The Carroll County Board of Supervisors took another step toward
deciding what to do with the soon-to-be vacant Mallard View property on
Tuesday, instructing Region XII to submit a proposal.
The City of Carroll has closed out its city manager search with a conditional offer to Michel Pogge-Weaver.
At its regular meeting on Monday, the Carroll County Board of
Supervisors discussed what can be done with the county-owned Mallard
View Care Facility when it is vacated at the end of the year.
The Carroll County Zoning Commission reviewed an updated solar power
ordinance proposal on Thursday. Commission appointees hope to have a
final draft ready for the Board of Supervisors in “the next month or
Carroll County Engineer Dave Paulson alerted the Board of Supervisors to
a dangerous bridge, owned by the BNSF Railroad, that has been closed
down due to safety concerns.
Carroll City Council members batted around a question of responsibility
at Monday’s meeting before voting to approve the testing and probable
cleanup of contaminated groundwater in a public area.
People should be prosecuted for desecrating the American flag despite a
recent federal court ruling that said Iowa’s law is unconstitutional,
according to Iowa Rep. Mike Sexton, a Republican who represents Calhoun
County where a man briefly faced a criminal charge for flying the flag
upside down on a pole beneath the Chinese flag.
When the Carroll County Board of Supervisors met with Iowa Department of
Transportation officials last month it seemed the Iowa driver’s license
station in Carroll was shutting down Sept. 1 and the county was on its
own until the Legislature takes action in January or February.
There’s something familiar about Carroll for Joseph Gaa.
Dave Haugland has had a busy summer.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously amended
its Five-Year Road Program to move three projects originally scheduled
for fiscal year 2018 to FY2017 in an effort to save money on materials,
specifically asphalt binder.
For Michel Pogge-Weaver, moving to Carroll to work as city manager would be a homecoming.
The Carroll City Council is considering three candidates to replace
longtime City Manager Gerald Clausen, who retired at the end of last
month after more than two decades with the city.
Collectively, more than 450,000 Iowans living with disabilities can make
a significant impact on the public policies and practices that affect
their daily lives.
The Jail Committee, appointed by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors
on June 20, toured Sac and Crawford counties’ jails on Tuesday to get a
better understanding of how Carroll can improve its facility.
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