Documents for August 2012
A look at the proposed spending reductions by department, as well as an explanation of overtime costs for police staffing of special events.
Preparing our workforce for the opportunities of the future | Creating a new vision-Central Missouri Innovation Campus | What is the Innovation Campus Grant | Meet Joe Scheppers, Chamber Board Member | Discover Tuscany - Chamber announces destination for 2013 trip | Time to practice your pitch | Career Academies discussions include local business leaders | Jefferson City MSA highly ranked by Area Development Magazine | Upcoming Tuesday Topics announced | Small Business Academy assists entrepreneurs with skill building | "BEST" holds on-site meetings | Chamber Connections | Members Making Connections | Jeff City START provides HR panel for interns | Hidden Spaces, Secret Places II showcases downtown living | Partners in Education program making a difference | Candidate & Issues Forum hosted by Jefferson City hYPe | JC hYPe offers monthly meetings and socials
Pooling his talent - Local doctor "Masters' swimming in his 50s | Keep an eye on 10-year Treasury notes | Exercise can east transition into menopause | Eye damage accelerated with high blood pressure, diabetes | Laster treatments can attack nail fungus | Affordable Care Act gives Missouri's long-term care services a boost | Senior Center Activities | 90-year-old's work ethic, love for people keep her busy | Wheels for Meals run to benefit senior nutrition program | Senior Center Menus | LIR members updated on pucoming opportunities |
A proposal in the city budget to cut more than $400,000 from the transit system subsidy will be discussed Thursday with an opportunity for public comments. These documents show the proposed cuts in existing routes and ridership counts for the system.
The Aug. 2, 2012, memorandum regarding the new Fire Station No. 3. The memo includes a preliminary financing proposal, a site plan and a general floor plan for the proposed building.
This document projects how a proposed dedicated quarter-cent sales tax for the Jefferson City Fire Department would be used if voters approve Proposition 2 on the Aug. 7 ballot