Skidmore Newsletter - September 2022
Need a handyman?
Call Coby Langford at 660-853-2274
From City Hall: (l)City Hall will be closed Monday, September 5, for Labor Day. (2) A new brush pile location is being worked on. There is NO place open right now. The old place at the south end of town is private property-Please stop dumping brush there. (3) Water meters will start being installed September 19 and there will be people on your property to do that. The new meters will catch seepage and result in more exact readings.
Skidmore City Council meets September 8 at 6:00pm at Newton Hall.
Fresh Food Mobile Drop
Second Harvest will NOT be dropping off any fresh food in September or any time in the future, as far as we know.
It will be September 26 and 27 from 4-6pm at Newton Hall. Please line up coming down the street. You will have to come in and sign up but there are no income restrictions. It is for residents in the Nodaway Holt school district or a county resident that hasn’t picked up at a previous location.
City Hall Hours
City Hall hours:
Mon-Thurs: 8-11 am & 1-4pm,
Fri: 8-12pm & 1-3pm.
Appointments can be made after hours. 660-928-3281. Calls will be returned only if you leave a message. You may see the ordinances, dates of city events, and pay your water bill online if you want.
High School Seniors
This year’s high school seniors will be eligible to work toward the Skidmore Community Betterment scholarship. Contact Meagan at City Hall or Teresa Carter for info.
Depot Museum Open House
Sunday, September 25, 2-5pm. Refreshements will be served. “Take a look back through Skidmore history”.