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- February 16, 2016 5:27 pm at 5:27 pm in reply to: Columbus Apartment Rental Market Getting More Expensive #1114793
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This will be a new parking garage with the potential for more (office space). Nationwide needs the parking for all the new associates moving downtown. Currently, the only parking options for new associates are in the lots behind Park St or behind the LC. The parking wait list is over a year long. The demand for parking is definitely there.
Blue Jackets drawing bigger on TV, smaller at gate in woeful start
Someday the Blue Jackets may learn from their mistakes …
Downtown Commission getting 2nd look at hotel planned for Main Street
Craft beer maker BrewDog’s £25 million crowdfunding drive looks like it’s stallingAugust 24, 2015 9:09 am at 9:09 am in reply to: Bluestone plans 84 residences at Town and Fifth streets #1090023
It’d also be nice to restore some of the street grid but that’s a bit of a pipe dream. No matter, so glad to see some of those mid-century squat office buildings with huge parking lots start to go!
Both were built in 1966 as part of the Galbreath/Nationwide’s Urban Redevelopment Corp. “Market Mohawk” urban renewal project.
I agree that restoring north and south 5th streets would be nice. It would be beneficial to the overall development of downtown, especially that part of town and the growing south 4th street area.June 22, 2015 1:36 pm at 1:36 pm in reply to: Dick's Last Resort – Former Frog, Bear & Wild Boar Closes / 343 Front Street #1081929
Looks like they are opening Tuesday, 6/23, according to the Dispatch.June 19, 2015 3:31 pm at 3:31 pm in reply to: Former Redflex CEO Pleads Guilty to Bribery Charges #1081750
Let’s cut to the chase here folks.<br>
The question of the day is what does the Columbus city charter say about replacing candidates for mayor in a non-partisan election? You tell me the answer to that and I will look into my crystal ball for you.
From the city charter:
Sec. 41-6. – Replacement upon death, disqualification or withdrawal of candidate.
If a person nominated by petition as a candidate for the office of city council member or for mayor, city attorney, or auditor, at a nonpartisan primary election, if such an election is to be held for the office sought by such candidate, dies, is disqualified or withdraws before such primary election, the vacancy so created may be filled in the manner and by the deadline provided for in general laws of the state, unless otherwise provided by this charter or ordinance of council.
If a person is either nominated in the primary election as a candidate for the office of council member or for mayor, city attorney, or auditor, for the next subsequent general election or certified as a candidate for the next subsequent general election according to this charter, and such candidate dies, is disqualified, or withdraws before such general election, the vacancy so created may be filled in the manner and by the deadline established in general laws of the state, unless otherwise provided by this charter or ordinance of council.
(Ord. No. 1748-2014, 7-21-2014)