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WEDNESDAY, January 28, 2015 ~ Volume 11 No. 4

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Council Continues to Look at Water Meter Issue
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The Shelbina City Council resumed talks about what to do with the property owned by Vic Wegman that had a water leak, but no master water meter during Tuesday night’s regular meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Water Meter Issue
   Mayor Al Dimmitt, the council and city leaders talked more about the water leak situation. The total cost that Wegman had requested reimbursement on was $418. The City is planning to put a master meter in which will cost $250.
   There are other places in town that have similar situations where there isn’t a master meter, and one needs to be put in.
   This particular situation was in place before Wegman ever had ownership of the property or any of the City workers were in place to know whether or not a meter was in place.
   Councilman Babe Simpson said he wasn’t going to make another motion to have the City take care of this situation. He made that motion in the last meeting and it died for lack of a second. He said he just wanted a answer with a reason backing it up to go and tell Wegman.
   City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer and City Attorney John Wilcox both said that they can see both sides of the issue.
   Under normal circumstances, if a resident or landowner requests a meter put in, that person normally pays for it. The City has agreed to pay the $250 for the meter.
   They will continue to look at other locations with similar situations.
   Street Committee
   Klusmeyer gave a summary on what the street committee decided should be the highest priorities.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

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Bruce Hines received a certificate and pin for 25 years of full time service with the United States Post Office. He has actually worked approximately 32 years total, all out of the Shelbina office. Postmaster Alice Thomas presented the award to Hines last week before he took off on his daily route.  7174

Final List of County Filings
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The following have filed a declaration of candidacy in the Shelby County Clerks office for openings at various political subdivisions for the Municipal Election to be held on April 7. Filing closed Jan. 20.
   Clarence Nursing Home District #3
   One director, district #3 Vote for one, Three year term, Mary Lee Gingrich amd Bev Arnold
   A Non-Election has been ordered for all of the following districts who will resume their positions as if elected:
   Clarence Nursing Home District Board of Directors (Clarence Care Center)
   One Director District #4 Vote for one, Three year term
   Carl D. Langhammer
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Final List of Shelby County R-IV School Filings
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Listed below is the final list of filings for the Shelby County R-IV School Board. The last day to file was Jan. 20.
   For the three year term, Brian Threlkeld, Gary Wear, incumbent Jerry Fenton and incumbent Scott Gough have filed
   For the one year term, Richard Morrow, Forrest Bollow, Nick Broughton, James “Babe” Simpson, Nathan Hillard and Matt Zachariah have all filed.

50 Year Celebration of South Shelby Basketball Set for Friday
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Just like with football, the South Shelby Booster Club will be having a 50 year celebration for South Shelby Basketball this Friday night.
   The teams will take on Centralia, with a JV Boys game beginning at 5 p.m. Soup will be served beginning at 4:30 p.m. and former players and coaches and all members of teams are welcomed to attend.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

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The Shelbina Elementary Students of the Month for January are (in no particular order) Bree Gill, Colton Voss, Carson Gough, Rilynn Schaefer, Katelyn Baldwin, Belle Roush, Crayton Schwieter, Caden Moellering, Ryder Friesz, Ryley Garza, Chevy Simpson and Marisa Rubison.  7178


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