Livingston County Budget Available For Review

The 2022 Livingston County Budget includes total funds available of $16.6 million dollars and expenditures totaling $13.7 million.  The budget was presented in a public hearing Thursday morning, with no one from the public in attendance. Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas talked about some of the highlights in this year’s budget. Douglas says the budget reflects increases in salaries. The Salary […]

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Livingston County Commission Meetings

The Livingston County Commissioners will discuss Health Insurance and hold a public hearing next week.  The Commissioners meet Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the Courthouse. Tuesday, the commissioners continue with the budget reviews.  At 10:00 am, the commissioners meet with Howard Danzig to discuss health insurance. Thursday at 10:00 am is the first of […]

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Livingston County 2022 Budget Hearings

The Budget Hearings that must be held before final approval of the Livingston County Budget have been scheduled.  County Clerk and budget Officer Sherry Parks says the first budget hearing will be held on Thursday, January 20th.  The public hearing will take place in the commission room of the courthouse at 10:00 am.  Parks will review the budget message, the […]

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Water & Electric On County Commission Agenda

The Livingston County Commissioners will handle water and electric matters as part of their upcoming meetings.  The Commissioners meet Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the commission room of the courthouse. Tuesday at 9:30, they will meet with a representative of Farmers Electric Cooperative.  At 10:00 is a hearing for the Missouri Clean Water Commission regarding “Perched Water.” Other […]

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First Livingston Co. Budget Hearing Complete

The first reading of the Livingston County Budget was held Tuesday morning.  The budget developed by the County Commission and Budget Officer Sherry Parks includes a carryover from 2020 of $3.5 million, revenues of $8.4 million, and expenditures of $9.49 million. Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas says this is a conservative budget. Douglas says the reserves are important. The County will […]

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Livingston County Budget Reviews And Hearings

The Livingston County Commissioners continue the budget review process as they prepare the 2021 County Budget.  The budget includes all departments and several special funds within the county.  The county commission also hears requests from other groups. The commissioners have scheduled three meetings for the week of January 11th.  They include Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday starting at 9:30 am in […]

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East Locust Creek Reservoir Continues Through Permit Processes

A study on the impacts and alternatives to the East Locust Creek Reservoir (ELCR) were completed by as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).  This was a supplemental study to the Environmental Impact Statement completed in 2006 and is required to meet the current United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) requirements. […]

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