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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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One less muni in St. Louis County? Glen Echo Park seeks to merge with Normandy.
...Together, their dollars will go further, they say. "It makes all kinds of sense to do this," Normandy Mayor Mark Beckmann said. "It’s just strength in numbers." Discussions over a merger have come and gone...
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Joplin Globe
Thursday's Sports In Brief
...Projected as one of the top players in the NFL draft, Carter was sentenced in Athens-Clarke County Municipal Court, according to a statement from attorney Kim T. Stephens. Carter also must complete 50 hours...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Kansas City Star
Kansas City Police lawyer accused of withholding public records leaves department
...attorney representing McCarty, about Dodge’s departure. Days after McCarty’s letter was made public, Mayor Quinton Lucas said he and other police board members agreed to hire a law firm to investigate the...
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Joplin Globe   +1 other publication
Brian Smith: Fate of ‘Tiger Connector’ depends on Missourians voicing their support
...businesses while adding to the tax base of rural communities throughout the state. A truncated list of municipal benefits include $10 million in sales and property taxes for Chariton County, half a million dollars...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KSHB-TV ABC Kansas City
Teen who killed KCPD officer, K9, pedestrian ‘cut many breaks’ in prior traffic cases
...at 3:14 PM, Mar 16, 2023 and last updated 2023-03-16 16:14:54-04 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tonganoxie Municipal Court records indicate that the city’s police chief believed Jerron Lightfoot had been given enough...
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Springfield News-Leader
MDC offers upcoming online program with focus on deer management for landowners
...while balancing landowner needs." Any private property of at least 500 acres located outside of municipal boundaries, regardless of the owner’s legal residence, is eligible for the program, according to...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Voters to decide on Crystal City Ward 2 Council member
...degree in political science from Northwestern University and certificates in planning & zoning and economic development from University of Missouri St. Louis. FRIEDMEYER, 66, is retired after working for...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Platte County Citizen
Google Fiber coming to Parkville
...Constitution pertaining to recreational marijuana. In summary, this involves modifying the reference to ‘medical marijuana’ throughout the Municipal Code to just ‘marijuana,’ as the new recreational marijuana rules...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Camdenton Reporter
April ballot set for Camden County voters
...be needed. City of Camdenton John McNabb is the only name on the ballot running for the position of Mayor as is Eric Faes for Ward One Alderman, Brenda Weir for Ward Two Alderman and Mark B. Anderson for...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Park Hills Daily Journal
US pregnancy deaths dropped in 2022, after COVID spike
...people is 121 per 100,000, compared to 44 per 100,000 among white parents in the state. Access to transportation, eligibility for Medicaid, and systematic racism are some of the core factors causing this disparity....
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Mayor, Ward 4 aldermanic seats up for grabs in Hillsboro
...the biggest problems facing the city and how would you address them? Russell: Continued work on economic development, a new water tower, infrastructure, parks improvements, helping small businesses and...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KTTN Trenton
Noncitizens allowed to vote in some local elections around the country, spurring GOP backlash
...essentially one of the most fundamental things in our country." But in a letter to District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser, several GOP members of the House of Representatives said the legislation "fundamentally...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Marshall Democrat-News
Mayoral candidates provide biographies for Marshall voters
...for office. The General Municipal Election is Tuesday, April 4. Below are candidates for Marshall Mayor. Next week, candidates for city council seats will appear. Dewey Hendrix My name is Dewey Hendrix....
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SunTimesNews
MDC invites landowners to March 28 webinar on wildlife cooperatives
...landowner needs." Wiskirchen added that any private property of at least 500 acres located outside of municipal boundaries, regardless of the owner’s legal residence, is eligible for the program. For properties...
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Webster-Kirkwood Times
Police Seek Additional Victims After Man Charged In Multiple Statutory Rape Crimes
...that were visible in the images on his phone, according to police. Pratt has a number of prior municipal traffic violations in various counties and has been charged with fraudulent use of a credit card,...
