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Communities Working Together  --->   Warren and St. Charles Counties   Augusta and City of Washington

Augusta Bottom Road Dedicated  ---->  New Safety Rails installed 


​May 2018 - April 2019

 *VOLUNTEER*        Various projects available.  Contact a Town Board member.  (Check out members below.) 

*Influence*​            Talk with your elected Town Board trustees.  What would you like for the Town?


        -- INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION on Tuesday, July 3rd down by THE KATY TRAIL! --



First  Monday  Dates  7:00 pm  (unless noted otherwise)

January 8 (2nd Mon)         February 5                March 5                         April 2  

May 7 (6:30 pm)                  June 4                        July 2                        August 6

Sept. 10 (2nd Mon)           October 1              November 5             December 3

June 4, 2018 Meeting

  • Anita Mallinckrodt and Augusta Elementary School received the "Don't Let the Flame Go Out" award.  Their Google presentation about Augusta was honored on May 12, 2018. 
  • The Visitor Center lease is up for renewal in July.
  • The corn crop is planted and growing on time.  (from the Farm Report)
  • Pot hole repair on High Street will be done by Bob Hofer & Son.  Nathaniel is working on clearing the weeds around Town.
  • The final bill from Cochran Engineering for Lampke Trenching & Excavating is $ 10,270.33.
  • Cochran Engineering is working on a Roadway grant application project.  An open meeting for questions and concerns will be held on June 6th at 2 pm.  
  • Robert Kenkel discussed the inspection and permit requirements between the Town of Augusta and St. Charles County.  A copy of Ordinance 2014-12 was presented to him as a reference for his property on Hackman Road.
  • A land use permit for $50.00 was issued for 245 Jackson Street.
  • Gay Eskew and Lynn Hofer are working on the "Best of Augusta" Photo Contest which ended May 31.
  • The Economic Development Committee is meeting on June 13th to order sign materials.  Kathryn Frazier, Bob Hofer, and Kim Alsop will attend.  


The complete and official Town Board Meeting minutes may be found in the Augusta Library.


March 5, 2018 Meeting

  • Bulk pickup scheduled for April 9th.
  • The election of two Town Board members is on the April 3rd ballot.
  • The Plein Air art festival takes place from April 19 - 29.
  • Augusta Athletic Club has three teams.  Practices begin in March/April.
  • Directional signage decorations will change to match the seasons as stated by the Economic Development Committee.
  • 2017 Budget Report was accepted as modified.
  • Business License renewals were sent out.
  • Mowing bids to be approved in April.
  • Repairs on the levee breach were approved for up to $4,700.
  • Furnace repair completed in the Town Hall basement.  Basement clean-up to be scheduled.
  • Letter received about rezoning and a conditional use permit for Bill & Debbie Schaefer:  1st hearing on 3-26-18 and 2nd hearing on 3-27-18.
  • Discussed the sidewalk at Jackson and Chestnut, the uneven pavement on Jackson Street, and the potholes on Lower Street. 

April 2, 2018 Meeting

  • Election results announced:  Robert Hofer and Richard Barton were both re-elected.  Town Board positions remain the same.  Congratulations!
  • Augusta Museum Open House on Sunday, June 2nd.  Augusta Elementary is researching information on Augusta for an upcoming book.
  • "Best of Augusta" Photo Contest deadline is May 31st.
  • Sign barrel decorations were changed to coincide with the spring season.
  • Mowing bids were reviewed and bidders were approved for the designated areas.  Thank you to all who applied.
  • The 2018 Mosquito Control Contract was approved for the Town.
  •  The Zoning Commission recommended that the property at 5596 Walnut be rezoned from Commercial to Residential.  The Town Board approved the Conditional Use permit for Bill and Debbie Schaeffer's property.
  • Sandi Lauer asked about the PWSD's new pump station.  It is an upgrade from the existing lagoon.
  • Reminders for various happenings.  Plein Air is from April 18 - 29.  Animal Hospital vaccinations by Dr. Smith on April 28 from noon - 1 pm at the Town Hall.  The Augusta Athletic Club is planning a ball diamond clean-up day on April 15.  Bulk Trash Pickup on April 9.  Vote in the election on Tuesday, April 3.  Business License Renewal deadline is April 15.
  • Paul and Marti Kampen introduced the Main Street program from the information they received from a seminar they attended. 

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS                    Gene Schaper  

TAX COLLECTOR & SECRETARY                    Rick Barton

CHAIRMAN                                                    Bob Hofer

TOWN CLERK                                                 Kathryn Frazier

TREASURER                                                  Ellen Knoernschild                                            


First Monday of the month           (exceptions in January and September)

NEXT MEETING:  August 6, 2018
                                7:00 pm

           Town Hall / Dan Kemner Building                on the Town Square


The complete and official Town Board Meeting minutes may be found in the Augusta Library.

                                     Next Meeting:   August 62018  at  7 pm                     


                  Picture of the new board coming soon!

May 7, 2018 Meeting

  • History Museum Meet & Greet Social set for Sunday, June 3rd from 1-4 pm.
  • Barrel signs are looking good.  Chairman Bob Hofer read a letter from Jodi Repki complimenting the Town about the new wine barrel signage with the seasonal foilage.  The barrels have been reinforced to withstand wind. Approved $1,450 to complete the 4 existing barrels we have.  Allocated an additional $4,000 for 3 more barrel signs.
  • Police services are approved for another year.
  • $25 Gift Certificate allotted for the Fall Harvest Festival Photo Contest.
  • The Plein Air Art Festival was a successful Chamber of Commerce event.
  • For Arbor Day the Augusta Elementary 5th Graders planted a crab apple tree.
  • The Augusta Bottom Road loan payment of $6,955 was paid to St. Charles County Finance.  A balance of $4,276 remains.
  • Town Hall basement project completed.  Approved $3,020 for duct cleaning by Avanta Clean Ducts. 
  • ​Business license payments are in except for three places.
  • Cochran Engineering is preparing a proposal for the East-West Grant Application for the Subsurface Block Grant Program.  $2,200 approved.
  • Cochran Engineering is approved for $10,000 for professional services in regards to the Preventative Pavement Maintenance Plan.
  • ​Paul Kampen gave input on the Main Street Plan.  He will continue to do further research.