The resolution outlines plans for maintaining Columbia's historic brick streets and potentially uncovering brick streets that are now paved.
The customers filed a class action lawsuit against the cities to get a refund for the taxes they weren't supposed to be paying.
Eleven projects already planned in Boone County will move forward after the suspensions.
In a vote of 5 to 2 the City Council increased renewable energy standards, but Mayor Bob McDavid dissented and predicted the city would reach a cost ceiling before meeting the standards.
The Columbia City Council voted on Monday to approve a bill that would streamline the application process for special events downtown. Those seeking to close downtown streets may have permits issued without a council vote.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2014 Lang Volunteer Award. It recognizes an outstanding volunteer for his or her contributions to the City of Columbia and its programs.
In fiscal year 2014, $25,000 will be split between playgrounds at Parkade, Fairview, Russell Boulevard and New Haven elementary schools.
The council passed a nonbinding resolution that expresses support for Medicaid expansion, saying the expansion would improve the health of Missouri families, reduce the costs of health care access and save and create thousands of jobs across the state.
Jan. 21 will be the date of a public hearing on proposed paved shoulders on Clark Lane. The cost of the plan has increased since it was first introduced.
At its last meeting of the year, the Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence reflected on previous presentations and looked for ways it could get better answers to the difficult questions it has been proposing.
In its Oct. 21 session, the Columbia City Council denied CVS Pharmacy's proposal to rezone the southeast corner of Broadway and Providence Road for a new store. The company has signaled it will develop the land anyway.
The Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence sought advice from Columbia Public Schools to help the task force combat youth violence.
Dozens of supporters of the plan for Douglass Park came to the council meeting Monday. The council approved the plan, and the first phase will be implemented with $100,000 in funding.
The MU graduate student puts better voter turnout at the top of her to-do list for the campaign.
City Council approved a fee for paying utility bills online without setting the amount, and the $4.60 rate has come under challenge.
The city has said sidewalks will be installed in the future but the shoulder proposal is necessary to ensure safe pedestrian travel in the meantime. The city said it can't build sidewalks now because of jurisdictional, geological and financial reasons.
The same sign that has stood outside Glenn's Cafe since its original location on Business Loop 70 West will hang outside the restaurant's new location on Eighth Street.
With First Ward City Councilman Fred Schmidt deciding not to run again when his term expires in April, other names are being considered as potential candidates. Meanwhile, Fifth Ward City Councilwoman Laura Nauser, who will run for her seat after her term expires in April, remains the only person to officially file for candidacy.
In looking at future action the Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence may take, preparing for a Columbia Public Schools presentation and clarifying questions the task force will ask the youth and itself were all discussed.
Public transportation has outgrown the city's population and poses a challenge for people who rely on the bus every day. The city plans an overhaul of its bus system in August and looking ahead to additional changes if funding becomes available.