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Johnson County votes to increase minimum wage

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors has voted to increase the county’s recommended minimum wage by 81 cents to $11.56 per hour, effective July...

Johnson Co. recipient of bicycle friendly award

Johnson County Downtown Campus has been recognized by The League of American Bicyclists with a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Business award. The campus first earned...

Johnson County Board of Supervisors appoints Porter as new chairperson

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors addressed a number of organizational issues for 2022 in its first formal meeting of the year today, Monday,...

Johnson County supervisors approve preliminary plat for Oak Meadow subdivision

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Dec. 9 to approve the preliminary plat for the long-debated Oak Meadow housing subdivision west of...
masking policy

Masks required through Jan. 15 in Johnson County facilities

Based on recommendations from the Johnson County Public Health Department (JCPH), the Johnson County Board of Supervisors voted on Oct. 14 to extend the...

Solon sending resolution to county supervisors on proposed housing development

The Solon City Council voted unanimously Oct. 6 to send a resolution to the Johnson County Board of Supervisors regarding a planned housing development...

Proposed development near Solon gets initial rezoning approval from Johnson County supervisors

A rezoning request for a residential development west of Solon received initial approval from the Johnson County Board of Supervisors Thursday night -- but...

Johnson County comprehensive plan proposal would stunt growth

By Casey Cook / Guest Opinion While attending the League of Women Voters fo­rum for Johnson County supervisor candidates, I kept hearing the two incumbents...

Working for a Living: The minimum wage fight continues

Protesters hold a mini-protest at the Iowa Statehouse calling for a $15 minimum wage during Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Condition of the State address on...

New CBJ series: Working for a living

Culver’s crew member Myson Rodgers rings up a sale at the chain’s Edgewood Road location in Cedar Rapids. In an effort to retain workers...

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