COVID 911 - The DEEP STATE insurgency - The Great Awakening


🍿COVID 911:The DEEP STATE insurgency🍿
Watch this video to gain an insight about why the world is in chaos right now.
This is the perfect tool to clear up any doubt to those who still don’t “trust the plan” 🐸
POTUS has been ten steps ahead of all the DEEP STATE actors and their attempt to throw the world into chaos and bring in their dream of The New World Order.
They can’t stop what’s coming
🇺🇸Patriots Are IN control🇺🇸

COVID-911: From Homeland Security to Biosecurity



Hillary's America - Blackberries Matter: Hillary's Blackberries May Be The Heart Of The Matter


In HILLARY'S AMERICA, bestselling author and influential filmmaker D’Souza reveals the sordid truth about Hillary and the secret history of the Democratic Party. This important and controversial film releases at a critical time leading up to the 2016 Presidential campaign and challenges the state of American politics.

by George Webb  (Author) 

Follow one investigative reporters dogged four year mission to find Hillary's blackberries and all the mischief they create. The path of destruction leads through Libya, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, the Iran Nuclear and Weapons deals abroad straight back home to the attempted Trump DNC email entrapments and successive coups after Trump becomes President.


The Hidden Spirituality of They Live


The director of this movie actually described it as a documentary... What does THAT tell you about society?

By Spirit Science

Hillary's AmericaBlackberries Matter: Hillary's Blackberries May Be The Heart Of The Matter

In HILLARY'S AMERICA, bestselling author and influential filmmaker D’Souza reveals the sordid truth about Hillary and the secret history of the Democratic Party. This important and controversial film releases at a critical time leading up to the 2016 Presidential campaign and challenges the state of American politics.



Living in SURVIVAL vs. Living in CREATION - Dr. Joe Dispenza


Dr. Joe Dispenza as he brings together his many years of research into the brain and human biology to present the latest findings on what is humanly possible for creating massive transformation in our lives. In fact, you have a supernatural ability to create a new future, in your own image. We are not hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of our lives, nor are we doomed by our genes.



Ozark Newsletter OCTOBER News and Updates 2020

Missouri Route 14 scheduled to CLOSE from 9 p.m. Friday, October 2, until 6 a.m. Monday, October 5

OCTOBER news & updates
OCTOBER 2020 | Issue 48
From The Mayor's Corner with Ozark Mayor Rick Gardner
City News and Updates
Public Works, Ozark Police Department, Parks and Recreation
Upcoming Programs and Events
Christian County Health Department Updates
Upcoming Programs and Events
Making Ozark Better Every Day
Hello Ozark -

If you remember at the passage of the 5 year transportation sales tax in April 2017, we promised three major improvements to the city's transportation network. As you can see, we are well on our way to completion of all the projects before April 2022.
The first completed project is the widening to 5 lanes and intersection improvements of South Street from 6th Ave. (Apple Market) all the way to Hwy 65. When you travel that road, and particularly the Selmore Road/3rd Street intersection, you have surely noticed how much smoother, faster and safer the traffic flow is. What a difference two more directional lanes and a dedicated center turn lane makes. The sidewalk improvements have also made it much safer for pedestrian traffic, especially around South Elementary. One down and two to go.
The next project you see completed will be the new Riverside Bridge. That project is definitely on schedule and should be open in November. The new bridge will be elevated out of flood danger and will be two full driving lanes wide with an additional bike/pedestrian lane. It will not only be wide enough but also rated high enough for the weight of school busses, emergency vehicles and trucks. Soon to be two down and one to go.
The third project on the list is the widening to five lanes of Jackson Street/Highway 14 from the Finley River bridge to Fremont Road on the west side of Highway 65. This will include striping the bridge to 4 lanes and continuing west with two lanes in each direction with a center turn lane.
There will also be a major intersection enlargement and improvement at Highway NN. Continuing west from there will be more sidewalks and two pedestrian underpasses to connect the north and south side walkways between the Junior High, The OC and the Ozark Innovation Center. When that is completed in the late summer/fall of 2021, the vehicular traffic will be less congested and move faster. The new sidewalks and underpasses will also allow safer pedestrian and bike traffic. This will be a much needed improvement for our growing city.
Let me finish by saying that when these projects are done, and all within the 5 year span of the transportation sales tax, the city will be asking for the renewal of the transportation sales tax in April 2022. While these three projects are significant, there are many more that need to be done. These projects wouldn't have been able to be funded without this tax because all were cost share projects with MoDOT. And the only way MoDOT will provide cost share funds is if Ozark has the funds to partner with them.

