By Joyce Wiese
Monday, September 12
Kendall Jordan, Chairman, Tama County Board of Supervisors, called the regular meeting to order promptly at 9:30 o'clock. Also present were Dan Wilkens and Larry Vest.
Jordan told the other supervisors he had complaints about some of the roads north of the Lincoln area. Jordan drove all the rural roads north of Lincoln on Sunday, September 11, and found them to be in pretty decent condition. Jordan stated there were a few bad spots but overall he did not see anything urgent.
School election is Tuesday, September 13. Friday, September 16, has been scheduled for the Canvas at 8:00 A.M. in the Tama County Board of Supervisors room.
Auditor Laura Kopsa told supervisors she had received a letter from the Department of Human Services, advising that Ralph LaFebre, Traer, qualifies for his property taxes to be delayed. This justs means he will not pay them and there will not be a penalty on them, but when the property is sold or transferred, the taxes will then have to be paid.
Claims approved for the past week came to $96,199,34.