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Emergency Response Personnel from Several Counties Met in Shelbina on Monday Evening
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Jerry McKenzie of the Lewistown Fire Department is pictured above speaking to a large group of emergency response personnel at the Father Buhman Center on Monday night.

nnel from Shelby, Monroe, Marion and Lewis counties were at the Father Buhman Center in Shelbina on Monday night for a Hazardous Materials Awareness training and meet and greet.
   A meal was served at 5:30 p.m. and the session began at 6:15 p.m. with some comments from Shane Jaeger of the Hannibal Fire Department. Keith Pantaleo of the Salt River Ambulance District and Mary Lu McConnell, Shelby County 911 Director, also spoke.
   Also, there were people from different agencies who had equipment on hand to demonstrate how things worked and the capabilities of this equipment.
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Pictured above is the Hannibal Fire Department’s Hazardous Material Response Unit that was on display in the Father Buhman parking lot Monday evening.   9664 1823 6/6/2018 hdl

 
Shelbina Man Faces Many Charges Including Vehicle Theft After Weekend Arrest
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Ryan Albin

On Friday, May 25, the Shelbina Police Department responded to a vehicle theft near the Shelbina Elementary School. The vehicle being a gold 2008 Buick Lucerne, taken from the 200 block of Myers Street around 7 a.m.
   Six days later on the afternoon of Thursday, May 31, the Police Department was contacted about the vehicle traveling east on Highway 36 near Hunnewell. The Missouri State Highway Patrol located the vehicle near the area of Route K in Marion County.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Pictured above is the vehicle that was allegedly stolen by Ryan Albin. It is a gold 2008 Buick Lucerne, that was taken from the 200 block of Myers Street on Friday, May 25.

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Shelbina City Council Discusses Utility Rates
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The Shelbina City Council, Mayor Al Dimmitt and City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer discussed utility rates during Tuesday night’s meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Utility Rate Discussion
   Klusmeyer went over the proposed utility rate adjustments for the upcoming year.
   With water rates, he showed where the City is today and then compared that to where he wants to go with the rates.
   He said currently the City has a $92,000 deficit in the budget, and with the adjustment would bring it to a deficit of $15,000.
   In the Electric Department he showed the current rate, and then he had a recommended rate. Klusmeyer explained that the residential rate is currently paying a $20 service availability charge and all kilowatt hours after that are on a 12 month rolling average. The current rate today is a little over 10.7 cents. What he is proposing is an adjustment on the three cent margin, which would take it to 10.9 cents.
   He had similar adjustments on commercial and on the 501C3. He noted the same thing with the large commercial customer. With the large industrial customer (Cerro is the only one in this class). They currently have an eight cent utility rate currently. He is recommending adjusting it to slightly.
   Klusmeyer said if you break it down for the entire department it’s a six percent adder on the margin. If you break it down for the total department, it’s about 1 1/2 percent per customer. He said it would be very small. But that increase would get the electric department back into a cash flow position. The rest of the difference will come from reserved balances.
   Klusmeyer and Rob Trivette explained that they have dropped cost at the plant for about $1.15 per thousand. He said operational costs have gone down, but chemical supplies have gone up. He said they have cut production costs about 15 to 20 percent.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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