improvements at the airport.
Section 2. That Title II: Public Health, Safety & Welfare; Chapter 260: Commercial Aeronautical
Services and Activities; Section 260.010: Definitions and Section 260.020(A1a): Airport
Minimum Standards
SECTION 260.010: DEFINITIONS
AIRPORT - The geographical area under the care, custody and control of the City of
Camdenton known as the Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport Camdenton
Memorial-Lake Regional Airport .
THROUGH THE FENCE OPERATION -A person or entity not based or under lease at
Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional
Airport that conducts an aeronautical activity, utilizes the airport facility or that has rights
to direct access to the airport from private property contiguous to the airport.
SECTION 260.020: AIRPORT MINIMUM STANDARDS
A. The following shall be the minimum standards for all airport operations at the
Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional
Airport.
1. General statement of standards.
a. The City of Camdenton as owner/operator of the Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks
Regional Airport Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport offers without
discrimination a fair and reasonable opportunity to all operators to qualify or compete for
available airport facilities and the furnishing of select aeronautical services subject,
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however, to the minimum standards and requirements as established by the City of
Camdenton.
Section 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby
repealed .
Section 4 . This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the
Board of Aldermen and approval by the Mayor.
Read the first time the _ _ day of January, 2015.
Read the second time and passed and approved this _ _ day of January, 2015.
ATTEST:
John D. McNabb, Mayor
Renee Kingston, City Clerk, MRCC
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January 6, 201 4 MAYOR and BOARD of ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM: 8. A Animal Control Ordinance Discussion
BACKGROUND:
At the last Board Meeting the Board of Aldermen delayed a decision to provide
direction on the following :
1. Does the Board of Aldermen wish to maintain or existing breed specific
prohibition ordinance?, or;
2. Do you wish to move to a different type of ordinance that includes
potentially dangerous and vicious dog designations as noted in the
attached ordinance?
If number 2 is chosen, and while the ordinance would be considered and acted upon
later, the guidelines could be considered as interim administrative guidance for City staff
to deal with the existing situation recently reviewed by the Board.
Attached is the report with the proposed ordinance for your review. Please again review
before this meeting the draft revised animal ordinance, and in particular chapter 211
Dogs and Sections 211 .070 "Potentially Dangerous Dogs" and 211.080 "Vicious Dog
Designation."
RECOMMENDATION:
City staff recommends that the Board of Aldermen review the attached ordinance with
particular attention to the previously highlighted items and be prepared to direct City
staff on either our existing breed specific prohibition ordinance or the potentially
dangerous and vicious dog designation ordinance provided by our City Attorney.
December 18, 2014
December 18, 2014
December 16, 2014 MAYOR and BOARD of ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM: 10. C Animal Control Ordinance Discussion
BACKGROUND:
At the last Board Meeting the Board of Aldermen directed that the City Attorney
develop an ordinance that potentially could modify our existing breed specific
prohibition ordinance. Mr. Morgan has completed a full review of our all of our animal
ordinances and has developed that attached draft ordinance that among other issues
addresses the specific question and potential modification of our existing breed
specific prohibition ordinance.
Before this upcoming meeting, please review the attached ordinance and in particular
chapter 211 Dogs and Sections 211 .070 "Potentially Dangerous Dogs" and 211.080
"Vicious Dog Designation." While the total update of the ordinance could be
considered for action in January, the Board needs to provide direction on the
following:
1. Do you wish to maintain or existing breed specific prohibition
ordinance?
2. Do you wish to move to a different type of ordinance that includes
potentially dangerous and vicious dog designations as noted in the
attached ordinance?
If number 2 is chosen, and while the ordinance would not be considered and acted
upon until sometime in January, the guidelines might be considered as interim
administrative direction.
RECOMMENDATION:
City staff recommends that the Board of Aldermen review the attached ordinance with
particular attention to the previously highlighted items and be prepared to direct City
staff on either our existing breed specific prohibition ordinance or the potentially
dangerous and vicious dog designation ordinance provided to you by your City
Attorney.
APPROVALS:
December 11, 2014
Renee Kingston, City Clerk, MRCC
December 11, 2014
J. Jeff Hancock, City Administrator, ICMA-CM
CHAPTER 210: PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL ANIMALS
SECTION 210.010: DEFINITIONS
The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this chapter, shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
ABANDON: Relinquishing custody of an animal without making alternative arrangements for its
care and protection, or leaving an animal confined without providing water or minimum nutrition
as required under this chapter.
ANIMAL CONTROL BOARD: A Board made up of the City Administrator, Chief of Police and
another person as may be appointed by the Mayor from time to time. Should any of these
positions be vacant or the person unavailable, the Mayor may appoint a substitute as
necessary.
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER: A person designated as such by the City Police Department.
AT LARGE: With reference to a dog, not confined or restrained as required under this chapter.
BREEDER: Any person who maintains an unaltered (unsterilized) dog or cat and breeds such
animal for any consideration of profit, fee or compensation .
CAT: Any domesticated breed within the feline family.
CITY: Means the City of Camdenton, Missouri.
DOG: Any domesticated breed within the canine family.
DOMESTJCA TED ANIMAL: An animal that has adapted to life in close association with and to
the advantage of humans, such as animals that are kept by humans as pets or as livestock.
OWNER: Any person who owns, keeps, harbors or exercises control over any animal. A
person shall be considered to harbor an animal if they feed or shelter such animal for five (5)
days or more.
STERILIZE: The surgical alteration of an animal through spaying or neutering so that it is
incapable of reproduction.
VACCINATION: An injection of any vaccine for rabies approved by the state veterinarian
board and administered by a licensed veterinarian.
SECTION 210.020: EXEMPTION
The provisions of this Chapter shall not apply to any animal owned or controlled by Federal,
State or City law enforcement agencies. The animal control officer or animal control board may
also make reasonable accommodations or exceptions for service animals.
SECTION 210.030: SANITARY CONDITIONS
A. It shall be unlawful for any person keeping or harboring any animal to fail to keep the
premises where such animal is kept free from unsanitary conditions which encourage the ·
breeding of parasites, insects and flies or cause odors that are offensive to a person of
reasonable sensibilities.
B. It shall be unlawful to allow premises where animals are kept to become unclean and a
threat to the public health by failing to diligently and systematically remove all animal fecal
matter from the premises a minimum of once every forty-eight (48) hours.
C. It shall be unlawful for any person to allow an animal within the person's control to
defecate on public property or on the private property of another person unless the person
having control of the offending animal immediately removes and disposes of the animal's
feces.
D. All animal fecal matter shall be disposed of properly.
E. No animal shall be allowed to damage any property of another person.
F. All places where livestock is kept shall have adequate drainage sufficient to prevent
standing water in yards or pens. Duck ponds shall be drained and cleaned as required to
prevent malodorous conditions.
G. It shall be unlawful for any person keeping or harboring any animal to keep the animal in
premises on which there is garbage, trash, or debris of any nature, including broken glass
and cans that could subject the animal to injury or disease.
SECTION 210.040: ANIMAL SLAUGHTER
It shall be unlawful to slaughter a domesticated animal in a residentially zoned area of the city.
Nothing in this section shall prevent the euthanasia of any animal by a licensed veterinarian or
by trained animal services personnel or an otherwise authorized killing of an animal.
SECTION 210.050: ANIMAL CRUELTY
Except as authorized by law, no person shall knowingly:
A. Abandon any animal under circumstances subjecting it to the possibility of death, injury,
starvation, dehydration or disease
B. Subject any animal to cruel mistreatment of any kind or by any means or device, including
tying or strapping with weights or heavy chains
C. Subject any animal to the following if not performed by a licensed veterinarian: neutering
or spaying; tail docking, ear cropping, or other surgical procedure
D. Subject any animal in his or her custody to neglect under circumstances exposing the
animal to injury, disease, unsanitary conditions, extreme temperatures, starvation,
dehydration or death
E. Cause or permit any dogfight, cockfight, bullfight or other combat between animals or
between animals and humans
F. Kill or injure any animal belonging to another without legal privilege
G. Subject a dog or cat to direct point chaining as defined in this chapter
H. Poison any animal or to distribute poison or other toxic substance in any manner
whatsoever with the intent to harm, or for the purpose of poisoning any such animal,
except for the purpose of controlling insects or rodents in accordance with accepted pest
control methods
SECTION 210.060: DISEASED OR INJURED ANIMALS
It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly keep any injured animal without providing
proper, timely treatment, including treatment by a veterinarian when appropriate, for such
injury.
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly keep any animal infected with a fatal
disease that is contagious to other animals unless the sick animal is isolated to prevent
spread of the disease to other animals. This subsection shall not apply to rabid animals.
Any animal showing positive signs of rabies shall be euthanized and laboratory-confirmed
in accordance with Missouri law.
B. Any injured or diseased animal within the city shall be subject to seizure if a court of
competent jurisdiction issues a warrant for such seizure upon a determination that either
of the above conditions exist and reasonable treatment is not being administered to said
animal.
C. Any injured or diseased animal within the city shall be subject to immediate seizure if the
city has a reasonable suspicion that an emergency exists and such seizure is necessary
to protect the animal from an imminent threat of death, infectious disease, or serious
physical injury.
D. Any diseased or injured animal seized pursuant to the provisions of this animal services
code shall be appropriately treated for the injury or disease by the owner and, where
necessary, by a veterinarian licensed to practice in the state.
E. The remains of any dead animal are subject to seizure and disposal if, within a
reasonable period after death, the owner has not disposed of the remains properly.
F. Any diseased or injured animal shall be subject to being euthanized when it is determined
by a veterinarian licensed to practice in Missouri or by the Animal Control Board that such
disposition is necessary to prevent unwarranted suffering by the animal. Best efforts shall
be made by the Animal Control Board to contact the animal's owner before such animal is
euthanized.
G. Any owner who reclaims or redeems an animal which has been treated under the
provisions of this animal services code shall, prior to the release of the animal, reimburse
the city or the treating veterinarian for any expenses incurred, unless the owner shows
proof that the animal was undergoing treatment for the disease or injury at the time it was
seized.
SECTION 210.070: RABIES CONTROL.
A. When any animal has bitten a person, that person or anyone having knowledge of such
incident shall immediately notify the City of Camdenton Police Department. Notification
may be made via a call to 911, a call to the Camdenton Police Department during normal
business hours or to the Animal Control Officer. The animal shall be quarantined at the
expense of the owner for a period of ten (10) days from the date of the bite at a veterinary
facility under the care and custody of a licensed veterinarian unless other provision are
made as approved by the Animal Control officer.
B. No person shall own , keep, harbor, or have control over any dog or cat over the age of
five (5) months unless the animal has been vaccinated with antirabies vaccine by a
licensed veterinarian in accordance with state law. For purposes of this subsection, "five
(5) months" shall be attained at the end of the fourth month since birth or when the
animal's canine teeth appear, whichever occurs first.
SECTION 210.080: ANIMAL LICENSING
A. Owners residing in the City shall procure a license from the City for all dogs and cats over
the age of six (6) months of age. All licenses issued under the provisions of this Chapter
shall be effective from January first (1st) to December thirty-first (31st) of each year.
License fees shall be as follows:
For each un-neutered male dog or cat: $10.00.
For each unspayed female dog or cat: $10.00.
For each neutered male dog or cat: $5.00.
For each spayed female dog or cat: $5.00.
B. Any license fee due and unpaid thirty (30) days after it becomes due and payable shall be
subject to a penalty in the same amount as the renewal fee for the animal. Any replacement
of a license tag shall be two dollars ($2.00).
C. The City may refuse to issue animal licenses to persons who:
1. Have been charged with animal abuse, neglect or cruelty while such charges are
pending; or
2 . Have been convicted of animal abuse, neglect or cruelty or have pied guilty to such
offenses; or
3. Have willfully failed to maintain licenses for animals within the City of Camdenton in
the past; or
4 . Have been charged with or convicted of violations of this or other portions of the City
of Camdenton Code which involve dangerous, unlicensed, unsanitary or other
conduct involving animals.
5. Occupy premises that are also owned or occupied by any person with any of the
above situations.
6. In the event that a license is denied to any person under this section, they may appeal
this decision to the Animal Control Board within a period of ten (10) days after such
denial.
