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Published: Monday, Jan. 13, 2014 10:40 a.m. CST

Gibson Memorial Library Board of Trustees, 5:15 p.m. today, library.

Agenda includes: public forum; finance and director’s report; building; trustee training; interlibrary loan policy.

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Creston City Water Works Board of Trustees, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, boardroom.

Agenda includes: 5:35 p.m. election of officers; financial depository resolutions for 2014; ACH agreement with Iowa State Savings Bank; discuss wage increase for full and part time personnel; discuss cost of living wage for management personnel; regular business.

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

Agenda includes: 6:30 p.m. public hearing on sales of lots 312 W. Polk to Christopher and Allison Grandfield and nuisance hearing for 411 W. Kansas St.; public forum; possible resolution approving sale of real estate at 312 W. Polk to Grandfields; Ordinance No. 212 changing official zoning map to rezone certain real estate from R-S residential single-family to CM-business commercial district (112 N. Temple and 611 E. Kansas) second reading; Ordinance No. 213 one-way traffic, first reading for alley by community center; organizational meeting; monthly review of nuisance properties; Splashpad fundraising project updates; cameras for park new estimate; consulting quotes for electric system with substation move; discuss chapters 63 speed regulations and 65 stop or yield required; appointments to Greenlawn Cemetery Board; fiscal year 2012-13 annual examination report; after adjournment, workshop for 2014-15 budget.

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

Agenda includes: superintendent report: homeland security, transportation, school cancellation and web updates; elementary, middle school and high school administrative reports; open enrollment precedent and applications; appoint members to communication committee; PE waiver; special education contract; 2012-13 audit and certified annual report; Jan. 24 early out; SBRC application; school board learning: Who’s Job is It Part 2.

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