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Holmes HFH5606Holmes HFH5606UM Oscillating Power Heater

Holmes - With Adjustable Thermostat

Find comfort in every room of the house. This oscillating heater redefines convenience with a 1-touch thermostat control that lets you choose either manual or auto settings, so you can find the temperature that suits you. Model HFH5606-UM.

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Brand: Holmes
Part Number: HFH5606UM
UPC: 048894744068

 

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Guy Wathieu 3:54am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 
Works fairly well but does not spread the heat very far and the themostat cuts off when the air very close to the unit is warm. For a large bathrrom.

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CHANGE YOUR LIGHTS Energy Star-qualified compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) are required to meet certain standards, one of which is they have to save you at least $30 in energy

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costs over the bulb's roughly 7,500- to 10,000-hour life. While concerns about mercury content have raised questions about those more-efficient bulbs, they contain only a fraction of the mercury in an old-fashioned thermometer. But the mercury inside CFLs means you should take them to a recycling center instead of throwing them in the trash. For buying advice on the types of CFLs and tips on the best places to use them, see "New Twists in Savings," on page ""

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PROGRAM YOUR THERMOSTAT Lowering your home's temperature 5 to 10 degrees at night and when no one is home can slash your heating costs by up to 20 percent per year. Programmable thermostats are supposed to make saving simpler. But confusing controls on some models might actually discourage savings. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. roughly 50 percent of homeowners don't change temperature settings at night. Check our report on page 30 for electronic setback thermostats that work best and have the friendliest controls and displays.
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A new furnace or boiler probably won't save you enough to recoup the $4,000 to $5,000 you'll spend to replace it. Instead, make your current system more efficient by sealing any cracks or gaps in ductwork and by insulating the ducts.Also caulk any holes in your walls, especially if they penetrate between floors to an unheated basement or attic. Those holes turn walls into pathways

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competitive: 10 cents vs. 13 cents for an equivalent-size gasoline-powered car. Honda claims its new FCX, for example, gets the equivalent of about 61 mpg. Range and storage issues. Hydrogen is the lightest element, and so it canies very little energy. At a pressure of about 5,000 psi, even with a large hydrogen tank, a typical FCV has a driving range of less than 300 miles. GM and other automakers are working to extend the range by using tanks that hold hydrogen at 10,000psi. Few hydrogen stations. Today there are only 44 hydrogen stations in the U.S., according to the National Hydrogen Association, an industry trade group. And only a few are open to the public. To kick-start the hydrogen infrastruc-ture, California, Illinois, New York, an.d Texas, plus British Columbia, hatre launched initiatives to build "hydrogen highways" that would support FCVs. They will initially be centered in major metro areas and w i l l extend out from there. Joan Ogden, director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways project at UC Davis, estimates it will cost $12 billion to $20 billion between 2012 and 2025 to build enough stations along major interstate highways to allow FCVs to travel across the country Energy companies are optimistic that once universal codes and standards are adopted, stations can be built quickly. "Our intention is that we'd have a sufficient number of stations to support a rollout of fuel-cell cars between now and 2020," says David Austgen, a general manager at Shell Hydrogen. Vehicle costs. Experts say the price of FCVs would have to be comparable with that of conventional cars before consumers would buy them. Bill Reinert, national manager of Toyota's Advanced Technologies Group, expects that im-
provements in materials ana proauction will bring costs in line. An example of that is Honda's secondgeneration FCX, which will cost less than half to produce than the first one did, says Chris Naughton, a Honda representative. Still,the first FCVs may sell at luxury prices. Safety conc:ems. Sonle people wony about driving a car with a tank of pressurized, flammablet hydrogen gas. But experts claim that witn proper care, hydrogen could be at least as safe as gasoline. In testing, the storage tanks are subjected to drop tests, vibration, fires, and bullets, and so far there have been no red flags, says Sunita Satyapal, a team leader for hydrogen storage at the Department of Energy. Hydrogen "diffusesto the point that it's hard to have a safety issue," says Keith Wipl<e,a senior engineer at the National Kenewable Energy Laboratory.For example, hydrogen won't pool underneath a car after an accident, as does gasoline. Still, leaks can occur.And if hydrogen gas accumulates in a closed space, it could be ignited. Some experts have proposed that hydrogen detectors be developed to warn people of leaks.

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battery pack that, in some, can be charged by plugging into electrical outlets, says Scott Samuelsen,professor of mechanical, aerospace, and environmental engineering at the University of California, Inrine. The next few years will determine whether FCVs are headed for the open highway or a dead end. In the meantime, weaning America off fossil fuels will take more than FCVs. Consumers Union. the nonprofit publisher of CONSUMER REPORTS, thinks the U.S. needs to pursue higher fuel-economy standards for gasoline vehicles, as well as alternative vehicles powered by clean diesel, biofuels, and batteries. It will take a variety of efforts to lead the country out of the petroleum era and into the next energy age.

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GM's Project Driveway allows people in the New York and Washington, D.C., areas and California to drive one of its 100 fuel-cell-powered Chevy Equinox SUVs for up to several months. To apply, qo to www.chevrolet.com/fuelcelland click on "Apply for test proqram!' Next year, Honda plans to lease its second-generation FCX sedans to at least 20 people in Southern California. For information: automobiles.honda.com /future-cars/fcx-concept.aspx.
In 2015 the Department of Energy expects to make a decision with automakers and energy companies about whether FCVs can be made commercially viable.If things look good, the first FCVs offered for sale could be introduced soon after. Some automakers have already announced plans to commercialize FCVs before 2020. GM has even said it expects to have FCVs in showrooms by 2012. But some experts say it will take a critical mass of 500,000 FCVs to bring costs in line.That could take until 2025 or 2030. For flexibili@ FCVs will be able to be powered by either a hydrogen fuel cell or a
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Overall score is based on wind and rain resistance, durability, and convenience. All tests but convenience were conducted by an outside lab. Wind resistance measures each window's ability to keep out 25 mph winds at outdoor temperatures of O0 and70 F. Rain resistance measures their ability to keep out heavy. wind-driven rain. For durablllty, we evaluated how well each model maintained its wind and rain resistance after a week's worth of severe temperature changes. Convenience assesses how easy the window was to Open and Close, how easy its sashes tilted back for cleaning, and whether it had helpful features such as fullFree: The pros and cons of different length handles, and a handle for the top sash. U-factor measures how well the window prevents heat from typesof windows, including double-hung, escaping; the lower the number, the better. U-factor was supplied by the manufacturer. Previous checks casement' 'Iidervand awning models8 is have found them to be accurate. Partial replacement refers to replacing the windows installed in existing available at w w w ~ C o n s u m e r R e ~ o r t s ~ o r ~ ~frames; full replacement involves either a new opening or a strip-down to the bare opening. Custom Click on Home & Garden, then on windows. sizes means the product can be made to order. Price is approximate retail for a 3x5-foot double-hung window with double-glazing, low-E coating, and argon gas. It does not include installation or other options.

