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July 29, 2014
  • The city of Decorah is pursuing an urban revitalization plan to help encourage residential construction. 
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  • Oneota Historic Future Alliance (OHFA) is currently selling materials reclaimed from the demolition of the East Side School. 
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  • Council input is needed on costly decisions about health insurance coverage for city employees, according to Decorah City Council member Tade Kerndt. 
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  • On a 4-3 vote Monday night, the Decorah City Council approved a two–year lease renewal of Marc Folkedahl’s parking lot. 
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  • Special week honors water, wastewater workers
    This week is Water and Wastewater Workers of Iowa week, a time set aside for cities and towns to honor those workers for their role in keeping Iowa and the environment safe and healthy. 
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  • A member of the Oneota Historic Future Alliance (OHFA) apologized to the Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors Monday for her organization’s failure to make any progress toward repaying its $9,600 debt to the county for removal of the county caretaker’s house. 
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  • Tara A. Bohr of Ossian was arrested Friday by a Winneshiek County Sheriff’s deputy on an outstanding warrant. 
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  • After some discussion during its meeting last week, the Decorah City Council voted unanimously to make up a shortfall of administrative funding for the city’s Low Rent Housing Agency. 
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  • The Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors has instructed Winneshiek County Attorney Andy Van Der Maaten to file a lawsuit against the Oneota Historic Future Alliance (OHFA). 
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  • The North Winneshiek School Board has hired Martin Gardner Architecture of Marion for $11,956 to evaluate the North Winneshiek school facility. 
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  • A strong May boosted financials at Winneshiek Medical Center just one month away from the close of the fiscal year.  
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  • Co-op purchasing adjacent building for expansion
    The Oneota Community Food Co-op is purchasing the building that adjoins it to the east to meet its growing needs, including a new kitchen classroom. 
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  • The city of Decorah will pay an additional $61,000 for employee health insurance premiums in the upcoming year. 
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  • If someone asks, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) would be willing to conduct a traffic study on Canoe Valley and Middle Hesper roads.  
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  • Another young eagle electrocuted
    The third eaglet hatched at Decorah’s famous nest was electrocuted Tuesday. 
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