The second Broadway hotel tower must create 37 full-time-equivalent jobs by the third quarter after it opens, but the requirement ends there.
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Paul Love, who lost a bid to unseat Second Ward Councilman Mike Trapp last weekin last week’s municipal election, said Friday that he will fil…
Love believes Trapp's votes in favor of financing for The Broadway hotel and to give public money to Welcome Home were unethical.
The incumbent Second Ward councilman says his challenger's assertion of a conflict involving the Downtown Community Improvement District is without merit.
Council candidates Mike Trapp, Paul Love and Betsy Peters participated in the first City Council candidate forum of the 2018 municipal election season on Thursday.
Monday night's meeting includes the TIF vote, a pair of annexation proposals and a hearing on a north-Columbia police building.
The request will now go before the Columbia City Council, which will likely hold a vote at its first meeting in December.
Commissioners debated the economic impacts the project would have on the city and whether certain requirements for the TIF are subjective.
Columbia residents had their first opportunity to voice opinions on the $2.1 million in proposed tax incentives for the expansion of The Broadway Columbia hotel.