Roughly $80 million will be spent between the two projects.
Lienhoops says Wednesday's announcement includes news about major upgrades to Cummins corporate headquarters and a response to the downtown railroad issues.
The decision to annex and rezone the 163 acres came with various stipulations for the Arbor Homes developers to appease concerns from nearby residents.
Nearby residents of the new development are still worried about its impact on their neighborhood.
Area residents gave feedback to INDOT ahead of construction on a leg of I-65 between Columbus and Seymour.
The Columbus Parks and Recreation Department closed about a 10-block section of the multi-use trail this week.
Columbus residents of a neighboring subdivision are concerned the number of houses will lead to an increase of traffic issues on the roads nearby.
A new law means Hoosiers who install solar panels after Dec. 31 will get less credit for selling excess energy back to utility companies.
Mayor Lienhoop says the emergency management director is looking into why the sirens sounded late during Friday night's storms.
We're getting ready to visit with Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions by noon today!