Columbus City Council last night approved 3.2 million dollars in tax breaks for a German auto parts maker to expand its plant on South 3rd Street on the South Side.
Columbus City Council last night voted to forgive 2.5 million dollars in municipal loans made to the YWCA in 1994 to renovate the Griswold Building on South Fourth Street to serve in part as a shelter for low-income and homeless women.
Columbus City Council last night approved tax breaks for three private businesses.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending 150 thousand dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who was accidentally shot by police officers in the Arena District in July of 2012.
Columbus City Council last night approved a five year tax break for an internet company to retain and create jobs at a downtown building.
The city of Columbus is giving Medical Mutual of Ohio a tax break to move 38 jobs from Delaware County to a building on West Broad Street.
An affiliate of a large hospital chain is getting a tax break from the city of Columbus to move into the downtown area.
Columbus City Council members last night without comment approved pay raises for themselves as well as the city attorney, city auditor and mayor.
Columbus City Council last night approved a resolution allowing for the demolition of the Trautman building on South High Street across from the Columbus Commons park.
A food storage company is getting a second tax break from the city of Columbus.