Jefferson City looks at new after-hours ordinance

The city is considering new ways to regulate businesses that operate “after hours.”

At the Jefferson City Public Safety Committee meeting Thursday, Drew Hilpert, interim city counselor, presented the proposed ordinance that would apply to businesses open between 1 and 4 a.m.

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Second Ward Councilman Rich Koon said Club Motivation on Industrial Drive, what used to be College Complex, has been one source of problems for the city in the past.

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