Leonard Jordan and MU sophomore Christopher Herron were arrested Sept. 27.
Community members, other housing complexes and police officers also attended the meeting.
Some tenants were concerned high electric bills pointed to poor insulation.
Two new student housing complexes will be coming to Columbia within the next year.
Locations in Oklahoma, Georgia and Virginia also saw problems.
Residents who have been delayed moving in since summer were able to move into their homes Oct. 5.
Some tenants experienced further delays regarding the features Aspen Heights had promised them.
Currently, 80 individuals are still waiting to move into their new homes at Aspen Heights.
Almost 600 students will be moving in Aug. 17.
The luxury housing complex is still signing leases for fall despite the building delay.
The luxury housing development will replace the Regency mobile home park.