Charlie Comfort

11/08/2018 - 11:22am
The Mahaska County Supervisors met in special session Friday morning, Nov. 2, to open bids received for the new 911 radio communications system project. In early October, the Supervisors announced that they are assuming control of the 911 communications system project. The first action the board took after assuming control of the project was to contact Motorola and Racom regarding them submitting...
11/08/2018 - 11:20am
Mahaska County Attorney Jim Blomgren announced on Friday that Mahaska County Supervisor Steve Wanders will not face any charges of election misconduct after allegations of electioneering surfaced in the final week of the hotly contested Mahaska County Supervisor race. Wanders was photographed handing out candy during the Oskaloosa Trick-or-Treat...
10/31/2018 - 9:36am
Oskaloosa, Iowa- Mahaska County Supervisor Steve Wanders has been accused of violating state law on October 30, pertaining to electioneering at a voting precinct. Wanders was photographed by The Sun outside of the Mahaska County Courthouse wearing a “Vote Steve Wanders Supervisor” t-shirt, while handing out candy during the Oskaloosa...
08/01/2018 - 11:14am
In a stunning move on July 26, the Mahaska County Supervisors approved a motion to appeal a ruling tossing the county’s lawsuit against the regional airport project, as well as a motion to approve a letter threatening legal action against the Mahaska County EMA and E911 commissions over a proposed 911 communication system replacement. The...
07/03/2018 - 11:00am
Mahaska County now has a full Board of Supervisors after a panel composed of County Auditor Sue Brown, County Recorder Diane Upton-Crookham, and County Treasurer Sone Scott voted to appoint the top vote getter from the June primary to fill the remaining few months left on former supervisor Mark Doland’s term. Steve Wanders received the...
06/20/2018 - 3:55pm
A week after two candidates who are opposed to the regional airport won the Mahaska County Supervisor Republican primary, a district court judge has ruled that Mahaska County cannot leave the 28E agreement that started the regional airport project in 2012, and that attempts to do so could result in the county incurring damages for delaying the...
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