The council will review changes to the ordinance on street closings and will consider a proposition to wait to enact these changes for 60 days.
Members of Columbia Audubon Society voted 29-19 to allow the Scott's Branch Trail to be built through the society's property, but there are several conditions.
City Manager Mike Matthes said during a coffee session that the city's bus system, which has been running a deficit, would use up its fund next year.
Copies of the poster can be purchased for $15 at Deck the Walls in the Columbia Mall and the city's Office of Cultural Affairs. Proceeds from the poster sales will go to various arts agencies in town.
The city will host three sessions for bowhunters to obtain permits and go through an orientation.
The Federal Transit Administration teamed up with the Missouri Public Transit Association to present The Federal Transit Administration Region 7 Award of Excellence.
Paula Hertwig Hopkins will vacate her position because of budget cuts, and existing city employees will fulfill her duties after assuming new titles.
The Boone County Fairgrounds has been losing money and is in need of a new management structure. The fair board and the county commission agree on that, but what's next for the fairgrounds remains to be seen.
Paula Hertwig Hopkins' position as assistant city manager has been eliminated. She had held the job since March 2000.
In his first budget proposal as city manager, Mike Matthes recommends increasing funds for infrastructure, cutting bus services and raising hourly pay for city workers by 25 cents.
City Manager Mike Matthes proposed no tax increases for Columbia residents but still plans to improve city streets and give city workers their first raise in two years.
A Boone County judge ruled Friday that Ken Henderson can have his reptiles back on the condition that he creates a more permanent home for them in Jackson County.
Construction is set to begin on the third phase of improvements at Columbia's newest ball field.
The Columbia Ward Reapportionment Committee discussed alternatives to the three previously proposed plans at a meeting Thursday night.
Beginning Friday, the improved Scott Boulevard is open to traffic. Area business owners are excited for the improvements because it might improve business.
The Columbia Audubon Society has several stipulations in a compromise over placement of the new Scott's Branch Trail through its nature sanctuary.
The City Council voted in favor of rezoning a plot of land from residential to commercial land, and the Audubon Society compromised on the final leg of the Scott's Branch Trail.
The "alligator man," Ken Henderson, is charged with suspicion of animal neglect, abuse and abandonment. Boone County Animal Control requested that he pay a nearly $2,600 fine at a court hearing Monday.
Although the owners of Great Hangups Framing intend to sell, they are asking for a zoning change to allow redevelopment of the property at the southwest corner of Broadway and West Boulevard.
A pending ordinance would regulate residential and industrial wind turbines in Columbia, a city with more interested in wind energy than actual potential for it.