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HERMANN — Gasconade County voters will be asked in April to approve a half-cent sales tax for local law enforcement. An order placing the issue on the April 5 General Municipal Elections … more
HERMANN — The attorney for the Gasconade County Commission Thursday morning repeated his earlier advice cautioning county administrators from committing a minimum amount of General Revenue Fund … more
HERMANN — The plan to seek Gasconade County voters’ approval of a sales tax dedicated to local law enforcement was made less certain Thursday morning after the County Commission’s … more
The University Extension Center in Owensville is asking for a slight increase in the assistance it receives from Gasconade County taxpayers. Lydia Arand, the top administrator of the local … more
HERMANN — Arguing that elected officials deserve a pay boost to help offset inflation, the Gasconade County Salary Commission Thursday morning unanimously approved a provision that would enable … more
HERMANN — The first substantive steps have been taken by the Gasconade County Commission to allocate the $2.8 million it will receive in American Rescue Plan Act funding aimed at stimulating … more
HERMANN — The city of Hermann has been named as Gasconade County’s Designated Marketing Organization (DMO), the lead agency for other local entities looking to obtain tourism funding from … more
HERMANN — They don’t know just what they’ll use the money for, or who will get a slice of the $2.8 million allocated to the county, but members of the Gasconade County Commission do … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County officeholders will offer their thoughts about proposed security upgrades at the courthouse during their Nov. 18 gathering for the biennial session of county … more
HERMANN — Although in no hurry to commit to a plan for using its $2.8-million allocation of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money, the Gasconade County Commission might soon begin receiving … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County might become the latest county in the region to upgrade security at its courthouse. County government administrators Thursday morning heard a brief presentation … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators were taken aback Thursday by the interest shown in a bridge project on Valentine Ford Road in the Mt. Sterling area. Nine contractors submitted bids to … more
HERMANN — County Treasurer Mike Feagan was the bearer of bad news at Thursday morning’s session of the Gasconade County Commission. But the bad news was pretty darn good in the overall … more
HERMANN — Just how bureaucracy laden is a local-government public works project? Well, in the case of a bridge replacement on Valentine Ford Road the board holding the various and sundry … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County has a new administrator waiting in the wings to run the Health Department, but agency officials are keeping mum on who the person is. Stan Hall, president of the … more
HERMANN — With filing season for local government offices on the horizon, election officials such as Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow are having to grapple with an increasing amount of … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County government is poised to write a new chapter in its financial history. Barring any sharp drop in the next three months, the county will top last year’s sales … more
HERMANN — A plethora of possibilities are in front of the Gasconade County Commission as it begins considering how to use the $2.8 million the county will receive through the American Rescue … more
HERMANN — With some specific guidance in hand, the Gasconade County Commission now turns its attention to crafting a plan for using  the $2.8-million allotment of federal dollars it is … more
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