Peter Imes’ opinion concerning the audit was right on, especially after reading opinions from the pro-audit seekers reminded me of how one group is trying
Mayor, city council, Wednesday you not only embarrassed yourselves, you embarrassed the city of Columbus. Some of you need to be reminded that you are
From out here, the controversy in the Columbus city council over whether or not to have a forensic audit seems to fall somewhere between high
We are at a tender junction right now with our city council and mayor. First of all, as a white person, I understand why some
If you’re like me, you find it appalling the way in which our new mayor is being treated by council members. It seems the “old
Well, son of a gun, you can’t make this stuff up. The paper reported it so it must be true. In a special called meeting,
“You can’t get there from here” is what some council members would have many of the citizens of Columbus believe regarding a review into prior
McRae states in his column that Democrats announced a plan that would allow the IRS to more closely monitor any deposit or withdrawal over $600
I am writing about two local non-profit organizations that are close to my heart: Safe Haven Domestic Violence Shelter and 100 Women Who Care —
When Columbus CFO Milton Rawle was arrested in August of 2020, City Hall became ground zero for a criminal investigation, leaving taxpayers with 288,000-plus reasons
Does it strike anyone else as odd that all (and only) Columbus city council members who served in the “Time of Financial Fraud” voted to
Hey, Brother Joe (Mickens), just a short rebuttal to your comments in The Dispatch and a thought-provoking song for you. “Know ye not that the
Because of past spending, in some cases like “a drunk sailor” the city’s finances are in bad shape to say the least. Mr. Mickens wants
We have started this petition to show the citizens’ support for a forensic audit. Only citizens of Columbus should sign the petition: https://chng.it/KVHmkh4npm Bob Raymond
I wholeheartedly agree with the Opinion page and the open letter written by Starkville Strong in the September 22 issue of The Dispatch, which pointed out the city’s total disregard for the citizens of Starkville (my words). By voting to allocate $5.5 million (out of $6.4 million) of the American Rescue Plan to parks and the Cornerstone Park, they are rejecting the needs of all citizens.
Gov. Reeves called the Biden mandate “tyranny” and believes the President issued the mandate to try to distract the world from the fallout over his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
The city of Columbus continues to be plagued by accounting problems. In the last administration, significant embezzlement was only finally discovered with the help of an outside CPA. Now we have to deal with a “clerical error” amounting to one and a half million dollars, a discovery by the COO prompted by questions from a Commercial Dispatch reporter, not the mayor, council or the CFO who was quickly outta here before her error was discovered.
We are one Columbus, with many geographical areas: south, north, east, west. We have various boundary lines that constitute different judicial systems: city and county.
In his Aug. 26 column, Wyatt Emmerich states: Recall that the idea that COVID was created in a lab was banned by Facebook and Twitter
The long-running production that was the City of Columbus’ previous regime had many characters. Some notables were the strong-arm brawler mayor, the “circumventing the law”