Richland County Land Bank board chair Bart Hamilton on Tuesday asked Mansfield City Council to commit $1 million to demolish and remediate two former Westinghouse properties on the city's east side.
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It's going to be a banner time for Ohio contractors in the next 18 months as local governments compete to spend $500 million of state money in demolition and brownfield remediation.
Deanna West-Torrence, who helped play a key role in the iconic past of the former Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center, is again excited about the future of the north end property.
A Shelby business owner is interested in a public/private partnership with the Richland County Land Bank that could result in the demolition of what was described Wednesday "as the biggest eyesore in Shelby."
Richland County commissioners on Tuesday approved spending up to $40,000 as part of a comprehensive countywide housing study in 2022.
It appears Mansfield City Council ward boundaries will remain unchanged for the next decade after the 2020 Census found there was no significant change in population.
Jean Taddie, along with several of her neighbors, made a successful return to Mansfield City Council Tuesday evening.
MANSFIELD — Can we reimagine how we view homelessness and the way it's handled in our community?
For the first time in a long time, Mansfield’s Westinghouse site has a future, if we allow ourselves to imagine it.
MANSFIELD ─ Seven years after its establishment, the Richland County Land Bank will help a neighboring county start the same agency.