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  • City councilor announces he's running for mayor

    Columbus Councilor Skip Henderson announced Thursday he will run for mayor of Columbus. During his announcement Henderson discussed public safety, community policing, and how programs for young people like those in parks and recreation help decrease crime.

City councilor announces he's running for mayor

Columbus Councilor Skip Henderson announced Thursday he will run for mayor of Columbus. During his announcement Henderson discussed public safety, community policing, and how programs for young people like those in parks and recreation help decrease crime.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer