Author Archives: Angela Nelson

Hancock County Supervisors consider easement, self-funding of insurance & road resolution

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a brief agenda beginning with consideration of a sanitary sewer easement in section 11 of Madison Township.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach tells about the proposed easement. The Hancock County Supervisors signed the letter of intent for the easement.  The goal of the project is

Hancock County Supervisors discuss annexation, job postings & vacation of road

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a busy agenda, beginning with consideration of a resolution to annex the Britt Golf Course to the City of Britt.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach explains.  The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met with Jennifer Andrade of Iowa Workforce Development in regards to job postings

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Hancock County Supervisors withdraw from Iowa Governmental Health Care Plan

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met Monday in adjourned session with a busy agenda beginning with a resolution to withdraw from the Iowa Governmental Health and Benefits Program.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach explains. For an additional $1,800, the Supervisors retained the previously utilized EBS Group to finish off the last few months of self funded

Hancock Courthouse

Hancock County Supervisors Consider Motor Grader, Road Embargo, and Railroad Crossbars

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met Monday in adjourned session with a brief agenda consisting of just a few items to consider.  The board reviewed quotes for a new secondary road motor grader.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach tells about the quotes and what was decided. The Hancock County Board of Supervisors also considered the annual

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Forest City High Speech Night: Monday, March 2

Forest City High School speech groups that received a division 1 rating at State Large Group competition will perform in front of their hometown audience at 6:30pm Monday, March 2nd in the high school gymnasium.  Fifteen groups will be performing, according to Forest City High School speech coach Scott Bertelsen. Audience members can come and

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