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Former Boone County fairgrounds attracts three potential long-term tenantsOpen in a New Window

...the non-profit Mid-Missouri Sports Park to build a sports field house on the property. The Columbia City Council ultimately decided, however, to move forward with its original plan to build a field house...

 

Vatican summit on sex abuse focuses calls for accountabilityOpen in a New Window

...rural area Over $250 million grants bring high-speed internet to Missouri rural area MARCELINE - City Manager Richard Hoon is one of the 1.2 million Missourians without high-speed internet. He doesn’t...

 

Your Opinion: City should help theater groupOpen in a New Window

...involves Jefferson City, Parks and Recreation, and the Housing Authority, I am in hopes that Mayor Tergin, City Council members, and the board members can come up with some positive solution to this viable resource...

 

JCCC employee files discrimination suit against Department of CorrectionsOpen in a New Window

...discriminated against because of his age and that the department’s director retaliated against him. Robert Alderman, 52, of Jefferson City, filed a charge of discrimination against the department in May 2018 with...

 

United Cerebral Palsy Concerned Over Zoning Changes For Group HomesOpen in a New Window

...information on the effects of zoning code changes for group residential facilities, the Webster Groves City Council has continued a public hearing for the second time – until March 5. During the Feb. 19 public...

 

Municipal judge candidates talk goals during forumOpen in a New Window

With the April 2 election less than two months away, Jefferson City municipal judge candidates fielded questions about their goals and the judge's roles during Thursday's Cole County Republican Club candidate...

 

Rezoning next door unsettles homeowners associationOpen in a New Window

...discuss the rezoning proposal. At that time, the association supported the recommendation of approval to City Council. Sykuta sent an email to the planning and zoning commission Thursday, stating the association...

 

Over $250 million grants bring high-speed internet to Missouri rural areaOpen in a New Window

...2019 7:38:00 PM CST February 21, 2019 in News By: Ethan Stein, KOMU 8 Reporter MARCELINE - City Manager Richard Hoon is one of the 1.2 million Missourians without high-speed internet. He doesn’t...

 

Filing will bring regulators into reservoir plan for first timeOpen in a New Window

...that many affected landowners had a meeting about two weeks ago with an attorney who specializes in eminent domain. Renfro said there is no opposition organizing among landowners in the area, but most have...

 

Committee hears Parson bridge planOpen in a New Window

...hours during construction because one lane would be closed in each direction. On Monday, the Columbia City Council approved spending $2 million toward a $230 million project to replace the Rocheport bridge...

 

Governor Parson Makes Appointments to Boards and CommissionsOpen in a New Window

...for Bothwell Regional Medical System. His previous career experience included multiple terms as the Mayor of Lincoln, Missouri, and over 30 years with AT&T/Pacific Bell, where he rose to being an Operations...

 

Boone County Commission commits $2 million to new Missouri River bridgeOpen in a New Window

...District Commissioner Janet Thompson said. The commissioners matched the $2 million the Columbia City Council pledged toward the project on Monday night. While the city will probably seek a low-interest...

 

As Missouri drafts its first medical marijuana rules, a forum will come to SpringfieldOpen in a New Window

...District 5 in the Kansas City area, is represented by Emanuel Cleaver, a Democrat who was formerly mayor of Kansas City. State officials have not released copies of the pre-filed forms as requested by various...

 

Could a DUI charge work in Quinton Lucas’ favor as he runs for Kansas City mayor?Open in a New Window

February 21, 2019 04:15 PM KC councilman Quinton Lucas arrested on suspicion of DUI Kansas City Councilman and 2019 mayoral candidate Quinton Lucas was arrested on suspicion of DUI early Friday morning...

 

Police lieutenant reassigned while husband is interim chiefOpen in a New Window

...Police Department personnel, so Shouse-Jones could not maintain her position in the department. The city manager makes reassignment decisions on a case-by-case basis. At the Police Department, Shouse-Jones...

 

Average citizen is voiceless in Better Together's planOpen in a New Window

Subscribe for $3 first three months St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger take reporter questions beside Dave Leipholtz (left) and Will Ross of Better Together following...

 

SANDY DAVIDSON: Capitalism or Socialism — we fall in betweenOpen in a New Window

...response or an original topic of your own, visit our submission form. Whew! Or how about no municipal water or sewage systems? Eek! To scrap a public education system for only private schooling would...

 

Columbia City Council Supports Bill to Ban Conversion TherapyOpen in a New Window

Columbia City Council members showed unanimous support of a house bill that would ban conversion therapy during their meeting on Monday. The vote was to support Missouri House Bill 516, which would prohibit...

 

Salute to Young Leaders: Darryl T. Jones IIOpen in a New Window

...was blessed with great black male mentorship throughout my life, in the form of Darryl Jones, Sr., Mayor Freeman Bosley, Jr., Public Safety Director (Judge) Jimmie Edwards, Sterling Miller, Michael P. McMillan,...

 

It seems everyone wants McClain Bryant Macklin to run for somethingOpen in a New Window

...never even heard of. Some people, including her own father, suspected she might run for an at-large city council seat this year. Nope. “There isn’t any question she is going to be in the upcoming generation’s...

 

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RT @StrategicGovt: Thank you Missouri Municipal League for helping to make the 2019 SGR Servant Leadership Conference a great success! http…

 

10 things to do in mid-Missouri this weekendOpen in a New Window

...from her cage Tuesday at the Central Missouri Humane Society. The shelter’s staff and board hope the City Council will allow a new shelter to be built on land donated to the city last year. 10. Wedding Stroll...

 

Council approves staging of several eventsOpen in a New Window

...Permission to stage a number of events later on this year was granted Tuesday night by the Hannibal City Council at city hall. Permission to stage a number of events later on this year was granted Tuesday...

 

In the city’s MOmentum survey, respondents pointed to continued struggles filling jobs. Is your company having hiring challenges?Open in a New Window

...have fifteen or twenty or thirty years of experience, don’t be intimidated by that,”says Jason Gage, City Manager for the … “He’s just a really innovative thinker; he’s a creative guy. He developed the...

 

POW/MIA Designation Now Official — For Franklin CountyOpen in a New Window

...all at the same time. At times it seems to be overshadowing the museum renovations.” Washington Mayor Sandy Lucy also was requested to make Washington a POW/MIA city. The POW/MIA city and county project...

 

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists endorses Nasheed for president of the Board of AldermenOpen in a New Window

...the Board of Alderman when you elect its president; you also get one of three seats (along with the mayor and comptroller) on the Board of Estimate and Apportionment (E & A), the city’s chief fiscal body....

 

City Water System Upgrade to Begin This SummerOpen in a New Window

...February 13, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. Alderman Lucas Remley called the meeting to order in the absence of Mayor William Reckenberg and Mayor Pro-Tem Chris Feeney. Aldermen present were: Tom Glass and Aaron Dale....

 

Which aldermen support their colleague Lewis Reed – and why?Open in a New Window

...Jones. The EYE believes that math explains why Boyd never gets handed a better-paying full-time job in city government by the handlers he pleases; he is much more useful to them on the outside, where he can...

 

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