The Board also approved a budget amendment to pay for a fourth ramp at Nichols Road, as part of the Highway 54 and Osage Beach Parkway Road Improvement Project and approved a stop sign for the intersection of Laguna Beach Drive and Sycamore Valley Drive.
Developers are expected to buy the former High Pointe Shopping Center, this month, and proceed with construction for the new Dierbergs. The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen approved an ordinance allowing the city to issue notes in connection with the five million dollar Tax Increment Financing Agreement. Board members also approved an ordinance that sets up a payment plan for the Osage Beach Fire Protection District, which will receive 50 percent of the taxes generated within the Dierbergs TIF agreement property.
The Versailles Park Board announced the city’s new aquatic center will open Saturday, May 28th. Pool hours will be 11am to 6pm, Monday through Saturday, and one to four on Sunday. Most swimmers will pay three dollars for the day, with reduced rates for seniors and young children.
Time is running out for state legislators to strengthen anti-bullying policies. Morgan Keenan with the Missouri Safe Schools Coalition says there was solid bi-partisan support early in the session, but bills that were introduced never made it out of committee.
Miller County reports sales tax receipts are running slightly ahead of last year, at this time. They’re 60-thousand dollars higher than 2010 and 42-thousand dollars more than the first quarter of 2009.
22 year old Adam Hammond from Climax Springs man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for enticing a minor for illicit sex and receiving child pornography.
The Camdenton Board of Aldermen received a list of proposed capital improvements for their five year and long range plans, at their last meeting. They include 240-thousand dollars set aside for the Recreation and Community Center, 20-thousand dollars to construct a nine hole disc golf course, an environmental assessment for the Camdenton Memorial Airport runway extension, and a new rodeo well, including a generator backup at 350-thousand dollars. The items were compiled from survey results and other means. Board members say they’ll present the lists to all the departments before voting to accept them as goals at their June meeting.