The Trenton City Council last night over-rode the Mayor’s veto and selected a special tax attorney to prepare legal documents related to the financing of the fire departments’ burn training tower and land development. The agreement is with the public finance law firm Gilmore and Bell. The company was represented at last evenings’ city council meeting […]
The Trenton Park Board discussed the 2019-2020 budget at its meeting Wednesday evening. President Duane Helmandollar said there might be “a couple of hiccups” for the budget due to the state’s minimum wage increase and sales tax figures for the Trenton Park Department declining the past several years. It was suggested the board might want […]
While no official action was taken, information was presented yesterday to city officials on a study of sewer rates and the progress of the improvements at the sewer plant in Trenton. Attending the workshop were representatives of the Burns and McDonnel engineering firm plus six members of the city council, the mayor, and other city […]
The campground at Crowder State Park west of Trenton will be closed next week. The campground will be closed from Monday morning at 7:30 to Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Concrete work will be completed on the campground road during the closure.
The Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education approved three bids during a special meeting May 31st. The board approved a bid from Lonnie Shrock for concrete work as well as a bid from Ferman Hostetler for remodeling the Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, and art classrooms and from Campione Interior Solutions to update the flooring in […]
The Princeton Board of Education has approved a bid from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company for playground equipment. The bid was slightly over 67-thousand dollars for large structures and a supplemental package of equipment for nearly 15-thousand dollars. The Miracle Company hopes to have the installation completed before school starts. It was the only bidder, although […]