This week we visit with Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop and talk city drug related arrests, tax rate increase, inoperable cars and salary increases.
This week we visit with Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop to talk about a new city ordinance that will force removal of abandoned cars on city streets.
Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop answers questions about the city including details of the railway overpass and the closing of the Clarion hotel.
Lienhoops says Wednesday's announcement includes news about major upgrades to Cummins corporate headquarters and a response to the downtown railroad issues.
Mayor Lienhoop says the emergency management director is looking into why the sirens sounded late during Friday night's storms.
Mayor Lienhoop says he hopes to encourage Indiana University officials to keep the architecture school downtown to spur economic development.
Lienhoop says the bike sharing program didn't have the ridership he had hoped for.
We're getting ready to visit with Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions by noon today!
Mayor Lienhoop says he was able to attend the inauguration as well as many of the festivities in Washington D.C. that weekend.
Lienhoop says CSX leases the land and rails that run through the city and they are cooperating to come up with a long term plan to reduce traffic back-ups.