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 • Report from Iowa Architectural Foundation on ideas for downtown Webster City to be presented at Monday's city council meeting.

 A report from the Iowa Architectural Foundation on their findings and ideas for downtown Webster City will be one of the agenda highlights at Monday's Webster City City Council meeting. A group of foundation members held a charette or a study on designing the downtown. The findings will be a part of their presentation. The council will also have the second reading on the addition of a stop sign on Fairmeadow Drive and adding a no parking zone on Lewis Drive. A request from the Line Supervisor to purchase material for the substation relay project will be considered. A resolution for two separate wastewater services agreements effective May 1,2017 between the city of Webster City and Iowa's First,Incorporated doing business as Vero Blue Farms in connection with the company's use as a customer of the sewage system at 1700 Second Street and at 207 Commerce Drive. Youth and Family Center of Hamilton County director Jane Adams. The council will meet in a closed session at the start of the meeting to discuss the purchase of particular real estat in the city. The Webster City City Council meeting begins at 5:30 Monday with the meeting to be telecast live on Cable Channel 12. Repeat telecasts of the meeting will be aired at 7 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings.

 • Wright County Supervisors to meet Monday morning.

 Another meeting for the Wright County Board of Supervisors will be Monday morning at 9:00 in the supervisors office in Clairon. The agenda include the review and take action on bid results on a road project and proceed to sign a contract for it. Wright County Economic Development Director Bryce Davis will meet with the supervisors on the review of the Urban Renewal Joint Agreement between Wright County and the city of Eagle Grove and approve an Economic Development Assistance contract.There will be a public hearing on the Drainage District 208 engineer's report at 10:00 a.m. The board will discuss and take action on the Wright County courtroom renovation project plus other matters.

 • Warm and dry weather in November for Webster City.

 Above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation can summarize the weather for Webster City during November. The average high for the past month was at 56 degrees and the average low was 31. Normal high for November is at 37 degrees. The warmest day in Webster City was 74 degrees on November 5 with the lowest temperature set on November 20 with a low of 14. There were two days in November that brought record high temperatures to Webster City. 73 degrees was set on November 4 breaking the old record of 72 on November 4,2008. The temperature of 74 on November 5 broke the record set on November 5,1945 when the temperature was 73 degrees. As for precipitation, we ended November with only 1.51 inches of rainfall. Normal precipitation for November is 1.71 inches of rain or moisture content and 2.5 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service outlook for Iowa for December is calling for equal chances for temperatures and near normal precipitation. Last December, the average high in Webster City was 38 degrees and the average low was 24. We measured 13 and a half inches of snow last December with 5.84 inches of it in moisture content or rain.KQWC Radio is the official observer for the National Weather Service in Webster City.

 • Boone County authorities summoned to Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
 • Webster City Park and Recreation Commission to meet Thursday afternoon

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