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Published: Monday, July 1, 2013 10:21 a.m. CST

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

Agenda includes: action on resolutions approving a bond purchase agreement for the sale of bonds thereunder and contract and performance and/or payment bonds for the 2013 water system improvement project; set public hearing on proposal to enter into a water revenue loan and disbursement agreement; Kate Zimmerman: discuss RV dump station’s hours of operation; decision on water bill adjustments policy; Doug Hymbaugh: discuss water meter situation; first reading of ordinance No. 20 amending city code of ordinances Chapter 106 collection of solid waste; amendment No. 4 and request for final payment under CDBG EDSA/PFSA contract No. 07-ED-012; action to transfer funds (per resolution No. 2011-475 internal loan payment); Superintendent Wise report; claims.

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Union County Conservation Board, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, office at Three Mile Lake.

Agenda includes: Eagle Scout project at Mt. Pisgah; shooting complex; end of fiscal year 2012-13 budget expenditures and revenue; update on projects; routine business.

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

Agenda includes: public forum; resolutions naming the city of Creston depositories; participation in the planning and development programs of Southern Iowa Council of Governments; federal aid agreement for city highway bridge program project – Adams Street Bridge at McKinley Lake; bid and awarding the construction contract for the airport lighting improvements project; authorize mayor to sign and submit application to the FAA for airport lighting project; special assess unpaid mowing nuisances; request by Frank and Judy Gale to place a bench on the northwest corner of the Depot in memory of Brandon Gale; temporary closing of 3-4 parking spaces in front of Schweser’s to hold annual sidewalk sale July 19-20 and 5 parking spaces in front of Adams Street Espresso on July 4 and Sept. 21 6 a.m. until after parades.

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