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City Services To Be Bid: At the June 29 Board of Aldermen meeting, Lake Ozark’s elected officials authorized two bidding processes that will have a significant impact on local residents. The first of these opportunities discussed is related to improving city streets. In April, the Board of Aldermen hired Miller Companies to establish a list of road maintenance projects to be paid for utilizing the city’s ARPA funds, and the road improvements reserve fund.  Over thirty roads throughout the community have been identified for the micro-paving project, given their current condition.  Miller Companies representative Ethan Shackelford states, “This type of project is designed to maintain and sustain the life of roads that are not yet in need of significant repair.  For some higher traffic streets, this can expand the life of the street for two or three years, but lower traffic residential streets may not need to be addressed for another eight years.”  After receiving this project report, the Board unanimously voted to issue an RFP for the project.  Bidding will open on July 4 and close on July 27.  City staff will begin crack sealing streets soon to prepare for the project. The city’s current solid waste contract with GFL Environmental was originally set to expire in 2022, but the contractor and Board of Aldermen elected to extend the contract through March of 2023 in their December 2021 meeting.  The Board of Aldermen opted on Tuesday to issue an RFP for a new solid waste contract to begin at the termination of the existing contract.  Among other items, bidders will be expected to identify operational plans, an ability to perform consistent routes throughout Lake Ozark, and what annual rate increases will look like for consumers.  Mayor Newberry commended Derrick Standley, a local resident with expertise in solid waste management, for his work in helping city staff and the Board determine what the bidding process and documents should entail. As the bidding process for both of these items closes, the Board of Aldermen will be expected to make a decision on who to award each of these contracts to, based on qualifications, ability, and pricing. 

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City of Lake Ozark

Welcome to The City of Lake Ozark

The city of Lake Ozark is a breathtakingly beautiful and rapidly growing community of 1,800 full-time residents located at the gateway to the Lake of the Ozarks. From area retail shopping, to a new movie theater, or a relaxing day on the lake, Lake Ozark is a vacationing paradise that has something for everyone.

 

If you are here to enjoy the water, check out the many boat and personal watercraft rental businesses -- the lake has it all. The historic Bagnell Dam Strip -- aka “The Strip” to most -- is where you will find activities for the family and a variety of dining and entertainment options. But there’s more to Lake Ozark than The Strip.

 

A growing shopping center at The Shoppes at Eagles Landing offers a balanced option for residents and visitors; several fine dining restaurants raise the bar for those with a refined palate; a nationally renowned golf course and residential development are nestled along the Osage River; and there are plans afoot to continue to expand the residential, commercial and industrial bases.And our history runs deep.

 

The city of Lake Ozark has an eye to the future, while never ignoring its roots.
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September 27, 2022

Board of Aldermen

City of Lake Ozark is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88148751529?pwd=QSswMDRramdLQndOM1kzbU1HYXpFUT09 Meeting ID: 881 4875… Read More

September 29, 2022

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