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by Patty Cheffey
With a light agenda because of the holidays, the Marion County Commission approved the sale of two county dump trucks and signed a letter of support during their meeting last Wednesday.
Four bids were received on a 2008 International dump truck with Adam Bock’s bid of $9,400 being the winning bid.
Others bidding on that truck were Matt Shade, $7,200; Tim Bridgman, $7,283; and Mark Lovelace, $8,250.
Two bids were received for the 2005 International dump truck with a flatbed.
Dan Patterson’s bid of $7,251 was the winning bid. Also bidding was Shade at $5,001.
In other business, the commissioners signed a letter of support to the investor’s of the Hannibal Lakeside Technology Park to designate it a Missouri Certified Site
In addition, the letter also supports the “marketing and development activities of the business park as a certified site to potential investors as performed by the Hannibal Regional Economic Development Council.”
During a special ceremony on Thursday, Valerie Dornberger, county clerk, swore in her successor, Marla Meyers.