Indian Rock Subdivision Sewer Line is Nearly Complete

City of Laurie Public Works Director Ed Young reported to the Board of Aldermen that the Indian Rock Subdivision sewer line is nearly complete. Lines, installation and encasements are finished. Crews will fill the line with water and pressure test, next week, before starting home hook ups. Board members approved the department accepting a donated emergency siren from L and B Electronics and will discuss funding for installation in Ozark Meadows once Young has costs for the pole, radio control box and electricity. He estimated it would run about five thousand dollars. The Board approved Peggy Huffman’s appointment to the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission.

Camdenton Board of Aldermen Approve Five Year Plan of Projects

The Camdenton Board of Aldermen approved their five year capital improvement projects plan at this week’s meeting. Projects with priority include: finishing the master plan and runway extension for the Camdenton Memorial Airport, setting aside funds for a recreation center, drilling a new rodeo well and purchasing a new one ton truck and snow plow for the street department.

Civil Air Patrol Setting Up Shop in Morgan County

A new tenant is moving into the old Dornan Chevrolet building on North Fisher Street in Versailles. The Morgan County Commissioners approved allowing the Civil Air Patrol to use the building as squadron headquarters and training facility. The organization will pay all utilities at the site and provide general upkeep and maintenance. Captain William DiMarsico will submit an application for a squadron charter today. They will be known as the Morgan County Composite Squadron. Their mission is emergency service and disaster response, aerospace education and cadet programs. Once the charter is granted, the nine senior members and two cadets will begin recruiting more members and start programming.