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Add color to your yard for Spring Delight! Flower gardens can add color and awe-inspiring appeal to a property. The National Gardening Association notes that gardeners can find nearly every color of the spectrum in flowering perennials. So whether you prefer soft pink, are partial to bright red or want to relax in a garden and gaze at something deep blue, chances are you'll find a perennial to tickle your fancy. The NGA offers the following breakdown of colors to help gardeners learn how their gardens can set the mood they're looking for. Bright colors - A garden full of bright colors like red, orange, magenta, and yellow can provide a landscape with vigor and energy. The NGA notes that brightly colored flowers can withstand especially bright sunshine, meaning gardeners can marvel at their appearance even when the sun might be adversely affecting other plants and flowers. Pastel colors - Pastels, which include soft pink, powder blue, lavender, and peach, create a tranquil feeling in a garden. This makes pastel perfect for those who want their gardens to be a relaxing, peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The NGA notes that pastels may looked washed out in the midday sun, so they might

be best enjoyed early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Complementary colors - Complementary colors are those that are opposite one another on the color wheel. Orange and blue are examples of complementary colors. According to the NGA, complementary colors can add creative energy and vitality to a garden. Harmonious colors - These colors are those that are next to each other on the color wheel, such as orange and red. The NGA recommends harmonious colors for gardeners looking to create a unifying feel in their gardens without resorting to a monochromatic color scheme. Harmonious colors give off a gentle feeling that can make for a relaxing garden atmosphere. Monochromatic colors - Monochromatic gardens can be awe-inspiring even though they stick to a single color and don't provide an array of awe-inspiring colors. The NGA notes that gardeners with monochromatic gardens make them interesting by using plants of various sizes and shapes.

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Organize and declutter your home … room-by-room Clearing a home of clutter requires dedication and lifestyle changes. With these organizational tips and tricks, anyone can work through their home room-by-room and conquer clutter. Find a place for everything. Clutter creeps up as people accumulate possessions over the years. Over time, failure to regularly go through belongings and thin the herd can lead to the accumulation of clutter. But clutter also can accumulate if people fail to find a place to put items. Racks for garages, organizational systems for closets and furniture with storage capacity, such as storage ottomans, are some storage solutions that can help people find a place for their possessions. Getting items up and off the floor can maximize square footage in a home. Bookshelves, hanging wall shelves, hooks, cabinetry, built-ins, and other storage solutions that rely on walls and ceilings are simple and effective storage solutions. Unused space behind cabinet or closet doors are some additional places to store belongings. Hang razors or toothbrushes on medicine cabinet walls and curling irons and other hair tools on the interior of cabinet doors in bathrooms. Create a coding system. Home offices can be some of the more disorganized rooms in a house simply due to the volume of electronics and paperwork within them. Use a color-coded system for important files to keep them organized. Label important items, whether they're paper or digital files, in accordance with your system. Put it away! When you finish using an item, return it to its storage location. This eliminates piles of belongings strewn around the house - and hunting and pecking for missing things. If you can't put it away immediately, have a few baskets on hand labeled for the different rooms in the house. Pop the items in Great Selection, the requisite baskets and Great Prices then routinely take each Find it here! basket around the house to return the items. Investing in custom cabinetry and organizational systems also can help people organize their belongings. Tackle rooms We such as the garage, base20# LPcarry ments, bedroom closets, Cylinde BBQ rs too! and pantries, or those areas that tend to accumulate clutter the fastest.

