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Shelby County R-IV School Board Approves Resolution for Lease Purchase for the Ballot
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The Shelby County R-IV School Board received a lot of information from Superintendent Tim Maddex about future enrollment, current cost and potential savings as it pertains to future options for the district. It also approved a resolution to accomplish priority capital facilities needs and operating fund needs. This took place during the regular January meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the South Shelby Middle School.
   Resolution for Lease
   Purchase for Ballot
   After a short discussion, the board approved a resolution for lease purchase for the ballot.
   Bruce Johnson of LJ Hart was on hand to go over the resolution and answer any questions anyone may have.
   Maddex recommended that the board approve the resolution, which is being called Proposition K.I.D.S. which would increase the operating tax levy ceiling to $,4,4800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the next 20 years. This will provide funds for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing of a new elementary school and to the extent that funds are available, they will complete other renovations, remodeling and repair improvements to existing facilities, and to meet the additional operating needs of the district.
   The increase would take the levy from $3.75, where it stands currently, to $4.48 per $100 of assessed valuation. The motion was passed by the board with a 6-1 vote, with Jarrell Foreman voting against the measure.
   Future Planning
   Discussion
   Maddex talked to the board about future planning. He talked about possible scenarios to take if the measure doesn’t pass in April. He provided the board members with a lot of information to take home with them to look over.
   The first thing was a sheet that had a space for brainstorming and writing down positives and negatives of leaving the elementary classes the way they are, having combined classes in Clarence, or combining Clarence and Shelbina Elementary students in one location.
   He provided the board with a sheet with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s recommendations for class sizes and enrollments.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Filing Period Comes to a Close for the April Election
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The filing period for the Municipal Election that will be held on Tuesday, April 3. There are many races for county and municipal positions the be decided throughout the county and voters in the Shelby County R-IV School District will be deciding on a measure whether or not to build a new South Shelby Elementary School at the South Shelby location. If this is done, it would close down the two current elementary facilities that are located in Clarence and Shelbina.
   Both Clarence and Shelbina have races for alderman positions and Clarence also has a three candidate race for mayor.
   City of Shelbina
   Incumbent Alan Denham has filed for East Ward Alderman as well as challenger Harvey Skirvin.
   Daniel Dovin has filed for Shelbina City Marshal. Incumbent Jerry Fenton has also filed for Shelbina City Marshal.
   Incumbent Al Dimmitt has filed for Mayor.
   Shelby County R-IV
   School Board
   For Shelby County R-IV School Board, incumbents Scott Gough and Brian Threlkeld have filed as well as challengers Nathaniel Schoonover and Tina Dovin.
   City of Clarence
   For the City of Clarence, three candidates have filed for mayor. They are incumbent James Watson, and challengers Wendy Timbrook and Faith Roemmelt.
   Three people have filed for the two open spots on the Clarence City Board. They are incumbents and Mike Rickerson and Dorothy Lanpher and challenger Latrelle Walker.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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50th Anniversary Celebration for Larry and Rita Homan
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Larry and Rita Homan

Larry and Rita Homan will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, January 20th. They will have a card reception at the Shelbina Senior Center from 2-4 p.m. Please no gifts!   9371 1803 1/17/2018 hdl

 
MFA Oil Foundation Makes Donation to Communities Taking Action
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MFA Oil Foundation donates $2,000 to Communities Taking Action.

The MFA Oil Foundation presented a check for $2,000 to Communities Taking Action to assist with replacing large plate glass windows. Pictured above (from left to right) are Floyd Buckman, Ron Geist, Kelley Webb, Peggy Gaines, Wendy Brumbaugh and Monte Fisher.   9373 1803 1/17/2018 hdl

 
Monroe City Singers to Begin Rehearsals for Spring
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The Monroe City Singers will begin rehearsals for the 2018 Spring Season on Thursday, January 25, at the United Methodist Church at 218 Catherine Street in Monroe City.
   Rehearsals are from 6-8 p.m. and continue weekly on Thursday evenings in preparation for a set of Spring Concert performances to be held the weekend of April 26-29.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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