Mountain Grove City Council Addresses A Stinky Wildlife Problem

An abundance of not so friendly wildlife in the city of Mountain Grove was a topic of discussion at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. Alderman Carolyn Mitchell brought the topic up…

Administrator Rick Otersky says that he has been dealing with the issue as well…

Council voted unanimously to have Otersky and the city attorney, Josh Brown, research and draft ideas for a possible wildlife ordinance to address the issue. In other business, Mountain Grove City Council approved the 2nd reading of an ordinance to have rental housing inspected pre-occupancy and on a formal complaint from either a landlord or a tenant. The ordinance would also require that landlords register with the city and pay for a business license. City council also heard from the leader’s of a number of the city’s civic organizations on how they are providing services to better the community and local economy. We’ll have details of those presentations this week on the Grove News. Council approved a 1st reading on contracts for services with a number of community organizations as well.


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