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Ozark Radio News
Garylee has your sports update
...First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m., Friday. All Golf Leagues at the Willow Springs Thomas F Benyo Municipal Golf Course will all start the week of April 17th Church Monday at 530pm, Cat & Dogs Tuesday at...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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El Dorado Springs Sun
State Rep. Dane Diehl 125th District
...Workforce - HB 417 will help employers develop and retain skilled workers by allowing the Department of Economic Development to award grants to qualifying employers for each employee or prospective employee who...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Government
Missouri Independent
The ‘wanteds’ system must end
...name has recently been added to the long list of those we’ll never forget. Just last week, the Memphis City Council passed reforms to limit police authority to conduct traffic stops and several other cities...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch   +1 other publication
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Temporary nurses cost hospitals big during pandemic. Lawmakers are now considering limits.
...requirements but said another of the changes might prompt her to close shop or move her business out of state: Agencies will be barred from collecting compensation when their employees get recruited to work for...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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One less muni in St. Louis County? Glen Echo Park seeks to merge with Normandy.
...Together, their dollars will go further, they say. "It makes all kinds of sense to do this," Normandy Mayor Mark Beckmann said. "It’s just strength in numbers." Discussions over a merger have come and gone...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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Best Bets: 'Tootsie,' the Killers, St. Patrick's Day, Shemekia Copeland and more
...yet another pandemic-canceled Dogtown parade, decided to march on Main Street. They bumped into the mayor, who joined them and suggested they organize a formal parade. So they did in 2022, and it was so successful...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KCUR
Kansas City election guide: Meet the 2023 in-district candidates for City Council
...What voters should know about the April 2023 ballot Kansas City voters are narrowing the field for mayor and city council seats in redrawn council districts. Plus, residents will decide whether to approve...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KMOX Radio 1120 St​. Louis
St. Charles takes legal action against Ameren over contaminated water wells
..."My position today, and the reason you all are here and the reason I’m here, is I'm out of options," Mayor Dan Borgmeyer said in his announcement. "I’ve tried everything, we’ve done all we could." Mayor...
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Kansas City Star
Kansas City Police lawyer accused of withholding public records leaves department
...attorney representing McCarty, about Dodge’s departure. Days after McCarty’s letter was made public, Mayor Quinton Lucas said he and other police board members agreed to hire a law firm to investigate the...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KOMU -TV8 Columbia
Residents divided on new roundabout at Route K and Old Plank Road
...Thursday is the first of six steps leading up to the construction. The next step is a public hearing at a city council meeting which is yet to be scheduled. Construction of the project is anticipated to begin...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KOMU -TV8 Columbia
Kingdom City, Fulton among cities to propose an additional tax on recreational marijuana
...City is one area that plans to include the issue on its April 4th ballot. Larry Doyle, Kingdom City's city manager, said the board decided to propose the tax in an effort to raise additional funds for the city....
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Columbia Missourian
Columbia Police release report from 2021 shooting
...includes snippets of dash camera and body camera footage, followed public calls for its release. City Manager De’Carlon Seewood pledged to release the report following a March 6 City Council meeting. The...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KMOV 4 St​. Louis
Union hires 14-year-olds to solve summer worker shortage
...of aldermen voted to lower the minimum hiring age from 15 to 14-years-old. Jonathan Zimmerman is the city administrator. "We’re having fewer people apply which means we have to open it up to everybody we...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Here's what city council candidates said at a forum focused on the environment
Columbia-area environmental groups wanted to know Columbia City Council candidates' thoughts about related issues facing the city. These groups, which included Citizens' Climate Lobby of Columbia, Climate...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Festus, Hillsboro, Herculaneum, Pevely try marijuana sales taxes
...it passes, Hillsboro will use revenue from the marijuana sales tax to fund its general operations, City Administrator Jesse Wallis. Pevely city officials said the sales tax on marijuana sales would provide...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Heartlander News   +1 other publication
Missouri attorney general to amend charges against St. Louis prosecutor after uncovering new evidence
...2020 Democratic primary and 74% of the vote in the November election. However, Democratic St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones, business leaders and state representatives openly questioned her capability to remain...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Maryville Daily Forum
Skidmore leaders approve new project engineer
...warning regarding its surprise inspection of the city sewer plant in late January. Buy Now Skidmore Alderman Marvin Sumy will retire from the board in April. He told The Forum that he has enjoyed his time on...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Wright presents rare challenge to Haggard in Herculaneum Mayor race
William C. Haggard faces a rare challenge as he seeks his sixth straight two-year term as Herculaneum’s mayor in the April 4 election. Haggard was appointed to fill a vacancy of the city’s top governmental spot...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Voters to decide on Crystal City Ward 2 Council member
...degree in political science from Northwestern University and certificates in planning & zoning and economic development from University of Missouri St. Louis. FRIEDMEYER, 66, is retired after working for...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Byrnes Mill officials to ask voters to pass use tax
...its 2.5 percent sales tax on internet purchases, just as it does at retail businesses in the city. City Administrator Adam Thompson said at least some of the revenue from the use tax would fund upfront costs...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Three incumbents face challenge from large field of six challengers for Jefferson County Health Department
...Health Department board since 2007 and have been its chairman in 2008-2015 and 2018-2020. I was an alderman in Herculaneum from 1993-2003, served on the Local Emergency Planning Committee of Jefferson County...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Girl Empowerment Day on tap in May
...and financial skills learning, with presentations by women in various powerful positions, including Mayor Carrie Tergin and members of the Cole County Sheriff’s Department and Cole County EMTs. At its core,...
