Mike Stinziano Columbus Council Appoints New Member, Approves Campaign Contribution Limit By Jim Letizia • 14 hours ago columbusypweek2018.sched.com The all-Democratic Columbus City Council last night appointed to the panel an African-American female assistant city attorney who has worked on housing issues. Columbus Council Holds Hearing On Finalists For Vacant Seat By Jim Letizia • Jan 11, 2019 columbus.gov Columbus City Council last night held a public hearing on the 15 finalists for a vacant seat on the panel. CCS Board Member Among Finalists For City Council Seat By Jim Letizia • Dec 8, 2018 columbus.gov Columbus City Council has released the names of 15 finalists to fill two soon-to-be-vacant seats. City Council Taking Applications To Fill Two Seats By Jim Letizia • Nov 12, 2018 columbus.gov Columbus City Council begins accepting applications Tuesday to fill two seats that will be open due to the results of the November 6 elections. Jim Letizia reports. Council Votes To Place City-Backed Issue On May Ballot Changing Election Process By Jim Letizia • Mar 6, 2018 Mike Foley Columbus City Council last night approved placing on the May ballot a measure adding two members to the seven-seat panel, with all members being elected from districts or wards by all local voters. Stinziano To Run For County Auditor By Jim Letizia • Jan 17, 2018 columbus.gov Democratic Columbus City Council member Mike Stinziano on Tuesday formally announced he will run for Franklin County Auditor this year. Council Approves Tethering Restrictions, Tax Break For Rickenbacker Warehouse By Jim Letizia • Oct 3, 2017 Columbus City Council last night approved new restrictions banning the tethering of dogs outdoors during overnight hours. City Council Considers Penalties For Pets Tethered Outdoors By Jim Letizia • Sep 4, 2017 Columbus City Council is considering legislation creating tougher penalties for people who tether their dogs out-of-doors. Council Places Ward Representation Measure On August Ballot, Approves Two Short North Deals By Jim Letizia • May 24, 2016 Columbus City Council last night formally approved placing on the August ballot a measure asking voters to change the panel's make-up from from seven members elected at-large to 13 members, 10 of whom would be elected from wards.