The Daily Dish – Oct. 7, 2011

Columbia extends apartments, commercial recycling programs – Columbia Missourian

“Two grants totaling $10,000 from the Mid-Missouri Solid Waste Management District will provide new recycling bins for eight city office buildings and three apartment complexes. The City Council authorized the grants at its meeting Monday night. The city will provide an additional $3,334.”

New County Commissioner Pledges to Pick Up Robb Projects – KOMU

“Dan Atwill, a Columbia attorney and a Democrat, was sworn in as Presiding Boone County Commissioner Friday afternoon, two days after Governor Nixon appointed him to the position.”

Regency Park Case May Lead to Policy Changes – Columbia Daily Tribune

“The controversial proposal to tear down the park was brought to light for residents two weeks after a mailed notice was sent to property owners adjacent to Regency. Sixth Ward Councilwoman Barbara Hoppe, who represents the Regency residents, said she plans to ask staff and the commission at the Oct. 17 council meeting to revise the public notice requirements for rezonings.”


One Response

  1. I think all business should consider recycling. Its really easy to get the equipment from companies like, a las vegas commercial recycling company. Companies like these provide the bins and will pick them up. It really doesn’t get any easier.

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