The Cass County Board of Supervisors have approved a plat for the Walnut Grove Subdivision southwest of Atlantic. The action came during the Board’s meeting earlier this week, in Atlantic. Zoning Administrator Rich Hanson reported during Wednesday’s meeting that the Zoning Commission met October 31st and approved the final plat filed by Jason Wright and others for the property.
In other business, the Supervisors discussed, but took no action on a Resolution for the Division of Land Process as required under Chapter 354 of the Code of Iowa. Earlier in the morning, the Board Wednesday met to canvass the results of the November 8th General Election. The canvass resulted in no changes to those elected to the various County Offices, Commissions, Councils and Township Trustee and/or Clerk positions.
When the Supervisors meet again on Wed., Nov. 21st, they are expected to act on allowing or disallowing Military exemptions and Homestead Credit applications for taxes collectible for Fiscal Year 2013-2014. And, if the paperwork is ready, act on an Ordinance removing parcels from the Amaizing Energy TIF District, as it pertains to the Division of Taxes Levied on Taxable Property in the Amaizing Energy Urban Renewal Area (URA), pursuant to the Code of Iowa. The Board will also act on a contract for Private Development with Fagen Farms, if the contract is ready.