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Meetings & Minutes

Meetings

Gibson Memorial Library Board of Trustees, 5:15 p.m. Monday, Gibson Memorial Library, Creston.

Agenda includes: Old business - director’s report on strategic plan; new business - budget for 2018, staff evaluations, review policy No. 14 - exhibits policy.

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Mount Ayr City Council, 6 p.m. Monday, 200 S. Taylor St., Mount Ayr.

Agenda includes: Public forum​; consideration of bids for the booster pump station relocation project; resolution awarding contract for booster pump station relocation project; resolution rejecting bids for booster pump station relocation project; consider amendment No. 1 – Garden and Associates LTD, BPS relocation project; consider resolutions for tax abatement - William and Sandra Armstrong applicants and Eugene E. and Tara Jo Brown applicants; consider SRF draw down –- planning and design loan, water piping project; discuss Mount Ayr Inn TIF agreement information; discuss MSA Professional Services and booster pump station project; Superintendent Wise report and matters for consideration - discuss JEO Services previous agreement, discuss letter from Clark County Health Department, discuss direct deposit of payroll checks; approve claims.

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

Agenda includes: water recreation access grant update; routine county business.

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Creston Board of Adjustment, 5 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot.

Agenda includes: Items to come before the board of adjustment - Public hearing regarding Bartlett Properties LLC requesting a variance from the side yard and front yard provisions of chapter 166 of the zoning code to construct 4-plex apartment building at 613 Sheldon St., resolution instituting proceedings to take additional action; other business.

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

Agenda includes: Public forum; new Business - public hearing the matter of the sale of city-owned property, Lots 91 and 92, except the east 10 feet, of the auditor’s plat of the NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 72, Range 31, to Michael Tamerius for $250 per lot; public hearing for the purpose of accepting public comment on the matter of granting a temporary construction easement to Michael Tamerius on and over the parcel of land on the west side of McKinley Lake Park, not to exceed 2 feet east of the park road, lying adjacent to Lots 89 through 94, and including the east 10 feet of Lots 91 and 92 of the auditor’s plat of the NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 72, Range 31, Union County, Iowa; resolution to set a public hearing for 6 p.m. Dec. 19 for the purpose of accepting public comment on the matter of the sale of city-owned property, Lots 91 and 92, except the east 10 feet, of the auditor’s plat of the NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 72, Range 31, to Tim Ostroski for $2,500 per lot; resolution set a public hearing for 6 p.m. Dec. 19 for the purpose of accepting public comment on the matter of granting a temporary construction easement to Tim Ostroski on and over the parcel of land on the west side of McKinley Lake Park, not to exceed 2 feet east of the park road, lying adjacent to Lots 89 through 94, and including the east 10 feet of Lots 91 and 92 of the auditor’s plat of the NW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 72, Range 31, Union County, Iowa; resolution to approve FAA federal airport improvement program 9AIP) FFY 2019 CIP and application package; resolution to approve purchase of 19 airpack units for fire department - 95 percent funded by firefighter grant; resolution to accept VFA grant of $3,500 on behalf of the fire department; resolution to approve amendment to the lease agreement for the operation and maintenance of the recreation wing of the Arts and Wellness Center to increase the amount provided by the city from $19,000 to $21,000 for maintenance purposes; other.

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