COLUMBUS (WCMH)–The city of Columbus has been ranked fifth in the world when it comes to the quality of life.
This comes from numbeo.com. The site ranked 227 cities and scored them based on purchasing power, safety, health care, cost of living, property prices to income ratio, traffic commute time, pollution and climate. The higher the score the better according to the site. (read the full listing here.
“I thought we might be in the top 10, but I didn’t think we’d be in the top 5,” said Rick Hahn, the owner of Nancy’s Home Cooking in Clintonville.
Here, Hahn has a pay it forward program. Customers pay five bucks to write a note to buy someone a meal who might be in need.
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Written by Jonathan Edwards.
Originally published January 29, 2020.