From the daily archives: Wednesday, August 3, 2016

It’s an idea that had been brewing in Columbus for a long time. It had been floated even as far back as the late 1970s, when I was chairman of the Franklinton Area Commission and co-director of the Neighborhood Advocacy Project, housed at the Columbus Landmarks Foundation in the LeVeque Tower and funded by the Columbus Junior League through the help of Citizen Journal columnist Larrilyn Edwards, who championed it from the outset.

On Tuesday, that idea’s time finally arrived. But after the polls closed today, that idea—to shift from seven council seats voted on by all Columbus voters to […]

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