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Norwalk, Iowa
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November 26, 2015     N. Warren Town and County News
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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 26, 2015 The N orwalk Parks and Rec, Early Out Craft club, was busy making turkey pump- kins for their Thanksgiving table center piece. Those present were: R. Aagard, S. Aagard, K. Dammeier, C. Gizzi, T. Hurley, J. Palen and A. Williams. Missing from photo was McFadden. Photo submitted. LETTER November 18, 2015 City of Norwalk 705 North Avenue Norwalk, Iowa 5021 1 Re: Norwalk Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Workshop To Whom It May Concern: A storm water work- shop will be held Decem- ber 8, 2015 at the Norwalk- Easter Public, 1051 North Avenue at 6:00 PM. This workshop is intended to educate developers, build- ers, contractors, consult- ants and residents about ways in which develop- ments and construction sites can be managed to help improve water qual- ity. ~ We will be discussing ways in which you can keep your construction sites in compliance with the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans require- ments. The City of Norwalk is required by the Iowa De— partment of Natural Re- sources per the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Sys- tem Permit (MS-4) to orga- nize and facilitate these workshops on a yearly ba- sis. Anyone who is inter~ ested in local storm water issues is encouraged to also attend. We look forward to see— ing you there.""" Alan Waugh, ICCSPPI City of Norwalk City of Norwalk Stormwater Inspections 2626 North Avenue Norwalk, Iowa 50211 Ph: 515—981-0228 ext. 2406 LIBRARY HOURS Monday — Thursday 1:; a.m. — 8 p.m. finds}; 11 a.m. 6 p.m. San::<3..;r, 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. band-a}; 1 — 4 p.m. & ,..=-::iscd Sundays (Mem ml Day-Labor Day) B R EA K F AS T Starting Sunday, Dec. 6, we will open at 8:30 a.m. and serve breakfast all day! 4221 South Orilla Road 1611 Sunset Dr. Norwalk ‘ 981-0836 Dine In or Carry Out 0 Specials -Winn's Pizza Tuesday thru Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. -’8 p.‘m. Closed Monday GRAYHAWK Hun ~ 011]} H) minutes to jordzm Creek Mall and 15 min ules Io (lownlon. Enjoy a West Des Moines address and attend Nomalk Schools at Fox Valley! POLICE REPORT Concluded from p. 3 motor vehicle. Informa- tion taken for report. Forgery -— 800 block Main Street. Stolen checks were cashed at a local bank. Information was taken and a report was made. Victim declined prosecution and the case was closed. November 18 Vehicle Crash — Sunset Drive and Lakewood Drive. Vehicle driven by Richard Sucher, Des Moines, collided with a vehicle driven by Jared Mallett, Norwalk. Mr. Mallett was issued a cita- tion for Fail to Yield Right of Way. Information taken and a report was a made. Vehicle Crash — 200 block West North Avenue. Vehicle driven by David Warren, West Des Moines, struck a deer, causing damage to his vehicle. In- formation was taken and a report was made. N gvember 19 Theft from Motor Ve- hicle — 1400 block Meadow Drive. Wallet and contents were taken from an un- locked motor vehicle. In- formation was taken and a report was made. Theft from Motor Ve- hicle — 1300 block Meadow Putah independent Agentt0\mofl< toryou. Drive. Miscellaneous change and a debit card were taken from an un- locked motor vehicle. In- formation was taken and a report was made. Burglary/Theft from two Motor Vehicles — 1300 block Meadow Drive. Two Phone chargers, cash and miscellaneous property taken from two unlocked motor vehicles that were parked inside an unlocked garage. Information was taken and a report was made. Let me help find the vehicle insurance policy that’s right for you. LANE SNSURANCE AGCY NC 515-981-4614 mkmcglaneinsuranoexmn flsmfie firearm its; $39 is‘iflim. '63! FOX VALLEY NOW RESERVING LOTS IN PLAT 2!