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The Columbus Dispatch
Police division needs changeduty, serving our country, and is subsequently pushed into early retirement. C
Police division needs change
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 10 hours ago
duty, serving our country, and is subsequently pushed into early retirement. Chief Kim Jacobs, appointed by then Mayor Michael B. Coleman, and Safety Director George Speaks must be held accountable as their inaction created an ever-increasing... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Columbus gives Big Lots tax break of up to $12.8 million to move HQ within cityjobs created by Big Lots. After that, the city and district will split the inco
Columbus gives Big Lots tax break of up to $12.8 million to move HQ within city
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 7 days ago
jobs created by Big Lots. After that, the city and district will split the income tax, Schoeny said. Former Mayor Michael B. Coleman tried unsuccessfully about five years ago to get surrounding suburbs to agree to an anti-poaching pact... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Ward plan would be divisivewith leaders from other area commissions and directly helped reverse decades of
Ward plan would be divisive
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 14 days ago
with leaders from other area commissions and directly helped reverse decades of decay. She was so good, former Mayor Michael B. Coleman hired her to be his neighborhood liaison. As a neighbor and co-worker, I saw Funk’s pride when they put... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
City plans to appoint panel to study city council wardsthe appointment process, would require voter approval. In 2014, Ginther, then
City plans to appoint panel to study city council wards
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
the appointment process, would require voter approval. In 2014, Ginther, then the city council president, and former Mayor Michael B. Coleman gathered a charter review commission that, among other things, discussed whether to add ward... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Where We Live: Reopening of detoxified Saunders Park could boost areaon the Near East Side is still recovering from the blow that the discovery of t
Where We Live: Reopening of detoxified Saunders Park could boost area
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
on the Near East Side is still recovering from the blow that the discovery of the toxins in the park created. Then-Mayor Michael B. Coleman closed off 9 of the park's 14 acres after The Dispatch reported in September 2013 that the city had... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Prosecutors recommend nearly 3 years in prison for former Redflex CEOto court records. Federal investigators tracked the money to the campaigns of
Prosecutors recommend nearly 3 years in prison for former Redflex CEO
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
to court records. Federal investigators tracked the money to the campaigns of Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and former Mayor Michael B. Coleman and to the Franklin County Democratic Party at the request of former Columbus City Council President... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Top things to do this weekend: July 1-4and wacky, as usual. (Consider the rain date: July 3.) Tapped as the “less-than
Top things to do this weekend: July 1-4
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 26 days ago
and wacky, as usual. (Consider the rain date: July 3.) Tapped as the “less-than-grand marshal” is former Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman. After the parade, the party will feature bands playing sets at the top of each hour. Admission:... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Cardinal Health CEO working to improve public educationleadership to support public education. Barrett co-chaired the Columbus Educat
Cardinal Health CEO working to improve public education
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 30 days ago
leadership to support public education. Barrett co-chaired the Columbus Education Commission at the request of then-Mayor Michael B. Coleman and he co-chairs an entity growing out of the commission’s work — FutureReady Columbus — with Mayor Andrew... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72cancer for two years. He was 72. “He always put community before personal inte
Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
cancer for two years. He was 72. “He always put community before personal interests and community before politics,” said Michael B. Coleman, who left Columbus City Hall last year as the city’s longest-serving mayor. “He believed in Columbus... Read more
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