99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Majority Caucus Chair
Administration and Accounts
Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
State Representative Glen Kolkmeyer, a Republican, represents Lafayette County and parts of Jackson and Johnson counties (District 53) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was re-elected to his fourth and final two-year term in November 2018. Representative Kolkmeyer currently serves as the Chair of the Administration and Accounts Committee in the Missouri House of Representatives.
In addition to his legislative duties, Representative Kolkmeyer is owner and CEO of Energy Transport Solutions, Inc. Bates City, MO. A family owned and operated company hauls gasoline, diesel, propane and anhydrous ammonia. Glen’s parents, Omer and Dorothy started in the propane business in 1955. Glen’s Wife, Lisa, serves as the Office Manager, and the third generation: their son, Eric is the General Manager, and their daughter Emily is the billing clerk.
Representative Kolkmeyer served 20 years as Fire Chief of the Wellington-Napoleon Fire Protection District and served 39 years on the Fire Service.
Representative Kolkmeyer was a former president of the following organizations: The Missouri Propane Safety Commission, Missouri Propane Gas Association, Lafayette County Firefighters Association and Lafayette County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund. He’s a member of National Rifle Association, a past board member of the Wellington-Napoleon Protection District and the Lafayette County 9-1-1 Board. Representative Kolkmeyer attends Calvary Baptist Church in Odessa.
Representative Kolkmeyer currently resides in rural Odessa with his Wife, Lisa. They have two children, Eric and Emily, and five grandchildren, Aleah, Ean, Lucas, Zoe, and Mia.
Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure in tort claims
Modifies provisions relating to donated fire equipment and immunity
Modifies provisions relating to the sale of salvage vehicles
Enacts provisions relating to motor vehicle franchises
Places restrictions on how municipalities may allocate revenues from taxes authorized under Article IV, Section 30(a) of the Constitution
Changes the law regarding local taxes by authorizing all political subdivisions in the state to levy a transient guest tax instead of only those political subdivisions previously authorized