Mayor recognizes youth for his food drive efforts

City council
Robert Wealer smiles Tuesday night as Hannibal Mayor James Hark prepares to read a commendation in recognition of the food drive the youngster has undertaken again this year.
By Danny HenleyCourier-Post Reporter
Posted: Dec. 20, 2018 9:22 am

A handful of individuals were cited for their efforts during Tuesday night's meeting of the Hannibal City Council.

Mayor James Hark read and presented a commendation to Robert Wealer for the youngster's food drive efforts.

Hark administered the oath of service to a pair of new Hannibal Police Department officers, Jordan Freiling and Ethan Clark.

Board members and staff of the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau were recognized for their efforts in helping earn a National Travel and Tourism Marketing Award that the HCVB recently received.

In other business:

  • The city council approved the sale of a lot adjacent to 210 North St. to Brad Walden for $500.

  • A Wade Stables report on the 2017-18 city audit was presented.

  • A number of items from the emergency operations center were declared surplus property.

  • The council approved a sublease agreement between SBA and Dish Network regarding the Country Club water tower site.

  • Approval was given vacating a portion of an alley. The council did reserve a permanent easement for utility access.?


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