Advocates to MO Legislature: Leave Amendment 1 Alone

Advocates to Missouri Legislature: Leave Amendment 1 Alone

Hands off Amendment 1. That’s the message from supporters of the “Clean Missouri’ ballot initiative to state lawmakers, who begin the 100th General Assembly next week.  The anti-gerrymandering measure passed by 62 percent of the vote in November, but Gov. Mike Parson and several legislators are already calling for major changes.  Joan VonDras with the Sierra Club’s […]

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Trenton City Council overrides Mayor’s veto, hires law firm in regard to land and fire department burn tower

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 […]

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Three file for positions within city of Trenton

Filings continued this morning at Trenton City Hall subject to the April 2nd municipal election. Filing this morning for Mayor of Trenton was Linda A. Crooks of 105 Town and Country Lane. Filing previously for Mayor were Incumbent Nick McHargue and current 2nd ward councilman Larry Porter. The term of mayor is four years long. A […]

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Two file for Fourth Ward Councilman

Two Trenton residents have filed for Fourth Ward Councilman for the April election. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports former councilman Jim Bush and Bob McIntyre both filed for the Fourth Ward Friday. Other filings for the Trenton City Council include Nick McHargue and Larry Porter for mayor, Kenneth Weaver and Glen Briggs for First Ward […]