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Published: Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 11:30 a.m. CST

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

Agenda includes: open sealed bids on sludge removal and concrete street patches; Doug Still representing Outdoor Alliance request to rent hangar space; Carl Elshire, MSA: final review plans and specs water booster station project; Laurance Bishop, request removal of tax lien on tax sale property; City Attorney Richard Wilson: address council; Kevin Stocker: proposal for additional services; consider sending Justin Kuonen and Ben Graham to IAMU water and wastewater operator's workshop for CEUs in November; Data Tech Software User Group meeting Oct. 17, request to close city hall to attend; consider RACO AlarmAgent service agreement options; set trick or trick night; claims.


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

Agenda includes: public forum; review bids for demolotion of the following city-owned houses, 310 S. Walnut, 311 N. Sycamore, 308 Livingston Ave., and 600 W. Montgomery; payment of $93.78 to Habitat for Humanity for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) house project at 801 W. Jefferson; adopt I&I policies; resolution No. 31-09 authorizing the commitment of local financial support for the community development block grant housing rehabilitation program; amend resolution 02-13 6 p.m. Oct. 16 for the purpose of renaming Swan Street to Green Hills Ave.; payment estimate No. 1 of $262,260.79 to Feldhacker Contracting for work completed on the airport entrance road improvements project; advertising to sell 1991 GMC 1500 Vandura cargo van; mayor to sign a DNR wildland fire grant application for the Creston Fire Department; set public hearing 6 p.m. Oct. 16 for a request to place a fence in the city right of way at 801 W. Jefferson; draw down request No. 9 for the community development block grant rehabiliation project 09-HSG-022.

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