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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

The City of Waynesville has a number of boards and commissions, comprised mainly of citizens at large, to perform the preliminary work on issues prior to action being taken by the City Council.  All meetings are held in Council chambers unless otherwise noted.


Park Board

Second Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm

Michael Curtis (Council Representative)
Lawrence Beamer
Smith Cade
Kevin Curtis
Amanda Koren
Jeff Militti
Rick Vernon

Sean Wilson

 


Planning and Zoning Commission

Second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm

Mayor Hardman
Alan Clark (Council Representative)
Janet Crider (Chairwoman)
Douglas Beard
Twyla Cordry
Trudy Dils
Jim Lord
Scott Owens
Yvonne Reeves-Chong
 



Waynesville/St Robert

Joint Airport Committee

Tim Mann (Council Representative)
Bruce Harrill
Randy Becht
Reginald Hall
George Lauritson
Randy Pratt
Bill Taylor

 

 
 
     
 


The City of Waynesville, Missouri, is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, and is home to Fort Leonard Wood.  Historic Route 66 winds its way through downtown Waynesville, and the area near the Roubidoux Spring in Waynesville's Laughlin Park was used as a Cherokee encampment during the 1837-1839 Trail of Tears march.