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Neighbors Growing Together | Jul 21, 2017

Public Meetings

Mar 31, 2017

MONDAY

Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first-floor meeting room, 9 a.m.: acknowledge minutes; meet with county engineer; discuss and consider five-year road and bridge program for 2018-22; consider approving bulldozer purchase for FY18; discuss and consider county cleanup day; make committee reports; public comments; allow claims and approve reports; road tour to nuisance problems in Germanville and Brookville/Abingdon.

Board of Adjustment — Fairfield City Hall, 5:15 p.m.: call to order; roll call; election of officers; approval of minutes; consideration of a lodging house permit (204 E. Washington Ave. - Anne Lindyberg); consideration of a three-unit lodging house permit (901 S. Main St. - Jan Larson); consideration of a two-unit lodging house permit (500 E. Burlington Ave. - Bob Ferguson); consideration of a two-unit lodging house permit (102 Full Moon Lane - Paul and Carol Morehead); consideration of a one-unit lodging house permit (1006 S. Eighth St. - Kari Bedi).

Jefferson County Health Center Board of Trustees — Jefferson County Health Center conference room, 5:30 p.m.: dinner (call to order; approval of consent agenda; approval of minutes; medical staff report; finance/HR committee report [approval of monthly bills; CFO report for February]; CEO report [annual approval of medical staff bylaws]; chairwoman’s report). 6:30 p.m.: strategic planning.

 

TUESDAY

Lockridge City Council — Lockridge Senior Center, 7 p.m.: approve agenda and consent agenda; Ordinance No. 04-2016 (declaring 212 S. Center St. and 214 S. Center St. as “no parking zones” on both sides of the street) and Ordinance No. 05-2016 (directing east side of 212 S. Center and 214 S. Center be dug out); Easter egg hunt April 22; spring cleanup May 9; Little League fund-raiser/auction May 6; Alliant Energy billing periods; Access Energy tax exempt letter; ICAP insurance renewal; budget amendment; mowing season; harness for water tower; clerk raise; nuisances (junk and tires at 203 N. Center St.); McCarty maintenance report; old business (school grant progress; school vandalism/burglary [Sean David Dunn to be tried as an adult]; water tower; lagoon; income survey; cameras; refinance SRF loan from 3 percent to 1.75 percent.

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