COLUMBIA — Boone County officials have yet to decide whether to remove the name of former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson from the county government center.
Wilson pleaded guilty last week to a federal misdemeanor charge of misusing money involved in an illegal political donation. The Columbia Daily Tribune reported that Boone County commissioners met Saturday but did not discuss the matter.*
The Roger B. Wilson County Government Center in Columbia was dedicated in September 2001 and includes a bronze bust of Wilson.
Wilson is a Columbia native and former Democratic lieutenant governor. He served briefly as governor after Mel Carnahan died in a 2000 plane crash.
He will be sentenced in July after admitting to helping secretly steer $5,000 from a state-created insurance fund to the Missouri Democratic Party.