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City of Shelbina Awarded Grant Money
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Kerry Cordray (right) of the Missouri Public Utility Alliance presented a check to Dennis Klusmeyer for the City of Shelbina in the amount of $65,957 to go toward improvements in its electrical system.

The Shelbina City Council held is first regular meeting of the new year on Tuesday night at the Shelbina City Hall. Several items were discussed.
   Grant Money
   The City received a MoPEP grant for electric system upgrades during Tuesday night’s meeting. Kerry Cordray of the Missouri Public Utility Alliance was on hand to present Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer with a check for the City in the amount of $65,957 to go toward the costs of improvements to the City’s electric system. Those improvements will include the City’s SCADA system, which will give more control of electric system.
   “Shelbina’s system improvements are helping the City deliver more consistent and reliable service to customers,” said Duncan Kincheloe, President and General Manager of the Missouri Public Utility Alliance.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Judge Greenwell Addresses City Council
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Shelby County Associate Circuit Judge Mike Greenwell was at Tuesday night’s Shelbina City Council meeting to talk about the Municipal Court, and the recent audit of the system.
   Greenwell said he thought there was a problem, and that’s why he requested the audit. He said the audit itself has caused all kinds of problems for Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy and for Lori Decker, who had to put a lot of time into working with the auditors.
   Greenwell said the auditors had left, then came back for more information. He said he thought the official audit would have been released by this time.
   The City has a draft at this time of the findings, but the official audit hasn’t been released yet.
   Greenwell said he thinks the City has corrected most of the problems. He also noted that with the new computer program that is in place, he thinks most of the problems will be taken care of.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina City Clerk Addresses December’s High Utility Bills
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Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy tried to address concerns that a Shelbina couple had about their utility bill during Tuesday night’s Shelbina City Council meeting.
   Alan and Debbie Denham spoke during the public comment portion of the council meeting.
   Lacy explained that they are in a transition period. He said a couple of things came in to play. Because it’s a transition period and new meters were put in, with the timing, most people had their meters checked five or 10 days later than usual, making a larger time period that was checked. The second part was that December was an extremely cold month.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Updated List of Filings for Shelby County Offices
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es in the Shelby County.
   City of Shelbina
   Jim “Babe” Simpson filed for Shelbina City Council position in the west ward.
   Shelby County R-IV
   Jarrell Foreman
   Kendel Wood
   Neil Roetemeyer
   Aaron Gaines
   The following is a list of persons who have filed a declaration of candidacy in the Shelby County Clerk’s office for openings at various political subdivisions for the Municipal Election to be held on April 4, 2017. Filing closes on January 17, 2017.
   Salt River Nursing Home District Board of Directors (Salt River Community Care)
   One director, district #2 (Largest portion of Salt River East Township, excluding the southern sections) Vote for one, Three year term
   Kathy Lackey
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Weekend Power Outage Caused by a Source Outside the Area
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e county experienced power outages this past Saturday, ranging from minutes, to an hour, to up to as much as eight hours.
   According to Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy, the power outage was due to an issue with Macon Rural Electric Coop’s incoming source. The outage wasn’t just contained to Shelbina homes, or even Shelby County residents, but a large number of people in a wider area experienced the outage.
   Power outages, especially in extreme weather conditions, are never good, but the problem was apparently fixed and things are back running as normal.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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