After hearing from Jonathan Eckstein, People Services, June 15, the Clearmont City Council decided to join the Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network plan. Eckstein explained the plan is created for when there is an emergency, members can take advantage of manpower, services and equipment from other members. He also presented the water report noting all routine bacteria
At the June 16 Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate meeting, the senior center improvement committee said the search is ongoing for a mason to give estimates on the crumbling outside facade of the building. Other improvements discussed include the walk-in cooler, parking lot and guttering. No decisions were reached. The senior center fiscal year ends
During the June 28 meeting, the Maryville City Council terminated a development agreement with Harvest Investments’ Vintage Estates, as the company has decided to not continue with the estimated $12 million housing development on North Country Club Road. Last November the council had agreed to annex the rezoned planned unit development property into the city
At the June 16 Nodaway County Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, the decision was made to postpone concrete work at the health center until 2022. The center had undertaken a five-year plan to replace the concrete parking lot surrounding the building. Instead the board has instructed Administrator Tom Patterson to explore fixing or replacing
By Kay Wilson After the June 17 Nodaway News Leader’s article, two representatives from federal officials arrived in the county June 24 to get further information from the county commissioners and staff about the lack of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reimbursement disaster dollars when spring 2019 flood waters took out a bridge in Atchison Township. Matt
MFA Northwest, represented by Craig Wilmes, Conception Jct. manager and Taylor Combs, assistant manager, far right, awarded $2,000 from the MFA Foundation to the Knights of Columbus new hall in Conception Jct. Wilmes’ children, Aubrey and Emma Wilmes gave the check to Ken Henggeler, financial secretary of the Knights. Others present for the photograph are
The Maryville Sharks hosted a home meet, June 26, and competed against teams from Red Oak, IA, and Clarinda, IA.
The Elmo Fourth of July event was filled with fireworks, inflatables for children, greased pig contest and a corn hole tourney. A few of the highlights was the annual breakfast and the parade. Sharron and Larry Ecker were honored by being the parade’s grand marshals. The couple, in their mid-80s, have been married for over
There will be a gathering for Quitman School alumni 12:30 pm, Sunday, July 11. at the United Methodist Church, Burlington Jct. Please bring a dish or two, your own service and a small donation to help pay for use of the building.
The Missouri Job Center-Maryville has new operation hours, from 8:30 to 11:30 am, 12:30 to 4:30 pm, Tuesday through Thursday beginning July 1. The center will have staff available via telephone, Monday through Friday.