Proposed $28M I-44 facelift among local items cut.
Sales tax of 1 cent would be applied to purchases made in the Southern Hills Shopping Center.
The position is funded through the recently signed state budget, officials say.
EPA officials say the $30,000 in collective fines resolves alleged violations of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act.
Improvements to Interstate 44 in Springfield are vetoed.
Missouri Division of Tourism Director Stephen Foutes: "Although multiple factors – inflation, international conflict and weather, to name a few – can influence consumer sentiment, we are optimistic that Missouri will remain a top choice for domestic travel and that we will continue to see an increase in international visitors over previous years."
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Meeting also includes biogas recovery proposal for Noble Hill Landfill.
Discussion covers testing options and legal protections for employers.
ARPA provided $3.5 million in grants to regional network.
Sewer, landfill and recycling center rates are going up July 1.
Officials say new LED lights represent the second-largest stadium improvement project to date.
Southern Hills Shopping Center improvement is not a transportation project, according to Councilmember Craig Hosmer.
Developer alleges harassment and interference from University Heights residents.
Peter and Jack Herschend are selected by the Hawthorn Foundation for honor that recognizes citizen leadership.
The pool at The X Center has not opened for the season due to a "significant leak," officials say.
Bird's territory is growing, per its agreement with the city.
Owner Caleb Arthur sheds role to build solar panel manufacturing business.