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More than $6.2 million in rebuilding costs reported after Jefferson City tornado

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) The cost of the tornado that left hundreds of Jefferson City buildings damaged continues to rise more than five months after the storm. According to the Jefferson City Building Regulations Division, 196 commercial and residential tornado damage permits have been issued, totaling $6,224,015 in project costs. Tornado-Damage-Permits-2019Download Of those permits, 51

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Medical marijuana facility zoning continues in Jefferson City

The Jefferson City Council will hold a public hearing about medical marijuana testing and transportation facility zoning regulations at Monday evening’s council meeting. The Planning and Zoning Commission approved zoning regulations for testing and treatment facilities in C-2 zoning districts as a permitted use in September. Medical marijuana facilities cannot be within 1,000 feet of

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‘It’s going to happen’: Demolition of crumbling building could bring neighbor down, too

Three buildings could all be implicated by the demolition of a crumbling structure in downtown Jefferson City. Andy Neidert, the owner of the building at 200 E. High Street, started the application process for a demolition permit in early September. A section of the building, which once housed law offices and apartment buildings, suddenly collapsed

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Jefferson City spent more than four million dollars on disaster response

Jefferson City spent more than $4 million on disaster response, according to estimates from the city. According to city estimates, the cost of the response to May’s tornado is approximately $1,544,880. Costs of spring’s floods is about $2,699,678. This includes the estimated costs for emergency responders and city workers. According to the estimates, there are

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