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  • Tuesdays with Council – December 16, 2014

         AGENDA Follow-up from December 15, 2014 City Council Meeting   BKD Audit Report   Any and all other matters to come before the City Council.

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  • City Council Meeting – December 15, 2014

    City Council Meeting – December 15, 2014

    Robert Stephens, Mayor Zone Councilmembers Jeff Seifried, Zone 1   Cindy Rushefsky, Zone 2   Jerry Compton, Zone 3   Craig Fishel, Zone 4 General Councilmembers Jan Fisk, General A   Craig Hosmer, General B   Doug Burlison, General C   Mike Carroll, General D Meeting Agenda December 15, 2014 – 6:30 p.m. Link to Closed Captioning of the Meeting Speakers must sign up with the City Clerk to speak to an issue on the agenda. Speakers are to limit […]

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  • Park Board Meeting – December 12, 2014

    Park Board Meeting – December 12, 2014

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The Springfield-Greene County Park Board will meet in regular session on Friday, December 12, 2014, 8:30 a.m., Park Board Administrative Offices, 1923 N. Weller, Springfield, Missouri. Roll Call Approval of Minutes November 14, 2014 Park Board Meeting November 14, 2014 Closed Park Board Meeting U. S. Senate Recognition of Springfield Lasers Franchise – Senator Roy Blunt’s Office Sister Cities Japanese Fall Festival Check Presentation and Program Update O.T.O. Transportation Enhancement Grant Application for Dry Sac Greenway […]

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  • The 10 Essential Services of Public Health

    The 10 Essential Services of Public Health

    Presented by the Church Elves of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department

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  • Chasing Platinum Project

    Chasing Platinum Project

    Alternative Opportunities, Inc., in collaboration with the City of Springfield’s Department of Workforce Development, was recently awarded a $40,000 grant from Chase to provide career readiness testing via ACT’s National Career Readiness program (NCRC) to students in underserved rural communities. The program will launch first in Stone and Taney counties, enabling those communities to get closer to Certified Work Ready Community status. The Missouri Career Center will also employ its Mobile Career Center to reach the students and also to […]

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  • Tuesdays with Council – December 9, 2014

    Tuesdays with Council – December 9, 2014

          AGENDA Joint City-County Planning Task Force Report – Greg Burris & Chris Coulter Review of December 15, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda 3.  Any and all other matters to come before the City Council

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  • City Utilities Board – December 4, 2014

    City Utilities Board – December 4, 2014

    NOTICE AND TENTATIVE AGENDA OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES To be held Thursday, December 4, 2014, 3 PM City Utilities’ C. Frank Knox Board Room, 301 E. Central Street Special Items: Presentation of 5K Run/Walk Proceeds to the Kitchen J. Dopp H. Dean Miller Awards Presented to Gary Gibson and Todd Brewer S. Miller Board Member Recognition S. Miller 1. Opening Remarks B. Kirkman 2. Approval of Minutes (2a) (action item) B. Kirkman 3. Public Comment […]

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  • Planning and Zoning, December 4, 2014

    Planning and Zoning, December 4, 2014

    AGENDA ROLL CALL: APPROVAL OF MINUTES: November 6, 2014 COMMUNICATIONS: CONSENT ITEMS: Finalization and approval of consent items: (These consent cases will be approved by Commission unless a Commissioner or someone else wishes to speak to them. If so, those cases will be moved to the appropriate place on the agenda and they may be spoken to, and voted on, at that time.) Relinquish Easement 815    (Consent Item)                                                                  Convoy of Hope (2400 block East Chestnut Expwy, s/s) UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Preliminary […]

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  • Holiday Greeting from the Public Information Department

    Holiday Greeting from the Public Information Department

    A warm holiday greeting from the Springfield Department of Public Information.

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