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Johnson County Attorney & Supervisor Candidate Forum on Monday May 12, 2014

  Event Summary The Johnson County Task Force on Aging will be hosting a candidate forum for those seeking the Johnson County Attorney and Supervisor positions. Event Details Date: Monday, May 12, 2014 Time: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Coralville Public Library, 1401 5th St. Coralville, IA 52241. [Map] Event Video Click here for video of […]

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Committee mulls future of jail, courthouse

[Source: “Committee mulls future of jail, courthouse,” Press Citizen, 4 September 2013, by Aly Brown] Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee members were not any closer to making a definitive call on the direction of the jail, courthouse and criminal justice services at Wednesday’s meeting. Members rehashed the results from the Johnson County Board of Supervisors’ recent […]

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County Holds Space Needs Public Forums

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors will be holding meetings over the next few weeks to seek out public input regarding court services and law enforcement space needs. Please attend and share what you believe are the pressing needs and practical solutions. Public Input Meeting Schedule Saturday, August 10, 2013, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM […]

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Johnson County Supervisors looking for input on how to improve jail and courthouse

[Source: “Johnson County Supervisors looking for input on how to improve jail and courthouse,” KWWL, 10 August 2013, by Michelle Corless] After referendums to build a new Justice Center in Johnson County failed, county leaders are trying to determine their next step and they’re looking for ideas. In May 2013 and last November, voters turned down […]

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Justice center friends and foes talk project’s future

[Source: “Justice center friends and foes talk project’s future,” Iowa City Press Citizen, 10 August 2013, by Aly Brown] Above: Listening Posts: Johnson County Board of Supervisors Chairperson Janelle Rettig talks about what she hopes will come out of a series of listening posts dedicated to hearing residents’ concerns about future jail and courthouse development. […]

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