99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
Knox, Adair, Schuyler, Scotland, Clark, Lewis
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Subcommittee on Appropriations - Agriculture, Conservation, Natural Resources, and Economic Development, Chairman
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Craig Redmon
P.O. Box 43
Monticello MO 63457
Rep. Craig Redmon, a Republican, represents Schuyler, Scotland, Clark, Knox, Lewis and Adair counties (District 4) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Redmon owns a small business in Monticello. He previously owned and operated a convenience store.
Rep. Redmon is a 1977 graduate of Highland High School. Rep. Redmon received his B.S. from Culver Stockton College in 1982.
Born on January 29, 1959 in Kirksville, Rep. Redmon currently resides in Canton with his wife, Brenda. They are the parents of twins, Andrew and Audrey.
Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers
Requires school bus drivers who are seventy years of age or older to complete the CDL Skills Test and the Driving Test on an annual basis
Modifies provisions relating to the service of process after the statute of limitations has expired for filing certain actions
Authorizes a sales tax exemption for utilities used in commercial food preparation
Changes the law regarding grants for water supply and sewer systems.
Modifies provisions relating to tax rates of school districts
Modifies the bonding requirement for the treasurer of a seven-director school district
Establishes the Show Me Rural Jobs Fund
Modifies provisions relating to the petroleum storage tank insurance fund
Allows persons at least eighteen years of age who work in a business licensed to sell intoxicating liquor to carry any liquor purchased to a customer's vehicle
Changes the laws regarding public safety officers who are eligible for a survivor's and disabled employee's educational grant
Modifies provisions for eminent domain by utility entities.
Changes the laws regarding eminent domain for electric transmission projects
Modifies provisions for construction of new facilities by utility companies.
Allows the Department of Agriculture to adopt temporary alternative fuel standards in certain circumstances