Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen set tax levy rates; submit multiple claims to Daviess County Disaster Declaration Grant Program

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen set tax levy rates on August 9, 2021. City Clerk Hattie Rains reports the rates were set at $.6438 for the general revenue fund, $.229 for the parks and recreation fund, and $.02 for the band fund. That totals $.8928. The board agreed to purchase a new blower out of […]

Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council approves contract with Mercer County Sheriff’s Department

The Princeton City Council approved a contract with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office and a resolution involving Mercer County Area Development on August 9. City Clerk Cory Willett reports the sheriff’s contract says the office will enforce Princeton’s ordinances. The resolution involved Mercer County Area Development’s Main Street program being approved. The program is in […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve contract with Friends of Gallatin; city crews continue with water and electric infrastructure installation

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved a resolution and two ordinances on July 26. The resolution involved appointing Julia Filley as the city prosecutor at $100 per hour. One ordinance involved entering into a contract for services with the Friends of Gallatin regarding Chautauqua in September. The other ordinance involved establishing a procedure to disclose […]

Generic City Water

Water to be off in Princeton for most of the day; Customers of the Goshen tower asked to conserve water

Water is off for the City of Princeton due to line repair. Deputy City Clerk Lisa Colson reports water is expected to be off most of July 27. The city provides water to Mercer County Public Water Supply District Number 1. The public water supply district asks Goshen tower customers to conserve water due to […]

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Secretary of State announces grants awarded to local governments for records management, electronic records and preservation projects

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Local Records Division is pleased to announce 23 grants totaling $283,584.  These awards include 17 Local Records Grant Program awards totaling $144,809 and 6 Electronic Records Grant Initiative grants worth $139,775.   “My office is pleased to help local communities in our state with records preservation,” Secretary Ashcroft said.  “It’s a […]

New Hampton Receives GRM Grant

GRM Networks awards $3,750 in community improvement grants

GRM Networks awarded a total of $3,750 as part of the company’s Community Improvement Grant program. Organizations receiving funding in the 2021 semiannual distribution included the Missouri organizations of the City of New Hampton, the Princeton Chamber of Commerce and the Bethany Kiwanis Club, and the Leon Little League from Iowa. Through the grant program, GRM […]

Planning and zoning

Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission to recommend approval of use permit for bed and breakfast in former funeral home

The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission voted June 7 to recommend to the city council final approval of a conditional use permit for a bed and breakfast facility. The commission also voted to pass on a report to recommend the designation of the Downtown Historic District as a historic district within the meaning of Trenton […]

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Chillicothe City Council announces personnel actions from executive session

Information has been released from an executive session of the Chillicothe City Council last week. City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports the city council approved promoting paid-by-call firefighter Zach Dunn to a full-time firefighter/emergency medical technician. Katherine Hobbs, Corbin Valdez, Keagan Allen, and Andy McLean were hired as paid-by-call firefighters. McLean had submitted his resignation as […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve setting electric rates

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen this week approved an ordinance and resolution regarding the setting of electric rates. City Clerk Hattie Rains reports the ordinance authorized the city, going forward, to use a resolution instead of an ordinance to set electric rates. The resolution changed the electric rates for citizens and businesses. The rates will […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve ordinance regarding wastewater collection

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved an ordinance on May 10th authorizing the city to enter into an engineering service agreement regarding a wastewater collection system evaluation facility plan. City Administrator Lance Rains reports the agreement with All-State Consultants involved a Small Community Engineering Assistance Program (SCEAP) grant. The company evaluated the infiltration and inundation […]

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Plans for a Sesquicentennial celebration in the works for Jamesport

Plans are moving forward for a Sesquicentennial celebration in Jamesport next year. The topic was discussed during a Jamesport City Council meeting on May 10th. The Sesquicentennial Committee was to hold its first planning meeting on May 11th. Plans for future meetings are to be announced. It was reported last month that the city plans […]

Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council approves contract for bands and change order for water project

The Princeton City Council on Monday, May 10, approved service contracts for bands and a change order for a water project. City Clerk Cory Willett reports one service contract was for the Country Buddies for $900 for the citywide garage sales this past weekend. The other was for the Point of No Return for $1,000 for […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Administrator reports on 17th Street Bridge and proposed improvements at water treatment plant

On top of reports and public comment, the Trenton City Council agenda Monday night only included one topic. No mention was made last evening of the Planning and Zoning recommendations from last week, one to deny a cell phone tower at a specific location in Trenton and the other to approve the downtown historic district. […]