Reed Rd. Proposal Update

NWCA held a special meeting on February 20 to hear the concerns of the  special meeting participants and neighbors regarding the proposal for a mixed-use apartment complex at the site of Burgess and Niple. Representatives from Preferred Living took questions and suggestions for the project, and offered some modifications to the project. The objective was to consolidate these concerns into a brief summary for the NWCA Board of Trustees to review for their vote at the March 6 meeting. A draft of that summary, Reed Road Neighbor Input, is available for comment. Suggestions for additions, editing, clarification, or corrections can be made on our Facebook page or our email account. The comments highlighted in yellow need to be fact-checked. 

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This Week News article on March 6 meeting

March 6, 2019

Concept Plan 2.5.19

Reed Rd Site Plan 3-18-19

2019.02.01 PL REED RD VIEW 1 COLOR

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March Messages

Special Meeting to hear Preferred Living proposed changes for Reed Rd project will be March 27 at the Meadow Park Church at 7:00pm.

Next NWCA regular meeting is April 3. Tentative NWCA 4-3-19 Agenda

Notice- The NWCA Annual Meeting is May 1. Members will elect Trustees. If you would like to run for the NWCA Board of Trustees, please let me know by April 15. Members in good standing and who have been approved by the Board as of the April meeting may vote. Refreshments will be provided. Please plan to join us!

Come to NWCA’s 2019 Spring Picnic! Mark your calendar to attend the Northwest Civic Associations’ Spring Picnic on Saturday, May 11th, at the Antrim Park Shelter House from 1-5 pm. Register on the sign-up sheet at the monthly NWCA meetings or via email to info@NWCA.org. Register today! Shelter House seating is limited to the first 86 members and guests who register.

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Henderson Rd upgrade

Great news for the NWCA member area -“Upper Arlington officials are looking at an estimated $2 million upgrade of Henderson Road in 2019 geared at reducing stormwater flooding and better accommodating bicyclists and pedestrians.

The modifications are planned on a segment of Henderson Road from Riverside Drive to Sawmill Road.”

Read more here:

http://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20171024/city-eyes-2m-henderson-road-upgrade

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