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  • Uptown Columbus CEO reacts to city's decision to defund his organization

    Ross Horner, president and CEO of Uptown Columbus Inc., appeared before Columbus Council to ask for funding. His request was denied.

Ross Horner, president and CEO of Uptown Columbus Inc., appeared before Columbus Council to ask for funding. His request was denied. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com
Ross Horner, president and CEO of Uptown Columbus Inc., appeared before Columbus Council to ask for funding. His request was denied. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com

City pulls funding from Uptown Columbus for FY2018

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