Regional library board wants 10-cent levy hike

The Missouri River Regional Library board has recommended putting a 10-cent levy increase on the August ballot to help make repairs to an aging library and to meet rising day-to-day operating expenses.

At a meeting Tuesday of the Missouri River Regional Library (MRRL) Board, the governing board recommended that the two taxing entities — Osage Library Board and the Cole County Board/Jefferson City — ask voters in the two counties to approve a 10-cent levy increase.

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The actions of the MRRL board are just recommendations.

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