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LEPD Training Held at Crop Production
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Crop Production hosted a training exercise that was put on by the Local Emergency Planning District. The event was held on Thursday evening, Sept. 14 at the Crop Production location just east of Clarence.

A training session was held recently at Crop Production Service’s location east of Clarence. The event was put on by the Local Emergency Planning District (LEPD), which covers Monroe, Marion, Ralls and Shelby Counties.
   Shelby County Presiding Commissionre Glenn Eagan explained that all the people who have chemicals stored at their facilities pay a fee to the state each year. That money is then dispersed back to the county for training purposes. Thursday night’s training was a part of that process.
   “All the firefighters, ambulance personnel and any emergency people from the four counties were invited to attend,” Eagan explained.
   Scott Drey, who is employeed by Crop Production Service in Iowa and is a Operation Compliance Manger, was the speaker at the event.
   A meal was provided by Crop Production Service. Eagan said a total of 86 people attended the event.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina City Council Approves Several Upcoming Events
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The Shelbina City Council held a short regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27 covering an varety of items that are taking place, as well as reviewing the budget. The meeting took place at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Public Comment
   Mayor Al Dimmitt and the council were asked by a representative of MECO Management out of Hannibal how the DNR agreement was progressing regarding the elimination of downstream issues. Dimmitt said it’s still an ongoing deal. Trivette said they are still working with DNR.
   Trivette said the City has had a good working relationship with DNR with this situation to this point.
   The MECO representative said that it doesn’t sound advasario and that this isn’t always the case in other communities.
   Knights Of Columbus
   Collection
   Councilman Otto Alber said he had a request from Pat Heathman for the Knights of Columbus to collect funds and pass out Tootsie Rolls on Saturday, Oct. 7 from 9-11 a.m. at the four way stop of Business 36 and Center Street. The council approved the motion to allow this.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Special Election to be Held November 7 in Shelbina
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A Special Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, for residents who are registered to vote in the City of Shelbina. Voters will be asked to vote on a tax that would help fund streets and sidewalk improvements throughout the town. The last day to register, to be eligible to vote in this election is October 11. The only people participating in this election are registered voters inside the City of Shelbina.
   Absentee voting will begin on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 and run through Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:00.
   Absentee voting can be done in the County Clerk’s office or you may also send a signed letter, requesting a ballot be mailed to you.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The Shelbina Arts Council was recently awarded a U.S. Bank Community Foundation Grant in the amount of $1,400. Pictured above (from left to right) are Dr. Jim Foster, Co-President of The Shelbina Arts Council with U.S. Bank employees Jordon Hinshaw, Emily Maddex, Tiffany Schwada, and Judy Dimmitt.   9105 1739 9/27/2017 hdl

 
Character Counts Program
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Seniors Lily Wegman and Phillip Hercules spoke to the 5th grade classes in Shelbina (pictured) and Clarence on Friday, September 22, as part of the Character Counts Program, sponsored by the Shelbina Weekly. They spoke about the transition from elementary school to middle school. Afterwards, they passed out cards of themselves and signed them for the kids.   9106 1739 9/27/2017 hdl

 
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