There you have it. Progress as promised. Thank you, Ozark, for saying yes to this tax in 2017.

Missouri Route 14 West of 14th St. Friday, Oct. 2nd - Monday, Oct. 5th CLOSED
Missouri Route 14 is scheduled to close (this upcoming Friday, Oct. 2nd - Monday, Oct. 5th) East of Route 65 here in Ozark due to MoDOT construction for the Jackson Street Widening Project. Please refer to the maps below for detour routes beginning this Friday at 10:30 pm. Business entrances and streets will remain open on either side of the closure.

General Election Deadlines
The City of Ozark has received a few questions from residents regarding upcoming General Election deadlines and absentee voting in the age of COVID-19; The picture on the left is a breakdown of those deadlines.

Pick up your yard sign and/or flyers for your hom or business at these locations:

Ozark Chamber of Commerce
1471 W. South Street
Ozark, MO 65721

Ozark City Hall
205 N. 1st St.
Ozark, MO 65721

Ozark Community Center
1530 W. Jackson St.
Ozark, MO 65721
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Christian County Health Department
Public Works
Q: What are construction crews doing downtown?

A: This is the first phase of a major revitalization effort in the Historic Downtown. Over eight thousand feet (8,000’) of water main and three hundred feet (300’) of sanitary sewer main are being installed to replace the aging infrastructure located in our Central Business District. The goal is to provide better service and fire protection, while at the same time preparing the Downtown for future revitalization and residential density.
Q: What can aging sewer and water infrastructure do if The City does not fix it?

A: The Downtown is the heart and soul of our community and this area has some of the oldest infrastructure in Christian County. Over time these water lines and sewer mains begin to deteriorate. Additionally, these lines were installed prior to the City of Ozark experiencing rapid growth and are often undersized and no longer compliant with our current standards.  

Q: How long will this project take?

A: Phase I of the project will consist of replacing the existing water and sewer infrastructure. The project started August 17th and is set to be completed by early February 2021. Phase II will begin summer 2021 and will be completed by winter 2021.

Kenny Singer Construction has been contracted by the City to repair and/or replace over 8,000 linear feet of antiquated water mains and nearly 300 linear feet of unrepairable sanitary sewer mains. Additionally, for a sizable portion of the downtown, (nearly 6,200 linear feet) we will utilize a technology known as Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) to line existing clay tile and PVC sewer mains that currently are in need of repair. 
The sanitary sewer improvements included within this contract will help substantially eliminate the volume of stormwater entering into our Central Business Districts’ sewer collection system, through a process known as inflow and infiltration. Ultimately the work to be completed within this phase of the CIPP contract will help reduce the volume of stormwater being collected and conveyed to our Treatment Plants, thus reducing the burden on our existing infrastructure.
The water main replacement project will provide increased pressures and appropriate fire flows within some of our most densely populated areas. Ultimately the work to be completed within this contract will help the Public Works Department better service the existing residents/tenants and provide the foundation for future infill development to sustainably occur within our Historic Downtown.

Q: When will work be taking place?

A: Crews will typically not be working during weekends, or downtown special events. Some night work will be required to mitigate negative impacts and avoid prolonged disruption of service. Any weekend work or night work will be communicated to the public in advance.

Q: How will this affect my city utility services? Will my water be shut off at any time?

A: Your utility service will only be affected when switching over to the new infrastructure. All new utility services will be performed in coordination with owners and residents to avoid service interruptions. Some of this work may need to take place after hours to accomplish.

Q: How will this affect parking downtown?

A: City Staff has been working with the contractor in an effort to minimize the negative impacts that does occur during the construction project. Progress comes with a price, and sometimes that price does cause some headaches. 
 However, we have a contract that limits the amount of parking spaces that will be obstructed during construction. We structured this contact in this manner because we understand the importance of maintaining available parking. Additionally, we will be working closely with the Historic River District, local business owners and community stakeholders to ensure that as construction moves forward we mitigate any unnecessary parking issues.

Q: What is Phase II?

A: Once the water and sanitary sewer improvements are completed, the City will begin working on major roadway and pedestrian improvements. Final plans for Phase II will go out to bid in April of 2021.

