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6 • Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015
PUBLIC NOTICES
• Clarksville Star •
Public Notice
Proceedings
CLARKSVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Special Meeting
January 15, 2015
A special work session was called to order
by Board Pres. Chris Backer at 6:30 p.m. in
the community room. Members present were
Chris Backer, Justin Clark, Tim Backer, Shelley
Maiers and Corey Jacobs; other present were
Board Secretary Shellee Bartlett, Sec. Principal
Bob Saathoff and Dr. Dean Meier.
Moved by Jacobs, seconded by Clark, to approve the agenda. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Clark, seconded by Maiers, to enter closed session at 6:30 p.m. to review or discuss records which are required or authorized
by state or federal law to be kept confidential
1990 Code of Iowa 21.5 (1)(i) & Code of Iowa
22.7(11). Roll: Ayes – T. Backer, Clark, C. Backer, Jacobs, Maiers; Nays – None.
Moved by Maiers, seconded by T. Backer, to
adjourn at 8:09 p.m. Carried unanimously.
CS 3-1
Proceedings
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
BUTLER COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF
Ethel M. Menzel, Deceased
Probate No. ESPR016403
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,
OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Ethel M. Menzel, Deceased, who died on or about
December 20, 2014:
You are hereby notified that on the 8th day
of January, 2015, the last will and testament
of Ethel M. Menzel, deceased, bearing date
of the 23rd day of June, 2003, was admitted
to probate in the above named court and that
Faye Ann Menzel and Robi Ann Boge were appointed executors of the estate. Any action to
set aside the will must be brought in the district
court of said county within the later to occur of
four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date
of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter
be forever barred.
Notice is further given that all per-sons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditorshavingclaimsagainsttheestateshallfile
them with the clerk of the above named district
court, as provided by law, duly authenticated,
forallowance,andunlesssofiledbythelaterto
occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of
mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed
or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.
Datedthis8thdayofJanuary,2015.
Faye Ann Menzel
1905 W. 4th St.
Waterloo, IA 50701
Robi Ann Boge
104 W. 4th St.
Bode, IA 50519
Executors of estate
Karl A. Nelson, ICIS PIN No: AT0005659
Attorney for executors
Nelson & Toenjes
209 S. Cherry Street
Shell Rock, IA 50670
Date of second publication
22nd day of January, 2015
ST-3-2
Form A674
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
BUTLER COUNTY
Marilyn K. Niehaus
Plaintiff(s),
EQUITY No. CDDM002176
VS.
Charles L. Niehaus
Defendant(s).
ORIGINAL NOTICE
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT(S):
Youarenotifiedthatapetitionhasbeenfiled
in the office of the clerk of this court naming
youasadefendantinthisaction,whichpetition
praysforDissolutionofMar-riage.
The name and address of the at-torney for
theplaintiffisDavidJ.Mason,3265W4thSt,
Waterloo,IA50701.
The attorney’s phone number is 319-2346843;facsimilenumber888-608-5149.
Youmustserveamotionoran-sweronorbeforethe20thdayofFebruary,2015,andwithin
areasonabletimethereafter,fileyourmotionor
answerwiththeClerkofCourtforButlerCounty,atthecourthouseinAllison,Iowa.Ifyoudo
not, judgment by de-fault may be rendered
againstyouforthereliefdemandedinthepetition.
Ifyourequiretheassistanceofauxiliaryaids
orservicestoparticipateincourtbecauseofa
disability,immediatelycallyourdistrictADAcoordinatorat(800)735-2942.(Ifyouarehearing
impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-7352942)
CLERKOFCOURT
ButlerCountyCourthouse
Allison,lowa50602
IMPORTANT: YOU ARE AD-VISED TO
SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECTYOURINTERESTS
ST-2-3
Iowa Department of Management 10-13-11
EXTENSION DISTRICT COUNTY NAME:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING -- PROPOSED BUDGET
Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)
Butler County Ag Extension
The Extension Council of the above-named Extension District will conduct a public hearing on the proposed fiscal year
budget as follows:
Meeting Date:
Time:
Meeting Location:
2-04-2015
7:15 pm
Butler County Extension Office
At the public hearing any resident or taxpayer may present objections to, or arguments in favor of, any part of the proposed
budget. This notice represents a summary of the supporting detail of receipts and expenditures on file with the Extension
Council Secretary. Copies of the Supplemental Budget Detail (Schedule 674-A) will be furnished upon request.
Extension District Telephone Number:
Extension Council Contact Name:
319-267-2707
Nancy Jensen
PROPOSED BUDGET SUMMARY
B
C
D
Expenditures
A
FUND
(Use Whole Dollars)
1. County Agricultural
Extension Education
2. Unemployment
Compensation
3. Tort Liability
4. TOTAL
FYE 6-30-2014
Actual
149,595
E
Estimated
Ending Fund
Estimated
FYE 6-30-2015 FYE 6-30-2016 Balance
FY2016
Re-Estimated
Budget
FY2016
Beg. Balance
170,363
F
Estimated
Amount
To Be Raised
By
Taxation
215,946
96,746
132,042
148,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
149,595
170,363
215,946
Proposed taxation rate per $1,000 valuation: $
0
0
96,746
0.18548
0
0
132,042
0
0
148,000
CS 4-1
PUBLIC NOTICES
6 • Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015
• Butler County Tribune-Journal •
Official Proceedings: City of Allison
City of Allison Council Meeting
Monday, January 12, 2015
Regular Meeting:
Mayor Henrichs opened the regular meeting
at 5:15 P.M. Council members present: Blockhus, Cramer, Davis, Henrichs, Platter. Others
present: John Morris, Adam Mapes, Tim Junker, Lee Gallentine – City Engineer, Larry Pump,
CPA. Blockhus made a motion to approve the
agenda. Second by Cramer. Ayes: All. Nays:
None. Motion carried.
Open Forum:
John Morris & Adam Mapes expressed their
concerns over the increases in their water bills.
