Lee County Board of Supervisors

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Lee County Supervisor Don Hunold's presentation Tuesday morning to the rest of the board was short and sweet. He gave each member two pieces of paper and then spoke for just a few minutes on a topic that has garnered hours upon hours of discussion in recent years.

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Chairman Ron Fedler used this week's Lee County Board of Supervisors meeting to deliver the message to county residents that the Board is not responsible for every decision in county government.

The three members of the Lee County Board of Supervisors accused by several citizens of violating Iowa's open meetings law do not want the case to be heard in Keokuk.  They also feel the case should not be heard by a jury.

A former Lee County employee will have his day in court... again.

The Iowa Court of Appeals will weigh in on a "whistleblower" case out of Lee County in December.

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Not many people regularly attend the weekly meetings of the Lee County Board of Supervisors, so it seemed fitting that the board recognized the passing of one during a recent meeting.

Lee County Economic Development Group

The Lee County Economic Development Group is preparing for the future with some help from local businesses.

The committee looking into whether Lee County should have one county seat or two is ready to make its recommendation.

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It appears Lee County won’t make any changes along a heavily traveled road.

Chris Greenwald says he is confident that he is the type of change that Lee County government needs right now.

Incumbent Rick Larkin says this is not the time to shake things up on the Lee County Board of Supervisors.

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Lee County wants to make sure it follows all rules and regulations in making a contribution to Keokuk Area Hospital.

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Lee County has changed its mind about giving money to Keokuk Area Hospital.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors will wait until next week to decide whether to make a hefty contribution to an economic development project.

Chairman Ernie Schiller wants to remain on the Lee County Board of Supervisors for four more years.

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