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 […]
The Trenton Park Board discussed security cameras at a meeting Wednesday evening. Member Gary Schuett did some research into security cameras from Blink. He said he has some installed at his home. Schuett reported one camera with a module to connect to the internet costs about $119. Three cameras are about $329. He thinks it […]
The Trenton Park Board accepted a bid for one playground unit and approved the repair of pool floatables at a meeting Wednesday evening. Miracle Recreation Equipment Company of Monett submitted two bids for a playground unit to replace one at Moberly Park. The equipment price for the item was $13,470.72, and the other was for […]
City Administrator Ron Urton reports the existing change of command will be used, once Tommy Wright concludes his tenure as the Trenton Police Chief. Wright’s last day on the job is Friday, July 6th then, the second in command, Lieutenant Rex Ross will assume duties of the Police Chief, which he did in 2012 when […]
There was no discussion during the public portion of the Trenton City Council meeting earlier this week on the process for selecting the next chief of police at Trenton. Tommy Wright who has resigned from the police chief position effective July 6th attended the city council meeting as the police chief usually does. City Administrator Ron Urton […]
The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce has announced its Chamber “Pillars of the Year.” Former Trenton mayor Cathy Smith and Gary Schuett will receive awards during the Chamber Banquet at the New Hope Training Center March 16th. Chamber President Debbie Carman says Smith and Schuett have been active in the community throughout the years.
An evergreen tree was dedicated and a longtime downtown Trenton businessman was remembered during the Trenton Downtown Christmas activities Saturday evening. Trenton Downtown Improvement Association chairman Dave Bain spoke about Elvin Noel who died last March at the age of 77. Trenton Republican-Times publisher Wendell Lenhart, who is a Trenton Downtown Improvement Association […]