Tim Junker asked questions in regards to the
mandates of the DNR for the lagoon updates
needed and the new testing requirements at
the lagoons. Lee Gallentine – City Engineer
discussed the mandates and the new testing
requirements. The Mayor & Council said they
are going to be seeking advice from Michael
Hart of Northland Securities, the City’s financial
advisor, as to what can be done with the water
rates. Michael plans to be present at the Council meeting on January 26th.
Consent Agenda:
Motion by Platter and Second by Henrichs to
approve the consent agenda. The items on the
consent agenda were as follows:
Approve minutes from meeting on 12/15/2014
Approve Treasurers Reports
Review and approve building permit of Clay
Cordes – 305 Locust Street – Garage with no
fee being charged for the permit as he had paid
for it with a previous Building permit for the garage
Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried.
New Business:
Larry Pump, CPA, was at the meeting to present the Independent Accountant’s report for the
City of Allison’s annual review of the FY 2014.
He discussed the procedures he performed
pursuant to Chapter 11.6 of the Code of Iowa.
He presented the detailed recommendations. A
copy of which is on file at City Hall.
Motion by Cramer and Second by Blockhus
to adopt resolution #15-01.1 – resolution naming Lincoln Savings Bank as the depository for
the City of Allison. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Blockhus and second by Platter to
adopt Resolution #15-01.2 – Resolution naming Glenda Miller as the City Clerk/Finance Officer, Brad Cooper as the Fire Chief and Cindi
Johnson as the Ambulance President. Ayes: All.
Nays: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Platter and second by Cramer to
adopt resolution #15-01.3 – resolution renewing
the Policy of City Investments. Ayes: All. Nays:
None. Motion carried.
Motion by Blockhus and second by Henrichs
to adopt Resolution #15-01.4 – resolution designating the official newspaper of the City of Allison to be the Butler County Tribune Journal.
Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Blockhus and second by Platter to
adopt Resolution #15-01.5 – resolution designating the Attorney for the City of Allison to be
Martin Petersen. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion
carried.
Resolution #15-01.6 – Resolution addressing
overtime pay was discussed and tabled until
further information can be obtained.
The Council was presented with a quote
from Municipal Pipe Tool Company LLC in
the amount of $34,436.50 for the designated
amount of sewer to be relined this summer. Motion by Blockhus and second by Platter to approve the quote for sewer relining and proceed
with that project this summer. Ayes: All. Nays:
None. Motion carried.
The budget for the Library and the budget
from the Public Works Director will be discussed when the budget workshop is held for
the City’s total budget.
Motion by Platter and second by Cramer to
set the mileage reimbursement rate to be at the
standard set by the IRS which is 57.5 cents per
mile. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried.
The Council decided not to make a donation
to the North Butler After Prom Committee or the
Butler County Council on Aging.
The junk at 314 Locust Street was discussed.
Platter will make a call to the property owner to
see what can be done to get the junk removed.
A few repairs need to be made at the medical building owned by the City such as caulking
windows and doors, paint the front door and fix
the back door so it closes easier. The Council
decided to have Miller Building take care of
these items once the weather warms up and it
is suitable to take care of them.
Janis Cramer passed out information to the
Council she had received from the pool committee in regards to what surrounding towns are
paying for pool staff. The Council will review this
with the pool committee at a future meeting.
Blockhus brought up the fact that he had
been informed that the City is not responsible
for paying any supplemental health insurance
policies for persons on Medicare for individuals not employed by the city. Due to this fact
Blockhus made a motion to discontinue paying
supplemental health insurance premiums for
someone on Medicare for individuals not employed by the City. Second by Davis. Ayes: All.
Nays: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Blockhus at 7:53 p.m. to adjourn.
Second by Henrichs. Ayes: All. Nays: None.
Motion carried.
Scot Henrichs – Mayor
Attest: Glenda Miller – City Clerk
CLAIMS
Agvantage Fs, Inc
-Gas For Fire Department
$130.62
Ahlers & Cooney, Pc
-Tif Information Call
$210.00
Allan Inc.-Ups Charges
$30.71
Allied Insurance-Surety Bond
$395.00
Allison Ambulance
-Ambulance Runs & Officer Fees $2,230.00
Allison Amvets-Senior Citizens Coffee $192.00
Allison Variety
-Park, Shop & City Hall Supplies
$481.77
Baker & Taylor-Library Books
$349.18
Butler County Recorder
-Record Alley Vacation Document
$22.00
Butler County Solid Waste
-Disposal Fee
$3,356.40
Cardmember City
-Ambulance & City Hall Charges
$740.57
Casey’s General Store
-Gas For Shop Vehicles
$222.28
Central Iowa Distr-Shop Solvent
$210.00
City Of Allison
-Library & City Hall Water Fees
$185.69
Cj Cooper-Drug Testing Fee
$40.00
Cooley Pumping
-Porta Potty’s At Wilder Park
$80.00
Cooper Motors
-Repairs On Rescue Pumper
$188.16
Data Technologies Inc
-Utility Software Installation
$2,803.16
Dumont Telephone Co
-Monthly Phone Bills
$985.21
Eftps-Fed/Fica Tax
$1,929.55
Hawkins Inc-Water Chemicals
$424.50
Icap
-Adding Lodge To Insurance Policy $324.29
Imfoa-Imfoa Dues
$40.00
Imwca-Workers Comp Premium
$1,403.00
Ioone Oconnors
-Refund Of Ambulance Fee
$409.52
Iowa Dot-Park Posts For Signs
$487.92
Iowa Office Supplies
-Library Copier Maint Contract
$28.67
Iowa Park & Recreation
-Pool Continuing Ed Credits
$270.00
Iowa Prison Industries-Park Signs
$351.50
Iowa W/H Taxes-State Taxes
$1,697.00
Iowa Workforce Dev
-Unemployment Tax
$301.60
Ipers-Ipers$1,720.75
J & C Grocery-City Hall Supplies
$14.39
Jeff Pelant-Library Books
$70.00
Jendro Sanitation Svcs
-Garbage Collection
$4,140.12
K. Cunningham Constructin
-5% Retainage Fee On Oak Street$9,048.03
Keystone Lab-Testing Fees
$1,301.30
Marco-Copier Maintenance Fee
$108.32
Martin Gardner Arch.
