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New Galt City Clerk

The City of Galt has named its new city clerk, who will take over the position when the current clerk leaves in July.
According to information provided by City Clerk Mary Young, the city has hired Ashley Boren of Galt as her replacement. Mrs. Boren, who will continue her duties as Laredo City Clerk as well, will start training immediately in preparation for Mrs.Young’s departure at the end of July.

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Galt Aldermen Discuss Rock, Hold Interviews

The Galt Board of Aldermen met Tuesday evening, discussing rock and holding interviews for the city clerk’s position.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, the board voted to purchase rock for the city streets, with information to be provided when a vendor is selected. In addition, the board held interviews with candidates for Mrs. Young’s replacement and selected a person to fill the position. That person’s name will be announced

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City Council Agenda For March 28

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include an ordinance authorizing an agreement between the city and Andy Kidd for farming of city ground, the adoption of the city and Trenton Municipal Utilities budgets and ordinances that are being adopted due to changes in state regulations, including one that requires candidates for city offices to have

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Princeton Holds Council Meeting

The Princeton City Council on Tuesday night considered two requests to forgive water usage, met with the Princeton R-5 School superintendent and heard about a possible increase in natural gas transportation costs.
According to City Clerk Danette Snapp, the council agreed to forgive a portion of the water usage bill for Circle S Motel, where the increased consumption cannot be accounted for, but chose not to forgive usage at Bristol

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Laredo Aldermen Approved Budget

The Laredo Board of Aldermen met Tuesday evening, approving the 2016 city budget.
City Clerk Ashley Boren said the city approved a deficit budget, which shows anticipated revenues of $176,183.57 and expected expenditures of $180,534.49, for a deficit of $4,350.92. The city ended 2015 with a balance of $12,871.18. Mrs. Boren said the deficit can be attributed to the need to install a new water tower mixer, with the source

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City Council Agenda For Dec. 28

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m., Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of a transfer of money from the utility to the city, discussion of the fire department doing rental inspections and an appointment to the park board.

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Residents Have Chance To Voice Opinion On Smoking Ban

The effect a smoking ban would have on local businesses and individual rights were the main focus of a public hearing held Tuesday evening at city hall, where around 40 persons showed up to express their opinion or listen to the comments on the subject.
The debate was both respectful and thoughtful on both sides of the issue, with some patrons believing that it is up to the individual person

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Spickard City Council Meets

The Spickard City Council met Nov. 3, discussing a request from the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission.
According to information provided by City Clerk Mary Exley, the council approved a request from Green Hills Regional Planning Commission for meter addresses, which will be sent to the RPC. Mrs. Exley has been bonded and her name placed on the city’s banking accounts, with the former clerk’s name removed. A closed session

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City Council Announces Agenda

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include an ordinance authorizing the city to enter into an agreement with the Missouri Department of Economic Development, an ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement between the city and Union Pacific Railroad regarding railroad highway grade crossing closures at N.W. Crane Lane and N.W. 40th St., an ordinance

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