The Lakeport Village project passed its first test with the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen when the board unanimously approved first reading of a Tax Increment Financing redevelopment plan Thursday night for the $350 million-plus entertainment complex.
The Osage Beach Fire Protection District Board of Directors has approved a measure that bans all open-flame cooking devices on decks of multi-family residences with some exceptions.
Highway 54 would dump potentially thousands of vehicles from two directions onto two-lane, dead-end Jeffries Road if the proposed Lakeport Village is completed, and that has some residents concerned.
- Lakeport Village/Oasis passes first test with OB Aldermen
- George Schifferdecker, 95
- Osage Fire Board moves to ban grills in some locations
- Traffic concerns, condo future concerns for Village (Oasis) of Lakefront
- Rogue quarry angers neighbors who are asking for help
- TIF Commission sends Lakeport Village (Oasis) to board of aldermen 7-4
- Village of Four Seasons chairman Jim Holcomb resigns
- Oasis at Lakeport TIF public hearing April 17
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Despite opposition from neighbors, county planning and zoning regulations and state statute, Marty Ostronic, founder of One Source Services, LLC, carries on with operations.
The future of the proposed $360 million Lakeport Village development now rests with the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen.
Village of Four Seasons Board of Trustees Chairman Jim Holcomb has resigned from his position after five years serving on the board.
The proposed $359 million Oasis at Lakeport in Osage Beach will get its second review by the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission Monday, April 17, when the Commission hosts a public hearing.
Members of the community are being asked to help the Lake Ozark Police Department fund a K9 program.
Registered voters living in the Village of Four Seasons will be asked to approve a use tax on the April 4 ballot.
Developers of a proposed $350 million family friendly entertainment center in Osage Beach sweetened the project with the announcement Monday afternoon that Marriott International will bring a massive hotel complex to the project.
A Missouri House committee considered a bill Wednesday evening that would put a constitutional amendment before voters to expand casino gambling.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday for a major housing project on Nichols Road in Osage Beach.
The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen passed a resolution Thursday evening, March 2, referring the proposed Oasis at Lakeport Tax Increment Financing application to the TIF Commission.
The popular Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is still six months away, but plans continue to develop including changes to the no-wake zone.
Capital City Productions of Jefferson City is headed to the Lake of the Ozarks with professional live entertainment. CCP will be opening a second theater venue in Osage Beach.CCP has acquired and is re-opening the 1,000-seat Main Street Music Hall which was a favorite source of entertainment…
Current Missouri law authorizes the General Assembly to permit gambling on excursion gambling boats only upon the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. But a Lake-based group hopes to change that through the Missouri Legislature.
Water and sewer rates in Osage Beach are scheduled to increase May 1, but residents will have a chance to comment at a public hearing slated for March 2 during the regular board of alderman meeting.
A rezoning request by Hurricane Deck Holding Company was unanimously approved during the Camden County Commission Jan. 19 meeting.
On the heels of a successful opening in September 2020, Ballparks National has announced a major expansion to its youth all-turf softball and baseball facility to include the potential for additional sports and activities.
VRBOs – nightly rentals – will once again be allowed in areas of the city of Lake Ozark that are zoned R-1 (single-family) and R-2 (duplexes). At their Jan. 10 meeting, aldermen voted 4-to-2 to overturn a decades-old ordinance that prohibited the practice.
On a split 4-to-2 vote, Lake Ozark aldermen approved the first reading of an ordinance that amends sections of the city’s code to permit nightly rentals in areas zoned R-1 (single family homes) and R-2 (duplexes). The second reading of the ordinance will come before aldermen at their next me…
The Magic Dragon Trails was a topic of concern during the Village of Four Seasons Board of Trustees meeting on Dec. 14.
Filings opened Tuesday, Dec. 6, for General Election voting April 4. Filings close at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Osage Beach city employees are headed for raises next year.
Private road assessments are being brought into the limelight once again following the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen’s Nov. 3 meeting.
It’s that time of year again for the Annual West Side Christmas Walk this Saturday, Dec. 3.
December promises a lot of Christmas celebrations and events and Christmas on the Square in Camdenton is one of the highlights of the season.
Despite the fact that more than 50 residents showed up at the last meeting of the Lake Ozark Planning and Zoning Commission to voice opposition to the move, Mayor Dennis Newberry isn’t giving up on his attempt to get the commission, and then the board of aldermen, to reverse the ordinance pr…
The Lake Ozark Board of Aldermen Tuesday night accepted a letter of resignation from Lake Ozark Police Chief Gary Launderville. Dec. 30 will be his last day on the job.
The 34th Annual Lake of the Ozarks Shootout presented checks to receiving charities and first responders of the Tri-County Lake Area Thursday night at Performance Boat Center.
The president of the Camdenton Board of Education is being called out for her public comments regarding claims that the Camdenton School District was not properly notified of plans for the Preserve at Sycamore Creek in Osage Beach.
In October, the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise Board reported $100,000 in donations to seven Missouri-based entities as efforts continue to establish an Osage Casino & Hotel property near the Lake of the Ozarks.
Here are the voting locations for residents in Camden, Miller and Morgan counties.
There are three Ballot Initiative that Lake-area voters will consider when they go to the polls in General. Election Balloting Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Lake-area voters and voters across the state will have several Constitutional Amendments to consider when they vote Tuesday, Nov. 8.
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