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City Will Ask For Tax To Pay For Replacement Of 17th Street Bridge

The Trenton City Council, at its meeting on Monday night, will be asking members to approve an ordinance that would place a transportation sales tax issue on the ballot to fund replacement of the 17th Street Bridge.
According to the announced agenda for the meeting, the city is asking that voters consider a one-eighth of a percent sales tax that would generate the city’s portion of the cost to replace

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Nursing Home District Board To Ask For Levy Increase

The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors met on Tuesday night, hearing proposals for food service and agreeing to place a tax levy increase on the April 4 ballot.
According to Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Administrator Donita Youtsey, the board agreed to ask voters in the nursing home district to once again consider a 15-cent increase in the district levy to provide additional funding for facility improvements,

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Building Board Meets On Monday

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23 at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of a nuisance affecting health at 1310 E. Eighth St., a declaration of nuisance at 1719 Oak St., a public hearing on properties at 817 E. 19th St. and 2323 Webster, discussion of the 2016-17 demolition program and an update on

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Finance Committee To Meet

The Finance Committee of the Trenton City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at city hall.
Members are scheduled to continue working on the 2017-18 city and Trenton Municipal Utilities budgets.

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IDC Annual Meeting On Monday

The Grundy County Industrial Development Corporation will hold its annual meeting at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23 at the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce office.
There will be an election of five individuals to serve a three-year term on the board. Nominated for the positions are Delvin Wilford, Jackie Soptic, Scott Wilson, Diane Lowrey and Dr. Paul Cox. Following that meeting, the board will meet to elect its officers

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Advocacy Center Board To Meet

The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center Board of Directors will hold its quarterly governance meeting at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at the office in Trenton.
Items on the agenda include policy additions and revisions, VOCA funding, the 2017 Standards for Accreditation, operating and agency improvements, the MEM audit and fundraising strategies.

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Clean Water Initiative Is Rotary Topic

Rotary International’s Clean Water Initiative was the topic of a program presented by Andrea Merrin during Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Mrs. Merrin, who was also the program chairman, told how the clean water initiative is one of six initiatives supported by Rotary and that the need for clean water, as well as sanitation, is at the center of those programs. She said there are many under-developed countries

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Area Menus Week of Jan. 23-27

S.M. RISSLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Breakfast
Monday-Cereal, whole wheat toast, mandarin oranges, juice, milk.
Tuesday-Frosted cinnamon pop tart, peaches, juice, cereal, milk.
Wednesday-Cheesy bacon eggs, toast, pineapple, juice, cereal, milk.
Thursday-Breakfast pizza, fruit cocktail, juice, cereal, milk.
Friday-Buttermilk biscuit, sausage gravy, pears, juice, cereal, milk.
Lunch
Monday-Chicken and noodles, buttered carrots, hot roll, pears, milk.
Tuesday-Mr. Rib on bun, broccoli, scotchy oatmeal cookie, pineapple, milk.
Wednesday-Ravioli, buttered corn, one-half sunbutter sandwich,

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TMS Sending 12 To County Spelling Bee

Photo Courtesy of E’Lisha Gass
Fifth grade winners in the TMS Spelling Bee were, from left, Maddy Couey, first; Victor Markell, runner-up; and Bradyn Sager, alternate.

Photo Courtesy of E’Lisha Gass
Sixth grade winners in the TMS Spelling Bee were, from left, Sarah Washburn, first; Sarah Gayhart, runner-up; and Summer Ceradsky, alternate.

Photo Courtesy of E’Lisha Gass
Seventh grade winners in the TMS Spelling Bee were, from left, Tabby Couey,

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