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At Oak Towers, they planted and cleaned. Near Bass Pro Shop, they moved boats and timed races. And all across the city, ForColumbia volunteers supported the community on Saturday.
Boonphoria was advertised as an exciting music festival and camping experience expected to draw in more than 1,000 concertgoers. Vendors were shocked by the low turnout, estimating no more than 75 people showed up.
Mayor Brian Treece said Monday night said the council should hear from the public again about the feasibility about the audit.
The Monday night meeting agenda includes the proposed downzoning of 38 properties in the central city.
Malik Townsend, 19, has been charged with armed criminal action and two other counts in connection to a shooting in northeast Columbia.
Turnout was light, but opinions were strong at Columbia polling places.
Protesters gathered to object to the death penalty for Russell Bucklew, whose execution was scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday until the U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay shortly after.