COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - The City of Columbia is holding a meeting to talk about what will happen with downtown property formerly belonging to the South Carolina Department of Mental Health.
The city says members of the City of Columbia Bull Street Commission are meeting Monday at City Hall.
The commission is comprised of seven members who advise the city on how to get the most out of the development on Bull Street.
That includes funding issues, benchmarks and development activities.
The commission meets at least every other month and reports to City Council at least twice a year.
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