Friday, April 15, 2005

Two Carthage businesses have been cited for exceeding air pollution limits, according to a news release issued today by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Renewable Environmental Solutions, the ConAgra affiliated business that is now being sued by the attorney general for creating a strong odor in Carthage due to alleged environmental violations, and Schreiber Foods were cited by the state agency. Both violations were discovered while state officials were in the city investigating the odor problem, the news release said.
Both companies have 15 days to respond to the notices, according to the news release.
A full schedule is on tap for the Carthage R-9 Board of Education when it meets 7 p.m. Monday, April 18, at the Fairview Elementary Multipurpose Room.
Among the items on tap:
-Recognition of the High School Student Council Gold Award
-Report on making the middle grades work by Carmen Lee and Ed Stephens
-Summer school report by Dennis Conrow
-R-9 Foundation update by Danny Lambeth
-Approval of a bid on the school carpentry house
-The board will consider a retirement incentive for teachers.
-Possible approval of the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan for 2005-2006

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