COLUMBUS, Ohio— Working to develop strong relationships to build even stronger neighborhoods, Columbus City Councilmember Michael Stinziano was named the Columbus REALTORS® 2016 Citizen of the Year for his “exemplary business experience, conduct, civic activity and industry involvement.”
“I thank Columbus REALTORS®, whose work continues to uphold high standards of excellence among its association membership and integrity in real estate practices,” said Stinziano. “I look forward to working with them to help promote our neighborhoods and grow our great City.”
Councilmember Stinziano was nominated for the award by Columbus REALTORS® Director Emmanuel Remy. Remy is also the Northland Community Council president and a Coldwell Banker King Thompson agent.
The award follows Councilmember Stinziano’s participation and mentorship with the Columbus REALTORS® Leadership Academy, educating Leadership Academy participants about the role and impact of local and state government in the real estate industry.
Working with homeowners and real estate professionals on legislative policy is a priority said Stinziano.
“We are focused on investing in thriving, safe and age-friendly neighborhoods in Columbus,” he continued.
Columbus REALTORS® was founded in 1908. It is a non-profit professional trade association comprised of over 6,800 Central Ohio real estate professionals. The association held its annual awards luncheon on April, 21.