Capital Region announces $35 million expansion May 24, 2013
I am glad the public showed up at the meeting, these folks running Jefferson City need to realize they can't just do as they please. Business is good for downtown, no matter what kind of business. I wonder who pays more sales taxes, tattoo parlors or lawyers offices. Last time I went to the lawyer I don't remember any sales tax being charged. Thanks to all that showed up and I hope this is the end of this.
Would be a wise move, make them in state prisons pay or their families pay To much laying around and eating junk food(bought in prision store). Basis medical, nothing else, saw convicts locked up for DWI getting cancer treatment they couldn't afford on the street.
I could see close to a church or school, but anywhere else should be fine. The new style of tattoo establishments are clean modern and in most cases a lot more sanitary than some of the restaurants in downtown JC. How about regulating the lawyers, politician election offices,etc. How about some kind of ordance about election signs, still seeing them up all over the place. More diverse businesses will bring in more shoppers, etc. Not everyone likes clothes, flowers and junk.
Be cool if 100 folks went to city hall to apply for tattoo parlor/headshop license.
I work in Jeff City and I can't believe the narrow mindness of the leaders of this town. It is no wonder the economy is rotten and there are no jobs. When are the people of JC, going to wake the heck up and vote all these old outdated jerks out of office. You all need to get some young blood running for these offices, of course the average age in JC is most likely 70+, all the young moved to the outlying cities.
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