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UERPC March Newsletter

Posted: Mon, March 17, 2014
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • Upcoming Rules for Federal Contractors
  • Employee Spotlight-Fern Rissman
  • Gender Balance on Boards and Commissions in Iowa
  • IowaWorks Did you Know
  • Great Give Day
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Great Give Day

Posted: Wed, March 5, 2014
The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque and affiliate foundations in Allamakee and Clayton counties are excited to announce Great Give Day, a 24-hour, online giving event designed to recognize and support the positive work of local nonprofits in Northeast Iowa!

On Tuesday, May 6, 2014, every gift made at GreatGiveDay.org between 12 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. will go directly to nonprofits and will be amplified by local and national match dollars. The goal is to help nonprofits attract new donors and build online fundraising capabilities to support long-term success.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Organizations: Nonprofit organizations throughout Northeast Iowa that hold endowment funds at the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque (CFGD) are eligible to participate in Great Give Day.

Donors: Every community member is a potential donor for Great Give Day. Individuals can make online donations to any participating nonprofit with a minimum donation of $10.

Visit the website to register your organization and complete your profile no later than April 4, 2014. And then complete, sign and return the Great Give Day Nonprofit Partner Participation Agreement found at greatgiveday.org. Engage your donors through advertising, social media and marketing.

Visit greatgiveday.org for more information.
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UERPC February Newsletter

Posted: Mon, February 17, 2014
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • New SRF Requirement
  • Employee Spotlight-Becky Zieman
  • Need A Plan?
  • IowaWorks Did you Know?
  • 2014 Introduction to Planning and Zoning Workshops
  • Upcoming Training
  • UERPC Wellness Initiative
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President's Day Closure

Posted: Thu, February 13, 2014
All UERPC offices will be closed on Monday, February 17th in celebration of President's Day. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
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UERPC January Newsletter

Posted: Mon, January 20, 2014
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • Upcoming Training
  • Employee Spotlight-Chelsea Welsh
  • FEMA Changes
  • IowaWorks Did You Know....
  • Local Projects Awarded Statewide TAP Funds
  • 2014 Bike Rack Challenge
  • Long Range Transportation Plan Available for Public Review and Comment
  • New Additions!
  • Transportation Alternatives Project (TAP) Applications due 2/28/14
  • UERPC Housing, Inc. audit complete
  • UERPC Hosts a Discussion with Legislators
  • Surface Transportation Project (STP) Applications due 2/28/14
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Youth Advisory Council Agenda

Posted: Mon, January 13, 2014
AGENDA
Youth Advisory Council (YAC)
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Conference Call

Call Information:
Dial:  1-866-685-1580
Code:  0009990556#

1)    Call to Order

2)    Roll Call

3)    Approval of October 22,2013 minutes (attached) -Danielle

4)    WIA Report
a.    PY 12 Performance (attached) -Fern/Ron
b.    Iowa Works Reports (attached) Fern/Ron
5)    Grant proposal  - Youth Career Connect Grant  (Summary)- Sue Stork

6)    Next Meeting Proposed Date -   Next Meeting - April 15, 2014
a.    2014 Meeting Schedule -
July 15, 2014
October 21, 2014
7)    Adjournment

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Region I RWIB/CEO Board Meeting

Posted: Mon, January 13, 2014
REGION I RWIB/CEO BOARD MEETING

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

 "Workforce Partners - Helping Iowa Work"
 
MEETING AGENDA (video conference & conference call)

In Person Video Conference Call - You may attend at either site
- Dubuque Site: Town Clock Center-Dubuque: Board Room#104
- Waukon Site: Waukon: ICN room #112

OR

Call in Information:
- All Participants dial: 1-866-685-1580
- Conference code: 0009991840#

CALL TO ORDER
1.    Welcome - Sally Falb, Chair
2.    Roll Call/ Call for Quorum - Sharon Nesteby
3.    Oath of Office of Ann Hart - Ron Koppes/Sally Falb
(Notary Present - Sue Severson in Waukon)

