4 THE CORWITH, WESLEY LuVERNE TIMES
Wednesday, JUNE 16, 2010
Zion LWML Discus Bible Verses
With the word “Covenant”
LuVerne Zion LWML met on Thompson reported that registration
Wednesday, June 2. President, Ruby has been completed for two
Thompson, called the meeting to LWML convention delegates.
order. Ten members were present and Reimbursement for expenses was
answered roll call with a bible verse offered and declined. A motion was On a trip to Vermont, a vet said to
containing the word “covenant.” made to send funds to convention for a farmer, “The cow population of
Lynda Martin gave devotions on operating expenses and the mission your county is larger than the hum
“Bare Necessities,” Jesus being project. The “2010 Spare a New an population. Why?”
the ultimate bare necessity. Ruby Pair” mission continues until June “We prefer cows,” he said.
Thompson presented the lesson on 13 and the collected items will be If you were somebody else, would
“How to Be Green,” taken from the taken to convention. you want to be friends with you, or
Lutheran Woman’s Quarterly. The The “Lutheran Bible Translators” would you prefer cows instead of
basis of this bible study was the newsletter and the “Life Date” your companionship?
responsibility to be good stewards summer edition were shared with Some people roll out the red car-
of God’s creations. Joan Nielson members. The meeting closed with pet for you one day, and pull it out
conducted the Mite Box devotions the Lord’s Prayer. Members honored from under you the next. They love
with a responsive reading. The mites Margaret Stripling by singing the you when you’re buying, but leave
were placed on the altar as the group “Birthday Song” and Margaret you when you’re broke. Like your
sang “We Give You But Our Own.” selected the table prayer “Bless This shadow, they’re with you only when
Rosetta Blumer, Lest We Forget, House”. A delicious dessert was the sun shines.
reported sending a card to Ron served by the hostess, Vera Voss. But the Bible says, “A friend
Corwith UMW Anderson.
In old business, President
The next meeting will be July 7.. loveth at all times.”
The one who ceases to be your
Members of the Corwith United Methodist Women’s group are: (front row, left to right) Barbara Marks, Produce Vouchers Available To Qualifying Seniors friend never was a good one.
Betty Williams, Carol Schulz, Bunny Hauswirth, Betty Shipman, (back row) Helen Johnson. Sharon Beginning June 1, older Iowans Iowans receive $30 in vouchers.
Gourley, Norma Krebs, Gerry Gaskill, Dianne Chambers, Robin Sweers, Laura Jean Johnson, Connie may purchase fresh, locally-grown Recipients must be 60 years of age 2316, the Clear Lake Senior Center
Hunget, and Mariann Cram. produce with the help of the Iowa or older when they apply and have a at (641) 357-5443 or the Elderbridge
Seniors Farmers Market Nutrition gross household income of less than Agency on Aging office at (641)
Corwith UMW Discuss Mission Sunday
Corwith UMW met at the home Life Membership Pin she received, two Disttrict UMW Officers who
Program. The program, designed
to promote healthy eating habits,
$20,036 a year if single or $26,955 a
year if married.
424-0678 or (800) 243-0678 for
more information on how to obtain
provides low-income older Iowans The checks are available from Seniors Farmers Market Nutrition
of Dianne Chambers, June 9 at 9 Sunday in church from Betty will be attending with redeemable vouchers to buy June 1 through August 31 and Program vouchers. Call Elderbridge
a.m..Dianne Chambers presided. Williams. Carol Schulz gave the “The Mission Study” that will be locally-grown fruits, vegetables and may be redeemed until October 31 for information on where to obtain
Norma Krebs read a thank you Treasurer’s report with action taken. held at the Corwith United Methodist honey from Iowa’s farmers markets, at participating farmers markets vouchers in other counties.
note from Robin Sweers for the Chambers informed the group about Church on Monday, June 14 from local farm stands and Community and farm stands. A list of certified
9 to 3 p.m. Chambers solicited Supported Agriculture farms. vendors is provided with the THE CORWITH
food for it and other details. Betty How To Get Vouchers vouchers. Certified vendors display WESLEY, LUVERNE
Shipman gave a “History of Corwith
Methodist Mission Activities from
The Iowa Department
Agriculture and Land Stewardship
of a colorful sign to indicate they
accept the food vouchers. TIMES
1901 until the present.” This was is partnering with the Elderbridge Please contact the Senior Activity
Is published weekly for
in tune with the upcoming 125th Agency on Aging to distribute Center in Mason City at (641) 423-
$32 & $37 per year by
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owned by David Arrowood, Algona.
