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March 21, 2014

Supervisors meet Tuesday

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5. Resolution 2014/23 – Secondary Road Department Five Year Construction Program FY15 – FY19.
 
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6. Resolution 2014/24 – Secondary Road Department FY15 Iowa Department of Transportation budget.
 
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7. Secondary Road Department – Discussion and action as necessary regarding formerly approved Marion County Resolution 2007/56 – Work Beyond Right-of-Way Agreement Authorized Signers.
 
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8. Appointments – 
 
a. Marion County Memorial Hall Commissioners
 
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b. Aging Resources Board of Director
 
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9. Updates – Board of Supervisor boards and commissions
 
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  VII. ADJOURNMENT
 
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MARION COUNTY encourages all citizens of the county to attend Board of Supervisors’ meetings. Board of Supervisors’ chambers are handicapped accessible a county staff members are available to provide assistance if needed. If you are hearing impaired, vision impaired, or a person with limited English proficiency and require an interpreter or reader, please contact us by noon on the business day prior to scheduled meetings to arrange for assistance (641 828-2231). TTY telephone service is available for the hearing impaired through Relay Iowa (800-735-2942). For questions about ADA compliance or related issues, contact Steve Edwards (641-828-2213 or 641-891-8225). 
*PLEASE TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES & BEEPERS IN THE BOARDROOM*
 

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