The Daily Dish- Oct. 5, 2011

Councilman Dudley proposes amendment to ward reapprortionment trial – Columbia Missourian

“At Monday night’s City Council meeting, Dudley introduced an amendment to a boundary proposal known as Trial D. Dudley stated at the meeting that this amendment was made ‘to bring it within the legal constraints of contiguity.’ ”

Democrats lineup for county commission seat – Columbia Daily Tribune

“Scott Christianson, who lost to Robb by less than 1 percent of the vote in November, and Don Stamper, who was presiding commissioner from 1990 to 2002, were the first to submit their names Friday. Phyllis Fugit, chairwoman of the Boone County Democratic Central Committee, said Columbia attorney Dan Atwill, former central committee member Fred Seaman, former chief sheriff’s deputy O.J. Stone and former 19th District state Sen. Ken Jacob also have applied.”

New transit task force explores options for students – Columbia Missourian

“The Transit System Task Force met for the first time Tuesday to search for the correct model to fund public transit and evaluate the city-university model that works in other cities.”

Fired Columbia Police officer seeks to buy police dog – Columbia Missourian

“Police Chief Ken Burton and City Manager Mike Matthes will meet Wednesday morning to talk about Fano, a police dog, and the possibility of selling him to his former handler, Rob Sanders. Sanders was fired from the Columbia Police Department in September after aninternal affairs investigation into his use of force against a man in a holding cell.”


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