Bill Trickey Closes Out Long Career with CCDC

After more than 18-years with the Clarke County Development Corporation, Bill Trickey is bidding farewell. His tenure saw an impressive collection of development successes including additions and improvements to local trail systems, new workforce housing, stronger connections with schools, students, and manufacturers as well as building and planning for the future of the region.
Click through to the latest feature to read more about Trickey’s time with the CCDC as well as his plans after …

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Osceola Water Works – Breaking Down Your Osceola Utility Bill

After recent conversations the team at Osceola Water Works had some of their customers, there was the realization that there is still some confusion on the breakout of the utility bill they administer. While the bill customers receive includes fees for Water, Sewage, and Garbage, rates and management for the water portion is the sole responsibility of the Osceola Water Works. Any other utility rates and/or service management fees are controlled through the City of Osceola.
To help, they’ve provided a more detailed breakout with additional information on the Osceola utility bill…

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Home Repair Grant Opportunities Available for Clarke County Residents

SICOG shared a wonderful opportunity that could impact homeowners across Clarke County. The Iowa Finance Authority’s Home Repair Pilot Program is offering grants for homeowners who may be struggling to keep their homes up due to income disparity or disability. With grant sums up to $35,000, this could be a real game changer for many of our neighbors.
Click through to the latest feature to read more about the grant program and download eligibility information…

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A Positive Conservation Outlook, as Data Shows Lake Levels Holding Steady

Osceola Water Works and City Officials are sharing a positive outlook at trending lake levels in Osceola’s West Lake. With seasonal usage down and steady conservation commitment from the community and local businesses, engineering data, physical water level measurements in West Lake and more show levels stabilizing.
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