Tag: Administrator

Chillicothe Council entertains request for funding by County

| November 14, 2017

CHILLICOTHE, MO – A request by Livingston County officials was met with hesitation by the Chillicothe City Council. At a council meeting Monday night, city officials considered sharing the cost of a higher resolution aerial mapping of the city, in conjunction with the county. The $54,000 price tag would be split with the city contributing […]

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Sedalia interim administrator to take on position in official capacity

| November 8, 2017

In closed session November 6, the Sedalia City Council worked out the terms of an agreement with Kelvin Shaw to serve as City Administrator.

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Glasgow official suspended amid questions over allegations

| October 24, 2017

Atwood will be suspended with pay for 30 days, according to the council’s judgement.

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First council meeting attended by new city administrator

| August 29, 2017

CHILLICOTHE, MO – Administrator, Darin Chappell was present at his first official council meeting August 28. Chillicothe city officials approved two new acquisitions for the fire department.  A presentation was made to council requesting funds for the purchase of air cylinders and accessories.  A large portion of the funding would be reimbursed through a grant.  […]

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Odessa mulls utility rate change in case ballot measure fails

| March 28, 2017

The city will ask voters’ permission, April 4, to sell the water and wastewater systems to the nation’s largest public utility, American Water.

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NEWSMAKER — City Administrator says insurance should cover storm damage

| March 24, 2017

The city of Odessa received direct damage from a tornado during storms in early March.

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Baton passed to new Odessa administrator

| January 24, 2017

Also discussed, was the recently problematic lagoon drainage project with contractors.

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Odessa to appoint administrator, finalize initiative to sell water utility

| January 10, 2017

At a meeting of the Odessa Board of Aldermen Monday night, a split vote was tallied in favor of a ballot initiative to sell the city water systems.

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City of Higginsville presents service awards

| December 6, 2016

Also on the agenda was the resolution of a potential conflict in a work agreement with City Clerk Jeanette Dobson, who will take over as City Administrator upon the retirement of Lee Barker.

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