ST. JAMES – The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a public briefing on Tuesday, November 26, to discuss plans to replace the Route 8 bridge over Dry Fork Creek just south of St. James.
County health insurance reviewed
During the week of November 7, Phelps County commissioners:
• Heard from Anastasia Ratliff and Sheran Ashby, of Ashby Covenant Insurance, who presented information regarding health insurance renewals. Discussion was held regarding the various plans offered and Ashby advised that she has not received final pricing from United Healthcare or Coventry Insurance. She will notify the commission with final pricing when she receives it.
ROLLA, Mo. – Former NASA scientist Dr. Kathryn Clark will speak about her experiences with leadership at NASA in an open lecture at Missouri University of Science and Technology in November. She will discuss what qualities make a good leader and what makes a great one.
Gov. Nixon signs bill to help Missouri compete for production of Boeing 777X, create thousands of advanced manufacturing jobs
• When it comes to creating high-paying jobs and growing our manufacturing industry, Missouri competes to win, Gov. Nixon says
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined business, labor and education leaders in front of the Missouri-made Mercury space capsule at the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis to sign Senate Bill 1, bipartisan legislation to help Missouri compete for production of Boeing’s next-generation commercial aircraft, the 777X.
One week after special session call, Gov. Nixon praises final passage of bill to help Missouri compete for production of the Boeing 777X
• Building next-generation commercial aircraft is a transformational opportunity to bring thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in investment to Missouri, Gov. Nixon says
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Just one week after calling a special session of the General Assembly, Gov. Jay Nixon today praised final passage of Senate Bill 1, bipartisan legislation to help Missouri compete for production of Boeing’s next-generation commercial aircraft, the 777X. With more than a dozen states competing to build the 777X, Gov. Nixon called the legislature into a special session to consider legislation that would help the state submit a competitive proposal for this transformational project. In less than 5 days, the bill passed the Senate by a vote of 23-8 and the House by a vote of 127-20.
Gov. Nixon activates State Emergency Operations Center in preparation for winter storm system
• Governor urges Missourians to prepare for potentially hazardous conditions, avoid unnecessary travel, and watch for downed power lines in areas that may be affected by ice
JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today activated the State Emergency Operations Center for 24-hour a day operations in response to a winter storm system that threatens to bring freezing rain, sleet, snow and ice to much of Missouri. The Governor and state emergency officials have been tracking the weather system’s approach this week and continue to be in close contact with the National Weather Service and local emergency management agencies to monitor conditions.