The Columbus Redevelopment Commission has agreed to provide some financial support for facility improvements at a new makerspace.
The commission voted Monday to authorize the creation of a grant agreement with the Columbus Area Chamber Foundation, Inc. The grant will provide $150,000 from the airport TIF for creation of the Columbus Propeller, Inc makerspace — or, as Chamber President Cindy Frey described it, an “innovation center.”
“It includes a robotics lab, a 3D printing lab, a machine shop, a woodworking shop and also support for small businesses and new businesses — a business accelerator program,” she said.
The Board of Aviation Commissioners…