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2016 Tax Sale Notice

Daviess County publishes the 2016 Tax Sale Notice, describing lots and lands for delinquent taxes to be sold Aug. 22 at the county courthouse in Gallatin. Click here to see the 2016 listings: Tax Sale Notice

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Winston contracts for shutoffs discusses dog problem, considers holding facility

A motion carried to contract Bud Potts at $150 per hour to install sewer shutoffs during the meeting of the Winston Village Board of Trustees held May 2.

Terry Caldwell approached the board to ask if the grader operator would clear his front ditch to allow water to flow correctly. After discussion, the board agreed to allow Kelly Ebbert, street maintenance, to clear the front ditch at the resident’s home.

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Cupola building coming into focus, water plant out for bid

City Administrator Tony Stonecypher provided an update from the Cupola Building Committee to the Gallatin Board of Aldermen at their meeting on April 25.

The committee, appointed by Mayor Barb Ballew, is focusing on ideas to revitalize the property located on the northeast corner of the square. The committee requested clarification from the aldermen about its role. The aldermen’s response is as follows: to provide ideas/plans to preserve the building;

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Pattonsburg accepts bids, engraved bricks may become flower beds

The Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen accepted bids on a mower and a sewer lift station during their meeting held April 11. Terry Implement’s mower bid was accepted at $6,799 and Allied Systems, Inc. proposed estimate for a lift station was accepted at $46,342.

In other business at the April meeting, May 16 was set for spring clean-up.

Richard Mooney turned in his resignation, due to lack of time to perform

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Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder seeks nominations for 2016 Veterans Service Award

Award recognizes Missouri veterans for their volunteerism

Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder is seeking nominations for the 2106 Lieutenant Governor’s Veterans Service Award, created to recognize Missouri veterans who provide volunteer service to their communities.

“Many of our state’s veterans, who selflessly served their nation, continue to provide invaluable service to their communities through their volunteerism,” Kinder said. “This award gives me the opportunity to recognize and honor our great

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PSC sets intervention deadline in Roeslein Alternative Energy Services case

Roeslein Alternative Energy Services, LLC (RAES) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission asking the Commission to either decline jurisdiction, or in the alternative, grant RAES a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct, install, own, operate, maintain, control and manage a gas gathering system facility.

RAES is an affiliate company to Roeslein Alternative Energy, LLC (RAE). According to the application, the mission of RAE is to

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Winston City Minutes

Winston still seeking bids for park mowing, sewer shutoffs.

One sealed bid was received for mowing of the park but was rejected due to price during the meeting of the Winston Village Board of Trustees held April 4.

No bids were received for a contractor to install sewer shutoffs. The clerk will post openings in public places and online in order to receive more bids.

During public comments, Dalton Ragan,

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New 911 system to be installed in April

At their March 31 meeting, Supervisor Dana Carder advised the Daviess County Central 911 Board that the new 911 system was due to be installed on April 28. There will be three training sessions on how to use the new system, one session for administration and two sessions for dispatchers.

When a landline call arrives at the 911 answering point, special computer software uses the telephone number to retrieve and

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Gallatin fire report

The Gallatin Fire Protection District responded to the following incidences during March:

5th at 3:33 a.m.: Motor vehicle accident no injuries on Hwy. O south of Hwy. 6;

6th at 1:03 p.m.: Medical Assist at 20399 Nickel Avenue;

8th at 10:46 a.m.: Dispatched and canceled enroute to 502 S Main;

10th at 11:37 p.m.: Smoke scare, odor of smoke, not steam at 304 N Main;

15th at 10:58 a.m.: Medical

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City accepts bid for two streets to be repaired

Street Repairs bids were discussed during the meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held April 11.  Herzog’s bid for Mill Street for $117,864 and Keller’s bid for Clay Street for $108,420 were accepted.

Public Works Director Morey provided another quote for an AMI meter reading system through HD Supply.

The board requested a rough estimate on upgrading the 2400 loop. Morey’s rough estimate is $75,000-$100,000. Morey also stated he

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