D. Every dog or cat covered by this section must have and wear a collar or harness with a
current license tag firmly attached when such animal is outdoors. Any untagged dog or cat
found running at large shall be considered as a stray or as an unowned animal for the
purpose of enforcement of this chapter.
Citations may be issued for violations of this section. Fines for first violations shall be Thirty five
dollars ($35.00). Fines for subsequent violations within a twenty four (24) month period shall be
determined by the municipal court.
SECTION 210.090: PENALTIES
Penalties for violations of any provision herein shall be as set forth in Section 100.160 unless
otherwise set forth. Each day that a violation of any provision of this chapter continues shall be
deemed a separate offense.
CHAPTER 211 : DOGS
SECTION 211 .010: APPLICABILITY
This Chapter shall apply to dogs as they are defined in Chapter 210. The definitions contained
in Chapter 21 O shall also apply to this Chapter.
SECTION 211 .020: DEFINITIONS
ATTACK: Aggressive behavior by a dog or cat that involves biting or repeatedly biting or
shaking its victim.
CABLE RUN: A metal cable that is mounted aboveground at a designated height to two (2)
stationary objects for the purpose of attaching a pulley system that moves from one end of the
cable to the other and to which a dog is tied or secured by means of a rope, chain, or cable
attached to the dog's collar or harness.
DIRECT POINT CHAINING: Means attaching a dog directly to a stationary object by means of
a leash, rope, chain, cable or other material attached to the dog's collar or harness but does not
include temporary restraint of a dog for purposes of vehicular transport.
ELECTRONIC CONTAINMENT DEVICE: A transmitter/receiver system for the confinement of
dogs which consists of (1) a boundary wire that emits a radio signal, and (2) a battery-operated
electronic device on the dog's collar which receives the radio signal and emits an audible
warning beep and a corrective electrical stimulus as the dog approaches the wire.
PIT BULL: A pit bull is defined as any dog that is an American pit bull terrier, a Staffordshire
terrier, or American Staffordshire terrier, and any dog of mixed breeding that has the primary
characteristics of an American pit bull terrier, an American Bulldog, American Bully, a
Staffordshire terrier, or an American Staffordshire terrier. The American Kennel Club and United
Kennel Club standards for the above breeds shall be on file with the City of Camdenton. A pit
bull may be identified as any dog which exhibits those distinguishing characteristics that
substantially conform to the standards established by the American Kennel Club or United
Kennel Club.
PROVOCATION: means causing a bite or attack by:
A. Any intentional or accidental act of pulling, pinching, squeezing, kicking, hitting or striking
the dog with an object or a part of a person's body, unless the person is responding to
an attack or an immediate threat of attack by the dog as indicated by the dog's lunging,
snarling or baring of its teeth; or
B. Any sudden motion toward the dog or any attempt or threat to kick, hit or strike the dog
with an object or part of a person's body, unless the person is responding to an attack or
an immediate th reat of attack by the dog as indicated by the dog's lunging, snarling, or
baring of its teeth;
C. Any act of teasing or tormenting the dog;
D. Any act of grabbing, touching or holding of the dog's young or any sudden motion toward
the dog's young;
E. Any act of holding, kicking, hitting, striking , or otherwise physically harming the dog's
owner or other member of the dog owner's household;
F. Entry into the dog's area of confinement without the owner's presence, provided that this
definition does not apply if the dog is confined in a particular manner for the purpose of
causing provocation to prevent legal access to the premises in violation of this article; or
G. Any act of breaking and entering, or other unlawful entry, into the dog owner's residence,
vehicle, or other property.
SWIVEL: Pivoting hardware that can be used in a trolley system to attach a cable run to a
tether or a tether to a dog's collar or harness in order to minimize twisting and tangling of the
tether.
TETHER: A rope, chain, or cable that is attached to a dog's collar or harness for purposes of
restraining the dog.
TROLLEY SYSTEM: A method of restraining a dog which utilizes a cable run, swivel and tether
attached to a dog's collar or harness.
SECTION 211.030: MAXIMUM NUMBER
It shall be unlawful for more than three (3) dogs to be kept, located or harbored at any
household or business. No more than two pit bull dogs may be located at any household in a
residentially zoned district. Pit bull dogs may not be located at any commercially zoned
premises. This section does not apply to veterinarians, licensed dog breeders or pet stores.
Puppies under the age of four (4) months which were born to a dog which has a City animal
license shall be exempt from this section.
SECTION 211.040: CONFINEMENT
A. Any person owning, possessing or keeping a dog shall keep the dog securely confined
behind a fence or otherwise restrained upon the person's property by adequate means to
prevent the dog's escape; or shall effectively control the dog, whether on or off the
person's property, by means of a leash or other proper method of supervised restraint
from which the dog cannot escape.
B. Confinement of a dog in a fenced area designated by the City as a "park dog run" shall be
considered adequate confinement under this section if the dog owner or caretaker
supervises the dog's activity.
C. Dogs shall not be confined in any manner for the purpose of preventing legal access to
public utility facilities or for the purpose of causing the dog to be provoked by visitors in
areas accessible to and commonly used by visitors for legal access to the premises.
D. Direct-point chaining or tethering of dogs to a stationary object is prohibited. Dogs may be
restrained by means of a trolley system, or a tether attached to a pulley on a cable run, if
the following conditions are met:
1. Only one (1) dog may be tethered to each cable run . Dogs on two separate trolley
systems shall not be close enough to become entangled with each other.
2. The tether must be attached to a properly fitting collar or harness worn by the dog,
with enough room between the collar and the dog's throat through which two (2)
fingers may fit. Choke collars and pinch collars are prohibited for purposes of tethering
a dog to a cable run .
3. There must be a swivel on at least one (1) end of the tether to minimize tangling of the
tether.
4. The tether and cable run must be of adequate size and strength to effectively restrain
the dog. The size and weight of the tether must not be excessive, as determined by
the animal services officer, considering the age, size and health of the dog.
5. The cable run must be at least ten (10) feet in length and mounted at least four (4)
feet and no more than seven (7) feet above ground level.
6. The length of the tether from the cable run to the dog's collar should allow access to
the maximum available exercise area and should allow continuous access to water
and shelter. The trolley system must be of appropriate configuration to confine the dog
to the owner's property, to prevent the tether from extending over an object or an edge
that could result in injury or strangulation of the dog, and to prevent the tether from
becoming entangled with other objects or animals.
E. An electronic containment device may be used as a primary containment measure if signs
stating "pet contained by electronic device" or similar language using a trade name, are
conspicuously posted at the front and back of the enclosed area for purposes of public
notice. Such signs shall be a minimum of six (6) inches by eight (8) inches and one (1) of
the signs shall be visible from the roadway or entry to the premises. Signs shall be a
maximum of ten (10) inches by ten (10) inches. Pit bull dogs and dangerous dogs shall
not be allowed to be contained by electronic containment. Such electronic containment
device shall be maintained in good operating condition.
SECTION 211.050: MINIMUM CARE FOR DOGS
A. All dogs shall have continuous ac;cess to a structurally sound, moisture-proof and
windproof shelter large enough to keep the dog reasonably clean and dry. A shelter
which does not protect the dog from temperature extremes or precipitation, or which does
not provide adequate ventilation or drainage, shall not comply with this section. A dog's
shelter and bedding and other accessible space shall be maintained in a manner which
minimizes the risk of the dog contracting disease, being injured or becoming infested with
parasites.
B. It shall be unlawful for any person keeping or harboring any dog to fail, refuse or neglect
to provide such dog with clean , fresh, potable water adequate for the dog's size, age, and
physical condition. This water supply shall be either free flowing or provided in a
removable receptacle that is weighted or secured to prevent tipping.
C. It shall be unlawful for any person keeping or harboring any dog to fail, refuse or neglect
to provide such dog with wholesome foodstuff suitable for the dog's physical condition
and age and in sufficient quantities to maintain an adequate level of nutrition for the dog.
D. The enclosure or confinement area for a dog shall encompass sufficient usable space to
keep the animal in good condition. When a dog is confined outside by means of an
enclosure or an electronic containment device, the following minimum space
requirements shall be met: Large dog. For a dog that is larger than twenty (20) inches at
the withers or that weighs more than fifty (50) pounds , the minimum confinement area per
dog is one hundred (100) square feet. Medium dog. For a dog that is larger than twelve
(12) inches at the withers and up to twenty (20) inches at the withers or that weighs over
twenty (20) pounds and up to fifty (50) pounds, the minimum confinement area per dog is
eighty (80) square feet. Small dog. For a dog that is twelve (12) inches or less at the
withers or that weighs twenty (20) pounds or less, the minimum confinement area per dog
is fifty (50) square feet.
SECTION 211.060: BARKING AND NOISE
It shall be unlawful for any person to keep on his premises, or under his control , any dog which
by loud and frequent barking and howling shall disturb the reasonable peace and quiet of any
person.
SECTION 211 .070: POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS
A. POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS DESIGNATION
1. DOGS SHALL BE DESIGNATED AS POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS IF:
a. Without provocation, it attacks or bites a person engaged in a lawful activity;
b. While off the property of its owner and without provocation, it injures another
domesticated animal and such injury is minor in nature;
c. Without provocation while not on a leash and under the control of its owner or
custodian, it chases, confronts or approaches a person on a street, sidewalk or
other public property in a menacing fashion such as would put a reasonable
person in fear of attack;
d. Acts in a manner which the owner knows, or reasonably should know, is an
indication that the dog is dangerous and is not merely being protective in a
particular set of circumstances; or
e. Has been declared dangerous, or has been given some other designation, by
another governmental body under circumstances that would meet the grounds for
dangerous dog designation under the provisions of this ordinance.
f. It is a pit bull dog (as defined herein). Identification by the Animal Control Officer
shall establish prima facie proof and shall create a rebuttable presumption that a
dog is a pit bull dog.
g. Designation as a potentially dangerous dog shall be made in the opinion of the
animal control officer and subject to appeal as set forth herein. In the event the
animal control officer designates a dog as potentially dangerous, a written notice
shall be given to the owner or posted at the residence.
h. Any dog designated as a potentially dangerous dog shall not be allowed to remain
in the City until the owner complies with the requirements of this section or during
any pending appeal of such designation.
B. PERMIT AND REGISTRATION. A potentially dangerous dog may be kept within the city
limits only so long as the registered owner or custodian complies with the requirements and
conditions herein. The owner of any potentially dangerous dog shall be allowed to keep
such dog within the City only if the owner registers the dog with the city on an annual basis
and obtains a potentially dangerous dog permit with each annual registration . As a condition
of registration, the owner shall at the time of application provide sufficient evidence that the
owner is in compliance with all of the following requirements:
1. Rabies vaccination. The dog must be vaccinated against rabies by a licensed
veterinarian on an annual basis.
2. Current city license. The owner must purchase an annual city license for the dog, and
the dog must wear the city license tag on its collar at all times.
3. Microchip. The dog must be identified by means of a microchip that is injected under its
skin by a licensed veterinarian and maintained as long as the animal is kept within the
city limits.
4 . Photo. The owner must bring their potentially dangerous dog to the city animal shelter to
have its photo taken with the owner.
5. Sterilized. The owner must provide documentary proof from a licensed veterinarian that
their dog has been spayed or neutered. This requirement shall not apply if the city
receives a letter from the owner's veterinarian stating that the dog is physically unable to
reproduce or that the dog is medically compromised to the extent that it cannot be safely
sterilized.
6. Place of confinement. A potentially dangerous dog must reside at the owner's residence.
7. R-1 zones only and landlord notice. A potentially dangerous dog shall be allowed in R-1
residential zones only. In the event a person wishes to possess potentially dangerous
dog and they are not the owner of the residence, they shall provide proof that they have
provided notice to their landlord or the owner of the residence that they will possess a
potentially dangerous dog at the residence.
8. Insurance. An owner of a potentially dangerous dog shall provide proof to the city on an
annual basis of insurance coverage in an amount of not less than Two hundred
thousand ($200,000) dollars. Any such insurance shall not contain an exclusion which
would deny coverage for such dogs.
