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Published: Monday, May 20, 2013 9:16 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, May 20, 2013 10:20 a.m. CDT

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

Agenda includes: public hearing on budget amendment for current fiscal year; city budget amendment and certification resolution; Mike McClain: chamber president request for temporary street closing for Ayr Days (July 19-21); Julie Lowman: address concerns with Loch Ayr Lake – waiting lists, electricity hookups and proof of liability insurance; Superintendent Wise report; new city employees recommendation; treasurer’s report; claims.

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Creston City Water Works Board special meeting, 2 p.m. Tuesday, boardroom.

Agenda includes: executive closed session Code of Iowa Section 21.9 employment conditions; open session to discuss employment conditions.

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

Agenda includes: public forum; award contract for airport fencing project; verbiage of the airport hangar land lease agreement; public hearing regarding the lease of city land for airport hangars at Creston Municipal Airport; vertical transportation agreement with Kone for city hall elevator; request of $5,000 from the hotel/motel fund to help cover cost of 10,000 Crestonians Fourth of July event; tempoary street closings on July 3 and 4 for flea market, parade, cub mobile races; purchase of a skid loader from Barker Implement for the street department to be paid for from the fiscal year 2014 budget; request from Union County Development Association for local match grant of 25 percent, not to exceed $4,250 from the LMI fund to be paid to SICOG housing trust fund from the fiscal year 2014 budget; resolution declaring 507 S. Elm property as blighted prior to UCDA’s acquisition.

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Union County Board of Health, 8 a.m. Thursday, Hospice and Outreach conference room.

Agenda includes: LouAnn Snodgrass, director; Robin Sevier, public health nurse: outreach/public health services monthly report; Amanda Husband, environmental specialist: monthly report and variance for SIRWA to install a peat filter in Shannon City; Jo Duckworth, bio terrorism/emergency services.

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