High estimates delay Old Oaks renovation grants
Columbus hasn't spent a dime of the $1.9 million it set aside for grants to fix houses in a neighborhood near Nationwide Children's Hospital, because preliminary estimates came in too high.
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#1 Jun 24, 2014
I'm just going to assume that the grants are for repairs to houses of those in the special needs population. Either they can't do for themselves or they refuse to do for themselves and just expect that Whitey will come along and fix the shit they neglect or just outright destroy.
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