A citizen commission may be appointed by the Columbus City Council and the mayor to draw district boundaries if voters adopt a plan to expand the council and divide the city into nine wards.
That is part of the recommendation from Edward Johnson, the council's director of legislative affairs, who led the research into how the city could draw those lines.
Johnson called it a starting place for the council. "There might be things they like or don't like," he said.
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