The budget process is completed for the year and the library would like to extend a thank you to both the Johnson County Board of Supervisors and the Solon City Council for their annual contributions to our library. The city and the county each provide approximately half of our annual budget (based on the circulation of our patrons and where they live) and we are very fortunate to have their financial support.
Thanks to the Friends of the Library for another successful book sale
The Solon Public Library has a new display, “Hollywood and Vine,” dedicated to the Hardacre Theater in Tipton, and celebrating all things cinema– the movies, the stars, the festivals and awards, the sound tracks, and of course, the food.
SWISHER– The Swisher American Legion will host Lenten suppers from March 7 until April 11 from 5 until 8 p.m. The Junior Auxiliary will host a concurrent bake sale.
Prices are all one cares to eat fish $11; Shrimp $14; Chicken Strips $7; add on Shrimp $6; Kids six to 12 years $5; under five years eat free. Served with one trip through the salad bar. Carry outs available.
Members of the public are welcome. For more information call 319-857-4687.
IOWA CITY– The Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD) Board of Directors approved the third reading of Appendix 9 to their Capital Projects Planning and Approval Process at their Feb. 11 meeting, where feedback was acted upon and new feedback was received.
“We have begun the transformation of the district and we need a process that works well for us,” said board member Chris Lynch.
Labor Relations Board to investigate claims of unfair labor practices
NORTH LIBERTY– Representatives from South Slope Communications Cooperative and bargaining representatives from the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union are communicating with officials from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to settle complaints of unfair labor practices filed against the company.