Governmental meetings this week (links to agendas included)


Meeting this week will be the Clinton County Board, Clinton School Board, Fulton City Council, Camanche City Council and Central DeWitt School Board.

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

Link: BOS Agenda


The Clinton School Board will meet Monday evening at 5:30.  That session will be held at the district Administration Center.

The board will consider formally approving the Iowa Jobs educational services contract.  The program was presented to the board at the previous meeting.

Link: Clinton School Board Agenda

The Fulton City Council will be meeting Monday in a regular session and a discussion session.

As part of the regular meeting there will be a public hearing on the sale of recreational marijuana in the Fulton.  That hearing is the first item on the agenda and will be held at the Fulton Journal Building.  Once that session over the council will move to meet a city hall.

Link: Fulton City Council Agenda

Following the business meeting the council will then meet in a Committee Of The Whole Session.

Link: Fulton City Council COW Agenda

The Camanche City Council meets on Tuesday evening.  The meeting is at 6 p-m at City Hall.

Link: Camanche City Council agenda and click on proper ‘public packet’

The Central DeWitt School has a special meeting on Tuesday at 1:30.  The board will consider bids for an outdoor restroom at the Athletic Facility.

Link: Central DeWitt School Board agenda


The Camanche Schools will be hold a special community meeting on Wednesday evening. The session will be an informational meeting about the district’s current and future facility needs.  The meeting will be at 6:30 at the high school theater.

Camanche School meeting notice


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