Jefferson City councilmen take up work on the plan to build a new west side fire station.
Funding from the city’s half–cent sales tax would pay for the station that would be built on Highway 179. The low bid submitted for the project came in at $2.2 million. The station would also include a backup 911 center.
Councilmen were also updated on the plan to rebuild Oscar’s Diner, the east end restaurant heavily damaged in a January fire. The rebuild would include a large expansion.