Posted on 25 April 2012 by KWBG
BOONE, Iowa—The Boone County Board of Supervisors have been updated about the planned future of projects that may be available in the Squaw Creek Watershed. Mark Land with Snyder and Associates met with the Supervisors Wednesday and explained that funds were awarded to a number of watersheds for the development of programs that may help flood events. Successful plans could continue to receive support for projects and programs. A Thursday meeting will be held at the Story County Conservation Offices to continue bringing different agencies together. Supervisor Tom Foster will represent the Supervisors. A proposed 28E agreement was discussed, but has not been adopted by the Board.