Police and IT departments and Columbia Water and Light will feel the most impact as the City Council pushes for tighter travel and training budgets.
Two groups say the Columbia Star dinner train should be accessible to those with disabilities, but the company that owns the train says that would be too expensive and that the train is exempt from the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton proposed placing surveillance cameras at four downtown locations.
Four locations for downtown cameras were proposed to the City Council and will be considered at its next Monday night meeting.
Frank Graham, who donated land for the Boone County Extension Center office in 1984, gave his name Thursday night to a fund meant to maintain the same building.
Without much of an audience, the Columbia and Boone County Planning and Zoning Commissions presented a final draft of the East Columbia Area Plan.
Residents should watch for loose rocks on freshly resurfaced roads.
The city of Columbia received $32,644 from the Missouri Arts Council, which is the largest grant of any other city statewide. Collectively, various organizations in Columbia received $458,282.
Members of the Boone County Commission met Wednesday with the architectural and builder representatives for the renovation project.
After debating the merits of the strategies used by Habitat for Humanity and Job Point, the city's Community Development Commission proposed they each get a share of leftover federal money for affordable housing efforts.
The League of Women Voters of Columbia-Boone County is hosting a forum Wednesday about the effect of the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which prohibits limits on certain campaign contributions.
Police say the changes are intended to make the language in the ordinance more closely match the department's Internal Affairs policy.
Two-phase plan would add additional parking spaces and improve existing lots.
Low return on investments and other flawed assumptions have forced the city of Columbia to increase contributions to the police and fire pension fund. The city is considering several strategies to reverse the trend.
An attorney from the Boone County Public Defender's office urged the board that increased use of recording will provide an objective account of interactions between the police and citizens.
McCaskill talked about job creation and the importance of the coal industry.
Although Mediacom and Charter Communications are the targets of frequent complaints, a Columbia advisory board says city government is ill-equipped to address the problems and lacks the authority to require better service.
A roundup of other action from Tuesday night's City Council meeting.
The mayor also recommended a smaller electric rate increase at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
The Columbia City Council was ready to move forward with pedestrian improvements to a busy intersection, but the issue was tabled because all stakeholders were not given proper notification.