JOB OPENING: City of Osceola Public Works – Waste Water Operator

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Public Works- Waste Water Operator Under general supervision, performs a variety of skilled trades, equipment operation and ongoing problem-solving tasks directly related to the operation, maintenance and repair of the physical facilities, equipment and related support systems used in the municipal wastewater collection, treatment and distribution systems

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Important Update RE: Lower Intake Project at West Lake: 11/19/23

On 11/18/2023 and 11/19/2023 divers were onsite at West Lake.  By the end of the day on the 19th, the reconfigured intake extension was successfully installed and water works crews tested pulling water from that lower intake. Due to low lake levels, Water Works staff will begin

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Osceola Chamber Main Street Taps Clarke Creativity for Mural Project

Osceola Chamber Main Street has been working hard with updates and beautification projects on Osceola’s Historic square. The latest venture OCMS is taking on is a mural design partnership with students from the Clarke National Art Honor Society for a 7′ x 12 mural to be posted at 100 S Fillmore.
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CCH Partners with Clarke & Murray Schools to host Student Art Exhibition

If you’re looking for a fun way to help support your local student artists and see some beautiful artwork, the team at Clarke County Hospital will be hosting an art exhibition starting Tuesday the 21st of November.
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Important Update Regarding Lower Intake Project at West Lake: 11/15/23

Below is a schedule of activities pertaining to raising the lower intake: Nov 4 – 5 Dive team was onsite to install components to raise the lower intake 4 feet.  A large rock located in the intake area created challenges for the divers to effectively raise the

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Mayor and City Officials Gear Up for Osceola’s Comprehensive Plan 2045

The Comprehensive Plan for the City of Osceola is quickly approaching the next phase of the development process. After the data gathered from extensive community input as well as from city officials and business owners, the team at RDG Planning and Design are working diligently to finalize it all and bring the plan together. Mayor Kedley and others have been anticipating the results and some of the findings are certainly exciting.
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Water Works Team Addresses Water Quality at Lower Levels

With the lower levels of water in West Lake, quality challenges have become more apparent and require a change in the disinfection process. To help mitigate bacteria and other issues at lower levels in West Lake, a free-chlorine disinfection process will begin.
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Through Veterans Day Honors, Clarke Strives to Build Leadership Skills

Friday, November 10th, the students at Clarke will be holding two special events focused on honoring Veterans for Veterans Day (November 11th). These events not only show the respect and support our military veterans deserve, but also instills the leadership skills the Clarke district is striving to teach their students al all levels.
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State of Osceola’s Water – Town Hall Follow-up

The team at Osceola Water Works would to thank everyone who participated in the State of Osceola’s Water Town Hall meeting on the 26th. There were a lot of great discussions and action items developed or reinforced from the event. Overall, it was a success and shows how the community can come together to discuss these issues.
In the most recent post, the Osceola Water Works team put together a summary of the meeting and the top action items taken from the evening’s conversations. They’ve also included the full, 2-hour video of the meeting for anyone who has missed it or would like to watch it again.

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