Tax season may be over, but the state and city are still looking for money where ever it can be found. ECOT's money? Ohio's money now. Extra revenue from John Glenn? Extra revenue for the city you mean. Luckily, with great budgets, come great libraries, free buses to downtown, and presumably less taxes needed next year.
In larger news, the moderates are polling well, given that their competition seems very intent on throwing their own primary away.
For those of you following the housing market, it seems the trend of people from New York coming to Columbus and gushing about the same four New Yorker owned businesses has no end in sight, so a house is basically an investment if you think about it.