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Modern-Litho Print Company in Jefferson City expects to add roughly 50 new jobs over a five-year period because of $8 million in industrial development revenue bonds. The Jefferson City City Council passed a resolution Monday that declared the council’s intent to issue the bonds to the company. But first the finance firm Gilmore & Bell will prepare a plan in cooperation with the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce and the print company. The council will then have to approve that plan.

Jefferson City residents using Allied Waste services will see an increase in their monthly bill. City officials met with Allied Waste Management on Monday, October 7 and approved a 3% increase to the city’s residential service costs.

The new agreement will affect all residents using Allied Waste services.  Costs will vary depending on what container the residents use. For example, people with a 64-gallon waste container will see a projected cost increase of $6.23 per year.

Jefferson City fires city administrator

Sep 17, 2013
Jefferson City

Jefferson City is looking for a new city administrator after firing its current one. The City Council voted in a closed session Monday to immediately terminate Nathan Nickolaus’ contract.

Mayor Eric Struemph requested the motion to terminate, and it passed by an 8-2 vote. Nickolaus had been city administrator for 2 years and says the news was unexpected.

“It was very much out of the blue," Nickolaus said. "I think that things actually had been going very well recently, and I think we’ve been making a lot of progress in the city. So I was surprised, you know.”