WATER QUALITY PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
Part of our continuing effort to distribute high quality potable water, the City of Cuba will conduct a temporary Water Quality Preventive Maintenance Program. The program will involve temporary chlorination in order to optimize water quality within the distribution system. The process will also include flushing of the distribution system to clean the water mains.
Free chlorine generally is used for approximately two months, or until the distribution system has been completely flushed. This process will begin October 21 and the process should be finished approximately mid December.
Chlorine will be added at each well location and will be distributed throughout the entire water system.
During the Preventative Maintenance Program, some customers may notice a temporary taste, color or odor differences in their water. This is a normal component of the process and customers should be reassured that water quality remains safe for drinking, bathing, cooking and other uses. Most customers will not notice any change.
There are three groups of water users that should take special precautions during the Preventive Maintenance Program:
1) Hospitals and kidney dialysis/patients
2) Fish, pond, pool and aquarium/operators, and
3) Some businesses that use water in their production process
Those who fall into any of the above categories are strongly encouraged to seek professional advice concerning removal methods for chlorine from their water supply.
Thank you for your cooperation.
PUBLIC NOTICE/SURROGATE PARENT
All responsible public agencies are required to locate, evaluate, and identify children with disabilities who are under the jurisdiction of the agency, regardless of the severity of the disability, including children attending private schools, children who live outside the district but are attending a private school within the district, highly mobile children, such as migrant and homeless children, children who are wards of the state, and children who are suspected of having a disability and in need of special education even though they are advancing from grade to grade. The public school assures that it will provide a free, appropriate public education (PAPE) to all eligible children with disabilities between the ages of 3 and 21 under its jurisdiction. Disabilities include autism, deaf/blindness, emotional disorders, hearing impairment and deafness, mental retardation/intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairments, specific learning disabilities, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, visual impairment/blindness and young child with a developmental delay.
The public school assures that it will provide information and referral services necessary to assist the State in the implementation of early intervention services for infants and toddlers eligible for the Missouri First Steps program.
The public school assures that personally identifiable information collected, used, or maintained by the agency for the purposes of identification, evaluation, placement or provision of PAPE of children with disabilities may be inspected and/or reviewed by their parents/guardians. Parents/guardians may request an amendment to the educational record if the parent/guardian believes the record is inaccurate, misleading, or violates the privacy or other rights of their child. Parents have the right to file complaints with the U.S. Department of Education or the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education concerning alleged failures by the district to meet the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
The public school has developed a Local Compliance Plan for the implementation of State Regulations for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). This plan contains the agency's policies and procedures regarding storage, disclosure to third parties, retention and destruction of personally identifiable information and the agency's assurances that services are provided in compliance with the General Education Provision Act
(GEPA). This plan may be reviewed at your local public school.
The State Board of Education is required to appoint a surrogate parent at such time as it becomes evident that a child with a disability does not have a parent or a person acting as a parent to participate in matters dealing with the provision of special education. For purposes of surrogate parent appointment, "parent" is defined as a biological parent, a guardian, or a person acting as a parent of a child including, but not limited to, a grandparent, a stepparent, or a foster parent with whom the child lives. The term does not include the State if the child is a ward of the State. The term does not include a person whose parental rights have been terminated.
The Districts of the Franklin Co. Special Education Cooperative are given the responsibility to determine when a child with a disability who requires special education and who resides in the district is without a parent. The district must notify the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education of the need to appoint a surrogate parent. Training for persons serving as surrogate parents will be provided by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the district.
If you are interested in volunteering to serve as a surrogate parent, more information can be obtained from the district's surrogate parent contact person - the person responsible for the district's special education program.
This notice will be provided in native languages as appropriate.
For more information you may contact your school's Director of Special Education.
