Documents for September 2012
The Jefferson City Council is set to continue discussing the request for proposals for the conference center in a special work session Oct. 8, where several large issues may be decided. The City Council on Monday directed staff to make some changes to the draft RFP. This draft of the RFP for the conference center changes the term “exhibit hall” to “event hall.”
The city's advertisement for a new finance director.
General sales tax figures in Jefferson City have come in higher than projected for the year so far.
The Jefferson City Council received a draft of a request for proposals for a conference center on Sept. 2 and received a second draft with some minor changes on Sept. 17. A council work session has been scheduled for Monday to discuss the proposal and any further changes.
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Jefferson City is soliciting proposals for a public/private partnership to construct a conference center in the city.
This document shows the salaries for each pay grade of city employees.
A 214-page budget analysis that compares fiscal year 2010 and 2011 actuals, as well as the fiscal year adopted 2012 budget and the fiscal year 2013 proposed budget.
This document outlines each city position and the corresponding pay grade
The budget worksheet outlines general fund expenses that were proposed and adopted for fiscal year 2013.
City staff were instructed to reduce expenses 2.5 percent for the 2013 budget year. This document outlines how each department would trim expenses. The budget shown is what was presented by Mayor Eric Struemph to the City Council The council has made changes to some of the figures in the proposed 2013 budget.
From the Chamber Chair How do you measure a community? | First ever Pitch-A-Palooza is a success | Membership meeting October 3 will feature Mike Jones, LU Quarterback Club | Meet Jeremy Winegar, Chamber Board Member | Tuesday Topic Reboot & Refocus | Why are demographics important? | Jefferson City Manufacturers boost employment 22.6% | Congratulations, 2012 Small Business of the Year candidates! | Exceptional Employee Candidates Names | Chamber Connections Thursday, September 20 | Festival Districts boost events | Internships benefit businesses and the community | Partners in Education program kicks off the 2012-2013 school year |
Wheels for Meals | Senior Center Menus Activities | Be in tune with your body | Simple strageties can reduce risk of falls | LIR group takes mystery trip to Clinton | Some investments can pay lifetime of dividends | A look back at my Active Times | Muscular endurance, strength training can improve health |
The Aug. 29, 2007, contract between the city of Jefferson City and Lincoln University regarding the operation of JCTV.
At a JCTV steering committee meeting Aug. 31, a new action plan for the station was laid out that included providing quarterly reports to the City Council on operations and the budget situation, as well as Lincoln University's contributions in terms of programming, student labor, equipment and facility maintenance.