Candidates agree the city has room to grow, but not on how to promote growth

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson speaks with Greg Bexten and Kevin Schwarzer of Hawthorn Bank during the Business Leadership Summit on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, at Capitol Plaza Hotel and Convention Center in Jefferson City, Mo. (Ethan Weston/News Tribune photo)
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson speaks with Greg Bexten and Kevin Schwarzer of Hawthorn Bank during the Business Leadership Summit on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, at Capitol Plaza Hotel and Convention Center in Jefferson City, Mo. (Ethan Weston/News Tribune photo)

In order to thrive, Jefferson City has to grow, according to all of the eight candidates seeking City Council seats on the April 2 ballot.

But

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