Phase II of our downtown revitalization plan will focus more on creating an enhanced pedestrian friendly environment and roadway improvements that encourage walkability thus adding to the ambiance of our Historic River District. Amenities such as additional sidewalks, increased connectivity, shared open space, decorative crosswalks, improved ADA parking, pedestrian scaled drive aisles, etc. will help accommodate both the pedestrian and the driver.

Once we have completed the design development phase of Phase II, the City will advertise the project, or put the project out for bid. This allows qualified general contractors to competitively put forward their plan and budget for the proposed work. We plan to have this project out for bid in early Spring of 2021.
Who can I contact with questions about this project?

 A: Jeremy Parsons 417-581-2407 ext. 1104
John McCart 417-581-2407 ext. 1211 
Kali Springs subdivision got some street repaving in September. View projects in relation to the 3/8 cent transportation sales tax here.
Jackson Street Culvert: MoDOT installed the first two box culverts along Jackson Street, near Ozark Junior High. This is part of the Jackson Street Widening Project.
Ozark Police Department

 Well I went and done it now. I told all these people about The Comprehensive AnnualFinancial Report (CAFR) for Ozark city and Christian County, Missouri.

The mayor of Ozark was there and he told "to knock it off". So I told the crowd that the reason he wanted me to go away was because I was right about (CAFR).
Check on these links.

Where The City CITY OF OZARK Hides Your Money


Here are the links that shows CAFR Scam = Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

Start with this link.
Statement of Net Assets
December 31, 2011
See Page 24

Ozark Budget Status Goal 
Updated 12-31-11 
This report is updated through 12-31-11. All of the revenues are posted, however there may be some further expenses posted. 

So how much money does Ozark, MO have?


The CAFR Swindle - The Biggest Game In Town / Texas

CAFR- The Only Game In Government Town

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) 

Where The City Of Detroit Hides Your Money

Finally, to test this instruction sheet for accuracy and to prove my claims herein, lets randomly select a few other CAFR’s from governments around the country…
I just sat for a moment and thought of what should be the only City in America that may be an exception to this rule, a government that actually may be in dyer financial trouble. And the name Detroit came to mind…

Here is a link to the City Of Detroit municipal corporation (incorporated 1806) CAFR for fiscal year 2011 on the Detroit City Government website:

Detroit lists its Statement of Net Assets on page 37 of this CAFR. And this City lists the following Net Assets:

Total Assets (and Deferred Outflows): $10,030,113,247
Total Liabilities: $10,059,121,604
Total Net Assets (Deficit): ($29,008,357)
So here the City of Detroit is reporting that after all CURRENT ASSETS and LIABILITIES are considered, the City is running a deficit of over $29 million dollars.
But what happens when we look closer at the liabilities section line items and apply the “creative accounting” lesson we just learned?
Amazing things, folks. Amazing things happen…
Listed as “LONG-TERM OBLIGATIONS” here, Detroit lists the following under its “TOTAL LIABILITIES” section:

Due Within One Year: $313,944,768
Due In More Than One Year: $8,366,493,713
It also lists certain liabilities in the form of toxic debt instruments as:
Derivative Instruments – Swap Liability: $612,067,105

Now, though we wont include this in our total, the fact that your government is even in the investment schemes of derivatives trading, including toxic mortgage backed securities, should be enough to storm the gates and handcuff your political leaders. But we’ll save that discussion for another time, even as your governments collectively invest in this type of securities crap!
So again, if we simply consider that the future liabilities (due in more than one year) of the City OF Detroit will be paid with future assets collected by City Of Detroit from its taxpayers and customers (totals include “Governmental” and “Business-Type Activities”), then the City government of Detroit actually has CURRENT assets which should be listed like this:

Total Current Assets (and Deferred Outflows): $10,030,113,247
Total Current Liabilities: $1,692,627,891
Total Current Net Assets: $8,337,485,356

So the City Of Detroit is covering up more than $8 billion dollars in CURRENT assets by its creative accounting of future assets due more than a year away that will be paid for by future assets that are creatively not reported in its own audited CAFR. If I was a resident of Detroit, I’d say it was time to hold certain lying councilmen and the mayor accountable to the people. And in gangland Detroit, the word accountable would and should be a very frightening thought to those crooked political figures in power over the trust of the people!

The lies know no end in government accounting standards and practices…