ONUMBA.COM, USA – When Michelle Mills was appointed to the Columbus City Council several years ago, she was extremely excited, telling Onumba.com at her swearing in ceremony that one thing she would like to focus on as councilmember was the “people” of Columbus. “We must make sure we don’t neglect the people,” she said, calling them “our biggest assets.” After about five years on the council, Mills’ primary focus is still on the “people.” The difference going forward though is that she would no longer be able to help the people of Columbus as a councilwoman; it would have to be only as the CEO of St. Stephens Community House, a job she had before her appointment to the council, but continued on while serving on the council. Mills, who was a shoo-in to replace Andrew Ginther as Council President, announced recently that she was resigning her seat on the council, totally catching everyone by surprise.
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