Columbia’s comprehensive plan was entering a key point in its formation after six meetings with citizens. It was the right time to do a big think piece about where the process was at the moment and what will happen in the future.
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I turned this 17-inch breaking news piece in just over an hour about Chris Stevens, an art gallery owner, being named manager of the city’s Office of Cultural Affairs.
Rusty Strodtman was named the newest Columbia Planning and Zoning commissioner and this profile lays out his background, beliefs, and goals for his time on the commission.
Halfway through a plan meant to improve access to affordable housing in Columbia, the city was behind on roughly half of its 42 objectives.
I spoke with each of the candidates for Columbia’s Planning and Zoning Commission in addition to attending the meeting where each was interviewed by the city council for this story.
Columbia’s four city-supported pension plans owed more than $118 million and were falling farther into the red.
Following the allegations against Missouri head coach Frank Haith in a Yahoo! Sports report, I looked into his contract and filed sunshine requests.
After a two-year journey and multiple evaluations by Columbia’s Planning and Zoning Commission, the Richland Road annexation and rezoning request was approved by the Columbia City Council.
The University of Missouri equine science program teaches its students with young horses that need training. Many of the students are training a horse for the first time and this story explains what its like to sell your first horse.
When the developer removed a large area of planned commercial development, the Richland Road request earned approval from the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission after its third evaluation.