Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority backs big central Ohio projects

The “long-struggling” Milo-Grogan area is now home to “world-class manufacturer” Rogue Manufacturing, one of the “private neighborhood-anchoring developments” backed by the Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority, The Columbus Dispatch reports. The agency, which operates as a port authority, has evolved from backing “purely public projects” to also supporting private projects such as Rogue’s 600,000-square-foot factory close to downtown Columbus. The former industrial site that houses the facility was “no longer productive” but now is “pulling in people back into a neighborhood where you really need investment,” Jean Carter Ryan, president of the authority, said in the article. For more, read the full article.

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