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Spectrum News St​. Louis
St. Charles moves step closer to suing Ameren Missouri over contaminated water
...moves a step closer towards a lawsuit against Ameren over its polluted water well fields. Wednesday, Mayor Dan Borgmeyer announced it has retained two law firms to look into the city’s case. The firms are...
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Mid Rivers Newsmagazine
O’Fallon prepares for road construction, improvements season
...City Council approved two road projects and introduced bills for four others. All were sponsored by Mayor Bill Hennessy. Sommers Road By a vote of 9-0, the council passed Bill No. 7536 for the Sommers Road...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KBIA (NPR) Columbia
Columbia City Council approves plans for bike park
...new bike park in the northeastern portion of the Columbia Cosmopolitan Recreation Area. On Jan. 17, City Council passed the ordinance allowing for the park's construction. According to Gabe Huffington, the...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Sheridan Express
Cody Green Offered Teacher Contract; School Applies for Energy Grant
...(EMT), Mark Downey (Senior Application Engineer), Tom Davidson (Construction Worker), and Debbie Roach (Mayor of Grant City). Curriculum Director and Athletic Director Josh Smith reported on some of the things...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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The politics governing St. Louis policing likely to remain under state control
...Senate, a Board of Police Commissioners with four members appointed by the governor would serve with the mayor or the president of the Board of Aldermen beginning in August 2023. The state board, which is being...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Platte County Citizen
Google Fiber coming to Parkville
...Constitution pertaining to recreational marijuana. In summary, this involves modifying the reference to ‘medical marijuana’ throughout the Municipal Code to just ‘marijuana,’ as the new recreational marijuana rules...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Camdenton Reporter
April ballot set for Camden County voters
...be needed. City of Camdenton John McNabb is the only name on the ballot running for the position of Mayor as is Eric Faes for Ward One Alderman, Brenda Weir for Ward Two Alderman and Mark B. Anderson for...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Races for City Council seats in Arnold Wards 1 and 2
...Seidenstricker: I have served as Ward 2 councilman for the past four years, two of those years as mayor pro tem. I am a founding member of the Arnold Beautification Committee and serve on the Liquor Committee,...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Mayor, Ward 4 aldermanic seats up for grabs in Hillsboro
...the biggest problems facing the city and how would you address them? Russell: Continued work on economic development, a new water tower, infrastructure, parks improvements, helping small businesses and...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KTTN Trenton
Noncitizens allowed to vote in some local elections around the country, spurring GOP backlash
...essentially one of the most fundamental things in our country." But in a letter to District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser, several GOP members of the House of Representatives said the legislation "fundamentally...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Marshall Democrat-News
Mayoral candidates provide biographies for Marshall voters
...for office. The General Municipal Election is Tuesday, April 4. Below are candidates for Marshall Mayor. Next week, candidates for city council seats will appear. Dewey Hendrix My name is Dewey Hendrix....