Wednesday, JUNE 16, 2010
his vehicle. Damages were estimated
Damage to the Chrysler was $1,500. at $4,000. No injuries or citations
Magistrate Court Justin Thomas Terwilliger, 30, Sheriff Report registry; Report of noisy 4-wheelers, Damage to the Tahoe was estimated were listed in the accident report.
No Insurance: Jacob Aaron Mason City, appeared for probation Tuesday, June 1 Burt; Report of disabled vehicle, at $200. No injuries or citations were June 7
Schimmelpfennig, Woden, $573.75. revocation proceedings on three Report of suspicious Buffalo Center; Request to speak to listed in the accident report. According to the accident report,
No Valid License: Jordan A. felony charges. On each charge his circumstances, Burt; Report of deputy, Whittemore June 2 Greg Capesius, 41, LuVerne, was
Klopp, Belmond, $262.50. probation was revoked and he was erratic driver; Report of break-in, Sunday, June 6 According to the accident report, driving his 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
No Registration: Jacob Aaron ordered to serve the previously Whittemore; Report of cow out, St. Report of argument, Sexton; Jeffrey David Speltz, 51, Armstrong, southbound on a gravel road and lost
Schimmelpfennig, Woden, $128.25; suspended prison sentences. Joseph; Report of dead lamb, Burt; Request for an ambulance, Titonka; was southbound on County Road control of the vehicle. He ended up
Shane C. Swanson, Forest City; Terwilliger will serve up to five years Report of threatening phone call, Report of vandalism, Bancroft; P-20 in his 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe in the west ditch, rolling onto the
Lanyon Johnson, Forest City, on each charge. Two of the charges Swea City. Request to speak to deputy, Swea when a deer ran onto the road way in drivers side of the vehicle. Damage
$120.75; Andrew Vance Johnson, are to be served concurrently and the Wednesday, June 2 City; Report of property found, his vehicles path. Speltz was unable to the Grand Prix was estimated at
Britt, $100.50. other consecutive, which will result Request for an ambulance, Wesley; Report of noisy four to avoid striking the deer, which $2,000. No injuries or citations were
Failure to Transfer Title: Mark in up to ten years in prison. Whittemore; Request to speak to wheelers, Burt; Report of loud caused severe damage to the front of listed in the accident report.
Adrain Smith, Forest City, $127.50. Arraignments deputy, Sexton; Report of moped vehicle, Bancroft.
No Seatbelt: Clint J. Weaver,
Garner, $98.75; David Melvin
The following persons were
arraigned: Roy James Keough, 47,
found, Algona; Request for welfare
check, LuVerne; Report of car vs.
Monday, June 7
Report of cow out, LuVerne;
City of LuVerne
CITY OF LuVERNE accepted as given.
Haase, Burt; Zachary Thomas “Possession With Intent To Deliver deer, Swea City. Report of abandoned dog, Irvington;
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Motion by Patterson, seconded by Carroll, to
UNAPPROVED MINUTES sign the LuVerne Post Office lease agreement.
VanderSchaegen, Whittemore; A Controlled Substance,” a class B Thursday, June 3 Report of dogs running loose, Monday, June 7, 2010 All ayes. Motion carried.
