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Columbia Daily Tribune
City council close to approving police contract despite missing key datacopies of the most updated version of amended policies. That request was not fi
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
copies of the most updated version of amended policies. That request was not filled as of Saturday. City spokesman Steve Sapp said the council does not normally approve changes in the police department policy manuals, so the city did not... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia City Council vote expected on utility ratesto cover the costs of unexpected projects or avoid spending not accounted for i
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
to cover the costs of unexpected projects or avoid spending not accounted for in the operating funds. City Spokesman Steve Sapp said cash reserves also allow the city to generate interest income, diminish the need for short-term borrowing and... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Local linemen sent to help with response to Hurricane IrmaWater and Light also sent 10 linemen, two trucks and other equipment to a stagi
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Water and Light also sent 10 linemen, two trucks and other equipment to a staging area in Orlando, city spokeswoman Steve Sapp said. The linemen were sent in response to a request from the Missouri Public Utility Alliance, he said. Boone... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Few vehicles exempt as city of Columbia delays replacementsare excluded from the order. Some buses needed for the city's transit system s
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
are excluded from the order. Some buses needed for the city's transit system still can be purchased, said spokesman Steve Sapp. CoMoGo buses are exempt for similar reasons as fire trucks; they are purchased with grants and dedicated funds... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
How use tax would work depends on shopping habitsat least 45 days after the Missouri director of revenue receives notice of the
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
at least 45 days after the Missouri director of revenue receives notice of the use tax approval, said city spokesman Steve Sapp. The use tax could become effective Jan. 1 or April 1, depending on the timing, he said. The city and county use... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Council to consider next step on community policing inputitem, City Manager Mike Matthes will recommend council remove it formally, acco
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted a month ago
item, City Manager Mike Matthes will recommend council remove it formally, according to a council memo. City spokesman Steve Sapp said the city will not be paying the United Way or New Chapter for its services leading up to the July council... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City of Columbia adjusts employee payment plan amid legal concernsConstitution prohibits counties and municipalities from granting bonus payments
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Constitution prohibits counties and municipalities from granting bonus payments to public employees. City spokesman Steve Sapp said the change was made after questions were raised about the legality of the payment. He called the switch a... Read more

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