The open house will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Gentry Middle School.
The Columbia City Council interviewed Brent Brown, James Downey and Rusty Strodtman on Monday for a vacancy on the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Trial D has been considered the most controversial map because it has been unpopular at public hearings and does not currently meet the requirements for redrawing wards outlined in the city's charter.
People who worked with Ed Robb, who died Saturday, remembered him as an intelligent man with a passion for numbers, economic theory and Boone County.
The City Council is expected to make an appointment to the review board at its Oct. 3 meeting. There are eight candidates under consideration.
The meeting, where the Short Street garage and ward reapportionment will be discussed, will take place in conference rooms 1A/1B at City Hall.
County Clerk Wendy Noren is charged with designating a commissioner to preside over commission business.
Ed Robb, who was in his first year as Boone County presiding commissioner, was a former Republican state representative.
City efforts to redraw ward boundaries to equalize populations become tricky when representation for various factions of the community also are at stake.
Rames Branch in Boonville was contaminated with 400,000 gallons of waste on Wednesday. Officials from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources are investigating the wastewater release and a fish kill approximately 250 yards from the Missouri River.
Delta will temporarily eliminate its midday flight between Columbia Regional Airport and Memphis International Airport from December through February.
Several public safety representatives and community members met Tuesday to discuss how to reduce internal racial bias in the Columbia Police Department.
The video arraignments will cut down on lost man hours in the Columbia Police Department, which has assumed transportation duties to municipal courts because of staff shortages in the Sheriff's Department, officials say.
Only one of the five boundary maps brought before City Council on Monday fits the city charter requirement that wards be contiguous.
The city pension funds that support police officers, firefighters, utility workers and other Columbia employees are lacking $117.8 million that will be needed to pay out benefits.
The Columbia City Council passed a motion Monday night to allow for bids on the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of St. Charles Road and Clark Lane.
After months of debate, the transit budget for fiscal 2012 was approved by the Columbia City Council in front of a large crowd of interested residents.
The committee's work is complete, and the task of deciding how to redistrict the ward now lies to the council.
The council unanimously voted to allow the closure of a section of Ninth Street for the promotional event Oct 1.
Tonight's City Council meeting will address, among other topics, the 2012 transit system budget. Are you up to speed?