Construction of a new Carroll streets maintenance facility — a project
intended to bring both efficiency and safety — would cost an estimated
$4.3 million, according to a consultant’s report.
Carroll City Council members Monday approved a $5 million concept plan
for a dramatic renovation and expansion of the indoor pool at the
At its regular meeting on Monday, the Carroll County Board of
Supervisors began discussing options to deal with a new federal law
requiring employers to pay overtime wages to any salaried employee
making less than $47,476 per year.
Carroll City Council members Monday night hired OPN Architects, a Des
Moines-based firm a local committee recommended, to study potential for
modernized library services.
In response to a March report from the Iowa Department of Corrections,
the Carroll County Board of Supervisors appointed a five-person Jail
Study Committee on Monday to study and recommend solutions to current
problems at the county jail.
In a special meeting with Carroll County Treasurer Jean Seidl on
Wednesday, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved entering into a
28e agreement with the Iowa Department of Transportation to continue to
provide driver’s license services after Sept. 1.
A modernized public library should be accessible to all economic classes
and ages of people — and be constructed and outfitted to adapt quickly
to changes — Carroll city officials and library advocates told the
architectural firm in charge of developing a concept for an improved
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors voted down a proposal to join
the Iowa Drainage District, which would have cost the county $5,000, but
approved moving ahead with support for the Des Moines Water Works legal
fund with a 4-1 vote.
Carroll City Council members have started talking about new entry signs or features to introduce motorists to Carroll.
Carroll City Council members Monday night authorized the city Public
Works director to negotiate a contract with OPN Architects, the Des
Moines-based firm a local committee recommended for the job of designing
a modern library and repurposing City Hall services in Carroll.
Like a marshal in a dusty Old West village Carroll City officials Monday night issued a lawbreaker an ultimatum.
Leave town in three days. Or else.
OPN Architects, the Des Moines-based firm a local committee recommends
for the job of designing a modern library and repurposing City Hall
services in Carroll, lists deep employee connections to Carroll County.
Three Kuemper Catholic High School and one Carroll High School alum are
professionals with the firm.
A local selection committee has recommended a Des Moines firm, OPN
Architects, for the job of designing an improved library for Carroll and
repurposing the building Commercial Savings Bank plans to donate to the
Gov. Terry Branstad Tuesday proudly told a classroom of Des Moines Area
Community College Carroll campus students that his interest in the
school is something of a family affair.
OPN Architects, a Des Moines-based firm the Carroll City Council hired
in June to study potential for modernized library services, emerged as
the least-cost option of the firms that provided detailed information
under a public information request to the city from The Daily Times
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