Columbus residents face full slate of issues, candidates

Columbus city and school district voters will be presented with a full slate of candidates and ballot issues in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 5.

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School board candidates discuss issues

Three incumbent Columbus City Schools Board of Education members will try to retain their seats in the midst of a data-scrubbing scandal and pursuit of a controversial tax levy that critics say is too expensive.

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Incumbent Dorrian will be challenged by Ternovsky

Veteran Columbus Auditor Hugh Dorrian will pit his nearly 48 years of public-finance experience against political newcomer Igor Ternovsky in the Nov. 5 general election.

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District seeks 9.01-mill combination levy Nov. 5

Columbus City Schools officials will seek more money this fall while simultaneously pledging to cut district expenses.

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Remy urges support for city's bond package

Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy last week urged civic association and other representatives to vote in favor of a city bond package that will appear on the November ballot.

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Educate yourself on the levy Oct. 10

I once met the mayor of St. Louis in a bowling alley after graduating college and could not think of a thing to say to him. The next time I meet a mayor, I have hopes for a meeting that's more meaningful.

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