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Wright County Supervisors set next Monday for the first reading on a flood plaid management ordinance.
Posted: Jan 15 2013 by ppowers

 At their meeting Monday morning, the Wright County Board of Supervisors reviewed the Wright County Flood Plain Management Ordinance. The first reading of this ordinance will be held at the next board meeting on Monday,January 21st at 10:00 a.m. The ordinance outlines the flood plain areas in Wright County and allows eligible residents to purchase flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program. 

Connie Harris represented the Domestic Sexual Assault Outreach Center of Fort Dodge met with the Supervisors requesting $7,000 from the board to continue with their services next fiscal year. Harris presented a summary of its activities in Wright County over the past year serving those who were affected by domestic and sexual violence.

The board also went on to approve the depository for the Wright County Sheriff's up to $150,000 with First Citizen's National Bank.

 At their meeting Monday morning, the Wright County Board of Supervisors reviewed the Wright County Flood Plain Management Ordinance. The first reading of this ordinance will be held at the next board meeting on Monday,January 21st at 10:00 a.m. The ordinance outlines the flood plain areas in Wright County and allows eligible residents to purchase flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program. 

Connie Harris represented the Domestic Sexual Assault Outreach Center of Fort Dodge met with the Supervisors requesting $7,000 from the board to continue with their services next fiscal year. Harris presented a summary of its activities in Wright County over the past year serving those who were affected by domestic and sexual violence.

The board also went on to approve the depository for the Wright County Sheriff's up to $150,000 with First Citizen's National Bank.

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