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Consider a custom-built deck Custom-built decks can expand usable outdoor entertaining spaces. Decks can surround pools and create outdoor patio areas that make it easy to establish multi-tiered living spaces, improving the functionality of outdoor areas. Certain deck trends have emerged as industry experts' top picks for the upcoming remodeling and renovation season. For those thinking of revamping an existing deck, or building an entirely new one, these trends are on point. · Established perimeters: "Picture framing" is not a new trend, but one that has taken greater hold in recent years. The term refers to aesthetically appealing designs that conceal the ends of deck boards for a clean finish. Some designs feature contrasting material colors on the ends for even more impact. This helps create refined perimeters for a polished look. · Distressed hardwood: The trend for using distressed hardwoods at home has migrated outside. Some decking manufacturers have recently introduced low-maintenance composite deck boards that mimic the look and feel of distressed, rustic hardwood flooring. This weathered appearance gives the look of age without the upkeep of real aged wood. · Wooden walkways: Decking can be the more traditional design people envision with a patio table or outdoor furniture. But it also can consist of wooden walkways or a low-laying patio to accentuate the yard. · Mixed materials: Homeowners may be inspired by commercial eateries, breweries and urban markets in their exterior design choices. Decks featuring composite materials and aluminum railings blend sophistication, urban appeal and comfort. · Personal touches: Homeowners can customize their decks with personal touches. It's not unheard of to wrap columns in stone or glass tiles for more impact. And a vast array of decking colors now enables fun interpretations for outdoor areas. · Fire pit conversation area: Many decks can incorporate water or fire elements for visual appeal. Gas-fueled fire elements can expand the functionality of decks beyond the warm seasons, or make enjoying them practical on nights when the temCustom Homes perature plummets. Since 1966

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Is it time to replace those old windows?

Replacing old windows is often a worthwhile investment for homeowners. Energy-efficient windows can prevent heating and cooling loss and keep homes more comfortable throughout the year. Such windows also can improve a home's resale value, proving a good return on investment for homeowners who want to upgrade their homes before putting them on the market. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, homeowners might find it more cost-effective to replace very old and/or inefficient windows to improve their energy efficiency. Such an upgrade can save homeowners substantial amounts of money on heating and cooling costs. Window replacement projects can be costly, so it pays to get the job right the first time. Before beginning a window replacement project, homeowners should research which windows will meet their specific needs, learning the subtleties between finishes and features, as well as comparing prices for the windows and installation. The best time of year to plan window replacement is when the weather will be warm, ideally in the spring or early summer. When replacing windows, consider energy per-

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Aerate lawns to let grass breathe

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Oxygen is essential for the roots of grass to breathe and grow strong enough to support healthy lawns. But, compacted soil can produce a decrease in oxygen content that can make it hard for roots to thrive. Soil compaction can result from a number of activities, including walking on grass or driving or parking vehicles on grass. When soil is compacted, it breaks into small particles that reduce the amount of pore space in the soil. That makes it hard for water, oxygen and nutrients to get through, threatening the strength of the roots and putting the grass in jeopardy. Aerating a lawn can help homeowners foster strong root growth and healthy grass. When to aerate may be contingent upon local climate, so homeowners who suspect the soil in their yards is compact should consult with a local landscaping professional to determine the best time to aerate their lawns.

Spring is a good time to restore rusty lawn tools Tools encrusted with rust do not need to be relegated to the trash bin, nor do gardeners have to toil for hours scraping and sanding off the rust. Pour vinegar into a deep enough vessel to submerge the metal part of tools, then let soak overnight. The next day, use a scouring pad to rub off rust. If a tool is too big to fit into a can or bucket, wrap it with a vinegar-soaked rag and cover the whole tool with a tightly secured plastic bag. After all the rust is gone, rinse in cool water and dry thoroughly.

