Jefferson City officials are laying the ground work for the 2016 budget, preparing the City Council for the tough decisions ahead.
Update to site focuses on being user-friendly
Two streets added, three removed
The annual street overlay list for 2015 has received minor changes in the last month, with two streets added, three removed and one changed.
The Jefferson City Liquor Control Board upheld a one-day liquor license suspension of Xpress Liquor & Smokes after the store owner appealed the initial suspension.
Jefferson City’s newest mayor took her seat last night, but not before the now former Mayor Eric Struemph was honored for his service to the city.
It’s been nearly 30 years since Jefferson City voters approved the City Charter, setting up the foundation and rules for the city’s government operations. And there has never been a formal review of the charter to ensure it still holds up to city practices today.
Incoming Mayor Carrie Tergin will be sworn in Monday night and one of her first priorities is to reach out to area groups and entities to build and strengthen partnerships.
Sales tax G for capital improvements expected on 2016 ballot
Jefferson City officials are preparing for the next installment of the half-cent capital improvements sales tax, expected to be placed on the ballot sometime next year.
Steve Veile wants to save tangible elements of Jefferson City history
For Steve Veile, preserving Jefferson City is more of a passion than a hobby.
For the second month in a row, Jefferson City sales tax receipts have come in above projections, with receipts totaling more than $1 million in each month.