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Shelbina City Council Discusses How to Crack Down on Dilapidated Vehicles
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The Shelbina City Council went over a list of dilapidated vehicles and talked at length with City Attorney John Wilcox on how to approach this situation. This discussion took place at Tuesday night’s Shelbina City Council meeting at the City Hall.
   Dilapidated Vehicles
   A list of 10 dilapidated vehicles along with pictures and addresses were in the board members packets to go over. Mayor Al Dimmitt asked what stage they were in. Wilcox said the council needed to take a look at them and maybe even drive by and see them in person. Wilcox said he felt like there were some that were decent vehicles and not such a mess, while others were more obvious.
   The City’s ordinance describes dilapidated vehicles as any damaged or disabled vehicle that is considered a nuisance. That is a vehicle that is not registered or is improperly registered, has been inoperable for more than 72 hours, or is such a state of repairs to be inoperable except on the premises of a duly licensed auto repair or sales business or a duly licensed junk yard.
   Mayor Al Dimmitt and the council discussed with Wilcox the best way to approach this situation. They came to the conclusion that if grass and weeds have grown up under and around the vehicle that something has to be done.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Power Pole Replacement to Take Place in Shelbina with 46 Poles Being Replaced
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The City of Shelbina will be replacing a large number of power poles throughout town in the near future. Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer said that he is hoping the actual work will begin sometime next spring.

The City of Shelbina is in the process of getting things lined up to replace 46 power poles throughout the town. The total cost of the project will be $87,500, according to Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer.
   “We’re still waiting on all the paper work to be turned in by Line Brothers (the company who has the bid to do the job), once we get the paper work done, we will get a contract set up with them,” Klusmeyer explained. He said that he is guessing that the notice to proceed on the project won’t come until the spring of 2018.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Clarence Teen Dies in an Accident Near Shelbina
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A picture of a fatality accident on last week’s edition of the Shelbina Weekly, that occurred on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at around 3:17 p.m., involved a Clarence teen.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 18-year-old McKenzie R. Craigg of Clarence, a passenger in the vehicle, died as a result of the accident.
   The patrol said a 2003 Honda Accord was traveing east on Highway 36, one mile east of Shelbina, when it traveled off the right side of the roadway and overturned. Craigg was ejected from the vehicle.
   The driver, 23-year-old Keith M. Bond, of Palmyra suffered moderate injuries and was taken by Salt River Ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital. A second passenger, 19-year-old Donovan Barnes of Palmyra, suffered moderate injuries and was taken by Salt River Ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Three Injured in Two-Vehicle Accident East of Macon
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A two-vehicle accident on Highway 36, at Business 36, two miles east of Macon left three people from Clarence with injuries around 5:40 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 10.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 47-year-old Amber D. Rufener was driving a 2004 Buick east on Highway 36 when a 1998 Toyota driven by 17-year-old Audrey B. Lane was crossing Highway 36, going south, when she pulled into the path of Rufener’s vehicle.
   Rufener suffered moderate injuries and two passengers Slater Rufener, 17, of Clarence and Tadara Rufener, 12, of Clarence each suffered minor injuries.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Hannibal Regional Medical Group in Shelbina recently donated $500 to The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri to benefit the local Buddy Pack program. Buddy Packs are bags of kid-friendly nutrition sent home on Fridays with children who rely on subsidized school lunches. In front, left to right, are Sharon Kohn, LPN, Karen Simmons, LPN and Lyreva Clark, FNP-C. In back, are Brenda Milner, Dr. Michael Tentori, Traci Rich and Steve Yager with The Food Bank. For more information, visit BuddyPacksHelp.com.   9287 1750 12/13/2017 hdl

 
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