CDD 02/02: City Council passes ordinances allowing urban hens

Columbia’s Daily Dish: 02/02/2010

City Council passes ordinances allowing urban hens (CM) “The Columbia City Council approved an ordinance that amends the city code to allow residents to keep chickens in their backyard.”

Recycling experiment wins Columbia council’s OK (CM) “Further steps to try to improve recycling in Columbia have been approved.”

Felons may be barred from Missouri public office (CM) “With three legislators resigning after facing felony indictments, a southwest Missouri senator has brought back his bill that would bar all felons from holding elected office.”

Shakespeare’s Pizza launches Haitian relief campaign (CM) “Shakespeare’s Pizza is launching a new campaign aimed to help pizza lovers give to Haiti.”

Money woes threaten high-speed rail plans (AP) “The $8 billion in stimulus cash awarded to 13 high-speed rail corridors across the country may seem like a windfall for advocates, but there’s a catch: The money isn’t enough to finish any of the major projects.”

UM, Lawmakers talk budget (KMIZ) “Worried that a sagging economy will continue to affect finances, University of Missouri officials discussed the institution’s budget with state lawmakers Tuesday.”

Howard County prosecutor to run for judge (KMIZ) “Howard County Prosecuting Attorney Mason Gebhardt said Tuesday he will run for associate circuit court judge in November.”

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