Welcome to the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission.
Green Hills Regional Planning Commission is one of nineteen organizations operating
as a sub-state planning and development agency serving the State of Missouri.
The Commission is organized as a voluntary association of local governments, and
retains a staff of professionals who work on projects intended to foster improved
quality of life throughout the 11 county "Green Hills" region.
- TAC (Transportation Advisory Comittee)
Green Hills RPC will be holding a Quarterly
Transportation Advisory Committee Meeting
September 24, 2014
in the GHRPC Conference Room at 1104 Main Street in Trenton, Missouri
agenda includes discussions of MoDOT's direction, the August election, current
and future MoDOT projects, updating the county needs list, and other transportation
- GRUNDY COUNTY TIRE COLLECTION
September 27, 2014
Harris Avenue (behind Fire/Ambulance Complex)
ANY SIZE TIRES (even on rims);
GRUNDY COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY!
Residential Only-No Commercial Business
(Farmers are not considered commercial businesses.)
For more information,
please contact the Grundy County Commissioners: Rick Hull 359-1389, Gene Wyant
816-896-4573, or Joe Brinser 359-1189 or Ann Hamilton at North Missouri Solid
Waste District (660-247-1356)
This Tire Dump Roundup is funded by a grant
from the Department of Natural Resources.
TO BID: CITY OF HALE (08/25/14)
The City of Hale is soliciting
bids from qualified contractors to perform demolitions within the City limits
of Hale. Davis Bacon or Prevailing Wage DOES NOT APPLY. All demolition work must
start within 10 days of bid award and be completed within 60 days of the Notice
to Proceed. All hazardous material must be transported a certified landfill. Detailed
specifications, general conditions and proposed contracts are available by contacting
Ann Hamilton at Green Hills RPC, 1104 Main Street, Trenton, MO 64683, and 660-359-5636
The City of Hale will bid seven (7) structures for demolition.
Each contractor may be awarded one (1) or all seven (7) structures. The city reserves
the right to allow for individual house bids should it prove beneficial to the
Contractors must submit the following items with their bid packets
in order to be eligible for bid award:
• Proof of insurance, or certificate
of intent, to include a minimum of $300,000.00 liability insurance and workmen’s
compensation (if applicable) and list the City of Hale as an additional insured.
• Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond payable to the Owner for
five percent of the total amount of the bid.” Performance bond and payment bond
required on contracts exceeding $25,000.
• Bidders are informed that the
Project is subject to the requirements of Section 292.675, RSMo, which requires
all contractors or subcontractors doing work on the Project to provide, and require
its on-site employees to complete, a ten (10) hour) course in construction safety
and health approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”)
or a similar program approved by the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial
Relations which is at least as stringent as an approved OSHA program.
Contractor must supply a minimum of three references including all CDBG projects.
• An itemized listing of equipment used to perform demolition activities.
All bids considered for award will be subject to verification of qualifications.
All bid packets must be completed and returned to Hale City Hall, P.O.
Box 67, 302 Main Street, Hale, MO 64643 by Thursday, September 18, 2014, by 10:00
A.M., and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be awarded
the next Hale City Council Meeting.
The City reserves the right to reject
or accept any bid or waive any irregularities that would be in the best interest
of the City and property owner.
The City of Hale is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and encourages minority/women contractors to bid.
YOU MUST BE
PRESENT AT THE BID TOUR TO BID.
Tour of Properties: Thursday, September
11, 2014, at 10:00 A.M. (Meet at City Hall, 302 Main Street)
Environmental Review Record Submitted to CDBG (8/14/14)
Enviornmental Review for the Polo Pre-School project has been submitted to
- A MESSAGE FROM MGISAC
The Missouri GIS Advisory Council (MGISAC) Local Government
Committee is asking for your help in updating our information on the status of
GIS in Missouri.
This is a follow-up to a phone survey that was done in
2012 when we contacted counties in Missouri. With this new survey we are reaching
out to counties, cities, and towns. Our goal is to understand where and how GIS
is used by local government in the state, including data practices.
Local Government Committee within MGISAC strives to be a voice for the 114 Missouri
counties and the many cities and towns that are interested in and using geospatial
Our goal is to promote local and regional discussion on GIS
issues and foster cooperation between agencies and stakeholders. We are hoping
to use crowd sourcing to get the word out about this survey to people who may
not be on these mailing lists.
Please forward this email on to any people
or groups in Missouri that use or may use GIS in the future.
MGISAC Local Government Committee Chair
Visit our website www.midmogis.org
here to take the survey.
- USDA Environmental
Reports, Draft submissions (07/24/14)
PWSD No. 3 Water Project
County PWSD No. 2 Water Project
- Green Hills Regional
Planning Board Meeting: June 26th (06-09-14)
meeting will be held in the GHRPC conference room.
5:00 GHRDI Meeting
SWD Executive Board Meeting
7:00 SWD Full Board Meeting
GHRPC Board Meeting
Those planning to attending should RSVP Jackie
Soptic by phone or email:
660-359-5636 Ext. 12
USED TIRE COLLECTION SITE FOR DAVIESS COUNTY RESIDENTS (06/04/14)
28 (Saturday), 2014
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
At the Gallatin City Dump
collection is for Daviess County residents only.
Residential waste tires only,
Any size tires will be accepted (even on rims). No limits, no
- 2014 Chariton County Waste Collection
The City of Keytesville and Chariton County in conjunction with
the North Missouri Solid Waste Management District Region B is sponsoring a solid
waste collection event. This is event is funded with grants funds from the Missouri
Department of Natural Resources. This is an opportunity for ALL residents of Chariton
County to dispose of special waste items banned from landfills. ABSOLUTELY NO
business or commercial drop offs, residential only.
When: June 14, 2014
- 9:00 AM to Noon
Where: Chariton County Courthouse- 306 South Cherry, Keytesville
here for more information.
- JOINT TRANSPORTATION
ADIVSORY COMMITTEE MEETING (5/20/14)
June 6, 2014
- 2:00 pm
Tri-County Area Alternative Energy Visitors Center
King City, MO 64463
- NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY:
REGION B DISTRICT GRANTS 03/17/2014
The North Missouri Solid Waste
Management District – Region B has begun the process of accepting applications
for district waste reduction and recycling grant projects within the 11 county
Green Hills area.
Tipping fees imposed on landfills and transfer stations
within each district’s solid waste management region generates funds for these
Grant proposals must address state and district goals,
including waste reduction, reuse, education, recycling and composting projects.
The District’s grants committee will review and rank applications to be
sent to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for final approval.
applications, along with any additional information about specific projects should
be returned to the North Missouri Solid Waste District, 1104 Main St., Trenton,
Applications will be accepted on an open cycle basis with ranking
Applications may be requested by contacting the District
office for an application packet at 660-359-5636 or can be downloaded by clicking
the following link: Grant
Application Form . Please contact Region B Project Manager Ann Hamilton for
more information or assistance with project development.
be accepted on an open cycle basis with ranking done quarterly.
Environmental Review Record for the Brookfield Raw Water Line Project is avialable
for public review (06/04/13)
- New Green Hills Rural Development
The GHRDI has designed a new pamphlet explaining
it's role in economic development and the services it offers. Download
your copy here.
January 1 (New Years
January 20 (MLKJ Day)
February 17(Presidents Day)
May 8 (Truman's Birthday observed)
May 26 (Memorial Day)
July 4 (Independance Day)
September 1 (Labor Day)
October 13 (Columbus
November 11 (Veterans Day)
November 27 & 28 (Thanksgiving)
December 25 & 26 (Christmas)