Documents for November 2012
Send your baby's first Christmas photos to see them published in the News Tribune!
Jefferson City's November sales tax information
Showcase your deer this season in the News Tribune!
An 11-year view of the number of state employees (full-time equivalencies) and compensation (salary and benefits) by state agency.
In the traffic count study, peak traffic on Chestnut Street, northwest of East Atchison Street, occurred between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
In the traffic count study, peak traffic on Fairmount Boulevard was at 7 a.m., noon and 4 p.m.
In the traffic count study, peak traffic on East Atchison Street was between 2 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Jefferson City Council is set to take action Monday on the draft request for proposals for a conference center. If approved Monday, the RFP would be sent out to hoteliers and developers in December, with proposals due back to the city by Jan. 31. This RFP represents the most recent draft of the proposal.
Reactors, airports, and all things regional | Missouri CORE uses cooperative approach to eoncomic development | CORE At a glance | 33rd Annual Chamber Prayer Breakfast set for November 21 | Chamber Board discusses strategies for 2013 at fall retreat | hYPe accepting applications for 2013 leadership positions | "Leadership Time Solution" is subject of December Tuesday Topic | Entrepreneur wins $2,000 for business idea | CORE area is a wonderful magnet | Focused on training - educating our members | Business benefit from networking exposure at Business Showcase | Annual Gala set for January 25, 2013 | Leadership Jefferson City 2013 applications now available | Leadership Jefferson City holds class reunion to celebrate 25th year | Lewis & Clark Middle School 8th gread students explore career possibilities | Business and education partners participate in orientation session
At the charity stripe | 72-year-old goes Over the Edge | How prepared are you for a 'fiscal cliff?' | AARP to offer free driver safety class for vets | Courses help LIR members stay lifelong learners | Tips can help you lead a more healthy life | State insurance official: Annuities have pros, cons | Don't hesitate; call 911 if symptoms arise |
This Nov. 2, 2011, letter outlines an offer of a $3 million minimum revenue guarantee the city of Columbia made to Delta Airlines in an effort to retain Delta air service in Columbia. On Tuesday, the city of Columbia announced the airline has rejected the offer and will end its service at Columbia Regional Airport in February.
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From News Tribune, Nov. 4, 2012
Unapproved preliminary plans for the new Lafayette interchange propose affecting several neighboring streets, as well as overpasses on Jackson and Chestnut streets. A kickoff meeting for the Lafayette Street Interchange Community Advisory Group was held Wednesday.
A proposed noise ordinance in Jefferson City has gone through more revisions, but it is unclear whether the City Council will take action on the bill Monday.