County Commission Weekly Meetings

The Livingston County Commission will continue their meetings with the Townships to discuss tubes and rock. The Commissioners meet Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the Courthouse. Tuesday at 10:00 am, they will meet with Township Board members to discuss Rock and Tube requirements. Thursday at 10:00, they will travel to LIV 503 to look […]

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Livingston County Sheriff’s Report

Several arrests are reported by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. March 3rd,  Shannon L. Buss was stopped in Chillicothe by a deputy, on a fugitive investigation.  Buss was arrested on a Livingston County warrant for alleged Violation of Bond Conditions.  Sheriff Steve Cox says further investigation revealed evidence that deputies suspected of containing drugs and other items, inside an object […]

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Livingston Co. Registered Sex Offender Arrested In Oklahoma

A registered Sex Offender that was supposedly living in Livingston County was arrested in Oklahoma.  Sheriff Steve Cox says 44-year-old Eric Nelson McKinney had registered as a sex offender.  The registration was required following a 2000 conviction in the state of Washington for 3rd-degree child molestation with a 15-year-old girl.  He also had two Missouri convictions for failing to register […]

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Parks Testifies In Election Hearings For Election Legislation

Livingston County Clerk Sherry Parks testified to support provisions of a piece of legislation introduced by State Representative Peggy McGaugh of Carrollton.  Parks supports the large election bill that would repeal the mail-in ballot process established during the pandemic.  She testified for the bill, emphasizing that she prefers voters to come to her office to make sure their votes count: […]

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New COVID-19 Cases Down In February

The number of new cases of COVID-19 in Livingston County was only about 20% of the number for January.  The Livingston County Health Center reports 46 new COVID-19 cases for the month.  That is compared to 242 in January.  The cumulative total at the end of February was 1431. In February, there were seven people from Livingston County hospitalized due […]

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Deadline For Assessment Forms

If you haven’t turned in the County Assessment forms you received at the start of the year, today is the deadline to return them without penalty.  Livingston County Assessor Steve Ripley encourages everyone to get their lists returned to his office before the end of the business day as he has very little leeway on waiving penalties. If you have […]

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