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A heated discussion about CDBG funding erupted in Lima's City Council Chambers on Monday. The debate was between 5th Ward Councilman Jamie Dixon and Community Development Director Susan Crotty. After listening to information from the second CDBG funding hearing at Monday night's meeting, Dixon said he has concerns about why certain agencies have large amounts of carryover estimated each year.
Today Fifth Ward City Councilman, Jamie Dixon, as well as citizens from his and the sixth ward, came together today for a press conference to discuss their concern about how the CDBG funding carryover is being used.
There are 15 properties within the fifth and sixth ward that citizens from these neighborhoods would like to see demolished with the carry over funds from the CDBG funding.
Two Lima bars have a little longer before council decides whether or not they'll object to their liquor licenses.
City council voted to have second readings of ordinances concerning renewal of liquor licenses at Ketzys and levels lounge. They made the decision after learning about a potential change of ownership at Ketzys.
A former city councilman is suing a local pastor stemming back from a city council dispute from early December.
Ray Magnus gave councilors, and Your News Now, photos that Magnus said is evidence that Jamie Dixon does not live in the 5th Ward he represents. On Wednesday night, Jamie Dixon sent Your News Now his response:
We followed up with the Lima law director regarding the accusations made against city councilman Jamie Dixon.
Former Councilman and downtown business owner Ray Magnus demanded councilman Jamie Dixon resign in Lima City Council's Monday night meeting.