General Election - November 4, 2014 - Sample Ballots Are Posted
School Election - September 8, 2015
City Election - November 3, 2015
Primary Election - June 7, 2016
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Justice For All - September 2014
This forty-fifth edition of Justice For All is an overview of a defendant’s pretrial right to obtain information about their case through the use of a deposition.
40th Anniversary of Osborne Heritage Days Oct. 11 & 12
Board of Supervisors Agenda
All meetings are to be held in the Supervisors' Office, 600 Gunder Rd NE, Elkader, Iowa, unless otherwise stated. The board meets regularly on Monday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Other days are occasionally used for special meetings. Non-scheduled time is spent in workshops or available for public comment limited to ten (10) minutes per individual.
Monday, October 6, 2014
- Approval of Claims
- Approval of Minutes
Notice of Public Hearing - Firefly Ave
The Clayton County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on the following proposed Class C classification on September 29, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. in their office at 600 Gunder Road, Elkader, Iowa. Notice is in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 331.305. Members of the public are encouraged to make oral or written statements regarding the proposed Class C classification:
That Portion of "Firefly Ave", originally established in 1883 (See Road Record Volume 3, page 459) lying in Sections 14-15-22-23, T91N, R5W of Clayton County, Iowa. The intention of this reclassification is to change the segment of public road commencing at the intersection of Fantail Rd and continuing south to the intersection with Faucet Rd to Class C classification.
Ron McCartney, Chair
Clayton County Board of Supervisors
What's New in County 22 - September 2014
Well it seems as if summer has flown by with school starting but in reality I think I was still burning wood to heat my house only three months ago. Now that school has started I’d like to point out some tips on “Bullying”.