Benjamin James Monson, Garner, felony, and “Failure To Affix A Drug Request for an ambulance, Fenton; Request for vacation check,
The LuVerne City Council met in regular Council discussed the employee contract for
session on Monday, June 7, 2010 at 7:00 Wempen. Council agreed to delete paragraph
$93.75. Tax Stamp,” a class D felony; Mark Titonka; Report of two vehicles in Algona; Report of driving complaint; p.m. at the LuVerne Public Library. Mayor two of section 6, regarding a physicians notice
No Registration Card: Dwayne Arnold Schmidt, 40, Algona, “Theft the ditch, Titonka; Request to speak Request for vehicle unlock, Algona;
Holmes called the meeting to order. Council for sick leave. Council agreed to have the five
present were Jim Carroll, C.P. Patterson, Matt sick leave days per year accumulate up to 50
Lee Alyea, Champlin, MN, $73.50. In The Fourth Degree,” a serious to deputy, Ledyard; Request to speak Report of suspicious phone call, Lawson, Gene Frideres, and Kevin McPeak. days maximum. Section 13, Benefits, will be
Speeding (20+ over): Joseph misdemeanor. to deputy, Algona; Report of cat on Wesley; Report of neighbor burning,
Also present were Kelly Graplar, Dale Johnson, changed to reflect employee owned health
and city employees Ryan Wempen and Marilyn insurance policy, with the city reimbursing the
Luverne Meyer, Britt, $116.70. Marriage Certificates light pole, St. Benedict; Report of Fenton; Report of suspicious phone Johnson. employee up to $715 per quarter. City Attorney
Speeding (6-10 over): Brandy Keri Jo Schleusner, Garner, and family problems, Bancroft. calls, Bancroft; Report of loud
Minutes of the May 5, May 25, and June 1, Stoebe will be contacted to incorporate these
2010 meetings were approved as read. Motion changes into the employee agreement.
K. Olson, Britt, $100.50; Jami Thomas Brooks McKinley, Garner. Friday, June 4 music, Burt; Report of accident, by Frideres, seconded by McPeak, to pay all Motion by McPeak, seconded by Frideres,
Rae Ades, Woden; Kenneth John 5-29 Request to speak to deputy, Swea Algona; Report of loud music, Burt;
bills as listed. All ayes. Motion carried. Listed to sign the 28E BLADING THE AGGREGATE
bills: Mid American 883.50, Kossuth Auditor SURFACED STREETS AGREEMENT with
Frampton, Clear Lake; Clayton Beau Allen Haes, Garner, and City; Report of dogs running loose, Request to speak to deputy. 1081.30, IA Municipal Insurance 3921.00, Kossuth County. All ayes. Motion carried.
James McGuire, Klemme; Ismael Jennifer Eileen Severson, Garner. Fenton; Report of dogs running Accidents
Oriental Trading 50.91, Postmaster 50.81, Clerk will look into costs for dust control for
ACCO 284.00, Algona Publishing 61.50, Brown gravel road intersections within city limits.
Garcia Ramirez, Goodell; tyler Alan 6-5 loose, Fenton; Report of wounded May 23 Supply 50.00, Carroll Implement 227.94, W. The LP contract with W&H Coop was tabled
Schwartz, Meservey, $87. Cynthia Lorriane Schack, Britt, deer, Irvington; Request to speak to According to the accident report,
Dunn 15.00, Electronic Engineering 196.80, until the next meeting.
Heiman Inc. 2777.05, Humboldt Reminder Kelly Graplar updated the council on the
Speed: Kerri A. Anderson, and David Alan Battleson, Britt. 6-5 deputy; Report of calf out, Algona; Joshua Carroll, 18, Whittemore, 16.25, ILCC 275.00, M. Johnson 77.50, Kmart status of the wastewater project. They are still
Kanawha; Linda Louise Laubenthal, Scott David Schlichting, Britt, and Request for welfare check, Algona; was driving northbound in a 2003
59.04, Kossuth Sheriff 500.00, K’s Industrial waiting to hear from the USDA grant application.
357.63, LGI 11.00, Martin Marietta 752.70, ILRW recommends on-site systems for the
St. Paul, MN; Christopher Michael Sara Pauline Gouge. 6-5 Report of child not buckled in, St. Chevrolet Town and Country Mid-America Publishing 126.68, Patterson properties on the outer edges of city limits.
Thede, Garner; DeWayne Albert Dissolutions Joseph; Report of reckless driver, minivan owned by Lorr S. Carroll,
Bros. 231.73, Postmaster 44.00, Qwest The city will have to approve a waste water
116.54, W&H Coop 140.80, T. Jaeger 110.56, ordinance in the near future.
Hovey, Titonka, $108; Jesse Alan Kimberley Rae Netland, petitioner, Algona; Report of cattle out, Lone Whittemore on 2nd Street in Payroll 4190.16. Claims by fund: General Meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m.
