Proclamation temporarily allows trucks hauling harvests heavier weights Governor Chet Culver today signed a proclamation today that temporarily lifts the weight limits of trucks that are hauling harvest goods. Similar to previous years’ proclamations the temporary lift will allow a 10 percent per axle tolerance for weights without requiring the hauler to acquire a permit. […]
“Within the next thirty days, we will fill our quota of six thousand minibulk containers for this recyling project!” says Ken Root, recycling coordinator for AAI. “This is too good a deal to pass up: You can get rid of worthless tanks that are taking up space and will become am EPA regulated liability next year,” Root explains. […]
Thursday, April 15, 2010 Governor Chet Culver signed AAI endorsed legislation expanding the types of commodities trucks can carry using six and seven-axle configurations at higher weight limits.
NEWS RELEASE March 22, 2010 For Immediate Release Contact Information: Laura Sinnwell, Communications Director Telephone: 515-262-8323 Email: email@example.com GOVERNOR CULVER SIGNS BILL TO MODERNIZE IOWA’S GRAIN INDEMNITY FUND Des Moines, IA – Iowa’s Grain Indemnity Fund (GIF) Assessment is over 20 years old and was in desperate need of modernization. Today Governor Culver signed into […]
New rules were filed on February 4th regarding aerial application. The rule outlines the license, certification, and continuing instruction requirements for aerial applicator consultants operating in Iowa. In addition, the new rule clears up much of the confusion regarding the duty of the commercial applicator working with the aerial applicator. The rule states that an […]