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State's intention for anti-tobacco funds a hot issue. (Shop Talk).(Tobacco-Free Ohio, Ohio budget deficit funding)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... A group trying to reduce tobacco use by Ohioans would liked to have seen part of the state legislature's budget balancing act go up in smoke. Tobacco-Free Ohio is hot about the legislature's recent move to steer $240 million from Ohio's share of the national tobacco settlement to...
OSU tech guru Allen leaving for Colorado.(David N. Allen joins University of Colorado)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... David N. Allen is leaving as assistant vice president of technology partnerships at Ohio State University for a similar job with the University of Colorado system at Boulder, Colo. During the last five years, Allen, 50, has spearheaded several projects aimed at increasing Central Ohio's...
Tech groups fear city cuts: Loss of funding could domino.(Central Ohio's technology community budget cuts)(Government Activity)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Three organizations at the heart of Central Ohio's technology community are in danger of having their funding packages dismantled under Mayor Michael Coleman's proposed 2002 budget for Columbus. The Science and Technology Campus Corp., Business Technology Center and the Industry &...
Weiler files suit to force vote on NorthStar.(Robert Weiler, NorthStar Golf Resort , Delaware County Board of Commissioners, Kingston Board of Trustees, Ohio)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Developer Robert Weiler is talking the Delaware County Board of Commissioners to court to force a public hearing and a vote on a zoning plan for his proposed NorthStar Golf Resort in Kingston Township. A Dec. 17 lawsuit, which also names the Kingston Board of Trustees, asks Delaware...
A Cut Above: New digs brighten autopsy team's outlook.(Ohio State University Medical Center)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Dr. Larry Tate still works in a room without windows, but his view has improved in the new autopsy suite at Ohio State University Medical Center. Tate and other members of OSU's autopsy staff have moved from the cramped, dungeon-like morgue at Starling-Loving Hall to bigger, brighter...