Fewer people filed property-value complaints with the Franklin County Board of Revision for last year than for any of the previous four years, but the number still exceeded pre-recession levels. - See more at:...
These senior citizens, mostly penny pinchers who live alone and have faced hardships such as a hospital stay or emergency home repair, all are recipients this year of a little-known grant. It helps pay the property taxes of...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -
Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo has started a new mediation program to resolve property-value complaints. The program is expected to help cut down on the backlog of property owner complaints currently...
Franklin County inspectors are checking roughly 3,300 gas pumps for illegal credit-card skimmers after a handful of the devices turned up inside Dayton-area pumps.
A 40 year-old African-American lawyer with a wife and two young children, Mingo was appointed Franklin County Auditor in 2009, making him responsible for overseeing county finances, real estate and consumer protection in the...
Dear Franklin County residents,
I am honored to serve you and all the people of Franklin County as your County Auditor.
For the past three-plus years, I have pledged to you that I will serve as an independent voice for the people, working to:
Earlier this year, my office returned $7 million to local schools and governments because of efficient work and a measured approach to government spending. You can read more about my work on the right side of this page.
With your help, I will work to keep my promise of upholding the highest standards of service to you and our community.
Please consider joining my campaign team by using the volunteer contact form on this website. Franklin County needs to hear your voice if we are to lead our community forward.
As God gives me strength, I pledge to serve you and all the people of Franklin County, heart and soul.
Franklin County Auditor