The public can weigh in Monday on new sidewalks and landscaping proposed for the Avenue of the Columns near Broadway.
City Manager Bill Watkins' retirement reception at Stephens Lake Park is set for March 10.
Assistant City Manager Paula Hertwig Hopkins will work with City Manager Bill Watkins until his March 11 retirement and will have decision-making authority in his absence.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released its 2010 census data for the state of Missouri. It shows Columbia's population has grown by 28.4 percent since 2000.
Numbers from the 2010 census will be the driving force behind new political boundaries and changes in federally funded programs.
The city manager is directing Police Chief Ken Burton to review and clarify two department policies.
Bus service stops at 6:25 p.m., leaving some Columbia residents without transportation to meetings.
Council members on Monday signed off on tax-increment financing for the redevelopment of the Regency Hotel. The total cost of project is estimated to be $17.5 million.
The council will vote on two bills: one on corrections to the original ordinance, and one on whether to accept the redevelopment proposal from Broadway Lodging LLC.
The deadline for applicants to apply for city manager is today at 5 p.m. Final candidates will be interviewed in March.
Broadway and Tenth, Cherry and Ninth streets might play host to taxi stands, which are designed for public safety.
The Boone County Public Works Department received a grant Thursday to help reduce pollution in Hinkson Creek. The money will be used to install rain barrels and other devices to help reduce the stormwater runoff into the creek.
The Parks and Recreation Commission voted unanimously to move ahead and present the plan to the City Council.
The candidates will participate in community events to become familiar with Columbia.
Interim Director John Blattel became the permanent director of the city's Finance Department.
The six candidates for two seats on the Columbia City Council talked about their priorities during a forum hosted by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.
Among the topics discussed were the proposed restrictions on tethering animals and regulating feral cats.
The Columbia Board of Health is holding a meeting Thursday to discuss changes to Columbia's feral cat policies.
City officials say they expect the perennial problem to be worse this year. Temporary patches are being applied, but the real fixes must wait till spring.
The unanimously approved request will enable developers to build twice as many apartments and a ground-level retail space.