City Hall will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 27th, 2019.
Just a reminder concerning Ordinance 427, Section 215.020, Nuisances Affecting Health. Please do not blow your grass clippings onto the road. Section 215.020. Nuisances Affecting Health. [Ord. No. 427 Art. II §2, 2-5-2014] A. The following shall be declared nuisances and are declared to be nuisances affecting health: 1. Abandoned, damaged or disabled vehicles. 2. All … More Section 215.020 Ordinance 427
Adult and children clothes, toys, instruments and t.v. Nurse uniforms, figurines, clothes and toys. Clothes, collectibles, and Christmas decorations. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, children clothing, and misc. items. Vanity tops, antiques, and electrical items. 34ft ladder, 28ft ladder, aluminum walk plank, ball float, and zero turn radius John Deere mower. Purses, clothes, and lighted beer signs. … More 2019 Spring All Town Yard Sale Map
The boil order for the City of Laddonia will be lifted this evening at six pm.
BOIL WATER NOTICE The city of Laddonia, Missouri has issued a 48 Hour Boil Water Notice effective for all residents West of Pine Street (Highway 19) beginning from West First Street South to the City Limits. Time: __2:00 PM___________Date: _____Monday April 29th __________ Duration Until Time: ___2:00 PM_________ Date: __Wednesday May 1st _____________ This notice is being issued due to … More Boil Order
On April 11th, 2019, the Board of Alderman welcomed new Mayor Josh Deimeke. Other persons sworn in this evening were: Glenn Jensen, Alderman; Kevin Charlton, Alderman; Nick Parrish, Treasurer; Mary Kaluhiokalani, City Clerk and Collector. City Attorney Tom Ellis conducted the ceremony.
Golf Cart Stickers Are Now Available. Must Provide Proof of Insurance. Permits Are $10.00 Permits Are Due By May 1st, 2019 Please Contact City Hall for Permits
Candidate Meet and Greet at City Hall on 3/28/2019 from 6-7 pm. Come meet the April 2019 election candidates.
Laddonia Cemetery Spring Clean-Up Please remove all flowers, (no glass containers) and figurines from your cemetery lots, if you wish to keep them, prior to March 29, 2019. You may resume putting flowers on your lots April 5, 2019. Thank you for your cooperation.
The board held a Public Hearing prior to the regular council meeting on 2/14/2019 and no patrons attended. The total for the rates will remain the same; the ratio of the rates will be adjusted. The water rate was 1.3 cents per gallon. The sewer rate was 1.25 cents per gallon. This is a total … More Utility Rate Changes