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Gov. Nixon holds press conference at Henniges 200 new jobs coming to New Haven

Great day for New Haven - Nixon praises New Haven's strong and dedicated workforce

New Haven, Mo. – Governor Jay Nixon made the announcement today at Henniges Automotive facility in New Haven, Mo. expects to create 200 new jobs.

Henniges to announce 200 new jobs

New Haven, Mo.Gov. Jay Nixon will be in New Haven, Mo. later this afternoon to announce plans for a $5 million investment by a local auto parts manufacturer, and the significant expansion and new jobs the investment will bring.

Aldermen sign resolution supporting 40-unit apartment complex

Denise Mathisen with Miller O'Reilly (standing) addresses the Board of Aldermen.

New Haven, Mo. - Monday night rental property owners along with fellow citizens attended the public hearing regarding the development of a 40-unit apartment complex that would utilize Low Income Housing Tax Credits from Missouri’s Housing and Development Commission.

Newly elected Aldermen Stephen Miller and incumbent Harold Ray sworn in at Monday's city meeting

Stephen Miller, at left, and Harold Ray, right are sworn in by City Clerk, Kathleen Trentmann at last night's monthly Aldermen meeting.

New Haven, Mo – Last night, at the regularly scheduled monthly New Haven Board of Aldermen meeting, newly elected Stephen Miller and incumbent Harold Ray were sworn in by City Clerk, Kathleen Trentmann.

Setting the record straight - Girl Scouts will not be breaking the law

New Haven, Mo. - At Monday night’s City Hall meeting there was a city ordinance presented to the Board of Aldermen regarding peddlers, solicitors, and canvassers.

This has been a controversial topic of discussion after the newspaper published an article entitled “Girl Scouts snared in peddler’s plan”.

Board of Aldermen approve sales tax proposal for April ballot

New Haven’s Elected Officials voted unanimously at last night’s City Council meeting to place a city ordinance on April’s ballot that would impose a sales tax of one-quarter of one percent for funding of local parks.  The proposed ordinance also includes a five-cent decrease in the property tax levy for taxpayers.


Pursuant to Section 115.127 of the Revised Missouri Statutes, notice is hereby given that the following offices are to be filled at the Municipal Election to be held in the City of New Haven, Missouri on: Tuesday, April 3, 2012:  ALDERMAN – WARD ONE (TWO YEAR TERM) ALDERMAN – WARD TWO (TWO YEAR TERM)

Opening Date for Filing: Tuesday, December 13, 2011 Closing Date for Filing: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

40-unit apparment complex "1,000% guaranteed” this project is not HUD -- Water and Sewer rate increase

On Monday, the Board of Aldermen held their monthly meeting.  The board approved a rate increase on water and sewer usage.  The rate increase will go into affect on the January billing cycle.

Additional information was provided in regard to the development of a 40-unit complex on the property at Stonehurst Village.  A representative from the developer said, “1,000% guarantee” this project is not another HUD.

Apartment Complex Development

Olive Street Bridge making good progress -- Time line of photos

Photos by Kyle Quick
Pictured above is what has been completed as of Oct. 11.

City passes rate increase on water usage -- Catawba Street closed till further notice


Pictured above Left to right: Mayor Panhorst, Steve Roth, Charles Hurth, and Tori Panhorst discuss the proposed water usage rate increase.

Exclusive Photos from today's work on the Olive Street Bridge -- Plus short video

Pictured above:  Crain lowers down the last culvert concrete block.

Replacement of the Olive Street Bridge has been moving along smoothly so far. Today crews placed huge culvert blocks, one at time, forming the foundation for the new bridge.

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.

Public Hearing - City of New Haven tax levy hearing Aug. 25

Catawba Street hot topic of last night's New Haven Board of Aldermen meeeting

The New Haven Board of Aldermen met at a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, August 8, 2011.  The board reviewed, discussed, and approved various items throughout the meeting.

Nathan Parmentier was appointed to the New Haven Park Board, replacing Jana Monzyk following her resignation because she no longer lives within the city limits of New Haven.


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