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Commission Approves Purchase

The Grundy County Commission has agreed to purchase third-party licenses for computers in the Grundy County Assessor’s Office.
According to Grundy County Clerk Betty Spickard, the commission is purchasing the licenses from Apex at a cost of $1,785 and from Marshall and Swift for $128 annually. Mrs. Spickard said the licenses are needed as the county will use that software as it transitions from using two programs, Vanguard and Devnet,

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Light Agenda For Commission Meeting

The Grundy County Commission will hold its regular weekly meeting on Tuesday at the courthouse.
Items on the announced agenda include a meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy at 10 a.m.

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Commission Moves Forward On Roof Replacement Projects

The Grundy County Commission met Tuesday, moving forward on the replacement of the roofs on the courthouse and prosecuting attorney’s office.
The commission has entered into an agreement with Haren Laughlin Restoration for the replacement of the roofs at the courthouse and prosecutor’s office, as well as for masonry work and guttering at the courthouse and lining of the gutters at the prosecutor’s office. The cost of the entire project

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County Commission Meeting

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
Items on the announced agenda include an 8:30 a.m. public hearing to close out the CDBG land use grant, a 10 a.m. meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy and a 1 p.m. meeting with Haren-Laughlin to discuss an estimate for roof repairs.

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County Commission Meets

The Grundy County Commission met Tuesday, making appointments to two boards.
The commission appointed Chris Hoffman, Rick Klinginsmith and Jackie Soptic to three-year terms on the Grundy County Industrial Development Authority. In addition, Jim Moore and Diane Hoppe were appointed to four-year terms on the Senior Citizen Tax Board, while Luke Scott was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Tara Walker, who resigned from that board.
In addition, the

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Commission Meeting Tuesday

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
The only item listed on the announced agenda is a 10 a.m. meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy. All three commissioners plan to attend the Missouri Association of Counties meeting in Columbia Wednesday through Friday.

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Commission Planning To Attend Great Northwest Day

The Grundy County Commission will not hold its regular meeting next week.
The commission plans to attend Great Northwest Day at the Capitol on Tuesday in Jefferson City.

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Ambulance Rates Increase

The Grundy County Commission approved an increase in rates charged for using the county ambulance service during its meeting on Tuesday.
This is the first time rates have been increased since Jan. 2008 and the decision was made after looking at what other area counties are currently charging. The new rates (with the old rates in parentheses) include Advanced Life Support Non-Emergency, $425 (unchanged); Advanced Life Support Emergency, Level I,

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Commission Approves 2015 County Budget

It was good news again at the end of 2014 for the Grundy County Commission, which saw a projected deficit budget end with a surplus. The chances of that happening again this year are slim if the figures approved this morning hold true.
The commission unanimously approved the 2015 budget following a public hearing held this morning. While a $246,265 deficit had been projected for 2014, the county actually ended

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