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Commission Distributes Highway 36 TDD Revenues to 911 Project and Individual Towns
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The Shelby County Commission is using the majority of the funds received from the dissolution of the Highway 36 Transportation Development District to pay for needed upgrades to the Shelby County 911 program.
   Presiding Commissioner Glenn Eagan said that the 911 upgrades cost $199,741.64. Of that total cost, the commission is receiving a couple of grants that will help cover that cost. A grant from Enbridge Pipeline for $11,847 covered the costs of the call recorder and logging system, which was part of the upgrade project for 911. A second grant of $27,400 will be coming to the commission from USDA to put toward the project. He said they don’t have the $27,400 at this time. They are in a line of about 70,000 for a System for Award Management (SAM) number. Once they receive that number the funds should arrive in a couple of months.
   The total of the two grants that will be received will total $39,247, which brings the total out of pocket cost of the project to $160,494.64.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Hydrants Tested and Marked Throughout the City of Shelbina
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The fire hydrants in Shelbina have been identified, tested and marked based on their flow rate.

You may have noticed the highly reflective labels on the fire hydrants throughout the City of Shelbina. According to Assistant Fire Chief Alan Wilt, they are to help identify the best hydrant in all locations.
   Wilt said all the hydrants thorughout town have been tested and marked with a certain colored lable, depending on its individual flow rate. Blue is the best, green is second best, orange is third and red is the final color.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Police K9 Unit Tracks Down Missing Child
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The Shelbina Police Department’s K9 Unit was able to locate a missing child in Shelbina just after midnight on early Sunday morning.
   According to Shelbina City Marshal Jerry Fenton, a lady was unloading her vehicle at the Shelbina North Apartments and when she got in to her apartment, realized her five year old son wasn’t in the apartment with her.
   She called 911 at 11:48 p.m. They arrived at 11:51. The Highway Patrol and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department also arrived quickly. Fenton said he was contacted.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelby County Clerk Reminds Everyone About Absentee Voting Opportunities
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The last day to register for this election is July 11, 2018. Voters who are 17½ years of age, may register to vote.
   Absentee voting
   is in process
   You may vote absentee, in person, in the County Clerk’s Office or if you are unable to come to the courthouse, you may request an absentee ballot be mailed to you. For those on vacation, hospital, disabilities, etc.., Mailed requests must have the voters name, address, reason for voting absentee (example: out of town on Election Day) where to mail the ballot to. It must be signed by the voter and it must indicate which party ballot (Democrat, Republican, etc.) that you are wanting. Persons who are a relative of a voter, may appear in person at the county clerk’s office and sign a request, for a ballot to be mailed to a voter.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Contestants Needed for the Shelby County Fair Events
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With the Shelby County Fair just around the corner, the Shelby Co. Fair Board is looking for contestants for the Little Mr./Miss Shelby County Contest.
   It will be held Tuesday, July 10, at 6 p.m. preceding the Shelby County Fair Queen Contest. Contestants must be kindergarten graduates (entering first grade) living in Shelby County. The contest is informal dress, and there will be a short practice on Sunday, July 8, at 5:30 at the fairgrounds.
   If interested, please attend the practice. If you want to participate, but cannot attend the practice, call Erin Gill at (660) 676-9687 (if no answer, leave message). See you at the fair!
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