Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
WOSU News Archives For: September 1, 2011
Last month, downtown Gay Street business owners complained to Columbus officials about “aggressive” sidewalk code enforcement between High and Third Streets. A city official told business owners code enforcement officers were driven by public complaints.
Local authorities say fast-growing Delaware county has a problem with lightning fires, and they’ve asked the state fire marshal for help.
Ohio plans to sell only one of five state prisons it put on the auction block in an unexpected twist on privatization plans being announced Thursday.
More than 300 Central Ohio property owners showed up yesterday to begin the process of contesting the Franklin County Auditor’s valuation of their homes. Most homes in Franklin County lost value, but 20% saw an increase. What do you think of your home’s valuation?
The Kasich Administration and other Republicans are pushing local governments to consolidate and share services. Itâ€™s an effort to save money. But WOSU Commentator Gail Martineau says the consolidation â€œsales pitchesâ€ should include all the facts.