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The Missouri River Runner gets an enthusiastic response Thursday evening as it pulls away from the Lohman’s Landing station headed towards Kansas City. One of the suggestions of the Chamber of Commerce’s “Transformation” teams was to bypass the train tracks with a pedestrian bridge connecting Adrian’s Island to the Rotary Centennial Park at Bolivar Street. To pay for such proposed projects, the Chamber is eyeing an economic development sales tax.

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Sales tax eyed for economic development plan with $69 million wish list

Just one day after voters approved a city sales tax extension, the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce discussed a potential sales tax of its own.


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