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Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther's proposed 2018 city budget pumps more money into the 18-month-old Department of Neighborhoods for public safety improvements that city leaders hope in turn attract more homebuyers and small businesses to distressed corridors.
"The mayor's top three priorities are neighborhoods, neighborhoods and neighborhoods," said Joe Lombardi, city finance director, at a presentation of the $1.8 billion proposal.
The biggest changes businesses will see are still under review: The…
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