The Alpha Chi Omega sorority and the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity plan to swap land to accommodate a new parking lot and house. The Columbia City Council also tabled the proposal to decriminalize growing two marijuana plants until its Oct. 20 meeting.
A Greektown parking lot and a Grain Belt Express transmission line were among the issues discussed.
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The judge said stopping the project would harm Opus, but allowing it to proceed wouldn't immediately harm the plaintiffs.
A lease between the Parks and Recreation Department and First Christian Church ended in 2010. After several meetings, city officials and church representatives decided to close the park, but regular visitors are unhappy about the change.
With six remaining defendants who are either current or former Columbia Police Department employees, the city's bill in the case will rise.
Boone County is considering 58 proposals to improve children's mental health programs. The estimated cost, funded by a quarter-cent sales tax, would cost $5.2 million.
Boone County Presiding Judge Jodie Asel on Monday asked the high court to assign a new judge to the lawsuit filed by two Columbia residents against the city of Columbia and Opus Development Co.
The Missourian has tracked the progression of the Opus Development Co. student apartment project. There's a hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Friday on a temporary restraining order, which would halt the ongoing construction.
Dale Roberts reversed his message against Proposition 1 and endorsed it two days later. Proposition 1 would increase property taxes by 30 cents to hire 40 more police officers and 15 firefighters
The amendment conforms with the Supreme Court's 2013 ruling that repealed Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Although many police departments have received armored vehicles, assault rifles, and grenade launchers from the Defense Logistics Agency's 1033 program, the Columbia Police have received non-tactical items.
Gary Ward, MU vice chancellor of operations, told county commissioners Monday afternoon about MU's master plan, which details possible construction projects across the 1,262-acre campus.
The general fund spending plan covers day-to-day operations of city government. It was approved as part of the larger $429 million budget for fiscal 2015 at the City Council's Sept. 15 meeting. The new fiscal year begins Oct. 1.
The Columbia City Council will get the final say on the request, which is scheduled for a final vote at the Oct. 20 meeting.
The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on the plan at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Demolition work on the site, which began Monday, continued for much of the protest as a backhoe cleared debris around the two remaining buildings on Locust between Seventh and Eighth.
The city is proposing an ordinance that will permit MU to enforce its smoking policy on city streets within campus.
The trash bag voucher program and Columbia Access Television both secured funding.
The Columbia City Council approved bids from Engineering Surveys and Services to design replacements for two of the four Flat Branch Watershed sewer projects.