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Council Talks Future Projects and Equipment Needs
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The Shelbina City Council and Mayor Al Dimmitt talked with Dennis Klusmeyer, Tim Lacy and Rob Trivette about upcoming projects and possible equipment needs during Tuesday night’s regular council meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Upcoming Projects
   The council listened as Klusmeyer and Trivette talked about several upcoming projects they would like to do this spring and summer.
   Klusmeyer mentioned gas projects at Reid and Myers Streets and another at Spruce and 2nd Street. He said they are putting numbers together for either one of those projects.
   He also mentioned a water project on the east side of town in the Cramer/Central Ave./East Mill area.
   Klusmeyer said that he and Trivette are working on getting information together for a sewer project. They are hoping to meet with Willis Brothers today (Wednesday) for more on that project.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The South Shelby FFA teamed up with ADM and the local Shelby County Food Pantry to write a grant to help families of Shelby County who are in need each month, the South Shelby FFA volunteers at the local food Pantry to help sort and load food for Shelby County families. Chris Wise, local manager of ADM in Shelbina presented a check for $5,000 to the South Shelby FFA members, advisor Allie Foster, and Shelby County Food Pantry representatives: Connie Raymond, Wanda Peart, Martha McClure and Katherine Schlatz.   7971 1608 2/24/2016 hdl

SCED Board Covers Several Items in February Meeting
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The regular monthly meeting of the Shelby County Economic Development Board of Directors was held Thursday, February 18 in the Shelbina City Hall council chambers. Attending the meeting were Kip Pfannenstiel, President; Dave Barton, Vice President; John Malcarne, Secretary; Troy Renner, SCED Director; members Al Dimmitt, Kieth Pantaleo, James Watson and Chris Wise; and guests Glenn Eagan, Tim Lacy and Dick Shively. Absent were board members Matt Barnhard, Joe Berti and Dan Uhlmeyer. President Pfannenstiel called the meeting to order at approximately 6:30 PM.
   A motion to approve the agenda was made by Al, seconded by Dave and approved by all.
   Minutes from the January meeting were not readily available. Renner noted that he wrote a story from the last meeting that ran in all three county newspapers. A motion to waive the minutes was made by Al, seconded by Chris and approved by all.
   On the Treasurer’s Report, the only item of note was regarding the cell phone bill. Renner recently contacted U.S. Cellular and changed the calling plan to streamline better with the actual usage at his office, with hopefully a substantial monthly savings. A motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report was made by Al, seconded by Dave and approved by all.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Filings for the Aug. 2 Primary
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The following are the filings for county offices and political committees that Shelby County Clerk Tracy Smith has received for the Aug. 2 Primary Election.
   Democratic Ticket
   Eastern District Commissioner: John D. Smith, Tom Shively
   Western District Commissioner: Kerry McCarty, Larry Roberts
   Sheriff: Dennis Perrigo
   Coroner: Corey Eagan
   Republican Ticket
   Assessor: Liz Miles
   Public Administrator: Susan Wilt.
   Township Committee Man & Woman
   Clay County: Larry Roberts.
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Windsor Says to Not be Alarmed by Patrols Presence at High School
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South Shelby High School Principal Deacon Windsor reported that representatives from the Missouri State Highway Patrol have contacted the school district and requested permission to have state troopers walk the halls during school hours from time to time.
   He said the patrol has also offered to perform programs about general safety and various state laws as time permits during regular school hours.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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