Lienhoop, who joined the Columbus City Council in 2012, said he hopes to alleviate the “climate of uncertainty” he thinks has dominated the city's politics.
The two Republican candidates debated Wednesday night in a packed lecture hall at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus.
The 2014 Sculpture Biennial hit a snag when organizers ran into some controversy surrounding who could move the expensive pieces.
The accountant announced his intention to run for office Saturday morning.
The Columbus City Council shifted the parks director's salary after the mayor demoted the then-parks director to marketing coordinator.
Columbus Parks Board members say they are in discussions with the mayor after she demoted the parks director late last year.
The mayor of Columbus demoted the parks director, saying he was misusing credit cards and overspending his budget.
A redevelopment committee in Columbus will interview tenants vying for a vacant space in the downtown Columbus Commons.
A number of restaurant owners in downtown Columbus say communication from the Kristen Brown administration is a major reason they could not succeed.
The city of Franklin appears to be following Columbus' lead in finding more money to pay for equipment.