-Lodge Architectural Fee
$104.16
Merchant-Credit Card Manager
For Water & Park
$307.63
Mid-America Publishing Cr
-Publications
$385.32
Miller Building-Library Maintenance
$28.95
Napa Auto Parts
-Repair Parts For Vehicles
$28.70
Niacc-Pesticide Test
$40.00
Payroll Checks-Total Payroll Checks$6,815.79
Physicians Claims Co
-Ambulance Billing
$409.45
Rudys Sales & Service
-Golf Carts For Park
$800.00
Ryan Exterminating
-Shop & City Hall Pest Control
$54.00
Ryken Engineering
-Engineering Fee For Sewer
$4,037.50
Sharon Niehaus-Library Cleaning
$165.00
Star Graphics-City Hall Office Supplies$151.95
Stokes Welding
-3 Chainsaw Chain Sharpenings
$18.00
Taylor Rose-City Hall Cleaning
$168.00
Probate
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
BUTLER COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF
ADELINE JOHNSON, Deceased
Probate No. ESPR016402
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,
OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
Adeline Johnson, Deceased, who died on or
about December 16, 2014:
Youareherebynotifiedthatonthe24thday
of December, 2014, the last will and testament
of Adeline Johnson, deceased, bearing date of
the 28th day of April, 2014, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Dean
Johnson was appointed execu-tor of the estate.
Any action to set aside the will must be brought
in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the
second publication of this notice or one month
from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs
of the decedent and devisees under the will
whose identities are reasonably ascertainable,
or thereafter be forever barred.
Notice is further given that all per-sons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditorshavingclaimsagainsttheestateshallfile
them with the clerk of the above named district
court, as provided by law, duly authenticated,
forallowance,andunlesssofiledbythelaterto
occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of
mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed
or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.
Dated this 24th day of December, 2014.
Dean Johnson
Executor of estate
19384 Newell Ave., Allison, IA 50602
Gregory M. Lievens
Attorney for executor
Shepard, Gibson & Lievens
503 North Main St., PO Box 158
Allison, IA 50602
Date of second publication
22nd day of January, 2015
TJ-3-2
Treasurer State Of Iowa-Sales Tax $1,219.00
Us Cellular-Cell Phone Bills
$67.50
Walmart Community-Library Dvds
$413.51
Waverly Health Center
-Ambulance Billing
$175.00
Wellmark-Health Insurance
$3,296.24
Wix Water Works-Wt Bottle Rental
$26.00
Claims Total
$55,634.91
General Fund
$31,624.39
Road Use Tax Fund
$2,573.02
Employee Benefits Fund
$1,766.15
Water Fund
$4,888.67
Sewer Fund
$7,280.01
Landfill/Garbage Fund
$7,502.67
REVENUE REPORT
General Total
40,180.72
Library Total
17.68
Road Use Tax Total
7,728.45
Employee Benefits Total
5,716.67
Emergency Fund Total
449.06
Local Option Sales Tax Total
5,709.75
Tax Increment Financing Total
37,352.38
Debt Service Total
23,568.80
Water Total
10,288.60
Water Reserve Fund Total
39.62
Customer Deposits Total
225.00
Sewer Total
9,201.27
Sewer Reserve Total
14.66
Landfill/Garbage Total
8,704.35
Storm Water Total
2.20
Total Revenue by Fund
149,199.21
WAGES FOR 2014
Caitlin E Allan
$1,622.31
Kristine M Ball
$3,741.37
James A Blockhus
$840.00
Allan Brockway
$49,418.95
Janis Cramer
$800.00
Ronald D Davis
$800.00
Isabel Derdzinski
$1,742.55
Erika Dralle
$282.08
Alysha L Fox
$336.38
Robert Freesemann
$9,607.50
Christine K Graser
$20,656.48
Kelly Henrichs
$13,436.25
Ryan S Henrichs
$720.00
Scot Henrichs
$3,600.00
Dolores Hoodjer
$3,626.42
Patricia L Hummel
$15,598.52
Chloe M Jensen
$1,407.35
Marinela Kruse
$797.86
Brylee M Landers
$339.89
Glenda J Miller
$34,040.04
Kim Miller
$43,828.26
Marty Miller
$7,850.90
Jerry Platter
$880.00
Gerod R Schafer
$678.32
Joy Schueler
$2,927.75
Jessa R Thorn
$188.83
Roberta Wiegmann
$444.00
Total Employee Wages
$220,212.01
TJ 4-1
TJ 4-1
Proceedings: North Butler Community School District
NORTH BUTLER
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Regular Meeting
January 12, 2015
The regular board meeting was called to
order by Pres. Eric Bixby at 6:35 p.m. in the
Allison Media Center. Board members present
were Eric Bixby, Scott Bruns, Gail Arjes, Jon
Heuer, Kristy Lammers, John Moellers and Laura Staudt; others present were Superintendent
Joel Foster, Business Manager/Board Secretary Shellee Bartlett, Secondary Principal Dan
Huff, Elementary Principal Aimee Wedeking
and community members.
Moved by Bruns, seconded by Heuer, to
approve agenda as amended. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Bruns, seconded by Arjes, to approve the minutes from December 8, 2014
meeting with corrections. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Bruns, seconded by Moellers, to
approve December 2014 financial reports and
January 2015 bill listing. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Staudt, seconded by Bruns, to
approve audit report for FY 2014 as presented
by Keith Oltrogge, CPA. Roll: Ayes – Moellers,
Staudt, Arjes, Lammers, Heuer, Bruns, Bixby;
Nays – none.
