New council takes its seat
“Passion.” “Tenacious.” “Dedicated.” “Enthusiastic.” “Friend.” Those are the words members of the Jefferson City Council used to describe outgoing 4th Ward Councilwoman Carrie Tergin at her last council meeting Monday.
‘Time to move forward on public transit’
It’s been a year since Citizens for JeffTran requested a transit panel to make suggestions to the Jefferson City Council, and the group's preparing to revise the idea.
Some programs at the Washington Park Ice Arena, as well as two other recreation programs, soon will see fee increases as approved by the Parks and Recreation Commission.
Several council members ask if there’s better use for lodging tax fund
After last week’s vote by the Jefferson City Council to reject two proposals for a proposed conference center, some council members are questioning whether there isn’t a better use for the lodging tax funds.
Whether it was to hunt for eggs or visit the Easter bunny, families gathered at the Governor’s Mansion on Saturday for the annual Easter celebration on the grounds.
Jefferson City sales taxes have fallen behind projections again, but the city still expects to end the fiscal year with a surplus thanks to the harsh winter temperatures.
A planned expansion and renovations to the Capital 8 Theaters have been approved by the Jefferson City Planning and Zoning Commission.
Jefferson City no longer will hold primaries for municipal offices after voters approved a change to the City Charter on Tuesday.
Jefferson City’s 4th Ward has a new representative.
City Council's 9-1 vote kills both Ehrhardt, Farmer proposals
The Jefferson City Council voted to reject both conference center proposals Monday night, effectively putting an end to a nearly two-year process.