Gov. Reynolds Signs Final Bills of 2023 Legislative Session
Governor Reynolds signed the following bills into law: SF 478: A bill for an act relating to the operation of state government, including the commencement of audits, information made available to the auditor of state, and disputes between governmental agencies. HF 466: A bill for an act relating to televised testimony in involuntary commitment hearings for persons with substance-related disorders and persons with mental illness.
ROADSIDE CHAT - SAY 'YES' TO THE BELT. YOU CAN IRON YOUR DRESS.
Are you particular about your clothes? One of the “excuses” we hear for why people don’t wear a seat belt is that it might wrinkle their clothes.Yep, you read that correctly. People are choosing fewer wrinkles over a lifesaving technology proven to prevent thousands of deaths and serious injuries each year.According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, for drivers and front-seat passengers, using a lap and shoulder belt reduces the risk of fatal injury by 60 percent in an SUV, van, or pickup and by 45 percent in a car.
Gov. Reynolds Signs Several Bills Into Law
Governor Reynolds signed the following bills into law: HF 318: A bill for an act relating to certain filing deadlines for property tax credits available to certain elderly, disabled, and low-income persons and credits for manufactured or mobile home taxes and including effective date and applicability provisions. HF 652: A bill for an act relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology arts and sciences and providing transition provisions.
Warranty Deed Land Transfers 5/30/23
WOODHOUSE PAUL J and CHILDS-WOODHOUSE BRITTANY to SISCO JOSHUA DEANNW NW 20-82-9 AUDITOR'S PLAT #14 Lot: 23EVERGREEN HILL FARMS LLC to KETCHEN JOHN W TRUSTEE and JOHN W KETCHEN REVOCABLE TRUSTNE 16-84-10 SW 16-84-10DUDLEY JARED ALLEN and DUDLEY TYAHNNA L to KUNTZ MELANIE and KUNTZ ALEX PWALFORD CLOVER RIDGE ADDITION PART 4 Lot: 78 A2 INVESTME
Gov. Reynolds announces $5M investment to Help Boost Food Bank Capacity
Governor Reynolds and the Iowa Economic Development Authority announced a $5 million investment in food banks and food pantry networks to help more Iowans in need get access to fresh, nutritious food. “Access to fresh foods is a challenge for those facing food insecurity and soaring inflation has made it even harder,” said Gov. Reynolds.
Vinton Police Department Log for Week of May 22-28, 2023
All Charges are subject to review by the Benton County Attorney’s Office. An arrest or criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the Defendant is presumed innocent, unless proven guilty. Intrastate Warrants are issued by Law Enforcement Agencies for crimes happening in their jurisdictions.Two Adult Arrests the week of May 22-28, 2023May 22 Ross Eley Barnette, 37, Hiawatha, IAPossession of Controlled Substance (Marijuana) -1st Offense,Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Open ContainerMay 27 Dean Andrew Duncalf, 59.
Benton County Board of Supervisor Minutes May 23, 2023
May 23, 2023The Benton County Board of Supervisors met in regular session with Supervisors Seeman, Primmer and Bierschenk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. at the conference room at the Benton County Service Center. Members of the are invited to join in during open session or watch the livestream at https://www.youtube.com/bentoncountyiowa.