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Officials Plan Construction Project For South Side

 
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nbc4i.com wrote Officials Plan Construction Project For South Side

Tuesday, Sep 18, 2007

By Andrew DePaul

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Local city council members discussed a development project Monday that could bring life back to the city’s south side.

The Columbus City Council approved a $45,000 planning project to develop the Whittier Peninsula, NBC 4’s Mike Jackson reported. Officials said they would like to build residential housing, a golf facility and wetlands in the area.

Officials reported they plan to accept a Clean Ohio Grant worth $3 million for development of the Techneglas plant on Jenkins Avenue. According to developers, the plant would be turned into a mixed-use complex. Council members are expected to act on the Techneglas cleanup and development sometime next week, Jackson reported.

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