City will continue sewer line work
Layne Inliner will be working to repair sewer lines throughout St. James over the next few months. After using a camera to evaluate the system, problem lines will be repaired with liners that are inserted into the pipes for structure stability, which will help with the bypass elimination plan required by the state.
Independence Day fireworks will be returning to St. James at the Missouri Veteran’s home. Sponsored jointly by the Veteran’s Assistance League and local businesses, the display will be a great opportunity to celebrate the Fourth of July with local residents and veterans.
City approves street paving bids
The St. James City Council took bids for asphalt into consideration during Monday night’s June meeting. Three bids were received for the project, which will be used to pave city streets during the summer months.
Council delays action on $70,000 ultility mapping
Members of the St. James City Council discussed bids received for GIS Solutions during their regular June meeting Monday night. Phelps County has a GIS system in place, but city administrators would like to have an updated city utilities map.
Local man won’t face charges for brother’s death
Authorities ruled that a local man acted justifiably after killing his brother during an altercation on April 17, 2013 in Springfield, Mo. Ryan Storey, 31, of St. James, acted in self-defense, according the authorities, after his brother aggressively threatened him while he was holding his baby daughter. Storey stabbed his brother in the chest with a pocketknife, leading to his death.
The big American flag will again mark the entrance to the annual meeting of members of Crawford Electric Cooperative, set for Wednesday, September 10, at the co-op at 10301 N. Service Rd., between Bourbon and Sullivan.