‘Deviated’ route will serve hospital location
Transit service to the new St. Mary’s Health Center will begin Nov. 17, the day after the new location will begin accepting patients.
Also wants to spend time with his family
Jefferson City Mayor Eric Struemph will not seek re-election in the spring, citing health concerns and family responsibilities.
A potential partnership between the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department and Lincoln University is moving forward as both entities continue work on collaborative multipurpose building.
The Jefferson City Council officially has put a budget in place for the new fiscal year, but has put a slight hold on some of the newly funded positions.
As Jefferson City prepares to start a new fiscal year Nov. 1, some officials are closely watching the city’s revenues, which have largely remained flat in the last few years.
The News Tribune sat down with Jefferson City officials to discuss the city’s existing revenues and whether, after several years of tight budgets, the city needs to look at increasing its revenues.
Chamber to submit proposal to have Training for Life Campus on unidentified 12 acres
A potential collaboration between the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission and Special Olympics Missouri has come to a halt before it ever really began.
A survey for all downtown property owners and businesses is out today and likely will decide whether Jefferson City’s downtown will look to start a new taxing district to help cover costs of beautification and maintenance.
Jefferson City’s downtown is considering a new taxing district to help cover costs of beautification and maintenance, but only if the support exists among businesses and property owners in the district.
The Jefferson City budget committee has concluded its work and put its stamp of approval on the draft 2015 budget, but not without making several changes to what had been proposed by Mayor Eric Struemph.