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Latest News for Middletown, OH

Columbus to hike, create a variety of fees
The Columbus Dispatch Columbus, OH
December 12, 2014

Facing a tighter budget, Columbus leaders plan to charge businesses more for inspection and permit fees next year to generate an additional $1.2 million.

The Columbus City Council plans to vote on increasing nearly 125 permit and inspection fees and on imposing nearly 30 new fees at its final meeting of the year on Monday. The increases are mostly related to fire-safety and weights-and-measure permits.

The businesses affected by the increases include restaurants, bowling alleys, builders and chemical suppliers.

“Mayor (Michael B.) Coleman had asked all departments to review their list of fees and see if there were updates we could make,” said Amanda Ford, an assistant director in the city’s Department of Public Safety. “Some of the fees had not been updated...  Read More