City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council table “right of way” agreement with MoDOT, discuss generation of power at Monday meeting

The Trenton City Council on Monday night tabled an ordinance, approved a resolution, accepted a bid, and agreed to buy a riding lawnmower locally. More details also were presented on TMU’s use of diesel generators during the cold weather. The council voted to table a “right of way” agreement between the city of Trenton and […]

Natural Gas

Natural gas customers in Princeton may end conservation efforts and return to normal usage

The city of Princeton reports natural gas customers can resume their usage at normal levels. The city previously requested during the recent extreme cold weather, that customers conserve on natural gas usage. The city of Princeton wants to thank customers for their energy conservation efforts. Governor Mike Parson says his office has been contacted by […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council agenda includes agreement with MoDOT on right-of way of Business 65 and Oklahoma Avenue

The Trenton City Council will consider an ordinance that would approve an agreement with the Missouri Department of Transportation accepting right-of-way per a July 22nd, 2019 agreement. The ordinance involving right-of-way being deeded to the city for portions of Business 65 and Route AA (also known as Oklahoma Avenue, East 28th Street, and Princeton Road) […]

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Biden backs reparations study, as House Democrats push for commission

(Missouri Independent) – The White House on Wednesday indicated that President Joe Biden would support studying reparations for slavery, the same day that House Democrats held a hearing on legislation that would set up a reparations commission. But White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stopped short of saying Biden would sign the bill under consideration […]

Princeton Missouri School District Website

Princeton Board of Education accepts resignation, presented reports on COVID-19 funding and grant applications

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education heard reports on COVID-19 funding and grant applications on Monday evening, February 8th. It was reported the Consolidated Appropriations Act involves a COVID-19 relief package, which includes $81.9 billion to governors, state and local educational agencies, and institutions of higher education to address COVID-19-related expenses and costs. That funding […]