9. Window sticker or sign. A window sticker or sign must be posted on the owner's
property, visible from the street to indicate that a potentially dangerous dog resides on
the property. Such sign must be clearly visible from the street or sidewalk.
10. Confinement. A potentially dangerous dog shall be confined indoors or by means of a
fence that is of adequate height and construction to prevent the dog's escape. Such
fence or area of confinement must be approved by the Animal Control Officer. Appeals
of any such approval may be made to the Animal Control Board as set forth herein.
Potentially dangerous dogs shall not be confined by means of an electronic containment
device, or invisible fence. When outside of an area of confinement, a potentially
dangerous dog must be restrained by means of a secure leash held by an adult who has
the ability to control the dog.
11. No transfer of permit. A potentially dangerous breed permit shall not transfer to a new
owner residing in the city limits. The new owner must meet all registration requirements
within ten (10) days of acquiring the dog.
12. The owner of a potentially dangerous dog may relocate the dog to the owner's new city
address if the owner contacts animal services prior to the relocation in order to report the
new address.
13. Maximum number. The number of potentially dangerous dogs kept, maintained or
harbored at one residence shall not exceed one (1).
14. Muzzle. The animal control officer may require that any potentially dangerous dog be
muzzled when outdoors on a leash as a condition of it being kept in the City. Appeals of
such requirement made to the Animal Control Board as set forth herein.
15. Inspection. By possessing an dangerous dog, the owner or person possessing such
animal gives the city animal control officer permission to perform inspections of the
outside of the premises where such animals are kept upon reasonable request.
16. Other requirements. The Animal Control Officer may require other reasonable
conditions be met in order to issue such permit which are made with the intent of human
safety. Appeals of any such requirement may be made to the Animal Control Board as
set forth herein.
17. Notification. Any owner of an animal which is designated as potentially dangerous shall
immediately notify City Police in the event that such dog causes any human injury, injury
to any other animal or in the event such dog is loose from its confinement.
C. APPEALS.
1. An appeal of a designation as a potentially dangerous dog or any other appeal called
for herein may be made upon written request to the City within ten (10) days.
2. A hearing to consider such appeals shall be held within ten (10) business days from
the time of such appeal. Such appeals shall be held before the Animal Control Board.
3. The owner of a dog that has been identified as a pit bull under this section shall have
the right to an administrative appeal of the breed designation by submitting a request
for a hearing to the City in writing within ten (10) days. Failure to make
administrative appeal as set forth herein shall make such determination final and
conclusive for all purposes.
4. A hearing to consider such appeal of pit bull designations herein shall be conducted
by the Animal Control Board. The board shall make a final determination of the dog's
breed or predominant breed characteristics.
D. VIOLATIONS.
1. Failure to Comply. Failure to comply with any potentially dangerous dog registration
requirement or permit conditions shall be a violation and may result in the issuance of a
citation and and a warrant to seize the owner's dog if such dog is not voluntarily
surrendered or removed from the City or brought into compliance. In the event the
owner of a potentially dangerous dog fails to comply with the requirements of this
chapter, the Animal Control Officer may declare the dog to be vicious based upon such
failure(s) .
2. Violations Other Than Cruelty Violations. Permits to keep a potentially dangerous dog
within the city shall be revoked upon the owner's second conviction or guilty plea for
violation of the city's animal code provisions other than cruelty violations. If the permit(s)
is revoked, a warrant to seize the potentially dangerous breed may be served on the
owner if the dog is not removed from the city limits. In addition, the owner shall lose their
right to register any potentially dangerous dog within the city for a period of two (2)
years.
3. Cruelty Violations. Upon conviction for any animal cruelty charge, the owner of a
potentially dangerous dog shall lose their potentially dangerous dog permit and shall
lose their right to register or possess any potentially dangerous dog within the city for a
period of ten (10) years. A warrant may be obtained to seize the owner's potentially
dangerous dog(s) pending adjudication of the cruelty violation citation. Upon conviction
for animal cruelty and revocation of the potentially dangerous dog permit, the owner's
potentially dangerous dog must be removed from the city limits or surrendered to the
animal control officer.
4. lmpoundment pending declaration. Upon reasonable suspicion that a dog is dangerous
and poses a serious threat to public health or safety, the animal control officer, or
appointed designee, may seek a warrant, if necessary, to seize the dog for quarantine at
a veterinary clinic or for impoundment at the animal services facility, pending the
dangerous dog declaration process.
SECTION 211.080: VICIOUS DOG DESIGNATION
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep within the city limits any vicious dog.
B. A dog is considered vicious for purposes of this section if it:
1. Causes death or serious physical injury to a person engaged in a lawful activity; or
2. On two (2) or more occasions, attacks or bites without provocation a person engaged in
a lawful activity; or
3. On more than one (1) occasion, while off the property of its owner and without
provocation, injures another domesticated animal; or
4. Without provocation, kills a domesticated animal; or
5. Trains for dog fighting or is owned or kept for the purpose of dog fighting; or
6. The owner of a dangerous dog fails to notify the City Police department in the event
such dog causes any human injury, injury to any other animal or in the event such dog
is loose from its confinement.
7. Has been declared vicious, or has been given some other designation, by another
governmental body under circumstances that would meet the grounds for vicious dog
designation under the provisions of this article.
C. lmpoundment pending declaration. Upon reasonable suspicion that a dog is vicious and
poses a serious threat to public health or safety, the animal control officer or appointed
designee, may seize the dog for quarantine at a veterinary clinic or for impoundment at
another facility pending the vicious dog declaration process.
D. Declaration as Vicious Dog. In instances where the dog is declared vicious, the animal
control officer or any other member of the police department shall, within forty-eight (48)
hours, notify the owner of the dog in writing either in person or posted at the owner's or
custodian's last known address, that the dog has been determined to be a vicious animal,
the reasons for the declaration and, if applicable, that the dog has been quarantined or
impounded by animal services. The owner shall have twenty four (24) hours from delivery of
the notice to contact the city and comply with the ordinance by removing the dog from the
city limits or by having the dog euthanized.
E. Appeal. The notice shall also inform the owner or custodian of the dog that a hearing to
contest the declaration shall be held before the Animal Control Board if a request for a
hearing is submitted in writing to the city within five (5) working days from receipt of the
notice of vicious dog declaration.
F. Status pending hearing. Once notice of vicious dog designation has been given, the dog
shall be considered vicious unless, and until such time as, the declaration is overruled by
the Animal Control Board
G. Change of status. The owner or custodian of a vicious dog shall notify the city immediately if
the dog is unconfined and on the loose, or has attacked a human or a domestic animal.
SECTION 211 .090: EACH DAY SEPARATE OFFENSE
Each day that a violation of any provision of this chapter continues shall be deemed a separate
offense.
CHAPTER 212: CATS
SECTION 212.010: APPLICABILITY
This Chapter shall apply to cats as they are defined in Chapter 210. The definitions contained
in Chapter 21 O and 211 shall also apply to this Chapter.
SECTION 212.020: DEFINITIONS
ATTACK: Means aggressive behavior by a cat that involves repeatedly biting or scratching its
victim.
DANGEROUS CAT: Means a cat that has been designated as dangerous pursuant to the
standards and administrative procedures identified in this article or that has been given another
designation pursuant to similar standards and procedures in another jurisdiction.
FREE ROAMING CAT: Means a cat that is not kept inside of a house, business or other legal
occupancy structure or kept in a fenced area enclosed with a top and containing a shelter as
described in this article. A cat that is allowed to go outside of such structure or fenced area is
considered a free-roaming cat.
SECTION 212.030: MAXIMUM NUMBER.
No more than three (3) cats may be kept or harbored at a household or business within the city
limits. This section does not apply to veterinarians, licensed breeders or pet stores. Kittens
under the age of four (4) months which were born to a cat which has a City license shall be
exempt from this section.
SECTION 212.040: CONFINEMENT
A. For any cat newly licensed after January 1, 2015, cat owners shall identify their free-roaming
cats by means of a microchip that registers the owner with a national computer recovery
network. This shall not apply to cats which have been registered with the city prior to said
date.
B. All free-roaming cats shall be sterilized unless the owner's veterinarian, licensed by the
state, certifies in writing that the animal is physically unable to reproduce or that the animal
is medically compromised to the extent that it cannot be sterilized safely.
C. Direct-point chaining or tethering of cats to a stationary object is prohibited.
SECTION 212.050: DANGEROUS CATS
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep within the city limits any dangerous cat, except in
compliance with the provisions of this section. A cat is considered dangerous for purposes
of this section if:
1. Without provocation, it attacks or bites a person; or
2. Acts in a manner which the owner knows, or reasonably should know, is an indication
that the cat is dangerous and is not merely acting in self defense under a particular set
of circumstances; or
3. Has been declared dangerous, or has been given some other designation by another
governmental body under circumstances that would meet the grounds for dangerous
cat designation under the provisions of this ordinance.
B. If the animal control officer has cause to believe that a cat is dangerous, the animal control
officer may find and declare such cat a dangerous cat. The animal control officer shall give
notice of the declaration and the reasons for it in writing to the person who owns, keeps, or
otherwise maintains the cat. The notice shall inform the owner or custodian of the cat that a
hearing to contest the declaration shall be held before the animal control board, if a request
for a hearing is submitted in writing to the city within five (5) days from receipt of the notice
of dangerous cat declaration.
C. Hearing. The hearing required pursuant to this subsection shall be held no more than five
(5) week days from the date of receipt of the request. The hearing shall be before the animal
control board.
D. In the event a cat is designated as dangerous, it shall not be allowed to be a free roaming
cat. Any cat found to be kept in violation of this section shall be subject to seizure and
impoundment.
SECTION 212.060: EACH DAY SEPARATE OFFENSE
Each day that a violation of any provision of this chapter continues shall be deemed a separate
offense.
CHAPTER 213 - MISCELLANEOUS ANIMAL PROVISIONS
SECTION 213.010: KEEPING OF PROHIBITED ANIMALS
A. The sale, possession, display, maintenance or keeping of carnivora, innately wild animals,
nonhuman primates and venomous reptiles within the city is unlawful unless such animals
are kept with a written permit from the Missouri Department of Conservation or a Federal
permit to transport and display such animals or for bona fide circuses and carnivals.
1. Carnivora shall include, but not be limited to, the following families, with representatives
of those families as indicated:
Ursidae: Bears.
Canidae: Wolves, coyotes, foxes, or the hybrid offspring of such canidae
(including, but not limited to, domestic dog-canidae crosses).
Hyaenidae: Hyenas.
Filidae: Lions, tigers, leopards, American lions (commonly known as pumas,
cougars, and panthers), cheetah , bobcats, ocelots, jaguars, servals, African
panthers, lynx, margays.
Procyonidae: Raccoons and relatives.
Mustelidae: Weasels, skunks, and relatives.
Viverridae: Binturongs, civets and relatives.
2. Innately wild animals shall include all members of the order Camivora which are all
meat-eating animals, excluding domestic breeds of dogs and cats.
3. Nonhuman primates shall include, but not be limited to, the following families:
Monkeys: Spider monkeys, squirrel monkeys, marmosets, baboons and relatives.
Great apes: Gorillas, orangutans, gibbons, siamangs, chimpanzees and
relatives.
4. Venomous reptiles shall include, but not be limited to, the following families:
Colubridae: (two (2) genera only), Dispholidus (boomslang) and thelotornis (twig
snakes).
Elapidae: Cobras, kraits, coral snakes and relatives.
Hydrophilidae: Sea snakes.
Viperidae: Vipers, adders.
Crotalidae: Pit vipers (commonly known as rattlesnakes, water moccasins,
copperheads).
Helodermatidae: Gila monsters.
B. Large Animals Prohibited. Keeping or maintaining hogs, goats, donkeys, mules, sheep,
emu, ostrich or any other animal which, when fully grown would typically weigh over thirty
(30) pounds, other than dogs, cattle and horses, within the City limits is prohibited, unless
otherwise allowed herein.
C. Horses and Cattle. Horses and cattle may be kept or maintained within the City limits but
only on tracts of land consisting of not less than fifteen (15) acres and not less than four
hundred (400) feet from the property line of any adjoining property containing a residence or
dwelling place. No more than 1 of such animals per acre of land shall be allowed.
