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Four-phase C-Street development OK’d by council 

Members vote down Monica Horton’s motion to approve each phase separately to satisfy community’s concerns. 

Missouri Hotel update one of four projects envisioned.

The Citizens Commission on Community Investment would make a recommendation on the three-quarter-cent sales tax. 

The multiphase redevelopment plan would begin immediately upon Springfield City Council approval. 

Activist group makes case for funding housing needs.

City aims to solve vacancy problem with new incentives.

Taxing district would fund improvements to shopping center’s interior and exterior roads.

An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

“We need to make the city of Springfield easier to work with.” That was the opening salvo in remarks by Don Harkey, owner and CEO of People Centric Consulting Group LLC, at the Feb. 12 meeting of Springfield City Council.

Police begin enforcement without delay, chief says.

Springfield needs more people to invest in blighted properties and bring them back into the housing stock, according to Brock Rowe, director of the city’s Building Development Services department.

Owner says negotiations continue, but he and the city remain far apart on terms. 

In-depth financial data is updated nightly in a new public-facing portal, available on the city’s website. 

Goals of the $16.5 million project are rehabilitation of historic features as well as accessibility and energy-saving improvements. 

Springfield City Council is taking aim at gaming machines in an ordinance introduced at its Jan. 22 meeting.

Forward SGF, the city’s 20-year comprehensive plan adopted in November 2022, calls for an overhaul of the land development code, which determines land use regulations within the city limits.

ARPA committee recommends $1.1 million for shelter.

Council members mull accountability and influence in split decision over election measure. 

SBJ interviews developers who are rehabilitating dilapidated residences.

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