Updated October 3, 2018
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Upgraded telephone system in the works for OB
OSAGE BEACH – The city is moving forward with an upgrade to
their telephone systems, since, as City Administrator Jeana
Woods says, “Our phone system is at its end of life.”
The proposal, which had its first reading approved last week, would be to purchase the equipment from Mitel for $15,196.97.
“This is a Cooperative Bid Purchase using a contract that was originally administered by NJPA on behalf of the State of Montana, the State of South Carolina, the State of Nevada, the State of Washington and many other governmental entities,” said Assistant City Administrator Mike Welty in his report to the Board of Aldermen.
The breakdown of the cost is:
• Mitel:$ 3,305.00
• TCS: $11,891.97
TCS is the local vendor that Mitel uses for installation in Central Missouri, according to Welty.
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One pound of meth seized
CAMDEN COUNTY – A search warrant has turned up over a pound of alleged
methamphetamine, weapons and drug paraphernalia.
Manhunt for Eldon man ends in hay
MILLER COUNTY – An Eldon man has been
apprehended after a manhunt which lasted most of the day.
Two identified in arrest
CAMDEN COUNTY – The Camden County Sheriff’s
Department (CCSD) has released the names of the two individuals
arrested last week relating to alleged counterfeiting.
Justin R. Wiley, 35, and Jacqueline E. Mazur, 32, both of Camdenton, MO, were arrested on counterfeiting and drug charges.
In the evening of September 14, officers of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) and the Camden County Sheriff’s Department (CCSD) executed a search warrant at the 100 block of Seven Ridge Court in Camdenton.
According to the CCSD, methamphetamine, prescription pills, drug paraphernalia (used in the distribution and consumption of controlled substances) counterfeit United States currency, prepaid debit cards in different names, lists of gift card account numbers, stacks of gift cards, identity theft documents and equipment used in the manufacturing of counterfeit money were discovered.
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CADV Brunch October 10
LAKE OF THE OZARKS - The 17th annual
Citizens Against Domestic Violence (CADV) Brunch will be held
October 10, 2018 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at The Lodge of Four
Seasons Campana Hall in Lake Ozark.
The theme this year is “Favorite Pastime.” Last year, about 400 people attended the event which includes a buffet of samples from lake-area restaurants.
In addition, the event will include a live auction of unique lake-area items and a 50/50 raffle. Mike Clayton, morning show host at Mix 92.7, will serve as the EMCEE.
The program also includes stories from victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and information about what CADV does for the community.
CADV provides services and support to men, women and children in Miller, Morgan and Camden counties. The brunch coincides with October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Sponsorships for the brunch are still available. Local restaurants are asked to contact CADV if they are interested in providing food.
Individual tickets are available for $20. The brunch is the largest fundraiser of the year for CADV and all money stays local to provide services to clients.
Located in Camdenton, CADV provides safe shelter for hundreds of women and children, takes hotline calls, provides legal advocacy, support groups, free counseling and other services.
Brunch sponsorship forms, hostess forms, flyers and event information are available on CADV’s website. For more information about CADV/VOC go to www.cadv-voc.org or call 573-346-9630.
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