CAFO Ordinance

Voice your support for an ordinance that will serve ALL Delaware County residents!

Even with the minimum setbacks and technology requirements being proposed in the draft, a Special Use Permit process would provide a transparent system for each site to be reviewed for its suitability for a CAFO operation.  






Planning Commission Meeting
Commissioners Court Room (3rd floor County Building) @ 6:00 PM


County Commissioners Meeting
Commissioners Court Room (3rd floor County Building) @ 9:00 AM 


4 year terms

Meet 1st/3rd Mondays @ 9AM, Rm 309A

(765) 747-7730




James King (R) exp. 12/20

Vice President:

Sherry Riggin (R) 12/20
765-213-1272 ext 301

100 W Main St, Muncie, IN 47305



District 3:

Shannon Henry (R) exp. 12/18


Planning Commission

All communication with the planning Commission must be made through Marta Moody ATTN: Planning Commission Members

Kathy Carey, Jerry Dishman, Shannon Henry, Andrew Ellis, Teresa Hensley, Jesse Landess, Michael Mueller, Rickie Sipe, Nathan Vannatter

Marta Moody: 

100 W Main St, Muncie, IN 47305


LWV UMRR Advocacy Update – and how you can get involved in comments to the proposed Clean Water Rule

 The dual mission of League of Women Voters – to educate voters and advocate on issues – is exemplified in the work of the LWV Upper Mississippi River Region.  We provide information on a variety of topics in this blog, through our newsletter, and in the educational meetings we co-sponsor with local Leagues.  And we advocate,  through taking and advocating for positions on key issues.  This post provides an update on work we are doing in three areas; the Farm Bill, the Clean Water Rule and  Foxconn.     


LWV seeks to support non-operating owners of farmland
On December 3, 2018, LWV Upper Mississippi River Region held their bi-monthly Board meeting at the Coralville Public Library, in Johnson County, Iowa.   The educational event after the Board meeting featured speakers from the Woman, Food and Agriculture Network, and the Izaak Walton League.   These organizations, along with the LWV Upper Mississippi River Region, are reaching out to absentee landowners  – people who rent farmland for others to farm. 


Frustrations…lack of progress…environmental groups are maddened but EPA is pleased…

The Cedar Rapids Gazette has dedicated resources to reporting on the progress of the twelve states that have agreed to work toward a 45% reduction in the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus discharged to the Mississippi, with a goal of reducing the ‘dead zone’ in the gulf. 



Support the work of the LWV UMRR
FOR A LIMITED ONLY, INDIVIDUALS MAKING DONATIONS AT LEAST $30 WILL BE SENT A HAND-DYED 100% SILK “LWV WATER SCARF” AS A THANK YOU!    These scarves are colored like water, in vibrant blues, greens and purples, see slide show below.  If you have a color preference, please email us at with that information.


2018 Annual Meeting, Water Workshop and Banquet

This event was a great success – thanks to the excellent speakers who enlightened us and the attendees whose passion for water fueled significant discussions!  We are working now on a report that will document what we learned, watch this site for more information on that as it develops.   Here are links to videos of our speakers.



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