Moved by Heuer, seconded by Staudt, to appoint John Moellers to Floyd County Assessors
Board and Scott Bruns to Butler County Assessors Board. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Moellers, seconded by Bruns, to
approve the following changes to the school
calendar: March 26, 2015, will now be a school
day (weather make up day); the professional
development day will become a comp day and
not made up due to the arbitrator’s decision on
the calendar/contract. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Bruns, seconded by Staudt, to repeal the early retirement policy, Board Policy
413.6, for classified staff. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Staudt, seconded by Moellers, to
approve the following personnel recommendations: Amanda Kampman, HR director/business
office assistant @ $29,000 annually; Nikkole
Hewitt, substitute teacher. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Lammers, seconded by Heuer, to
approve the 28E agreement with Clarksville
CSD for shared Human Resources Director for
the balance of 2014-15 school year. Carried
unanimously. Both districts will be eligible for
operational sharing incentives for this position
in the 2015-16 school year, each district would
receive funding equaled to 5 students.
Moved by Bruns, seconded by Staudt, to approve administrative reports as presented. Carried unanimously.
Moved by Staudt, seconded by Bruns, to adjourn at 7:36 p.m.
The tentative date for the next regular board
meeting is February 9, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. in
Greene.
Board President
Board Secretary
North Butler Community School
January 2015 Vendor Report
1st Class Lighting-Supplies
$140.70
AABLE Pest Control-Pest Control
$80.00
AEA 267-Homecoming Posters/
Computer Repairs
$962.91
AFLAC-12/20/14 Payroll
$619.58
Agvantage FS, Inc.-Fuel
$7,695.93
Aimee Wedeking-SPED Supplies
$67.85
AliMed Inc-SPED Supplies
$280.20
Alliant Energy-Energy
$5,234.35
Allison Hardware-Supplies
$39.37
Allison Variety & Floral-HS Play
$84.62
Ames Environmental Inc
-Mold Analysis
$910.00
Anderson Erickson Dairy Co.-Dairy $2,623.95
Aplington-Parkersburg CSD-2nd Qtr
Open Enrollment
$24,484.00
Aramark Uniform Services Inc
-Laundry Services
$268.15
Avesis Third Party Administrators, Inc.
-12/20/14 Payroll
$507.95
Black Hills Energy-Energy
$8,688.45
Bouillon Lawncare-Snow Removal
$460.00
Collection Services Center
-12/20/14 Payroll
$237.32
Carly Niemann-Mileage
$46.80
Cedar Falls Oil Co-55gal Oil Drum
$30.00
Central Iowa Distributing Inc-Supplies $714.91
Charles City CSD
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment
$10,711.75
Charles City Press-Subscription
$86.50
City Of Allison-Water/Sewer
$312.37
City of Greene-Water/Sewer
$723.25
Clarksville Community School
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment/Share
Business Manager
$31,638.12
Comprehensive Systems, Inc
-SPED Services
$784.74
Continuum Retail Energy Services, LLC
-Energy
$1,451.45
Delta Dental Of Iowa
-12/20/14 Payroll
$1,875.19
DHS Cashier 1st Floor-SPED
$1,639.63
Dale Johnson-JH BB Official
$195.00
De Lage Landen-Copier Lease
$677.30
Dennis Dengel-JH BB Official
$130.00
Don’s Truck Sales Inc-Parts
$42.68
Dumont Telephone-Telephone
$488.17
Employee Benefit System
-12/20/14 Payroll
$1,361.26
EMS Detergent Services-Supplies
$220.50
Earthgrains Baking Co, Inc.-Bread $1,025.89
Engel Law Office-Legal
$495.00
Fecht’s Repair-Supplies
$453.94
Freeze Frame Bowl-Concessions
$506.00
Greene Insurance Services
-Trailer Insurance
$80.00
Greene Lumber Company Inc
-Door Repairs
$285.92
Greene Recorder-Publications
$844.96
Greg Becker-WR Official
$110.00
Haddock Core-SPED Supplies
$5,723.00
Hampton-Dumont Community Schools
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment
$1,530.25
Harris School Solutions-Tax Forms
$149.35
Hawkeye Community College
-Scholarships
$2,700.00
Heartland Paper Co-Supplies
$674.38
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publ Co
-Supplies
$77.76
Howie Equipment-Trailer
$3,571.50
ING USA Annuity & Life Insurance Co.
-12/20/14 Payroll
$5,818.46
IPERS-12/20/14 Payroll
$55,641.07
ISEBA-12/20/14 Payroll
$37,282.50
Internal Revenue Service
-12/22/14 Payroll
$90,484.38
Iowa Association of School Boards
-Background Checks
$96.00
Iowa Communications Network
-Internet
$1,332.60
Iowa Department of Revenue
-12/20/14 Payroll
$1,146.79
Iowa Drug & Alcohol Testing
-Drug Testing Services
$1,155.00
Iowa Falls Community Schools
-WR Entry
$75.00
Iowa High School Speech Assoc
-Speech Registration
$205.00
Iowa Sports Supply-WR Supplies
$259.00
Iowa State University
-Bruce Memorial Scholarship
$200.00
J&C Grocery-FCS Supplies
$45.30
JW Pepper & Sons Inc-Music Supplies $171.39
Janesville Consolidated School District
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment
$3,060.50
Jennifer Miller-JH Concessions
$202.09
Joe Strong-Registration
$17.50
Jolene Purdy-Mileage
$23.40
Jostens-Yearbook
$3,980.00
Keck Inc-Food
$1,081.16
Keith D. Oltrogge CPA, P.C.
-FY14 Audit
$5,175.00
Kesley Electric Inc.-Supplies
$6.19
Kevy’s Appliance Repair
-Repair Steam Coil
$277.50
Lakeshore Learning Materials
-SPED Supplies
$1,457.89
Landers Hardware Hank-Supplies
$63.04
Luther College-Rottler Scholarship $2,800.00
Madison National Life
-12/20/14 Payroll
$1,214.78
Midamerica Administrative & Retirement
Soluti-Early Retirement
$39,515.08
Martin Bros Dist Co-Food/Supplies $9,590.38
Marty Pump-JH BB Official
$65.00
Mason City Glass Service
-Glass Repairs
$379.06
Matt Bethke-JV BB Official
$70.00
Mick Gage Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
-Repairs
$885.23
Mid American Energy-Electric
$2,331.54
Mid-American Publishing-Publications $254.59
Midwest Computer Products, Inc.
