Columbus Council Approves Settling Lawsuit Filed By Former Kahoots Dancers
Columbus City Council last night approved a 185 thousand dollar legal settlement of a lawsuit filed by six dancers at the former Kahoots strip club.
The dancers alleged two now-fired police officers wrongfully arrested them in retaliation. City Solicitor Lara Baker Morrish:
Rosser and Lancaster were fired for their roles in the arrest of porn star Stormy Daniels. Council approve a one-year grant to fund the city's second opioid response unit. Columbus fire chief Kevin O'Connor says the unit will respond within 48 hours of an overdose:
O'Connor says when paramedics respond to opioid overdoses, often the people being treated refuse to be taken to a hospital. Council also approved a 13 million dollar payment to the authority created to build a downtown soccer stadium for the Columbus Crew SC. The payment is the first of three totaling 38 million. The city also will spend 12 million on infrastructure improvements.