Water Quality Initiatives Drive Discussion, But Likely Will Result In Little Action
Some of Iowa's most powerful interest groups along with environmental organizations are backing efforts to clean up the state's waterways, but there isn't unity about how to take action on an issue that has frustrated lawmakers in the past.
Iowa D.O.T Seeks Comment On Plans To Replace Bridge On Hwy 4 In Palo Alto County
The Iowa Department of Transportation is seeking public comment on plans to replace a bridge on Iowa Highway 4 over drainage ditch 49, or about 5.2 miles north of the north junction with U.S. Highway 18 in Palo Alto county.
Bridge Replacement Plans On Highway 71 In Clay County To Be Topic Of Sept. 29 Come And Go Meeting
Plans by the Iowa Department of Transportation to replace a bridge on Highway 71 over Prairie Creek in Clay county, about 1.4 miles north of County Road B-40, will be the topic of a public information meeting set for late this month
Police Seizures of Cash, Vehicles & Other Property Increases Statewide In Iowa
An analysis of data from Iowa law enforcement agencies shows they seize cash, vehicles and other private property from at least 1,000 people a year without proof the property was acquired as a result of a crime or was being used to help people commit crimes.
Applicants Interested in Filling Remaining Term for District 3 Seat on Dickinson Board of Supervisors to Appear in Forum
Two people who have applied to fill what's left of the term representing District 3 on the Dickinson county board of supervisors will appear in a forum tomorrow (Thurs.) at 1:30 pm in the Community Room at the courthouse in Spirit Lake.
Farm Groups Agree To Pay Legal Fees In Des Moines WaterWorks Lawsuit
The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and the Iowa Corn Growers Association have offered to underwrite the legal expenses for the defense of the drainage districts targeted in the Des Moines Water Works lawsuit.