Jefferson leaders will consider reducing the city’s millage rate from the 5.9 mills suggested in the proposed 2020 budget.
A committee is being formed in Jefferson to study the idea of building a local aquatic center for recreation programs and school swim teams.
A list of committee members was released July 8 by the Jefferson City Council. Jefferson Mayor Steve Quinn has spearheaded discussions about the possibility of the city, along with other local governments, building an aquatics facility.
The decision will allow Jefferson resident Mike Martin to move forward with plans to open Revival Hall Taproom at 16 South Public Square in Jefferson.
An alcohol license for Revival Hall Taproom at 16 South Public Square was denied by city staff for not meeting the standards of a restaurant, but the council has directed city staff to draft an addition to its ordinances to address taprooms.
The Jefferson City Council voted Monday to approve a conditional use for the organization to allow for a facility to be located on 31.88 acres on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.