Michael Coleman Former Columbus Mayoral Candidate To Be Laid To Rest Today By Jim Letizia • Jun 12, 2017 linkedin.com Funeral services are scheduled today for Bill Todd, an attorney and local Republican who died June 4 of pancreatic cancer at the age of 64. Mayor, Former CCS Board Member Sending Daughter To Private School By Jim Letizia • Aug 17, 2016 WCBE Files Columbus Mayor and former Columbus School Board member Andy Ginther is sending his 6-year-old daughter to a private school in Upper Arlington. City Hall Lobbyist Gets 15 Month Prison Sentence By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 9, 2016 WCBE Files The Columbus City Hall lobbyist convicted for his role in the Redflex bribery scandal was sentenced yesterday to 15 months in prison for extortion. Food Service Firm Files Lawsuit Against County Convention Authority By Jim Letizia • Jun 3, 2016 The food service company whose contract was recently terminated by the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority has filed a defamation lawsuit, claiming the Authority damaged its reputation. Columbus To Name Municipal Government Complex After Coleman By Associated Press • Mar 23, 2016 The City of Columbus is naming the new municipal government complex after former Mayor Michael Coleman. Columbus Reports One Thousand Fewer Vacant Homes Since 2012 By Associated Press • Mar 15, 2016 columbusunderground.com Columbus city officials say the effort to demolish or rehabilitate abandoned houses has reduced the number of vacant buildings by one thousand since 2012. Ginther, Coleman And Obergefell To Attend State Of The Union Speech By Associated Press • Jan 12, 2016 WCBE Files Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther and former Mayor Michael Coleman will attend tonight's State of the Union Address. Coleman Releases Proposed 2013 City Budget By Jim Letizia • Nov 16, 2012 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. State And City Of Columbus To Commemmorate 9-11 By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 11, 2012 Ohio Governor John Kasich has ordered flags be flown at half-staff at state public buildings and grounds today to commemorate today's anniversary of the nine-eleven attacks.