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Courtwarming is this Friday night at South Shelby. The candidates are pictured above. They are (from left to right) Myah Wegman and Julie Curless, queen candidates, Chase Morrow and Sidney Wear, Mr. Basketball candidates, Phoebe Curless, junior attendant, Brennah Collins, sophomore attendant and Isabella Hutcherson, freshman attendant. Mr. Basketball will be announced at halftime of the girls game and the Courtwarming Queen will be announced at the halftime of the boys game.   7936 1606 2/10/2016 hdl

 
Absentee Ballots Now Available For Presidential Election
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Absentee ballots are available for the March 15, 2016 Presidential Preference Primary Election. The last day to mail out a ballot is March 9, however, voters may vote in person at the County Clerk’s office through Monday, March 14. If voting absentee, you need to come in, or mail in, a letter requesting an absentee ballot be mailed to you. Requests, must have a signature of the voter and indicate where they want the ballot mailed to. Family members may request a ballot be mailed, however for this, the relative must sign in person in the county clerk’s office.
   Important: This is a Primary Election, all voters must indicate which party ballot they would like, Democratic, Republican, Libertarian or Constitution.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina City Council, Mayor and Administorators Discuss City Improvement Project
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The Shelbina City Council had more discussion on the possible city improvement project during the regular meeting on Tuesday night at the Shelbina City Hall.
   City Improvement
   Discussion
   Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer passed out some sheets to council members with savings estimates and other information on it. The numbers he showed the council were quotes from vendors, but they were telephone conversation quotes (rough estimates).
   Klusmeyer said the estimated costs were very similar to what Schneider Electric had come up with.
   He said if they wanted to do a street light replacement project, the replacement of all street lights except downtown ornamentals with LED’s would be an estimated $48,000. The recovery costs is going to fall around 60 percent for energy savings. Once the entire system is converted over to LED, the capital recovery time would be approximately 28 months. He said that would be the fastest return on investment. Klusmeyer noted that the street lights would be reducing kilowatt per hour sales through the electric department. The offset of that is that they are increasing operating capital in the street department because it pays for the cost of the street lights.
   The meter replacement would have a capital recovery of 2 percent, very close to what Schneider Electric had. That is for electric, water and gas.
   That would be a capital recovery, if done in-house, of about $440,000 for 44 months.
   Klusmeyer said it looks as though all the loads are down about 10 percent. If that holds true going into next year’s budget, that could really help. “What I’m finding with the numbers I’ve got is that they are very similar with what Schneider (Electric) estimated. Everything is matching up fairly well and the return on investment is there, should we decide to do something,” Klusmeyer said.
   He also gave an estimated total meter replacement cost of $143,336. It would be $191,660 for ERT modules. Everything could be set in the system for $334,996, according to Klusmeyer. He noted that this is a rough quote from Midwest Meter Co., the same company Schneider was working with.
   He said the facility lighting savings was less than the rest. He came up with a total annual savings of $7,013.79, which was very close to Schneider’s estimates as well. The capital recovery for that would be 8.5 years. He hasn’t gotten into looking at the Wastewater Facility part of the project yet.
   The council, mayor and administrators will continue to research numbers and plan to come back with more discussion on this matter during the first meeting in April on April 12.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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August Primary Election Filing Opens Feb 23
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Just a reminder that filing for the August 2, Primary Election for county offices and for Political Township Committee men and women that are open, the filing begins at 8 a.m. on February 23, and closes March 29, at 5 p.m.
   Those office are Assessor, Associate Commissioners East and West District, Public Administrator, Coroner and Surveyor. Also open are the party representatives for a man and women position for each political township in the county.
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Ladybirds Lose to Monroe City and Palmyra
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Isabella Hutcherson scores two points against Monroe City on Tuesday, February 2.

It was a rough week for the South Shelby Lady Birds as they lost CCC games to Monroe City at home and on the road at Palmyra.
   Monroe City 60
   South Shelby 41
   The Lady Birds couldn’t get anything to fall in the first quarter as they missed outside shots, shots in the lane and free throws. They trailed 7-0 after one quarter of play.
   The Monroe City lead swelled to 11-0 before South Shelby’s first points came on a 3-pointer by Logan Wise at the 6:01 mark of the second quarter. Monroe City pushed the lead to 17-3 before the Lady Birds were able to close it to 21-10 at the half.
   The Lady Birds trailed 28-12 with 5:14 to play in the third quarter. South Shelby would get as close as 12 points away on a 3-pointer by Caitlyn Poore, which cut the lead to 35-23 with 1:29 to play in the quarter, but the Lady Panthers scored the final six points of the quarter to take a 41-23 lead after three quarters of play.
   Monroe City stretched the lead out to as many as 26 points two different times in the fourth quarter as they were able to come away with the win.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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