City looks at new areas for possible annexation

The Jefferson City Council is getting started with new annexation efforts, just three months after the failure of the city’s last annexation attempt.

At a meeting of the Annexation Committee on Monday, which is made up of the entire City Council, city staff presented annexation areas near the future extensions of Wildwood Drive and Mission Drive. This area was separated into 16 sub-areas and presented to council members.

Ultimately, City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus said, staff would propose doing two separate annexation areas made up of several sub-areas. The first proposal includes what’s called Rademan Lane sub-area, and Frog Hollow 1 and 2 sub-areas. The city estimates that proposal would affect 192 people and consists of 196 acres.

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