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Published: Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 10:31 a.m. CDT

Orient-Macksburg School Board, 6:30 p.m. today, district office.

Agenda includes: championship reports; Teresa Thompson, principal report; Clark Wicks, superintendent report; Raypack hot water boiler repair; SBRC for modified allowable growth; approve Samantha Thompson as junior high girls basketball coach; IASB state conference; American Education Week.

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Corning School Board, 7 p.m. today, meeting room.

Agenda includes: superintendent report; Iowa Core/teacher report; superintendent report: task force on teacher leadership and compensation, trap shooting and December board meeting; elementary and middle/high school principals’ reports; PE waiver - student request; SINA contracts; instructional support levy; five-year facility plan; track bid; daycare transportation; Level II investigator; Adams Community Foundation board member; first reading of school board policies 900-902.4; second reading of school board policies 802.4-804.4; board development: Whose Job Is It? Part 1.

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Afton City Council, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, city hall.

Agenda includes: public forum; ordinances 208 amending provisions pertaining to nuisance abatement procedures, 209 changing the official zoning map of the city of Afton to re-zone certain real estate from R-S residential single-family district to a CM-business commercial district and 210 amending provisions pertaining to truck, pickup, van or SUV parking (add north spot by alley at community center); monthly review of nuisance properties – discuss 312 W. Polk lot; Splashpad – fundraising project updates – discuss benches and tables – Hunter donation; crosswalk on Highway 169 to city park; solar digital speed sign; Odd Fellows block 175 E. Kansas: notice from Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs nominated to national register of historic places; V&K engineering agreement on lagoon dredging and sewer lining; SICOG 2014 priorities questionnaire; review and discuss ordinance chapter 141 junk and junk vehicles.

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