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A view of "Living Windows" in downtown Jefferson City as taken from a rooftop in 2019 file photo courtesy of Jefferson City Downtown Association)

(LISTEN): “Missouri Times” publisher Scott Faughn previews Jefferson City’s “Living Windows” and Missouri’s 2024 session on “Wake Up Mid-Missouri”

Several thousand people are expected to be in downtown Jefferson City for Friday evening’s popular “Living Windows”, which features food, hot chocolate, carolers, dancing and live reindeer. “Missouri Times” publisher Scott Faughn joined us live this morning on 939 the Eagle’s “Wake Up Mid-Missouri”, telling listeners that the downtown Jefferson City organizers do a great job with Living Windows. He also says he and his son Gussie will do a re-enactment of the “Christmas story” that evening at 225 Madison, which is where the newspaper is housed. Mr. Faughn also previewed Missouri’s 2024 legislative session, telling listeners that State Sen. Bill Eigel (R-Weldon Spring) wants to eliminate personal property taxes and that Eigel wants his bill heard in January or February. Faughn suggests that Senator Eigel may hold the floor early in session and demand a vote on his bill:

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