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Commissions seat open for volunteer appointment

Three of the city’s appointed boards have openings, and volunteers are needed to help lead and advise on those commissions. Applications are due Feb. 16, 2018. Applications are available online at northlibertyiowa.org or at City Hall, 3 Quail Creek Circle. Completed applications can be mailed to City Hall; c/o City Clerk; P.O. Box 77; North Liberty, IA […]

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Clear Creek Watershed Coalition invites homeowners to learn more about its cost-sharing program

Clear Creek Watershed Coalition will be hosting two landowner meeting opportunities to learn about the Iowa Watershed Approach and sign up for technical assistance for conservation best management practice installation. Land from approximately Penn Street south and Jones Boulevard west drains into Clear Creek, and landowners are encouraged to attend to learn about eligible conservation practices, […]

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Library offers presentation of the history of civil rights in Iowa and the United States

Join the North Liberty Community Library at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 25 for a presentation on the History of Civil Rights in Iowa and the U.S. by the African American Museum of Iowa. Civil rights and civil liberties are something that the African American community spent hundreds of years fighting towards. Before much of today’s […]

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Warm temperatures close Penn Meadows Ice Rink

Due to warm temperatures, Penn Meadows Ice Rink is closed Friday, Jan. 19, through at least Sunday, Jan. 21. This post will be updated when the ice has completely refrozen for safe skating.

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Police seek assistance identifying car burglary suspect

North Liberty police officers are asking the public to help identify a suspect in a car burglary investigation. Those with information can contact the NLPD investigators at (319) 626-5724 or the Iowa City Area Crimestoppers at (319) 358-8477. Crimestoppers offers a reward of up to $1000 for tips leading to an arrest.

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Audit for fiscal year 2017 complete

Winkel, Parker & Foster, CPA PC today released an audit report on the City of North Liberty, Iowa, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. The city’s receipts totaled $29,980,354, an 11.8 percent increase from 2016. The receipts included: $8,986,095 in property tax and commercial/industrial tax replacement $4,389,642 in tax increment financing revenues $11,123,529 from charges […]

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Join a commission and help set the direction of the city

Two appointed boards have openings, and volunteers are needed to help lead and advise on those commissions. Applications are due Jan. 31, 2018 Applications are available online at northlibertyiowa.org or at City Hall, 3 Quail Creek Circle. Completed applications can be mailed to City Hall; c/o City Clerk; P.O. Box 77; North Liberty, IA 52317; […]

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Road Closure: Intersection of Walnut and Front streets

Update: weather will delay this work. It has been rescheduled for Jan. 18 and 19. Weather depending, the intersection of Walnut and Front streets will be closed on Jan. 15 and 16 Jan. 18 and 19, 2018. The closure is necessary to a contractor can remove two large trees. The closures will only last during […]

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East Central Iowa Council of Governments board of directors citizen representative sought

The Metropolitan Planning Organization of Johnson County is seeking a representative to participate on the East Central Iowa Council of Governments Board of Directors. ECICOG is an intergovernmental council established in 1973 and is governed by a board of directors comprised of elected officials and private citizens. The appointment is for one year. The duty of […]

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Work at Abigail Avenue and Front Street will reduce lanes today

Due to a water main break, Maxwell Construction will be performing emergency work at the intersection of Abigail Avenue and Front Street, near Van Allen Elementary. No customers will be affected by this outage. Crews will attempt to keep two lanes of traffic open through the work, but drivers should seek alternate routes if possible. […]

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