In a recent commentary by Eric Bohl, of the Missouri From Bureau, he describes the work of the Flood Recovery Advisory Working Group. Their report is to include how to improve Missouri's flood recovery priorities and levee system with recommendations for where state funding could most effectively be allocated for recovery and preparation for the future.
Letters to the Editor
Recently, the city of St. James proposed an amendment to be on the ballot for its residents to vote on an internet purchase sales tax. The city will use the zip code 65559 as a means of collecting this tax. That zip code covers St. James and parts of the surrounding Phelps County. This means people living outside of the St. James jurisdiction will be taxed. This is illegal, and the courts have said so in the past.
Fellow US citizens,
Every day, we hear about the big collusion concerning the 2016 Presidential Election.
My name is Carter Mason from Boy Scout Troop 477. I was in the (Crawford County) Commissioner's Meeting on August 20, 2019, and the Third Street Bridge was discussed. I am writing to complete another requirement of my communications merit badge, which is a letter to the editor of my local paper.
Although the 2020 legislative session is still a few months away, I hope Missouri officials are planning to reengage the issue of government union reform, and particularly open collective bargaining. Currently, the vast majority of the contract negotiations between public officials and organized labor can be conducted out of sight of the taxpayers—the very taxpayers who must pay the salaries and benefits that are agreed to.