JEFFERSON CITY — Greater than a 12 months after it was shuttered as a part of a budget-cutting transfer, the state is attempting to lease the positioning of a customer middle in Hannibal.
Gov. Mike Parson’s administration is in search of proposals from non-public firms to lease the three.2-acre property on Freeway 61, which features a 1,500-square-foot constructing.
“The one story former vacationer info middle consists of a big open foyer with hearth and two smaller rooms which might function places of work,” the proposal says. “The direct entry to Hwy. 61 makes this a primary location.”
In September 2020, members of the state’s Tourism Fee voted to shut a trio of customer facilities as a part of a rewrite of the company’s price range.
The closures included one in St. Louis County on the Riverview Drive exit off Interstate 270.
The reductions got here after Republican Gov. Mike Parson in July withheld almost $450 million from the state price range in response to a steep drop-off in state tax income brought on by the coronavirus.