Stakeholders set to take action on housing plans in Jefferson City

Julie Smith/News Tribune photo: 
Kelley Lucero explains how neighboring counties have approached issues in order to get cooperation from multiple agencies, churches and other non-profit entities Monday, Feb. 12, 2024, while facilitating a housing meeting at First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City. Lucero is an organizer for Central Missouri Community Action in Boone County. Seated, clockwise from left are: Paul Samson with Jefferson City Regional Economic Partnership, Jefferson City Councilman Mike Lester, CMCA's Stefani Thompson, Lucero and Chelsea Zabski with the Missouri Foundation of Health, which sponsored Monday's meeting.
Julie Smith/News Tribune photo: Kelley Lucero explains how neighboring counties have approached issues in order to get cooperation from multiple agencies, churches and other non-profit entities Monday, Feb. 12, 2024, while facilitating a housing meeting at First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City. Lucero is an organizer for Central Missouri Community Action in Boone County. Seated, clockwise from left are: Paul Samson with Jefferson City Regional Economic Partnership, Jefferson City Councilman Mike Lester, CMCA's Stefani Thompson, Lucero and Chelsea Zabski with the Missouri Foundation of Health, which sponsored Monday's meeting.

Housing has been the subject of plenty of talk in the Jefferson City community, and a group of residents is ready to turn those words into action.

Carolyn

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