Documents for April 2013
Jefferson City Police Department injury accident media release from April 24, 2013.
This bill would extend residency requirements of certain Jefferson City department directors.
The April 2013 city budget numbers for Jefferson City government.
Gem & Mineral Show taking place May 10th, 11th & 12th. Live demos, mineral exhibits, rock ID and special activities for children. Gems, minerals, rocks and fossils from around the world. Adults $5 Seniors $3 Children 12 - 18 $3 Children 11 and under are free Visit www.cmrlc.org for more details.
The March 15, 2006, final report of the Jefferson City Transportation Development Plan. The plan, which was prepared at a cost of $150,000, outlined the transit system as it existed in 2006 and a series of recommendations for how to improve the system. A majority of the recommendations were never implemented, largely because of a lack of resources.
The sales tax report for April shows the 1 percent general sales tax came in $74,988 below projections. The city recently lowered their sales tax projections for the year when it became apparent they would not be met. The month’s receipts have put the total shortfall for the 1 percent sales tax at $59,436.
Anyone interested in relaying their comments about the proposed transit cut can submit this form to City Hall in person or mail it to City of Jefferson, 320 E. McCarty, Jefferson City MO 65101 or email a facsimile with comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Why join the Chamber? | Chamber resources leverage economic development activities | Redevelopment continues momentum | MoDOT Reception and Presentation scheduled | Keeping our eye on the ball - business attraction | Local payroll numbers rise due to 2012 expansion activity | Build your business network...join the Chamber! | Chamber Connections | Members making connections | Leadership Jefferson City 2013 | Partners in Education Appreciation Banquet to be held Tuesday, April 30 | Membership Meeting gives members opportunity to take the spotlight
Information used to rank Cole County for Missouri's Kids Count.
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