Monterey

Monterey Town Council President Doug Denton advised at a regular meeting on March 14 that the new sewer plant call box is installed and working fine. The town council had approved an updated quote for a new call box from B.L. Anderson for the town's sewer plant in February. The town's old unit was...
Monterey town park.
The Monterey Town Council recently heard a proposal from Rowan Peterson, who would like to give the Monterey Town Park a face lift for his Eagle Scout project. In discussion with the town board, Peterson's plan is to repaint the lines on the basketball court and the lamp posts and to use a safe...
Monterey Lions Club President Doug Denton (right) presented Monterey Fire Department Chief Doug Klausing (left) with a check for $225 to go toward new radios.
The town of Monterey will be contributing $200 to assist the Monterey Volunteer Fire Department in the purchase of new radios. At a regular town council meeting on Tuesday, December 13, Doug Klausing advised that the new radios they are looking to purchase cost approximately $3,100 a piece. He said...
Monterey Town Council members (L to R): Aaron Gilley, Jim Fleury, Doug Denton.
Newest council member Aaron Gilley was recently welcomed aboard at his first meeting on the Monterey Town Council. At the October meeting, councilwoman Emily Bailey resigned because she recently married and moved out of town limits. Aaron is the new appointed board member to the town council to...
It was recently announced that councilwoman Emily (Bailey) Ditmire will be resigning from her position on the Monterey Town Council. Her last day on the town council will be Oct. 31. The announcement came from town council president Doug Denton at a regular town council meeting on Oct. 11. He...
The town of Monterey recently held a public hearing on their 2023 budget and it appears the budget is balanced with no increases expected for any local fees. President Doug Denton said the town is not in the red and is not over-leveraged in any way. No local fee increases such as sewer are expected...
President Doug Denton reiterated during the Aug. 9 town council meeting that the “no alcohol” sign at the town park is not new.
At a regular Monterey Town Council meeting on Tuesday, August 9, council president Doug Denton said that he has been approached about several safety related matters recently. Denton said he had been asked by residents about the "no alcohol" signs in the town park as well as questions about ATVs in...
In light of some recent issues at the town park, the Monterey Town Council agreed to look into setting up more security cameras in the area. Last month, council president Doug Denton had advised of an issue with two juveniles in the park causing damage to the pavilion. At their regular July meeting...
One of the two “slow, children” signs has been put up on Main Street to slow traffic down in town.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department is ramping up its presence in Monterey due to a recent uptick in calls for service. Monterey Town Council President Doug Denton said at a regular town council meeting on Tuesday, June 14 that Detective Chris Schramm was surprised with the amount of calls they...
Another meeting between the town of Monterey and the county is set to take place soon in regards to the future of the Sportsman's Bar and Grill. Monterey town council president Doug Denton stated at a regular session on Tuesday, March 8 that town attorney Justin Schramm will be in charge of...

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