Substitute bill removes several barriers to operating in emerging market.
Projects are funded by voter-approved level property tax.
The $16 million transaction effectively brings the bankruptcy proceedings to an end.
Medical offices are given the green light in southeast Springfield..
Patients and growers eye application dates.
A mixed bag across the state leads to slight dip for Missouri average in February.
The Kansas Battlefield CID, where Hy-Vee was constructed, has extra funds for public improvements.
Local area’s unemployment figure is 2.3 percent in September.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, government, law, recreation and transportation.
The 8-0 vote allows the school to purchase land from John Youngblood’s Westport Management LLC.
MSU officials seek $3.2 million in matching funds from the state.
The housing development off Interstate 44 is 70 percent occupied.
In separate action, Planning and Zoning reverses its stance on short-term rentals
The company seeks to avoid large cost increases from a 30 percent duty.
Council adds a new member on election day, and the city’s capital improvement tax is renewed.
Newsmakers in the areas of economic development, education, health care, hospitality, municipal, nonprofit and retail.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, insurance and municipal.
Show-Me State employers add a net 2,200 jobs during September.
Final vote on Feb. 26 would allow developer to subsidize project to tune of $7 million.
Edd Akers, Rick Huffman, Tracy Kimberlin and April McDonough participate in the discussion.
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