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Park Board To Allow Public To Cut Some Trees

The Trenton Park Depart-ment will be seeking private citizens who would like to remove trees from two city parks and keep the wood following action taken at Wednesday’s board meeting.
As part of a discussion concerning a new tree plan for the city parks, the board agreed to allow private citizens to remove some of the trees identified in the plan as needing removal in Moberly and Eastside parks. Those

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Park Board Meeting Set For Wednesday

The Trenton Park Board will meet in regular session at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of the Moberly Park Tree Plan and reports from the pool, grounds, finance and rules and regulations of the Trenton ball fields committees as well as a report from Park Superintendent Jason Shuler. The board plans to hold a closed session to discuss a personnel matter.

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Park Board Approves Grimes Field Agreement, Hears TFAC Report

An amended agreement for use of Burleigh Grimes Field was approved by the Trenton Park Board during a meeting Wednesday afternoon, with the board also hearing a year-end report on this summer’s season at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center.
The board approved the amended agreement with the Trenton R-9 School District, which will begin a baseball program in the spring. Under the agreement, the park board will provide facility insurance,

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Park Board Elects Officers, Discusses Drainage Issues

New officers were elected and a drainage issue at Moberly Park was discussed during Wednesday’s meeting of the Trenton Park Board.
Duane Helmandollar was elected president, having taken over that position with the resignation of Don Altes earlier this year. Curtis Crawford was elected vice-president and Andy Cox was elected secretary. A new board member, Mary Peterson, was welcomed.
Board members discussed a drainage issue near the basketball courts at

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Pay Increases Approved For Park Employees, Mower Bid Accepted

Pay increases for additional part-time employees were approved during a meeting of the Trenton Park Board Wednesday night, with the board also accepting bids for two new lawn mowers.
The meeting was held at the Rock Barn, where board members could see the results of the renovation of the restrooms at that facility. The materials for the renovation ended up costing about $7,800, with a portion of those funds being

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Park Board Approves Surplus Budget, Plans Repairs to the Walking Trail

A budget that includes funds for repairs to the walking trail was approved by the Trenton Park Board Wednesday evening at a meeting that also included an update on the summer ball program being run through the Green Hills Recreation Association.
The budget was unanimously approved and shows expected revenues of $564,024 and anticipated expenditures of $554,696, including a $153,236 payment on the Trenton Family Aquatic Center. That leaves a

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Park Board Agenda For 4-6-16

The Trenton Park Board will meet in regular session at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of park user fees, discussion/approval of the 2016-2017 budget, approval of a metal bid for the shop building, discussion of a water fountain at Moberly Park, discussion of the removal of a swing and merry-go-round at Moberly Park and reports from the pool, grounds, finance and ballfield

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Park Board Looks At Insurance For Use Of City Facilities

Insurance, the upcoming summer ball season and the Trenton Soccer Stars season were the topics of discussion during a meeting of the Trenton Park Board held Wednesday evening.
Following a lengthy discussion with City Attorney Tara Walker on the limitations of the city’s insurance policy and the need for those using city facilities to provide proof of liability insurance, the board voted to enact a policy in which teams participating

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TBA, Regulation Ball Fields Are Topic Of Park Board Meeting

The summer ball program was the main topic of conversation at Wednesday’s meeting of the Trenton Park Board, where the future of TBA and the need for regulation baseball fields were discussed.
Curtis Crawford, who is the chairman of a committee tasked with establishing rules and regulations for the Trenton ballfields, presented information on a fee structure that changes the cost of playing from a “per-player” basis to a “per-game”

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