Transform Jefferson City
When I think about the Transformation proposal, I remember the old aphorism to the effect that if one is not moving forward toward his goals, he is probably moving backward.
Are we paying attention? Interstate 70 has deteriorated, is congested and “they” are telling us that how to raise $2-$4 billion to replace that 60 year-old interstate is a critical question.
Let’s Transform Jefferson City now! As a young professional born and raised in Jefferson City, I believe that this opportunity to revitalize, energize and enliven our city is one that we need to take advantage of today.
Three years ago my family made a decision to move to Jefferson City.
I’d like to quote Robert Frost’s famous Road Not Taken:
Socialism for the rich. That’s where the transformation sales tax will take us.
On Feb. 7 the citizens of Jefferson City have a very simple question to answer.
I remember stories of my grandfather driving a team of mules on the frozen Missouri River to cross and the one bridge that I rode and drove over growing up.
We returned to Jefferson City in 2009 after graduating from Truman State University and living in Columbia for several years.
Allow us this opportunity to thank our readers who have written their opinions concerning the Transform Jefferson City proposal on Tuesday’s ballot.
Who doesn’t like to have the last word in debates, whether it’s about family topics, sports teams, political races or community issues? Well, here’s your chance.
To all those conservatives out there who abhor those filthy tax and spend liberals let me remind you a vote in favor of the Transform Jefferson City sales tax increase makes you one of those you so detest.
The past several weeks has seen our community in a debate about the upcoming Transformation sales tax issue and your paper has been regularly printing letters from people both in favor of, and opposed to, the proposal.
I believe we will all agree that nobody enjoys paying a tax on their income, purchases or fuel.
After reading your Jan. 22 Views section I came to the following conclusions.