The Lenox Time Table Area News

Rainbow Trout stocked in pond at Wilson Lake

The Taylor County Conservation Board (TCCB) has stocked at a pond at Wilson Lake Park with rainbow trout. The pond is located between the two shelters on the south side of the lake. “ This is a great opportunity for a child to catch their first fish,” said Nick Fehring, Director. Small spinner, jigs, or…

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Council tables decision on angle parking

The Lenox City Council tabled a decision on angle parking on the south side of Ramsey’s Market and discussed paying for CPR certification for Lenox Public Library employees at their November 23 meeting. Three councilmembers, Tyson Brown, Karen Zabel, and Rosa Cruz were present. The council discussed Ordinance 389 allowing angle parking on the south…

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Legion Family host Dec. 9Th Blood Drive

The Lenox American Legion Family will be hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, December 9th at the Lenox Community Center from noon-6:00 p.m. Our county has been hit hard with the covid virus. Let’s turn that into a positive! If you have had the virus, your blood can be used to help others…

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2020 State Forest Action Plan available for public comment

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources submitted the 2020 State Forest Action Plan which is now available for public comment until December 11, 2020. The State Forest Action Plan includes a comprehensive assessment of forests in Iowa, which is a requirement of the Farm Bill and must be revised every 10 years in order for…

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City council approves resolutions to finish out SRF water quality projects

Lenox City Council approved several resolutions at their October 26 meeting to finish out SRF water quality projects in the community. Jeff Godwin from Snyder and Associates was present with a change order for the SRF sponsored grade stabilization project at the golf course and a pay request. The amount of the project was decreased…

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Enrollment numbers up; COVID response coordinator approved

The Lenox School Board reviewed certified enrollment numbers, received an encouraging letter from an eighth grader, approved the addition of a COVID emergency response coordinator, received a positive report for good conduct by athletes and coaches at athletic events, and approved resolutions to cover negative Special Education balance at their October 14 monthly meeting. Superintendent…

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Clearfield City Council deals with junk cars, property cleanup

Junk cars, school playground, property cleanup, took up most of the Clearfield City Council monthly meeting on September 16. The council talked about the junk cars on the Tim Hovick property. Hovick was present. Hovick said the city’s attorney, Matt Hanson, had called him and said he needed to attend the council meeting. The council…

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