The Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District, in a “continuing commitment to ensure the safety of our residents and employees” is adjusting protocols to reduce the risk of possible exposure to the novel coronavirus. The following measures are being instituted: 1) Routine prevention services such as dock inspections and change of occupancy inspections are suspended until
The Versailles City Fire Department recently responded to the following calls: Tuesday, March 3, five personnel responded to the Tornado drill to make sure the sirens were working. Tuesday March 3, two apparatus and five personnel respond to a low hanging wire. The crew set up the ladder truck to fix the wire. Co Mo
Versailles Police Department responded recently to the following calls: Monday, March 9 – Traffic crash/DWI, on Highway 5 and Clay road; medical call at Western Hills Motel; verbal domestic on West Clay Road; notification of family Ref Medical on North Monroe. Tuesday, March 10 – Traffic crash on North Monroe Street and East First Street.
The Morgan County Commission Friday, March 20 adopted an ordinance, following an order issued by the Morgan County Health Center, declaring a public health emergency in Morgan County, concerning the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. Morgan County Health Center Administrator Shawn Brantley, under authority of Missouri Code of State Regulations 19 CSR 20-20.040 declared
Beginning Thursday, March 19, City of Versailles facilities will be closed to the public in an effort to ensure Versailles is doing its part to assist in mitigating the potential for community spread of the Covid-19 virus. “The City of Versailles will continue to provide our normal services and City Hall will be manned under