D. No person shall keep or maintain rabbits, chickens, domesticated Vietnamese pot-bellied
pigs, ducks, turkeys, or other domestic fowl w ithin one hundred (100) feet of any residence
or other dwelling place other than that of the owner, unless all occupants of residences or
other dwelling places within such distances agree in writing that such animals or fowl may
be kept and maintained at less than such distances. No bees may be kept within two
hundred (200) feet from the nearest residence or business. If the beekeeper's property is
less than one acre, no more than two hives shall be allowed.
SECTION 213.020: KENNELS
A kennel shall be any establishment which has more than three (3) dogs or more than three (3)
cats. Kennels are not allowed in any residential zoning district. In other districts, written
application for a kennel business license shall be made. Fee per dog or cat shall be assessed
according to this code. The Animal Control Officer and/or members of the Police Department
shall be allowed to inspect such kennel to determine its compliance with all laws and/or
regulations.
SECTION 213.030: IMPOUNDMENT OF ANIMALS
The animal control officer shall take into custody any animal found at large in the city and shall
impound the animal. Each impounded animal shall be held for a period of at least five (5)
business days at the end of which time the animal shall be deemed abandoned. The animal
control officer shall make diligent efforts to determine the owner of the animal and notify the
owner of the impoundment.
If the owner of the animal fails or refuses to claim and repossess the dog by the payment of the
proper fee as prescribed in this section within five (5) days of acknowledging ownership of such
animal, the animal shall be deemed abandoned. No animal that has not been licensed and
vaccinated shall be released unless the person redeeming the animal licenses and/or
vaccinates such animal.
The Police Department shall establish from time to time a schedule of fees for redemption of
animals which shall reimburse the City for approximate average costs for impoundment, shelter,
food , transportation and officer time. This schedule may impose higher costs for repetitive
redemptions for the same owner.
January 6, 2015 MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM 9-A: Mayor's Citizen Appointments Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee
BACKGROUND:
The City's boards and committees play a vital role in helping the City operate. It takes many
volunteers to keep these committees and boards functioning.
The Mayor's recommendations for citizen appointments to the Comprehensive Plan Steering
Committee are as follows:
Dr. Tim Hadfield - Camdenton R-111 School District Superintendent
Two Student Representatives - Camdenton R-111 School District
Mr. Jason Hulett - Local Business Representative
Mr. Greg Hasty - Planning & Zoning Member and Presiding County Commissioner
Mr. Chris McElyea - Central Bank of Lake of the Ozarks
Dr. Lance Dye - Park Board Member and Downtown Business Representative
Mr. John Blair - Industry Representative
Ms. Angela Fiene - Citizens Against Domestic Violence
Mr. John McMahon - State Fair Community College
Mr. Byron Dudley - Laclede Electric Company
Rev. Kirk Baker - Camdenton First Baptist
Ms. Trish Creach - Camdenton Area Chamber Executive Director
Mr. Keith Lucas - Local Business Representative
Mr. Bob Rankin - Old Kinderhook Resort & Conference Center
Mr. Tom Williams - Lake Regional Health Systems Representative
Mr. Dan Hagedorn - Alderman
Mr. John McNabb - Mayor
Mr. Jeff Hancock - City Administrator
FISCAL IMPACT: None
RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the Mayor's recommendation/appointment.
APPROVALS:
Date: December 30, 2014
JULY 1, 2014 MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM 9-8: Review & Approval of the Unaudited City Financial Report for July 1, 20140ecember 31 , 2014
BACKGROUND:
In conformance with State Statutes RSMo 79.165 staff has prepared for publication the
Unaudited Financial Report for FY 2013-2014.
79. 165. In the event the financial statement of any fourth class city is not published as
required by section 79. 160, the treasurer of such city shall not pay out any money of the
c;ty on any warrant or order of the board of aldermen after the end of the month in which
such financial statement should have been published until such time as such financial
statement is published. Any treasurer violating the provisions of this section shall be
deemed guilty of a class A misdemeanor.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Approximately 140.00 for newspaper publication
RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the prepared unaudited financial statement for publication.
APPROVALS :
Date: December 30, 2014
Date:
ancock, City Administrator, ICMA-CM
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CITY OF CAMDENTON - FINANCIAL STATEMENT
JULY 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014
EXPENDITURES
REVENUE
General Fund
Water/Sewer Fund
1,158,546.93
974,950.73
1,604,717.93
439,167.18
424,147.49
1,572,959.46
0.00
0.00
98,174.46
Water Meter Deposit
Sinking Fund
Transportation Fund
Special Road Fund
Capital Improvements
Cemetery Trust Fund
40,200.00
9,130.63
136,600.92
1,075,843.12
514,554.25
2,388,105.95
2,652.83
6,056.50
318,031.39
465,030.27
238,460.89
2,971,055.23
1,176.40
0.00
168,926.06
Economic Development
TOTALS
CASH/INVESTMENT
135.19
5,330.00
68,701.35
3,182, 751.92
2,172,630.49
9,327,272.75
BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
Rev. Bond '01
515,000.00
TOTAL
515,000.00
We hereby certify that the above statement is a true and correct statement according to the
unaudited records on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Camdenton.
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Renee Kingston
John D. McNabb
City Clerk
Mayor
DECEMBER 16, 2014 MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
ITEM 9-C: Request to Fill Vacant Firefighter I Position
BACKGROUND:
The Camdenton Fire Department has been working towards filling the vacant Firefighter I
position which became vacant when Jim Clarke was promoted to Fire Inspector/Firefighter.
Testing and interviews were conducted on Tuesday, December 30, 2014.
Mr. Brien Kiser tested and interviewed strongly. He is currently in the internship program with
the Mid-County Fire Protection District. He graduated from the School of the Osage and also
has an Associate's Degree in Fire Science.
FISCAL IMPACT: The wage offered to Mr. Kiser is lower than what was budgeted for the
current Firefighter position.
RECOMMENDATION: Contingent upon satisfactory completion of the job specifics testing and
drug screen the following is recommended:
Mr. Kiser be hired as a Firefighter I effective Wednesday, January 14, 2015. He would be
considered a full time employee with benefits with a starting wage of $13.00 per hour. He will
be placed on six (6) month probation and will be expected to receive a satisfactory evaluation at
the end of the six (6) month period.
APPROVALS:
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Date: December 30, 2014
Date: December 30, 2014
J. Jeff Hancock, City Administrator, ICMA-CM
Prepaid Vouchers
Dec-14
VENDOR
DESCRIPTION
Angela's Catering
Cater Christmas Lunch/Admin
AT&T
Administration
Airport
Police
Fire
Park
Sewer
Street
Pool
AMOUNT
$
553.00
$
243.1 4
37.33
249.22
111.11
33 .02
33 .01
33.01
69 .91
809.75
AT&T
Internet/Street
$
60.00
AT&T
Internet/Pool
$
55.00
AT&T Mobility
Monthly Air Card Fee/Police
$
274.46
BankCard
Meal,LaTAP Grant/Admin Workshop.Badges/Police
$
41.23
C.A.D.V.
CADV Remittance
$
96.00
Carolyn S. Jones (December 2013)
Building Cleaning/Admin/Police
$
625.00
Cenex Fleet Card
(Vehicle Fuel}
Administration
Airport
Cemetary
Fire
Park
Police
Sewer
Street
Water
$
111 .87
0.00
0.00
336.37
340.33
1504.60
197.31
584.99
258.44
3,333.91
Charter Communications
Internet Service/Admin/Fire/PD
$
422.85
Charter Communication
Internet Services/Sewer
$
49.97
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc
Land Acq Project #14-045B-1 /Airport
$
18,482.91
Data Comm Inc.
Computer Monitoring/Admin/PD/Fire
$
SUBTOTAL $
866.00
25,670.08
BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD $
25,670.08
Prepaid Vouchers
Dec-14
VENDOR
DESCRIPTION
AMOUNT
Data Comm Inc
Copier Lease/Fire
$
120.44
Disc Golf Monkey
3 Disc Golf Baskets/Park
$
775.00
Farm Plan
ThermostaVStreet
$
51.99
G .E. Capital
Copier Lease/Police
$
135.00
Hancock, Jeff
Reimburse Meal, Meeting/Admin
$
19.78
Haynes Equipment Co, Inc
1/2 UV Disinfection System/WWTP
$
17,560.00
Laclede Electric Coop
Adm inistration
Police
Fire
Well
Sewer
Street
Street Lights
Park
Airport
Aquatic Center
$
946.50
879.50
400.00
5477.00
6012.96
262 .00
4229 .00
224.00
652 .07
367 .00
19,450.03
Lake Oasis Conoco #1
Fuel/Police
$
127.79
Mail Finance (November 2014)
Postage Lease/Admin/Water
$
132.47
Mail Finance
Postage /Adm in/Water/Fire/Police
$
600.00
Mainstreet Asphalt Maintenance
Street Striping , Proj #3720/Street
$
9,560.00
MCI
Long Distance Charges
$
81 .50
Mo. Dept. of Revenue (Nov 2014)
CVC Rem ittance
$
321 .64
Mo. Dept. of Revenue
Title 2015 Ford F-350/Street
$
11.00
MO PERM
Comprehensive Insurance Premium
$
93,043.00
Naught-Naught Insurance
Volunteer Fire, 2nd Installment/Fire
$
2,577.00
Newman, Comley & Ruth
Legal Svc.Mulberry Well/Water
$
SUBTOTAL $
1,132.13
171,368.85
BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD $
171,368.85
Prepaid Vouchers
Dec-14
VENDOR
DESCRIPTION
AMOUNT
Postmaster
Water Bills All Cycles
$
413.43
Public Water Dist #2
Treatment Plant, Airport Office, G hangar
$
26.58
Sakelaris Ford Lincoln
2015 Ford F-350/Street
$
25,672.00
Save-A-Lot
Hams & Turkeys/Admin
$
1,364.43
Save-A-Lot
Additional Turkeys/Admin
$
76.50
State of MO Treasurer
POST Rem ittance
$
45.12
Trace Analytics, Inc
Routine Analysis/Fire
$
310 .00
UMB Bank-St. Louis
Series 2010 Interest
$
8,865.63
Wright Express FSC
(Vehicle Fuel)
Administration
Cemetary
Fire
Park
Police
Sewer
Street
Water
Totals
0.00
0.00
15.37
0.00
313.63
0.00
122.97
65.67
$
$
.r
517.64
208,660.18.
