Town hall draws Jefferson City crowd

Roughly 40 people turned out Thursday for the second of three city town hall meetings, with most of the discussion centered on the conference center and the old Missouri State Penitentiary.

The town hall, held at Thomas Jefferson Middle School on Thursday, is part of a series of meetings meant to discuss four main projects within the city: the conference center, the multipurpose building, MSP and downtown parking. But, in both the small group sessions and the open comment period, the conference center and MSP development dominated the conversation.

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