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v installed badly won't deliver s tt nfort, or savings you expect. So In aaalrron to getting multiple bids and detailed contracts, here are some specific tips on choosing a window pro: Seek certification. Many major window manufacturers train and certify installers on their specific lines. Using the same contractor for purchase and installation can avoid finger-pointing if there is a problem later. Also look for certification from the American Window & Door Institute at www.awdi.com or InstallationMasters at
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pensive. Half of the readers in GCLLJ U I VCY spent $8,000 or more, and 16 percent spent $15,000 or more. Keep these tips in mind: Weigh partial vs.f l replacement. If ul the old window frame is structurally sound, level, and plumb, consider changing only the window instead of replacing the entire frame to save on installation costs. Pick a frame material. Vinyl and clad-wood windows remain popular. Aluminum windows have all but disappeared because they readily conduct heat. Fiberglass is available in dark colors and can be painted. Match your climate. Use our Ratings to identify windows with the performance you need. example, if your home is exFor posed to high winds and cold tempera-
crew removes all the windows first and another installs, you'll be left with multiple openings for the duration. And be sure the installer measures each replacement window before he rips out the old one. Otherwise, you could end up with a boarded-up hole waiting for the right window to arrive. Mind the little details. If you want to paint around the windows, have the installer use acrylic-latex caulk, which is paintable, not silicone. And be sure the window works well before the installer a ~ ~ l iinterior trim. es
Interview the installer. G online and o read the installation instructions for the window you've chosen. Ask whether the installer plans to follow them-down to details such as the type, amount, and placement of flashing and insulation. If not, he should be able to explain why. Remember that some changes could void the warranty. Know what to expect. Any seasoned installer should be able to tell you how long the actual installation should take. 3n It's Ask about tPie installati( ~rocess. better if each rlew windovi is put in immediately after t he old one is removed. If one

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I f you want a small or t h i n unit: 2 DeLonqhi $ 4 Pelonis $Honeywell $30 All three models deliver excellent temperature control. The flat-panel DeLonghi is quieter since it lacks a fan, and this lightweight model can be mounted on a wall. The diminutive Pelonis and Honeywell DrOvidina more have loncler Dower cords. placement obtions without an extension cord. The Honeywell is very noisy. I f you prefer a baseboard look:
1 Honeywell $60, CR Best Buy This heater is designed for placement along a wall, keeping it out of the middle of the room. Very safe t o use, this model runs quietly and offers excellent temperature control.
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G u i d e to Ratings Overall score is based on a weighted averaqe of safety, temperature control, noise, and ease of use. Displayed scores are rounded: Nlodels are lis;ted by precise overall score. Output represents the maximum rated output of a heater in use. Safety indicates results of tests for contact-surfacetemperatures.,, control safety controls, the likelihood the rlearer WIII create a fire hazard. and cord lenath. Tem~erature denotes how well a heater controlled the temperature in our test room. Top-rated models held roomtemperature variations to less than 3 O F. With the poorest performers, it varied by more than 6 O F. Noise represents our measure of the peak operating noise levels of each heater during a typical operating cycle. Ease Of use denotes our evaluation of size, weight, cord length, accessibility, and the ease of use of controls and handles. Tip-over switch indicates that a model is equipped with this safety feature, which shuts down the heater when it is knocked over. Overheat protection denotes that the heater will shut off when a sensor reaches a certain heat. Multiple heat settings indicates the heater has different with a thermostat. Cord lenqth wattage settings. Thermostatic control indicates the heater is equ~pped represent: h in inches of the heater's power cord. Price is approximate retail.

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ELECTRIC COMPANY The Holmes Quartz Tower, $60, Pelonis Disc Furnace, $110, DeLonqhi SafeHeat Flat Panel, $80, and Honeywell L w Profile o Convection, $60 (clockwise from far left). all provide a 1,500-watt output and are top performers in their cateqories.
Sales of space heaters are sizzling a:5 millions of homeowners buy into thc? a promise of lower-cost heating in an eriof soaring utility bills. Our tests of the latest electric heaters show that they provide more-consistent heat than those we last tested. And while they're also safer, space heaters still account for 40 percent of the deaths and 30 percent of the injuries e ich E year in this country that are heating related, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Fuel-fired models carry their own risks (see Safetywise). All of the tested heaters will comfortably warm a chilly room. But remember, the only way to potentially save money is to use a heater in one room and leave the rest of the house chillier. Temperature control is key Most of the heaters controlled room temperature well. Eight models with a thermostat excelled, maintaining temperature within 3" F or less. Buy a heater without one, and you'll have to turn it off at the desired temperature and on again to heat. Heaters with multiple output settings let you choose the lowest one that keeps a room comfortable, saving energy. Safety varies among models. The Bionaire Safety Smart Tower, $60, distin-
gui!;he itself with a sensor that turns off the he ter when the gnlle is touched. A 1ip- ver switch that shuts down a knock d-over heater is another desirable feature; five tested models lack one. High-priced models disappoint. The EdenPure Quartz Infrared 1000 Heater, $400, and Fujitronic TaiChi Bio-Flame FH-7792$130, earned the lowest overall scores. The EclenPure pirovided only fair tenlperature (:ontrol ancl ease of u se. Its

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Opt for convection or radiant. Convection heaters, whether fan-forced or not, are best for heating an entire room. Radiant heaters use an electric-ribbon

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enough to be a serious hazard. The propane models have a low-oxygen shutoff valve; the kerosene heaters, a tip-over switch. Still, these heaters can be useful. During a winter power outage, you might use one to keep water pipes in an uninsulated basement from freezing,for example. Before you operate a fuel heater, contact your building department about usage restrictions. Never move it while it's in use, and regularly clean and inspect it. During a power outage, place the heater in the center o a well-vented room that has batteryf powered carbon-monoxide and smoke alarms. Monitor the heater continually, and turn it off when you go out or to bed.
Propane- and kerosene-fueled heaters are f prodigious heat producers. But because o their open flames, the risk of carbonmonoxide poisoning, and the hazard associated with handling the fuel, it's best not to use them indoors, except in areas with good ventilation. W tested two propane models, the M. e r Heater Tough Buddy MHlBB, $140, and the Charmglow Blue Flame Heater With Thermostat CGL300TB, $200, and two that use kerosene, the DynaGlo Radiant RMC-55R7 $100, and the DuraHeat Portable DH2304. $125. None fared well in our safety tests and ;1 produced a small but measurable level o f 11 (10 and em itted partic1 ~lates, though not
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16 Lux $50, CR Best Buy 17 Honeywell $8 Lux $35, CR Best Buy 19 Honeywell $0 Hunter $45 Among these weekdaylweekend models, the Lux and Honeywell models are easiest t o program. Choose the low-priced Lux (18) or Hunter if you're willing to trade some conveniences and an easy-to- 1 see override display for a low price.
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Overall score is based mainly on temperature performance, programming ease, and display visibil-
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Programmable thermostats can help save energy by automatically raising or lowering temperatures at night and when you're away. But confusing controls on some can make it easy to burn more energy than you bargained for. The fact that thermostats can be hard to use is a primary reason the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering its Energy Star certification. 'Programmable thermostats can save significant energy, but only when programmed correctly," says Maria Vargas, an EPA spokeswoman. "We've found there's a margin for error that leads to energy waste." Indeed, many people assume that no programming is needed for these products, Vargas adds. The agency is proposing an educational program, and will work with the industry to make thermostats friendlier. Manufacturers have taken some steps to make programmable thermostats less daunting. Today's have built-in energysaving programs that are designed to cut heating and cooling costs by up to 20 percent, eliminating the need to create programs from scratch.But you'll still have to set the time, date, and the system they'll control. Odds are you'll also want to tailor those programs to your schedule.

