THE WEEKLY REVIEW | SEPTEMBER 15, 2023
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“Indulgent Peruvian sandwiches will soon be on the menu in the Arena District. According to owner Guillermo Perez, Si Señor Peruvian Sandwiches is opening a new location at 155 W. Nationwide Blvd. Perez, a native of Peru but longtime Columbus restaurant worker and owner, originally opened the concept’s first location in 2010 alongside his wife Christell Gozzer, and the pair has been offering their unique Peruvian sandwiches to Columbus ever since.”
“Perez said the new location will likely open later this year, although an opening date was not announced. The new location will operate with a more concise menu, featuring fewer sandwiches, but doing so will cut down on wait times and will also allow Si Señor to offer a rotating seasonal menu as well.”
“Planning has been in earnest near the Intel site in New Albany, but now officials are trying to see just how much the $20 billion project will change the lives for those living a county or two away.”
“The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission wants to provide professional services and help for communities within a 40-minute drive of the Intel site in New Albany in Licking County with transportation and land use plans, targeting Knox, Marion and Morrow counties in particular for what their needs will be as the region grows.”
“AWS, an Amazon subsidiary that provides cloud computing services, is listed as the potential recipient of a community reinvestment area incentive that would be awarded by the city. The resolution authorizing the CRA, which is on the agenda for Tuesday's New Albany City Council meeting, also includes a memorandum of understanding with the company.”
“In June, AWS announced a $7.8 billion expansion of its Central Ohio data center operations by the end of 2029. The project is expected to create hundreds of new jobs and will represent the second-largest single private sector company investment in Ohio's history, according to state officials.”