The website is not user-friendly for making utility payments. No contact for assistance, no itemized bill to review. I should be able to see a digital copy of my bill when I log on to make a payment. The change to the new system is not an improvement for online payment customers.

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Like many people, I have been frustrated by the policies of the city government related to parking in the city center. This is not new, it is a permanent feature of college towns, and I don't expect miracles. But lately it has become much worse. The 'business friendly' willingness of the city to accomodate larger businesses and allow them to monopolize individual parking places has created a level of chaos. It has become impossible to patronize downtown restaurants and small businesses due to the number parking spaces held by larger facilities 'valet' reservations and the number of locations held by construction projects.

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There seems to be no penalty for persons clearly not handicapped or not displaying a handicapped permit to flagrantly occupy a parking space clearly reserved for physically handicapped persons. I see the signed marked "penalty", but pay no attention. Is the "violation" only monetary without a "civil" charge? What can a private citizen do to notify authorities when the "violation" is observed. Do authorities even care?

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City of Columbia (and/or REDI) should campaign to get the appropriate federal agency to redefine boundaries of the Metro Area to combine with Jeff City's. New combined Columbia-Jefferson City Metro area would make it easier to promote the entire region (especially airport, tourism, getting new companies to locate in Mid-Mo.). Currently, Jeff City's Metro Area designation gets Callaway County, which seems unfair. Also, they recently added Randolph and Audrain Counties to Columbia Metro and removed Howard County.

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This is absolutely ridiculous that construction has started SO close to campus and student housing with FOUR WEEKS left of school. We have everyday class, finals and graduation to focus on and this construction does not only cause sound pollution but now our water is under a boil advisory. THIS IS A LAW SUIT WAITING TO HAPPEN! The city knows how many thousands of people visit this town for graduation weekend and you have machinery not only blocking roads but also on the sidewalks. I literally had to walk under a machine on the sidewalk to get to class this morning. Figure it out or face legal repercussions.

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Affordable housing-rental prices.

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Please add an auto-payment option for utility bills.

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With the installation of the new crosswalks on College Ave, there is more traffic on William St. Recently the water problem close to University and William was fixed (thank you). A city worker was painting some curbs near Wilson and William (a good start) but not far enough. There are several curbs in which the paint has faded and weeds have grown, and now many people park where they should not. This obstructs the view and also makes it difficult to turn. Some park very close to stop signs! Some are ticketed, but certainly bright yellow curbs would indicate that drivers should not park there. This would help everyone turn and drive better on William. I am concerned about driving on William in the winter when we have snow and ice.

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Michele Cordray about 2 years ago

Stop the people who are moving out on my street from trashing up my neighborhood!! they are piling up trash, cans, bottles, garbage, furniture onto the curb days before trash day, and not using trash bags, just throwing stuff on the ground in front of their homes. Please fine these people and the awful landlords who allow this to happen!! It not only is happening on my street, but all over town when it's moving time. This is awful. North 9th Street is awful.

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