Tag: meeting

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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Brief city meeting precedes election of council members

| November 7, 2017

No old, or new business was to be found in the agenda of the city council, one day before two seats will be filled by special election.

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Full agenda expected at Marshall City Council meeting Monday

| November 6, 2017

Public comment will be taken regarding a few rezoning proposals at the meeting Monday in Marshall.

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Carrollton City Council to meet Monday evening

| November 6, 2017

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. Monday at Carrollton City Hall.

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Chillicothe city officials allow citizen organizations to proceed with projects

| October 31, 2017

Council members discussed a community garden, and city parks support group.

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Carrollton Council says farewell to departing member

| October 17, 2017

A meeting of the Carrollton City Council Monday was the last in October and also the last for one council member.

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Concordia Board of Aldermen scheduled to meet

| October 16, 2017

The Concordia Board of Aldermen will be having a meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the Concordia Community Building.

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Presentation to be made by law enforcement at Lexington meeting

| October 4, 2017

Sure to be discussed, is the potential financial implications of replacing the city police with County oversight.

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