-Mimio Pen
$87.00
Mike Denner-WR Official
$110.00
MinnTex Citrus, Inc-FFA Fruit
$3,809.55
Monte Bond-JV BB Official
$70.00
NAPA Auto Parts - Greene-Supplies
$24.00
North Butler Educational Association
$1,860.14
-12/20/14 Payroll
Neil Wedeking Electric-Air Handlers $4,176.21
Networking Solutions-IT Services
$2,089.90
Nikki Miller-Yearbook Refund
$50.00
North Butler CSD-Nutrition Payroll $36,591.07
North Butler Nutrition-Concessions
$93.86
North Iowa Area Comm. College
$3,300.00
-Scholarships
Office Of Auditor Of State-Audit
$425.00
Ogden High School-WR Entry
$70.00
OmniTel Communications-Telephone $252.00
Orkin Exterminating Co.,Inc.
$194.82
-Pest Control
Pepsi Beverages Company-MS Pop $1,971.49
Pitney Bowes-Postage Rental
$180.00
Prairie Meadows Conference Center
-Travel
$110.88
RRMR Community Schools
$7,651.25
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment
Rapids-Supplies
$38.50
Ricoh USA, Inc.-Supplies
$3,404.68
Safelite Fullfillment Inc-Glass Repairs $572.40
Sandra Lamborn-Meals
$130.91
School Bus Sales-Supplies
$1,468.57
Simpson College-Scholarships
$1,400.00
Special Medical Services
$72.00
-WR Body Fat Testing
Star Graphics-Lettering
$149.00
Super-Net-Batting Cage Supplies
$454.00
T & M Foods-Concession
$960.06
Thomas Micek-Consulting
$1,046.08
Timberline Billing Service LLC
$5.88
-SPED Billing
Timothy Christensen-JH BB Official
$130.00
Todd’s Repair-Vehicle Maintenance $1,148.91
Treasurer-State of Iowa
$15,297.00
-12/20/14 Payroll
Trophies Plus, Inc.-Plaque
$495.00
US Cellular-Cell Phone
$58.91
UnityPoint Clinic-Physical
$125.00
University Book & Supply Inc-SPED $303.41
University of Northern Iowa
$3,300.00
-Scholarships
Upper Iowa University-Scholarships $1,300.00
VISA-Supplies
$3,612.58
Wartburg College-Registration
$55.00
Wartburg College-Scholarship
$1,000.00
Waste Management-Waste Removal $468.26
Waverly Newspapers-Subscription
$66.00
West Fork Schools
$1,580.25
-2nd Qtr Open Enrollment
West Music-Tuba
$2,695.00
Report Total:
$495,559.89
Approved by Board of Education
TJ 4-1
COURTHOUSE
• Clarksville Star • Butler County Tribune-Journal •
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 •
7
Treasurer's Semi-Annual Publication Report
Public Notice
Public Notice
The Butler Conservation Board and the Iowa
Department of Natural Resources will be holding a public meeting on January 22, 2015 at
6:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Court
House in Allison in the lower level (basement).
The meeting is to inform the public of an
upcoming timber harvest within Heery Woods
State Park. This is a preplanned harvest in accordance with the Heery Woods Forest Management Plan. The harvest will help improve
and maintain the timber areas within Heery
Woods State Park.
If you have any question please contact the
Butler County Conservation Board at 319-2784237.
TJ/CS 3-2
Public Notice
Notice to Bidders
Notice is hereby given that the Butler County Conservation Board will be accepting timber
sale bids for a harvest within Heery Woods
State Park. Sealed bids must be submitted by
January 28, 2015 @ 7:00pm central standard
time.
Maps, volume list, and bid contract can be
picked up at the Heery Woods Nature Center.
All bids must be completed on the form furnished by the Board. Forms must be completed, signed, dated, sealed and clearly marked
as a sealed bid. The board reserves the right to
refuse any or all bids.
Sealed bid must be submitted by January
28, 2015 @ 7:00pm central standard time. Bids
can be submitted in person at the Heery Woods
Nature Center 27887 195th Street Clarksville,
IA or can be mailed to Butler County Conservation Board at 28727 Timber Rd Clarksville, IA
50619. Call 319-278-4237 for any questions.
TJ/CS 3-2
Proceedings
MINUTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF
A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BUTLER
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HELD
ON JANUARY 6, 2015.
Meeting called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman Tom Heidenwirth with members Rex Ackerman and Rusty Eddy present. Also present
were Recorder Janice Jacobs, Treasurer Vicki
Schoneman, Sheriff Jason Johnson, Engineer
John Riherd, Assessor Deb McWhirter, Emergency Management Coordinator Mitch Nordmeyer and Fern Myers, Allison, Iowa.
Minutes of the previous meeting were read
and approved as read.
Board reviewed Quarterly Reports of Auditor
and Recorder and ordered placed on file.
Board considered recommendations of Butler County Compensation Board for Fiscal Year
2016 salary increases for elected officials. Also
present was Conservation Director Mike Miner.
Compensation Board Recommendations:
County Attorney ...................................$2000
Sheriff...................................................$2700
Treasurer .............................................$2000
Recorder ..............................................$2000
Auditor..................................................$2000
Supervisor ..............................................$400
Following discussion, it was moved by Heidenwirth, second by Eddy to approve said recommendations of Compensation Board. Ackerman was opposed. Motion carried.
Board considered Cost of Living increases for
non-elected, non-deputy employees. Following
discussion, it was moved by Ackerman, second
by Heidenwirth to approve a 3% increase for
said employees. Motion carried.
Board approved claims as submitted.
Chairman Heidenwirth adjourned the meeting at 10:15 A.M. to Tuesday, January 13, 2015
at 9:00 A.M.
