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HERMANN – Gasconade County Commissioners are requesting the public’s input before they move to lower speed limits on all county roadways. Commissioners are considering requests to … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County’s government’s bank account grew a good bit larger this month with the arrival of the largest monthly General Fund Sales Tax check ever received. The … more
HERMANN — Even though Gasconade County government is receiving an attractive interest rate on its investments, County Treasurer Mike Feagan wants to convert an upcoming Certificate of Deposit … more
HERMANN — Preliminary work for the installation of an elevator in the Gasconade County courthouse could begin in the next couple months with the project expected to take three months — … more
HERMANN — Ironic, perhaps, that the Gasconade County Commission heard from a prospective new civil engineering firm on the morning the final closeout action was announced for the new Valentine … more
HERMANN — Months after the bridge itself has been built and weeks after a nagging problem with standing water at the site has been dealt with, Gasconade County administrators Thursday still … more
HERMANN — Putting an elevator inside the Gasconade County courthouse is prompting the County Commission to find a new location to conduct its business each week. The location of the … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators will consider adding in next year’s operating budget a third gravel road to receive a chip-and-seal upgrade, a move that would be made possible … more
HERMANN — After pausing to take a breath in May, Gasconade County’s General Fund Sales Tax roared back strong this month to what could be another record-setting pace for the year. … more
HERMANN — A divided Gasconade County Commission Thursday morning settled on the county government projects that will use the bulk of the remaining $2.4 million of American Rescue Plan Act … more
HERMANN — Holding true to form, May’s General Fund sales tax check broke the monthly trend and came in lower than amounts received in the first four months, but the year-to-date total … more
Gasconade County government officials are continuing to be surprised by the amount of money being generated by the Use Tax, a source of funds that has yet to be tapped to help pay for operations. … more
HERMANN — Two weeks ago the Gasconade County Commission appointed new Hermann City Clerk Corey Orr to the regional planning agency’s Gasconade Valley Enhanced Enterprize Zone (EEZ) Board … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators are hoping to buy a new piece of equipment — called a Road Groom – to help with the problem of potholes and washboarding on gravel roads. … more
Residents of Old Woollam Road north of Owensville have edged closer to seeing their county road upgraded from gravel to a chip-and-seal coating. A contingent of residents left Thursday … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators might be faced in three years with the task of actively looking for someone to be the next prosecuting attorney, according to Prosecutor Mary Weston, … more
HERMANN — With long-awaited cost estimate numbers in hand, the Gasconade County Commission last week moved a step closer to decisions regarding an elevator at the courthouse and allocating … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County government revenue remains strong as the calendar moves into the second quarter of 2023. Through the first three months of this year, the county’s General … more
HERMANN – The Gasconade County Commission Thursday morning split in a vote on who should pay to correct a design flaw at the site of a new bridge recently built on Valentine Ford Road. The … more
HERMANN – Remember those new doors ordered in 2021 for the Gasconade County courthouse, the ones equipped with an automatic opening device aimed at preventing the spread of COVID? Well, the … more
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