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Mission Statement

Statement of Purpose

We, the OCTA, believe government exists to provide basic services at a reasonable cost to the residents of the community. We believe that government should be accountable to the tax payer for the level of service provided, the way it provides these services and for the cost of these services. The OCTA will assist both the taxpayer and the government entity to first: identify problems, second come up with solutions for problems, and finally, will provide a flow of information to and from the taxpayer to ensure these solutions are pursued and the accountability maintained.

Iowa Court of Appeals Rules On Behalf of Bruggeman And Other Harris Farmers

Please see the Iowa Appellate ruling against Osceola County and the City of Harris attached below.

Ocheyedan's Explosive Levy Growth Rate This Year

Click on the attachment below and scroll to the far right and see how the FY2018-2019 Levy Rates for the City of Ocheyedan rose the highest percentage (7.21%) of any municipality in the county only to Melvin Ag. Land H-M-S.

City of Rock Rapids Contract, Sibley Contract With Osceola Public Safety and Supervisor Jones' Comparison Table

See the documents referenced in our recent Facebook video as attachments below.

See the highlighted portions on the Rock Rapids contract, page 2.
See the highlighted portions of the Sibley contract, page 2.

First A Sordid Lawfirm Gets $100,000 Of Our Tax Money, Now They Appear Incompetent!

Dorsey & Whitney is their name. The first page of this new agreement which the Supervisors are to act on tomorrow had two fundamental (highlighted) errors on them. We stopped reading after this. This is the second time this has happened in the last month. See the attachment. It is time to replace Dorsey & Whitney.

New Osceola County Supervisor Conflict of Interest Policy

We need to commend our new Supervisors who took the leadership in getting this new Conflict of Interest Policy adopted. See it attached below.

1988 Osceola County Economic Development Commission Charter

See original charter for OEDC attached below.

The County Agrees To Pay CFE $2,000,000! But CFE's Rob Jacobs Said They Didn't Need Any Money!

See documents below to be reviewed at the Osceola County Supervisor's public hearing tomorrow morning.

Our critical highlights and comments can be found on the first four pages of both of these documents. The critical one tying this to Co-Bank, is found on page 4 of the Development Agreement.

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