JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Talks continued in Jefferson City Sunday about planning for the future of the quickly-growing school district.
Several dozen people showed up to the town hall-style meeting held in the Jefferson City High School cafeteria.
"Today was about providing the community with information about our plan, the information we're looking at to come up with a 20-year plan for the facilities in the Jefferson City Public School District," said co-chair of the Long Range Facilities Planning Committee, Lorelei Schwartz.
School growth has been a hot topic since a proposed new high school bond and levy issue was voted down a few months ago.
The district said it's still in the early stages of planning.
Another public hearing is scheduled December 19.
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