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Tama County Board of Supervisors hold public hearing during regular meeting

October 5, 2011
Dysart Reporter

By Joyce Wiese

Correspondent

Monday, September 26

Monday morning at the regular meeting of the Tama County Board of Supervisors a public hearing was held for the redistricting of the Supervisory districts. This was approved and will be sent to the state for approval. A copy of this plan can be seen at the county auditors office.

A per diem rate for the redistricting commission was $50.00 plus mileage.

The commission is made up of Joe Boll, Toledo, Dan Anderson, Tama and Mike Wentzien, Gladbrook.

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County engineer Lyle Brehm said in his weekly report there had been a complaint of a dip in the T-47 highway south of Montour. Brehm says they will be doing slurry leveling next spring, but nothing this fall.

Brehm also stated the shoulder work on the Dupanda (E-43) has been completed and the yellow lines will be done this week. This was planned for today but the weather may prohibit the work.

PCI will be moving in to work on Deer Creek on H Avenue sometime this week. October 24 has been set for a joint meeting between the Tama County Board of Supervisors and the Grundy County Board of Supervisors. This will be held in the Tama County Board room.

Approval was given for the re-appropriation from the DHS to the Public Health office for a copy machine.

Claims for the past week came to $286,118.52.

 
 

 

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