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Shelbina City Council Discusses Emergency Demolition Situation
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The Shelbina City Council heard City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer explain about a structure that has been put into the “emergency demolition” process, during Tuesday night’s meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Emergency Demolition
   Klusmeyer explained that while there was some workers running a jack hammer with a skid steer at the new Hines Performance Parts location, the southwest corner of the old SMO Hall started to collapse. That allowed the City to begin the ‘emergency demolition’ proceedings on that structure.
   He also noted that the City received transfer of ownership on the next building to the east which was owned by Randy Little. “We will actually have control now over both of those lots,” Klusmeyer explained. He added that he had a person come to town and do an asbestos inspection on both structures on Wednesday, but they haven’t heard any results as of yet. Klusmeyer reported that he heard today that those samples might have gotten lost in North Carolina, and may have gotten mixed up with the hurricane that is blowing through. If they can’t get the samples, they will probably have to come back and get another sample.
   Klusmeyer said that this may slow things down just a little, but the process as a whole will be much faster now that it is deemed an ‘emergency demolition.’
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Windsor Receives “Principal of the Year” Honor at Recent MAOSS Fall Meeting
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South Shelby High School Principal Deacon Windsor (left) was recently named “Principal of the Year” for the Northeast Region at the The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals fall meeting.

South Shelby Principal Deacon Windsor was honored recently at the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals meeting. He was named the High School Principal of the Year for the Northeast Region.
   Windsor serves as secretery/treasurer for the organization. He is in his eighth year as high school principal at South Shelby, and has won similar awards in the past.
   He is known for his “kids first” attitude and is a big promoter of the students and the school. Each month at the Shelby County R-IV School Board meeting, Windsor has typed in his board report that “We have wonderful students and teachers at South Shelby.” He reads this quote first each month before going into the rest of his information.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Meter Installation to Take Place in Shelbina
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The meter replacement portion of the City Improvement project is about to get underway.
   According to Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy, the meters are in and there will be a meeting to kick off the Shelbina City Improvement project on Monday.
   Crews should begin replacing meters on Tuesday. People are currently putting door knockers out to inform people for the first group that will be put into place.
   Lacy said his plan is to have the replacements follow the meter reading books. It won’t be done all in the same month. It’s estimated to take about two months to replace all the meters, if the weather permits.
   He said that when they are in your area and do the service on your house, the goal is to do all three services the same day at realatively the same time.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Fundraiser to be held Sunday in Shelbina
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Sunday for those going on a Philippine Mission trip
   From 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Father Buhman Center in Shelbina, there will be a meal, featuring pork loin, Texas potatoes, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, corn and a drink. There will be a free will donation for the meal. Also raffle tickets will be sold for a Diamond Deploy SB RAK bow package or a Grizzly 40 Cooler.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Four Local People to take Mission Trip to Support Father Dandi
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Father Dandi is shown spending time with the children in the Philippines. He has led movements to provide medical care, clothing and many other necessary items for the less fortunate in his home in the Philippines.

Four local people are going on a mission trip in early January to help a person who made an impact in Shelby County for five years.
   Scott Gough, Tom Balser, Cele Gilbert and Dustin Schaefer are four of 12 people from the Jefferson City Diocese who will travel to the Philippines to help Father Dandi Bermejo with all the things he is doing in his homeland.
   Father Dandi was in Shelbina for five years. In that time he made a big impact on this community, not only with those who attended the Catholic Church, but many others as well.
   He is now a Priest in the Diocese of Kalookan in the Philippines. Father Dandi has always wanted to help the poor people of his home. Many of them are sugar cane workers.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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