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Franklin County Recyclables Avoid Landfill Despite Changes in China

Ty Marsh Ty Marsh Franklin County Recyclables Avoid Landfill Despite Changes in China

Recently there have been news stories about disruptions in residential recycling across the U.S. due to China’s restriction on the import of recyclable materials which have made many in our community wonder if their recycling efforts were going to waste.  Thankfully, recycling continues to be alive and well in central Ohio.  For years, China took […]

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Opinion: SWACO Expedited Processes for West Side Warehouse Fire Cleanup

Ty Marsh Ty Marsh Opinion: SWACO Expedited Processes for West Side Warehouse Fire Cleanup

I was disappointed by the inaccurate information presented recently by John Rush, candidate for elected office, in regards to the removal of waste following the unfortunate fire at a cold storage facility on Columbus’ West Side. SWACO was saddened to learn of the fire and the on-going impacts to the neighborhood. As the operator of […]

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Ty Marsh Resigns as President of Columbus Chamber

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Ty Marsh announced today that he would be resigning from his position as President & CEO of the Columbus Chamber, a position that he has held since Decemeber of 2003. “For more than six years I have enjoyed the honor and privilege of leading the Columbus Chamber toward its economic development mission,” said Marsh. “The […]

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Columbus Chamber Looks to 2020 and Beyond

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Columbus Chamber’s Annual Meeting took place last week, and over 1,100 business and community leaders were in attendance. The focus of this year’s event was on the rollout of the new Columbus 2020 project, and how the Columbus Chamber will continue to support our existing business base. Columbus 2020 is a new collaborative economic […]

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Columbus Gains Awareness Among National CEOs

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Press Release: Columbus Gains Awareness Among CEOs Four years ago nearly 60 percent of business executives nationwide had no image of Columbus. Now, with less than 40 percent in that category, 60 percent of executives do know enough about Columbus to consider the city as a business location, according to a recent survey conducted by […]

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Transportation MATTERS coalition has been formed

Walker Evans Walker Evans

(Press Release) A new broad-based, statewide transportation coalition has been formed to advocate for a strategic new approach to improving transportation in Ohio, including new and increased funding for all modes of travel, it was announced on Tuesday.

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Modified 315 Technology Corridor in works

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Modified 315 tech corridor in works Sunday, February 24, 2008 BY DEBBIE GEBOLYS A year and a half ago, Columbus announced plans to turn 10,000 acres along Rt. 315 into a place that would attract research and technology companies. The so-called 315 Research & Technology Corridor would bring 50,000 jobs to an […]

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