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Springfield out as fiscal agent for Workforce Development Board 

Posted 6/11/24

Statement says city ‘perplexed’ by move, which followed offer to provide fiscal services for a year at no cost. 

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sheliaofficeemail@yahoo.com

It appears that the City of Springfield no longer has representation on the Workforce Development Board. Unless I have become delusional, I was not only on that board as a Springfield City person, I chaired that board for at least 1 or more years. At that time the city and the board had an excellent working relationship. Reading and hearing the news lately I have begun to sense discord between the city and other city and county governments. As close as we are to our neighbors there does not need to be discord. We had 2 young ladies from our church come to our home today to work for money for a church mission trip. 1 of the ladies just graduated from Ozark and the other young lady will graduate this coming spring from Nixa. They have always attended church in Springfield. They know Springfield so well, they had no trouble finding our home.

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