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NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS NOTICE IS GIVEN: That there are now on file for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Independence, Iowa (the “City”), a proposed resolution of necessity, an estimate of cost and a plat and schedule showing the amounts proposed to be assessed against each lot and the valuation of each lot within a district approved by the City Council for a street improvement, described in general as the 2019 Street Improvements Project (the “Project”), of the type and in the location as follows: The Project shall include the construction of Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) pavement, PCC curb and gutter, storm sewer and intakes, 4” subdrain, PCC drives, PCC sidewalk, excavation, and placing special backfill, topsoil, and seeding on and along the following segments of street in the City of Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa: • 10th Street SW beginning at its intersection with the east right-of-way line of 6th Avenue SW and continuing to a point 630 feet to the east thereof; and • 5th Avenue SW beginning at its intersection with the south right-of-way line of 1st Street West and continuing south to its intersection with the north right-of-way line of 2nd Street SW The portion of the Project to be assessed to private property owners will include the construction of PCC curb and gutter, including storm sewer. It is considered that the properties abutting the above-described segments of street to be improved will be specially benefitted by this improvement and should be specially assessed All as shown on the preliminary special assessment plat and schedule for the Project which are now available for inspection in the office of the City Clerk. The City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m., on April 22, 2019, at the Council Chambers, in the City, at which time the owners of the property subject to assessment for the proposed improvement or any other person having an interest in the matter may appear and be heard for or against the making of the improvement, the boundaries of the district, the cost, the assessment against any lot or the final adoption of a resolution of necessity. A property owner will be deemed to have waived all objections unless at the time of hearing the property owner has filed objections with the City Clerk. /s/Jeena Lynch, City Clerk/Treasurer

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Buchanan County Board of Supervisors - April 8, 2019 The Buchanan County Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, April 8, 2019 with Don Shonka, Chairman in the Chair, Gary Gissel and Clayton Ohrt present. Absent, none. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to approve the minutes of the April 1st meeting as presented. All in favor, motion carried. Motion by Ohrt second by Gissel to approve the claims filed with the County Auditor for payment in the amount of $1,413.11. All in favor, motion carried. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to make of record the conservation department staff hiring as follows: conservation technicians, Jacob Schwarting effective April 15, 2019 and Andrew Anderson effective April 16, 2019 at an hourly rate of $10.00; and Samantha Hanson, seasonal naturalist intern, effective May 6, 2019 at an hourly rate of $10.00. All in favor, motion carried. Motion by Ohrt second by Gissel to approve the following resolution. On roll call all voted aye thereon. Motion carried. RESOLUTION 19-28 WHEREAS, the Buchanan County Treasurer is an elected official and the Board of Supervisors does not consider nor appoint personnel for elected officials, but need to authorize payroll for the County Auditor. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Buchanan County, Iowa that the County Auditor is hereby authorized to issue biweekly paychecks on the General Basic Fund, Office of Treasurer to Mellisa Schweitzer, as a full-time driver’s license deputy. This will be in effect at an annual salary of 80% of the Treasurer’s salary, $49,600. Mellisa’s promotion will be effective April 1, 2019. This is subject to the terms and conditions of the Courthouse Employee Policies without further action of this Board. Passed this 8th day of April 2019. Motion by Ohrt second by Gissel to place on file the manure management plan update from

Gissel Farms, LTD, facility Gissel Farms, Sec. 18 of Washington Twp. All in favor, motion carried. The following departments presented their quarterly reports: Sheryln Hazen, Roadside Manager; Tai Burkhart, Public Health Director; Matt Even, Environmental Health & Zoning Administrator; Rick Wulfekuhle, EMA Director; Chris Hare, E911 Coordinator; Evan Sinnott, GIS Coordinator and Julie Davison, Community Services Director. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to place the reports on file with the County Auditor for public viewing. All in favor, motion carried. County Auditor, Cindy Gosse presented updated depository resolutions for the Treasurer, Sheriff and the Auditor’s office. After discussion, motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to approve the following resolutions. On roll call all voted aye thereon. Motion carried. RESOLUTION 19-29 BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors of Buchanan County approve the following list of financial institutions to be depositories of the county funds in conformance with all applicable provisions of Iowa Code Chapter 12C.2. The County Auditor shall not exceed the maximum approved for each respective financial institution as set out: Northeast Security Bank, Independence, $1,000,000. Passed this 8th day of April 2019. RESOLUTION 19-30 BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors of Buchanan County approve the following list of financial institutions to be depositories of the county funds in conformance with all applicable provisions of Iowa Code Chapters 12C.2. The County Sheriff shall not exceed the maximum approved for each respective financial institution as set out: BankIowa, Independence, $350,000; Rowley Savings Bank, Rowley, $100,000; Northeast Security Bank, Independence, $100,000. Passed this 8th day of April 8, 2019. RESOLUTION 19-31 BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors of Buchanan County approve the following list of financial institutions to be depositories of the county funds in conformance with all applicable provisions of Iowa Code Chapter 12C.2. The County Treasurer shall not

