The Sedalia City Council met in regular session Tuesday evening (Jan 17), and heard a presentation from Sedalia Police Commander Matt Wirt, and Police Chief John DeGonia, about the use of a license plate recognition system.
The Sedalia DARE program was officially presented with a check for $10,433.14 at Monday night's City Council meeting, which represented the results from the 26th annual DARE Car Show, held April 2 in downtown Sedalia at the Municipal Building.
We have a week to go until the city council deadline (Jan. 20) for those wanting to run for office and it looks like we will have at least one race in Ward 4, while the others only have one candidate that has applied so far...
The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall on Monday night (Nov. 4) for its regularly scheduled meeting. The main item on the council’s agenda was a public hearing on the annexation of the Cambridge Village Subdivision adjacent to Skyline Elementary School.
The Sedalia City Council announced on Tuesday afternoon that they've approved the purchase of the Jennie Jaynes Stadium from the Sedalia 200 School District in a closed session meeting. The purchase is a step towards tearing the stadium down and establishing a community center in Sedalia.
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