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Published: Monday, Nov. 5, 2012 11:30 a.m. CDT

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

Agenda includes: 6 p.m. public hearing on 2012 community development block grant (CDBG) water/sewer funding application and enter into loan agreement with SICOG/SIDG revolving loan fund; Kurt Shaha: consider access road at Loch Ayr Lake; Aquatic Center Committee: old bathhouse removal and new construction updates; bathhouse/FEMA safe room draw down request No. 5; Kristin Lowe, account manager Group Benefits: United Healthcare renewal rates presentation; Carl Elshire, MSA Professional Servics: professional service agreement/Mount Ayr drinking water CDBG administration; review proposals and select firm for grant writing and administration regarding CDBG application and administration when funded for wastewater system improvements; review qualifications and select engineering firm regarding wastewater system improvements; Kevin Stocker: consider water tower maintenance proposals and proposals for computer at sewer plant; Amanda Cannon, CPO: ACCO update and contract revisions in regard to lights; resolution No. 2012-487 approval of final plat for Van Buren Square; claims; closed session pursuant Iowa Code Section 21.5(c).


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

Agenda includes: public forum; second reading of ordinance No. 13-140 amending provisions pertaining to cemetery regulations; second reading of ordinance 13-141 amending provisions pertaining to installment payment of cost of abatement; second reading of ordinance 13-142 amending provisions pertaining to lien for nonpayment; Tim Ostroski, SICOG: public hearing regarding current activities and status of funds for CDBG No. 11-WS-015 reconstruction of waterlines along Adams and Cottonwood streets; Andrew Collings, SICOG: public hearing regarding a CDBG application for Creston sewer rehabilitation project phase 4, north side, and possible resolution; draw down request No. 10 for CDBG housing rehabilitation project No. 09-HSG-022; payment estimate No. 2 of $107,719.91 to Feldhacker Contracting for work completed on the entrance road improvements project for the airport; payment of $124.98 to Habitat for Humanity for the NSP house project at 801 W. Jefferson; bid of $2,900 from Ron Webb Roofing for replacement of roof and to scrape wood areas and repaint the Creston/Union County Visitor Center on Highway 34 West to be paid for from hotel/motel fund; addendum No. 2 to offer for real estate at 505 N. Elm St., extend closing to on or before Nov. 20; appointment with Wayne Pantini to discuss local contribution to SICOG/SIDG revolving loan fund; amendment to attachment A of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program; motion to confirm entertainment agreement for Park and Recreation Board Concert in the Park; partial street closures on Adams, Lincoln and Prairie streets during firefighter's 5K walk/run 8 to 9:30 a.m. Nov. 10.

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