Meetings offer chance to get to know businesses

Mark Naeger, left, Shaun Sappenfield and Mike Honeywell, right, talk about the renovation of the former Warwick Village cottages and their new use, such as this one at De Nouveau Salon and Gifts at #10 and #20 in the Village Square.

Mark Naeger, left, Shaun Sappenfield and Mike Honeywell, right, talk about the renovation of the former Warwick Village cottages and their new use, such as this one at De Nouveau Salon and Gifts at #10 and #20 in the Village Square. Photo by Julie Smith.

About a dozen fellow entrepreneurs sat down for a cup of coffee this week with Hank and Linda Stratman. The couple shared their business concept and their long-term investment at the Village Square, formerly Warwick Village, at the Start Up Jefferson City’s Monthly Coffees.

The Stratmans are in the midst of a five-year plan to renovate the once-neglected historic properties at the intersection of East McCarty and East High streets.

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