The Bartholomew County Commissioners approved an ordinance Monday that cuts part-time employees' hours so the county is not required to pay for health care.
Columbus Municipal Airport officials say they are still trying to find ways to avoid a shutdown of the airport's control tower.
The piece of property just northeast of downtown has been abandoned for a decade.
Under the Affordable Care Act, employers with fifty or more employees will need to provide health insurance to those working more than 30 hours per week.
The city of Franklin appears to be following Columbus' lead in finding more money to pay for equipment.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance program is made available to workers who are displaced due to foreign imports or shifts in production out of the country.
The Columbus Police Department is seeking ways to retain its personnel after losing several officers to neighboring police agencies.
One member of the Downtown Columbus Independent Restaurant Association says more retail is needed downtown.
The proposed ordinance was one of then-candidate Kristen Brown's most prominent campaign promises.
The purchase, if it happens, would be nearly equal to a fifth of the company's total stock value.