BOARD DISCUSSION AND ACTION
4.    Consider Approval of Agenda - Sally
5.    Approval of RWIB/CEO minutes of Oct. 22, 2013 -     Sally
6.    Approval of CSP Modification- Fern/Ron
7.    Approval of Certified Training Provider - Fern     
a.    NICC - Class C Commercial Driver's License CDL
PRESENTATION
8.    Youth Career Connect Grant - Sue Stork, NICC
a.    Letter of Support - RWIB Chair-Sally
BOARD REPORTS
9.    RIWB Chair Update - Sally
10.    State Liaison Update - Ted Harms
11.    IowaWORKS Reports - Fern, Ron & Marla
12.    Legislative Update - Ron

FLOOR ITEMS/CLOSURE
13.    Next Meeting - April 15, 2014
a.    2014 Meeting Schedule -
July 15, 2014
October 21, 2014
14.    Adjournment

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UERPC Board Meeting Agenda

Posted: Wed, January 8, 2014

UPPER EXPLORERLAND REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION BOARD MEETING
UERPC CONFERENCE ROOM, 134 WEST GREENE STREET, POSTVILLE, IA
January 30, 2014; 3:00 P.M.
MEETING AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER
1. Welcome - Randy
2. Roll Call/ Call for Quorum - Diana
3. Approval of Agenda

PRESENTATION
Don Snitker - Fiscal Year 2013 Audit

BOARD ACTION
1. Consider approval of Nomination Committee recommendations/slate of officers- Randy/Bill/Leon
2. Consider approval of check signatories - Lisa Lensing
3. Consider approval of UERPC Board Minutes from October 17, 2013
4. Consider approval of Quarterly Disbursements - Lisa Lensing
5. Consider approval FY'15 Cost Allocation - Lisa Lensing
6. Consider approval of Treasurer's Reports - Lisa Lensing/Sue Severson
7. Executive Board Meeting Report - Randy Uhl
8. Consider approval of addition to the personal policy for wellness - Rachelle/committee

BOARD INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION; STATUS REPORTS
9. UERPC Board Seat Appointments - Rachelle Howe
10. Board forms - conflict of interest policy and membership agreement- Rachelle Howe
11. Litigation Update - Randy Uhl
12. Executive Director's Report/Update - Rachelle Howe
13. Floor Items

CLOSURE
14. Next Meeting - April 17, 2014 (or as called by Chair)
15. Adjournment
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2014 Bike Rack Challenge

Posted: Wed, December 18, 2013
The "2014 Bike Rack Challenge" will take place January 2014 - May 2014 and challenges Northeast Iowa Industrial Tech students to construct a bike rack for their school or a local business, library or park. Students will have a chance to win welding gear…including a BRAND NEW WELDING HELMET! Click below for more information. See if your school district is signed up by contacting Ashley Christensen, Regional Safe Routes to School Liaison, at achristensen@uerpc.org or 563-382-6171.

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UERPC December Newsletter

Posted: Mon, December 16, 2013
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • Christmas Giving....UERPC Style
  • Employee Spotlight, Mary Rosonke
  • Iowa Landlords Encouraged to List Rental Properties on New Website
  • Discuss Legislative Priorities
  • 0% Interest Economic Development Loan Funds Available
  • Increased Deer Movement Means Extra Caution Needed on Iowa Roadways
  • IowaWorks Did You Know......
  • Iowa Finance Authority Awards more than $7.5 million to Local Housing Trust Funds
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Snow and Bitterly Cold Weather Could Combine for Tricky Driving This Weekend

Posted: Fri, December 6, 2013
Although the forecast only calls for a few inches of snow over most of Iowa this weekend, motorists haven't had a lot of practice this year driving in winter weather, and frigid temperatures could make becoming stranded in a vehicle very dangerous. The Iowa Department of Transportation's snow plows will be out spreading anti-icing chemicals and clearing roads where necessary. Motorists should use extra caution and follow these tips to drive more safely during winter weather.

Know before you go. If your trip cannot be postponed until the weather improves, log on to discover all the ways in which you can receive 24/7 Iowa travel information at http://511ia.org/.

Use your vehicle's safety equipment. Make sure you and your passengers are wearing their seatbelts or are in a child safety seat. Your vehicle's headlights are a valuable asset when driving in winter weather. Turn them on to see and be seen.

