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Stimulating the Economy and Creating Jobs through Tax Incentives
The Franklin County Board of Commissioners voted this morning to approve recommendations from a panel of publically appointed citizen representatives charged with an annual review of Franklin County’s tax incentive portfolio.
Commissioners Team Up with Goodwill, Clippers for E-Waste Collection on October 12 at Huntington Park
Following the success of their inaugural event this past spring, the Franklin County Commissioners, Goodwill Columbus, the Columbus Clippers, 10TV and the Columbus Dispatch are again teaming up with to help Central Ohio residents recycle their e-waste on Saturday, October 12th, from 9 a.m. to noon at Huntington Park.
Big Darby Town Center Master Plan Selected for Award of Excellence
The Ohio chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Ohio) has chosen the Big Darby Town Center Master Plan for its 2013 Award of Excellence in their Focused Planning Project category.
Protecting Franklin County's Strong Financial Position, Meeting Our Growing Community's Needs
Today, the Franklin County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a permanent increase in the County’s sales tax rate by one quarter of one percent.
Commissioners Fund Community Housing Initiatives
Central Ohio home sales numbers continue to improve with more home sales in the first seven months of 2013 than in any year since at least 1995.
Commissioner Brown Elected to Head Reentry Coalition
Franklin County Commissioner, Marilyn Brown has been elected by her colleagues on the Franklin County Reentry Coalition to serve as the group’s chairperson this year.
Commissioners Urge Residents to be Ready for National Preparedness Month
This September marks the 9th annual National Preparedness Month, and the Franklin County Commissioners are working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other government agencies to help county employees and residents be ready for the unexpected
Franklin County to Hold Public Hearings to Discuss Changing the Sales and Use Tax Rate
Today, Franklin County Commissioners announced that they will hold three separate public hearings during the month of September to discuss a change to the County’s Sales and Use Tax rate.
Franklin County Celebrates Child Support Awareness Month
This month, Franklin County is joining counties from across the country by recognizing August as Child Support Awareness Month.
Commissioners Thank Budget and Economic Advisory Panel Members for their Service
Convened in February 2013, the Franklin County Budget and Economic Advisory Panel held its final meeting today and approved a report to be presented to the Board of Commissioners on August 1st at 8:30 am.
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