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Chairmen elected for committees at Trenton City Council meeting; reports presented on cash balances in electric, water and sewer funds

Chairmen were elected for each of the four Trenton City Council committees. David Mlika was re-elected chairman of the administrative committee, John Dolan was re-elected chairman of the finance committee, Duane Urick is the new chairman of the economic development committee. These committees include four members each from the council. Mlika was elected chairman of […]

Trenton, Missouri

Multiple committee meetings for city of Trenton to be held on April 19

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 […]

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Trenton City Council sets salaries and adopt budgets at Monday meeting

Without discussion, the Trenton City Council on Monday night adopted budgets for the city and Trenton Municipal Utilities for the year beginning May 1st. Members of the finance committee have met several times with city officials in recent weeks in developing the two budgets. Salaries have been established by city ordinance for the 2021-22 fiscal […]

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Convention and Visitors Bureau and Trenton Finance Committee to meet this week

Agendas have been set for meetings this week at Trenton for the Convention and Visitors Bureau and for the Trenton Finance Committee to the city council. Both meetings are scheduled for Trenton City Hall and available to view on the zoom web application. Contact city hall to get the identifiers. The convention and visitors bureau […]

Tax Credit

Lawmakers propose permanent tax credit to stimulate development in nation’s underserved areas

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Ben Cardin (Md.) have introduced a measure to permanently extend the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC), which has created jobs and driven investment in neighborhoods with high poverty and unemployment rates. The New Markets Tax Credit Extension Act (S.456) will permanently authorize a 39 percent federal tax credit for […]

Trenton, Missouri

Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission to meet and review ordinance regarding apartments over businesses

Meetings are coming up at the Trenton City Hall and the Trenton Park Department office. The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission has a public hearing tonight at 7 o’clock at city hall to review a section of an ordinance pertaining to apartments over downtown businesses. The review, at the request of the city of Trenton, […]

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Demolition of nine properties main topic of Trenton City Council meeting

Accepting recommendations from the Trenton Building and Nuisance Board, the City Council Monday night approved a list of nine houses to be demolished and the selection of a demolition contractor. Three companies submitted bids including Red Rock of Kidder who had the lowest bid for all nine structures at $42,000. His bid actually was $43,400 […]

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Trenton City Council approves wage increase for police department; approves preparing ordinance calling for “Use Tax” vote

The Trenton City Council Monday night voted to have an ordinance prepared to call for a public vote on a proposed local use tax within the city of Trenton. The council also approved recommended wage increases for the Trenton Police Department in an effort to attract candidates for police officer. Both topics had gone to […]

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Trenton Finance Committee to recommend raising pay of Trenton police officers and dispatchers

The Trenton Finance Committee on Tuesday evening, November 17, 2020, approved recommending to the city council raising the pay of police officers and dispatchers. City Administrator Ron Urton says raises are needed to help attract and retain officers. He reports the recommendation involves raising officers’ pay $3.00 per hour and dispatchers $1.00 per hour. It […]

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Agenda set for Monday meeting of Trenton City Council

The Trenton Administrative, Economic Development, and Finance committees will meet to elect one chairman each before the Trenton City Council meeting at the Trenton City Hall Monday, July 13th. The Administrative Committee meeting will start at 6:30 that evening. The meetings for the Finance and Economic committees will immediately follow the Administrative Committee. All of […]

Finance

Trenton Finance Committee trims proposed budget; deficit reduced to $115,693

Using a combination of adding some revenue and reducing some spending has resulted in an adjustment of over $42,000 on the proposed city of Trenton budget for the one year period beginning the 1st of May. Revisions are recommended in several line item categories as Trenton Finance Committee members and department heads agreed upon reductions. […]

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Trenton city budget fails to pass; finance committee to “sharpen pencil”

Trenton’s’ Finance Committee will take another look at the proposed city of Trenton budget after an ordinance to adopt the budget, failed to get enough affirmative votes during Monday nights’ city council meeting. The city budget shows deficit spending of $158,000 for the one year period from May 1st through next April 30th. The roll […]

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Trenton City Council to consider budgets and proposed raises for city employees

When the City Council meets Monday evening to consider budgets for the city and Trenton Municipal Utilities, the proposed ordinances also establishes employee and officer positions and compensations. Salary increases have been proposed for the 2020-21 fiscal year beginning May 1st. Each of the following is subject to city council approved of the ordinance adopting […]

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Audio: Trenton City Administrator Ron Urton talks wages and raises for city employees

Department heads and Trenton City Council Finance Committee members have been working over the past few weeks to develop budgets for the city of Trenton and Trenton Municipal Utilities. The next fiscal year for 2020-21 begins May 1st. City Administrator/Utility Director Ron Urton spoke Tuesday with Open Line Moderator John Anthony.     The current […]