Several events for Veterans will be held in Trenton during the month of July. A Veterans Service Officer will be at the Trenton Hy-Vee next week to assist with Veterans Affairs paperwork and answer questions July 2nd from 9 o’clock in the morning to 1 o’clock in the afternoon, as well as at the VFW […]
The Missouri Public Service Commission has established the hearing schedule in a case to adjust the electric rates of Union Electric Company doing business as Ameren Missouri. The Commission opened the case June 6th under a provision of Senate Bill 564, which passed by the Missouri General Assembly signed into law. A section of the […]
The Trenton Board of Adjustments and Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing at the Trenton City Hall next month to hear requests to allow for future retail business. The hearing will be on the night of July 2nd at 7 o’clock. Warren and Carolyn Forman in care of The Overland Group will […]
There was no discussion during the public portion of the Trenton City Council meeting earlier this week on the process for selecting the next chief of police at Trenton. Tommy Wright who has resigned from the police chief position effective July 6th attended the city council meeting as the police chief usually does. City Administrator Ron Urton […]
The Missouri Public Service Commission has opened a case to adjust electric rates of Union Electric Company doing business as Ameren Missouri under the provision of Senate Bill 564, which the Missouri General Assembly passed and was recently signed into law. The Commission reports a section of the bill gives the Commission one-time authority to […]
The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees will discuss Head Start items at a special meeting next week. The meeting will be Monday at noon at the Head Start Central Office in Trenton. The agenda includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) application and a Hamilton Center update.
Trenton’s Board of Adjustments has approved four requests for zoning variances and denied another proposal during public hearings at city hall. Deputy City Clerk Tracy Maberry said several individuals were present to oppose a request from Gilbert McVay who sought two variances on the construction of a storage building. After discussion, the board voted four […]
Chillicothe Mayor Reed Dupy is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on both the Chillicothe Board of Adjustments and the Railroad Board. Any Chillicothe resident interested in the positions may pick up a board volunteer form at the Chillicothe City Clerk’s Office at the Chillicothe City Hall. Forms must be submitted by June 13th.
Missouri lawmakers have passed a far-reaching utility bill that satisfies the state’s largest electric companies after years of haggling in the legislature. The bill changes the way regulated utilities negotiate rates with the state by allowing them to more quickly recover the cost of infrastructure upgrades. It would give them more flexibility to change customer rates […]
A new date has been announced for public hearings on requests for zoning variances at several locations within Trenton. The Board of Adjustments will hold public hearings beginning at 7 o’clock the night of June 4th at Trenton City Hall. Three requests were previously scheduled to be considered May 7th but could not be held […]
Two requests were heard last night by the Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission which held public hearings at city hall. Earl Nance, in care of Justin Collins, sought a change in zoning and a conditional use permit that could lead to operation of a food business at 1115 Shanklin Avenue in Trenton. Planning and Zoning […]