Andrew County Missouri Making a better community
06-17-2011 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
For anyone wanting to appeal their 2011 property tax assessments
The Andrew County Board of Equalization will meet on Mondays and Thursdays starting July 7th ending on July 28th at 4:00 p.m. These hearing are for individuals who want to appeal their 2011 property tax assessments. Please contact the County Clerk’s office at 816-324-3624, for an appointment. Hours of the Board will be 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Appeals must be scheduled in advance and filed on appropriate forms provided by the clerk. All BOE hearings have to be scheduled by July 11, 2011. The forms must also be received back to the clerk prior to the hearing.
By order of the: Andrew County Board of Equalization
05-20-2010 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The Andrew County Commission met with First American Title as the plans for the new jail moves forward. A real estate purchase of two acres on Main Street, east of U.S. Business Hwy 71, was signed between Dr. William Rippe and the Andrew County Commission for $200,000. The agreement also includes a donation of a half-acre with plans to sign a purchase agreement for another three-fourths of an acre with the Savannah Rural Fire Protection District. Architectural plans will need to be approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture before proceeding with jail’s construction.
02-17-2010 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
ANDREW COUNTY GETS NEW JAIL
The new Andrew County Jail will be built-with no tax increase to residents. Instead, Federal stimulus funding through the USDA Rural Development Direct Loan Program is expected to be the key financial source for the project. Detailed blueprints are expected to be ready sometimes in April, 2010. The USDA will take approximately 30 days to review the plans. After plans are reviewed and approved, requests for open bidding will be released – along with more details on the project – probably sometime in May. After a bid is accepted, a groundbreaking ceremony will be planned.
06-19-2006 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
ANDREW COUNTY BANS SMOKING IN COURTHOUSE
The Andrew County Commission during their regular session passed Court Order AC 2006-09 which bans smoking and the use of tobacco in the Andrew County Courthouse and within 25 feet of the entrances t the Courthouse. Presiding Commissioner (and smoker) Larry Atkins made the motion which was adopted unanimously by Commissioners Dick Townsend and Greg Wall. Commissioner Atkins say, “We have been needing to make this move for some time. I am happy to be the one leading this effort. The public no longer has to put up with habits that some find uncomfortable.” Commissioner Dick Townsend commented that he too was happy to make the Courthouse smoking free. Commissioner Greg Wall voiced the sentiment of the Commission when he stated, “I have no problems with people who smoke but the welfare of the Courthouse employees needs to be considered in making this move. Some people have complained that they have negative allergenic reaction to tobacco smoke and their needs must be considered.”
The smoking and tobacco ban is set to go into effect as of July 1st, 2006
04-06-2006 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
It has been brought to the attention of the County Commission by the public and by Andrew County Road and Bridge Department that there is an ongoing problem of concrete being dumped by concrete truck driver on county roads and in county road ditches in Andrew County, Missouri. This poses a hazard to public Safety and for county road equipment; In addition, the Concrete plugs ditches and tubes and culvert once in it congeals. We ask you to inform you truck driver that this practice will not be tolerated and the trucks may not be cleaned and/or dumped of their remaining residuary loads in ditches or on any part of the county right-of-way. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated, and is really essential and is in your own best interest, as if citations are issued to any individual driver the same citation will issue to the company for whom that driver works. Thank you