Assistant Chief of Police Position Available
City of West Burlington is seeking a Assistant Police Chief. Requirements include completion of a federal or state police academy. College degree in Police Science, Criminology, Public Safety or related field and ten years of service in law enforcement is preferred. All minimum ILEA standards apply. Salary is contingent upon experience. Applications available by clicking here or under the menu My Government > Job Opportunities. Return completed application and resume by September 15th to: Chief Newberry, 122 Broadway St., West Burlington, IA 52655
Letter from the Police Department
Parents and Students,
I hope your summer has been a fun and relaxing one. With school getting ready to start, I'd like to take just a brief moment to remind everyone of some important safety tips and practices.
When dropping your children off, please either use the designated areas or another safe location. Painted red zones are designated Fire Lanes and it is illegal to park in them for any reason. Don't block driveways as well. Be sure to use the crosswalk when crossing the street and of course, look both ways before doing so. If there is a crossing guard, everyone must obey their instructions. They are authorized to direct traffic and this includes pedestrian and bicyclists.
Chapter 53 of the West Burlington Municipal Code states that grass, weeds or brush shall be cut, mowed and maintained so as not to exceed 6 (six) inches in height. The publication is your notice and by publication in the City's official newspaper that, if a violation of Chapter 53 exists on their property the City will proceed with abatement procedures immediately upon discovery of such violation. When the nuisance exists on a property occupied by a structure the City will attempt to post a notice to abate on or prior to the City abating it and assessing the cost against the property owner. If the nuisance exists on an empty lot, notice to abate will be issued only in the form of a certified letter to the property owner as listed in the records of the Des Moines County Assessor.
Money Down The Drain
Leaking toilets are the number one source of wasted water in the home. The trouble with leaking toilets is you don't always hear them leaking. Slow, silent toilet leaks are quite common. Checking regularly for toilet leaks is not a part of most people's normal routine, but it should be.
Here are some of the more obvious signs of a leaking toilet in your home:
Toilet leaks can waste hundreds to thousands of gallons. They cost you money and waste a substantial amount of water. Fortunately, most toilet leaks are easy and inexpensive to fix. Generally, repair kits are reasonably priced and are available at most hardware stores.
Checking for the leak is easy!
Assistant Chief of Police Position Available City of West Burlington is seeking a Assistant Police Chief. Requirements include completion of a federal or state police academy. College degree in Police Science, Criminology, Public Safety or related field and ten years of service in law enforcement...