J.U.S. fined for city code violations

The property at 2025 Black Oak Street in Jefferson City has been judged as being out of compliance with three municipal ordinances. Jennings Utility Service is generating a fine of $25 per day until the location is cleared by City officials. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Last week, Jefferson City Municipal Judge Keith Repass ruled that Jennings Utility Service (J.U.S.) has violated three City ordinances and assessed a $25 per day fine for 71 days ($1,775).

On Tuesday, Jefferson City Building Inspector Scott Zimmerman said the daily levy will continue until J.U.S. principal Jordan Jennings or his agents see that the matters have been properly addressed. He said the case will close when the issues have been cleared with him and Codes Officer Bryce Justice.

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