The above and foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the minutes and proceedings of a regular adjourned meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Butler County, Iowa on January 6, 2015.
TJ/CS 4-1
BUTLER COUNTY
From JULY 1 To DEC. 31
Fiscal Year: 2015 Accounting Period(s): 1 - 6
01/14/2015 10:10:39AM
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0005
0006
0008
0009
0010
0011
0013
0016
001
7
0018
0019
0020
0023
0024
002
7
0028
0029
0030
0031
0040
1500
2000
4000
4010
4015
4020
4050
4051
4056
405
7
4100
4110
4120
4140
4150
4155
4200
4300
4400
4450
4500
GENERAL BASIC
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL
PUBLIC HEALTH
GENERAL JAIL/COURTHOUSE SECURITY
SELF-FUNDING
CONSERVATION EQUIPMENT
DRAINAGE
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FUND
RURAL SERVICES
ECONOMIC DEVEL REVOLVING LOAN
COMMISSARY & TELEPHONE
SEIZED & FORFEITED ASSETS
D.A.R.E
DOG
SECONDARY ROAD
REAP
RECORDERS RECORDS MANAGEMENT FUN
CONSERVATION LAND ACQUISITION
CONSERVATION EXPENDABLE TRUSTS
SESQ MEMORIAL TRUST
CDBG-RURAL WATER
RECORDERS ELECTRONIC TRANSACTION
TIF LOGISTICS PARK
CAPITAL PROJECTS
LONG TERM DEBT SERVICE
EMERGENCY SERVICES
E911 SURCHARGE (TR. & AGENCY)
HAZMAT REGIONAL TRAINING
COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
EMPOWERMENT
EARLY CHILDHOOD IOWA-ARRA
PREVENT CHILD ABUSE IOWA GRANT
PROMOTING SAFE & STABLE FAMILIES
ASSESSORS
ASSESSOR FICA
ASSESSOR IPERS
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
SPEC. APPR/REAPPR-MAP MAINT.
FLEXIBLE BENEFITS
SCHOOL DISTRICTS
AREA SCHOOLS
CORPORATION
CITY SPECIALS
KESLEY LIGHTING DISTRICT
4700
4800
5010
5020
5030
5040
5090
5100
5130
5300
TOWNSHIP
BRUCELLOSIS & T.B.
MOTOR VEHICLE
AUTO USE TAX
POSTAGE
ANATOMICAL GIFT DONATION-AUTO
TAX IN ADVANCE
UNAPPORTIONED TAX
TAX SALE REDEMPTION
RECORDER'S ELECTRONIC FEE
COUNTY TOTALS:
BEG. FUND
BALANCE
JULY 1
TOTAL
REVENUES
COLLECTED
TOTAL AMOUNT
TO BE
ACCOUNTED FOR
2,179,904.64
322,373.52
258,619.85
63,004.07
57,274.03
2.00
0.00
4,506,582.63
709,099.76
161,202.80
9,059.30
9,336.89
1,204.62
1,460.63
2,449,454.13
113,646.41
19,180.99
291,384.21
248,966.58
743.99
0.00
0.00
113.44
1,499,266.84
3,992.28
38,359.99
54,773.65
0.00
0.00
246,512.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
311,335.34
0.00
0.00
1,678.36
0.00
4,015.48
154,531.35
10,549.11
161,229.59
BEG.
FUND
1,655.00
BALANCE
JULY
1
1,310.40
2,000,616.73
766,637.60
590,280.46
5,716.15
18,582.67
29,000.00
0.00
8,298,813.56
1,359,273.88
15,631.11
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2,832,902.92
14,578.56
1,504.30
21,649.70
37,730.60
1.94
0.00
0.00
34,927.70
949.42
277,624.43
72,393.56
76,471.67
0.00
0.00
272,021.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
205,836.63
0.00
0.00
75,552.36
0.00
0.00
5,958,070.71
390,845.01
2,372,604.23
TOTAL
31,959.00
REVENUES
COLLECTED
0.00
4,180,521.37
1,089,011.12
848,900.31
68,720.22
75,856.70
29,002.00
0.00
12,805,396.19
2,068,373.64
176,833.91
9,059.30
9,336.89
1,204.62
1,460.63
5,282,357.05
128,224.97
20,685.29
313,033.91
286,697.18
745.93
0.00
0.00
35,041.14
1,500,216.26
281,616.71
110,753.55
131,245.32
0.00
0.00
518,533.90
0.00
0.00
0.00
517,171.97
0.00
0.00
77,230.72
0.00
4,015.48
6,112,602.06
401,394.12
TOTAL2,533,833.82
AMOUNT
33,614.00
TO BE
ACCOUNTED
FOR
1,310.40
3,247.95
57.10
246,754.00
153,930.70
945.10
5.50
3,011.82
0.00
0.00
259.36
133,159.63
1,424.06
1,554,037.82
847,434.89
5,305.62
76.00
120.00
0.00
47,531.66
1,558.00
136,407.58
1,481.16
1,800,791.82
1,001,365.59
6,250.72
81.50
3,131.82
0.00
47,531.66
1,817.36
14,300,035.81
28,352,824.08
BEGINNING CASH BALANCE:
EXPENDITURES
1,602.36
1,351,774.57
851,437.45
63.18
9,195,874.40
17,067,591.51
66,492.25
1,970.10
5,124.22
3.32
1,153,917.19
0.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
CHANGE IN OUTSTANDING:
29,695,850.55
-2,617,585.53
ADJUSTED EXPENDITURES:
32,313,436.08
REVENUES
01 - 1000 - Current Tax Apport
02 - 1100 - Current Tax Int
03 - 1010 - Delinquent Tax Apport
04 - 1110 - Delinquent Tax Int
05 - 1200 - Del Mobile Home Tax
07 - 1200 - Mobile Home Tax Apport
08 - 1120 - Mobile Home Tax Int
09 - Special Assessment Apport
11 - Miscellaneous Receipts
12 - Special Assessment Costs
13 - Utility Excise Tax Int/Costs
15 - Tax Increment Financing Rev
16 - Auto License
17 - Auto Use Tax
18 - Auto Postage
19 - Auto Anatomical Gift Donation
20 - Utility Spec Prop Tax Apport
21 - 2110 - Elderly Credit-RE,SA,MH
23 - Utility Excise Tax Apport
25 - 2220 - Military Credit Rec
26 - 2100 - Homestead Credit Rec
27 - 2140 GRAIN TAX APPORT
28 - 2130 - Ag Land Credit Rec
11,372,179.52
8,260.00
1,979.00
350.00
0.00
4,372.00
13.00
31,959.00
11,650,340.39
260.00
0.00
33,551.04
1,554,037.82
847,434.89
5,305.62
76.00
0.00
316.00
570,999.50
13,614.39
374,022.00
5,249.00
372,249.12
ENDING FUND
BALANCE
DEC. 31
OUTSTANDING
CHECKS &
WARRANTS
2,043,011.86
2,137,509.51
713,229.75
375,781.37
523,976.92
324,923.39
0.00
68,720.22
4,671.10
71,185.60
26,605.71
2,396.29
0.00
0.00
10,948,578.12
1,856,818.07
1,247,915.89
820,457.75
0.00
176,833.91
0.00
9,059.30
200.00
9,136.89
0.00
1,204.62
0.00
1,460.63
3,277,116.79
2,005,240.26
4,101.48
124,123.49
0.00
20,685.29
39,688.29
273,345.62
5,543.75
281,153.43
0.00
745.93
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
26,255.00
8,786.14
1,358,441.12
141,775.14
57,700.00
223,916.71
42,804.54
67,949.01
BEGINNING CASH
BALANCE:
76,393.05
54,852.27
EXPENDITURES 0.00
0.00
60 - Paid to State
0.00- Rec's E-Comm.
