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PACE 8C PUBLIC NOTICES THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017 HIGHLAND SCHOOLS Highland Community Schools the teacher could use these as a tool Board of Directors Meeting to help make improvements in both Monday, April 24, 2017 curriculum and discipline, co-taught, 6:00 p.m.- Highland Board Room worked with Mr Vii/edge to create a common reassessment form, did The meeting was called to order at research for teachers, mentoring with 6:00 p.m. by President Kevin Engel. teachers, worked with middle school Roll cell was taken with Mike Golden, students who were missing homework Rachel Longbine, Laura Temple, Lois and collected data to see how many Schneider, Nate Robinson and Kevin students are taking advantage of Engel present. Cindy Michel was retakes. He also attended workshops absent. Also in attendance were Chris and coaching meetings where he Armstrong, Superintendent, Angela collaborated with other instructional Hazelett, Secondary Principal and coaches. Zywiec gave the Board a Sue Rich, Board Secretary. hand out from Mr Milledge, Technology Robinson made a motion to approve Integration Specialist. Some of the agenda, as presented. Seconded his highlights from the year were by Temple. the Chromebook rollout, attending Motion carried 6-0 the ITEC conference, Highland Longbine made a motion to approve Technology Committee, working on the baseball fundraiser. Seconded by the website, clarity survey, student Robinson. network, Iowa Assessments, Goggle Motion carried 6-0 Apps for Education, PowerSchool, Bill Zywiec, Instructional Coach PowerTeacher Pro, staff member gave a presentation of his year in websites, barcodes and tags and review of the TLC grant. He stated NWEA MAP testing setup. Zywiec he spent time this year working one stated that overall he thought it was a on one with the teachers on Standard very productive year. Based Grading and developed aAngela Hazelettand Derek Cornett handbook on SBG that teachers can spoke about the possibility of creating use. He also helped teachers develop a board policy that would give middle rubrics and proficiency scales, school students who enroll in high created a list of teaching strategies school level courses credit for taking for teachers to use in the classroom, the courses. Since it does not filmed classroom lessons so he and appear there is a current board policy relating to this it was decided that it are planning on having some open shown. He also stated we are starting would make more sense to amendpublic forums as well. to get a plan on the moving of the stuff the handbook adding this stipulation Angela Hazelett-Secondary at Ainsworth. All the technology will instead of creating a board policy Principal be taken care of by Iowa Solutions. which would require 2 readings before -Roboticsleaves for the World The furniture that needs to be moved it would go in to effect. There will be Championship tomorrow, will be done by either volunteers or an action item next month to amend ,Prom is this Saturday, April 29th possibly a moving company. We are the handbook, with the Grand March at 7:00, followed able to get uniform size boxes from Longbine made a motion to approve by the dance from 8-12 with post prom Proctor and Gamble. Teachers are the Interim Superintendent contract to follow, responsible for packing up their own for Dr Mike Jorgensen for the 2017-18 -The middle school home track stuff. school year. Seconded by Golden. meet is Friday, April 28th and the high Nate Robinson asked if there Motion carried 5-1 school home track meet is Monday, was going to be a board retreat this Schneider opposed 'May 1st. year. We are waiting until the new Temple made a motion to approve -NHS Induction ceremony is this superintendent is on board to see if the personnel items. Seconded by Wednesday at 7:00 pm. he would like to have one and decide Longbine. -SeniorAwards night is Wednesday, what needs to be discussed. Motion carried 6-0 May 17th. The next regular board meeting is ~: -Mahaska Bottling has given an scheduled for Monday, May 8, 2017 Amy Davis - School Librarian -over $2000 donation to go towards at 6:00 p.m. in