• Webster City Civil Service Commission to meet Wednesday.
The task of finding a new Webster City Police and Fire Chief will begin Wednesday afternoon when the local Civil Service Commission meets at City Hall. The commission will look at the hiring process for both positions. Mike Lund will be retiring as fire chief on June 13. Brian Hughes will resign next month as he will become a police chief in suburban Pittsburgh. The commission will discuss the promotional process review and approval for a fire captain. Meeting time is at 4:00 p.m.
• Webster City Parks and Recreation to discuss the plans for a dog park at Sketchley Park next month.
Due to the absence of some board members Thursday afternoon, there was no action taken on the agenda items presented to the Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission. Instead the board met with a group of local residents presenting their plans for a proposed dog park in the community. Sketchley Park on the east end of Webster City is the possible location for it. The group said there are volunteers lined up to get started on the project with obstacle courses and fencing to be built at the site. The Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission will meet at Sketchley Park on May 15 to look over the park area for the proposed dog park site.
• Northeast Hamilton School Board to meet Monday morning.
A special meeting of the Northeast Hamilton Community School Board has been called for Monday morning at 10 in the ICN room of the school in Blairsburg. The board members will consider the proposed form of the whole grade sharing agreement with the Webster City School District. A date for a public hearing on the whole grade sharing agreement with Webster City for grades 7 through 12 for the 2015-16 school year will be set by the board. There will also be the acceptance of resignations from staff plus other matters.
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• Webster City City Council to meet Monday afternoon.