Johnson County Supervisors Meet to Discuss Options after Fire


By Kayleigh Milas

JOHNSON COUNTY, Iowa - Johnson County officials say at least four dump trucks are gone as a result of a fire at the Secondary Roads building in the spring.

Thursday afternoon, the board of supervisors met with other county leaders to discuss their options.

More than half the fleet of dump trucks, which are also used as snow plows, were damaged in the fire. Officials say they're not sure how much money the county will have to spend on repairs and replacements.

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