Archive - Aug 25, 2011

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Exclusive Coverage:--CORRECTION MADE IN INITIAL STORY--Planning and Zoning Commission refuse to amend permit for business conducted out of a home -- License will continue to be required

News Coverage and Story by Brittany Menke-Technical Writer.

The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting was held tonight at city hall.  The commission elected Jason Addison as Chairman, David Burke as Vice-Chairman, and Ben Vedder as Secretary.

The commission approved the request to use part of 115 Front Street, a building in the commercial district of New Haven, for residential purposes.

Sloppily-written "Facebook Law" (S.B. 54) passed in Jefferson City and signed by Gov. Nixon needs urgent repairs

Editorial by Kyle Quick
Publisher,
QuickNewHavenNews.com

City workers finishing up work on Hickory street this morning

Yesterday we reported a small water main leak that had been discovered the day before by city workers.  Yesterday crews dug up the street where the leak was located and were able to repair the water leak. 

Freshman House member calls for Kinder to abandon plans to run for Mo. Governor - Cites 'irresponsible personal life' - Allegations of relationship with a St. Louis stripper

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- MISSOURI NEWS HORIZON -- He hasn’t even announced that he’s a candidate for governor yet, and already there are fellow Republicans calling for Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder to pull out of the race.

LEFT:  PETER KINDER, 2009 PHOTO BY JEFF NOEDEL

New Haven Police cracking down on impaired drivers - "You Drink and Drive, You Lose"

The sobering fact is that impaired driving contributes to nearly 30 percent of all Missouri traffic fatalities. In 2010, 234 people were killed and 957 seriously injured in crashes involving an impaired driver.

The New Haven Police Department will join other Missouri Law Enforcement agencies to crack down on drunk driving beginning tomorrow Fri., Aug 19 through Mon., Sept 5.

Cost to buy a Powerball ticket is going to double

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo
. -- It will soon cost you $2 to play Powerball.

Missouri Lottery Director May Scheve told the House budget transparency committee Wednesday that her agency is switching $925,000 around in its budget to pay for statewide advertising to announce that Powerball tickets are increasing in price to $2 on January 15.