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Our Ratings include 25 models, with C Best Buys that cost as little as $35.But R months of testing confirmed that some make programming far more onerous than others,regardless of price. And while most are good at showing and maintaining the temperature you set, we found several exceptions. Here are the details: Two are tough to program. Clear onscreen prompts and intuitive controls help make saving energy easier. But simply setting the time on the $300 Bryant Preferred Series involves a long list of steps that could encourage mistakes. (The model is being discontinued.) A screen that shows numbers instead of days also helped to make programming dates on the $45 ICM Controls Simple Comfort seem like rocket science. Two are hard to see. A display should be easy to read at arm's length. Glare and tiny letters made reading two of the Rite Temp models we tested a challenge.All programmable thermostats let you override their energy-saving modes. Some use bold letters or lights to tell you the override is on. The ICM and the RiteTemp 8022C are among those. ride prompts that are relatively SS. Some blow hot and co: lodels kept temperatures steady by quickly
activating the heating or cooling system. Models judged less than very good let temperatures rise and fall several degrees more than others, which could prompt you to override the program. One was less accurate. Displayed temperatures for most were accurate to within one or two degrees.AUthree samples of the Bryant read up to four degrees too high, which could make you uncomfortable enough to raise or lower temperatures.
Our Ratings and Quick Picks include several thermostats that are easier than most to program. Most models work with most heat-pump systems, though only a few work with multistage heat pumps. Once you've matched the programmable thermostat to your system, consider these shopping points before buying: Pick the programs you want. If you have a regular schedule, consider a weekday/weekend model, which offers one energy-saving program for weekdays and one or two for Saturday and Sunday Models with different programs for all seven days are often pricier, though several cost no more than simpler models. Look for convenience. Thermostats with touch-sensitive screens are foot-

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CFLs contain small amounts of mercury, a neurotoxin. If a bulb breaks, follow , these instructions from the U.S. Enviro mental Protection Agency: Open the windows and leave the roc for at least 15 minutes. For hard floors, don't vacuum or sweep the mess. Instead, wear disposable rubber gloves and use cardboard or stiff paper to scoop up the debris. Then cle-" the area with a damp paper towel. For rugs, use sticky tape to pick up a fragments and powder. Then vacuum t area if necessary. Place the debris and cleanup materi,3 s 1 into a plastic bag and seal it. Put t tiat bag into another plastic bag and seal it. If your area allows it and no other d posal or recycling options exist, place the trash outside. Wash your hands. After vacuuming the area for the fi time, remove bag or empty and wipe b Put bag or debris into a plastic bag a seal it. Then put that bag into anottier plastic bag and seal it. Place in the tre.-t. outside. Wash your hands. Although it's rare, some CFLs smoke. smell, or darken at the base when t t burn out. Currently all CFL materials must be self-extinguishing, so they won't catch fire, according to Enerqy Star If your CFL has a dramatic end, turn off power to the CFL. Once the bulb has cooled, remove it. Then send an e-mail message with a photo of the bulb and its make and model to cf/@energystar.gov.

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CK # 278290 INV# 007368 INV# 008611
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800

$282.60 $39.40 $322.00

CK # 278322 INV# 211408-090 INV# 211411-113 INV# 211412-113 INV# 430823-121 INV# 431157-121 INV# 434887-121 INV# 437008-121 INV# 437019-121 INV# 438752-083 INV# 720831-120 INV# 723647-121 INV# 723648-121 INV# 729019-120 INV# 729020-120
DOMINICKS 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800
$4.98 $95.98 $129.16 $5.18 $5.98 $9.12 $3.99 $37.73 $44.80 $7.48 $20.01 $59.18 $19.80 $9.25 $452.64
CK # 278484 DOMINICKS INV# 433390-122 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800 INV# 723546-123 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800

$89.04 $38.01 $127.05

CK # 278544 INV# 006988 INV# 007366

$173.10 $221.37 $394.47

CK # 278582 INV# 008780
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 10.8.00.1130.4102.0800

$80.72 $80.72

CK # 278169 PEARSON EDUCATION INV# 4019146519 10.8.00.1130.4201.0000

$328.97 $328.97

CK # 278292

SESAC, INC.

3103414

10.8.00.1130.6400.1701

SESAC 2010 MUSIC LI ** 00510 ANNUAL LICENSE FEE ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 11/1 ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 1/4** 00729 CELF4 RECORD FORM 2 ** 00729 CHAT PC4 CARRYING C **
CK # 278460 ASCAP INV# 1/1-12/31/ 10.8.00.1130.6400.1701

$297.00 $297.00

CK # 278226 SHELL INV# 0653105349 10.8.00.1202.3230.3201

$381.70 $381.70

CK # 278584 SHELL INV# 0653105340 10.8.00.1202.3230.3201

$312.00 $312.00

CK # 278088 INV# 72683699
NCS PEARSON, INC. 10.8.00.1202.4100.3201

$142.00 $142.00

CK # 278222 INV# 22692
SALTILLO CORPORATION 10.8.00.1202.4100.3201

$74.00 $74.00

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278230 INV# 8774910 SHOES FOR CREWS, INC. 10.8.00.1202.4100.CREW GUARD SLIP RES ** 00729 ARK GRABBER XT- GRA ** 00729 LTHS SHARE-FREEDOM ** 00729 HP15A BLACK TONER C ** 00729 SC COFFEE/HOT TEA 1 ** 00729 HP15A BLACK TONER ** 00729 TONER HP 96A-C4096A ** 00729 BLACK TONER, HP49X, **

$95.84 $95.84

CK # 278237 INV# 78541
TALK TOOLS 10.8.00.1202.4100.3201

$22.97 $22.97

CK # 278558 WORDS+, INC. INV# LTHS SHARE 10.8.00.1202.5410.3201

$2,848.00 $2,848.00

CK # 278090 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5006284080 10.8.00.1220.4100.3001

CK # 278097 INV# 308249

SODEXO, INC. 10.8.00.1220.4100.3001
CK # 278416 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5031676370 10.8.00.1220.4100.3001

$71.77 $71.77

CK # 278162 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5015034850 10.8.00.1220.4100.3300

$94.86 $94.86

CK # 278416 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5031696020 10.8.00.1220.4100.3300

$123.17 $123.17

CK # 278411 MCLEAN COUNTY UNIT DIST #INV# NOVEMBER 2 10.8.00.1293.8400.0000 NOV 2009 HOME SCHOO ** CK # 278151 INV# 1/4/10 MCINTOSH, CHRIS 10.8.00.1300.3110.GUITAR I - 14 STUDE ** STUDENTS IN EXCEL **

$330.00 $330.00

$2,475.00 $2,475.00

CK # 278161 INV# 10551

NOWAK, JOE 10.8.00.1300.3110.7900

$57.60 $57.60

CK # 278094 INV# 0023280
00729 PRECISE PRINTING NETWORK INC. 10.8.00.1300.3600.7900 ADULT EDUCATION SPR **

$8,278.40 $8,278.40

CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5037118280 10.8.00.1300.4100.7900
00729 ORDER NUMBER: 50371 **

