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Board Of Aldermen Discuss Raising The Mil Levy For 2015

As the Lake Lotawana board of Aldermen begins to plan out the budget for 2015, it was brought up at the work session on August, 5 that due to the possible reduction or elimination of some of the building permit fees, the General Fund revenue could be reduced by approximately $25,000. 

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From The Chief

The Lake Lotawana Police Department would like to remind citizens to lock and secure all vehicle doors and windows as well as their homes and garage doors.
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Lotawana Day: Lake Rat World Tour

Lake Rats came together on Saturday, July 26 for the annual Lake Lotawana Day. 
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Lake Lotawana Puts Out For Bids On An Electrical Contract

It was discovered during the Board of Aldermen meeting on Tuesday evening, July 15 that a bill brought before the Board could not be put into motion as a previous ordinance was still in affect that directly contradicted the bill on the table.
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Aldermen Need Access To The Municipal Documents

“I do not believe it is good for the community when we start to halt an alderman from having access to documents in order to do their job,” Jackson said.
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July 1 Lake Lotawana Alderman work session

During the July 1 Lake Lotawana Alderman work session, which took place at Lake Lotawana city hall and immediately followed the special meeting that began at 6:30 pm, a concern was raised by Doc Tillema regarding the runoff into the lake from construction sites.
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Police Searching for Sexual Assault Suspect

According to Police Chief Brent Miller of the Lake Lotawana Police Department, on May 7, 2014, at approximately 2100 hours, a suspect armed with a handgun attempted to abduct and sexually assault a female subject whose vehicle had broken down on Langsford Road, approximately 200 feet west of MO 7 Highway.
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Mason Elementary School Choir Tours Community

The Mason Elementary School Choir completed a community tour May 2
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Lake Lotawana Faithful Pray For The Nation, The Community To Heal, Bond Spritually

About thirty residents of Lake Lotawana observed National Day of Prayer Thursday inside the city hall court chambers due to the cold

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Lake Mayor Continues Misleading Taxpayers

Taking a page from the federal government’s playbook on manipulating the public’s perception of issues, Mayor David Welsh of Lake Lotawana continues to not tell the whole truth, and nothing but the truth

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