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Freeburg has received an unsatisfactory finding for its public water system following an Aug. 18 inspection by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The village does not have an … more
FREEBURG — Freeburg resident Matt Johnson attended the August trustees meeting to protest the classification of his Golden Retriever “Luna” as a dangerous dog. Mayor Darryl Haller … more
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt met with Osage County officials on Saturday at Freeburg to discuss “whatever they would like to talk about.”  Among those in attendance were Rep. Bruce … more
BY Linda Adkins UD Staff Writer   Freeburg trustees at their April 11 meeting selected Bartlett & West of Jefferson City to provide engineering services for the wastewater … more
Freeburg trustees at their regular meeting on Monday, March 7 adopted a budget for March 1, 2022 – Feb. 28, 2023, totaling $335,000. With a projected income of $240,000, $95,000 of the total … more
Freeburg trustees met with representatives from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and state and national park services on March 7 to discuss progress toward the conversion of the old … more
Freeburg trustees at their regular meeting on Nov. 8 discussed the need to raise water rates.  Trustee Shane Zimmer questioned what the village would need to charge for water to qualify for … more
Freeburg’s long-time clerk Allen Gradel at the Nov. 8 meeting offered a letter to the board announcing his upcoming retirement.  Gradel’s resignation is effective on or before … more
Friendship Bancshares Inc., the parent company of Mid America Bank, has announced plans to acquire Bank of St. Elizabeth.  “We are thrilled about the upcoming acquisition of Bank of St. … more
Freeburg trustees refused to entertain the idea of Liberty Utilities’ proposal to purchase the village water and wastewater systems. Mayor Darryl Haller’s request for “yea or … more
VIENNA — The Maries-Osage Ambulance District (MOAD) Board recently voted to do pre-employment drug screens and background checks on all new district employees. At the August MOAD Board … more
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