$194.56 $194.56

CK # 278464 INV# 6233339
BARRONS EDUCATIONAL SERIES INC 00510 10.8.00.1300.4200.7900 LEARN GERMAN THE FA ** 3D SYSTEMS, INC. 10.8.00.1459.4100.2700 10.8.00.1459.5410.2700 10.8.00.1459.5410.2700 10.8.00.1459.5410.2700 10.8.00.1459.5410.VISIJET 100 MATERIA IN-VISION LD 3-D PR IN-VISION LD SFTWAR ON-SITE INSTALLATIO PO#101427-FREIGHT O ** 00510 12/4/09 SECURITY FO **

$131.92 $131.92

CK # 278593 INV# 10048017 INV# 10048011 INV# 10048014 INV# 10048015 INV# 10048016
$350.00 $4,370.00 $625.00 $600.00 $220.00 $6,165.00

CK # 278116 INV# 09-26

BALON, CRAIG 10.8.00.1511.3140.4001

$96.25 $96.25

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278140 INV# 09-26 HERRERA, EDGAR 10.8.00.1511.3140.12/4/09 SECURITY FO ** 00729 BASKETBALL SECURITY ** 00729 BASKETBALL SECURITY ** 00729 BASKETBALL SECURITY ** 00510 12/19/09 BASKETBALL ** 00510 12/19/09 BASKETBALL ** 00729 BOYS FROSH A&B BASK ** 00729 BOYS SOPH BASKETBAL ** 00729 BOYS FROSH A&B BASK ** 00729 BOYS JV BASKETBALL ** 00729 VARS BASKETBALL 1/9 ** 00729 SOPH B BASKETBALL 1 **

CK # 278336 INV# 1/9/10

GRANT, TIM 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024

CK # 278481 INV# 1/15/10

DEE, JOE 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024

CK # 278489 INV# 1/15/10

FELTEN, GREG 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
00510 1/15/10 BASKETBALL ** 00510 1/15/10 BASKETBALL ** 00510 1/15/10 BASKETBALL ** 00510 1/15/10 BASKETBALL ** 00729 FROSH A&B BASKETBAL **

CK # 278502 INV# 1/15/10

KOLAR, RICHARD 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024

CK # 278506 INV# 1/15/10

MCINTYRE, BRIAN 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024

CK # 278507 INV# 1/15/10

MCINTYRE, JIM 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
CK # 278542 REGES, CRAIG INV# 1/21/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278543 REUSZ, BERNIE INV# 1/21/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.VARS BASKETBALL 1/2 ** 00729 SOPH BASKETBALL 1/1 ** 00729 VARS BASKETBALL 1/2 ** 00729 GIRLS FROSH A&B BAS ** 00729 GIRLS SOPH BASKETBA ** 00729 GIRLS V/JV GYMNASTI ** 00729 GIRLS V/JV/F GYMNAS ** 00729 SC POOL SPEAKER REP ** ADULT REGISTRATIO ** 00510 STATE BASEBALL CLIN ** 00729 GIRLS V/S/F TRACK 5 ** 00729 GIRLS V LAX 4/23/10 **
CK # 278547 SULLIVAN, TONY INV# 1/15/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
CK # 278548 SZWEDA, WALTER INV# 1/21/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
CK # 278556 WEATHERSBY, KEEYON M. INV# 1/15/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
CK # 278557 WINKLER, SR., KIRK INV# 1/21/10 GA 10.8.00.1511.3191.4024
CK # 278212 NOCEK, ANNETTE INV# 1/6/10 GAM 10.8.00.1511.3191.4026

$87.00 $87.00

CK # 278213 NORRIS, ARLENE INV# 1/6/10 GAM 10.8.00.1511.3191.4026

CK # 278424 INV# 140756

TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC. 10.8.00.1511.3230.4001

$3,410.00 $3,410.00

CK # 278104 NATIONAL SPORTS CLINICS INV# 1/8-1/9/10 10.8.00.1511.3323.4001

$198.00 $198.00

CK # 278399 IHSBCA INV# 2/5-2/6/10 10.8.00.1511.3323.4001

$225.00 $225.00

CK # 278586 INV# 5/1/10
THORNTON TOWNSHIP H.S. 10.8.00.1511.3902.4036

$200.00 $200.00

CK # 278566 INV# 4/23/10
NEW TRIER HIGH SCHOOL 10.8.00.1511.3902.4046

$255.00 $255.00

CK # 278465 INV# B 6629
BAUM SIGN, INC. 10.8.00.1511.4100.4002
00510 EXTRA ANTENNA/FREIG ** 00729 LAKE FOREST TOURNEY ** 00510 12/5/09 DEBATE TOUR **

$118.71 $118.71

CK # 278100 STACHE, LARA INV# 12/12/09 J 10.8.00.1517.3191.5405

$100.00 $100.00

CK # 278117 INV# DEC 2009
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 10.8.00.1517.3902.5401
CK # 278127 DUNDEE CROWN HIGH SCHOOL 00510 INV# 11/13-11/1 10.8.00.1517.3902.5401 NOV 2009 DEBATE TOU ** CK # 278143 INV# 2009-2010 IL CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE ASSOC 00510 10.8.00.1517.3902.5401 2009-2010 ANNUAL DU **

CK # 278572 INV# 19492

ON-TIME PRINTING & 10.8.00.2123.3600.4300
00729 1900@ AP REG FORMS ** 00729 EXPLORE TEST JUICE/ ** 00729 OFFICE DEPOT #50450 TONER, TN580, BLK P ** 00729

$245.00 $245.00

CK # 278097 INV# 308304
SODEXO, INC. 10.8.00.2123.3907.4300

$236.50 $236.50

CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5045087360 10.8.00.2123.4100.4300 INV# 1174012359 10.8.00.2123.4125.4300

$295.96 $68.24 $364.20

CK # 278097

SODEXO, INC.

308251

10.8.00.2130.4100.4600

1 CS SALTINES-SC NU ** 00510 LAUNDRY CLEANED NUR LAUNDRY CLEANED-NUR **

$12.50 $12.50

CK # 278310 INV# C30697 INV# C30698
BREENS CLEANERS INC 10.8.00.2130.4100.4600 10.8.00.2130.4100.4600

$57.17 $29.55 $86.72

CK # 278340 ICE MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER CO 00510 INV# 09L0118434 10.8.00.2130.4100.4600 DEC 2009 WATER DELI ** CK # 278398 ICE MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER CO 00510 INV# 09L8106263 10.8.00.2130.4100.4600 DEC 2009 WATER DELI ** CK # 278466 INV# C30711 BREENS CLEANERS INC 10.8.00.2130.4100.1/12/10 LAUNDRY CLE **

$51.10 $51.10

$49.62 $49.62

$28.74 $28.74

CK # 278496 ICE MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER CO 00510 INV# 00A0118434 10.8.00.2130.4100.4600 JAN 2010 WATER COOL **

