There are two meetings scheduled for Tuesday evening, May 18, 2021, at the Chillicothe City Hall. The Railroad Advisory Board will meet at 5:15 with an agenda that includes the Yellow Creek watershed. The Historic Preservation Commission for Chillicothe meets at 6:30 Tuesday night. Topics are listed as Chillicothe Baking Committee and the status of […]
The agenda has been released for a meeting on Tuesday evening of the committee that oversees Trenton Municipal Utilities. Besides department reports and the directors’ update, topics include discussion with Allstate consultants; a proposal from RS Electric; upcoming projects; and a review of the hot/cold weather rule as it applies to Trenton Municipal customers. The […]
The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing regarding a bed and breakfast. The hearing will be held at Trenton City Hall on June 7th at 7 pm. The Planning and Zoning Commission will hear a request from Dewayne Slater in care of Jason Lassiter for a conditional use permit to allow […]
The Chillicothe Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will discuss a Simpson Park playground project. The board will meet at the Chillicothe City Hall on May 17th at 5:15 in the evening. The agenda also includes volunteer groups and a director’s report.
Among action taken at a meeting Wednesday evening of the Spickard Board of Alderman, a hay bid was accepted from John Wagner of Tindall. Council members gave their approval to purchase a chain saw, a weed eater, and the oil mix needed for each. A financial report also was approved. The Aldermen decided to advertise […]
The Trenton Convention and Visitors Bureau will discuss policies and procedures on May 13th. A meeting will be at the Trenton City Hall at noon. It will also be available on Zoom at us02web.zoom.us/j/84632269296. Other items on the agenda include a request for proposals for branding and an email address.
The Trenton City Council will consider an ordinance involving refunding certificates of participation. The council will meet at the Trenton City Hall Monday night May 10, 2021, at 7 o’clock. The meeting will also be live-streamed on Zoom. The City of Trenton is looking to refinance three long-term loans to get lower interest rates and […]
The Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri provides various services in the Green Hills area. One of those services is the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which helps households in need with utilities. Executive Director Chris Small reports Community Action works with more than 40 utility vendors. Some of the vendors are municipal […]
The Livingston County Commission will attend meetings and open bids next week. The commission plans to attend the E911 meeting at the Chillicothe City Hall on May 11, 2021, at 10 o’clock in the morning and the Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting at the Livingston County Health Center of Chillicothe on May 13th at 1 o’clock […]
The Trenton Park Department is accepting bids for the playground border at Van Meter Park and the replacement of the Eastside Park entrance sign. Sealed bids will be accepted at the Trenton City Hall until May 19th at 2 p.m. Contact Park Superintendent David Shockley for more information at 660-359-2004. The City of Trenton reserves […]
The City of Chillicothe has several opportunities for residents to serve on advisory boards. There are openings on the Planning and Zoning Board, Board of Adjustments, Railroad Board, Historic Preservation Commission, and Parks and Recreation Board. Chillicothe advisory board members are paid $35 per meeting attended. Interested individuals can pick up a board volunteer form […]
The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board and City Council will meet next week. The Building and Nuisance Board will discuss several properties at the Trenton City Hall on April 26th at 6 p.m. The meeting will be on Zoom at us02web.zoom.us/j/88439856846. Of the properties to be discussed, three are listed under the declaration of a […]
The Jamesport City Council on April 19th approved purchasing fireworks and set the time for the city’s sesquicentennial celebration. Five hundred dollars worth of fireworks will be purchased for an Independence Day celebration scheduled to be at the city park on July 5th. The city council agreed the best time to hold the sesquicentennial celebration […]
Several Trenton city committees will meet at the Trenton City Hall on the evening of April 19th. The Administrative, Economic Development, and Finance committees will each hold an election of a chairman. The Administrative Committee meeting will start at 6 o’clock. The Economic Development and Finance committee meetings will follow. The Trenton Utility Committee will […]
Main Street Chillicothe will hold the Annual Wine Walk and Concert next month. The wine walk will be on May 14th from 4:30 to 7:30. Check-in will be at Main Street Chillicothe at 514 Washington, and participants will be given a wrist band and a map. The SoulRoot band from Holt Summit will perform at […]
The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission will hear a request regarding wireless coverage and discuss a proposed Downtown Historic Preservation District. The commission will hold a public hearing at the Trenton City Hall May 3rd at 7 o’clock at night. KGI Wireless, in care of Verizon Wireless, will request a conditional use permit to allow […]
The Trenton City Council will consider an ordinance adopting an amended budget as well as other ordinances next week. The council will meet at the Trenton City Hall April 12th at 7 o’clock at night. The meeting will also be available on Zoom at us02web.zoom.us/j/87879251004. The ordinance involving the budget would be for the fiscal […]
There is controversy in northeast Missouri’s Hannibal over the city council’s efforts to change the town’s 100-year-old animal ordinance. WGEM’s Frank Healy reports from City Hall. Hannibal Mayor James Hark tells our Quincy affiliate WGEM that the current ordinance talks about how to auction cattle off if they’re found roaming around Hannibal unclaimed.
The community of Gallatin will hold a bulk trash pick-up the week of April 19. Waste collectors will stop by curbs at addresses to collect large household items and bulky materials, with a weight limit not to exceed fifty (50) pounds. Gallatin residents are asked to place those bulky items in front of the home […]
Citing possible public perceptions, and not wanting to see a budget document that has a $600,000 spending deficit for the next year, the Trenton City Council Tuesday evening voted to reject the proposed amended budget and requested another revision that can be voted on at the next meeting. On a separate matter, approval was given […]