The Camdenton planning and zoning commission will be meeting tonight (Tuesday) and will be holding two public hearings regarding conditional use permits requested by u.s. cellular. The company is requesting to install new wireless facility equipment at existing facilities. One is on Oklahoma Street while the other is on turner parkway. Tonight’s meeting begins at 5:30 at city hall.
One of the key topics of discussion during Tonight’s (Tuesday’s) meeting of the Eldon board of alderman deals with the subject of bids. The board will consider bids for 200 digital meters and a digital meter reader as well as bids for a coating system for the pool at the aquatic center. The mayor is also expected to talk about surplus bids on vehicles and equipment. In other business the board will consider an ordinance adopting the city’s revised budget for 2015. Tonight’s meeting will be held at the public works building beginning at six o’clock.
The 2015 hazard mitigation plan is slated to be discussed during tonight’s (Tuesday) meeting of the Lake of the Ozarks council of local governments. A hazard mitigation plan is defined as any actions taken to reduce or eliminate the long term risk to human life and property from natural hazards. The meeting will focus on goals, objectives and action items outlined in the original plan. Tonight’s meeting is being held at the mid county fire protection district building on route 5 in Camdenton beginning at six o’clock.
A former food service employee for the Camdenton R-3 school district accused of stealing $127,000 in student’s lunch money over a six year period will be back in court soon. 38 year old Cassandra Franklin of Macks Creek will appear in Camden County circuit court on February 19th for a case review. Franklin is currently out on bail after posting a $7,000 cash bond back in December. She has been charged with felony stealing and if convicted faces 5 to 15 years in prison.
It was a big weekend at one of the lake’s premier attractions. The 13th annual krms/93.5 rocks renew your wedding vows was held again this year at bridal cave. General Manager Steve Thompson says this time they set a new record.
Thompson says in addition to the renewing of wedding vows, bridal cave is a full service wedding chapel that does more than 200 weddings a year. The total number of weddings performed there has now exceeded 3,000.
Reilly says the district’s board of trustees will be further discuss the issue when it meets on Friday February 13th at 3 o’clock. A public hearing on the matter will also be held near the end of the month.