Tentative Schedule Of Governmental Meetings (links to agendas included)


On the tentative schedule of governmental meetings this week there is the Clinton County Board, Clinton School Board, Rvierbend School Board, Camanche City Council and Camanche School Board plus the Northeast School Board.

The Clinton County Board has a regular Monday morning session.  The Supervisors meet at 9:15 at the County Administration Building.

Link: BOS Agenda for April 15

There will be a special session of the Clinton School Board this morning (Monday).

The session is to approve the budget for the coming year.  There will be a public hearing and consideration of approval.  The session is at 10AM in the Administrative Center.

Link: Clinton School Board Special Meeting Agenda

The Riverbend School Board meets Monday evening.  It will be a re-organizational meeting and then a regular business session.  The session will be at 6:30 at the district office in Fulton.

Link: Riverbend School Board Agenda

The Camanche School Boar will be meeting Monday evening.  The board will consider the agreement with the Clinton School District for an alternative school.  The Clinton school Board approved the agreement earlier.

The Camanche School Board meeting is at 7:30 Monday at the Administrative Center.

Link: Camanche School Board Agenda

The Camanche City Council will be meeting Tuesday.  The council will consider an agreement with Republic Services for garbage and recycling pickup. Finalizing action on franchise fees on water and elective services is also on the agenda.

Link: Camanche City Council Agenda – click or tap on link for packet for 4-16-19

The Northeast School Board is meeting on Wednesday evening.  The session is at 7 pm at the Northeast School’s Elementary Library.

Link: Northeast School Board Agenda

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