Two Ordinances For Airport Are On Trenton City Council agenda

The Trenton City Council will consider two ordinances as part of their meeting Monday. The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm at Trenton City Hall. Under public comment, Kevin Neff will provide information about a trailer. The ordinances presented for consideration include: For a consultant agreement for engineering services for the airport projects. For the approval of the State Block […]

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Crowder State Park Presents “Bats”

A program on bats will be featured at Crowder State Park near Trenton on August 24th. The program starts at 8:30pm at the Park’s Campground Amphitheater. During the program, Crowder State Park Staff will share interesting facts about bats, which are flying mammals. The staff will also talk about the bats that make the park their home. Participants are encouraged […]

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More $ for Trenton Home Demo

In a continued effort to help clean up run-down homes in Trenton, the City Council approved increasing the amount of Trenton’s City cost share contribution to property owners. City officials feel their residential home demolition project is not getting as much participation as hoped for. The city will now increase their cost share part to of demolition up to half […]

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Explorer Hour at Crowder State Park

Weekly “Explorer Hour” programs will be hosted by Crowder State Park Staff, each Saturday in August. The program will start each Saturday at 10:00 am. Those interested are encouraged to meet the park staff at the campground amphitheater to explore a short section of trail. Participants are encouraged to bring water, wear comfortable hiking shoes and appropriate clothing for the […]

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Trenton Airport Improvements

The Trenton City Council approved some steps regarding changes and upgrades at the Trenton Airport. The Trenton council reviewed qualifications for Engineering services at the Trenton Airport. City Administrator Ron Urton says the council approved the same company used in past projects. Urton talks about the planned future upgrades at the Trenton Airport. The project will replace the current T-Hangers, […]

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Trenton Electric Rate Study

Electric rates in the City of Trenton will be reviewed in the near future. The Trenton City Council approved a contract with Toth (TOE-th) and Associates for an electric rate study. City Administrator Ron Urton says the study is long over due. No timetable has been announced for the study or the release of the findings of the study.

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New Billing Company for Trenton

Trenton Utility bills will now be sent out by an outside company. The Trenton City Council approved hiring an outside company to handle the billing and mailing of city utility bills. City Administrator Ron Urton says this will be a cost and time savings measure. He explains how it will be an improvement over the current method. Urton says the […]

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Griffin Promoted in Trenton Electric Dept

The City of Trenton will soon have a new Electric Distribution Supervisor. Brad Griffin will be promoted to the position effective September 1st. Griffin will fill the position vacated by Mark Newton, who will retire August 31st. The Trenton Council approved the promotion which includes a $3,000 per year pay increase and an additional $1,500 after a six months probation […]

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Paint For A Cause – Trenton

Area residents will have the opportunity to be a part of Missouri History when “Paint for a Cause” art project comes to the Missouri Days Festival in Trenton in October. The state wide project is a 15-panel mural that will be on display in the Truman Building in Jefferson City when Missouri celebrates its 200th birthday in 2021. Trenton’s organizer […]

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