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  • 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.
  • Clausen leaving city post in July
    Veteran Carroll City Manager Gerald Clausen, an administrator who worked with six mayors and, among other things, helped shepherd through the Corridor of Commerce  streetscape enhancements and a $17 million upgrade of the wastewater-treatment system, will retire from City Hall July 29.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors is moving forward with setting a public meeting in June to discuss “big picture” projects for the future.
  • Water-quality discussion dominates legislative forum
    Legislators in the Iowa House of Representatives approved $478 million in additional funding for water-quality initiatives last week, but critics say it’s not enough and is being taken at the expense of other programs.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve a two-year tentative contract with county conservation employees on Monday, but they weren’t happy about it.
  • A citizens group Monday night asked the Carroll City Council to allow all-terrain and off road-utility vehicles on the city’s 60 miles of streets.
  • Supervisors talk priorities, tour jail
    The Carroll County Board of Supervisors continued to concentrate on future priorities including a long-term solution for the problems at the county jail and the use of local-option sales-tax revenue to offset the mental-health levy.
  • Segebart: Get Siemann on DOT commission
    The two state legislators representing Carroll say they are backing a local elected official for appointment to the Iowa Transportation Commission.
  • County employees will see a 4 percent rise in their insurance rates beginning July 1.
  • Carroll City Council members Monday will consider a 2.75 percent increase for full-time, non-union employees — the same pay hike the police union negotiated.
  • Carroll water superintendent Terry Kluver received the Region IV Grade 2 Operator of the Year Award on March 23 during the Region 5 Iowa Section of the American Water Works Association meeting in Atlantic.
  • The Carroll County Supervisors have known there are issues and challenges with the county’s 50-year-old jail facility for a while, but on Monday those issues were brought front-and-center.
  • A dog cannot be deemed “vicious” in Carroll until it bites or attacks a person or another animal under current city rules.

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