12-2 J -201 4
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9:49 AM
PhCKET:
03683 Regular
VENDOR SET:
01
PAGE:
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P~ 1Tlents
-SUMMARY TOTALS
D I S T R I B U T I 0 N
F U N D
FUND NOff
FUND N/,ME
AMOUNT
10
GENERAL FUND
27, 929. 71CR
20
WATER/SEWER O&M FUND
11, 580. 73CR
30
TRANSPORTATION FUND
3 , 075.92CR
31
SPEC IAL RD DISTRICT FUND
6,025.00CR
50
SP R•/CAP IMP TAX FUND
l,9r2.74CR
50,574.lOCR
•• TOTALS ••
---- TYPE OF CHECK TOTALS ----
GROSS
NUMBER
DISCOUNT
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0 . 00
0.00
0.00
0 . 00
HAND CHECKS
DRAFTS
50,574.10
REG-CHECKS
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
o.oo
0.00
NON-CHECKS
50,574.10
50,574 . 10
TOTAL CHECKS TO PRINT:
50
ERRORS:
0
WARNINGS:
50 ,574 . lOCR
50,574.10
EFT
ALL CHECKS
PAYMENT
BALANCE
0
50,574.lOCR
0 . 00
OUTSTANDING
0.00
0 . 00
o.oo
0 . 00
0.00
0.00
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VENDOR SET :
01
PAGE,
1
-,.:NOOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRI PTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
GROSS
DISC DT
01- 15 63
BALANCE
FIX WINDSHIELD.TRUCK # 3 / PAR 99
R
12/31/2014
35.00
G,'L ACCOUNT
50
551-0530
VEHICLE REPAIRS / MAINTENANCE
35.00
REG. CHECK
FIX WINDSHIELD,TRUCK #3/PARK
35 . 00
35.00
4 GAL CAR WASH CONCENTRATE/ 99
R
12/3 1/2014
15.16
10
503-0530
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
VENDOR TOTALS
15.16
15.16CR
REG. CHECK
4 BOTTLES CAR WASH CONCENTRATE
15 .1 6
15.16
15 . 16CR
0.00
0 . 00
BIG 0 TIRES
I 025013-69043
4 TIRES, PD #12/POLICE
99
R
12/3 1/ 2014
10
I 025013-6916 1
502-0530
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
6 TIRES,CPW #12/STREET
474 . 2 1
R
99
12/31/2014
G/ L ACCOUNT
30
I 025013-69271
520- 0 530
REPAIRS / MAINTENANCE
2 TIRES , PD #9/POLICE
502-0530
474.21CR
4 TIRES, PD #12/POLICE
771. 72
771. 72CR
771. 72
99
771.72
R
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
474.21
474.21
G/L ACCOUNT
6 TIRES , CPW #12 / STREET
302.06
302 . 06CR
302 . 0 6
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
VENDOR TOTALS
302.06
REG. CHECK
2 TIRES, PD #9 / POLICE
1,547 . 99
1,547.99
l,547.99CR
0 . 00
BLEDSOE CONOCO SERVICE
#312,ANNL CHASSIS,ENGINE MA 99
R
12/ 31 / 2014
G/L i'.CCOUNT
10
I 4 665
0 . 00
0.00
15.16
G/L ACCOUNT
I 4658
35.00CR
AUTO ZONE
I 4442529628
01 - 0655
35.00CR
35 . 00
VENDOR TOTALS
01-0122
OUTSTANDING
ACCURATE GLASS LLC
I 284 8
0 1 -1673
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
503-0530
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
# 3 11,ANNL CH;.SSIS' ENGINE MA 99
503 - 0530
617. 0lCR
617 . 01
6 1 7.01
R
12/ 31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
617.01
#312,ANNL CHASSIS,ENGINE MAI NT
586.08
5S6.08CR
586 . 08
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
586.08
#311,ANNL CHASSIS,ENGINE MAINT
0 . 00
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VENDOR SET:
01
PAGE:
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
DISC DT
#318,ANNL CHASSIS,ENGINE MA 99
I 46 €-6
R
503-0530
REPAIRS.'!1AINTENANCE
529 . 67
R
12/31/2014
502-0530
669.60
REPAIRS.'MAINTENANCE
R
502-0530
#318 ,ANNL CHASSIS.ENGINE MAINT
669.60CR
PD12 FUEL PUMP,FILTER,TOW/POLI
480.41
12 ,' 31 / 2014
480.41 CR
480.41
G/L ACCOUNT
10
529.67CR
669.60
PD2,THERMOSTAT,HARM BALANCE 99
I 96348
DISCOUNT
(69.60
G/L ACCOUNT
10
BALANCE
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
VENL\)R TOTALS
480.41
REG. CHECK
PD2,THERMOSTAT,HARM BALANCER,S
2. 882 . 77
2,882.77CR
2 , 882.77
01-1545
OUTSTANDING
529 . 67
PD12 FUEL PUMP,FILTER ,TOW / P 99
I 96229
PAYMENT
529.67
12/31 / 2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
GROSS
0.00
0.00
EJUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
I 81635326
4 TRAUMA KITS/POLICE
99
R
48 0 . 00
12/ 31/ 2014
10
502-0770
I 53828
48 0 .00
CONTINGENCIES
VENDOR TOTALS
01-1616
REG. CHECK
PARK DIR CITY SHIRT/PARK
50
99
480.00
480.00CR
480. 00
0.00
0.00
R
12/Sl/2014
48.95
551-0440
48.95CR
48.95
OFFICE SUPPLIES
VENDOR TOT_;Ls
I 18033
4 TRAUMA KITS / POLICE
BW GRAPHICS
G.'L hCCOUNT
01-008)
480.00CR
48 0.00
G/L ACCOUNT
48.95
PARK DIR CITY SHIRT/PARK
48 . 95
REG. CHECK
48.95CR
48 . 95
0 .00
169.00
16 '' . OOCR
0.00
CAMDEN CO . FIRE & SAFETY
1 9 ANNL FIRE EXTINGUISHER S 99
R
12/31,'2014
169.00
G/ L ACCOUNT
10
503-0530
'JENDOR TOTALS
RE PAIRS / MAINTENANCE
REG . CHECK
169 . 00
19 ANNL FIRE EXTINGUISHER S VC/
169.00
1G9. OOCR
1 69.00
0.00
0 . 00
12-29-2014
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·."ENWR SET:
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PAGE:
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
DISC OT
01-0687
BALANCE
PAYMENT
CAMDEN COUNTY TREASURER
I 012015-Monthly
DISPATCH FEES/ POLICE/FIRE
99
R
1 ,' 01/20 1 5
5,038.97
1
G L ACC')UNT
5,038.97CR
5,038.97
10
502-0750
DISPATCHING
4,376.95
DISPATCH FEES/ POLICE/FIRE
10
503-0750
DISPATCHING
662 . 02
DISPATCH FEES/POLICE /FIRE
5,038 . 97
REG. CHECK
VENDOR Ton.Ls
5,038.97CR
5,038.97
01-1652
2 PATROL RIFLES/POLI CE
R
99
12 .' 31/2014
1,400.00
10
I 270384
502-0470
NEW EQUIPMENT/OFFICE
24 BOXES,AMMO/POLICE
1,400.00
R
99
12/31.'2014
502-0735
2 PATROL RIFLES/POLICE
264.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
264 . 00
24 BOXES,A/.!MO IPOLICE
l,[64.00
REG. CHECK
1,664.00
DOG FOOD/POLICE
99
R
1 2 / 31/2014
10
502 - 067 0
CANINE EXPENSE
C5.98
65 . 98
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
65.98CR
DOG FOOD/POLICE
65.98
65.98CR
65.98
0 . 00
1 75.00
1 75.00CR
DARREN KREH BIEL CONSULTANTS
REVIEW SCH')()L PLANS .CAMDEN
99
R
12/31/2014
175.00
G/L ACCOUNT
50
550-0930
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
MEETINGS, SLUDGE BASIN.'WWTP
99
175 . 00
R
12/31.'2014
20
511-0905
8,625 . 00
CAPITAL OUTLAY
El!ERGENCY ACTION, UV SYSTEM/ 99
R
1 2/31.'2014
G/L ACCOUNT
20
511 - 05'05
RE .. IEW SCHOOL PLANS.CAMDEN A•E
8,625.00
8,625 . 00CR
8,625.00
G/L ACCOUNT
I 154
0 . 00
0.00
65.98
G/L ACCOUNT
#159
l ,664 .00CR
CAMDENTON LAWN & GARDEN
I 312069
I
264.00CR
264 . 00
VENDOR TOTALS
I #1 55
1, 40 0 . 00CR
1,400.00
G/L ACCOUNT
01-0068
0.00
0.00
C.'!\MDENTON FIREARMS LLC
I 270383
01-1213
OUTSTANDING
DISCOUNT
MEETINGS,SLUD3E BASIN/WWTP
105.00
105.00CR
105.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY
105 . 00
EMERGENCY ACTION, u·; SYSTEM/ WWT
0.00
12-2 3 -2014
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VEND'.)R SET :
01
PAGE:
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
BANK
DESCRIPTION
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GR)SS
DISC OT
I 160
PROF
S 1 "C,CLINT AVE ROAD,DR 9 ?
R
6,025.00
12/31/2014
521-0960
STREET RESTORATION
6,025.00
REG. CHECK
'JENDOR TOTALS
PROF
I 73163
14,930.00
COPIER MAINT,OVERAGES/POLIC 99
10
R
12 / H /2014
57.80
502-0460
OFFICE EQUIPMENT REPAIRS/MAINT
COPIER MAINT,OVERAGES/FIRE
10
99
R
57.80
12/31/2014
503-04(0
501-0460
OFFICE EQT REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
R
17.00
12/31/2014
I 76041
OFFICE EQUIPMENT REPAIRS/MAINT
R
30.28
I 76042
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OTHER
2,969 . 07
R
1 2,31/2014
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OTHER
REBUILD STATI ON ,DRAWER/FIRE 99
I 7637 9
1249
R
174.00
12/31/2014
174 . 00CR
REBUILD STATION,CHAIR MAT/FIRE
73.07
73.07CR
73 . 07
7 j .07
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OTHER
2 CARTONS,COPY PAPER 1 ADM/ WA
~9
R
12/31/2014
REBUILD STATION,DRAWER/FIRE
59 . 98
59 . 98CR
59.98
10
50 1 -0440
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
19 . 99
20
510 - 0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
19.99
2 CARTONS,COPY PAPER/ ADM / WATER
20
511-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
20 . 00
2 CARTONS,COPY PAPER/ADM/ WATER
2 SIDE CHAIRS,CHIEF OFFICE/ 99
R
12/31 / 2014
10
1249
ACCOUNTS RECEr: ABLE OTHER
COPIER MAINTENANCE, 0'/ERAGES 99
502-04(0
213.34CR
213. 34
R
213. 34
12/31 / 2014
2 SIDE CHAIRS,CHIEF OFFICE/FIR
52 . 82
G/L ACCOUNT
10
2 CARTONS,COPY PAPER/ADM.'WATER
213.34
G/L ACCOUNT
I 77436
REBUILD STATION.FURNITURE/FIRE
174 . 00
G/L ACCOUNT
I 76381
2,969 . 07CR
174.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
30 . 28CR
COPIER MAINTENANCE ,OVERAGES/AD
2,969.07
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
1249
COPIER MAINT,OVERAGES/FIRE
2,969 . 07
REBUILD STATION,CHAIR MAT/F 9 9
10
17 . 00CR
30.28
REBUILD STATION,FURNITURE / F 99
124:'
MAINT,OVER.~GES/POLICE
30.28
G/L ACCOUNT
10
57 .8 0CR
17.00
COPIER MAINTENANCE,OVERA3ES 99
10
COPIER
17.00
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 76040
0 . 00
57.80
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 75923
14,930.00CR
DATA COMM
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 75345
6,025 . 00CR
SVC,CLINT A'.'E R0AD,DRAIN
14,930.00
01 - 1414
OUTSTANDING
DISCOUNT
6,025.00
G/L ACCOUNT
31
PAYMENT
BALANCE
52.82CR
52 . 82
OFFICE EQUIPMENT REPAIRS/MAINT
52. 82
COPIER MAINTENANCE, O'/ERAGES/PD
0 . 00
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
DISC DT
VENDOR TOT.'\LS
BALANCE
REG . CHECK
3,647.36
3,647.36
01- 1 627
TRUCK #3 OIL CHANGE,' Pl'.RK
99
R
12,'31.' 2014
54 . 89
G/ L ACCOUNT
50
3, £47 . 3 6CR
0.00
0.00
551-0530
..EHICLE REPAIRS / l!AINTENANCE
R
99
54.89
12/31/2014
I 270
551-0530
'J'EHICLE REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
PD 6 OIL CHANGE.'POLICE
I 354
502-0530
99
R
35.99
I 406
REPAIRS / MAINTENANCE
33.00
R
99
12/ 31 / 2014
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
99
33.00
R
12/31/2014
33.00
33.00
REPAIRS / MAINTENANCE
R
99
12/31/2014
502-0530
33.00CR
PD 9 OIL CHANGE/POLICE
33 . 00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
PD 3 OIL CHANGE/POLICE
33.00
PD #5,0IL CHANGE/POLICE
83
33.00CR
33 . 00
PD 9 OIL CHANGE,' POLICE
502-0530
PD 6 OIL CHANGE/POLICE
33 . 00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
33.00CR
33.00
PD 3 OIL CHANGE/POLICE
502-0530
TRUCK #10 OIL CHANGE/ PARK
33.00
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
35 .9 9CR
35.99
G/L ACCOUNT
10
TRUCK #3 OIL CHANGE/PARK
35 . 9 9
G/ L ACCOUNT
50
54.89CR
5 4 .89
TRUCK #10 OIL CHANGE/PARK
I 213
33.00CR
33 . 00
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
·; ENI'.'0 R TOTALS
01-1632
OUTSTANDING
DEPENDABLE AUTOMOTIVE, LLC
I 211
I
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
33.00
REG. CHECK
PD #5,0IL CHANGE/POLICE
222.88
222.88CR
222.88
0.00
0.00
DIGITAL-ALLY
I 1072030
2 IN-CAR VIDEO CAMERAS'POL I 99
R
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
502-0905
VENDOR TOTALS
7,150.00
7,150 . 00CR
7,150.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY
REG. CHECK
7,150 . 00
2 IN-CAR VIDEO CAMERAS/POLICE
7,150 . 00
7,150.00
7,150 . 00CR
0.00
0.00
12-29-2014
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01
PAGE:
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' 'ENDOR SEQUENCE
"'ENDOR
ITEM
NO~
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
Bi-.LANCE
DI SC OT
01-0387
20 TASER CARTR IDGES/ POLICE
99
R
12/ 31/2014
489.28
G/L ACCOUNT
10
502-0C30
489.28CR
489.28
489 . 28
AMMUNITION
VENDOR TOTALS
REG. CHECK
20 TASER CARTRIDGES.'POLICE
489.28
489.28CR
489. 28
0.00
0.00
ELLIS BATTERY
I 313849
STREAMLIGHT FLASHLIGHT BATT 99
R
12/31/2014
32.32
G/L ACCOUNT
10
502-0610
32. 3;.CR
32.32
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
VENDOR TOTALS
32.32
STREAMLIGHT FLASHLIGHT BATTERI
32.32
REG. CHECK
32.32
01-1377
OUTSTANDING
ED ROEHR RADIO CO. INC.
