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Boren Appointed Police Chief: In a special meeting held yesterday, the Lake Ozark Board of Aldermen formally appointed James Boren to serve as the City's next Police Chief.   James began his employment with the City of Lake Ozark 19 years ago as a dispatcher, and was sponsored by the City to attend the Police Academy. 17 years ago, he began his career as a police officer in Lake Ozark, climbing through the ranks of Corporal, Detective, Detective Sergeant, Lieutenant, and most recently as Interim Police Chief.   Regarding his new role, Chief Boren stated, "My goal for this department is to lead it with integrity and best serve the needs of our unique community. We will continue to strive for perfection, knowing it takes work from all of us, but I'm honored and thrilled to be able to lead this department in that direction."

Ballot Question Reviewed

On November 8, Lake Ozark voters will have the opportunity to respond to a ballot question about the way currently-collected tax dollars may be spent in the future. Lake Ozark Question 1 reads:


Shall the revenue generated by the existing one-half of one percent (1/2%) sales tax levied by the City under authority of the qualified voters of the City in 2005 and codified in Code Section 130.280 be made available for water and road infrastructure improvements and maintenance in addition to sewer improvements and extensions? YES – NO” 


To inform voters about the ballot issue, the Board of Aldermen has prepared the fact sheet available below.


Voters in the Miller County portion of Lake Ozark may vote at Mt. Carmel Church at 755 Bagnell Dam Boulevard.  Those Lake Ozark voters who live in Camden County should appear at the Lodge of Four Seasons at 315 Four Seasons Drive. 


Fact Sheet Available Here