Columbia’s City Council is set to vote Monday night on multiple rezoning issues involving a future expansion of the Logboat brewery facility on Fay street.
Logboat wants to expand its production facility and its tasting room. City staff has written a report to the Council, which says sufficient surrounding utility infrastructure exists to support the proposed expansion.
939 the Eagle News reached out to Logboat on Friday, seeking more information about the expansion. Logboat tells the Eagle they plan to make a public announcement about the expansion this week.
The Council meets tonight at 7, and their pre-council meeting will start at 5.
Meantime, the city of Columbia has received more than $12.6 million ($12,642,312) in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021.
Columbia’s City Council will discuss the ARPA process at tonight’s pre-council meeting. City spokeswoman Sydney Olsen tells 939 the Eagle that the Council will get into the discussion of engagement with the public for the future, about the ARPA funding. Olsen says Columbia will receive about $25.2 million ($25,284,624) in ARPA funding overall. The other half will come at a later date.