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Legislative effort to limit revenue would not affect Hermann Municipal Court

Posted on December 18, 2014 at 7:51 am

Another feather in Hermann’s hat: The amount of the city’s General Revenue generated by its Municipal Court already is far below what would be a much-lower amount under a bill pre-filed in the Missouri General Assembly. Sen. Eric Schmitt, R-St. Louis County, is seeking to limit the amount of revenue a city can earn from its municipal court to only 10 percent of the total city operating budget. The limit

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  • Winners named in the Amtrak utility box decorating contest

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 1:40 pm

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    This past summer, the city of Hermann approached the Hermann Garden Club to help it design and landscape the exterior of the new train station. The Garden Club, working with Ben Laboube, director of Hermann Parks Department, City Administrator Mark Wallace and Creekside Nursery, completed most of the job this past fall. “One of the last tasks to complete the project was to decorate the big, ugly utility box that

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  • Gasconade County 911 panel could take another step toward consolidation

    Posted on November 4, 2014 at 1:25 pm

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    Emergency dispatching services in Gasconade County could move a step closer to consolidation this week  if 911 officials place a couple Hermann-area services under the Central Dispatch umbrella. Hermann Area Ambulance District Chief Doug Clark, one of the seven members of the Gasconade County 911 Central Dispatch Board of Directors, confirmed that an effort likely would be made this month to move ambulance service — and possibly fire service —

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