Crawford Co. R-I (Bourbon)
Ms. Erin Altemeyer
Franklin Co. R-II
Mrs. Kathy Vandegriffe
Gasconade Co. R-II (Owensville)
Mrs. Robi Pennock
Mrs. Julie Conner
St. Clair R-XIII
Ms. Melissa Huyser
Mrs. Christina Harbour
Mrs. Bethany Deal
Crawford Co. R-II (Cuba)
Mrs. Vickie Gorsuch
Strain Japan R-XVI
Mrs. Anita Studdard
Mrs. Jeannine Berti
Spring Bluff R-XV
Mrs. Kristina Studdard
Mrs. Christina Cornick
Mrs. Missie Evert (K-12)
Meg Vogel, (ECSE)
Franklin Co. Special Education Co-op
Mrs. Cheri Fortney (K-12)
Ms. Cindy Edwards (ECSE)
Oct. 17, 2019
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PHELPS COUNTY, MISSOURI
DAWN KIMBERLY GREEN
Case No. 19PH-CV01552
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The Court hereby orders that the following Notice of Change of Name be published in the SAINT JAMES PRESS at least once each week for three consecutive weeks:
To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given on October 7, 2019, the Circuit Court of Phelps County, Missouri, entered judgment in Cause Number 19PH-CV01552, changing the name of DAWN KIMBERLY GREEN to DAWN KIMBERLY REMOTTI.
/s/ Mark D. Calvert
JUDGE MARK D. CALVERT
Oct. 17, 24, 31, 2019
IF YOU SMELL A FAINT ODOR OF NATURAL GAS INSIDE YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS:
• Investigate immediately.
• If the source of the odor cannot be located or corrected, call SJMU Natural Gas Department immediately at 263-1645 (24 hours). An SJMU representative will come to your home or business and make an inspection at no charge to you.
IF A STRONG OR PERSISTENT ODOR OF GAS IS PRESENT IN YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS, OR IF YOU HEAR A HISSING SOUND OF ESCAPING NATURAL GAS, FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE.
• Get everyone out of the building immediately.
• Leave the door open.
• Use a neighbor's phone outside the building to call SJMU at 265-7011.
• DO NOT operate any electric switches, appliance controls or pull any electric plugs from outlets.
• DO NOT use the telephone in the building.
If possible, ventilate the building by opening doors and windows at top and bottom.
• Start where the odor is strongest. Do not re-enter the building for this procedure.
CALL 811 BEFORE YOU DIG
Whether you are building an addition, laying out a patio, planting a garden, or just digging a post hole for a mailbox. DO NOT DIG THROUGH THE NATURAL GAS SERVICE LINE. To avoid distruption of service, personal injury and expensive repair: Call 811, your local MO one call service. The SJMU will mark the "approximate location" of their underground lines and advise you there are no facilities in the area. "Approximate location" is defined by Missouri law as a strip of land not wider than the width of the underground facility plus two feet on either side hereof. If a gas main is exposed during digging, call SJMU at 265-3777 or 265-7011. Proper attention to the pipe that has been exposed can prevent problems later.
The City of St. James operates approximately 49 miles of natural gas pipeline in its territory. The purpose of these pipelines is to reliably and efficiently deliver natural gas throughout the City's territory for such uses as home heating, cooking and drying clothes. The City of St. James, as of 2008, has approximately 1003 natural gas customers in its system. The City of St. James evaluates the pipeline to ensure safety and security through a variety of measures, including inspection, public education programs, pipeline markers, facility mapping, leak surveys, patrolling, pressure monitoring, ordorant checks and liason with public officials.
If you smell Natural gas call
SJMU 265-7011 or 265-3777
CALL 811 before you dig!
St. James R-I School District
Greenhouse Construction Bid Notice
The St. James R-I School District is accepting sealed bids for constructions at the St. James High School, St. James, Missouri. Bids shall be marked “Greenhouse Construction” and placed in a sealed envelope, addressed to Wes DeLuca; St. James R-I School District; 122 E. Scioto; St. James, MO 65559 on or be-fore 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at which time all bids shall be opened.
More information concerning the bid specifications may be ad-dressed by contacting Wes DeLuca in the St. James R-I Admin-istration Office. The St. James R-I School District reserves the right to reject any and all bids.