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Local company seeking county's business

    During the week of December 30, Phelps County Commissioners:
    • Heard from Jim Standfast, of Al Shredding, who gave commissioners a presentation of the services offered by the company. Standfast encouraged the commission to consider using Al Shredding as their vendor because they are a local company.

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Extension hosting seminar on Affordable Care Act

How will the Affordable Care Act affect you and your community? The Phelps County University of Missouri Extension office is offering information about the health care law that can help families, individuals and businesses understand their options and responsibilities. 

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2014 county budget amended

    Phelps County commissioners met on December 23 to hold a public hearing on the 2015 preliminary budget. Only the Clerk-elect, Pam Grow, appeared for the hearing, but many amendments were made and approved by commissioners to close out the 2014 budget.

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Taxpayer makes complaints about CR 7130

    During the week of December 18, County Commissioners:
    • Approved the Floodplain Development Application for Edward Williams in the Sugar Tree Development on the Gasconade River. Williams will be rebuilding his home and elevating it in compliance with the Floodplain Ordinance.

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Man arrested for targeting elderly with construction scam

    An area man has been arrested and is currently in jail on charges for allegedly exploiting several elderly Phelps County residents by contracting with them to do construction work that was never completed.

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Bid awarded for bridge work

    The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is moving forward with replacement of the Highway 8 Bridge over Dry Fork Creek east of St. James. Work is slated to take place between January and October 2015.

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