$8.99 $8.99

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278459 INV# 14557 INV# 14592 ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE/ALUM CORP 00510 10.8.00.2190.4100.4900 ENGRAVED PLATES 10.8.00.2190.4100.4900 BRONZE PLAQUE REBER ** ON-TIME PRINTING & 10.8.00.2191.3600.4801 10.8.00.2191.3600.2010-2011 ACADEMIC 2010-2011 ACADEMIC **

$88.00 $809.15 $897.15

CK # 278215 INV# 19466 INV# 19466
$8,966.00 $8,966.00 $17,932.00

CK # 278118 INV# 79552

BERNIE'S SAW & SUPPLY INC 00510 10.8.00.2212.3230.7400 20" MANUAL PAPER KN ** NCS PEARSON, INC. 10.8.00.2212.3900.STANFORD 10 ONLINE ** 00729 PIZZAS FOR INSTITUT ** 00729 OFFICE DEPOT #50158 ** 00510 11/16/09 COFFEE DEL **

$80.66 $80.66

CK # 278564 INV# 3475592

$2,245.88 $2,245.88

CK # 278366 PAISAN'S PIZZERIA INV# 1/19/10 PI 10.8.00.2212.3907.7400
CK # 278162 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5015823300 10.8.00.2212.4100.7400

$115.26 $115.26

CK # 278307 INV# 20006416
BEST COFFEE SERVICE 10.8.00.2212.4100.7400
CK # 278236 SUBURBAN LIFE PUBLICATIONS 00729 INV# 0000453260 10.8.00.2212.6900.7400 LEGAL NOTICE FOR DR ** CK # 278160 INV# 009100 NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS ASSOC. 00729 10.8.00.2213.3194.7420 PARA TRAINING 10/13 **

$159.98 $159.98

$1,223.00 $1,223.00
CK # 278389 CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE 00510 INV# CUSI000215 10.8.00.2213.3194.7420 PKGS0569 NCI TRAINI ** CK # 278162 INV# 5015503850 INV# 4997352530 INV# 4997353520 OFFICE DEPOT 10.8.00.2213.4100.7420 10.8.00.2213.4100.7423 10.8.00.2213.4100.BLACK CARTRIDGE FOR OFFICE DEPOT #49973 OFFICE DEPOT #49973 **

$1,301.39 $1,301.39

$134.21 $196.50 $196.50 $527.21

CK # 278348 INV# 2/26/10

LACONI YSS 10.8.00.2222.3323.5000
00510 2/26/10 WORKSHOP RE **

$25.00 $25.00

CK # 278359 INV# 47730
METROPOLITAN LIBRARY SYSTEM 00510 10.8.00.2222.3331.5000 WORKSHOP - YA PUBLI ** 00729 REF. ORDER #5036293 ** 00510 12/14/09 MISC BOOKS 12/14/09 MISC BOOKS 12/16/09 MISC BOOKS ** 00510 BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS
CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5036293120 10.8.00.2222.4100.5000

$73.00 $73.00

CK # 278115 INV# 2024033015 INV# 2024033647 INV# 2024045627
BAKER & TAYLOR INC 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000
$326.88 $260.31 $596.62 $1,183.81
CK # 278458 INV# 0501481040 INV# 0563423506 INV# 0902117134 INV# 0902175228 INV# 0902186725
AMAZON 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000
12/11/09 12/11/09 12/13/09 12/14/09 12/11/09

MISC MISC MISC MISC MISC

$6.99 $18.93 $9.71 $14.21 $15.95
VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTINUED INV# 0992920352 INV# 0992925735 INV# 0992928317 INV# 0992950437 INV# 1028532920 INV# 1129728245 INV# 1204684147 INV# 1509220717 INV# 2486006995 INV# 2820617885 INV# 2966431196 INV# 2966432545 INV# 2966452136 INV# 2966477059 INV# 2966493347 INV# 2966499200 AMAZON 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000 10.8.00.2222.4300.12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/14/09 MISC BOOKS 12/29/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/15/09 MISC BOOKS 1/6/10 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/9/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/11/09 MISC BOOKS 12/16/09 MISC BOOKS 12/12/09 MISC BOOKS 12/12/09 MISC BOOKS ** 00510 978-0-8160-7785-4 ** 00510 EXTEND SUBSCRIPTION ** 00510 EXTEND SUBSCRIPTION ** 00729 RENEW SUBSCRIPTION ** 00729 REF. ORDER #5031973 REF. ORDER #5045856 **

$10.17 $49.00 $27.92 $180.00 $5.73 $10.99 $48.74 $33.00 $7.18 $4.74 $16.47 $47.84 $15.99 $16.16 $114.39 $27.81 $681.92

CK # 278499 INV# 735504

INFOBASE PUBLISHING 10.8.00.2222.4300.5000

$385.20 $385.20

CK # 278473 CHICAGO SUN TIMES INC INV# 12/25-6/24 10.8.00.2222.4400.5000

$146.64 $146.64

CK # 278474 CHICAGO TRIBUNE INV# 1/11-7/11/ 10.8.00.2222.4400.5000

$59.80 $59.80

CK # 278576 PIONEER PRESS INV# 328849 10/ 10.8.00.2222.4400.5000
CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5031973150 10.8.00.2223.4100.5101 INV# 5045856860 10.8.00.2223.4100.5101

$31.17 $19.20 $50.37

CK # 278467 INV# 33166T
BURRELLE'S/LUCE TRANSCRIPTS 00510 DVD OF DR. PHIL SHO 10.8.00.2223.4150.5101 ** MARKERTEK VIDEO SUPPLY 10.8.00.2224.5410.MIRANDA ARC-371P PI **

$37.95 $37.95

CK # 278356 INV# 874512

$630.25 $630.25

CK # 278353 INV# 12/8/09
LYONS TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 00510 10.8.00.2226.3907.3800 12/8/09 FOOD SRVC-H ** 00729 REF. ORDER #5011175 ** 00510 CART #301242 **

$450.00 $450.00

CK # 278162 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5011175870 10.8.00.2226.4100.3800

$61.26 $61.26

CK # 278383 INV# 301242
CASTLE PARK, LLC 10.8.00.2226.4100.3800

$45.59 $45.59

CK # 278114 AT & T MOBILITY INV# 11/24-12/2 10.8.00.2227.3100.5105
00510 11/24-12/23/09 SERV ** 00729 PROTUS IP CHGS 12/1 **

$860.01 $860.01

CK # 278218 INV# 12359507
PROTUS IP SOLUTIONS 10.8.00.2227.3100.5105

$1.61 $1.61

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278384 INV# RJJ0578 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 10.8.00.2227.3100.ACAD VMWARE VCNTR S ** 00510 11/24-12/23/09 SERV ** 00510 AT&T 927 CORDED PHO ** 00510 ELECTRIC ENGRAVER ** 00510 CAT 6 550MHZ UTP 7F ** 00510 PLANTRONICS ACCESSO ** 00510 AT&T 927 CORDED PHO ** 00729 504829048-001 TONER ** 00510 NETZOOM UNIVERSAL S ** 00510 ACAD VMWARE WS 7 L/ ** YEAR SUBSCRIPTION **

