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Housing Authority selects new executive director

Quetsch to start Jan. 1, Pollock to aid transition

The Jefferson City Housing Authority has hired a new executive director. Cynthia Quetsch has been selected to replace outgoing director Allen Pollock, who is retiring at the end of February after nearly 30 years as director.

LU, city may team up on parking issues

Council to consider sharing enforcement for parking on streets near university

Jefferson City police may soon share enforcement powers of parking regulations with Lincoln University on the streets bordering campus, an idea that stemmed from trying to solve existing parking issues on Chestnut Street.

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First phase of north riverwalk complete

The first part of a riverwalk in North Jefferson City is complete, and organizers plan now to create an overlook to view the Capitol from the Noren Access.

Chestnut Street goes back to Council

A resolution permitting the temporary closure of Chestnut Street has been moved back to the full Jefferson City Council after discussion at the Public Works and Planning Committee meeting.

Wiseman plans to run for Jefferson City Council

Though filing is still one month away, one candidate for Jefferson City Council is already getting started.

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Few questions at public information session on trash proposals

Only a handful of people attended a public information session on Jefferson City’s most recent trash proposals with few questions being asked.

City sets filing dates for April election

Filing dates for the April election have officially been set after the Jefferson City Council approved the 2016 election dates Monday.

Committee recommends chamber contract renewal

The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce has been recommended to continue as the city’s economic development agency.

Chestnut discussion set for Thursday

A resolution to establish a plan for Clark Avenue and Chestnut Street is expected to be discussed Thursday morning, after the Jefferson City Council opted not to take any action Monday.

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New museum continues lifelong study of art

Sarah Knee’s interest in art started when she was young.

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