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At their May 10 meeting, Meta aldermen agreed to have three trees cut down at the ballpark. Reiterating last month’s suggestion, Alderman Otto Wankum said the trees at the ballpark need to … more
META   —   Meta aldermen chose to wait until next year to seek federal funding for its wastewater system because the city’s share of the $16,560,000 project is too high at … more
META   — A serious accident is likely to occur in Meta if something isn’t done to slow down drivers coming down Bertha Street, Alderman Otto Wankum told colleagues at last … more
META   — Meta aldermen, at their meeting last week, approved an ordinance to outlaw smoking marijuana in public after a recommendation by City Attorney Nathan Nickolaus following the … more
META  — In Meta and the surrounding area, the only way a patient can receive quick medical transport is from COMM-Unity Ambulance. However, that will change as of June 1, when the base … more
META   — Meta aldermen cut five locations from the stormwater project developed in December 2021. Last month, the city agreed to commit $73,000 in matching funds to apply for a Community … more
BY NEAL A. Johnson UD Editor   At their Sept. 14 meeting, Meta aldermen took another step toward park improvements, specifically at the restroom … more
META — Meta voters will be asked on Aug. 2 whether to approve the issuance of up to $1.5 million in waterworks revenue bonds to fund system improvements. Issues with the system built in 1959 … more
Meta residents will be asked in August whether to approve the issuance of up to $1.5 million in waterworks revenue bonds to fund improvements to the system following the passage of an ordinance at … more
Park improvements continue at Meta as aldermen approved the purchase of infield sand conditioner, chat for the current ballpark lot, and lights for the basketball and volleyball courts. City … more
Meta aldermen last Wednesday approved the purchase of artificial turf for the batting cage at a cost of $3,195 from Menard’s in Jefferson City. Several considerations went into the … more
BY NEAL A. Johnson UD Editor   Meta aldermen at a special meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, agreed to pursue a Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant through … more
Meta aldermen continue to develop a list of projects to include with an application for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Alderman Otto Wankum noted that some projects will have to … more
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