(Updated September 14, 2017)
Two bills fail, smoking ordinance debated again
OSAGE BEACH – It’s unusual that the Board of Aldermen will
say no to a bill that is brought before them but last week they did just that –
twice – and neither bill had a chance.
The first failure came with Bill Number 17-64: “An Ordinance of the City of Osage Beach, Missouri, authorizing the Mayor to execute contract OB17-018 with Vance Brothers for the Parkway West Micro-Surfacing.”
Nicholas Edelman, Public Works Director, explained the project in his report to the board.
“This project is to Micro Seal Osage Beach Parkway West of the Grand Glaize Bridge…The City has been trying to improve the maintenance of Osage Beach Parkway after accepting it from MoDOT. The citizens and business owners commented during the Osage Beach Parkway West Study that they would like the roadway maintained. We have increased the mowing on the parkway this year. This project is the next step we planned on taking in terms of maintenance. Microseals generally last 5 to 7 years. We have had good luck with seal coats in the past.”
A discussion began on the difference in micro-sealing and slurry seal with micro-sealing a step above a regular slurry seal, a city spokesman told the board.
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MSHP: No fatalities
LAKE OF THE OZARKS – The Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) has
released the traffic and boating figures for the Labor Day Weekend
period and there were no drownings during that holiday.
CAMDENTON - The city has once again addressed the issue of a sign ordinance.
Chamber seeking nominees for 2017 Chamber Awards
LAKE OZARK - Do you know a business, organization, or individual that
goes above and beyond to contribute to our community?
Then consider recognizing their efforts by nominating them for one of the Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Chamber Awards.
The Lake Area Chamber will recognize individuals, businesses, and organizations in five categories: Distinguished Citizen of the Year, Young Professional of the Year, Small Business of the Year, Large Business of the Year, and Non-Profit of the Year.
Nominees for the Small Business, Large Business, and Non-Profit categories must be a Lake Area Chamber member in good standing.
Nominees for the Young Professional of the Year must be part of the Lake Area Chamber’s Young Professionals at the Lake, and must represent a Lake Area Chamber member business in good standing.
Nominees in the Distinguished Citizen category must live or work in the Lake area, and show commitment and outstanding service to the community through the contribution of ideas and initiation and completion of projects for the betterment of the community.
The winners of the 2017 Chamber Awards will be recognized during the Lake Area Chamber Annual Fall Dinner on Friday, October 27, at the Lodge of Four Seasons. All nominations must be submitted by no later than Friday, September 15.
For more information, or to submit a nomination, visit their website at
www.lakeareachamber.com, or call the Chamber office at (573)
Sponsors needed for October CADV brunch
LAKE OF THE OZARKS - The 16th annual Citizens Against Domestic Violence Brunch will be held October 17, 2017 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at The Lodge of Four Seasons Campana Hall in Lake Ozark.
Business and individual sponsorships, and restaurants to serve food are needed to make this event a success.
The theme this year is “Favorite Sports Team.” About 400 people are expected to attend the event which includes a buffet of what the best Lake-area restaurants have to offer.
Each year, table sponsors go all out to decorate tables according to the theme. The program includes victim testimonials and information about how CADV helps victims in the Lake of the Ozarks community.
Mike Clayton, of Mike & Stacy in The
Morning on Mix 92.7, will EMCEE the event. The Brunch coincides with October's
Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Sponsorships for the brunch are available. A $1,000 Platinum Sponsorship level includes a reserved table (eight tickets), access to being first in line for the food and a bottle of wine.
Platinum Sponsors will be recognized in
pre-event promotions, will have a logo displayed at the brunch as well as be
recognized prominently at the event.
A $500 Gold Sponsor will receive a table at the brunch (eight tickets), have a logo displayed at the brunch as well as be prominently recognized at the event and in pre-event releases to local media.
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