Fill your vehicle's gas tank. Before traveling in winter weather, always keep your vehicle's gas tank nearly full and make sure your vehicle is in good mechanical condition.

Never use cruise control during winter weather. Your vehicle's cruise control sensors may not work properly if the tires are traveling on packed snow or ice. This can cause your vehicle to increase its speed, placing you at greater risk of getting involved in a crash.

Keep a winter survival kit in your vehicle. This kit should contain items to help sustain your life and the lives of your passengers should your vehicle become stranded. These items can include: booster cables, candles and matches, a flashlight with fresh batteries, extra blankets and warm clothes, nonperishable food items, a can for melting water, and a snow shovel. Sufficient supplies should be in the kit for all persons traveling in the vehicle. Carrying a mobile phone in your vehicle is also advised for use during an emergency.

Use caution when approaching or following a snowplow. Snowplows generally operate at much slower speeds than other traffic. Snowplows can be forced sideways when clearing hard-packed drifts and generate a "snow cloud" that may impair the vision of drivers in nearby vehicles. Remain a safe distance behind the snowplow, pass only when clear; and never continue to drive alongside a plow. Allow plenty of space when passing the snowplow because the wing of the plow blade extends out to the side of the truck. Do not cut back into the lane of traffic too closely in front of a snowplow truck because the blade also extends in front of the truck. Remember the slogans, "Ice and Snow …Take It Slow" and "Don't crowd the plow."
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A UERPC Christmas Greeting.......

Posted: Wed, December 4, 2013
As the year ends, we think about all we are grateful for. Our partnership with you is one thing we treasure. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. We wish you a Merry Christmas and much success in the new year.  Please enjoy our video below......

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Iowa Law Changes Coming Jan. 1 for Iowa's Teen Drivers

Posted: Wed, December 4, 2013
Motor vehicle crashes kill more teenagers than anything else. With parents' help, two changes to Iowa's graduated driver's license system taking effect Jan. 1, 2014, are tools that can be used to keep kids safe behind the wheel and work to save their lives.

Longer instruction time behind the wheel: Statistics show that increased supervised experience behind the wheel helps young drivers develop safer driving habits. The first change in the Iowa law increases the time a young driver is required to carry an instruction permit to 12 months, up from the current six months, before they can apply for an intermediate license. The new law gives drivers twice the amount of time behind the wheel to learn from an experienced driver. It also allows for that driving practice to take place across all driving conditions and seasons. This law goes into effect for all young drivers applying for an intermediate license after Jan. 1, 2014.

Reduced distractions: We all want our kids to have friends, but piling those friends in the car with your 16-year-old driver is a recipe for disaster. Data proves that the first six months of driving without an adult is the most dangerous for teen drivers. To reduce the risk an unsupervised young driver with an intermediate license will be limited to one unrelated minor passenger during the first six months that child has a license. (A child driving with adult supervision is not subject to this limit.) Parents can waive this restriction, but only at the time the intermediate license is issued. This will apply to all intermediate licenses issued after Jan. 1, 2014.
 
The new law also limits a young driver with a minor school license to one unrelated minor passenger when driving without adult supervision. Unlike the intermediate license restriction, this restriction applies as long as the young driver holds a minor school license. This part of the law also becomes effective Jan. 1, 2014, and applies to all persons holding a minor school license, even if the license was issued before Jan. 1, 2014.
 
An unrelated minor child is defined as someone that is not your brother or sister, step-brother or sister, or a child living in your household. The definition of adult supervisor as it relates to this mandate means your parent, guardian, or custodian; an immediate family member at least 21 years of age, a driver education instructor, or a person at least 25 years old with written permission from your parent, guardian, or custodian. They must sit in the front passenger seat while you are driving.
 
These changes to Iowa's driver's license system are designed to keep us all safer and contribute to the overall goal of zero fatalities on Iowa's highways.
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USDA Announces Additional Support to Help Schools Buy Local

Posted: Wed, November 20, 2013
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack yesterday announced grants for 71 projects spanning 42 states and the District of Columbia that support the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) efforts to connect school cafeterias with local farmers and ranchers through its Farm to School Program. A partnership between the Northeast Iowa Food and Fitness Initiative (NIFF) and Upper Explorerland Regional Planning Commission (UERPC) were lucky to be one of the recipients.

