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HOUSING

Every neighborhood seems to bother with foreclosure properties or long-standing abandon houses. Raze the house or host as is sales. Franklin County and City of Columbus could become property owners.


Collaboration could offer homeownership opportunities to both city and county employees. Collaboration could agree to language that would stipulate owner occupancy only, cannot sublease, rent or sell. (Banking partners could also help create a financing plan).


City auditor's office could collect the payments thru payroll deductions with payments twice a month. (Government employee's only program).


This would allow working residents to come into the communities and offer stability, a tax base and chance for support of area businesses. Also, would allow the communities to become self-sufficient (based on diversity and working residents) aligned with low to median income families already living in most of these Zones.

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