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Howell County News
The View from the Mid-Point
...budget so far this year. In each one of these hearings, we reviewed the spending requests of specific state agencies. That work prepared us to carefully consider the appropriations bills coming over from the...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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MissouriNet
Wentzville Lawmaker Talks About Sponsored Bill To Help Hazardous Waste Victims In St. Louis Area
...built that next to an operating high school." Byrnes asks the Missouri Attorney General, and several state agencies, to conduct a joint investigation into whether the state of Missouri, and its residents,...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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St​. Joseph News Press   +1 other publication
Federal government approves $31 billion Kansas City Southern railroad merger
...decision got in some areas along the Mississippi River. Ann Geiger, a former member of the Princeton City Council who lives near the railroad tracks in Scott County and has opposed the merger, said the decision...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Affton-Shrewsbury Patch​.com   +14 other publications
University Of Missouri-St. Louis Tritons Weekly Rewind: Men's Basketball Advances To Regional Final
...dual meet against Harding on Friday at the Forest Lake Tennis Club in Chesterfield, Missouri. Jose Mayorga, Juan Vigil, Raphael Kerndl, Joshua Mackey, and Tanin Ramnath all lost in straight sets, while Pascal...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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St​. Louis Riverfront Times
Missouri AG Promises Stronger Case Against Kim Gardner
...requests for documents overly broad. According to the filings from Gardner, the discovery requests to Mayor Tishaura Jones and Darlene Green on their own yielded more than 24,000 documents. Baily's filing...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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93​.9 The Eagle   +1 other publication
Missouri’s governor will speak at April’s Swift ribbon-cutting event
...meat products each year. The Swift positions are expected to pay more than $50,000 annually. Columbia city manager De’Carlon Seewood has told 939 the Eagle that the project is exciting for the community and...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Maplewood-Brentwood Patch​.com   +1 other publication
University Of Missouri-St. Louis Tritons Weekly Rewind: Men's Basketball Advances To Regional Final
...dual meet against Harding on Friday at the Forest Lake Tennis Club in Chesterfield, Missouri. Jose Mayorga, Juan Vigil, Raphael Kerndl, Joshua Mackey, and Tanin Ramnath all lost in straight sets, while Pascal...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Kansas City Star
Hawley introduces bill to shield bank customers from fees over bailout for failed banks
...Wichita Eagle. He holds a journalism degree from The University of Kansas. Read Next Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas is pushing a new tree protection plan and said, "I think there is a fair balance you...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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RED LATINA
Las apuestas deportivas móviles están en auge en algunos estados mientras otros se alejan
...los ingresos de las apuestas deportivas móviles, una tasa mucho más alta que otros estados, y la mayoría de los ingresos se destinan a la educación. Los funcionarios presupuestarios originalmente proyectaron...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Springfield News-Leader
Campaign ads for McClure, Brunner, and SPS bond issue to start airing on TV
Claudette Riley Springfield News-Leader Campaign ads for Springfield mayoral incumbent Ken McClure and school board candidate Judy Brunner are scheduled to start running Monday on KY3. The KYTV media...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Jefferson City News Tribune
State requesting feedback on use of five HUD programs
...grant programs. Missouri is required to regularly create a five-year consolidated plan to ensure that state agencies responsible for steering federal Housing and Urban Development grant programs share common...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Three Rivers Publishing
New members elected to University of Missouri Extension Council
Congratulations are extended to four new council members and, two returning members who were elected to the University of Missouri Extension Crawford County Council following elections held countywide on...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Marshall Democrat-News
Central Missouri Board of REALTORS® receives national grant to support Smart Growth development
...Economic Impact Study they will be doing soon. Councilmen Charles Guthery and Robert Ashford along with Mayor Dewey Hendrix, Commissioners Becky Plattner and Stephanie Gooden, Shelby Vogel, Executive Director...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Taxes
KJLU 88​.9 FM
AARP offering free tax assistance to seniors, low-income residents in Jefferson City
...any kind of return they’re getting. "I mean some of our seniors are getting no more than just the property tax credit, this is a special credit that the state of Missouri offers to seniors. Sometimes they’re...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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One less muni in St. Louis County? Glen Echo Park seeks to merge with Normandy.