$339.00 $339.00

CK # 278504 INV# 502096
MACKE WATER SYSTEMS INC 10.8.00.2411.3907.5302
CK # 278569 NOTARY PUBLIC ASSN OF ILLINOIS 00729 INV# RENEW #559 10.8.00.2411.6400.5302 RENEW PUBLIC NOTARY ** CK # 278092 PITNEY BOWES INV# 1997691-DC 10.8.00.2492.3401.PSTG EQUIP LSE PMT ** 00729 12/26/09-1 11/28-12/1 12/12-12/1 12/19-12/2 **

$2,133.00 $2,133.00

CK # 278241 INV# 000007E2E6 INV# 000007E2E6 INV# 000007E2E6 INV# 000007E2E6
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000

UPS UPS UPS UPS

CHGS CHGS CHGS CHGS
$22.75 $56.46 $32.34 $28.13 $139.68
CK # 278425 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INV# 000007E2E6 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000
00729 UPS CHGS 1/2-1/8/10 **

$23.39 $23.39

CK # 278439 POSTMASTER OF LAGRANGE INV# H1N1 LTR P 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000
00729 PSTG FOR H1N1 VACCI ** 00729 QTR2 PSTG 1/25/10 ** 00729 SUMMER SCHL POSTCAR ** 00729 NC POSTAGE METER RE ** 00729 UPS CHGS 1/9-1/15/1 **

$1,198.24 $1,198.24

CK # 278454 POSTMASTER OF LAGRANGE INV# 1/25/10 QT 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000

$1,272.66 $1,272.66

CK # 278541 POSTMASTER OF LAGRANGE INV# SUMMER SCH 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000

$3,529.94 $3,529.94

CK # 278550 INV# 22877419
U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000

$5,000.00 $5,000.00

CK # 278551 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INV# 000007E2E6 10.8.00.2492.3401.6000

$87.32 $87.32

CK # 278236 SUBURBAN LIFE PUBLICATIONS 00729 INV# 0000453174 10.8.00.2520.3500.7300 PROP TAX INCREASE H **

$634.00 $634.00

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278546 SUBURBAN LIFE PUBLICATIONS 00729 INV# 0000458159 10.8.00.2520.3500.7300 CEILING TILE BID NO INV# 0000458162 10.8.00.2520.3500.7300 FLOOR TILE BID NOTI ** CK # 278090 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 4999400280 10.8.00.2520.4100.ORDER #499940028-00 **

$410.40 $410.40 $820.80

$22.92 $22.92
CK # 278577 INV# 206323003
PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS PUBL. 00729 10.8.00.2520.4100.YR RENEW "KEEP UP **

$230.00 $230.00

CK # 278102 VILLAGE OF WESTERN SPRINGS 00729 INV# LIAISON 09 10.8.00.2546.3100.7412 SEP-DEC'2009 SCHOOL ** CK # 278183 VILLAGE OF WESTERN SPRINGS 00729 INV# LIAISON 09 10.8.00.2546.3100.7412 JAN'2010 SCHOOL LIA ** CK # 278555 VILLAGE OF WESTERN SPRINGS 00729 INV# LIAISON 09 10.8.00.2546.3100.7412 FEB'2010 SCHOOL LIA ** CK # 278243 INV# S0278538L USA MOBILITY WIRELESS, INC. 00729 10.8.00.2546.3230.7412 PAGER SVC 12/23/09** USA MOBILITY WIRELESS, INC. 00729 10.8.00.2546.3230.7412 PAGER SVC 1/23-2/22 ** GALLS INCORPORATED 10.8.00.2546.4100.7412 10.8.00.2546.4100.FL622-AC-STINGER LE JA085-NAVY/GRAY XL **

$14,753.96 $14,753.96

$3,688.49 $3,688.49

$37.70 $37.70

CK # 278588 INV# T0278538A

$37.76 $37.76

CK # 278332 INV# 510292614 INV# 510311852

$480.51 $173.36 $653.87

CK # 278480 INV# 1/15/2010
CRITICAL INCIDENT CONSULTING 00510 10.8.00.2546.4100.7412 QUICK REFERENCE EME ** 00729 ORDER #504271703-00 ** 00729

$214.57 $214.57

CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5042717030 10.8.00.2546.4100.7412

CK # 278294

INV# INV#
1000412480 10.8.00.2560.3113.10.8.00.2560.3113.6502
NC FOOD SVC DEC'200 SC FOOD SVC DEC'200 ** 00510 NORTH CAMPUS WINDOW ** 00729 SUPPLIES SUPPLIES **
$38,678.85 $37,750.04 $76,428.89

CK # 278141 INV# 103827

HUNT PRINTING 10.8.00.2571.4160.6600

$899.20 $899.20

CK # 278537 OFFICE DEPOT INV# 5033453910 10.8.00.2571.4160.6600 INV# 5033469390 10.8.00.2571.4160.6600

$690.80 $37.56 $728.36

BERNIE'S SAW & SUPPLY INC 00510 10.8.00.2574.3230.2051 SHARPEN MARTIN YALE ** NEOPOST INC. 10.8.00.2574.3230.FLDR/INSERTER MNTC **

$225.84 $225.84

CK # 278157 INV# 45721953

$1,506.84 $1,506.84

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278505 INV# 208352 INV# 208352 INV# CM29602 INV# CM29952 MARTIN WHALEN OFFICE SOLUTIONS 00510 10.8.00.2574.3260.2051 CONTRACT/OVERAGE 10 10.8.00.2574.3260.2052 CONTRACT/OVERAGE 10 10.8.00.2574.4100.2051 RETURN OF DEFECTIVE 10.8.00.2574.4100.2051 RETURN OF DEFECTIVE ** MIDLAND PAPER CO 10.8.00.2574.4140.2051 10.8.00.2574.4140.2052 10.8.00.2574.4140.8.5 X 11 (20) WHITE CREDIT & REBILL FOR CREDIT AGAINST INV ** SETS OF HALL OF F ** 00510 FALL - WINTER ISSUE ** WEEK SUBSCRIPTIO ** 00510 1/28-1/29/10 REGIST ** 00510 12/27/09-12/27/10 S ** 00510 ISCPA TEACHERFEST **

CK # 278298 WASTE MANAGEMENT INV# 1876597-20 20.8.00.2542.3210.6401

$76.03 $76.03

CK # 278380 ALLIED WASTE SERVICES INV# 0551-00760 20.8.00.2542.3210.6401

$546.02 $546.02

CK # 278298 INV# 1520723-20 INV# 1876595-20 INV# 1876596-20
WASTE MANAGEMENT 20.8.00.2542.3210.6402 20.8.00.2542.3210.6402 20.8.00.2542.3210.6402
$689.16 $1,886.77 $95.17 $2,671.10
CK # 278293 INV# 687466 INV# 687467
SMITHEREEN PEST MGMT. SVCS. 00729 20.8.00.2542.3224.6401 PEST MGMT SVCS JAN' 20.8.00.2542.3224.6402 PEST MGMT SVCS JAN' ** JOHNSON FLOOR COMPANY INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.3233.6402 H WING HALLWAY-QUAR ** ILLCO INC 20.8.00.2542.3234.FR BALL BRG OPEN DP ** 00510 ELECT HEAT SEQUENCE SPST HTG STAT BLK TEE/BKL BUSH/BA

