The East Campus Plant Growth Facility, a $28.2 million project, will finish construction in April, creating new opportunities for the MU plant community.
Adding streetlights might not be best solution, resident says.
After several recent sexual assaults occurring in the area, junior Sarah Sprick said, East Campus residents feel unsafe.
The proposals include a barrier and disabled accessible crosswalks.
Commuter parking is at the root of the East Campus parking problem.
Many people were opposed to installing parking meters in East Campus.
Artist Don Asbee was commissioned to create gateway sculptures that represented the diversity of East Campus and its ties to the University of Missouri.
An interested party meeting will measure opinion March 19.
A public meeting is scheduled to take place March 19.
There have been nine accounted for since June 26.
Two witnesses reported seeing the suspect.
LSD has left many incidents unreported but is beginning to take action.
Some residents believe students on East Campus are nuisances.
The meeting follows others across the city.
Police intend to work with the Sixth Ward about crimes on East Campus.
Increases to special trash pickup rates will close the deficit.
Hoppe advocates for improved routes for school children and pedestrians.