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Published: Monday, March 4, 2013 11:30 a.m. CDT

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

Agenda includes: public hearing on proposed budget for fiscal year 2013-14; Jeremy Rounds, Southern Iowa Council of Governments: bathhouse/FEMA safe room advance pay request, resolution for aquatic center land and water conservation fund grant application and update on smart comprehensive plan process; third and final reading of ordinance amending council compensation; Judge Lewis Clark seasonal contracts - recreation director and mowing; consider action in regard to garbage rate increase; Brent Wise, city superintendent report; claims.

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

Agenda includes: public forum; public hearing for adoption of final budget for fiscal year 2014; motion to approve lease extension agreement between Creston Model Railroad Club and city of Creston; request from Creston Model Railroad Club of $230 from the hotel-motel fund to subsidize the required liablity insurance cost; public hearing on proposed sale of city-owned real estate at 505 N. Elm to Kate Guiter for $68,000; addendum No. 5 to offer for real estate at 505 N. Elm - extend closing to on or before April 15; amend I&I policy to include the current Union County HUD income limits when updated; Business Association agreement with Info Dog Security (a confidential document destruction company); acknowledgment and settlement agreement with Creston Farm and Home will submit to a 30-day suspension of their cigarette permit commencing April 1 in lieu of participating in a hearing and Casey’s Store No. 3 has remitted a civil penalty in the amount of $300 in lieu of participating in a hearing; hiring of and reimbursement of training expenses agreement with Samuel Abell as police officer contingent upon successful completion of MMPI and physical testing; consulting agreement with LMC for employee benefits based on recommendation of the finance committee.

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