Hannibal voters will decide Tuesday on whether bonds will be issued to cover the cost of a new water filtration system for the city.

Voters decided last year that the city should change from the chloramine system to disinfect its water. Now, BPW is asking permission to issue up to $17.5 million dollars in bonds to pay for the changeover.

Shelby County voters are being asked to allow students in the Clarence area to move from the South Shelby to the Macon school district.

The statewide Proposition A asks the voters’ permission to allow a right to work law passed by the Missouri General Assembly and signed into law by former Governor Eric Greitens to take effect.

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