...Together, their dollars will go further, they say. "It makes all kinds of sense to do this," Normandy Mayor Mark Beckmann said. "It’s just strength in numbers." Discussions over a merger have come and gone...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Fulton Sun
Effort to drop state sales tax on groceries in limbo
Missouri is one of just 13 states that levies a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and rising cost of food, several other states have moved to reduce the burden...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KCUR
Kansas City election guide: Meet the 2023 in-district candidates for City Council
...What voters should know about the April 2023 ballot Kansas City voters are narrowing the field for mayor and city council seats in redrawn council districts. Plus, residents will decide whether to approve...
03/17/2023   USA USA    Internet
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East Jackson County Examiner
Will state drop sales tax on groceries?
By Clara Bates Missouri Independent Missouri is one of just 13 states that levies a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and rising cost of food, several states...
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KOMU -TV8 Columbia
Kingdom City, Fulton among cities to propose an additional tax on recreational marijuana
...City is one area that plans to include the issue on its April 4th ballot. Larry Doyle, Kingdom City's city manager, said the board decided to propose the tax in an effort to raise additional funds for the city....
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Joplin Globe   +1 other publication
Brian Smith: Fate of ‘Tiger Connector’ depends on Missourians voicing their support
...businesses while adding to the tax base of rural communities throughout the state. A truncated list of municipal benefits include $10 million in sales and property taxes for Chariton County, half a million dollars...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Festus, Hillsboro, Herculaneum, Pevely try marijuana sales taxes
...it passes, Hillsboro will use revenue from the marijuana sales tax to fund its general operations, City Administrator Jesse Wallis. Pevely city officials said the sales tax on marijuana sales would provide...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Byrnes Mill officials to ask voters to pass use tax
...its 2.5 percent sales tax on internet purchases, just as it does at retail businesses in the city. City Administrator Adam Thompson said at least some of the revenue from the use tax would fund upfront costs...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Clay County Courier-Tribune
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
Missouri is one of just 13 states that levy a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and rising cost of food, several other states have moved to reduce the burden...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Mid Rivers Newsmagazine
O’Fallon prepares for road construction, improvements season
...City Council approved two road projects and introduced bills for four others. All were sponsored by Mayor Bill Hennessy. Sommers Road By a vote of 9-0, the council passed Bill No. 7536 for the Sommers Road...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KBIA (NPR) Columbia
Columbia City Council approves plans for bike park
...new bike park in the northeastern portion of the Columbia Cosmopolitan Recreation Area. On Jan. 17, City Council passed the ordinance allowing for the park's construction. According to Gabe Huffington, the...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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WDAF-TV (FOX 4) Kansas City   +1 other publication
Hundreds of Kansans get medical marijuana cards in Missouri as state weighs legalization
TOPEKA (KSNT)- As Kansas lawmakers consider whether to legalize medical marijuana, hundreds of Kansans are crossing the state line to take advantage of legal weed in Missouri. During a hearing for a ...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Three new members will join Fox C-6 Board of Education
...there be additional funds to help with implementation? District officials have proposed placing a property tax increase on the August ballot. Would you support that ballot issue? Why or why not? Frazier:...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Camdenton Reporter
April ballot set for Camden County voters
...be needed. City of Camdenton John McNabb is the only name on the ballot running for the position of Mayor as is Eric Faes for Ward One Alderman, Brenda Weir for Ward Two Alderman and Mark B. Anderson for...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Kansas City Pitch Weekly   +8 other publications
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
Renewed bipartisan efforts to eliminate the sales tax on grocery food this legislative session have hit roadblocks Sen. Mary Elizabeth Coleman enters the Missouri Senate on the first day of the 2023 legislative...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Races for City Council seats in Arnold Wards 1 and 2
...Seidenstricker: I have served as Ward 2 councilman for the past four years, two of those years as mayor pro tem. I am a founding member of the Arnold Beautification Committee and serve on the Liquor Committee,...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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KTTN Trenton
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
(Missouri Independent) - Missouri is one of just 13 states that levies a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and the rising cost of food, several other states...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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SunTimesNews
Get ready for the 2023 and 2024 solar eclipses
...Sponsor opportunities Exhibitor Restrictions and Hotel Discounts Exhibitors are responsible for all sales, taxes, licenses required if they plan to sell their products/services on site. Exhibitors may not...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Benton County Enterprise
Report: Representative Jim Kalberloh, 126th District
...decide if the state should raise the threshold to modify the constitution in the future. Providing Property Tax Relief - HB 713 would change current state law that requires assessors to determine vehicle values...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Benton County Enterprise
Report: Representative Rodger Reedy, 57th District
...Life-Saving Exams - HBs 575 & 910 -Expanding Access to Physical Therapy - HBs 115 & 99 -Providing Property Tax Relief - HB 713 -Simplifying Vehicle Sale Tax - HB 415 -Protecting Missouri Farmland - HBs...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Kansas City Star
Readers give The Star excellent story ideas. We’re grateful — and we want to hear more
...Johnson County supermarkets because they hadn’t lowered their rates to reflect decreases in the state sales tax on food. Reporter Jonathan Shorman dug in. What really was happening was that Mr. Pfefer was shopping...