$156.00 $291.00 $447.00

CK # 278404 INV# 30102

$2,523.00 $2,523.00

CK # 278342 INV# 2244085

$254.65 $254.65

CK # 278400 INV# 2244870 INV# 2245170 INV# 2245258
ILLCO INC 20.8.00.2542.3234.6401 20.8.00.2542.3234.6401 20.8.00.2542.3234.6401

$9.12 $56.02 $96.62

** CK # 278497 INV# 2245676 ILLCO INC 20.8.00.2542.3234.AUTO O/L MOTOR;BELT ** 00729 INVOICE #1001405 INVOICE #1001406 INVOICE #1004136 ** 00510 STAY SILV/CORE REMO ** 00510 BOILER PRV/BLK BUSH COPPER OPEN END/SWT **

$161.76

$91.40 $91.40
CK # 278177 INV# 1001405 INV# 1001406 INV# 1001436
SCHECK MECHANICAL CORP. 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402
$1,233.00 $1,228.37 $2,838.08 $5,299.45

CK # 278342 INV# 2243908

ILLCO INC 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402

$130.71 $130.71

CK # 278400 INV# 2245171 INV# 2245416
ILLCO INC 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402 20.8.00.2542.3234.6402

$194.00 $185.59 $379.59

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278403 JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC. INV# 1-20750977 20.8.00.2542.3234.CHECK POOL ENTRY HE ** 00510 3/4 30PSI PRV 10-40 **

$337.50 $337.50

CK # 278497 INV# 2245498

$13.59 $13.59

CK # 278221 INV# 16975 INV# 16977
RIVERSIDE PLUMBING, HEATING & 00729 20.8.00.2542.3235.6401 INVOICE #16975 20.8.00.2542.3235.6401 INVOICE #16977** SCOTT'S PLUMBING & SEWER INC. 00729 20.8.00.2542.3235.6401 ROD/CLEAR LAUNDRY S ** K & S SPRINKLERS INC 20.8.00.2542.3235.6401 20.8.00.2542.3235.6401 20.8.00.2542.3235.INVOICE #90015-LABO INSPECTION SERVICE INVOICE #90095-SUBC **

$8,855.25 $4,516.25 $13,371.50

CK # 278291 INV# 2171

$385.00 $385.00
CK # 278347 INV# 90014 INV# 90044 INV# 90095
$540.00 $180.00 $396.87 $1,116.87

CK # 278221 INV# 16880

RIVERSIDE PLUMBING, HEATING & 00729 20.8.00.2542.3235.6402 RODDED COURTYARD BA ** JENSEN BUILDING REPAIRS INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.3238.6402 GYM 1, 2, & 3 MASON ** FIRST SECURITY INC 20.8.00.2542.3240.INVOICE #S72569-INS ** 00729 SPEED GLEAM SCRUBBE NOBLES SS-33 REPAIR **

$872.50 $872.50

CK # 278346 INV# 5035

$2,800.00 $2,800.00

CK # 278329 INV# S72569

$459.30 $459.30

CK # 278168 INV# 020372 INV# 020375
PCS INDUSTRIES 20.8.00.2542.3241.6402 20.8.00.2542.3241.6402
$914.70 $225.73 $1,140.43

CK # 278240 INV# 234461

U.S. LIFT & WAREHOUSE EQUIP. 00729 INVOICE #234461 20.8.00.2542.3241.6402 ** PCS INDUSTRIES 20.8.00.2542.3241.VIPER REPAIR PARTS **

$995.29 $995.29

CK # 278417 INV# 019529

$395.08 $395.08

CK # 278316 INV# 389141 INV# 389142
CHICAGO ELEVATOR COMPANY 00510 20.8.00.2542.3249.6401 JAN 2010 MAINT - VA 20.8.00.2542.3249.6401 JAN 2010 MAINT-TRAC ** PATTEN INDUSTRIES INC. 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 20.8.00.2542.3249.TRANSFER SWITCH - S TRANSFER SWITCH - S TRANSFER SWITCH - S LOAD BANK TEST/ETC LOAD BANK TEST/ETC LOAD BANK TEST/ETC **

$243.55 $637.36 $880.91

CK # 278166 INV# PM60017402 INV# PM60017402 INV# PM60017402 INV# PM60017402 INV# PM60017402 INV# PM60017403
$158.00 $158.00 $158.00 $1,220.00 $1,220.00 $1,885.00 $4,799.00
CK # 278229 SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES, INC. 00729 INV# 0934308400 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 SHIFFLER SNAP CAP F ** CK # 278316 INV# 389143 INV# 389144 CHICAGO ELEVATOR COMPANY 00510 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 JAN 2010 MAINT-2 ST 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 JAN 2010 MAINT - DO **

$182.99 $182.99

$155.16 $248.46 $403.62
VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278472 INV# 389217 CHICAGO ELEVATOR COMPANY 00510 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 FIRE KEY SERVICE ** EQUIPMENT INTERNATIONAL LTD 00510 20.8.00.2542.3249.6402 LINT SCREEN WITH FR ** USA MOBILITY WIRELESS, INC. 00729 20.8.00.2542.3258.6400 PAGER SVC 12/23/09** COMLINK WIRELESS 20.8.00.2542.3258.1880 BATTERY BACK I **

$43.22 $43.22

CK # 278487 INV# 111719

$116.64 $116.64

CK # 278243 INV# S0278538L

$48.05 $48.05

CK # 278319 INV# 50143

$217.35 $39.58 $256.93

CK # 278137 INV# 21894 INV# 21920 INV# 21957
GREAT WEST ELEC SUPPLY INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 CW/MFL-SIDE PRONG 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 FO32T8/741;F34CW/SS 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 741/F34 CW/SS **
$240.00 $137.20 $137.20 $514.40
VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278387 INV# 13676 COMLINK TECHNOLOGIES INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 BATTERIES NNTN4851A ** GRAINGER INC 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 20.8.00.2542.4172.ILLUMINATED SLIDING UPS,700VA,450W,120V PLATFORM TRUCK, SMO FIXTURE, DUST/VAPOR ** 00510 GROUND SEARCH METAL FIXTURE, DUST/VAPOR ** 00729 IMPELLER/ETC FOR PU **

$252.00 $252.00

CK # 278394 INV# 9139977129 INV# 9154178231 INV# 9154559067 INV# 9157192353
$18.20 $317.48 $535.05 $380.16 $1,250.89
CK # 278490 GRAINGER INC INV# 9157617961 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401 INV# 9157617979 20.8.00.2542.4172.6401

$322.88 $253.44 $576.32

CK # 278089 INV# 643325
NEUCO INC. 20.8.00.2542.4173.6401

$217.65 $217.65

CK # 278126 INV# I674646
DREISILKER ELEC MOTORS INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4173.6401 FRAME CONVERSION BA ** DREISILKER ELEC MOTORS INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4173.6401 FASCOO MOTOR UNIVEN ** NEUCO INC. 20.8.00.2542.4173.1/4HP 1075RPM 1PH 4 **