Nosbush, Gary, SD; Wilma Ruth vs. Jeremy Jonathan Abele, Rock Whittemore. Carroll became
13100.18, Road Use 1110.33, Water 2398.89, Marilyn Johnson
Total Claims 16609.40. May receipts by fund: City Clerk
Luppen, Kanawha; Roger Allen respondent. Dissolution of marriage. Saturday, June 5 distracted and struck the legally General 15792.35, Road Use 1598.50, Trust & Published in the CWL Times on
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Cherland, Lone Rock, $92. Joint custody of three minor children. Report of intruder, Burt; Report parked 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
Agency 1002.16, Total Receipts 18393.01.
Treasurer’s report and financial report were
Failure to Yield: Corinna Ann 6-3 of break-in, Algona; Report of
Cochran, Garner, $130.88.
Fail to Maintain Control: Robert
Daniel Dwight Morris, petitioner,
vs. Penny Michelle Morris,
dogs running loose, Fenton; Report
of mud on road, Burt; Report of CITY OF CORWITH
City of Corwith
Wisconsin Energy Conservation- request from Goedders Construction. Vote: All
Thomas Morris, Union City, CA, respondent. Dissolution of marriage. temporary address for sex offender COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS C.A.L. Program...................................95.12 in favor
$130.88. Joint custody of two minor children. UNAPPROVED MINUTES Fed/FICA Withholding..........................1197.99 The accumulation of garbage creating a
Barkema and Kyle E. Barkema, City Tuesday, June 8, 2010 IPERS ....................................................614.26 habitat for nuisance animals and offensive
Fail to Stop: Ryan Michael Leerar, 6-3
of Garner, West View Addition, Lots The Corwith City Council met in regular Iowa State Bank-Note Pyment ............1308.10 odors at 308 Clinton was discussed. Hobscheidt
Crystal Lake, $152.75. Small Claims session in the council chambers at city hall Sales Tax ...............................................713.00 moved to authorize and direct emergency
11 and 12, as desc. 6-4 on Tuesday, June 8, 2010. Mayor-Pro Tem Depository Trust-Interest Payment ......2825.00 abatement procedures to be put into action.
Striking an Unattended Vehicle: Hunts Electric LLC, Britt, vs.
DEED – Lance Hejlik and Alicia Petersen opened with the Pledge of Allegiance Total May Claims ............................$79,442.69 Waste Management will be notified and clean
Jennifer E. Severson, Garner, Chad M. Smith, Garner. Judgment and the meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. PWA reported the roof at the city shop had up procedures will begin. All costs will be
Hejlik to Thomas B. McKinley and Council members present were Hobscheidt, been repaired. The panels in the restrooms at assessed to the property owner.
$147.75. in favor or plaintiff for $492.58 plus
Keri J. Schleusner, T96N, R24W, Steenhard, Petersen, Nall and Tindall. Absent: the park had also been repaired. The annual After a discussion on wages was held, the
Unsafe Turn: Keith Allan Hovick, interest and costs. Mayor Gourley cleaning and maintenance of the water tower Council took a consensus to determine the
Sect. 21 and 22, as desc. 6-4 Hobscheidt moved to approve the agenda, has been done. The siren has been installed following changes in wages for the new fiscal
Ellsworth, $107.25. CBE Group Inc. vs. Kelsey D.
WD – Steven W. Quintus and seconded by Steenhard. Vote: All in favor. Nall and Prairie Energy will be in this week to do year: PWA will receive two personal days and
Safety Rules Violation: Thomas Units, Britt, and Joseph Thomas moved to approve the minutes of the previous the wiring on it. Clerk reported the trees for the a 1% increase; Clerk will go to a four day
Sandra J. Quintus to Joshua E. meeting, seconded by Steenhard. Vote: All cemetery are not here yet. week and a 1% increase; and Part-time help
Michael Martin, Stanhope, $110.63. Units, Britt. Judgment in favor of
Crawford, T96N, R23W, Sect. 5, as in favor. Hobscheidt moved to approve the Bob Sloan spoke during the public forum, will receive a 25 cent increase. Petersen then
Minor Using Tobacco – 2nd plaintiff for $769 plus interest and financial reports, seconded by Nall. Vote: All in updating the Council on the progress of his offered Resolution No. 822. A RESOLUTION
desc. 6-7 favor damaged building. ESTABLISHING WAGES FOR THE FISCAL
Offense: Tyler Alan Schwartz, costs.
