Columbus Residential Districting Commission Holds First Meeting


(Columbus, OH) -- The city of Columbus is beginning the process of adding two new seats and creating nine districts for representation on City Council.

On Wednesday, the Council Residential Redistricting Commission held its first meeting, over two years after voters approved a new city charter that overhauled the council's structure. The Commission will work to draw up proposed maps for the nine new Districts. 

Council members will be required to live in the District they are chosen to represent, with voters to decide who fills those nine seats in 2023.  

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