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Winston Busy Testing and Fixing This Spring

A list of delinquent customers was left with the city clerk by the utilities clerk.

All Winston sewer equipment is working well.

Ordinance enforcement officer reported on dog and property issues that are on watch, as well as contacts and plans. The report included a threat by one property owner who has dogs in violation.

The siren was tested and worked well.

A water line froze up at the park.

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City of Pattonsburg Receives Restitution for Missing Funds

Finalized litigation on missing funds has been settled and restitution has been made the City of Pattonsburg by a former employee in the amount of $2,768.79.

In other city business at the April 13 meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen, the board agree to pay Bob Hildreth, the city’s water/sewer operator and maintenance person, $15.50 an hour based on a 52 hour week.

Kendra Comer will receive a portion

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‘The Coffin Before the Mule’

St. Gabriel Cemetery approved, squared away for local monastery

On May 7, the Daviess County Commission approved the establishment of St. Gabriel Cemetery for a Serbian Orthodox monastery which was recently established in Daviess County.

This was a necessary step for the Holy Archangel Michael and All Angels Skete Monastery, in order to get things squared away for a burial that had already been completed on monastery land on April

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Join the Fiesta During Nursing Home Week May 11-15

DCNR residents celebrate National Nursing Home Week.

Gallatin Mayor Barb Ballew has issued a proclamation asking the community to come show their appreciation for the nursing home residents at Daviess County Nursing and Rehab, especially during National Nursing Home Week May 11-15. The theme is “Bring on the Fiesta!”

Activities for the week are: Monday – Proclamation and Balloon Release; Tuesday – Piñata and fried ice cream sundaes at 2

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City Continues to Whittle Water Plant to Size Within Finances

Andy Macias of Snyder and Associates presented requested changes made by the City of Gallatin for the new water plant, which brought the projected costs to within the limits the city would be able to operate under with available funds, during a special meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held May 11.

Snyder and Associates was authorized to prepare a memo to the United States Department of Agriculture, Community

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 12, 2015.

Private cemetery established on monastery land (see this post for a discussion with Father Alexii)

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Father Alexii Altschul from Holy Archangel Michael and All Angels Skete, a monastery recently established in Daviess County, came to discuss a private burial plot on property in Colfax Township. There was discussion as

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City Will Meet with Water Plant Engineers

Refinance of electric bond fizzles

City Administrator Tony Stonecypher will be setting a special meeting up with the engineers on the new water plant project during the week of May 11.

“The meeting will cover the latest round in our efforts at getting costs for the water plant down to a manageable level,” Mr. Stonecypher said.

Mr. Stonecypher met with Charlie Zitnik with D.A. Davidson regarding the refinancing of the

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Winston Receives Mowing Bids, Two Accepted to Board

Three bids were received by the Winston Board of Trustees during their April 6 meeting to mow and maintain the park. The bids were in the amounts of $40, $37.50 and $50 for each mowing/maintenance. The lowest bid, which was from Cy Uthe, was accepted.

Financial: The board approved the income and expense report; the YTD financial report; a special tax list; and paid bills.

Utilities Clerk Amber Curtis provided

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Stonecypher Hired as City Administrator

Tony Stonecypher has been hired to serve as Gallatin City Administrator and is set to start on Monday, April 20.

Mr. Stonecypher received his education at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and Missouri State University in Springfield.

His experience includes managing cities in Texas and Iowa, but primarily in Missouri, including Bethany. He has extensive experience in managing water and sewer departments and has managed the

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