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El Dorado Springs Sun
State Rep. Dane Diehl 125th District
...Workforce - HB 417 will help employers develop and retain skilled workers by allowing the Department of Economic Development to award grants to qualifying employers for each employee or prospective employee who...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Three Rivers Publishing   +1 other publication
Commission hears reports, makes appointments
...advertisement of the opening and a recommendation from the board. Treasurer Karen Sikes reported sales tax revenue was up over last year at this time. Citizen Cindy Redburn asked whether the commission...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Salem News MO
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
...session. Annelise Hanshaw/Missouri Independent Missouri is one of just 13 states that levies a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and rising cost of food,...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Phelps County Focus   +1 other publication
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
...on the first day of the 2023 legislative session. Missouri is one of just 13 states that levies a sales tax on grocery food items. Citing the hefty burden on low-income shoppers and rising cost of food,...
03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Clay County Courier-Tribune
Proposals to eliminate Missouri sales tax on groceries in limbo
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03/16/2023   USA USA    Internet
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Business
Eagle 102 KJFM Radio
Pitch in and pick up during MoDOT’s No MOre Trash Bash
...mowing season. In 2022, MoDOT spent $7.7 million to remove litter from more than 385,000 acres of right of way along nearly 34,000 state highway miles. For 2023, the work of MoDOT crews and additional litter...
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Tentative contract agreement gives beginning teachers an increase of less than 2%
...new teacher 1.6% to $40,900. That was among the details worked out over weeks of negotiations in collective bargaining sessions, said Noelle Gilzow, president of the Columbia Missouri National Education Association....
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KCUR
Kansas City election guide: Meet the 2023 in-district candidates for City Council
...What voters should know about the April 2023 ballot Kansas City voters are narrowing the field for mayor and city council seats in redrawn council districts. Plus, residents will decide whether to approve...
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Gasconade County Republican
12 Questions To Ask Before Powering Up The Snow Thrower
...Hermann join Port Authority District HERMANN — Changes are being proposed for the Hermann Regional Economic Development Corporation (HRED), a non-governmental consortium of business people aimed at promoting...
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KSNG-TV 3 Wichita   +1 other publication
Why KS lawmakers put the medical marijuana bill on …
...made a substitute motion was made to table Senate Bill 135, which would have effectively legalized medical marijuana in Kansas. Sen. Straub said during the meeting the bill’s complexity made it too much...
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WDAF-TV (FOX 4) Kansas City
Unleashed Pet Rescue in Mission ordered to surrender …
...going to look like surrounding the NFL Draft at Union Station. Kansas Republicans put hold on medical marijuana … News / Mar 16, 2023 / 08:54 PM CDT Kansas lawmakers have put a hold on a medical...
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WDAF-TV (FOX 4) Kansas City
‘Don’t Colorado our Kansas’: Kansas Republicans put hold on medical marijuana bill
TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas lawmakers have put a hold on a medical marijuana bill after hearings wrapped Thursday morning. Republicans in the Senate Federal and State Affairs committee voted to "table" Senate...
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KOMU -TV8 Columbia
Residents divided on new roundabout at Route K and Old Plank Road
...Thursday is the first of six steps leading up to the construction. The next step is a public hearing at a city council meeting which is yet to be scheduled. Construction of the project is anticipated to begin...
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Joplin Globe
Our view: Sunshine still the best disinfectant
...can get there too. This is Sunshine Week, an opportunity to talk about and promote the Missouri Sunshine Law. At its heart is the proposition that your government belongs to you. Its representatives at...
