Old Town board recognizes former councilman's work

Future money, future partnerships, future neighborhood renewal — the “brainchild” of former City Councilman Ron Medin is drawing closer to its original design.

The Old Town Revitalization Company recognized Medin’s efforts while on the Jefferson City Council to promote incentives for revitalizing the original city center.

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Once not-for-profit status for the group is in place, the city will transfer ownership of the 1015 Atchison St. property, where ....

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