This was a quick turn on one of my first days at Reuters based on a press release.
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Halfway through a plan meant to improve access to affordable housing in Columbia, the city was behind on roughly half of its 42 objectives.
Following the allegations against Missouri head coach Frank Haith in a Yahoo! Sports report, I looked into his contract and filed sunshine requests.
With the Columbia City Council ready to reject the Richland Road rezoning request, the developer pulled out a large area of planned commercial development, the proposal’s most controversial section.
The Perlow-Stevens art gallery, a fixture on Broadway, announced that they were moving to the North Village Arts District.
The Columbia Housing Authority was recognized as a “high performer” by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
With population shifts, it appeared that Missouri would lose a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Students at Hickman High School have no good options to cross a dangerous intersection next to the school and the City Council tabled a bill to put crossing signals at that intersection.
Yearly EPA grants went to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri and to the Missouri River Communities Network.