City pursues underdeveloped lands for annexation

Unlike the most recent annexation attempts, Jefferson City is pursuing more undeveloped lands to bring into city limits.

On Monday, the City Council authorized city staff to pursue two annexation proposals. 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.

The second proposal includes what’s called the Popp/Hammann Farm sub-area, Wildwood Extension sub-area, Rademan Farm sub-area and Webb Farm sub-area. The city estimates that proposal would affect 40 people and consists of 546 acres.

Both areas would be placed on the August ballot, if the council ....

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