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July 06, 2017

Missouri Department of Revenue seeks citizen input on administrative rules

JEFFERSON CITY

In light of Gov. Eric R. Greitens’ Executive Order 17-03, the Missouri Department of Revenue is reviewing its administrative rules to determine whether any should be rescinded, amended or retained. The project is aimed at reducing red tape and creating more efficiency for Missourians.

The Department will hold two public hearings to ask for input from citizens on its administrative rules:

  • July 14 from 1 to 5 p.m.
  • July 17 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Through video conferencing, the public can participate in hearings at any of these locations:

Harry S Truman Building
Rm. 510
301 W. High St.          
Jefferson City

Springfield State Office Building
Rm. 816
149 Park Central Square         
Springfield

Wainwright Building
Rm. 923
111 N. 7th St.
St. Louis

Fletcher Daniels Building
Rm. 503
615 E. 13th St.
Kansas City

Poplar Bluff
Rm. 160
2351 Kanell Blvd.
Poplar Bluff

Revenue Director Joel Walters said citizen input will allow the Department to develop a process for issuing future administrative rules in a focused way that is beneficial to Missourians.

“We encourage Missourians who would like to provide feedback on Department of Revenue rules to attend one of these hearings,” Walters said. “We look forward to listening and gaining a better understanding of how our administrative rules impact our citizens – whether there’s a need for less or more.”

Individuals who can’t attend a hearing but would like to submit a comment may email the Department at [email protected] or visit the Department’s website at http://dor.mo.gov/rulereview/ for more information about the project.

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