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Columbia Daily Tribune
City council to consider consultant contract for policing forumcity’s typical “request for proposal” process the city uses for service contrac
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
city’s typical “request for proposal” process the city uses for service contracts, which is done publicly. City Spokesman Steve Sapp said in an email the council as a collective body can choose to waive city policy. If council approves the... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Water and Light board discusses corridor study to follow Ameren reportthey basically said here is, ‘Come back and talk with us,’” Johnson said at the
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
they basically said here is, ‘Come back and talk with us,’” Johnson said at the board meeting. City spokesman Steve Sapp said in a message Thursday that the city has proposed meeting dates to Ameren and is waiting on a response. He... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
CPOA calls out city of Columbia law enforcmentsafety isn’t the number one priority of the city council and the city administr
KOMU Columbia / Posted 21 days ago
safety isn’t the number one priority of the city council and the city administration, but the community relations director Steve Sapp said it is a top priority. “Certainly our priority is on safety. A lot of what we do, over 66 percent of our... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City council to review list of 2018 capital improvement projectsprocess. City Manager Mike Matthes is expected to deliver a balanced budget to
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
process. City Manager Mike Matthes is expected to deliver a balanced budget to the council July 22, said city spokesman Steve Sapp. The council will hold three meetings, which include public hearings, before it is approved. Funding for the... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Downtown Columbia bar billed for fake snow cleanupnotified the Missouri Department of Natural Resources in case some of it spille
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
notified the Missouri Department of Natural Resources in case some of it spilled into area bodies of water. City spokesman Steve Sapp said the city Stormwater Utility is looking into whether there are any violations to stormwater ordinances while... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Jefferson City-based activist group releases vehicle stops report analysispeople over. Sheriff Dwayne Carey and Burton did not respond to messages seekin
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
people over. Sheriff Dwayne Carey and Burton did not respond to messages seeking comment. City of Columbia spokesman Steve Sapp said in an email that officials received the report Monday and noted that Empower Missouri is one of several... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia's social service spending not keeping with inflation$133,900 and rose to $538,000 by 1986. The funding dipped before gradually risi
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
$133,900 and rose to $538,000 by 1986. The funding dipped before gradually rising again starting in 1990. City spokesman Steve Sapp said about 20 to 25 years ago, the city tried to increase social service spending in correlation to increases in... Read more

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