An organization that helps rural southeast Iowa communities build sewer systems is trying to maintain its current membership.
A lawsuit has been filed in Henry County (IA) over a sewer system in Lee County.
A regional agency that helps rural southeast Iowa communities build and maintain sewer systems is waiting for the go-ahead from the state to do some work in Lee County.
It could cost Lee County more money if another county is allowed to leave a regional organization.
An engineering study for a proposed sewer system in rural Lee County could be completed before the end of the year.
The study will provide construction options and potential costs for people living in and around Mooar/Powdertown.
The results of the study will determine whether the sewer project moves forward.
The Lee County Board of Supervisors plans to review it before meeting with residents.
Fort Madison Main Street is in the market for a new director.