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Cameron City Council May 15 - this video begins during the City Manager Report. 
There are a great number of questions that come up any time you talk about a once in a lifetime event such as an eclipse. Because it is such a unique experience we are going to try to answer some of those questions people might be asking over the next few weeks. When was the last total solar...
On August 21, 2017, Cameron will be in the path of a unique, once in a lifetime event, a total solar eclipse. The Great American Total Solar Eclipse will darken the skies all the way from Oregon to South Carolina, along a stretch of land about 70 miles wide. This will be the first time a total...
During the first portion of the city council meeting on Monday, May 1 two proclamations were offered by the city of Cameron. The first was presented by Mayor Darlene Breckenridge to Tammy Mallen and declared May – Mental Health Month. The second was presented by Mayor Breckenridge to Leo Fassnacht...
Last Wednesday, the Cameron Food Pantry hosted an open house at their new location at Third and Walnut. The new location offers them much more space to operate and has allowed them more space for the clothes closet as well.  The clothes closet is open the same hours as the food pantry which is...
On Monday April 17, Dr. Nada Woodworth went before the City Council to notify them of her plans to replant trees behind the water treatment plant. According to Woodworth, well over 100 seedlings had originally been planted by Andrew Carr, son of Dr. Mark Carr, in 2012 as an Eagle Scout project. Due...
On April 19, the Junior Class at Cameron High School took the ACT Test as required by Missouri state law and the rest of the student body went out across the city to do community service.  This is the second year students have gotten the opportunity to go out into the community for a few hours with...
On Monday April 24 the Cameron Parks and Recreation Department continued the tradition of planting a new tree with the current Kindergarten class. Kindergarten students from Parkview Elementary gathered around as their Autumn Gold Ginkgo tree was planted in Kelsey Park. Shane Strommer from the...
At the school board meeting on April 17 Richard Campbell and Mary Tyrrell were sworn in as the new board members, Julie Mallen, who was also elected to the board, was not in attendance. The board members present held the election for President and Vice President. Mary Tyrrell is the President and...
During the April 17 meeting of the city council a discussion was held about electrical rates. Utilities Director Zac Johnson stepped up before the council to go over some of the information shared at a special utilities meeting held on March 13. Johnson had provided the council with current rate...

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