Public agenda for Nov. 15
Improving sidewalks was the subject of a long Monmouth City Council discussion Nov. 7 in a work session that followed the regular council meeting.
The open enrollment period for HealthCare.gov is ongoing through Dec. 15.
The city of Falls City has hit a snag in plans to take over maintenance of back flow devices on customer water lines.
The city of Dallas plans to form a citizens committee to examine and make recommendations on how to spend the city’s street maintenance budget.
The Dallas Urban Renewal District may extend the duration of its district, possibly another 10 or more years.
Valley Life Center to sell portion of land that once had an old grain elevator on it, keep some for future expansion
Dallas City Council approved a nearly 4.5-acre annexation and zoning change for a piece of property near Valley Life Center Church, 1795 SE Miller Ave.
Population growth has prompted a zoning change in Monmouth.
Property tax bills are in the mail, or should be soon, and many owners will see a reduction in their taxes for 2017-18, said Polk County Assessor Doug Schmidt.
Code enforcement in Falls City is back on track.
A more than $436 million tax surplus was confirmed by the Office of Economic Analysis, triggering a tax surplus credit, or “kicker,” for the 2016 tax year.
Updated wording to come back to council Oct. 17
Monmouth council tables some proposals, discusses city's growth.
The city of Dallas is considering establishing a utility license requirement and fee for all utilities operating in the city’s rights-of-way and a new internet modem license.
The Dallas City Council approved changes to its rules on Sept. 18, including removing from decorum standards a requirement that councilors act “in manner appropriate to the dignity of their office" outside council meetings.
Public Agenda is a listing of upcoming meetings for governmental and nongovernmental agencies in Polk County.