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Board of Alderman Meeting - Wed., February 18, 2015 has been canceled.

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Welcome to the City of Byrnes Mill !
 
A touch of the past  and a thriving community await you in the City of Byrnes Mill, Missouri. The city of Byrnes Mill grew up around the Mill on the Big River in the 1800's and is now known for its parks and pleasant residential areas.
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ACTION ALERT – Your Assistance is Needed

The Missouri Senate has passed SB-5 and it is now in the House and could be passed in the next few days. Introduced by Senator Eric Schmitt, 15th, the bill modifies distribution of traffic fines and court costs collected by municipal courts.

 

This act reduces the threshold at which a city, town, or village must send excess revenues from traffic violations to the Director of the Department of Revenue ("Director") to be distributed annually to the schools of the county in the same manner other penalty proceeds are distributed from 30% to 20% beginning January 1, 2016, or the first day of the fiscal year immediately following for any municipality with a fiscal year start date other than January first. This act further reduces the threshold to 10% beginning January 1, 2017, or the first day of the fiscal year immediately following for any municipality with a fiscal year start date other than January first.

 

As filed, in two years the City of Byrnes will only be allowed to collect 10% of its Budget from municipal court fines and any excess of that sent to the State. This will mean a 20% decrease in revenue and create a $210,000 budget deficit. This City of Byrnes Mill will have to find a way to make up for the lost income or make drastic cuts. It could mean we will no longer be able to support our Police Department and court system. We will have to lay off 6 to 9 people to make our budget balance. If that happens, there will be more drunk drivers, traffic accidents and the City’s crime rate will increase, taking property values down. Looks to me like the bad guys come up winners in this case.

 

Please contact the following Missouri House of Representatives and Senators letting them know that you oppose SB-5 (A sample letter with more information is attached, please use or modify as needed).

Thank you for your continued support of Byrnes Mill!

 
Sample Letter (word) to Your Representative
Sample letter (PDF) to Your Representative
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City of Byrnes Mill

Community Forum on the Proposed Phase 1 Project at Byrnes Mill City Park for Remediation of the Lower Floodplain Bench
You Are Invited!
Forum participants will learn more about the propsal from the project managers from the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers and have a chance to share their opinions. All are welcome!
Click here for a PDF of Proposal
 

Wednesday | March 25 | 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Byrnes Mill Muncipal Complex | 141 Osage Executive Cir. | Byrnes Mill
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Three Byrnes Mill Police Officers Honored at MADD’s “Heroes for Heroes” Law Enforcement & Community Partners Recognition Event

On February 12, 2015, three Byrnes Mill Police Officers were honored at MADD’s “Heroes for Heroes” Law Enforcement & Community Partners Recognition Event. The Byrnes Mill Police Officer’s recognized by MADD were: Sgt. Roger Ide, Cpl. Timothy Whaley, and Officer James Iken.

“We are very proud of our officers on being recognized by MADD in their efforts to stop drunk driving,” said Mayor Susan Gibson. “They are heroes every day to us and the citizens of Byrnes Mill.”

Each year, the Gateway Affiliate of Mothers Against Drunk Driving holds a banquet to recognize those courageous men and women of law enforcement who sacrifice their lives daily to make our roadways safe.  These officers who are honored go above and beyond the call of duty to stop the crime of drunk driving, and by doing so, they spare many more families the pain of losing someone they love.  It is with this sentiment that we at MADD Gateway see these men and women as heroes.

Several years ago, the Law Enforcement Recognition Banquet started with five hero sandwiches to five officers, hence the name, "Heroes for Heroes".  Since then, it has grown to recognize individual officers, specific traffic enforcement units and even entire departments for their efforts. 

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City of Byrnes Mill Now Offering Online Bill Pay for Sewer Utility Bills

 

The City of Byrnes Mill is now offering online bill pay for sewer utility bills. This will be a huge convenience for sewer customers. To sign up click on the link on the City's webpage or browe to: https://logicsolbp.com/byrnes-mill/login.aspx.

Click here for "Getting Started" Guide

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City of Byrnes Mill's Municipal Codes Now Available Online
 

The City of Byrnes Mill is now offering Municipal Codes online. This will be a huge convenience for our residents and others interested in our codes. In addition, it will save staff time from having to look up, copy, and mail code requests.

 

 
 
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