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Now Hiring!!! City Clerk Position for City of Boonville

Posted On: 04-12-21

The City of Boonville is seeking qualified applicants to be considered for its City Clerk position. 

Under the supervision of the City Administrator, this position performs responsible administrative duties.  The City Clerk is the official custodian of municipal documents and is responsible for various City records.  The employee has a substantial amount of public contact regarding the furnishing of information concerning City Ordinances and policies.  Work assignments are prescribed in Missouri State Statutes and City of Boonville Ordinances, and received from the City Administrator, the Governing Body, and citizen requests.  The position provides support and/or oversee the areas of policy review, hiring/recruiting, and benefits management.  The City Clerk maintains all personnel records according to the City, State and Federal guidelines.  The City Clerk oversees retirement and insurance benefits.  The City Clerk is expected to exercise considerable independence and personal discretion in conforming with City ordinances and policies.

Pre-employment drug screening required.  Competitive salary and benefits package.  Equal Opportunity Employer.       

A full description of the position’s duties, responsibilities, and range of work is available at City Clerk’s Office at 401 Main Street.     

Interested applicants should submit resume and City of Boonville job application by Friday, May 7, 2021 to Boonville City Hall, 401 Main Street, Boonville Missouri 65233, with Attention: City Clerk. 

Full job description available here.

Now Accepting Local Agency Funding Applications – due by 5pm on Friday, April 23, 2021

Posted On: 03-18-21

The City of Boonville is now accepting applications for Local Agency Funding.  Local Agency Funds are limited to not-for-profit, non-religious organizations or divisions of government. The applications may be obtained from the City Clerk’s office at 401 Main Street, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or by clicking Local Agency Funding Application 2021-2022.   Applications must be returned to the City Clerk’s office no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 23, 2021.  You may return the application to City Hall or email the signed and completed application to teresa.studley@boonville-mo.org

Tourism Commission Accepting Grant Applications for 2021-2022 Funding Cycle

Posted On: 03-12-21

Boonville, Missouri – March 10, 2021 – The Boonville Tourism Commission Project Applications for funding for fiscal year 2020 are now available.  Completed applications are due to City Hall, 401 Main St. Boonville , by 5pm April 16th , 2021.

Proposals will be solicited from not -for-profit entities and governmental bodies for promoting activities that affect the tourist trade in the City of Boonville and Cooper County.  Proposals from for- profit will also be considered.

Please contact the Tourism office in the Visitor Center at 100 E. Spring St Boonville for a complete application packet, including funding limits, requirements, and rules.  Applications can be downloaded at HERE.  All City of Boonville programs are non-discriminatory.

Contact:

Katie Gibson

Katie.gibson@boonville-mo.org

660-882-3967

100 E. Spring St.

Boonville, MO 65233

Parks Department Seasonal Job Openings

Posted On: 03-05-21

Seasonal Equipment Operator

The Boonville Parks and Recreation department has openings for a Seasonal Equipment Operator.  The work involves operation and maintenance of mowing equipment and other duties in various parks and other city properties.  Must be willing to work outside and not be afraid to get dirty.  Prior experience helpful.  Applicants must be 18 years old and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license.  Pre-employment drug screening is required.

Applications may be picked up at City Hall, 401 Main St., Boonville, or at the Parks and Recreation Office, 1221 Eleventh St., Boonville.  For more information contact Paul Linhart, Director, at 660-882-7447, or e-mail plinhart@boonville-mo.org

The City of Boonville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Seasonal Gardener

The Boonville Parks and Recreation Department has openings for a Seasonal Gardener.  The work involves planting and maintenance of flowerbeds, planters and other duties in various parks and other city properties.  Must be willing to work outside and not be afraid to get dirty.  Knowledge of various plants and maintenance required.  Master gardener qualification helpful.  Applicants must be 18 years old and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license.  Pre-employment drug screening is required.

Applications may be picked up at City Hall, 401 Main St., Boonville, or at the Parks and Recreation Office, 1221 Eleventh St., Boonville.  For more information contact Paul Linhart, Director, at 660-882-7447, or e-mail plinhart@boonville-mo.org

The City of Boonville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Lifeguards

The Boonville Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications from individuals interested in working at the Lions Park Aquatic Center. The positions are Lifeguard, Junior Lifeguard, and Cashier. Pre-employment drug screening is required.

Applications may be picked up at City Hall, 401 Main St., Boonville, or at the Parks and Recreation Office, 1221 Eleventh St., Boonville.  For more information contact Paul Linhart, Director, at 660-882-7447, or e-mail plinhart@boonville-mo.org

The City of Boonville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR APPROVAL OF AN AMENDMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE/STRATEGIC PLAN THAT WAS APPROVED BY CITY IN JANUARY 2003

Posted On: 02-18-21

The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Boonville, Missouri, will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. on March 9, 2021, at City Council Chambers, 525 East Spring Street, Boonville, Missouri. This hearing is being held pursuant to the requirements of Section 99.360 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, to consider the approval of an amendment to the Comprehensive/Strategic Plan approved by the City in January 2003.

The proposed amendment identifies an approximately 217-acre area located between the Hail Ridge Golf Course and the Jesse Viertel Memorial Airport as a potential area for annexation into the City and development for residential uses.

Here is a a draft of the proposed amendment. 

Comprehensive Plan Amendment

The public is invited to submit comments to the Commission prior to the date of the hearing at the address listed below.  All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard at the public hearing.

Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Boonville, Missouri

 

Request for Voluntary Annexation Received for 216.81 Acres along Mo State Hwy 87 & Mo State Hwy 98 formerly known as Gross Brothers Farm

Posted On: 02-16-21

The City Clerk of Boonville, Missouri has received a petition to request annexation and an application to zone approximately 216.81 acres along Missouri State Highway 87 and Missouri State Highway 98 under the state statutes for a voluntary annexation.  The area proposed to be annexed is shown in the attached area map outlined in purple and was formerly known as Gross Brothers Farm, and now known as Troy Thurman Construction Co. Inc. Property.

You are invited and encouraged to attend one or both of the formal public hearings at the City Council Chambers Building at 525 E. Spring Street to listen to the plan presentation and address any concerns or questions you have about the proposed annexation, zoning, and/or development plans.   The dates of the hearings are as follows:

Planning and Zoning Commission, Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 6:00 PM to review zoning application.

City Council, Monday, March 15, 2021 at 7:00 PM to review zoning recommendations from the Planning and Zoning Commission, annexation petition, and development plans.

You may view all of the documents that the City of Boonville has received right HERE

Or you may view some documents directly as follows:  

Petition for Annexation

Preliminary Plat – 4 pages

Preliminary Plat Page 1

Preliminary Plat Page 2

Preliminary Plat Page 3

Preliminary Plat Page 4

R-3 Zoning Tract Engineered Legal Description

City of Boonville, Missouri City Council Passes Mask Advisory Resolution for City of Boonville on December 21, 2020

Posted On: 12-28-20

The City of Boonville, Missouri City Council passed a MASK ADVISORY Resolution for the City of Boonville on December 21, 2020.  

This is not a mask mandate, but all citizens of Boonville are strongly encouraged to wear a mask in public places, especially indoors, when social distancing cannot be maintained. 

Effective immediately, all visitors to City Hall and other City facilities are required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.  

If a person with a health condition or disability is not able to wear a mask, local government and private business must consider reasonable modifications so that the person with the health condition or disability can participate in, or benefit from, the programs offered or goods and services that are provided.  

For further information, please find the passed Resolution R2020-12 Here.

 

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