Columbus city budget

Coleman Delivers Budget Proposal

Nov 14, 2014

Calling it a prudent and efficient budget, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today unveiled his 2015 spending proposal. 

Under Coleman's proposal, the city would spend $546 million on public safety.  Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says she's pleased with the proposal. 

Maintaining city services and spending levels seemed to be the theme of the entire proposal - with one exception.

Columbus City Council last night approved the 807-million-dollar municipal budget for the year.

Columbus City Council is putting more money into recruiting a more diverse class of firefighters.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's 2014 city budget proposal raises spending on public safety by $15 million.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today unveiled the 14th budget proposal of his tenure.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's proposed 2013 municipal budget boosts spending by 3.7 percent and adds 10 million dollars to the city's rainy day fund. Jim Letizia reports.