The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Daniel Boone City Building. A series of 35 goals will be subject to deliberation and a vote.
The FastCAT Express proposal, intended to revive the bus transportation system in Columbia, is geared toward bringing in more students.
GetAbout Columbia is funding the improvements to make the intersection safer for pedestrians and drivers.
In the annual State of the City message on May 25 City Manager Mike Matthes discussed the growth of Columbia's economy and population.
Two city councilmen and the executive director of the PedNet Coalition are in favor of Mayor Bob McDavid's FastCAT proposal, which aims to create a campus and downtown bus route targeted at students.
The FastCAT route proposal is aimed at increasing student ridership, with 11 stops completing a circuit through MU and the downtown area.
The proposed FastCAT (Campus Access Transit) route would have 11 stops completing a circuit through MU and the downtown area.
The Boone County Fire Protection District Chief will fill the position left empty after Capt. Zim Schwartze was placed on administrative leave May 9.
The city is still seeking a tenant for another suite on the ground floor of the Fifth and Walnut streets parking garage.
Columbia's Environment and Energy Commission may propose plans for a website that would provide renters with more accurate and understandable information on energy costs.
City staff and members of the community met Tuesday evening to discuss proposed changes to the city's commercial tent regulations.
The pilot project requires that all vehicles be off the street before snowfalls of 4 inches or more.
The Columbia City Council voted Monday to establish a new advisory board for the planned enhanced enterprise zone. Mayor Bob McDavid announced his appointees to the new board.
The Parks and Recreation Commission recommends that the building be razed to create more green space at Field Park.
Mayor Bob McDavid's Thursday announcement follows a series of public forums about restructuring Columbia’s current bus system.
The city wants to improve safety protocols and ensure regular inspections of commercial tents. The proposed changes will be discussed in a meeting Tuesday at the Daniel Boone City Building.
The EEZ Board ordinance will come before the Columbia City Council for a second time Monday night. There will be a public hearing before the council votes on the ordinance.
Proponents say an enhanced enterprise zone could bring manufacturing jobs to Columbia. However, a 2010 state audit found that promises of jobs and investment related to Missouri's EEZ program were inaccurate and often overstated.
Some citizens are concerned that 12-year-old demographic data might paint an inaccurate portrait of Columbia and Boone County. The city's population has grown about 30 percent from 2000 to 2010.
Regional Economic Development Inc. began to look into the possibility of an enhanced enterprise zone in early 2011. It first came before the City Council in January, and the council will consider re-establishing an EEZ board at its meeting on Monday.