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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."

General Municipal Election voting Tuesday, April 6

City of Lake Ozark voters will be going to the polls Tuesday, April 6, to consider three races and two special ballot issues in General Municipal Election voting.

Polls are open from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Miller County voters will cast ballots at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church near W. Road and Bagnell Dam Blvd. Camden County voters will vote at the Lodge of Four Seasons Exhibition Hall on Horseshoe Bend Parkway.

A Ward Map is available at https://bit.ly/3cttDpT for anyone unsure in which ward they live.

 

Races are:

Mayor

Gerry Murawski (incumbent)

Johnnie Franzeskos

Dennis Newberry (write-in)

 

Ward I

Judith Neels (unopposed)

 

Ward 2

Larry Giampa (incumbent)

Dale Hicks

 

Ward 3

Vernon Jaycox (incumbent)

Matthew C. Wright

 

Ballot Issues

Question 1

Shall the term of the Aldermen of the City of Lake Ozark, Missouri be set at Four (4) years and until his/her successor is elected and qualified commencing with the first election for said office following adoption of this term of office? 

Yes or No

 

Question 2

Shall the term of the Mayor of the City of Lake Ozark, Missouri be set at Four (4) years and until his/her successor is elected and qualified commencing with the first election for said office following adoption of this term of office? 

Yes or No

 

If approved, the change would not take place until the regular General Municipal Election in April 2022.