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New Melle Fire Protection District Burn Permits Available September 15th-April 14th



In advance of any burning between 9/15/14 and 4/14/15, burn permit applications may be downloaded from our website at www.newmellefire.org. The form should be completed and brought to our Station #1 at 3705 Mill Street in New Melle, or you may just come to the station to fill out a form.

No open burning is to occur from 4/15 through 9/14, based largely on detrimental effects to the ozone layer.  In operating with your burn permit after 9/15, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources guidelines for burning are as follows:

1.    Do not burn if winds are in excess of 5 m.p.h.
2.    4’ pile maximum burning area at any one time
3.    All burning to be closely and continuously attended at all times, else fully extinguished
4.    All burning is to take place between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Thank you for your compliance with rules for responsible burning.  If you have any other questions on this matter, please contact us at 828-5528.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 09/08/14


The Board of Aldermen for the City of New Melle will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, September 8, 2014, at City Hall, 145 Almeling Street, New Melle, Missouri, for the purpose of setting a tax rate on all real, personal and other tangible property for the 2014 tax year.

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New Melle Chamber Golf Tournament Results


The New Melle Chamber of Commerce held their annual scholarship golf tournament on Friday, August 15, 2014 at the Golf Club of Wentzville. Eleven teams participated and prizes were awarded for first and second place in two flights, plus closest to the pin and longest drive contests, plus first, second and third place in the skins game.

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Another Advantage of Having a Living Trust


By Charles J. Moore, Attorney at Law

Perhaps you have heard that one of the best things about creating a trust is that it helps your estate avoid probate, saving your survivors a lot of money, time and headaches.   This is absolutely true.

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New Melle to Get Sidewalks Along D and Z in 2017


By Dianne Sudbrock

The City of New Melle was recently notified that the East-West Gateway Council of Governments included a sidewalk project in New Melle in their Final Fiscal Year 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

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Poetry Night @ Kathryn Linnemann


By Glenda Schaefer

On September 30, 7-8:30 p.m., at the Kathryn Linnemann Branch, six local poets will share their work with you! Kelli Allen, has won awards for her poetry, prose, and scholarly work, and is currently a Professor of Humanities and Creative Writing at Lindenwood University.

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Extreme Heat May Cause Pavement Blow Ups


With temperatures nearing 100 degrees during the early portion of this week, motorists should be aware that the extreme heat can cause pavement "blow-ups" on mid-Missouri roadways.

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