the Highland Board MA+24(15) recycle containers for a student to Room. Kevin Vonnahme - JH Baseball starta recycling program at the middle Longbine made a motion to Coach - 7% school/high school, adjourn at 6:55 p.m. Seconded by -May 19th will be transition day Temple. Joe Donovan - Head Football where everyone will move up to their Motion carried 6-0 Coach & JH Girls Basketball Coach grade for next year. Reports and documents and the Modifications: -Attended PowerSchool training full text of motions, resolutions, or Bill Zywiec - From .5 Secondary today, policies considered by the Board at Math Teacher/.5 Instructional Coach Sue Rich stated that she andthis meeting are on file in the Board to Dean of Students- George Schultz have been working Secretary's office, 648-3822 or 657- Teacher salary plus $10,000 stipend with Mr Surine and the Robotics 4180, Monday through Friday, 9:00 Lois Schneider asked for an Team on getting all the arrangements a.m. to 4:00 p.m. update on the Ainsworth building. Mr made to go to St Louis for the World Armstrong stated that after the last Competition. PRESIDENT, KEVIN ENGEL meeting they had the City of Ainsworth Mr Armstrong stated he was very SECRETARY, SUE E RICH was taking the lead on this now. They excited for the Robotics team and are putting it on the agenda for the thanked the community for all the Published in The Kalona News, City Council meeting on May 9th and donations and support they have Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-181 CITY OF RIVERSIDE CITY OF KALONA 2016 WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR RIVERSIDE WATER DEPT This report contains important information regarding groundwater. Our water quality testing shows the following results: the water quality in our water system. The source of our water is CONTAMINANT Total Trihalam~aa~ (ppb) [TT M] [.cad (ppb) MCL - (MCLG) "I~e go (N/A) LRAA AL=15 (0) Copper (ppm) AL=I.3 (1.3) "~0 - DILUTION SYSTEM 90th 90h Chlorine (ppm)(MRDLCr--4.0)MRDL=4"0iI RAA 03 - S/EP FROM WELLS #7 & #8 Compliance Date Violatio n Value & (Range) Y~qo 8.00 (8 - 8) 09/30/2016 No 0.00 (ND - 3) 2014 0.04 (bid - 0.07) 2014 1,3 (0,33 - 2.13) 12/31/2016 .............................................. 0.45 11/10/2015 2.28 (0,02- 2.28) 11/12/2016 2.00 10/12/2015 16 10/12/2015 Fhmride (ppm) 4 (4) Ftaorid (ppm) 4 (4) Arsenic (.ppb) 10 (0) Sodium (ppm) N/A (N/A) SOL SGL SGL SGL Sonrce By-products of drlnking water chlorination Cormsioa of household plumbing No systems; ,rosion of natural deposits Corrosion of houschold plumbing No systems; Erosion of natural deposits; [.caching fi'om wood preservatives ........ J Wator additive used to control ........ No ......... microbm NO Water addltive which promotes strong teeth; Erosion of natural deposits; Discharge ~om fertilizer and a|umlmlm factories Water additive which p)~omot~ strong teeth~ ............ NO Erosion of natural dopoaits; Runoff No from orchards; Runofffrom glass and electronic production wastes No Erosion ofnntm~l deposits; Added to water during treatmont vroceas Note: Contaminants with dates in- RTCR - Revised Total Coliform several hours, you can minimize the dicate results from the most recent Rule potential for lead exposure by flush- testing done in accordance with regu- NTU - Nephelometric Turbidity mg your tap for 30 seconds to 2 min- lations. Units utes before using water for drinking or GENERAL INFORMATION cooking. If you are concerned about DEFINITIONS Drinking water, including bottled lead in your water, you may wish to Maximum Contaminant Level water, may reasonably be expected' have your water tested. Informa- (MCL) - The highest level of a con- to contain at least small amounts of tion on lead in drinking water, testing taminant that is allowed in drinking some contaminants. The presence methods and steps you can take to water. MCLs are set as close to the of contaminants does not necessarily minimize exposure is available from MCLGs as feasible using the best indicate thatwater posed a health risk. the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at available treatment technology. More information about contaminants http:llwww.epa.govlsafewaterllead. