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Officials break ground on Polk County 911 dispatch center

The $6.5M project in Bolivar is expected to wrap by spring 2025.

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Springfield also anticipates nearly $25M in funding for trail completion.

Officials expect $16M project to conclude by end of 2025.

The leader of the Springfield municipality is one of four being considered for the job in Manhattan.

A series of public meetings are being held this summer.

Together with announcement of trails grant, the bridge projects represent U.S. Department of Transportation funding of $27.7 million.

Scott Fitzpatrick's office is seeking to uncover potential financial irregularities.

While Gov. Mike Parson’s fiscal 2025 budget has statewide cuts of around $1 billion, myriad Springfield projects are among those poised to receive funding with the stroke of the governor’s pen and legislative backing.

The Decision-Makers’ Outlook publication explores themes such as business outlook and growth, operations planning, inflation impacts, cost of business factors and business owner exit strategies.

Approvals with local impacts include money for Alliance for Healthcare Education.

Missouri House Speaker Dean Plocher says tax cuts have been good for the state's bottom line.

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Bids off estimate by 30% or more ‘not normal.'

The city of Springfield is poised to grow, and its Forward SGF 20-year comprehensive plan puts annexation as a top priority. But outside of the city, the leaders of Greene County’s rural fire protection districts – agencies that rely on property tax revenue for their funding – are worried.

A proposed judgment is expected within 10 days, according to Greene County Circuit Court records.

Derek Lee says the city of Springfield’s governing body must provide oversight over expenditures of taxpayer dollars.

FAA requires inclusion of disadvantaged businesses.

Developer abandons concept of food hall in favor of less intense use for neighborhood.

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