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Spickard Council Sets Special Meeting

The Spickard City Council will meet in special session at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of the wastewater project and a Missouri Department of Natural Resources multi-discharge variouance. An executive session, closed to the public and news media, will also be held involving a personnel matter.

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Laredo Aldermen Approve Tax Rate

The Laredo Board of Aldermen met on Wednesday night, approving the tax rate for 2015 as well as an ordinance for personnel.
According to information provided by City Clerk Ashley Boren, the board approved an ordinance setting the tax rate at $.9965 on the $100 of assessed valuation. Of that total, $.6977 is for the general fund and $.2988 is for the street fund. This rate is slightly higher that

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Laredo Aldermen Close Road, Alleyway

The Laredo Board of Aldermen held a meeting on Wednesday evening, voting to close a section of road and alleyways.
City Clerk Ashely Boren said the board voted to close a section of Highland Avenue as well as alleyways between Grand Avenue and Oakland Avenue. The areas to be closed were already impassable, but no official action had been taken. A landowner in the north part of town plans to

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Princeton Council Approves New Budget

The Princeton City Council approved its 2015-2016 budget during a special meeting held Wednesday evening.
City Clerk Danette Summers said the new budget will go into effect May 1 and although figures on anticipated revenues and expenditures were not available this morning, she indicated that city had a balance of $1.486 million as of the end of March. Ms. Summers said the council approved an average 4 percent raise for

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Council Overrides Veto, Abolishes Board of Public Works

The Trenton City Council voted to abolish the Board of Public Works during a special meeting held this morning.
The vote was 6-1 to override Mayor Dr. Nick McHargue’s veto of the measure, with First Ward Councilman Allan Quilty voting against it and Third Ward Councilman Travis Elbert absent. Members of the council voiced concerns about the 2015 budget process and the need to manage the utility in such a

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Two Seeking Fourth Ward Council Position

Editor’s Note: In an effort to provide information to local voters regarding the April 7 election, the Republican-Times has asked each candidate for contested Trenton City Council races to provide information about themselves. Today’s story features candidates for the two-year fourth ward position.

Jim Bush
Jim Bush is seeking his fifth term as a councilman from the fourth ward.
A native of Trenton, Bush served 22 years in the U.S.

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City Council Approves Bids, Ordinances

The Trenton City Council approved two bids and acted on six ordinances during a meeting on Monday night at city hall.
On a vote of 8-0, the council approved a bid from Kevin Ireland to hay ground owned by the city at a cost of $12.50 per bale. It was the highest of three bids received.
Approved on a vote of 7-0, with councilman Kenneth Ewing abstaining, was a bid

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Galt City Council Meets

The Galt City Council held a meeting Tuesday night, but took little action.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, the council voted to pay the bills, but no other action items were acted upon. The next regular meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10 at city hall.

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Little Action At Laredo Meeting

There was only one action item at a meeting of the Laredo City Council held Wednesday evening.
According to information provided by Laredo City Clerk Ashley Boren, the board approved an ordinance that allows the city to forgo an election if the number of candidates filing for office equals the number of seats that are to be filled by the election.
The next regular board meeting is scheduled for 5:30

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