DEED – Trca Family Trust, Donald Hobscheidt offered Resolution No. 819. A Mayor Pro-Tem updated council on the YEAR 10-11, seconded by Tindall. Roll call
Meservey, $100. Steven Ray Hoover, Forest RESOLUTION APPROVING THE MAY, 2010 nuisances. vote: Ayes-Hobscheidt, Petersen, Nall and
C. Trca Trustee, and Jacqulen L. CLAIMS IN THE AMOUNT OF $79,442.69, The installation of a concrete pad for the Tindall; Nays-Steenhard. These wages become
District Court City, vs. Basil J. Johnson, Garner.
Trca Trustee to Donald C. Trca and seconded by Tindall. Roll call vote: Ayes- shelter house at the North Park was discussed. effective July 1, 2010.
Terry Lee Kiefer, 19, Corwith, Judgment in favor of plaintiff for Hobscheidt, Steenhard, Petersen, Nall and Consensus of the council was to proceed with Council had no comments. Hobscheidt
Jacqulen L. Trca, T96N, R24W, Tindall; Nays: None. the installation of the pad. moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by
was convicted of “Burglary In $230 plus interest and costs.
Sect. 5, and City of Garner, Park MAY, 2010 CLAIMS Mayor Pro-tem appointed Leona Welter Petersen. Vote: All in favor. Meeting adjourned
The Third Degree,” a class D Civil Payroll For May ...................................4711.29 and Connie Hunget to the upcoming vacancies at 7:00 p.m.
Addition, Block 6, Lots 13 and 14, Alliant Energy-Utilities 4/13-5/12 .............52.13 on the Library Board. Motion to approve the Mayor Pro-Tem
felony, and “Operating Without HSBC Bank Nevada N.A.,
as desc. 6-8 Corn Belt Power-May Note Pymnt.......1591.06 appointment was made by Hobscheidt and City Clerk
Owner’s Consent,” an aggravated plaintiff, vs. Christine L. Bruggeman, City Of Corwith-Utilities 4/15-5/15 .......1270.33 seconded by Steenhard. Vote: All in favor. Savings:
WD – Donald C. Trca and Jacqulen Prairie Energy-April Current ..............12289.36 Steenhard then offered Resolution Water ..............................................$52,191.10
misdemeanor, stemming from a defendant and Norman Bruggeman
L. Trca to Donald C. Trca, T96N, Janet Dietel-Milege To Mtg In No. 820. A RESOLUTION APPROVING Sewer .............................................$74,228.41
series of incidents investigated by the defendant. Summary judgment Mason City ........................................51.00 THE CIGARETTE LICENSES FOR THE Electric ............................................$73,255.45
R24W, Sect. 5, and City of Garner, Pitney Bowes-Postage ..........................200.00 AMERICAN LEGION AND CORWITH FARM Fire Station .......................................$2,800.00
Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on against Christine Bruggeman for
Park Addition, Block 6, Lots 13 and True North Co-Partial SERVICE. Seconded by Nall. Roll call vote: Checking:..........................................................
February 25. On the Burglary charge $20,520.30 plus interest and costs. Insurance Premium .........................104.42 Ayes-Hobscheidt, Steenhard, Petersen, Nall General ...........................................$39,728.45
14, as desc. 6-8 True North Co-Balance Due On and Tindall; Nays-None. Road Use Tax ................................ $(4,286.11)
Kiefer was sentenced to serve up to North Iowa Community Credit Ins Premium .......................................76.03 Hobscheidt then offered Resolution No. 821. Debt Service .....................................$6,152.10
five years in prison and pay $250. Union, plaintiff, vs. Daniel V. Corn Belt Power-June Note Pymnt........965.61 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE LIQUOR Comm. Beautification .................. $(12,675.28)
The prison time was suspended
and he will be on probation to the
Nedved. Judgment in favor of
plaintiff for $8,505.37 plus interest
PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM
Prairie Energy-June Note Pymnt ...........386.24
Arnold Motor Supply-Anti Freeze ............32.97
Baker & Taylor-Books ............................137.96
LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE AMERICAN
LEGION. Seconded by Nall. Roll call vote:
Ayes-Hobscheidt, Steenhard, Petersen, Nall
Housing Program......................... $(10,659.80)
Water ........................................... $(38,214.49)
Sewer .......................................... $(28,812.57)
Baker & Taylor-Dvds ..............................108.67 and Tindall; Nays-None. Electric ..........................................$229,901.62
Department of Correctional Services and costs.
