2007 IWCC Special Election Results

                                     December 11, 2007

                                                    PUBLIC MEASURE


“Shall the Iowa Western Community College (Merged Area XIII) in the Counties of Adair, Audubon, Cass, Crawford,
Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie and Shelby, be authorized to acquire sites;
acquire, construct and equip buildings and make major renovations at the Council Bluffs campus locations in the
Merged Area, contract indebtedness therefor, and issue its school bonds in an amount not exceeding $22,000,000
for that purpose?”


Precincts Reporting  5/5    

Ballots Cast 187

  Ballots Cast Yes No Blank  

Absentee Ballots

90/5810 82 8 0 1.5 %

Farragut School District

22/1228 17 4 1 1.8 %

Fremont-Mills School District

31/1578 25 6 0 2.0 %

Hamburg School District

17/1261 10 7 0 1.3 %
Sidney School District 27/1743 21 6 0 1.5 %
Total All Precincts 187/5810 155 31 1 3.2 %

Fremont County Results:

                     155 YES                                          83.33%
                       31 NO                                            16.67%

Area XIII Results:

                  3662 YES                                           85.11%
 NO                                             14.89%

Last Update 12/18/2007 1350 hrs

December 18, 2007:

The Fremont County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, December 18, 2007, in the Fremont County Courthouse Boardroom, with Larson, Whipple, and Hendrickson present. A quorum was declared and the meeting officially called to order at 9:00 a.m. Minutes of the previous board session were read and approved. The agenda was approved as posted.

Let the records show Patricia Rengifo and Rachael Becker joined the meeting.

At 9:00 a.m. the Board canvassed the IWCC Special Election.

At 9:30 a.m. Lona Lewis, Hillary Christianson, Wendy Stenzel, Jason Foster and Terri Moore with Kornerstone Kids Daycare met with the Board requesting an Assured Resolution for Kornerstone Kids Daycare. They have a USDA Loan for the final portion of the project for the money they have not raised; they are expecting this to be around $400,000. Whipple asked if the County Attorney had seen the proposed resolution and Lewis said she had not. Whipple said he would like the County Attorney to look at the resolution before they approve it. Whipple said he was in favor of the project but did not agree with the way the resolution was written. Motion was made by Hendrickson to approve the following Resolution 2007-65. Hendrickson, aye; Whipple, nay; Larson, aye.