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story.lead_photo.caption Liv Paggiarino/News Tribune Transportation Planner Katrina Williams smiles from underneath her mask as she chats with other attendees to the Jefferson City Department of Planning and Protective Services’ "Love Where You Live" Event on Thursday at McClung Park. Several city government members, and a handful of members of the public, were in attendance throughout the day.

Residents still have time to give input on the city's 20-year comprehensive plan.

The Department of Planning and Protective Services hosted an open house Thursday for residents to learn more about the plan and provide input.

The public input period closes Wednesday.

A draft of the plan can be viewed on the city's website.

Ahnna Nanoski, a city planner who has been working on the comprehensive plan, said she's received some input but still wants more.

"Participating in local government and planning is important," she said. "It's everybody's community. We (in city government) can use best practices, but at the end of the day we need community input so policies, programs and development are the most appropriate for Jefferson City."

Nanoski said along with the survey online, people can come to city hall to fill out a paper one. There are also informational posters on the first floor of city hall about some key parts of the plan.

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