I 420£09
01-1463
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
32.32CR
0.00
0.00
ENGINEERING SURVEYS & SERVI
I ESS0612l 8
WWTP EFFLUENT ANALYSIS/WWTP 99
R
12/31/2014
209.00
20
511-0774
LIFT STATION/TREAT PLANT
"'ENDOR TOTALS
01-0828
209.00
REG. CHECK
WWTP EFFLUENT ANALYSIS /WWTP
209.00
209.00CR
209.00
0.00
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP/POLICE
99
R
12/31/2014
50.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
502-0560
50.00CR
50.00
ASSOCIATION DUES
VENDOR TOTALS
50.00
REG. CHECK
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP/ POLICE
50.00
50.00
I 73268
0.00
FBI ; LEEDA
I 2487-15
01-0312
209.00CR
209.00
G/ L ACCOUNT
50.00CR
0.00
0.00
FRANKS UNIFORMS INC.
UNIFOR!I ALTERATIONS/FIRE
99
R
12/31,'20 14
32.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
503-0210
VENDOR TOTALS
32.00CR
32.00
32.00
UNIFORllS
REG. CHECK
UNIFORM ALTERATIONS / FIRE
32.00
32.00
32.00CR
0.00
0.00
12-29-2014
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01
7
VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
GROSS
DISC DT
01-0384
BALANCE
LAB SUPPLIES/WWTP
R
99
127.29
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
20
511-0610
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
127 . 29
REG. CHECK
LAB SUPPLIES/WWTP
127 . 29
127 . 29CR
127.29
0.00
158.62
l58.62CR
0.00
HIGH BROTHERS LUMBER CO
I 9}11:8
FIRE DEPT REPAIRS/FIRE
R
99
12/31/2014
G/ L ACCOUNT
10
1249
158 . 62
ACCOUNTS RECEI VABLE OTHER
12' MOULDING,PAINT/ADM," PD
99
158.62
R
12/31/ 2014
FIRE DEPT REPAIRS/FIRE
20.54
20.54CR
20 . 54
G/L ACCOUNT
10
501-0340
GRJUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
10 . 27
12 ' MOULDING,PAINT.'ADM/PD
10
502-034 0
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
10 . 27
12 ' MOULDING,PAINT.'ADM/PD
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
179 .16
179.16CR
179.16
0.00
0 . 00
HULETT CHEVROLET-BUICK-GMC,
I 62631
PD #1 KEY,"POLICE
99
R
12 /3 1 /2014
29.82
G/L ACCOUNT
10
I CVCS85589
502-0530
REPAIRS /MAINTENANCE
FIX HEATER,PD#l/POLICE
10
502-0530
29.82CR
29.82
99
:3.82
R
12/31 /2014
PD #1 KEY/POLICE
42.26
G/L ACCOUNT
42. 26CR
42.26
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
·•ENDOR TOTALS
01-1589
127.29CR
127.2J
VENDOR TOTALS
01-0221
OUTSTANDING
HACH COMPANY
I 9148542
01-0051
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
42.26
REG. CHECK
FIX HEATER,PD#l/ POLICE
72 . 08
72. 08CR
72 . 08
0 . 00
105.00
105.00CR
J & S PEST CONTROL LLC
I 2014 12179180
Bl'S SPRAY.'ADM/PD.'FIRE/AIRPO 99
R
12/31/2014
105.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
501-03 40
GROUNDS - BLDG/ CLEAN.'IC.INT
20 . 00
BUG SPRAY,';.DM/ PD/FIRE.'AIRPORT
10
502-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
20.00
BUG SPRAY,'ADl>l/ PD 1 FIRE.'AIRPORT
10
503-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/ CLE;.N/MAINT
45 . 00
BUG SPRAY /;.OM.' PD/ FIRE/ AIRPORT
50
551 - 03 40
GROUNDS-BLDGiCLEAN1MAINTENANCE
0 . 00
BUG SPRAY/ ADM,' PD ' FIRE/ AIRPORT
0 . 00
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..ENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
DISC DT
30
522-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
"C:NDOR TOTALS
01-0010
20. 00
REG. CHECK
GROSS
PAYMENT
BALANCE
DISCOUNT
OUTSTANDING
BUG SPRAY/ADM/PD/FIRE.'AIRPORT
105.00
105 . 00CR
105.00
0.00
0.00
JACKS SPORTING GOODS
I 385748
PD #3 KEYS/POLICE
99
R
12 /31/20 14
7.48
10
I 386599
502-0440
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
PARTS, FIX HEATER/ FIRE
9,
7 . 48
R
12/31/2014
I 386603
503-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/ CLEAN'MAINT
MISC PLUMBING SUPPLIES "FIRE 99
I 386608
503-0340
16.20
R
I 386757
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
99
3.72
R
12/31/2014
1 9.90
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
19.90
R
12; 31/2014
I 386800
GROUNDS-BLDG/ CLEAN/MAINT
RECEPTICLE COVERS,SUPPLIES/ 99
I 386874
501-0340
22 .64
R
I 387168
GROUNDS-BLDG,'CLEAN/!!AINT
14 . 35
R
12/31 /2014
I 3£7284
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
99
38.98
R
12 / 31/2014
"ENDOR TOTALS
14C.65CR
146.65
14( .6 5
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN! MAINT
2 EXTENSION CORDS.'WWTP
511-0610
TOGGLES, BOLTS, DRILL BIT/STREET
146.65
99
R
12/31/2014
35 BAGS QUICKCRETE/FIRE
6.58
G/L J,CCOUNT
20
38.98CR
38. 9C:
35 BAGS QUICKCRETE/FIRE
503-0340
RECEPTICLE COVERS,SUPPLIES/ADM
38.98
GIL ACCOUNT
10
14 . 35CR
14. 35
TOGGLES,BOLTS,DRILL BIT/STR 99
520-0610
DR;.IN,TRAP,PLUMBERS PUTTY/PD
14.35
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
30
22.6 4CR
22.64
G/L ACCOUNT
10
19.90CR
l" GALV PLUGS/WAT
22.64
G/L ACCOUNT
502 - 0340
MISC PLUMBING SUPPLIES/FIRE
19.90
DRAIN, TRAP, PLUMBERS PUTTY/P 99
10
3.72CR
3. 72
l" GALV PLUGS/WAT
510-0610
PARTS, FIX HEATER/ FIRE
3 . 72
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
20
16.20CR
16. 20
G.'L ACCOUNT
10
PD #3 KEYS/PULICE
16.20
G/L ACCOUNT
10
7.48CR
7.48
G/L ACCOUNT
6 . 58CR
6.58
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
REG. CHECK
6 .58
2 EXTENSION CORDS/WWTP
276.50
276.50CR
276.50
0.00
0.00
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VENDOR SET:
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R~jular
P.; GE:
9
Payment s
VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
GROSS
DISC DT
0 1- 0078
BALANCE
MEJtORIAL PLANT,'ADMIN
R
99
12.'31:2014
41.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
50 1 -044 0
SUPPLIES & M;\TERIALS
41. 0 0
REG. CHECK
MEMORIAL PLANT/ ADllIN
41.00
41.00
41. OOCR
0.00
0.00
LAKE AVIATION CENTER, LLC
I 012015-1
UTILITY REIMB URSEMENT/AIRPO 99
R
225 . 00
1 /01/ 2 0 15
225.00CR
225.00
G,'L ACCOUNT
30
522-0320
ELECTRICITY
30
522-0430
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
85. 00
UTILITY RE IMBURSEMENT/ AIRPORT
140 . 0 0
UTILITY REIMBURSEMENT/ AI RPORT
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
225.00
225.00CR
225.00
0 . 00
0 . 00
LAKE SUN LE;;r)ER
NOTICE ,BD OF ADJ 15 - 0lBA/AD 99
I 1908 4
R
12 / 31/2014
42.75
10
50 1 - 0720
4 2 . 75
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTI CE,BD OF ADJ 15-02BA/AD 99
I 19085
R
12/31/2014
501-0720
LEGAL NOTICES
4 0 . 50
R
12,' 31 / 20 14
20
NOTICE ,BD OF ADJ 15-02BA/ADll
20 . 25
20.25CR
20.25
G/L ACCOUNT
20
40 . 50CR
40 . 50
NOTICE, WATER,SEWER RATE/WAT 99
I 19094
NOTICE,BD OF ADJ 15-0 lBA/ADM
40.50
G/ L ACCOUNT
10
4 2 . 75CR
42.75
G/L ACCOUNT
510-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
1 0 . 12
NOTI CE, WATER,SEWER RATE.'WATER/
511-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
10 . 1 3
NOTICE,WATER, SEWER RATE / WATER/
VENDOR TOTALS
01-0005
41.00CR
41.00
VENDOR TOTALS
01-0020
OUTST;..NDING
JANINE'S FLOWERS
I 126125
01-1207
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
REG. CHECK
103.50
103. 50CR
103 . 5 0
0 .00
LAKESIDE OFFICE SUPPLY
I 298674
SHI P BADGES, REFURBISHING.' PO 99
R
12 / 31/2014
9.68
10
I 298737
502-04 1 0
9 . 68
POSTAGE
1 4 DESK CALENDARS /POLICE
99
R
502 - 0440
SHIP BADGES,REFURBISHING/POLIC
64 . 13
12/31/2014
64 . 13CR
64 . 13
G/L ACCOUNT
10
9 . 68CR
9 . 68
G/L ACCOUNT
SUPPLIES & llATERIALS
64.13
1 4 DESK CALENDARS/POLICE
0.00
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''ENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
BALANCE
DISC OT
I
2 ) ~067
SHIP 503 SLUDGE SAMPLES.'WWT 99
R
12,' 31,'2014
35 .56
G/ L ACC.'.JUNT
20
I
299185
511-0774
LIFT STATION/TREAT PLANT
SHIP WWTP EFFLUENT SAMPLES,' 99
I 2992 70
511-0774
35 .56
R
12 /31/20 14
LIFT STATION.'TREJ.T PLANT
11. Bl
R
99
12/31 /2 014
'0 .89
PERMIT FEES
60.89
REG. CHECK
TARGETS,STANDS/POLICE
99
R
12/31/2014
G/L ACCOUNT
10
SHIP TCE SAMPLES/WATER
182 . 07
182. 07CR
182.07
0.00
216.62
216.62CR
502-0735
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
216.62
REG. CHECK
TP.RGETS,STANDS/POLICE
216 .62
216.62CR
216.62
0.00
MEMBERSHIP DUES; ADMIN
99
R
12 /31,'2014
50 .00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
501-0560
50.00CR
50.00
ASSOC IATION DUES
'..'ENDOR TOTALS
50. 00
REG. CHECK
llEllBERSHIP DUES,'ADMIN
50.00
50. 00
50.0 0CR
0 . 00
0.0 0
MCDUFFEY LAB
EFFLUENT BOD ANALYSIS/ WWTP
,~
R
1 2/3 1/2014
35.00
G/L ACCOUNT
20
I 18957
0.00
MAC;. TREASURER/DEBRA FREISE
I 2015
I 18954
0 .00
216.62
'..'ENI:OR TOTALS
01 - 0080
60.89CR
LAW ENFORCEMENT TARGETS, IN
I 0265379 - IN
01-0822
SHIP WWTP EFFLUENT SAMPLES/WWT
60.89
..ENDOR TOTALS
01-1486
ll.8lCR
11 .81
SHIP TCE SAMPLES/WATER
510-0760
35.56CR
SHIP 503 SLUDGE SAMPLES/WWTP
11. 81
G/L 1.CCOUNT
20
OUTSTANDING
35.56
G/ L ACCOUNT
20
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
511 - 0774
LIFT ST;>.TION/ TREAT PLANT
INFLUENT BOD ANALYSIS/ WWTP
)9
35.00
R
12/31/2014
511 - 0774
VENDOR TOTALS
EFFLUENT BOD ANALYSIS/WWTP
35.00
G,'L ACCOUNT
20
35.00CR
35.00
35.00CR
35. 00
LI FT STATION/ TREAT PLANT
REG. CHECK
35 . 00
INFLUENT BOD ANALYSIS/ WWTP
70 . 00
70.00
70.00CR
0 .00
0.00
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
DI SC DT
01-0899
BALANCE
HEATING FUEL/ STREET
99
R
218.75
12/31/2014
30
520-0330
HEATING FUEL
VENDOR TOTALS
218.75
REG. CHECK
HEATING FUEL/STREET
218.75
218.75CR
218.75
0.00
MEMBERSHIP DUES/ADMIN
99
R
12/31/2014
2J.OO
10
501-0560
ASSOCIATION DUES
20 . 00
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
