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North Liberty Leader

Clippers x-country runs at WaMaC conference meet

Boys finish 5th, girls end 12th

CENTER POINT– Jane Astor’s Clipper Cross-Country teams were in-action Thursday, Oct. 17, at the WaMaC conference meet hosted by Center Point-Urbana (CPU) at the Bob Bowers Athletic Complex.
The Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity boys finished fifth in team points behind winner and conference champion CPU, Vinton-Shellsburg, Mount Vernon-Lisbon and Marion. Jack Murray again led the Clipper effort, bringing home a fifth-place finish in 16:49.

Grass and weeds: How high can you get?

City wants more control over habitual offenders

By Lori Lindner
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY–North Liberty City Council members want to keep things equal on both sides of the fence, at least when it comes to mowing.
The council considered proposed changes to the city’s weed and grass heights ordinance at its meeting last Tuesday, Oct. 8, some of which were rejected by council.
The city administration regularly fields complaints about residents who let their grass and weeds go, and city employees were seeking a way to eliminate sending perennial reminders to repeat offenders.

The suite life for dogs

New boarding, daycare and grooming salon opens in NL

By Lori Lindner
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY– Kristine Bauer has gone to the dogs, and she’s loving every minute of it.
Grooming dogs was something that came naturally to the Cedar Rapids resident, who learned the craft from a friend with a grooming salon in Missouri. But when Bauer’s son graduated from high school and went on to Iowa State University to be part of the wrestling program, Bauer said her pet project became opening a new location where she could add doggie daycare and boarding.

ICCSD board discusses redistricting, phasing plan

Area schools over-crowded, board asks for action

By Eric Hawkinson
North Liberty Leader
IOWA CITY– Members of the Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD) board of education agreed Tuesday night to make haste on plans and discussions for redistricting.
The district, one of the largest in the state, is experiencing growing pains in many of its aging schools and is in the process of creating a course of action for its $250 million facilities plan.
“Southeast [elementary] is bursting at the seams,” board member Jeff McGinnis said.

Free meal, annual event honors Johnson County veterans on Nov. 11

NORTH LIBERTY– The North Liberty American Legion Ladies Auxiliary will again be offering a complimentary dinner to any veteran and one guest on Monday, Nov. 11, at the South Slope Telecommunications Center on Mehaffey Bridge Rd. in North Liberty beginning at 6 p.m.

Run for the Schools torch runs to be held throughout week

IOWA CITY– With the annual Run for the Schools road race set for Sunday, Oct. 20, local schools are getting into the spirit of the event with “torch runs” around the community.
The Run for the Schools is hosted by the Iowa City Road Races and title sponsor MidWestOne Bank to raise money for the Iowa City area public schools and the Regina Catholic Education Center. Students will carry a torch around their school campus or pass the torch from one school to another in relay style. The following schools have set aside time for this activity on the following days:
Thursday, Oct. 17: