The Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant will begin utilizing free chlorine, or a free chlorine conversion, in its water system Friday, September 25th. The temporary changes to water disinfection will last for three to six weeks. The changes will involve feeding free chlorine, instead of chloramines, as the disinfectant leaving the water treatment plant. […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities has provided numbers on how much additional revenue can be generated with proposed increases in water and sewer rates. According to Utility Director Ron Urton, the proposed 15 percent water rate increase is estimated to generate about $303,000 annually. The money would be used to pay for equipment repairs and replacements at […]
Mercer County Public Water Supply District has issued a precautionary boil advisory for customers described as south of Cainsville following a water main break on Monday. Rural water customers within the boundary are advised to boil water until further notice. This includes those within the area, clockwise, Elk Road and Route N on the north, […]
A boil advisory has been extended for Jamesport water customers until Sunday, September 20th at sunset. The advisory was put into place Wednesday, September 16th following repairs to leaks.
Through its Community Improvement Grant Program, GRM Networks positively influences the communities in which it operates. Since 1999, GRM Networks has awarded numerous grants to deserving community organizations in its serving territory. Applications for the second distribution of grants for the 2020 calendar year are being accepted now through November 1, 2020. Grant amounts vary, with […]
The last remaining Missouri Job Center that was closed due to COVID-19 reopened to the public this week to help displaced workers find meaningful employment. The Warrenton Job Center opened Wednesday, Sept. 16. All Missouri Job Centers closed to the public in March when Gov. Mike Parson closed state office buildings due to COVID-19. Reopening […]
A boil advisory has been issued for Jamesport water customers following repairs to leaks in the water system. The advisory will continue until Friday evening, September 18th at 5 o’clock.
The Laredo Board of Aldermen voted Monday, September 14th to start using an online payment option for customer payments. Court Money will give customers an option to pay with their debit or credit cards at missouripayments.com. Customers will have to pay a four percent fee when making their payments, which go to Court Money, not […]
Jamesport residents will see an increase in waste disposal rates. Pat Watkins with R and W Container talked at the Jamesport City Council meeting Monday, September 14th about the need to increase rates. The council accepted the new fees. Residents will see a $1.00 per month raise in rates while the new cost for dumpsters […]
The Spickard Board of Aldermen voted the night of Monday, September 14th to table a sewer ordinance change until next month. City Clerk Amy Chapman reports the ordinance change would involve removing the $10 reconnection fee for sewer only customers. Dropping a lien on Richard Tharp’s property was approved. During a sewer update, it was […]
A Bates City, Missouri, man has been charged in federal court after law enforcement officers seized nearly two dozen firearms and illegal drugs from his residence. Daniel Dewayne Gregg, 57, was charged in a two-count criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Mo., on Friday, Sept. 11. The federal criminal complaint […]
Mercer County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a boil advisory for part of Route U until further notice. The advisory affects customers on Route U from U. S. Highway 136 to Harbor Place as well as gravel roads in between. Mercer County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a boil […]