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or potential health effects can be ob- SOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT (MCLG) -- The level of a contaminant tained by calling the Environmental INFORMATION in drinking water below which there is Protection Agency's Safe Drinking This water supply obtains its water no known or expected risk to health. Water Hotline (800-426-4791).from the buried sand and gravel of the MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. Some people may be more vulner- Buried Sand and Gravel aquifer. The ppb -- parts per billion, able to contaminants in drinking water Buried Sand and Gravel aquifer was ppm -- parts per million, than the general population. Immuno- determined to be highly susceptible pCi/L-picocuries per liter compromised persons such as per- to contamination because the char- . N/A- Not applicable sons with cancer undergoing chemo- acteristics of the aquifer and overlying ND -- Not detected therapy, persons who have undergone materials provide, little protection from RAA-RunningAnnualAverage organ transplants, people with HIV/ contamination at the land surface. Treatment Technique (TT) - A re- AIDS or other immune system disor- The Buried Sand and Gravel wells quired process intended to reduce ders, some elderly, and infants can will be highly susceptible to surface the level of a contaminant in drinking be particularly at risk from infections, contaminants such as leaking under- water. These people should seek advice ground storage tanks, contaminant Action Level (AL) - The concen- about drinking water from their health spills, and excess fertilizer application. tration of a contaminant which, if ex- care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines A detailed evaluation of your source ceeded, triggers treatment or other on appropriate means to lessen the water was completed by the Iowa De- requirements which a water system risk of infection by Cryptosporidium partment of Natural Resources, and is must follow, and other microbial contaminants are available from the Water Operator at Maximum Residual Disinfectant available fromthe Safe Drinking Wa- 319-648-2094 Level Goal (MRDLG) - The level of ter Hotline (800-426r4791). CONTACT INFORMATION a drinking water disinfectant below If present, elevated levels of lead For questions regarding this infor- which there is no known or expected can cause serious health problems, mation or how you can get involved in risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect especially for pregnant women and decisions regarding the water system, the benefits of the use of disinfectants young children. Lead in drinking water please contact RIVERSIDE WATER to control microbial contaminants, is primarily from materials and compo- SUPPLY at 319-648-2094. Maximum Residual Disinfectant nents associated with service lines This reportwillnotbemailedtoindi- Level (MRDL) - The highest level of a and home plumbing. RIVERSIDE vidual customers but copies are avail- disinfectant allowed in drinking water. WATER SUPPLY is responsible for able at City Hall during their regular There is convincing evidence that ad- providing high quality drinking water, business hours. dition of a disinfectant is necessary for but cannot control the variety of ma- control of microbial contaminants, terials used in plumbing components. Published in the Kalona News, SGL- Single Sample Result When your water has been sitting for Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-147+ WASHINGTON COUNTY THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT 1982, was admitted to probate in the Proponent WASHINGTON COUNTY above named court and there will be no present administration of the es- Tracy Anderson, ICIS PIN No: IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE tate. Any action to set aside the will AT0000476 OF HAZEL L. BURROWS, Deceased, must be brought in the district court of Attorney for estate Probate No. ESPR006925, NOTICE said county within the later to occur of 201 5th Street OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT AD- four months from the date of the sec- PO Box 848 MINISTRATION. and publication of this notice