Three judges will hear the case, which has been in limbo for more than 8 months since Henderson's appeal was filed.
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Although sales tax collections were down slightly, the district ended fiscal 2019 with $130,000 more than it spent.
The case first filed in 2016 will now go to the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District.
Judges repeatedly questioned why 13th Circuit Judge Jodie Asel has refused to enter a final judgment in the case challenging a community-improvement-district election.
Jennifer Henderson’s nearly three-year fight against the election that established a sales tax for the Business Loop Community Improvement Dis…
The case, filed by former community improvement district resident Jennifer Henderson, has been in legal limbo for more than two years.
Defendants Carrie Gartner and Tom May argued through their attorneys that plaintiff Jen Henderson has no statutory authority to challenge the district's sales tax election.