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ZACHARY'S REOPENS

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ZACHARY'S REOPENS

ZACHARY'S REOPENS

Ays while every city and town is different they all have the same struggles.

"your heavy expenditure is typically going to be your personnel providing the services needed and expected.

And then the other one is the big topic infrastructure, roadways.

I mean, we're not even in most cases, cities and towns not able to address sidewalks, things like that, because what's most important is just being able to drive to work to school, and take care of those things." mayor hill says it's important to shop local because then you are feeding in to the sales tax base which can help sustain a community and keep other taxes from increasing.

An iconic columbus restaurant reopens after fire damages most of the building.

Renovations have been underway for about five months at zachary's.

Fire heavily damaged the building back in april.

Owner doug

Iconic columbus restaurant reopens after fire damages most of the building.

Renovations have been underway for about five months at zachary's.

Fire heavily damaged the building back in april.

Owner doug pellum and employees worked to clean and demo as much as the could.

Loyal patrons raised money to help employees keep a paycheck, while they volunteered at various organizations.

Pellum and his crew are thankful for that support and to be back serving up some their customer's favorite dishes.

"we just want to thank the community for supporting us while we were down.

We had so many people bringing us food to eat while we were cleaning up.

We have people with the gofundme accounty, the big payback fundraiser we had for our employees.

We just want to thank everybody in the community.

The community has been outstanding for us."

Zachary's will operate during its normal business hours.




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