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.
Columbia is one step closer to being more than $380,000 richer after the City Council accepted the terms of a settlement over back taxes that several Missouri cities say the wireless carrier owes them.
The City Council is wielding a sharp knife as it seeks to find enough money to pay for firefighters, police and emergency dispatchers in the fiscal 2011 budget, which is the subject of another public hearing on Tuesday.
The city's Office of Neighborhood Services wants a better accounting of rental properties in town and is encouraging unregistered landlords to comply without fear of prosecution.
Approval of tax-increment financing for the hotel's redesign will be discussed at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
Labor Day traditionally has marked the beginning of the fall campaign season, but candidates in local House races say they've been working hard since spring.
The Columbia City Council plans to review energy efficiency options for modifying the building code.
City and county planning officials call joint planning well worth the effort and long overdue.
The Columbia Office of Sustainability is expecting an energy assessment report Friday outlining where several city departments can save money on energy.
Columbia has partnered again with Mid-MO Recycling and Home Depot to host a special electronics collection aimed at reducing landfill waste.
Insurance money, private fundraising and a proposed parks tax that voters will decide on in November would make up the funding for the new barn.
California-based Green Aid wants the city to reconsider the board's rejection of its complaint against the Columbia Police Department over a controversial SWAT team drug raid earlier this year.
This is the text of the appeal filed with City Manager Bill Watkins.
City government and other city employees will have the day off to observe the Labor Day holiday.
City Council members discussed changes — mostly cuts — at more than seven departments. They also proposed reinstating four firefighter positions and adding two police officers.
City officials are discussing the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. What are some changes you'd like to see?
The new lot would increase safety for students, but neighbors are concerned it would cause flooding problems for nearby homes.
The Columbia City Council is having its final work session on the proposed budget for fiscal 2011 on Monday night. Missourian reporter Mary Daly will keep readers up to speed on the conversation on The Watchword blog.
The Columbia City Council and city officials discussed amendments to the proposed 2011 city budget at a work session Saturday. City officials spent the four-hour meeting brainstorming ways to trim the more than $92 million budget.
The Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau wants more than $100,000 for advertisements to promote the city.