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Associated Press   +3 other publications
Kansas push for medical marijuana appears done for this year
...recreational use, including Colorado and Missouri. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly supports legalizing medical marijuana, but opposition from law enforcement officials bolstered the skepticism of Thompson and...
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KCTV 5
Push for medical marijuana in Kansas appears done for this year
...million in recreational weed sales in February Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly supports legalizing medical marijuana, but opposition from law enforcement officials bolstered the skepticism of Thompson and...
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KSHB-TV ABC Kansas City
Kansas push for medical marijuana appears done for this year
...recreational use, including Colorado and Missouri. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly supports legalizing medical marijuana, but opposition from law enforcement officials bolstered the skepticism of Thompson and...
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KMBC ABC 9 Kansas City
Kansas push for medical marijuana appears done in 2023 after committee tables bill
...SEVERAL RELIGIOUSLY EATERS, PROSECUTORS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS OPPOSE THE MEASURE. BY THE WAY, MEDICAL MARIJUANA IS ALREADY LEGAL IN OKLAHOMA. IT IS NOT IN NEIGHBORING KANSAS, WHERE HAVING ANY FORM OF...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Pentagon video shows Russian jet dumping fuel on US drone
...to 1933, was intended to stop any other country from building a canal that would allow marine transportation to cross Central America from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, a feat later achieved through...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Board member expresses disappointment in vote
...legislation creates an $80 million "Parent Public School Choice Fund" to cover special education and transportation costs, but the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports, in debating the bill, Rep. Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsbury,...
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Gasconade County Republican
Putting Your Pets In The Best Of Hands
...Hermann join Port Authority District HERMANN — Changes are being proposed for the Hermann Regional Economic Development Corporation (HRED), a non-governmental consortium of business people aimed at promoting...
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Gasconade County Republican
Antibiotic resistance elevates importance of testing for UTIs
...Hermann join Port Authority District HERMANN — Changes are being proposed for the Hermann Regional Economic Development Corporation (HRED), a non-governmental consortium of business people aimed at promoting...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Kansas push for medical marijuana appears done for this year
...recreational use, including Colorado and Missouri. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly supports legalizing medical marijuana, but opposition from law enforcement officials bolstered the skepticism of Thompson and...
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SunTimesNews
Notice: Public Comment Period for State of Missouri FY2023-2027 Consolidated Plan, FY2023 Action Plan, and Citizen Participation Plan
...agencies: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), administered by the Missouri Department of Economic Development HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), administered by the Missouri Housing Development...
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Voters to decide on Crystal City Ward 2 Council member
...degree in political science from Northwestern University and certificates in planning & zoning and economic development from University of Missouri St. Louis. FRIEDMEYER, 66, is retired after working for...
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Three incumbents face challenge from large field of six challengers for Jefferson County Health Department
...Health Department board since 2007 and have been its chairman in 2008-2015 and 2018-2020. I was an alderman in Herculaneum from 1993-2003, served on the Local Emergency Planning Committee of Jefferson County...
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KSNG-TV 3 Wichita
Wheelchair-bound amputee left outside in the cold by hospital security guards
...the friend who was driving, and she corroborated Gina Torres’ account. Hundreds of Kansans get medical marijuana cards in Missouri as state weighs legalization Gina Torres said she’ll never forget the...
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Maryville Daily Forum
COLUMN: House passes over 30 bills through first half
...of the resolution said, "We are changing nothing else about the constitution as it relates to transportation and this just confirms the legislature’s role as the body with the authority of oversight of the...
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Mid Rivers Newsmagazine
O’Fallon prepares for road construction, improvements season
...City Council approved two road projects and introduced bills for four others. All were sponsored by Mayor Bill Hennessy. Sommers Road By a vote of 9-0, the council passed Bill No. 7536 for the Sommers Road...
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WDAF-TV (FOX 4) Kansas City   +1 other publication
Hundreds of Kansans get medical marijuana cards in Missouri as state weighs legalization
TOPEKA (KSNT)- As Kansas lawmakers consider whether to legalize medical marijuana, hundreds of Kansans are crossing the state line to take advantage of legal weed in Missouri. During a hearing for a ...