or one Kalona, IA52247-0848 To All Persons Interested in the month from the date of mailing of this Estate of HAZEL L. BURROWS, De- notice to all heirs of the decedent and Published in The Kalona News ceased, who died on or about March devisees under the will whose identi- Thursday, May 4, 2017. L-40 21, 2016: ties are reasonably ascertainable, or Date of second publication in The You are hereby notified that on the thereafter be forever barred.Kalona News Thursday, May 11,2017 November 16, 2016, the last will and Dated October 19, 2016. testament of HAZEL L. BURROWS, deceased, bearing date of March 24, Wesley N. Burrows NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEARING AMENDMENT OF FY2016-2017 CITY BUDGET Form 653.C1 The City Council of KALONA in WA,,~HINGTON CotJf~y, Ic~.'a wilt meat at City Haft (K,a~r~a Comnmnity Center) at 7:00 PM on s/'~rv'zo17 (~ur) (Date) ,for the purpose of arnanding the cun'erd budget of 1he city for the fi=ai year ending June 30, 2017 , bear) by changing estimates of revenue and axpenditL~'e appropriations in 815 followb~ programs for the reasons given. Additional detail is available at the city oterk'e office showing revenues and expenditures by fund type and by a~v~, Taxes Levied on Property Less: Uncollected Property Taxes*Levy Year Net Current Property Taxes Dalinquent properly Taxes i TIF Rever~es Other City Taxes Licenses & Permit= Use of Money and Prof~'ty intergovernmental :: Charges for Services :: Special Assessments i Mis~fllanenua Other Financing Sources Trenfers In :: Total Revenues and O~er s~urce$ Total Budget Total Budget as ccrtifk~Current after Currani or last ernended i Amendment Amendment i I 1 932,50C C 932,50(; 2 3 932,50C C 932,50~ 4 C (; 5 96,74C C 96,74{~ 6 263,55~ (~ 263,558 7 13.500 2,59 16.0~ 5 2s.sr~ c 25,s5o 9 337,49~ 269,500 666,995 10 908,77"/ 11.486 ~0,263 11 g g 12 152,73A 55.240 207.974 13 C 3.900,000 3.900.000 14 75,000 120,000 195,000 15 2,805~b4 4,3b~,81~ 7,164,670 Public Safety ~ Publt ~Norks Health and SOCISl Services i Culture and Recra~ion :. Community and Economic Development General Government Debt Servi~ i Capital projects i Total Government Actiwttes Exper'~it~es Bu~e~ Type / Enterprises i l o~al GOV P,x:~'ibe s & BUS~SS:: kxpenditU~S Trar~fers Out i total Expenditure=v'Trensfem ~ Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over ]: i t t t6 194,594 2,160 196,694 17 482,393 1,000 483.393 18 0 0 0 19 538.041. 33,204 571,245 20i 417,059 -74.916 342,143 21 ! 205,868 815.206 t,019,074 221 85,810 0 85,8t0 23 0 55,000 55,000 24 1,923,75', ~29,594 2,753,'359 25 794,537 54,212 848,749 28 2,71~,302 B83,~06 3,602,108 27 75,000 120,000 195,000 28 2.793,302 1,003,806 3,797,108 [Under) Expenditums/Trensfem Out for Fiscal Yser 29 12,552. 3.355,olo 3,367,5~2 Baginn~g Fund Balance July t i 30 2,853,400 0 2,853,400 Ending Fund Balance ..h,me 30 31 2,865,952 3.355,010 8,220,962 Explanation of incenses or deceases in revenue estimate==, epprop~ons, ot av~able ~.~h: Revenue ~cteases were from Grants, Res Center Project, Watershed Project and HUD Grant, Memorial Project, DOT Safe Routes Sidewalk Projsof and miscellaneous funde. Expenses increased due to Water=had Project, Watershed HUD Grant, Ran Center Pmje~, Memoffai project, DOT Safe Rot~e~ Sioewa~ Projec, t, unexpected repairs to wgter main breaks, ~ fse hydrant repair=. There Will be no {ncreese in taxiisvies to be paid in the ourrenl fiscal year named above. Any increase in axpenditues set out above will be met from the ~:,raeSed tw~pmperty tax revenues and cash bslanc~s not budgeted or considered in th~ current budgat. This will previ~e for a balanced budget. Published in The Kalona KAREN CHRISTNER, City Clerk City Clerk/Finance affect News, Thursday, May 4, 2017 PUBLIC NOTICE City of Kalona will be collecting samples to determine the lead and copper levels in tap water. This sam- pling effort is required by the U.S. En- vironmental Protection Agency and Stat~ of Iowa, and is being accom- plished through the cooperation of homeowners and residents. 