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Southern Iowa Council of Governments (SICOG) is an organization that provides and coordinates community and economic development services through the delivery of planning services, technical program assistance, and grantsmanship.
What is SICOG? A brief history In 1968 Governor Harold E. Hughes signed Executive Order # 11 establishing the planning districts in Iowa. The Executive Order created regional planning commissions upon the action of local governments. These organizations were formed by counties and cities to serve local governments, and citizens in the regions across the State of Iowa. COG's address issues facing local government on a cooperative basis, and provides coordination of services delivery, planning, advocacy, technical assistance, and project development. Councils are formed through provisions of Chapter 504, 28E, and 28H of the Code of Iowa. Birth of SICOG/ First meeting Local government leaders from each county in the re¬gion—Adair, Adams, Clarke, Decatur, Ringgold, Taylor, and Union Counties - first met on Sept. 13, 1973, in the Lion’s Hall in Clearfield, to organize the Southern Iowa Planning organization. They chose Rodger Blobaum, Chairman; Will Raiser, Vice chair; and Frank Davis, Secretary. Seven representa¬tives from each county were chosen to form bylaws, and an executive committee, made up of a representative from each county, was also formed.
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