Category Archives: East Campus

Meet your neighbor: Ted Glasgow, four-time Mr. Missouri winner

Ted Glasgow talks about the ads he has been featured in. Photo By Kathryn Landis

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By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

Ted Glasgow’s smile is infectious, but his physique may be a little intimidating. He’s a body builder, originally from East St. Louis, who has won the Mr. Missouri title four times.

He got his start in 1976 at a competition in Springfield.

“It was in an air-conditioned hotel, and they didn’t have a stage or anything like that,” Glasgow said. “There were no weight classes, no music, and we did our posing routine.”

At 5 feet 8 inches, 189 pounds and 53 years old, Glasgow is still competing.

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Dumpsters to be placed in East Campus through May 16

EAST CAMPUS

By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

The Office of Neighborhood Services is taking action this year to prevent trash from piling up in East Campus as students leave the neighborhood. Five dumpsters will be placed throughout the neighborhood for all trash other than tires and major home appliances, said Bill Cantin, response coordinator for the Office of Neighborhood Services.

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Council to hear request to rezone two East Campus properties

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By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

The owners of two neighboring properties in East Campus are asking that they be rezoned to allow an additional tenant.

Right now, the properties at 1405 and 1407 Bouchelle Ave. are zoned as R-1, single-family, which allows only three people not related by blood or marriage to live under one roof. MRZ Properties, which owns 1405 Bouchelle, and Hartman-Baker, which owns 1407, want an R-2 designation, which would allow four unrelated people to live together.

The request is on the Columbia City Council’s agenda Monday evening for first reading, so no discussion or action will occur. The matter comes before the council after the Planning and Zoning Commission split 4-4 over whether to recommend the request be approved.

Read the rest of the story at the Columbia Missourian.

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Neighborhood association discusses land purchase, Neighborhood Response Team

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By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

The East Campus Neighborhood Association met April 27 to elect new officers, collect dues and discuss upcoming events and issues within the neighborhood.

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East Campus neighborhood meeting scheduled

EAST CAMPUS

By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

The East Campus Neighborhood Association will hold its annual meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27. Betsy Peters will host the meeting at her house, 705 McNab Drive.

The date was changed in accordance with the association’s bylaws that state meetings must be announced at least 10 days in advance.

Neighborhood news will be discussed as well as electing officers. Dues will also be collected: $25 for a single and $30 for a couple.

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Boone Hospital Center patient featured in national ad

EAST CAMPUS

By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

One Missouri teacher is being featured in a national ad campaign for the Allergan LapBand, according to a release from Boone Hospital Center.

Wendi Wood of Clarence went through the weight loss surgery Nov. 19, 2008. Since then, she has lost 156 pounds.

The ad is in the May issues of “Rachael Ray,” “Good Housekeeping,” “Better Homes and Gardens” and “Real Simple” magazines. It will also be featured in Oprah’s magazine, “O,” in June.

The photo, taken in California, shows Wood hula-hooping on a lawn.

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Construction update at Boone Hospital Center

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By KATHRYN LANDIS

neighborhoods@ColumbiaMissourian.com

Earlier this week, the week of April 18, the city removed the stop signs on William Street. In their place are new signs explaining that cross traffic does not stop.

Work continues on the new patient tower at Boone Hospital Center. The major feat this week was completing the punch list, a list of final changes for the contractor to complete, said Jacob Luecke, media relations specialist.

The administration parking lot opened this week. Physicians, job applicants, administrators and Boone Family Birthplace patients may use it.

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