Ohio prison officials want to be able to save money by releasing inmates who require round-the-clock medical care or are otherwise incapacitated.
The City of Columbus is taking the owners of Woodland Meadows apartment complex to court. The city filed a complaint today in Environmental Court demanding that the 122 buildings in east Columbus be properly maintained or torn down.
More than 400 tenants at Woodland Meadows apartments face an uncertain future. Managers of the east side housing complex lost their federal subsidy and are preparing to close the apartments. Adding to the tenants’ problems – news just this week that their natural gas service will likely be disconnected at the end of the month because the complex did not pay the bill.