Chillicothe Mayor Theresa Kelly is accepting applications to fill vacancies on three advisory boards. Appointments to be filled are for the Board of Adjustments, Planning and Zoning Commission, and Railroad Board. Interested individuals can pick up a volunteer form at the Chillicothe City Clerk’s Office at the Chillicothe City Hall. Forms must be submitted by […]
The Laredo Board of Aldermen has set its tax rate. City Clerk Ashley Campbell reports the rate is 99 cents per $100 of assessed valuation which is broken down to 69.02 cents for general revenue and 29.58 cents for streets. This year’s tax rate is down one cent from last year’s $1.00 tax rate.
The Princeton City Council approved two service contracts at a meeting Monday. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports the contracts were for a One Man Band for $750 and to Kelly Bertrand for a band for the tractor cruise during Calamity Jane Days. The council adopted ordinances regarding the conflict of interest and a flood […]
The Spickard Board of Aldermen has voted for the city to pay sales tax on June water bills instead of adding it to customers’ July bills. The sales tax was not included on the June bills. A public tax levy hearing was set for the evening of August 13th from 6:30 to 7 o’clock at […]
A jury trial has been scheduled in Daviess County Circuit Court for the former Coffey City Clerk. Online court information shows Mary Lou Browning has been charged with the felonies of stealing–$750 or more, stealing: $25,000 or more, and two counts of forgery. A plea/trial setting is scheduled for December 11th, and the jury trial […]
The Spickard Board of Aldermen approved various actions at its meeting on Wednesday night. The purchase of Missouri Rural Water Association water billing software and a package of postcard paper for $360. Bills went out late this month, but tax was not included. The tax that should have been applied will be calculated and shared […]
The Chillicothe City Council voted to hire four firefighters during an executive session this week. Firefighters hired were Matthew Chaney, Luke Plummer, Zackary Dunn, and James Logan. Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports the city council voted five to zero on the action.
The Princeton City Council agreed Monday evening to contribute to the Princeton Rotary Club purchasing a welcome sign. City Clerk Danette Snapp reports the Rotary discussed a grant they received for approximately $2,600 for a welcome sign, but about $4,100 would not be covered for the sign. Rotary has one year to install the sign, […]
The Trenton City Council last night approved two documents by way of ordinances, authorizing long term financing of sewer plant improvements. One document involves the re-financing of the effluent disinfection project. The other is for the headworks building project. Money is to be borrowed at a lower interest rate of three point six percent; covering […]
The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustments approved requests Monday night. Trenton Deputy City Clerk Tracy Maberry reports the Planning and Zoning Commission approved to go on to the city council a conditional use permit to allow for the purchase of property, use as a primary residence, and operation of an Airbnb […]
The community of Cainsville plans its annual 4th of July celebration with numerous events scheduled July 5th, 6th, and 7th at the Cainsville Ball Park. Events open July 5th with an appreciation supper sponsored by the Farmer’s Bank. Free will donations will be accepted for the smoked pork chop meal. Music is at 6 o’clock […]
The Spickard Board of Aldermen took action on several matters at a meeting this week. One action was paying Robert Payne for three and a half hours at $10 per hour for time previously worked checking pumps and making repairs. Payne was approved to perform future sewer repairs as needed at a rate of $10 […]