New Rome, Ohio (OH)
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General Information about New Rome
New Rome is a small unincorporated community in eastern Prairie Township, Franklin County, Ohio, United States, located on the west side of the Columbus Metropolitan Area. It was originally incorporated as a village in 1947, occupying little more than a three-block stretch of West Broad Street (U.S. Route 40), and dissolved in 2004. The population was 60 at the 2000 census.
New Rome had long been the target of scorn and criticism from Central Ohio residents, state officials, and even national media, due to decades of harassing motorists in one of the worst speed traps in the United States and the internal corruption of its local government. In 2004, the village was ordered legally dissolved by a Franklin County Common Pleas Court judge, and its residents, land and assets were made part of Prairie Township.
Stats about New Rome
|Cost of Living|
|Median Household Income:||$19,583|
|Median Home Value:||$75,000|
|State sales tax:||5.5%|
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