Lee County Board of Supervisors

Lee County Board Reorganizes

Jan 3, 2013

The New Year brings a new look to the Lee County Board of Supervisors.

Decision Soon on Former FM School

Dec 21, 2012

The Fort Madison School Board could make a decision in January on the future of the district’s former middle school.

Lee County Adopts No Tobacco Policy

Dec 20, 2012

The Lee County Board of Supervisors has added “No Tobacco” language to its personnel policy.

Plan to Divide Fertilizer Money

Dec 14, 2012

The Lee County Board of Supervisors knows how it will divide some future revenue.

Recycling Coming to Rural Lee County

Dec 12, 2012

It could soon be easier for rural Lee County residents to recycle.

Lee County Considers Master Matrix

Dec 8, 2012

Lee County could gain more control over certain agriculture operations.

Building Fundraising Continues

Nov 27, 2012

Two Lee County departments have a ways to go to reach an important fundraising goal.

Lee County Tables Overpass Support

Nov 22, 2012

The Lee County Board of Supervisors wants to be at full strength when it makes what could be seen as a controversial vote.

Update : IFA Approves Bonds

Nov 16, 2012

Iowa Fertilizer Company (IFC) has received some good news from the state in regards to its plan to build a production plant in northern Lee County.

IFC Receives Air Quality Permits

Nov 1, 2012

Iowa Fertilizer Company is a little closer to being able to build a production plant in northern Lee County.

Ron Fedler (D-West Point) says he is running for the District 1 seat on the Lee County Board of Supervisors because he wants to stay involved in local government.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors spent about 90 minutes, Monday night, trying to address concerns about Iowa Fertilizer Company’s proposed plant near Wever.

The success of the panel depends on to whom you talk.

The supervisors spent the first 30 minutes addressing questions submitted about two weeks ago by a group of residents.

Supervisor Gary Folluo says the board did the best it could to provide solid answers.

He says there were some questions, though, that the board simply could not answer because the answers lie with Iowa Fertilizer Company.

Matt Pflug says there are several reasons he entered the race for the District 5 seat on the Lee County Board of Supervisors.

Mike O'Connor (R-Keokuk) says he entered the race for the District 5 seat on the Lee County Board of Supervisors because of the recent consolidation of four county offices.

Lee County is moving ahead with plans for a roughly $500,000 expansion of its jail.

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