0.00
61 - Paid
to State - Auto License
259,166.71
259,367.19
62 - Paid to State
0.00- Auto Use Tax
0.00
63 - Paid to State
0.00- Anatomical Don
0.00
67 - Treasurer 0.00
Orders Paid
0.00
72 - Auditors
Checks Issued
181,824.88
335,347.09
73 - Treas Transfer
0.00 - Auto
0.00
74 - Treas Transfer
0.00 - Auto Tax
0.00
75 - Treas
Transfer - Postage
75,769.36
1,461.36
76 - Treas Transfer
0.00 - Anatomical
0.00
TR - TRANSFERS
0.00
4,015.48
XP - EXPENDITURE
5,999,936.29 CONTROL
112,665.77
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
393,435.95
2,511,016.63
TOTAL
31,935.00
COUNTY
DISBURSEMENTS
415.63
REVENUES
42,652,859.89
14,300,035.81
60 - Paid to State - Rec's E-Comm.
61 - Paid to State - Auto License
62 - Paid to State - Auto Use Tax
63 - Paid to State - Anatomical Don
67 - Treasurer Orders Paid
72 - Auditors Checks Issued
73 - Treas Transfer - Auto
74 - Treas Transfer - Auto Tax
75 - Treas Transfer - Postage
76 - Treas Transfer - Anatomical
TR - TRANSFERS
XP - EXPENDITURE CONTROL
TOTAL
COUNTY
DISBURSEMENTS
35,542.34
2,031.11
1,581.97
0.00
500.00
0.00
0.00
288,056.99
3,877.49
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
39,701.58
0.00
0.00
900.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3,437.15
523.10
0.00
0.00
2,280.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
66.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
7,958.17
0.00
IN OUTSTANDING:
22,817.19CHANGEOUTSTANDING
0.00
ENDING FUND
1,679.00
0.00
BALANCE
CHECKS
&
ADJUSTED EXPENDITURES:
DEC. 31 894.77
WARRANTS
69.98
133,117.69
3,289.89
01 - 1000 - Current Tax Apport
1,453.64
27.52
02 - 1100 - Current Tax Int
1,418,266.82
382,525.00
03 - 1010 - Delinquent Tax Apport
853,407.55
147,958.04
04 - 1110 - Delinquent Tax Int
5,124.22
1,126.50
05 - 1200 - Del Mobile Home Tax
66.50
15.00
07 - 1200 - Mobile Home Tax Apport
3,131.82
0.00
08 - 1120 - Mobile Home Tax Int
0.00
0.00
09 - Special Assessment Apport
47,531.66
0.00
11 - Miscellaneous Receipts
1,602.36
215.00
12 - Special Assessment Costs
32,313,436.08
10,339,423.81
13 - Utility
Excise Tax Int/Costs
15 - Tax Increment Financing Rev
16 - Auto License
17 - Auto Use Tax
18 - Auto Postage
19 - Auto Anatomical Gift Donation
20 - Utility Spec Prop Tax Apport
21 - 2110 - Elderly Credit-RE,SA,MH
23 - Utility Excise Tax Apport
25 - 2220 - Military Credit Rec
26 - 2100 - Homestead Credit Rec
27 - 2140 GRAIN TAX APPORT
28 - 2130 - Ag Land Credit Rec
29 - 4206 - Publication Costs
30 - Auto Recorder's E-Comm Fee
31 - M & E and Computer Rec
32 - 2170-Family Farm Credit Rec
33 - Treas Transfer - Auto
34 - Treas Transfer - Auto Tax
35 - Treas Transfer - Postage
36 - Treas Transfer - Anatomical
37 - Tax Sale Certificate Fees
38 - Tax Sale Redemption Fees
39 - Advance Tax
41 - Tax Sale
42 - BPTC Credit Rec
43 - Rollback Replacement Rec
TR - TRANSFERS
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
378,568.16
OUTSTANDING
STAMPED
WARRANTS
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
14,300,035.81
0.00
0.00
1,602.36
0.00
1,351,774.57
0.00
851,437.45
0.00
63.18
0.00
9,195,874.40
0.00
17,067,591.51
0.00
66,492.25
0.00
1,970.10
0.00
5,124.22
0.00
3.32
0.00
1,153,917.19
0.00
0.00
0.00
29,695,850.55
0.00
-2,617,585.53
0.00
OUTSTANDING
0.00
STAMPED
32,313,436.08
WARRANTS
0.00
0.00
11,372,179.52
Page:
0.001
8,260.00
0.00
1,979.00
0.00
350.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4,372.00
0.00
13.00
0.00
31,959.00
0.00
11,650,340.39
0.00
260.00
0.00
0.00
33,551.04
1,554,037.82
847,434.89
5,305.62
76.00
0.00
316.00
570,999.50
13,614.39
374,022.00
5,249.00
372,249.12
88.00
1,558.00
0.00
0.00
66,492.25
1,970.10
5,124.22
3.32
100.00
0.00
120.00
47,531.66
150,971.96
78,379.09
1,153,917.19
TOTAL REVENUES
28,352,824.08
ENDING CASH BALANCE:
10,339,423.81
I HEREBY CERTIFY THE ABOVE REPORT TO BE A TRUE AND
ACCURATE ACCOUNT OF TRANSACTIONS DURING THE
PERIOD(S) SPECIFIED.
