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Published: Monday, Sept. 17, 2012 11:30 a.m. CDT

Lenox School Board, 6 p.m. today, high school building.

Agenda includes: second reading to amend policy 502.2; election of president and vice president of the board, administer oaths; consider dates and time for regular board meetings; signature of the superintendent for official school documents; resolution to have Iowa State Savings Bank of Lenox, First Federal Savings Bank of Lenox and Wells Fargo of Des Moines be official depositories for the district; appointment of negotiation team members; appoint members to serve on the Taylor and Adams county conference boards; establish date and time to conduct a board work session; consider approval of the 2012-13 school improvement/career and technical education advisory committee; review of board policies 503.2 through 504.9; first reading to amend policy 503.5; first reading to amend policy 604.7; termination of contract; resignation; enforcing employee contracts; new hires; bus purchase; revised 2012-13 school fees; fundraisers; administration/board reports.


Mount Ayr City Council, 6 p.m. today, meeting room.

Agenda includes: Bill and Marcene Anderson: discuss drainage problems at 108 S. Grant; Josh Green, Central Pump and Motor: consider proposal for Raco Alarmagent Dialers for lift stations; consider safety equipment purchases; Kevin Stocker: update report; action by resolution authorizing the mayor to sign 'advance pay requests" pursuant to FEMA grant agreement No. HMGP-DR-1737-003301 to expedite payment for construction of the Mount Ayr bathhouse/FEMA safe room project; authorizing submission of a community investment revolving loan fund application and commitment of local funds for loan repayment; consider which way to proceed with employee acquisition; treasurer's report; claims.


Creston City Council, 6 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot.

Agenda includes: public forum; public hearing on the sale of city-owned property located at 505 N. Elm as part of Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP); third and final reading of ordinance 13-137 amending provisions pertaining to inflow and infiltration (I&I); third and final reading of ordinance 13-138 amending provisions pertaining to I&I monthly rates; hiring of Christy Grandfield as public works administrative assistant; appoint Cathy Dryden to Creston Water Board of Trustees; dismiss the current and pending hearing complaint against Hy-Vee for tobacco violation; award rehabilitation contract to Frey Construction for the amount of $49,458 on house 4b related to community development block grant 09-HSG-022; construction progress payment No. 2 of $82,726 to Fuel Tech for work completed on the airport fuel tank project; request of $12,500 funding to be paid in quarterly increments to Creston Chamber of Commerce; discuss use of NSP funds; discussed proposed policy for impounded animals and take possible action; proclamation National Friends of the Library Week Oct. 21-27.


Union County Emergency Management Commission, 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, 208 W. Taylor St.

Agenda includes: claims; coordinator's report.

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