$55.02 $55.02

CK # 278324 INV# I677864

$288.13 $288.13

CK # 278414 INV# 664523

$157.15 $157.15

CK # 278430 INV# 34752 INV# 34886
ZONATHERM PRODUCTS, INC. 00729 20.8.00.2542.4173.6401 KIT HUMID TANK 380/ 20.8.00.2542.4173.6401 PART#128754PIS ** HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORIES INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4173.GALLON DRUM CONT ** NEUCO INC. 20.8.00.2542.4173.17C SWIVEL 1/2"THRM **

$381.08 $159.32 $540.40

CK # 278492 INV# 9668

$796.00 $796.00

CK # 278535 INV# 673324

$167.64 $167.64

CK # 278337 INV# 9636
HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORIES INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4173.GAL DRUM-CONTROL

$593.00

** CK # 278345 INV# 215279910 J.A. SEXAUER INC 20.8.00.2542.4174.CHICAGO MVP METERIN ** 00510 GASKETS/WASHERS/WRE ** 00510 REBUILD KIT FOR CHI **

$1,007.28 $1,007.28

CK # 278402 INV# 215829425
J.A. SEXAUER INC 20.8.00.2542.4174.6401

CK # 278494
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES

INV# INV# INV# INV# INV#

8313750
20.8.00.2542.4177.6402 20.8.00.2542.4177.6402 20.8.00.2542.4177.6402 20.8.00.2542.4177.6402 20.8.00.2542.4177.6402
12/21/09 MISC SUPPL 12/15/09 MISC SUPPL 1/12/10 MISC SUPPLI 1/12/09 MISC SUPPLI 1/12/09 RETURN OF S **
$147.53 $56.56 $20.49 $7.97 $19.88$212.67

CK # 278404 INV# 29549*

JOHNSON FLOOR COMPANY INC 00510 20.8.00.2542.4180.6401 MATERIAL ONLY. ** HALOGEN SUPPLY CO., INC. 20.8.00.2542.4189.6401 PHENOL RED 00510 **

$1,603.95 $1,603.95

CK # 278138 INV# 214

$13.47 $13.47

CK # 278396 INV# 00377018 INV# 00377019
HALOGEN SUPPLY CO., INC. 00510 20.8.00.2542.4189.6401 ALKAPHOT ALKALINE T 20.8.00.2542.4189.6402 PULSAR TABS/SODIUM ** HALOGEN SUPPLY CO., INC. 00510 20.8.00.2542.4189.6402 PULSAR TABS 50 LBS **

$85.75 $861.90 $947.65

CK # 278491 INV# 00377682

$1,045.60 $1,045.60

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278211 NICOR GAS INV# 7603970000 20.8.00.2542.4650.6100 INV# 9324340000 20.8.00.2542.4650.NICOR MTR #3144065 NICOR MTR #3676758 **

$106.05 $233.24 $339.29

CK # 278245 VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES, LLC 00729 INV# 400636-112 20.8.00.2542.4650.6100 VANGUARD ENERGY SVC ** CK # 278415 NICOR GAS INV# 4518970000 20.8.00.2542.4650.NICOR MTR #0057828 **

$30,918.38 $30,918.38

$5,508.67 $5,508.67
CK # 278553 VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES, LLC 00729 INV# 400636-122 20.8.00.2542.4650.6100 VANGUARD ENERGY SVC ** CK # 278211 NICOR GAS INV# 2012740000 20.8.00.2542.4650.6200 INV# 8994740000 20.8.00.2542.4650.NICOR MTR #2839062 NICOR MTR #3882589 **

$54,742.69 $54,742.69

$191.36 $255.78 $447.14
CK # 278245 VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES, LLC 00729 INV# 400636-112 20.8.00.2542.4650.6200 VANGUARD ENERGY SVC ** CK # 278415 NICOR GAS INV# 0546870000 20.8.00.2542.4650.NICOR MTR #1447613 **

$17,316.22 $17,316.22

$3,362.85 $3,362.85
CK # 278553 VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES, LLC 00729 INV# 400636-122 20.8.00.2542.4650.6200 VANGUARD ENERGY SVC ** CK # 278211 NICOR GAS INV# 4856870000 20.8.00.2542.4650.NICOR MTR #2871658 ** 00510 NC -122 **

$31,793.34 $31,793.34

$1,179.52 $1,179.52
CK # 278326 INV# 1007136000 INV# 1008575000 INV# 1008576000 INV# 1008577000
EXELON ENERGY COMPANY 20.8.00.2542.4660.6100 20.8.00.2542.4660.6100 20.8.00.2542.4660.6100 20.8.00.2542.4660.6100

CONSERV FS, INC 20.8.00.2543.4185.8401 20.8.00.2543.4185.8402 20.8.00.2543.4185.8402 20.8.00.2543.4185.8402
$903.45 $4,347.72 $1,041.25 $2,205.00 $8,497.42
CK # 278479 CONSERV FS, INC INV# 1288461-IN 20.8.00.2543.4185.8402

$3,618.04 $3,618.04

CK # 278107 INV# 446823
ADVANTAGE CHEVROLET 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201

$126.34 $126.34

CK # 278354 INV# 249677 INV# 249771 INV# 249784 INV# 250508
MAAS AUTO 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201
$230.95 $14.58 $312.69 $35.15 $593.37

CK # 278408 INV# 250196

MAAS AUTO 20.8.00.2545.3230.8201
00510 12/30/09 REPAIR TO ** 00510 INVOICE #249266 INVOICE #250014 **

$149.52 $149.52

CK # 278354 INV# 249266 INV# 250014
MAAS AUTO 20.8.00.2545.3230.8202 20.8.00.2545.3230.8202

$175.30 $420.17 $595.47

CK # 278385 INV# 1830
CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CO INC 00510 20.8.00.2545.3230.8202 KROMER LINE PAINTER ** A & M PARTS INC 20.8.00.2545.4100.FUEL CAP **

$186.01 $186.01

CK # 278300 INV# 170866

$12.53 $12.53

CK # 278106 INV# 167994
A & M PARTS INC 20.8.00.2545.4100.8202
00510 SPRAY DE-ICER/FILLE **

$91.60 $91.60

VENDOR NAME VCHR# ACCOUNT NUMBER INV DESCRIPTION AMOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------CK # 278300 INV# 170012 INV# 170449 A & M PARTS INC 20.8.00.2545.4100.8202 20.8.00.2545.4100.SUCTION FILTER/TRAN WES-FSHR CONTROL UN ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 11/1 ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 12/1 ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 11/1 ** 00729 SHELL GAS CHGS 12/1 ** 00729 20@ BAFFLE SVC 12/9 ** 00729 20@ BAFFLE SVC 1/8/ ALL HOODS/DCTWK + R ** 00729 14@ BAFFLE SVC 12/9 ** 00729 MAIN KITCHEN HOOD/D ** 00729 14@ BAFFLE SVC 1/8/ 18@ BAFFLE SVC 1/7/ **

$32.95 $249.00 $281.95

CK # 278227 SHELL INV# 0653105599 20.8.00.2545.4640.8201

$832.28 $832.28

CK # 278585 SHELL INV# 0653105590 20.8.00.2545.4640.8201

$892.67 $892.67

CK # 278227 SHELL INV# 0653105599 20.8.00.2545.4640.8202

 

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