Despite a relatively short agenda, it was a fairly long meeting for the Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Dec. 28 when they wrangled on how to address Emmet County Compensation Board recommendations for elected officials’ raises.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors hacked through a long agenda of mainly boilerplate items to finish their first meeting of the year within an hour Monday, Jan. 3. The meeting was held the first business day of the year, rather than the usual Tuesday.
No stone was left unturned in a flurry of search warrants filed by Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens to find evidence to support a multi-year investigation the led to February 2021 charges against five former City of Armstrong employees.
The Armstrong City Council at their Monday, Jan. 3 meeting held a public hearing and approved third reading of an ordinance that changes the council meeting date to the second Tuesday of the month.
Lisa and Tom of rural Armstrong with their draft horses Miller and Jake.
What sort of animal could pull a wagon loaded with 14 people as though it were nothing? Well, actually draft horses – a pair of them.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Dec. 7 meeting discussed a letter it intends to send to the Iowa Public Utility Board regarding two proposed pipelines in Emmet County and a related county resolution regulating pipelines constructed in the county.
Lisa and Tom of rural Armstrong with their draft horses Miller and Jake.

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