Six Pack, LLC., plans to submit a Notice Card Services-Toner For Library ...........105.99 With the completion of the Theresa Marcum May 31, 2010 total ........................$383,608.88
for four years. He must complete Citibank of South Dakota NA., vs. of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Mitchell Carroll-Mowing .........................860.00
Case Credit-Oil/Spark Plug .....................11.64
house a motion was made by Hobscheidt and
seconded by Petersen to approve the final pay
Published in the CWL Times on
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
substance abuse treatment and Dorothy L. Blakesley. Judgment in
Resources to be covered under the NPDES
General Permit No. 2 Storm Water Discharge Communications I-Ph 6/1-6/30 ..............179.52
mental health treatment. On the favor of plaintiff for $7,716.35 plus CWL Times-Publications .......................105.85
C-W-L Joint Meeting
Associated with Industrial Activity for
EBSCO - Library Subscriptions .............206.81
other charge he was sentenced to interest and costs.
The storm water discharge will be from Fletcher Reinhardt-Padlocks/Hubs ..........53.54
serve 60 days in jail. He must also Property Transfers construction activities located in NE1/4, Section Garden’s Gate-
Shrubs/Hanging Baskets ..................184.38
PROCEEDINGS OF THE for another joint meeting between TRV, West
pay costs and attorney fees. The WD – Schiff Farms Inc to Gillis
32, T96N, R24W, Hancock County. CORWITH WESLEY Bend Mallard-Bradgate, Corwith Wesley and
Storm water will be discharged from 1 point Goedders Construction-Marcum & LUVERNE LuVerne. If a plan is drawn up by the boards
Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Farms Inc, T96N, R26W, Sect. 6, as source and will be discharged to the following Project 2-Final ..............................18916.00
Gold Eagle-Grass Seed...........................16.75
COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARDS for a sharing agreement, all boards will have
Fort Dodge Police Department. desc. 6-2
streams: unnamed tributaries to the East JOINT MEETING AT THE to agree or the process is to be started over.
Branch of the Iowa River. Dan Grandgenett-Mowing .......................50.00 CORWITH WESLEY SCHOOL BUILDING The perception of the CW and LuVerne Boards
Aaron Lamont Nielsen, 32, WD – Nancy Upton and Dean B. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Hancock Co Auditor-Gis Map ....................2.50
Hancock Co Engineer-Annual
UNAPPROVED MINUTES was the push for the high school to be at Bode
Alexander, pled guilty to “Possession Upton to Dustin Schmidt, T96N,
Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department Wednesday June 9, 2010, 9:00 AM and the junior high at Gilmore City. That’s not
of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Payment (3 Of 5) ............................3352.00 The Corwith Wesley and LuVerne School something the CW and LuVerne boards are
Of A Firearm By A Felon,” a class D R24W, Sect. 12, as desc. 6-3 Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, IA Hunget, Phil-Hanging Baskets.................23.07
IAMU-Safety Dues .................................291.19
Boards met in Joint Session on Wednesday wanting. It’s such a huge geographical area
felony, stemming from an incident QUIT – Krista A. Hartwig and
50319-0034. The public may review the Notice June 9, 2010 at the Corwith Wesley High to cover, there will always be at least two
of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday IMWCA-Workman’s Comp Premium ...2721.00 School. towns driving a long way. Supt. Bumgarner
investigated by the Sheriff’s Office Krista Hartwig to Bradley Hartwig, through Friday, at the above address after it has K & H-Fuel .............................................240.76
President Hauswirth called the meeting to stated that he has a meeting with the TRV
on December 7. Sentencing will be T94N, R25W, Sect. 23, as desc. 6-4
been received by the department. order at 9:00 AM. and WBM-G superintendents next week to
Published in the CWL Times on Larson, Craig-Sewer Reports ................200.00 CW MEMBERS PRESENT: Hauswirth, see what they want as an outcome. If we can’t
held in July. DEED – Brent Grove to Lisa C. Wednesday, June 16, 2010 LGI-Water/Sewer Reports .......................66.50
Menards-Park Rr Repairs/Old
Chambers and Studer share academically, we can also look at sharing
CW MEMBERS ABSENT: Wilhite and Burrs athletics.
