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April 2024 Election and Candidate Filing Notice: Notice is hereby given that the annual election will be held in the City of Lake Ozark, Missouri on April 2, 2024. At said election, candidates for the following offices will be voted upon:                                                                         Alderman Ward I                    Two year term                                     Alderman Ward II                  Two year term                                     Alderman Ward III                 Two year term                                       All those persons wishing to be a candidate for any of the above named offices must file a Notice of Candidacy with the City Clerk of Lake Ozark, Missouri. For the April 2, 2024 election, the first day of candidate filing is December 5, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. and the last day is December 26, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.   Polling places shall be opened at six (6) o’clock a.m. on April 2 2024 and shall remain open until seven (7) o’clock p.m. on said date.                                       Ward I, Miller County            Mt. Carmel Church                                     Ward II, Miller County           Mt. Carmel Church                                     Ward III, Miller County          Mt. Carmel Church                                     Ward III, Camden County     Lodge of Four Seasons-Exhibition Center


Lake Ozark thanks K.C. Cloke

It was a bittersweet moment for the City of Lake Ozark at its March 9 Board of Aldermen meeting when they bid farewell to Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director K.C. Cloke. 

Cloke will soon become the Camdenton Chamber executive director after serving the lake community for five years. 

Mayor Gerry Murawski presented her with a Certificate of Appreciation that lauded her for her service to the community and the City of Lake Ozark. “We wish her well,” Murawski said. “K.C. has done an incredible job and I can’t think we’ve ever had as good a relationship between the city and the chamber.” 

Cloke said she will miss the relationship she’s had with the city and is confident the partnership will continue in her absence.