20 single family structures built after 1982 that contain lead pipes or copper pipes with lead solder, will be selected for sampling sites. City of Kalona Water Department will be collecting the samples on Tues- day, May 9, 2017. Published in The Kalona News, Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-17 PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM WATER DISCHARGE The Washington County Road Department plans to submit a Notice of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to be covered under National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit No.2 "Storm Water Discharge Associated with Industria/ Activity for Construction Activities." The storm water will be from construction activity for the grading and surfacing construction project located in Washington County, IA; Public Land Survey location is Township 77, Range 8 Sections 14 & 23. Storm water will be discharged from multiple point sources and will be discharged to the following stream: small stream then to the English River Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protectiori Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319,0034. The public may review the Notice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Fdday, at the above address after it has been received by the department. Published in The Kalona News, Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-32 LONE TREE SCHIIOLS Lone Tree CSD Vendor Totals Report by 04/01/2017 - 04/30/2017 Vendor Vendor Name. Descriotion, Total 4 SEASONS FUND RAISING, FUND- RAISER .................................... 98.20 ACE FUNDRAISING, FUNDRAISER ............................................. 2,688.00 AGVANTAGE FS INC, SUPPLIES .... ................................................ 544.89 ALLIANT-ENERGY, GAS & ELEC- TRIC .................................... 6,776.83 BALE COMPANY, SUPPLIES 180.20 BANCARD CENTER, SUPPLIES ...... .............................................. 2,734.11 BARTON, LINDA, PIANO SERVICES ................................................ 150.00 BAUM, BETHANY, REIMBURSE- MENT ....................................... 53.00 BELLE PLAINE COMMUNITY SCHOOL, TRACK ENTRY FEES ...... .................................................. 80.00 BOUNCE PARTY SUPPLIES, SUP- PLIES ..................................... 180.00 BSN SPORTS, SUPPLIES ..... 167.44 CASEY'S PIZZA, PIZZA ......... 173.96 CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVIC- ES INC, NATURAL GAS ...... 3,772.26 COBB OIL COMPANY, DIESEL, GAS ............................................. 1,214.45 CRAIG, RICHARD, OFFICIAL150.00 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ....... 368.05 CYCLONE VOLLEYBALL CAMP, EN- TRY FEE ................................ 195.00 DEMCO, SUPPLIES ................. 26.93 DEVAUL, CAYLON, REIMBURSE- MENT ....................................... 75.19 ELITE SPORTS, SUPPLIES .... 31.45 FELDMAN, GARY, SUPPLIES/RE- PAIRS ..................................... 135.75 FORBES, KELLI, REIMBURSEMENT .................................................. 94.64 FOUNTAIN OF FLOWERS AND GIFTS, FLOWERS ................... 63.00 GRANT WOOD AEA, SERVICES ..... ............................................. 3,495.75 HARRY'S CUSTOM TROPHIES LTD., SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT 185.3 HARSHMAN, JONATHAN, REIM- BURSEMENT ................ . .......... 86.00 HIGHLAND MUSIC BOOSTERS, SUPPLIES .............................. 136.00 HOTKA, MOLLY, REIMBURSEMENT .................................................. 30.00 HOTZ, TAIYA, REIMBURSEMENT... ................................................ 148.40 HY VEE IOWA CITY #2, SUPPLIES. ................................................ 224.40 HY-VEE #1281, SUPPLIES.... 729.68 INSTRUMENTALIST AWARDS LLC, THE , BAND SUPPLIES ......... 144.00 IOWA CHILDRENS MUSEUM, AD- MISSION FEE/DEPOSIT ........ 136.00 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NET- WORK, ICN FEES .................. 266.25 IOWA DIVISION OF CRIMINAL, FIN- GERPRINTING ......................... 26.00 INVESTIGATION IOWA FFAASSOCIATION, DUES ..... ................................................ 673.00 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC AS- NATIONAL FFA, AWARDS ..... 901.00 sac, SUPPLIES/FEES ............ 10.05 NEOPOST INC, POSTAGE METER. IOWA PAPER, SUPPLIES ...... 