A two-year process of studying and revamping Columbus' development incentives for a dozen key neighborhoods is nearing conclusion, with City Council expected to take up the final recommendations before their August recess. Council plans to hold a public meeting – yet to be scheduled – before it votes on the measures, which are designed to encourage more affordable housing in these areas, while paring back sweeteners for now-upscale areas such as the Short North.

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