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Creston School Board Holds Organization Meeting During Regular Session

During Monday night's school board meeting, the board elected Ron Dunphy as the new President of the board, and Zumbach as the new Vice President.

In addition, the board voted to name Iowa State Savings Bank of Creston and Iowa School Joint Investment Trust as the official depository for the Creston Community School District.


Informational Meetings Set for Special Election in February

The Creston school board has set dates and times for informational meetings/public forums for the Prescott/Creston School consolidation. Superintendent Steve McDermott says he wants to make sure the public has a clear idea of what the consolidation would consist of and wants all of the public's opinion.

The first informational meeting/public forum will be on October 20 - the next time the Creston school board meets. Located at 801 N. Elm in the Board Meeting Room.


More Heavy Rain Through the Area...Union County EMA Gives an Update


Jo Anne Duckworth, Emergency Manager for Union County, talked with Gary Bucklin Wednesday about road closures, damage and more, from the thunderstorms Tuesday night.

Duckworth says any residents or businesses with water damage are encouraged to contact her at 641-782-1622. If there is no answer, leave your name, phone number and street address.

For more information, listen to the interview HERE.


Special Election Held in Creston Tuesday

Creston Schools Superintendent Steve McDermott discussed the elections held Tuesday to approve funding from the Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL). McDermott explains that it funds facilities, equipment, and now - also technology. The funds cannot be used for staff/faculty salaries.

Approximately 5000 residents were eligible to vote, while just over 100 turned out. It was approved 73-22 (77%).

To hear the full interview with McDermott, listen HERE.
















 
 
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