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CVRHTF grant

From left are Doug Anderson, US Bank Centerville branch manager, Jennifer Appler, Chariton Valley Regional Housing Trust Fund program manager, Tod Faris, Appanoose Economic Development Corporation executive director, Carl Cisler, owner of Hometown Realty, Patti Lind, CVRHTF executive director and George Johnson, Centerville building and code compliance officer Friday morning during US Bank's grant presentation of $1,500 to CVRHTF. Faris, Cisler and Johnson represent Appanoose County on CVRHTF's four county, 12 member board.

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The Iowegian wants readers to think about rental permit fees. The Centerville City Council has conducted two working sessions and a third one is planned in order to get a feel for the public's appetite about raising rental permit fees from charging a landlord $25 every two years to charging a certain amount per rental unit per year. So, the question of the week is, "Are you in favor of Centerville increasing rental permit fees?"

A. I'm in favor.
B. I'm not in favor.
C. I'm not sure.
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