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North Liberty Fire Department releases annual report

The North Liberty Fire Department’s annual report for 2016 is now available. “I am pleased to present this annual report on behalf of the members of the NLFD who unwaveringly serve the residents and visitors of North Liberty, Penn, and Madison Townships,” said Bill Schmooke, the department’s interim chief of the department. ” Being a […]

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City Council agenda for March 28, 2017

AGENDA North Liberty City Council March 28, 2017 Regular Session 6:30 p.m. City Council Chambers Download a PDF of this meeting’s information packet. Call to order Roll call Approval of the Agenda Consent Agenda City Council Minutes, Regular Session, March 14, 2017 City Council Minutes, Special Session, March 16, 2017 Claims February Revenues Liquor License Renewal, […]

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MPOJC Urbanized Area Policy Board agenda for March 29, 2017

MEETING NOTICE MPOJC Urbanized Area Policy Board Wednesday, March 29, 2017 – 4:30 PM City of North Liberty – Council Chambers 1 Quail Creek Circle, North Liberty, IA AGENDA Call to Order Recognize alternates Consider approval of meeting minutes Set next Board meeting date, time and location (May 31, tentatively in Coralville) Public Discussion of […]

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Help keep America — and Muddy Creek — beautiful on April 8, 2017

In observance of Keep America Beautiful Day, Boy Scout Troop 216 and Cub Scout Packs 216 and 275, the North Liberty Tree & Storm Water Advisory Board and the North Liberty Parks Department will lead this clean-up day to remove debris along Big Muddy Creek and the North Liberty Recreation trail. Public involvement, participation and […]

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Sidewalk closure: west side of South Front Street

Beginning mid-morning on Friday, March 10, the western sidewalk on Front Street, from Birch Court to Golfview Drive will be closed so a contractor can install a water main to serve the new water treatment plant at the public works facility. The closure is expected to last three weeks. Drivers are asked to use caution […]

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Library fundraiser to help build Baby’s personal library

It’s all about the bump. North Liberty Community Library invites community members to participate in our first Waddle Walk, April 23 at 1 p.m. This 2K walk is a fundraiser to support the library’s Read to the Bump program, which helps build baby’s personal library before birth by purchasing board books to give to expecting […]

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Library Board of Trustees vacancy

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for one vacancy on the North Liberty Community Library Board of Trustees for a person residing in unincorporated Johnson County to serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2017 and expiring June 30, 2020. While all North Liberty Community Library Board of Trustees members are appointed […]

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Pool schedule effective March 12, 2017

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Police reports for February 2017

Traffic Contacts: 483 Parking Contacts: 40 Vehicle Inspections: 29 Vehicle Unlocks: 23 Crash Investigations: 10 Public Assists: 172 Assist Other Agency: 95 Crimes Against Persons Report: 11 Crimes Against Property Report: 12 Other Reports: 38 Arrests: 38 Warrants: 6 Alcohol/Narcotics Charges: 13 Crimes Against Persons Charges: 6 Crimes Against Property Charges: 3 Other Charges: 27 […]

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Credit and debit card information compromised

The North Liberty Police Department has received reports of potential credit card and debit card fraud and is investigating the possibility that a “skimmer” has been placed at an area business. A skimmer is used to steal card information and is generally placed in ATMs and fuel pumps. Visit Kim Komando’s post about how to […]

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