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UERPC November Newsletter

Posted: Mon, November 18, 2013
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • UERPC Board Attend Training
  • Employee Spotlight-Ashley Christianson
  • IowaWORKS Did You Know....
  • RPA1 Stakeholders Addressed DOT Commissioners on October 8th
  • "Fall" into Healthy Habits
  • Business Workforce Alliance Luncheon
  • Winter and the Novice Driver-Team Up with your Teen For Safe Driving
  • Quarantine of Firewood
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Health Care Reform Events

Posted: Wed, November 13, 2013
Below is information on a meeting which will be held in Elkader this Saturday at 10 am regarding healthcare reform.  If you can't make this meeting but would like to attend another, below is a link to a calendar with more meetings and dates throughout Iowa, as well as webinar information.  Please forward to those you think in your communities will benefit.
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Increased Deer Movement Means Extra Caution Needed on Iowa Roadways

Posted: Mon, November 4, 2013
This time of year it is not uncommon to see deer running beside Iowa's highways. Field and Stream.com (http://www.fieldandstream.com/rut-report) shows deer in many parts of Iowa are currently in the "seeking and chasing" phase of the annual rut. That means more animals on the move and more danger to motorists, especially at dusk and dawn when it is more difficult to see animals along the roadsides.

There is little a driver can do about deer movement, but to reach the goal of zero fatalities on Iowa highways drivers need to be more aware of deer habits to reduce the risk of coming in contact with deer. As of Oct. 15, Iowa Department of Transportation data shows, 3,279 drivers reported collisions with deer so far in 2013. These crashes resulted in four motorist deaths and an estimated 172 injuries. Since 2003, 70 people have died in Iowa as a result of motor vehicle crashes involving animals. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, each year nearly 200 fatalities nationwide are caused by deer-vehicle collisions.

If a deer runs into the path of your vehicle, not veering to avoid the animal greatly increases the chances of maintaining control of your vehicle. Most deer crash injuries and deaths result when drivers attempt to avoid the animal. This action often results in drivers losing control and colliding with other vehicles or running off the road.

When a deer is in the path of your vehicle, the driver of a vehicle (other than a motorcycle) should:
  • Brake firmly.
  • Steer to maintain control.
  • Stop safely within the lane or along the shoulder of the highway.
  • Use a safety belt to reduce the chance of personal injury.
The following motor vehicle driver tips will reduce the risk of deer crashes.
  • Slow down when you see a deer warning sign - pay greater attention.
  • Be especially careful driving at dawn and dusk.
  • Remember deer rutting season occurs in November and December, and deer are more mobile and less cautious.
  • Deer are more mobile during harvest and the hunting season.
  • Be most alert for the presence of deer at locations where three factors converge:
  • Food (corn fields or recently harvested corn fields).
  • Shelter (woods).
  • Water (streams, culverts and river crossings).
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For Immediate Release: Iowa Finance Authority Awards HOME Funds to UERPC for: Postville and West Union!

Posted: Fri, October 25, 2013

Upper Explorerland RPC is excited to announce that they are the recipients of HOME funds through Iowa Finance Authority. These funds will be used to assist 10 First Time Homebuyers with down payment and rehabilitation assistance in the Cities of Postville and West Union. The award of the HOME funds was matched with a local commitment from each of the cities.

Upper Explorerland RPC realizes first time homebuyers must make sacrifices to save enough for a down payment on a home, but for some it seems impossible to be able to find the funding to close on the desired home. With the award of the HOME funds homebuyers may receive up to $24,999 in assistance for rehabilitation and down payment assistance. The home must meet Iowa's Minimum Housing Standards upon completion. This program is an affordable way for homebuyers to realize their dream of homeownership. Assistance is in the form of a 10 year receding forgivable loan.

Applicant must be able to obtain financing in the form of a 15 year fully amortized, fixed-rate mortgage. No adjustable rate or balloon payments will be allowed. Homebuyer education classes are required please call 563-864-7551, ext. 111 to sign up.

