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  • Carroll’s Public Works Department is estimating a $1.9 million price tag on a sweeping storm-sewer project expected to cover 10 blocks largely along Third Street this construction season.
  • Veterans bend Ernst’s ear in Jefferson
    The takeaway Friday from a panel discussion in Jefferson with U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst about veterans issues?
  • Mallard View, a residential care facility located just north of Carroll city limits, announced Monday that it will merge with Family Resource Center of Carroll by the end of the year.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to reduce the rent at Mallard View residential care facility from $2,000 each month to $1,000 for the next six months after listening to Mallard View officials at its regular meeting on Monday.
  • Carroll County Board of Supervisors Chairman Neil Bock told the board he had a “good” discussion with Gov. Terry Branstad’s Chief of Staff Michael Bousselot last Tuesday at the Capitol in Des Moines.
  • Supervisors warn of gap in driver’s license services
    The Carroll County Board of Supervisors was blindsided last week when Iowa Department of Transportation Director Paul Trambino announced the closing of the Carroll and Spencer DOT driver’s license stations and seven maintenance garages effective Sept. 1.
  • Carroll City officials have scheduled four defining meetings before the end of the year for development of modernized library services.
  • Carroll City Council members are seeking a proposal from a firm headed by a former Des Moines police chief to lead the search for a successor to Carroll City Manager Gerald Clausen, who plans to retire from his city post July 29 after 22 years.
  • A smattering of Manning voters Tuesday turned out to pass a hotel-motel max that will go into effect in the southern Carroll County city July 1.
  • With the Rec Center fitness-room expansion complete as of last month, work turns to populating it with more exercise machines — a move city officials hope will boost membership and use.
  • The Carroll County Supervisors unanimously approved a motion to contact County Attorney John Werden in regard to an encroachment by a private citizen on the Sauk Rail Trail boundary.
  • Six Midwestern architectural firms are competing for the job of designing an improved library for Carroll and repurposing the building Commercial Savings Bank plans to donate to the city.
  • Carroll City Council members Monday night approved a public-works collective-bargaining agreement for 28 city employees the Teamsters Union represents.
  • After more than two months of operating without a county assessor, the Carroll County Conference Board unanimously approved extending an offer to former Deputy Assessor Sue Heuton to fill the position before the Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday.
  • Carroll City Council members Monday night approved a tentative plan to spend $1 million on improving or adding pedestrian curb ramps to the city’s sidewalk system.
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