Jefferson City announced it has received three proposals for a new conference center.Thursday was the deadline for developers and hoteliers to submit their proposals to the city. City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus and the city council will likely discuss options for reviewing the plans at the council’s next meeting on February 4th.The city plans to spend $9 million on a new 50,000 square foot conference center, which will come from a lodging tax. Residents voted for and approved the lodging tax increase in February 2011.
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