TJ/CS 04-1
Page: 2
• Clarksville Star •
COMMUNITY NEWS
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 •
13
Notice of Special Election
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
TO BE HELD FEBRUARY3, 2015
Public notice is hereby given to the voters of the Hawkeye Community College Merged Area VII
District who reside in the school districts below, that a Special Bond Election will be held on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. A sample ballot is included with this notice.
The polls will be open from Noon – 8:00 p.m. on Election Day as follows:
Polling Place
City
Butler County School District
Aplington-Parkersburg (Pre-merged Parkersburg District) Veterans Memorial Bldg. Parkersburg
Aplington-Parkersburg (Pre-merged Aplington District)
Community Center
Aplington
Clarksville
AmVet Building
Clarksville
North Butler (Pre-merged Allison-Bristow District)
Courthouse-Lower Level Allison
VotersshouldchecktheirVoterRegistrationCardsorCalltheAuditor’sOfficeat319-2677-2670
with questions about school polling locations.
Any voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or
write may be given assistance at the polls by a person of the voter’s choice, other than the voter’s
employeroragentofthatemployerorofficeroragentofthevoter’sunion.Anyvoterwhoisphysically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle.
Pre-registration deadline for voters for this election is 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 23rd. Any new
voter who registers after this deadline will be required to show proof of residence and current and
valid photo ID. To help speed up the process when signing in at the polls, voters who have regis-
tered before the deadline will have the option to scan their Driver License, Non Driver ID or Voter
Registration Card.
Absentee ballots for this election are now available in the Office of the Butler CountyAuditor
where voters of the school districts listed above may vote absentee in person through 11:00 a.m. on
ElectionDay.Toreceiveanabsenteeballotbymail,votersmusteithersubmitanofficialabsentee
ballot request form or a handwritten request to the auditor.
All requests must include the following required voter information: full name, complete address,
mailing address, date of birth, date or name of election and the voter’s signature. The deadline for
submitting a request to have an absentee ballot mailed to a voter is 5:00 p.m. January 30th.
ButlerCountyAuditor’sRegularOfficehours:7:30a.m.–4:30p.m.MondaythroughFriday.Additional hours for this election: open til 5:00 p.m. on the two Fridays and the Monday immediately
prior to Election Day.
Lizbeth Williams
Butler County Auditor
and Commissioner of Elections
4286thSt.POBox325Allison,IA50602
Ph:319-267-2670
e-mail: [email protected]
www.butlercoiowa.org
TJ/CS 3-1
• Butler County Tribune-Journal •
COMMUNITY NEWS
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 •
13
Notice of Special Election
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
TO BE HELD FEBRUARY3, 2015
Public notice is hereby given to the voters of the Hawkeye Community College Merged Area VII
District who reside in the school districts below, that a Special Bond Election will be held on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. A sample ballot is included with this notice.
The polls will be open from Noon – 8:00 p.m. on Election Day as follows:
Polling Place
City
Butler County School District
Aplington-Parkersburg (Pre-merged Parkersburg District) Veterans Memorial Bldg. Parkersburg
Aplington-Parkersburg (Pre-merged Aplington District)
Community Center
Aplington
Clarksville
AmVet Building
Clarksville
North Butler (Pre-merged Allison-Bristow District)
Courthouse-Lower Level Allison
VotersshouldchecktheirVoterRegistrationCardsorCalltheAuditor’sOfficeat319-2677-2670
with questions about school polling locations.
Any voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or
write may be given assistance at the polls by a person of the voter’s choice, other than the voter’s
employeroragentofthatemployerorofficeroragentofthevoter’sunion.Anyvoterwhoisphysically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle.
Pre-registration deadline for voters for this election is 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 23rd. Any new
voter who registers after this deadline will be required to show proof of residence and current and
valid photo ID. To help speed up the process when signing in at the polls, voters who have regis-
tered before the deadline will have the option to scan their Driver License, Non Driver ID or Voter
Registration Card.
Absentee ballots for this election are now available in the Office of the Butler CountyAuditor
where voters of the school districts listed above may vote absentee in person through 11:00 a.m. on
ElectionDay.Toreceiveanabsenteeballotbymail,votersmusteithersubmitanofficialabsentee
ballot request form or a handwritten request to the auditor.
All requests must include the following required voter information: full name, complete address,
mailing address, date of birth, date or name of election and the voter’s signature. The deadline for
submitting a request to have an absentee ballot mailed to a voter is 5:00 p.m. January 30th.
ButlerCountyAuditor’sRegularOfficehours:7:30a.m.–4:30p.m.MondaythroughFriday.Additional hours for this election: open til 5:00 p.m. on the two Fridays and the Monday immediately
prior to Election Day.
Lizbeth Williams
Butler County Auditor
and Commissioner of Elections
4286thSt.POBox325Allison,IA50602
Ph:319-267-2670
e-mail: [email protected]
www.butlercoiowa.org
TJ/CS 3-1