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Columbia Tribune - City Manager Mike Matthes resigns amid controversy over police department.

Led By Veterans United, Private Business Boosts Columbia Economy

Columbia Tribune - University researchers have found that private firms account for new growth in Columbia economy. Rate is faster than state and nation as a whole.

School Board Approves Property Tax Hike

Columbia Tribune - The Columbia School District has authorized an increase in property taxe assessments approved earlier by voters.

Replat on Hunt Could Result in New Energy Efficient Homes

Columbia Missourian - Although not everyone is convinced, a builder will create new, energy efficient homes along Hunt Ave. with a replat of several properties.

City Condemnation Lawsuit Challenged In Court

Columbia Missourian - Trail opponents challenge city's ability to condemn property for new trail in East Columbia.

City Plans Major Water Rate Hikes

KMIZ TV - City officials plan residential water rate hikes to pay for latest bond issue.

Panel Votes To Support Chapter 100 Bonds For Medical Isotope Facility

Columbia Tribune - Taxing entities are urging the Boone County Commission to approve bonds for a new Columbia-based medical isotope production facility.

Wild Nature Group Buys Land To Block Trail

Columbia Missourian - An environmental group has purchased land to block construction of a trail in the East Campus area.

Life Without Matthes: City Manager Search Begins

Columbia Tribune: With the resignation of City Manager Mike Matthes, the search for new leadership begins.

Landmark Hospital Considering $27 Million Expansion At Discovery Ridge

Columbia Missourian - Local hospital will ask for P&Z approval to expand in south Columbia.

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