Applications will be accepted beginning October 30, 2013.

If you are interested and meet the qualifications outlined above we would like to hear from you. Applications can be picked up at the City Halls in each of the above communities or by calling Upper Explorerland RPC, at 563-864-7551 ext. 111 or 101. TTY users call 1-800-735-2942. Relay call 7-1-1.

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Iowa DOT kicks off new statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Long-Range Plan

Posted: Fri, October 25, 2013

AMES, Iowa -Oct. 24, 2013 - The Iowa Department of Transportation is seeking public input into the development of a new statewide plan for bicycle and pedestrian transportation at six public input meetings and online. The Iowa DOT is committed to expanding opportunities and further improving conditions for bicycling and walking across the state. The new Bicycle and Pedestrian Long-Range Plan is a major step forward for this effort.


This plan will build upon the Iowa DOT's long-range strategy for multimodal transportation over the next three decades, Iowa in Motion -Planning Ahead 2040.The Bicycle and Pedestrian Long-Range Plan has three key objectives:


  • Align with national best practices, including the federal transportation funding bill called Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) and national guidelines for trail development.


  • Develop a list of priorities to expand the trails system between and within cities.


  • Help state and local agencies to put the plan in place by providing tools for funding and design.


Upon its completion, this plan will serve as the primary guide for statewide decision-making regarding bicycle and pedestrian programs and facilities,including sidewalks, trails, bike lanes, paved shoulders, and other trail elements. It will also help achieve a better level of statewide coordination and continuity for all levels of bicycle and pedestrian mobility through regional, county, and city plans and programs.

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Staying Safe this Halloween

Posted: Fri, October 25, 2013
Halloween is one of the most dangerous days for pedestrians. Check out these Trick or Treating safety tips from the Cleveland Clinic, and have a spooktacular (and safe!) night!
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UERPC October Newsletter

Posted: Mon, October 21, 2013
Some of the headlines you can read about:
  • White House Rural Council Hosts Forum on Regional Innovation
  • Employee Spotlight-Sarah Snitker
  • Audit Complete
  • Municipal Leadership Academy 2013-2014
  • Walk Your Heart Out
  • Safe Routes to School 2012-2013 Annual Report Now Available
  • IowaWorks-Did You Know?
  • Needs Assessment
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Youth Advisory Council Agenda 10/22/13

Posted: Tue, October 15, 2013
Please see below notice for more information.
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Region I RWIB/CEO Board Meeting Agenda 10/22/13

Posted: Tue, October 15, 2013
Please see below notice for more information.
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Municipal Leadership Academy 2013-2014

Posted: Mon, October 7, 2013
Both newly elected and experienced mayors, council members, city clerks and city administrators will benefit from attending the Municipal Leadership Academy.  The Municipal Leadership Academy provides municipal officials with a curriculum to assist them in effectively meeting the requirements of their office. The program offers a comprehensive overview of Iowa municipal government and is presented by the Iowa League of Cities, Institute of Public Affairs and Iowa State University Extension.

Topics covered during the series include:
  •     city finance and budgeting
  •     meeting procedures
  •     municipal law
  •     economic development
  •     ethics and fraud prevention
  •     nuisance abatement
  •     employment and personnel issues
  •     land use and zoning

Attending the Municipal Leadership Academy is one of the first steps a new city official should take toward success in public office. From open meetings to city finances, these sessions are designed to quickly bring new officials up to speed on municipal issues. Current elected or appointed city officials will also find incredible value in the up-to-date information on municipal operations and networking opportunities the sessions offer.

For more information or to sign up online, click here: https://www.iowaleague.org/MLA2013/Pages/MLA2013.aspx
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Be a "Walk Star" October 9th by Joining International Walk to School Day

Posted: Wed, October 2, 2013
Be a "walk star" by participating in International Walk to School Day Wednesday, Oct. 9. This fun, healthy, no-cost event encourages everyone - students, parents, teachers, community members, and organizations - to get out on sidewalks and trails. Participating with school children emphasizes the importance of increasing physical activity, teaching pedestrian safety, showing concern for the environment, reducing traffic congestion; and building connections between families, schools, and communities.
 
