The Palmyra City Council is in the early stages of preparing a tentative budget for fiscal 2017 fiscal, which begins May 1.
The Marion County Commission took steps Tuesday to update the Sheriff's Department fleet of squad cars. The vehicles will be acquired from Lovegreen Motors of Palmyra at prices specified through a state bidding program.
The Hannibal Board of Public Works' diesel generator project is underway, and the expected completion date is in April, which would be before peak spring and summer energy use.
A Keokuk, Iowa, firm has been awarded a contract worth nearly $485,000 to repair some equipment at Quincy's wastewater treatment plant.
Hannibal residents soon will have a maximum of 10 days to remove commercial, unlicensed or junk vehicles from residential neighborhood streets and lawns.
Planning for the celebration of Hannibal's bicentennial in 2019 is underway, but without a formal Bicentennial Commission.
Quincy City Hall will be closed Monday in observance of Presidents Day. City Hall will reopen Tuesday with regular business hours.
Mayor Kyle Moore told members of the Exchange Club on Friday that the city is “shining brighter than ever before.” Moore, 36, became mayor in 2013 and listed several improvements in city finances during his fourth annual state of the city speech.