Warren County Supervisor Aaron DeKock will ask to be on the agenda of an upcoming Indianola City Council meeting to see if the city would be open to exploring a new location for the Warren County Justice Center.
City and school elections will be conducted simultaneously this year, on Tuesday November 5. A law passed by the Iowa Legislature in 2017 ended the longstanding tradition of holding school board elections in September.
Discussion of moving a planned Warren County Justice Center off the Indianola Square “might be premature” said Warren County Supervisor Aaron DeKock at a meeting Tuesday, despite several residents who spoke in favor of it.
Warren County Supervisor Aaron DeKock and assistant Warren County attorney Dawn Bowman refused Tuesday to say if a closed meeting Monday to discuss possible litigation was related to a series of apologies members of the board issued during their meeting Tuesday night.
The city of Indianola doesn’t have to necessarily wait on construction of the Warren County Courthouse before moving ahead with some aspects of its streetscape plan, members of the Indianola City Council heard during a meeting Monday night.
Members of the Warren County Board of Supervisors will discuss whether to rescind the appointment of board chair Crystal McIntyre to the committee designing the Warren County Justice Center during their meeting Tuesday night, according to an agenda issued Monday.
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- Indianola Police Reports: Aug. 10
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