This year's International Walk to School Dayis expected to draw participation from more than 4,000 schools from all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico.Walkers will unite with children and adults in 40 countries around the world.
 
This event is an opportunity for families with children who typically ride a school bus, but live in areas with bike-friendly paths to school, to try walking and bicycling to school. If students still need to ride a bus, many schools participate by arranging for school buses to drop off students at a nearby park or other safe location to finish the trip on foot. The drop-off option can also be used for students who are usually driven to school in private automobiles.
 
To get involved, register for the event at www.walkbiketoschool.org. The site includes a variety of useful information for parents and participating schools. Data collected from registrations will be used to make future programs stronger.
 
International Walk to School Day also encourages parents and community members to help schools conduct a walkability assessment of their neighborhoods. The Iowa Department of Public Health, through its Iowans Fit for Life Program, has developed a walkability checklist to help walkers assess what makes the walking environment inviting and safe, as well as identify existing barriers. After the assessment, school staff can help students become advocates for a more walkable community. The walkability assessment is available at www.idph.state.ia.us/iowansfitforlife/common/pdf/access_your_community.pdf
 
To encourage participation in Walk to School Day, the Iowa Department of Transportation has free materials available, including "I'm a walk star" stickers, erasers, and zipper pulls; and "Walk to School" pencils and sneaker stickers. To order any of these items, contact the Iowa Bicycle Coalition at alana@iowabicyclecoalition.org.
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Check out these upcoming events in and around Riceville on May 5th!

Posted: Thu, April 26, 2018

Check out these events happening in and around Riceville on May 5th!

1)  IronHorse Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K Race - first USTAF Certified and Sanctioned race of its kind in our area and it is being run nearly exclusively on the Wapsi-Great Western Line (WGWL) Trail - Iowa's first interstate connecting trail with Minnesota. 

2) WGWL Trail's Southern Branch Grand Opening with five Celebration Stations to enjoy as enthusiasts traverse the new section of trail.

To learn more, check out the WGWL Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/wgwltrail/

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NEIRHTF is now Accepting Applications

Posted: Tue, April 24, 2018

NEIRHTF ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

The Northeast Iowa Regional Housing Trust Fund (NEIRHTF) is accepting applications for housing rehabilitationimprovement projects.  Applicants can be low-moderate income homeowners, landlord/for-profit organizations or non-profit organizations to promote and create affordable housing activities.  All applicants must be in one of the four counties of Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard, and Winneshiek. Eligible projects include rehabilitation and repair of existing housing, including, but not limited to: Roofs, windows, siding, plumbing electrical, energy efficiency, lead paint issues, and handicap accessibility.

For more information on the NEIRHTF or to see if there is funding in your area, please contact Upper Explorerland RPC, at 563-864-7551 ext. 101 for Sarah Snitker.  You can also obtain an application online at www.uerpc.org, Housing, Northeast Iowa Housing Trust Fund.

This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

Esta institución es un Proveedor de Igual Oportunidad

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UERPC April Newsletter

Posted: Mon, April 16, 2018

Some of the headlines you can read about this month include:

  • Spring Walking School Bus Season is here!
  • Board Member Spotlight D. Warren Fisk
  • Monthly Workshops at IowaWORKS in Decorah
  • Northeast Iowa Farmer's Markets
  • Walk-on Waukon
  • Walk More Connect More
  • Solar Energy for Non-Taxable Entities Workshop
  • Selling Essentials for Iowa Businesses
  • Upcoming Allamakee County Housing Study Meetings
  • Jes Wegner Recognized for Physical Activity Efforts in Fayette County
  • Don't forget Mother's Day - Sunday, May 13th!
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UERPC March Newsletter

Posted: Mon, March 19, 2018

Some of the headlines you can read about this month include:

  • ICOG Legislative Breakfast
  • Upcoming Events
  • Healthy kids and families live 5-2-1-0
  • IowaWORKS to host "Real Colors" workshop
  • Iowa Association of Councils of Governements Staff Training
  • Winter Marathon Challenge Receives Positive Feedback from Participants
  • Luther College Job Fair a success
  • NEIRHTF has funding available
  • UERPC offices will be closed Friday, March 30th for Good Friday
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