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  1. I called this morning and cancelled my subscription.
  2. College students living in university housing and student-specific complexes are counted as part of the Census Group Quarters Enumeration, which means one representative (e.g. the university) may register the count for the census. From the census website: -In general, students in colleges and universities temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 virus will still be counted as part of this process. Even if they are home on census day, April 1, they should be counted according to the residence criteria which states they should be counted where they live and sleep most of the time. We are asking schools to contact their students and remind them to respond. -Per the Census Bureau’s residence criteria, in most cases students living away from home at school should be counted at school, even if they are temporarily elsewhere due to the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2020/modifying-2020-operations-for-counting-college-students.html
  3. The Powell Valves building is a very nice older industrial building. I hate to lose it but Kao does have Powell surrounded and the project sounds like it should benefit both companies.
  4. The Holland is an incredible building. Hopefully one day they can restore the marquee and blade sign.
  5. Thanks for the tour! Wick Park has some great bones.
  6. Mason and Springdale have been mentioned for expansion. As this was done at the same time that the San Francisco tech center, Lorain operation, and 125 stores were announced for closure, it makes the loss easier.
  7. What is the story of "Franklin Commons?" I've always seen it as a vacant lot, not a park/greenspace.
  8. ^Ox College is now leased by the community as the Oxford Community Arts Center.
  9. Very glad to hear this. I hope the Karnes Building is removed and a landmark courthouse occupies the entire block. Columbus Commons and the Scioto Mile provide sufficient greenspace in this area.
  10. Ran through Springfield yesterday...the landmark Crowell-Collier complex is almost gone and both the Simms townhomes and parking garage are underway.
  11. No, it was a credit from the very first round of the program, before the $5 million project cap was in place. Similar situation to John Hartness Brown.
  12. Too bad we tore down the never-used skywalk across Race Street.
  13. TownHall was supposed to be a Cleveland version of North Star, so it is funny that they will be in Columbus.
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