October 27, 2013
Owners of the Capital Mall are trying to get a TIF and CID established to help pay for $36 million in renovations and repairs. As part of the work, several air conditioning units will need to be replaced.
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On Monday night, Jefferson City’s council members get their first official look at the Capital Mall’s request for a TIF — tax increment financing — district to make improvements at the nearly 36-year-old shopping center.
The Capital Mall is hoping to get a $36 million makeover, but first property owners have to show Jefferson City officials the area is blighted. Its owners are trying to establish a tax increment financing, or TIF, district to help pay for repairs and renovations, and they're detailing the issues at Capital Mall.
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