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Ava City Council Approve Bid for Electric Shed Cement Work, Table GIS/Mapping Project

by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com The Ava On Tuesday, May 14, the Ava Board of Aldermen convened for a business session at 5 p.m. City Finances Peggy Porter...

EMS Week

Submitted Photo Ava Mayor Burrely Loftin signed a petition designating May 19th - 25th as Emergency Medical Service (EMS) week in Ava. The folks at Ava...

National Police Week

Submitted Photo Ava Mayor Burrely Loftin presents Ava Chief of Police Reggie  Johnson with a proclamation specifying May 12-18 as National Police Week, which recognizes the...

Activity Report – From The Ava Police Dept.

Reggie Johnson, Chief Phone 417-683-2900 -Answered 24 Hours a Day Calls By Type April 28 - May 4  Animal Call - 3 Assault, Domestic - 1 Agency Assist - 12 ...

Small Business Week

Submitted Photo Mayor Burrely Loftin recently proclaimed May 5-11 as National Small Business Week. Small businesses are said to create nearly two out of every three...

– Activity Report – From The Ava Police Dept.

Reggie Johnson, Chief Phone 417-683-2900– Answered 24 Hours a Day Calls By Type March 21 - March 27  Abandoned Vehicle - 1 Alarm - 3 Animal Call - 6 Agency Assist...

Ava Police Staffing Changes, Alderman Dye Achieves Certification

by Michael Boyink, mike@douglascountyherald.com The Ava Board of Aldermen met for their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 23rd. It was a relatively short meeting, with only...

Loftin Sworn in as Mayor, Stewart as East Ward Alderman

Newly-elected mayor, Burrely Loftin, and east ward alderman, Billy Stewart, were officially sworn into office  during the Tuesday evening council meeting.  West ward incumbent...

Municipal Court System Transfers to County Court System April 5; Local Groups Recognize Mayor...

During council meeting on Tuesday, the Ava Board of Aldermen, along with city employees, presented outgoing Mayor David Norman with a Key to the...

Navigating Ava: Are the Revised Street Names 911 Compliant?

By Michael Boyink mike@douglascountyherald.com “911, when it comes,” said Mayor David Norman, “I want us to be ready for it.” That was in a 2017 interview with...
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