MEMBERSHIP DUES/ ADMIN
20.00
20.00
20 . 00CR
0.00
0.00
MISSOURI ONE CALL SYSTEM, I
I 4110115
32 WATER LOCATES/WATER
99
R
41. 60
12/31,' 20 14
20
510-0430
41. 60CR
41.60
G/L ACCOUNT
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
VENDOR TOT;.LS
41. 60
32 WATER LOCATES/WATER
41. 60
REG. CHECK
41. 60CR
41. 60
0 . 00
100.00
100.00CR
0.00
MO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE
I 200006403
MCMA WINTER WORKSHOP/ADMIN
)9
R
12/31/2014
100.00
G/ L ACCOUNT
10
501-0735
100.00
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
VENDOR TOTALS
I 2 0 15
20 . 00CR
20.00
G/L ACCOUNT
01-0214
0.00
MID-llISSOURI MACA
I 2015
01-0242
218 . 75CR
218.75
G/L ACCOUNT
01-1043
OUTSTANDING
MFA PROPANE 2045
I 00001269593
01-1441
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
REG. CHECK
MCMA WINTER WORKSHOP/ADMIN
1 00.00
100.00CR
100.00
0.00
0.00
MO PEACE OFFICERS ASSOCIA
MEMBERSHIP DUES/POLICE
99
R
75.00
12/31/2014
10
502-0560
VENDOR TOTALS
75 . 00CR
75.00
G/L ACCOUNT
ASSOCIATION DUES
REG. CHECK
75 . 00
MEMBERSHIP DUES/ POLICE
75.00
75.00
75. OOCR
0.00
0 . 00
12-29 - 2014
9:49
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03683 Regular Payments
VENOOR SET:
01
PAGE:
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
DESCRIPTION
ITE!t NO#
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
OT
GROSS
DISC OT
01 - 1694
MOBELL
BALANCE
1X2 HDMI SPLITTER/ADM
R
99
12/:,1/2014
88.53
50
550-0945
OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS
VENOOR TOT.hLS
88 .5 3
REG . CHECK
1X2 HDMI SPLITTER/ADM
88 . 53
88.53
88.53CR
0 .0 0
0.00
MOTOR HUT
CHAIN SAW, POLE SAW CHAINS/W 99
I 35735
R
12/31/2014
19 . 00
20
511-0610
19.00CR
19.00
G/L ACCOUNT
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
VENOOR TOTALS
19.00
REG. CHECK
CHAIN SAW, POLE SAW CHAINS/WWTP
19.00
19.00
1 9 . 00CR
0.00
0 .00
NAPWDA
MEMBERSHIP DUES/POLICE
I 2015
R
99
12 / 31/2014
45.00
10
502 - 0560
45.00CR
45.00
G/L ACCOUNT
45.00
ASSOCIATION DUES
-."ENOOR TOTALS
MEMBERSHIP DUES/POLICE
45.00
REG. CHECK
45.00
01-0003
88.53CR
88.53
G/L ACCOUNT
01 - 0608
OUTSTANDING
LLC
I 385
01-0074
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
45.00CR
0.00
O ' REILLY AUTO PARTS
I 4044-368750
HYO FLUID.SPREADER FITTINGS 99
R
12/31/2014
4 5.99
G/L ACCOUNT
30
I 4044-371149
520-0530
REPAIRS/MAI NTENANCE
PD 10 WIPER BLADES/POLICE
99
45 . 99
R
12/31 / 2014
I 4 044-372 1 67
502-0530
REPAIRS / l lAINTENANCE
2 TAIL LIGHTS, #5 /STREET
I 4044- 373323
520-0530
99
29.98
R
12 /3 1 /~014
7 .98CR
7.98
7.98
REPA IRS/MAINTENANCE
FREON REFILL PD 12/POLICE
502-0530
PD 10 WI PER BLADES/POLICE
7.98
99
R
12/31 / 2014
2 TAIL LIGHTS, #5/STREET
19.98
l9.98CR
19 . 98
G/L ACCOUNT
10
29 . 98CR
29 . 98
G/L ACCOUNT
30
HYD FLUID.SPREADER FITTINGS .'ST
29 . 98
G/L ACCOUNT
10
4 5 . 9:iCR
4 5 . 99
RE PAIRS,'MAINTENJ.NCE
19 . 98
FREON REFILL PD 12/POLICE
0.00
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01
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VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENI:'0R
ITEJ.1 NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
GROSS
DT
DISC DT
I 4044-373402
FREON REFILL PD 12.'POLICE
R
99
BALANCE
12/31/2014
2.01
G L ACCOUNT
10
I 4044 - 374487
502 - 0530
2 . 01
REPAIRS/llAINTENANCE
R
2 GENERATOR BLOCK HEATERS/W 99
I 4044 - 374522
511-0610
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
146 . 66
R
12 /3 1.'2014
2 GENERATOR BLOCK HEATERS/WWTP
24.22
24.2~CR
24.22
tlATERIALS & SUPPLIES
24 . 22
REG . CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
01-1402
146 . 66CR
146.66
PARTS,FIX PLANT GENERATOR/W 9)
511 -06 10
2.0lCR
FREON REFILL PD 12/POLICE
146.66
12.'31.'2014
G/ L ACCOUNT
20
OUTSTANDING
2.01
G/ L ACCOUNT
20
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
PARTS, FIX PLANT GENERATOR/ WWTP
276 . 82
276.82CR
276.82
0.00
0.00
QUALITY SALES & SERVICE INC
I 490-12514
REPLhCE PAPI SLAVE BOARD/Al 99
R
12/31,'2014
1,053.20
30
522-0340
GROUNDS - BLDG/ CLEAN/MAINT
1 ,053.20
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
REPLACE PAPI SLAVE BOARDI AIRPO
1,053.20
1,053.20
01 - 004 ~·
REPAI R WELL CONTROLS/WATER
99
R
1,483.50
12/31/2014
20
510 -0635
VENDOR TOTALS
l, 4 8 3 . 50
PUMP EXPENSE
l, 4 83.50CR
REPAIR WELL CONTROLSi WATER
1,483.50
REG . CHECK
1,483.50
1,483. SUCR
0.00
0 .00
SAKELhRIS FORD LINCOLN
PD 12 NEW FUEL SENSOR , GAS T 99
R
12/31/2014
458.82
10
502-0530
REPAIRS ,'!·IAINTENANCE
458.-2
R
PD 12 NEW FUEL GAUGE WIRE/ P 99
12.1 31/ 2014
502-0530
VENDOR TOTALS
PD 12 NEW FUEL SENSOR,GAS TANK
45 . 00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
458.82CR
458.82
G/L ACCOUNT
I 14097
0 .00
0.00
1,483. 50
G/L ACCJUNT
I 13469
l ,053.20CR
R.E. PEDROTTI COMPANY INC.
I 00049357-2CAJ.1MH
01 - 0067
l , 053.20CR
1,053.20
G/L ACCOUNT
45.00CR
45 . 00
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
REG . CHECK
45.00
PD 12 NEW FUEL GAUGE WIRE/ F)Ll
503.82
503. f 2CR
503.82
0 . 00
0 .00
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01
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","ENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
BANK
DESCRIPTION
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
GROSS
DISC DT
01-1329
BALANCE
5 GAL FOAM CONCENTRATE/FIRE 99
R
12/31,'2014
550.00
G'L ACCOUNT
10
I 31725
503 - 0530
REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE
6 SETS BUNKER GEAR/FIRE
10
503-0470
550.00CR
550.00
99
550 . 00
R
GAL FOAM CONCENTRATE/FIRE
1,883.45
1:/ 31/2014
1,883 . 45CR
l,883.45
G/L ACCOUNT
NEW EQUIPMENT/OFFICE
1,883.45
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
6 SETS BUNKER GEAR/FIRE
2,433.45
2,433.45
2,433.45CR
0.00
0.00
ST . LOUIS CO MUNICIPAL LEAG
I 201412189182
TRAINING PR;)GRAM,ELECTIONS/ 99
R
12/31/2014
1 0.00
10
I 2014121891 83
501-0735
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
TRAINING PROGRAM,ELECTIONS /
39
10.00
R
12/31/2014
I 201412189184
501-0735
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
TRAINING PROGRAM.ELECTIONS/ 99
501-0735
10.00CR
10.00
10.00
R
12/31.' 2014
TRAINING PROGRAM,ELECTIONS/ADM
10 .00
10.00CR
10.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
TRAINING PROGRAM, ELECTIONS/ ADM
10.00
G/L ACCOUNT
10
10.00CR
1 0.00
G/L ACCOUNT
REGISTRATION & TRAINING
10.00
REG. CHECK
VENDOR TOTALS
01- 0641
OUTSTANDING
SENTINEL EMERGENCY SOLUTION
I 31568
01-16n
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
TRAINING PROGRAM, ELECTIONS/ADM
30 . 00
30.00CR
30.00
0.00
141.55
141. 55CR
STAPLES CONTRACT & COMMERC I
I 3250084371
4 PRINTER INKS, PENCIL HOLDE 99
R
12 / 31/2014
141.55
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 3250084372
10
50 1 -04 40
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
56.38
4 PRINTER I NKS,PENCIL HOLDERS/
:o
510 - 0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
42 . 58
4 PRINTER INKS,PENCIL HOLDERS/
20
511-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
42.59
4 PRINTER INKS,PENCIL HOLDERS/
5 PRINTER INK,LEGAL PADS /AD 99
R
146.69
12/31 / 2014
I 3250084373
146 . 69CR
146.69
G/L ACCOUNT
20
510-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
32 . 48
20
511-0440
OFFICE EXPENSE
32.48
PRINTER INK, LEGAL PADS/ADM,'W
10
50 1-04 40
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
81.73
PRINTER INK, LEGAL p,\DS/ ADM/W
··;;cuUM CLEANER/ADM/PD
99
R
12/31/2014
501-0340
330.87
330.87CR
330.87
G/L ACCOUNT
10
PRINTER INK, LEGAL PADS/ADM/W
GROUNDS-BLW/CLEAN/MAINT
165.43
·,·ncUUM CLEANER/ ADf.l; PD
0.00
12-29-2014
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. 'ENDOR SEQUENCE
VENDOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
GROSS
OT
DISC OT
10
I 3250084374
502-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
"lnCUUl1 CLEANER BAGS/ADM/PD
9)
BALANCE
165.44
R
12/31/2014
I 3250084375
10
501-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
6. 79
VJ,CUUM CLEANER BAGS/ADii/PD
10
502-0340
GROUNDS-BLD3/CLE;.N/MAINT
6 . 79
VACUUll CLEANER BAGS/ADM/ PD
CLEANING SUPPLIES/ADM/ PD
99
R
12/31/2014
141.20
141.20CR
141. 20
10
501 - 0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
70 .6 0
CLEANING SUPPLIES/ADM/PD
10
502-0340
GROUNDS-BLDJ,'CLEAN/ MAINT
70.60
CLEANING SUPPLIES.' ADM/PD
..ENDOR TOTALS
REG. CHECK
773.89
773.89CR
773. 89
0. 00
0 . 00
SUMMIT MAILING & SHIPPING S
I INSM095872
POSTAGE MACHINE INK CART/ AD 99
R
12/31/2014
10.95
G/ L ACCOUNT
10. 9S : R
10.95
10
501-04 40
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
5.47
POSTAGE MACHINE INK CART/ADM/W
20
510-04 40
OFFICE EXPENSE
5.48
POSTAGE MACHINE INK CART/ ADM/W
VENDOR TOTALS
REG. CHECK
10 .95
10 .95
01-0011
13. 58CR
13. 58
G/L ACCOUNT
01-1502
OUTSTANDING
..ACUUM CLEANER; ALM/ PD
13. 58
G/L ACCOUNT
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
10.95CR
0.00
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
I 225 2877653
UNI FORM s·:c,'PARK/STREET/WAT 99
R
12 / 31/2014
70.30
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 225 2877654
so
~51-02 1 0
UNIFORMS
5.89
20
510-0210
UNIFORIIS
22.84
UNIFORMS/WATER
30
520-0210
UNIFORMS
41.57
UNIFORMS/STREET
UNIFORM SERVICE/WWTP
99
R
12/31/2014
I 225 2879152
511-0210
UNIFORMS
31. 50
UNIFORM S..C,' PARK/STREET/WAT 99
R
12/31/2014
UNI FORl~S /SEWER
70 . 30
551-0210
UNIFORllS
5.8.
