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Important Message Regarding Bollinger Co., MO Archives
Posted by: Shirley Cato (ID *****1705) Date: January 28, 2010 at 14:26:36
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County Commissioners are taking over the Archives and are forcing out the Volunteers who started and maintained the Archives for the last 6 years or more. This group of volunteers started this archives with $14.00 and have worked extremely hard to bring it to the wonderful research facility that it is today. The Archive volunteers were finally able to sell enough books and copies and get enough donations to have $5,100.00 in the bank. The commissioners took that away from them the other day. The commissioners have proposed to PAY the people who work next door in the Extension office to oversee the Archives to the tune of $1,000.00 per year. This job was being done quite well by the volunteers for no pay. The volunteers need your help. Please write the commissioners and let them know how you feel.

Wayne Johnson, Presiding Commissioner
Larry VanGennip, Associate Commissioner
Steve Jordan, Associate Commissioner
Bollinger County, MO Courthouse
204 High St., Suite 5
Marble Hill, MO 63764-9136
Phone: 573-238-1900


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