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Board of Aldermen
Upcoming Board of Aldermen Meetings:

January 3 ~ 6:00 p.m.
January 17 ~ 6:00 p.m.
February 7 ~ 6:00 p.m.
February 21 ~ 6:00 p.m.

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Recent Board Meeting Highlights:

  • Approved a revised Holiday schedule for 2019.

  • Approved the FY2019 Budget supporting $35,409,182 total expenditures, all funds.

Click here to see a complete list of Board actions on our website.
The FY2019 Operating Budget was adopted in December and represents a spending plan of over $35 million in expenditures representing the priorities of our resources to provide the superior services to our community.

The FY2019 Operating Budget is divided into numerous departments and fund budgets, allocating resources to deliver the highest level of service to the community. It depicts the accounting details, the revenue and expenditures, of each department and fund. Another useful way to view the budget is by depicting the specifics not by accounting details but rather by category of sources and uses of revenue, for example, transportation, parks and recreation, or by public safety as a function of service to the community. 

The following is an aggregate synopsis by function of the FY2019 Governmental and Enterprise Funds as budgeted to further show where the City’s money comes from and where the City spends money. The Component Units (TIF Funds) and transfers between the other funds are excluded to accurately depict total sources and uses of revenue. TIF Fund revenues are flowed through the Governmental Funds to each specific TIF Fund. Transfers between funds represent the movement of money from one fund to another fund for subsidy purposes for specific expenditures, within legal perimeters.
The full FY2019 Operating Budget can be found at Under the Administrative Summary, you will find my full Budget Message outlining the details found within the budget document.

My office is committed to effectively managing the day to day operations and to the responsible administration of our budget. However, this would not be possible without all the experienced and dedicated employees of the City and the direction of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. We are dedicated to being good stewards of our community and will continue to operate efficiently to deliver superior municipal services to our citizens and visitors. Your comments and suggestions are of value! Please do not hesitate to contact me.
New Businesses, New Locations or New Owners of Existing Businesses
Listing from east to west City limits:

*Ashley Home Store ~ 3797 OB Pkwy, Ste C1

*Clearwater American Furniture ~ 3883 OB Pkwy South

*LOTO Pizza - Imo's ~ 4344 OB Pkwy, Ste C1

The City of Osage Beach has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer optional coverage to help eligible homeowners be prepared in case sewer/septic lines were to suffer a leak, break or clog from your utility’s point of maintenance to your home.  

In the event of an emergency, these plans can save homeowners a significant amount of money. Please take the time to read the information on the back of the letter you will receive.

We certainly hope that you never have an exterior water service or sewer/septic line emergency, but if you should ever have a problem, you’ll be glad you’re covered. These programs are managed by SLWA, not the City of Osage Beach.

Jeff Leeper
Police Officer
Mitch Phillips
Public Works II ~
5 Years of Service
Mitch has worked in the Transportation Department since he started with the City. Pictured with Mitch is Mayor John Olivarri, Public Works Director Nick Edelman, and City Administrator Jeana Woods.

Fun Facts ~

My favorite thing about working for the City: The good people I work with.

One thing about me people may not know: I participate in fishing tournaments throughout Missouri.
Tom Gorsline
5 Years of Service
Tom started in and remains in the Criminal Investigations Unit. He is the Department's contact and trainer for CIT (Crisis Intervention Team). Tom was awarded his 5 year service certificate and pin by Administrative Lieutenant Mike O'Day, City Administrator Jeana Woods, and Police Chief Todd Davis.

Fun Facts ~

My favorite thing about working for the City: The opportunity to better myself. I'm never told I can't do something and I'm allowed the opportunity to grow.

One thing about me people may not know: I'm into model railroading and I collect Santa Clauses.
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Elected Officials:

Alderman Greg Massey ~ Ward I
Alderman Kevin Rucker ~ Ward I
Alderman Jeff Bethurem ~ Ward II
Alderman Phyllis Marose ~ Ward II
Alderman Richard Ross ~ Ward III
Alderman Tom Walker ~ Ward III

Management Team:

City Administrator ~ Jeana Woods
Asst. City Administrator ~ Mike Welty
Building Official ~ Ron White
City Attorney ~ Edward Rucker
City Clerk ~ Vacant
City Planner ~ Cary Patterson
City Treasurer ~ Karri Bell
Police Chief ~ Todd Davis
Public Works Director ~ Nick Edelman
Airport Manager ~ Ty Dinsdale
Human Resource Generalist ~ Cindy Leigh
IT Manager ~ Kellie Atkins
Parks & Recreation Manager ~ Matt Vandevoort