Team’s business growth zone centers around Capitol Avenue

‘One of the most beautiful streets in Jefferson City’


This home at 516 Capitol Ave. is one of the 2010 Jefferson City Landmark recipients designated by the city's Historic Preservation Commission.

This home at 516 Capitol Ave. is one of the 2010 Jefferson City Landmark recipients designated by the city's Historic Preservation Commission. Photo by Julie Smith.

The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce’s economic development program, “Transformation,” has action teams that are focusing on a wide variety of topics and projects.

But very few of those action teams hits closer to the chamber’s main purpose than the one focusing on business growth.

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Of all the area their action team is considering, Bill Plank and his co-chair, Joe Scheppers, agree that Capitol Avenue is one of the highest priorities. Scheppers explained that, in his estimation, that particular stretch ....

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