249.47 ............................................. :.. 102.87 IOWA SOLUTIONS, COMPUTER OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE, SERVICES ........................ 18,121.00 FEES ...................................... 425.00 JACQUE, AMBER, REIMBURSE- OLD CAPITOL HOME INSPECTION VENT ....................................... 52.53 LLC, EQUIPMENT REPAIRS/SER- JOHNSON COUNTY REFUSE INC, VICE ....................................... 241.00 GARBAGE SERVICE ............. 710.00 OVERHEAD DOOR, REPAIRS BUS KALONA KOUNTRY KATERING, BARN ................................... 1,008.00 SUPPLIES ........................... 2,821.00 PERFORMANCE THERAPIES, KALONA NEWS, SUBSCRIPTION ... TRAINING .............................. 153.00 ................................................ 235.02 PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY INC, MILK. KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COL- . ............................................ 2,234.80 LEGE, REGISTRATION/TUITION ..... QUILL CORPORATION, SUPPLIES/ ............................................. 5,750.00 EQUIPMENT ....................... 1,634.91 KOCH BROTHERS INC, SUPPLIES REALITYVVORKS, SUPPLIES .......... .................................................... 6.38 ............................................. 1,900.50 KRUSE, TERRY, REIMBURSEMENT REEVES, MICHAEL, REIMBURSE- .................................................. 72.00 VENT ..................................... 105.00 LONE TREE TIRE AND SERVICE, RELIABLE TERMITE & PEST CON- REPAIRS/SUPPLIES ............. 412.44 TROL, PEST CONTROL ........ 145.10 LT'S FINE GROCERY, SUPPLIES .... RITCHIE, PHIL, OFFICIAL... (120.00) ................................................ 146.75 RUNDLE'I-r LANDSCAPING INC, MAHONEY, BRIDGET, REIMBURSE- SNOW REMOVAL .................. 475.00 VENT .......... : .......................... 246.37 SAUNDERS, BOB, OFFICIAL200.00 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS ............. INC, SUPPLIES ................... 9,151.83 LIBRARY BOOKS ............... 1,552.69 MATHESON TRI GAS, SUPPLIES ...SCHOOL BUS SALES CO, BUS/ .................................................. 95.50 PARTS .................................... 143.54 MAXWELL MEDALS AND AWARDS, SCHOOL PRIDE, SUPPLIES... 30.00 TRACK AwARDS ................ 1,445.00SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, SUP- MENARDS, SUPPLIES .., ...... 370.08 PLIES ....................................... 91.81 MID TOWN GLASS, ATHLETIC SUP- SCHOOL TECH INC, SAFETY PA- PLIES .................................. :.... 50.00 TROL SUPPLIES ................... 344.93 MONTEZUMA COMMUNITY SEABURY & SMITH, HEALTH IN- SCHOOL, SPEECH COACHES SURANCE ........................... 1,745.25 MEETING ................................. 75.00 SEIBA, DUES AND FEES ...... 120.00 SIMPLEXGRINNELL.. MONITORING ................................................ 733.38 SKY ZONE CEDAR RAPIDS, TICK- ETS ......................................... 288.90 SMITH, BROOKE, REIMBURSE- MENT ....................................... 73.17 SPRINGVlLLE GIRLS BASKETBALL, ENTRY FEE ........................... 135.00 TOMAS, CINDY, REIMBURSEMENT .................................................. 37.75 TRI-STATE, INSPECT FIRE SYS- TEM ........................................ 160.00 UNIQUE EVENTS, DJ ......... 1,000.00 US BANK EQUIPMENT FINANCE .... COPIER LEASE ..................... 446.43 US FOODS, SUPPLIES ........... 55.07 VETTER'S INC CULLIGAN, SER- VICE ....................................... 239.95 VINTON-SHELLSBURG SPEECH TEAM, REGISTRATION FEE... 21.00 WACO MUSIC BOOSTERS, BAND MEAL ...................................... 329.00 WALMART STORES, SUPPLIES ..... ................................................ 285.43 WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE, BUILDING REPAIR/DOORS 1,320.00 WEST LIBERTY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, PRACTICE FEES ....... 585.00 WEST MUSIC COMPANY, INSTRU- MENTAL SUPPLIES ............ 1,607.64 WESTFALL, COLLEEN, REIM- BURSEMENT ........................... 46.76 WlNDsTREAM IOWA COMMUNICA- TIONS, TELEPHONE ............. 430.21 Vendors Listed:94, Total: ... 87,483.68 Published in The Kalona News, Thurs- day, May 4, 2017 L-183