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September 3, 2013 11:11 AM

Update: Homeless problem is depressing investment in downtown Columbia, business people and city leaders say

A group of high-profile business people including realtors and bankers joined Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin and City Councilman Cameron Runyan Tuesday to urge City Council to take positive action at a meeting later in the day on a plan to deal with the homeless.

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