As a Jefferson City native who has built my entire life from the parameters of this town, I am proud to share my voice about Transform Jefferson City.
In Washington D.C., members of Congress work hard to find a way to extend the payroll tax cut and keep more money in the working person’s pocket each payday.
Several writers to this paper have spoken of the idea of taxation without representation.
Wow! I have lived in Jefferson City over 50 years and this is my first letter to the editor.
Regarding the Transformation sales tax increase, there is no possible way the City Council or the Chamber of Commerce can justify inflicting a typical family of four with a $60 tax increase every year for 10 years.
I want to encourage all residents to vote yes for the Transform Jefferson City project on Feb. 7.
As a multi-generation resident of Jefferson City, I support the objectives of Transformation and will vote yes on Feb. 7.
I am writing to support Transform Jefferson City based upon similar experience.
There was an increase in the sewer rates for a typical household of $3.84 per month.
I strongly support the Transform Jefferson City campaign and will be voting in favor of the half-cent sales tax Feb. 7.
I read with interest the article from newly installed Jefferson City Chamber Chairman Bob Scruggs, in the News Tribune’s January edition of the “Chamber Today” entitled “Its time to turn up the heat ...”
Last month, I submitted a letter to the NT correcting some misstatements made in several previously published letters on the subject of Transformation.
I’m an engineer. That usually means people think I like numbers and math.
I have lived in Jefferson City since 1957 and therefore feel somewhat qualified to comment on the Transformation proposal voters will soon decide.
Transform Jefferson City is a very important and needed project for the city, something that has been needed for some time.