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PSC approves KCP&L GMO rate case agreement

PSC approves KCP&L GMO rate case agreement

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service Commission approved a stipulation agreement in the Kansas City Power and Light – Greater Missouri Operations (GMO) rate case, among other items approved at Wednesday’s agenda meeting. The GMO rate case was required under the fuel adjustment charge. They must submit a rate case every four years.

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Gaming Commission fines four Missouri casinos

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Gaming Commission met Wednesday to discuss disciplinary actions against four casinos from around the state among other business. Ameristar in St. Charles, Bally Technologies, Harrah’s in North Kansas City, and Tropicana of St. Louis, better known as Lumiere Place, all faced disciplinary actions for findings in audits from 2015.

Release: Auditor Galloway releases monthly report on local government financial information

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (September 28, 2016) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today issued the State Auditor’s monthly report detailing local government compliance with financial reporting laws. Cities, towns and villages in Missouri are required to file annual financial reports with the State Auditor’s Office within six months of the end of their fiscal year. This

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Nixon budget cuts anger agriculture industry

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Gov. Jay Nixon’s most recent budget withholds have angered the state’s agriculture industry. Last week Nixon cut more than $4 million from state agriculture programs as part of a larger budget cut package. That included $2.9 million from the deferred biodiesel subsidy transfer and $1 million for the dairy revitalization program.


Missouri one of most improved states for energy efficiency, report finds

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) found that Missouri ranked at only a middling 32nd out of the 50 states and the District of Columbia when it came to energy-efficiency in a report released Tuesday. However, it was also selected as one of the three most improved states

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Ameren files infrastructure update plan, pushes for new regulatory process

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Ameren Missouri filed a $1 billion infrastructure plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission on Monday, planning to replace aging infrastructure. Ameren plans to update the existing infrastructure system, citing the age of current components. In the filing, the company said its four baseload coal generation plants average about 50 years

Release: Auditor Galloway announces rural health care audit initiative

Reviews planned for hospitals in Putnam, Ray and Pemiscot counties JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (September 26, 2016) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced a series of audits of county hospitals, including Putnam County Memorial Hospital, Ray County Memorial Hospital, and Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital. These rural health care audits will focus on financial and operating

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Department of Economic Development names recipients of energy loan program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Division of Energy within the Department of Economic Development (DED) announced Thursday the 11 recipients of award for their 2017 energy loan program. Four public school systems, five municipal governments, one community college and one hospital will receive loans totaling roughly $3 million to make improvements to their facilities aimed


MHDC begins process of creating new action plan

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Members of the Missouri Housing Development Commission convened via webinar Tuesday morning to discuss beginning the process of a new action plan for FY 2017. The action plan essentially sets up a method to achieve certain housing goals, such as assisting the homeless, creating “decent” housing, and reducing the isolation of