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Special City Council Agenda August 4, 2020 6:30 p.m.

By City Of Vinton · August 4th, 2020
1. Call to Order and Roll Call2. Pledge of Allegiance3. Approve Agenda4. Approve Appointment of Interim City Clerk5. Approve Compensation for Interim City Clerk6. Adjournment

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING August 4, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.

By Hayley Rippel, Benton County Auditor · August 3rd, 2020
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETINGAugust 4, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.Benton County Board of Supervisors Room** Agenda is not printed in any particular order; only time specific items will be addressed atcertain timeshttps://www.youtube.com/bentoncountyiowa 1. 9:00 A.M. Call to Order2. 9:00 A.M. Public Hearing for Status of funded Activities for the watershed grant3.

City adds Nuisance Complaint Form to Website

By Valerie Close, Editor · July 31st, 2020
Vinton Residents will now be able to report a nuisance to the City of Vinton directly. Before now, residents contacted a council member or the Mayor to voice complaints. Neither the council nor the Mayor is in charge of taking care of these issues. The city introduced a new form that can be filled out online and submitted making it easier for residents to have their complaints heard.

Special City Council Agenda July 30, 2020 6:30 p.m.

By City Of Vinton · July 30th, 2020
City of VIntonSpecial Council Meeting AgendaCity Hall1. Call to Order and Roll Call2. Pledge of Allegiance3. Approve Agenda4. Receive and file retirement letter from City Clerk5. Discuss City Clerk Replacement process6. Discuss Appointment of winter City Clerk7. Adjournment

Vendor Publication Report 07/08 - 07/21/2020

By Hayley Rippel, Benton County Auditor · July 29th, 2020
Vendor Publication Report Benton County, IA Payment Date Range: 07/08/2020 - 07/21/2020Vendor Name Vendor Number Payable Description Total PaymentsACTERRA GROUP 42610 SR pump supplies 205.72ADAM RODENBERG 49382 Rodenberg Mileage/Misc Supplies Reimb 515.41ALLIANT ENERGY 10530 SR utilities 872.02ALTORFER INC 02600 SR parts 11,097.

Benton County Board of Supervisor Minutes July 30, 2020

By Hayley Rippel, Benton County Auditor · July 28th, 2020
July 20,2020The Benton County Board of Supervisors met in regular session with Supervisors Primmer, Bierschenk and Seeman present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. Members of the public were provided the zoom access capability to join in during open session and watch live at the county’s YouTube channel.

Vinton Police Department Log for Week of July 20 - 26, 2020

By Vinton Police Department · July 28th, 2020
Vinton Police Department Log for Week of July 20 - 26, 2020 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.

Iowa Department of Ag Warns of Seeds from China

By Valerie Close, Editor · July 28th, 2020
Just when you think you can't take any more weird events this year, apparently now we have to watch our mail. Seed packets from China have begun to arrive in mailboxes across the country. No one has given a reason for them or has a clue about why we are receiving them. The Iowa Department of Agriculture has put out a statement to Iowans which says, "We are aware that people in Iowa and other states have received unsolicited packages of seed from China and other countries.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING July 28, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.

By Hayley Rippel, Benton County Auditor · July 27th, 2020
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETINGJuly 28, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.Benton County Board of Supervisors Room** Agenda is not printed in any particular order, only time specific items will be addressed at certain times1. 9:00 A.M. Call to Order2. 9:05 a.m Barb Greenlee set Land Use Hearing date for Chris and Julie Frimml a part of Parcel C SE1/4SE1/4 10-83-103.

Today, Gov. Reynolds signed a new proclamation continuing the Public Health Disaster Emergency for another 30 days. The proclamation extends public health mitigation measures currently in place for businesses and other establishments. This includes the requirements for bars and restaurants to ensure six feet of physical distance between each group or individual dining or drinking; to ensure all patrons have a seat at a table or bar; and to limit congregating together closer than six feet.

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