Documents for June 2013

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April finance documents

The April financial packet for Jefferson City, which includes sales tax receipts, lodging tax report, monthly line-by-line budget and audit bid information.

Chamber Today, June 2013

From the Chamber Chair - There's no place like home | Ariculation agreement improves access to higher education | Reflecting on the 2013 legislative session | New Legislation creates Missouri Missouri Works Program | Historic preservation tax credits vital to redevelopment | Next steps for MoDOT funding unclear | Defeat HB398 (ISRS) causes concern for future of utility infrastructure | State employee pay raise impacts local economy | Where do we go from here? | Local legislators respond | Harold Westheus 1972 Chamber Chair | Chamber Connections | Members Making Connections | Leadership Jefferson City 2013 | Wine competition garners rave reviews | Chamber celebrates 120th birthday at 2013 Chamber BBQ

Erhardt conference center plan

Ehrhardt Hospitality Group’s proposal, which proposes the facility at a West McCarty Street site, shows a facility with 22,500 square feet and though the concepts show a 200-room hotel, the developer said they would be more comfortable with a 150-room hotel. The project’s estimated total cost is $36.8 million, not including the cost of an accompanying parking garage, which the developer noted the city would be asked to fund.

Farmer conference center proposal

The Farmer Holding Company’s proposal, which proposes the facility at the Capital Mall, shows a 20,000-square-foot facility with a 126-room hotel at a total cost of $25 million.

Actives Times - June 2013

All for Naught | Cure for retirement planning paralysis | Exercise is essential in managing arthritis | AARP Fest to host magic of music and sleight of hand | Overnight dementia 'camp' allows caregivers rest | 'A Club for Everyone' | Senior Center Menus for June | Senior Activities | Appeal your property taxes and save |

Conference Center update

In a June 3, 2013, letter, Jefferson City City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus announces Drury Hotels has withdrawn from the conference center selection process. A copy of the letter is attached.