This year’s passport to the parkway, which is an effort to promote businesses on the west end of the Grand Glaize bridge, was one of the topics of discussion during last night’s (Thursday) meeting of the Osage Beach board of alderman. Board member Phyllis Marose with the passport to the parkway committee tells us about this year’s spring event and the upcoming fundraiser scheduled for next month.
Marose says organizers are very pleased with the outcome of last year’s event.
During last night’s meeting, the board approved the cleaning of the bluff drive water tower which is expected to cost around $33,000 dollars and should be finished by May. Improvements to Aver road, which was damaged during the mace road sewer project was also approved as was a change order with Ameren for work at the Lee C. Fine memorial airport. The board also approved the purchase of a crack seal machine, snow plow, a tractor, road striping equipment and cranes for trucks in the public works department.