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Platte County Citizen
Google Fiber coming to Parkville
...Constitution pertaining to recreational marijuana. In summary, this involves modifying the reference to ‘medical marijuana’ throughout the Municipal Code to just ‘marijuana,’ as the new recreational marijuana rules...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
US pregnancy deaths dropped in 2022, after COVID spike
...people is 121 per 100,000, compared to 44 per 100,000 among white parents in the state. Access to transportation, eligibility for Medicaid, and systematic racism are some of the core factors causing this disparity....
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Races for City Council seats in Arnold Wards 1 and 2
...Seidenstricker: I have served as Ward 2 councilman for the past four years, two of those years as mayor pro tem. I am a founding member of the Arnold Beautification Committee and serve on the Liquor Committee,...
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West Side Leader
VOTERS GUIDE: Mayor, Ward 4 aldermanic seats up for grabs in Hillsboro
...the biggest problems facing the city and how would you address them? Russell: Continued work on economic development, a new water tower, infrastructure, parks improvements, helping small businesses and...
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Land Line Now
Survey: Most Americans want more truck parking, but not in their backyard
...crisis. When asked "How serious a problem do you think the lack of trucker parking is for the transportation industry," 86% said it is critical or significant. Only 10% indicated the truck parking situation...
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Marshall Democrat-News
Mayoral candidates provide biographies for Marshall voters
...for office. The General Municipal Election is Tuesday, April 4. Below are candidates for Marshall Mayor. Next week, candidates for city council seats will appear. Dewey Hendrix My name is Dewey Hendrix....
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SunTimesNews
Texwrap Packaging Systems to expand in Washington, investing $2.25 million and creating 35 new jobs
...benefitting its community and our state," said Maggie Kost, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. "Missouri’s economic advantages are ensuring communities statewide receive investments...
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Startland News
Mediterranean of the Midwest: How this restaurateur is crafting authentic tastes for diners in the heart of Kansas
...success for all companies and citizens across Shawnee County through implementation of an aggressive economic development strategy that capitalizes on the unique strengths of the community. TOPEKA — Tony Mashaal...
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Kansas City Star
Are you required to yield for funeral processions in Missouri and Kansas? What state law says
...of cars following a hearse. In both Missouri and Kansas, pedestrians and drivers have to yield the right-of-way to any vehicle which is a part of an organized funeral procession. A funeral procession is...
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St​. Joseph News Press   +1 other publication
Federal government approves $31 billion Kansas City Southern railroad merger
...decision got in some areas along the Mississippi River. Ann Geiger, a former member of the Princeton City Council who lives near the railroad tracks in Scott County and has opposed the merger, said the decision...
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Construction Forum St​. Louis
Crestwood Planning and Zoning Recommends CUP for Proper
...Healing until its CUP was transferred to Proper Cannabis. Proper Cannabis continued to operate a medical marijuana dispensary at the property, which is zoned C-1 commercial. In November 2022, Missouri...
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93​.9 The Eagle   +1 other publication
Missouri’s governor will speak at April’s Swift ribbon-cutting event
...meat products each year. The Swift positions are expected to pay more than $50,000 annually. Columbia city manager De’Carlon Seewood has told 939 the Eagle that the project is exciting for the community and...
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El Dorado Springs Sun
State Rep. Dane Diehl 125th District
...Workforce - HB 417 will help employers develop and retain skilled workers by allowing the Department of Economic Development to award grants to qualifying employers for each employee or prospective employee who...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
State requesting feedback on use of five HUD programs
...grant programs. Missouri is required to regularly create a five-year consolidated plan to ensure that state agencies responsible for steering federal Housing and Urban Development grant programs share common...
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Gasconade County Republican   +105 other publications
3 Great Resources to Kick-Start Your Financial Planning Career
...Hermann join Port Authority District HERMANN — Changes are being proposed for the Hermann Regional Economic Development Corporation (HRED), a non-governmental consortium of business people aimed at promoting...
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Marshall Democrat-News
Central Missouri Board of REALTORS® receives national grant to support Smart Growth development
...Economic Impact Study they will be doing soon. Councilmen Charles Guthery and Robert Ashford along with Mayor Dewey Hendrix, Commissioners Becky Plattner and Stephanie Gooden, Shelby Vogel, Executive Director...
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