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Council OKs Ordinance Change To Allow Alcohol Sales At Fair

On a 5-3 vote, the Trenton City Council has approved an amendment to the city’s open container ordinance, allowing alcoholic beverages to be served in the grandstand area during the North Central Missouri Fair.
During Monday night’s council meeting, members held a brief discussion concerning the change, which specifies sales and consumption only during the fair as well as the sales and consumption taking place in a fenced in area

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City Council To Meet On Monday

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a resolution supporting the efforts of Trenton Grundy County, LP to obtain financing through the Missouri Housing Development Commission for the rehabilitation of 40 units located on Lord Street, an ordinance amending the city’s open container law regarding alcohol during the North Central Missouri Fair, an ordinance

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City Council Sets July 14 Meeting Agenda

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a resolution showing support of Gov. Jay Nixon’s vetoes of bills that would have diminished voter-approved municipal sales tax revenues, forcing cuts to essential local services for Trenton residents, an ordinance authorizing the execution of an order of consent between the city and the Missouri Department of Natural

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Laredo Council Sets Salary

The Laredo City Council met Tuesday evening, approving an ordinance to set a salary.
According to City Clerk Ashley Boren, the council passed the ordinance, which sets the salary of maintenance employee Larry Marrs at $12 per hour. The next regular board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11.

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Spickard, Galt Councils Meet

The Spickard and Galt city councils held meetings Tuedsay evening, with the Spickard council approving an increase in water rates and the Galt council not taking action on any items.
The Spickard Council approved a 5 percent increase in water rates up to 5,000 gallons, with the increase effective on the July 25 bill. The council also decided to mow the properties in which the owners have not responded to

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Granddaughter On Honor’s List

The granddaughter of Trenton residents has been named to the spring semester dean’s list at Iowa Wesleyan College in Mt. Pleasant, IA.
Lauren Pawling, daughter of John and Lisa Tabbert Pawling, was named to the list for her academic achievement. She is the granddaughter or Ron and Kathy Tabbert of Trenton, Dorothy Taul of Trenton and John and Debbie Pawling of Kirksville. Her great-grandparents include Arvilla Tabbert and Betty Taul

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City Will Pursue Wal-Mart

Community Developer Ralph Boots was given the go-ahead by members of the Trenton City Council to pursue efforts in getting a Wal-Mart in the community.
During Monday night’s council meeting, Boots reported on a conversation members of the Economic Development Committee had last week concerning the possibility of contacting Wal-Mart officials about considering Trenton as a future location. At that time, committee members decided to table the issue until Boots

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Building Board Sets Limit For Demolition Help

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council held public hearings on five properties that have been declared a nuisance during a meeting on Monday night at city hall.
The five proprieties will all have “findings of fact” filed with the court as the next step in getting the properties taken down. The list includes 119 Kavanaugh, owned by Laura Pina; 427 W. 13th St., owned by Joseph

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Building, Nuisance Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a public hearing of declaration of nuisances for properties at 119 Kavanaugh, 427 and 431 W. 13th St., 3915 Oklahoma Ave. and 506 Grundy; declaration of nuisance at 1214 Shanklin Ave.; discussion of 2014-15 demolition projects; and an update on current structures and nuisances.

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