Greg Piklapp of Boone has served on the Boone City Council since 2009, having been re-elected in 2013. If elected to the board of supervisors, Piklapp said there are a number of items on which he would like to focus. The first is infrastructure improvements. In the past, the city and county have worked together on road projects, which have allowed the two entities to save money, rather than trying to finance a project separately by themselves. Piklapp said he wants to see more cooperation like this among different entities to complete projects that benefit Boone County.
Another item he would like to stay on top of is water quality. Earlier this year, Boone’s water tested high for nitrate levels. Boone’s water plant provides water not only for Boone, but for the Xenia Rural Water District, as well. Piklapp said it is important to stay on top of any water monitoring regulations before higher powers get involved.
Piklapp can be contacted at any time through Facebook, by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone, 515-432-2560.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR DELEGATES ATTENDING THE 4TH DISTRICT CONVENTION
Location: Ames Middle School
3915 Mortensen Road
Date: April 30, 2016
Registration at 8 a.m.
Convention begins at 9 a.m.
A reception will be held for Kim Weaver after the convention on April 30, so please plan to stay and greet her with checkbook in hand. We need to support our district candidate.
DISTRICT 4 CONVENTION CALL BOOK
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