Water Plant Repairs .......................1751.30 LUVERNE MEMBERS PRESENT: Lawson, Meeting adjourned at 9:32 am.
Prairie Energy-New Pole/Pole Collins, McGregor and Legler Board President
ALEXANDER’S QUASQUICENTENNIAL Replacement/Crossarms ................5494.39
MEMBERS ABSENT: Board Secretary
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
ADMINISTRATION PRESENT: Supt.
Sadler Coating Systems- Bumgarner, Prin. Rotert
City Shop Roof ...............................7400.00 OTHERS PRESENT: Sec. DeGroote
June 18-20, 2010 • Alexander, Iowa
IA Dept Of Revenue-
Sales Tax Correction ........................101.98
Motion by Chambers and seconded by
Studer to approve the agenda by CW Board. All Public Notice
Alexander is turning 125 and we would like you to help us celebrate!e Services For Housing Program ......3760.00
Motion by Legler and seconded by Collins
PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Solomon Corp-Two Transformers........1744.10 for LuVerne Board to approve agenda. All ayes.
David Wagner-Cemetery Mowing ........1810.00 COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD
Supt. Bumgarner stated that our boards OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
GREAT EVENTS HAPPENING ALL 3 DAYS! Waste Management-Garbage .................35.59
Bob Williams-Mowing ............................200.00
need to jointly discuss options and decide
what direction they would like to go. There is
Wednesday, June 2, 2010, 5:15 p.m.
a meeting in Bode on June 29th at 6:00 p.m. The Corwith Wesley Community School
Reports/Ccr Report ..........................300.00
Board met in special session on Wednesday,
June 2, 2010 at the Corwith Wesley High
Every Iowan 50+
President Hauswirth called the meeting to
order at 5:15 PM.
Raffle f MEMBERS PRESENT: Hauswirth, Studer,
• Fireworks & Bed Q ilt
Chambers, Wilhite, Burrs
MEMBERS ABSENT: None
uilt ADMINISTRATION PRESENT: Supt.
• Kids’ Events
ADMINISTRATION ABSENT: Prin. Rotert
OTHERS PRESENT: Secretary DeGroote
• Worship Service Motion by Chambers, second by Studer to
approve the amended agenda, with Business
item #4 added “Clarification of Athletic Director
• Lots of Food! People who are at risk for colorectal cancer because of
family history or medical conditions should begin colorectal
Contract”. All ayes.
Motion by Studer, second by Wilhite to offer
screening before age 50. Ask your health care provider for Colton Webber an Assistant Baseball Coaching
more information. contract for the 2009-2010 season pending
receipt of his coaching authorization. All ayes.
Discussion on Board’s expectations and
goals set for Superintendent Bumgarner for the
2010-2011 school year.
Motion by Wilhite, second by Studer at
Nancy Rasmussen’s request, to rescind the
previous motion to pay Nancy Rasmussen, or a
suitable replacement, $50 per home activity for
of Public Health Football, Volleyball, and Basketball. All ayes.
There will be plenty of food and refreshments available, including a beverage garden on Saturday! Bring your own lawn chair! Motion by Studer, second by Burrs to clarify
Athletic Director contract, the salary will remain
Alexander souvenir items can be seen at www.alexander.ccax.net unchanged, but the contract will cover twelve
and are available at the Alexander Library!
months. All ayes.
For parade entry information, contact Rusty Bohman at 641-444-1664. Meeting adjourned 6:18 p.m.
Project sponsored in part by Franklin County Tourism. BOARD SECRETARY
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