UNIFORMS/PARK
20
510-0210
UNIFORMS
22.84
UNIFORMS/WATER
30
520-0210
UNIFORIIS
4 1 .57
UNIFORMS/STREET
UNIFORM SER."ICE!WWTP
99
R
12 /3 1 /2014
31.50
G/ L ACCOUNT
511-021 0
70.30CR
70 . 30
50
20
31.SOCR
31 . 50
G/L ACCOUNT
I 225 2879153
UNIFORMS/PARK
31 . 50
G/L ACCOUNT
20
70.30CR
70.30
) 1.50
UNIFORIIS
31. 50
UNIF0Rf1S/SEWER
31.50CR
0.00
12-29-2014
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0368 3 Regular Paymencs
VENDOR SET:
01
PAGE:
16
VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENWR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
DI SC DT
I 225 2880595
UNI FORM s--c/PrtRK/STREET/WAT 99
R
50
551 - 02 10
UNIFORMS
5.8 9
20
510-0210
UNIFORMS
22 .8 4
UNIFORl·IS/WATER
30
520-0210
UNIFORMS
46.37
UNIFORMS /STREET
UNIFORM SERVICE/WWTP
20
511 -0210
99
R
12/31 ( 2014
31. 50
R
551-0210
UNIFORMS
5.89
20
510-0210
UNIFORl lS
22.84
UNIFORMS/WATER
30
520-0210
UNIFORMS
41.57
UNIFORMS/STREET
UNIFORM SERVICE/ WWTP
99
R
UNIFORMS/PARK
31.50
12 / 31/ 2014
31 . 50CR
31.50
UNIFORMS
31 . 50
VENDOR TOTALS
REG. CHECK
UNIFORMS/SEWER
4 12.00
41 2 .00CR
4 12.00
0.00
161. 51
161.51CR
0.00
USA BLUEB00K
I 521503
WATER PARTS/ WATER
99
R
1 2/31/2014
161. 51
G/L ACCOUNT
20
51 0-0610
MATERI ALS & SUPPLIES
""ENDOR TOTALS
01 -0 014
70. 30CR
70 . 30
so
511-0210
31.50CR
UNIFORMS .'SEWER
70.30
12,' 31/ 2014
G/L ACCOUNT
01-0560
UNI FORMS .' PAR!:
31 .5 0
UNIFORMS
UNIFORM SVC ' PARK'STREET/WAT 99
20
75. lOCR
31. 50
G.'L ACCOUNT
I 225 2882075
OUTSTANDING
75 . 10
G/L J.CCOUNT
I 225 2882074
PAYMENT
DISCOUNT
75.10
12.' 31 /2014
G.1 L ACCOUNT
I 225 2880596
GROSS
BALANCE
161.51
REG. CHECK
WATER PARTS/ WATER
1 61. 51
lC l . 51CR
1 €1.51
0.00
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC
I 2014122391 87
STAMP INK,COFFEE,CREAl1ER,RU 99
R
12/ 31/20 14
21. 28
G/L ACCOUNT
10
I 201412239188
502-0 440
SUPPLIES h MATERIALS
MI NI BLINDS,DISH SOAP.SPONG 99
21.28
R
12/31/2014
1249
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OTHER
10
503-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG.'CLEAN,'MAINT
CHRI STMAS LIGHTS,CEILING FA 99
~ 8 . 82
9.42
R
1 2 '31/20 14
MI NI BLINDS' DISH
so~.P'
SPONGE.'F
llINI BLINDS,DISH SOAP,SPONGE/ F
112. 91
G/ L ACCOUNT
520-0 78 1
48.24CR
48.24
10
30
STA!IP INK, COFFEE,CREAMER,RUBBE
48. 24
G.' L ACCOUNT
I 2014 1223918 '.l
21.28CR
21. 28
112. 91CR
112. 91
TRAFFIC ISLANDS
89.94
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS.CEILING FAN/ S
0 . 00
12-29-2014
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01
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17
VENDOR SEQUENCE
'."ENDOR
I TEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
G?OSS
DISC DT
30
I 201412 239190
520-0 ~ 40
BALANCE
22.97
GROUNDS-BLDG,"CLE: .N,'MAINT
26 EXTENSION CORDS, T:.PE/STR 99
R
I 201412239 191
520-078 1
TRAFFIC I SLANDS
C0FFEE,TOILET PAPER,PAPER T 99
183 . 27
R
12/31/2014
I 201412239192
520-0340
77.14
GROUNDS -BLI'C/CLEAN/ MAINT
5 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS/STREET
I 20141223)193
520-078 1
9~
R
1 2/31/ 2014
TRAFFIC ISLANDS
TABLE CLOTHS, CLI PS, PLATES.IA 99
I 201412239194
501-0440
14 9.90
149.90
R
12/31/2014
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
42.65
R
12/31/2014
10
501 - 044 0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
26 . 94
DECORATIONS,COFFEE,CLEANING SU
10
501 - 0340
GROUNDS -BLDG/CLEAN/ MAINT
80. 35
DECORATI ONS,COFFEE , CLEANING SU
GROUNDS -BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
54. 04
DECORATIONS , COFFEE,CLEANING SU
502 -0340
LIGHTS,RIBBON,MESH,DECORATI 99
R
77 . 87
12.'31/2014
501-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/ MAINT
38 . 94
LIGHTS,RIBBON,MESH,DECORATIONS
10
502-0340
GROUNDS-BLDG/CLEAN/MAINT
38 . 93
LIGHTS , RIBBON, MESH, DECOR.WION$
7 BAGS I CE MELT/PARK
99
R
12/3 1/2014
55.86
551 -06 10
SUPPLI ES & MATERIALS
ORNAMENTS,RIBBON,HOOKS/ADMI 99
10
501-0340
55 . 86
R
12/31/20 14
GROUNDS - BLDG/CLEAN.'MAINT
31. 38
R
12/31/2 014
1 , 444. 96
JTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS
R
37.53CR
37.53
SUPPLIES & M:.TERIALS
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 99
501-044 0
2 T'"'S,COUNCIL CHAMBERS,MOUNTI
37.53
12/31/2014
37.53
R
12 / 31/201 4
COFFEE,CREAMER ,GLUE STICKS/ADM
23 . 28
23.28CR
23.28
G/L ACCOUNT
10
1 , 444.96CR
1,444 .96
COFFEE,CREAMER , GLU'E STICKS/ 99
501-044 0
ORNAMENTS ,RIBBON,HOOKS/ADMI N
1,444.%
G/L ACCOUNT
10
31.38CR
31. 38
2 TV'S ,COUNCIL CHAMBERS.MOU 9)
550-0945
7 BAGS ICE MELT/PARK
31.38
G/L ACCOUNT
50
55 . 86CR
55 .8 6
G/ L ACCOUNT
I 201412239200
77 . 87CR
77.87
10
50
I 20141223:-19 ,
161.93CR
161. 93
G/ L kCCOUNT
I 201412239198
TABLE CLOTHS, CLI PS ,PLATES/ADMI
161. 93
G/L ACCOUNT
I 201412239197
42 . 65CR
42.65
DECORATIONS, COFFEE, CLEANING 99
10
I 201412239196
149.90CR
5 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS.'STREET
42.65
G/L ACCOUNT
I 2014122391 95
COFFEE, TOILET PAPER.PAPER TOWE
149. 90
G,'L ACCOUNT
10
77 .14CR
77 .14
G/L ACCOUNT
30
26 EXTENSION CORDS,TAPE,'STREET
77.14
G/L ACCOUNT
30
183 . 27CR
183.27
G/L ACCOUNT
30
OUTSTANDING
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS.CEILING FAN/S
183.27
12/31/2014
PAY II ENT
DISCOUNT
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
23 . 28
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON SUPPLIES/AD
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"/ ENDOR SEQUENCE
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
ST?.T
DUE
DT
DISC DT
VENDOR TOTALS
REG. CHECK
GRJSS
BAL.r.NCE
2,468.2 0
2, 4 68 .2 0
PAYMENT
OUTSTANDING
DISCOUNT
2,4 F8.20CR
0.00
0.00
12-29 -201 4
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80
PAGE:
2
-SUMMARYTOTALS
D I S T R I B U T I 0 N
FUN D
FUND NO#
80
FUND NAME
A."!OUNT
ECONOMIC DE""ELOPMENT FUND
5,330.00CR
** TOTALS **
5,330.00~R
- - - - TYPE OF CHECK TOTALS - -
-GROSS
NUMBER
DISCOUNT
0. 0 0
0.00
0 .00
0.00
HAND CHECKS
DRAFTS
0 .00
0 . 00
0.00
0.00
5,330.00
REG-CHECKS
0.00
0.00
0.00
0 . 00
0 .00
0 . 00
0.00
0 . 00
0. 00
NON -CHECKS
5,330.00
5,330.00
TOTAL CHECKS TO PRINT:
1
ERRORS :
0
WARNINGS :
5,330.00CR
5,330.00
EFT
ALL CHECKS
PAYMENT
BALANCE
0
5,330 . 00CR
0.00
OUTSTANDING
0.00
0 . 00
0 . 00
0.00
0 . 00
0.00
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PAGE:
VENDOR SEQUENCE
VENCOR
ITEM NO#
DESCRIPTION
BANK
CHECK
STAT
DUE
DT
DISC DT
80-0068
I 1 61
GROSS
B.>.LANCE
PAYMENT
OUTSTANDING
DISCOUNT
DARREN KREHBIEL CONSULTANTS
PROF SVC, BUSINESS PARK/ECO 80
R
12/31 / 2014
G/L ACCOUNT
80
592-0725
VENDOR TOTALS
5,330.00
5,330.00CR
5 ,330.00
PROMOTIONAL EXPENSE
REG. CHECK
5,330 . 00
PRJ F s•.rc. BUSINESS PARK/ ECON D
5,330.00
5,330.00
5, 330 .00CR
0 . 00
0.00