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Search for City Administrator, Clerk Progresses

Administrative Advisor Phil Tate told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their March 23 meeting that he will begin the process of vetting and scheduling the interview process for both the city administrator and city clerk positions. There are seven applications for administrator and seven for city clerk.

Police Chief Mark Richards submitted a report on activity from March 9-23 with the following reports taken and tickets given: 1-Animal control

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Options Presented to Reduce Cost of Water Plant

Andy Macias of Snyder and Associates presented a list of options for reducing the cost of the proposed new water treatment plant for Gallatin during a work session held March 18. The options included moving the contact basins outside and therefore reducing the size of the building, and eliminating some monitoring equipment.

The work session exploring ways to reduce costs of the new water plant was conducted after construction bids

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Republican Dinner and Auction

BETHANY, MO — On March 28 at 6 p.m., the Harrison County Republican Central Committee will host Lincoln Days Dinner and Auction at the Bethany Community Center. Scheduled speakers are Rep. Paul Curtman and District 002 Rep. J. Eggleston. Tickets are $10 per person.

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Winston Trustees Look Forward to Community Events

The Winston Historical Society reported that Jesse James Days is set for July 10-12. More roads may need to be closed than in previous years to make room for vendors. The Historical Society also has two tractor pulls planned.

Other community events noted by the Winston Board of Trustees at their March 2 meeting include a homemade ice cream social hosted by the school PTO on May 7 after the

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Applications Still Being Accepted for City Openings

Gallatin Administrative Advisor Phil Tate reported that seven applications have been received for the city administrator position and six applications have been received for city clerk position. Applications will be accepted for another two weeks and then interviews will be conducted for both positions.

In other business at the March 9 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen, Mr. Tate met with Rotary and discussed placing their flag pole on

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Daviess County Financial Statement (year end Dec. 31, 2014)

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Contracts Coming in for City Openings

Interim City Administrator Phil Tate reported on job applications that have been submitted for city administrator, city clerk and pool manager. Tentative plans are to keep open the administrator and clerk positions for 30 days followed by review and timeline for interviews. Pool Manager applications are due by Feb. 27.

Public Works Director Mark Morey submitted a list of future projects for each utility department, a water loss worksheet on

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Two Shadow Representative Eggleston

Two members from the Gallatin R-5 FBLA chapter journeyed to Jefferson City and visited with State Rep. J. Eggleston during Career and Technical Student Organizations Legislative Day activities. Maria Pizzo and Aubrey Nelson, shown here with Rep. Eggleston, were among club members from throughout the state who visited and shadowed legislators. Becca Wiglesworth from Maysville was also a participant. [submitted photo]

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Phil Tate Will Serve as Consultant During Admin Search

Phil Tate was hired as administrative consultant for a fee of $25 per hour to serve during the search for a city administrator after a closed session during the meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, Feb. 9. The present administrator, Zac Johnson, announced his resignation with his last day being Feb. 20.

City Administrator Zac Johnson announced the pre-bid meeting for the new water plant project would

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