exceed the maximum approved for each respective financial institution as set out: Farmers State Bank, $250,000; Bank Iowa, $13,700,000; Northeast Security Bank, Independence, $250,000; Rowley Savings Bank, $250,000; Northeast Security Bank, Fairbank, $250,000; Maynard Savings Bank, Hazleton, $250,000; Veridian Credit Union, Independence, $250,000 and IPAIT $8,000,000. Passed this 8th day of April 2019. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to approve the contract renewal for 2019 lawn care with JC’s Lawn Care & Snow Removal LLC and authorize the Chairman to sign. All in favor, motion carried. Supervisor Ohrt presented an estimate for the repairs to the courthouse flagpole base from Custom Concrete LLC. After discussion, motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to approve the project with Custom Concrete LLC in the amount of $1,250. All in favor, motion carried. Discussion was held on the replacement of two water heaters in the correctional center. After discussion, motion by Ohrt second by Gissel to approve the proposal from Independence Plumbing and Heating for the replacement of two water heaters in the amount not to exceed $21,000. All in favor, motion carried. The Board proceeded to canvass the votes cast at the East Buchanan School Special Election April 2, 2019 with the following results: 89 yes and 14 no votes. The public measure for the authorization of a physical plant and equipment levy is adopted. Motion by Ohrt second by Gissel to place the canvass on file with the County Auditor and direct the County Auditor to forward the Abstract of Votes to the school district. All in favor, motion carried. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to approve the changes to the employee health plan and set the premiums for FY20 as follows: family health $2,640; single health $1,056; family dental $50 and single dental $20. All in favor, motion carried. Note employee meetings will be setup to explain the changes. Motion by Gissel second by Ohrt to adjourn at 11:41 a.m. All in favor, motion carried. Donald Shonka, Chairman ATTEST: Cindy Gosse, Auditor


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, FORM OF CONTRACT AND ESTIMATE OF COST FOR THE 1st STREET WEST TRAIL PROJECT Notice Is Hereby Given: That at 6:30 p.m., at the City Hall, Independence, Iowa, on April 22, 2019, the City Council of the City of Independence, Iowa (the “City”) will hold a public hearing on the proposed plans and specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost (the “Contract Documents”) for the proposed 1st Street West Trail Project. The Project shall consist of PCC sidewalk/trail in the City of Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa, beginning from 15th Ave NW east 0.4 miles to the Liberty Trail. A copy of the proposed Contract Documents is also on file for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk. At said hearing any interested person may file written objections or present oral comments with respect to the subject matter of the hearing. /s/Jeena Lynch, City Clerk

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Iowa Finance Authority rolls-out $5,000 down payment assistance program for home buyers

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The Iowa Finance Authority announced a new down payment assistance program for first-time and repeat home buyers. The program offers a 0% loan for up to five percent of the sale price or $5,000, whichever is less and is repayable upon refinance or sale of the home. “One of the biggest barriers facing Iowa home buyers is coming up with the cash for the down payment,” said Iowa Finance Authority Executive Director Debi Durham “We’re proud to introduce the new $5,000 down payment and closing cost loan program in partnership with our network of lenders to offer more resources to Iowa home buyers than ever before.” “We’ve already seen home sales on the rise in Iowa as we head into the spring home buying season,” said Iowa Association of REALTORS® CEO Gavin Blair. “The Iowa Finance Authority’s new down payment assistance program is an exciting announcement that will allow Realtors and lenders to assist even more home buyers in achieving

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The News & The Guide

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Goodnight in the Morning! A locally owned and operated business bringing the Buchanan County area the good news not found anywhere else.