type "Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro- Business States" into your search engine. The repost is not on line as they sell it and ship it for $34.
They also gave the following grades: Unemployment rate - D; Workers Comp - B; Average Teachers Comp - F. The company, to which I have no affiliation, doesn't care where their client relocates. They find out what the company's needs are then look to find the best solution. They praise organizations like the Missouri Partnership and the Missouri Econiomic Development Council. Would you care to explain your definition of "anti-worker?"
Yet, an independent company, which speciallizes in finding in finding matches between companies looking to move and a pro-business environment suitable to their needs, give both the Missouri transportation infrastructure and cost of electricity an "A" grade. They rank Missouri as the #8 pro-business state bassed on 32 factors.
I hope I'm wrong. Each step the the city takes towards constructing a convention center and redeveloping the MSP we are closer that much to filing for bankruptcy.
The current mayor, city administrator and previous city council decided to purchase three apartments on Mulberry, near the old bread store, with the purpose of tearing them down and creating a green space. The property was purchased in April 2012 and to date nothing has been done -- the place is an eyesore. The City leaders need to lead from the front not from behind.
I believe Mr Miller had previously informed those over him of his plans to step down with the next couple of months. If true, the administration took the opportunity to appear to be doing something by "firing" the guy who was stepping down anyways.
I'l sign, just let me know when you will be at specific places. I'll make the effort to come to you.
Interesting, no comment about the individual who spoke for increasing the hours. He asked those in favor of these cuts to have their famililes park thier cars and only use public transportation for 2 weeks. He was the only person to receive a round of applause. How did the reporter miss that?
Wasn't this sold in the manner of this is to ensure the airlines makes a profit for the year. Columbia's and JC's mayors forgot to tell everyone it was to ensure a profit on each flight.
Do we get a refund if there is profit without the local subsidy?
I ask the the city administrator, mayor, transit director to only use public transportation for two weeks prior to making any decision on this matter.
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