Household Hazardous Waste Event

Household Hazardous Waste Event 
November 14 – 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please check swaco.org for location
Open to central Ohio residents 

Now that winter is approaching, many people are cleaning out their garages and basements and trying to figure out what to do with household hazardous waste materials like motor oil, gasoline, lighter fluid and propane tanks. If you’d like to get rid of these or other hazardous waste items, you can stop by Dublin’s “Household Waste Collection Day” on November 14. It’s open to all Franklin County residents. For a list of accepted items, visit our website.

By adopting proper disposal methods, we can all make a positive impact on our environment and our community’s overall health.

NWCA Meeting on November 4th

The next NWCA meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at 7:00 PM via Zoom. The Zoom link will be available here closer to the date because our last meeting was “zoom-bombed.” If a problem occurs during a meeting, this is your place to look for a zoom link (or replacement link). Agenda

We will have Troy Euton from Recreation and Parks to talk about next steps for the Sheep Farm park.

We will also have 3 zoning/graphics presentations to hear.

1731 Ramblewood Ave. – Variances for existing shed and privacy fence to stay as is.

1025 Luxe Ave – Graphic variance for building sign higher than allowed height of 12’ on elevation facing Henderson and monument sign on adjacent parcel owned by the same owners.

3655 W. Dublin-Granville Rd. – Proposed rezoning (C-3 to a CPD) for the specific development of an automatic car wash (Blue Sky Car Wash)

Cheryl Grossman is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Northwest Civic Association meeting
Time: Nov 4, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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NWCA Meeting on October 7th at 7pm

The next Northwest Civic Association meeting is on October 7, 2020 at 7:00 pm via Zoom.

We are hearing zoning requests for:

  • Sheetz Graphics Application – Variance for height of sign
  • 3111 Hayden Road – Presentation of proposal to build a 213 unit multi-family development on current site of Sawmill Athletic Club on Hayden Rd.
  • 4660 Kenny Road – Changes to a previously approved (2016) zoning to build a 60 unit multi-family development.

Cheryl Grossman is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: October NWCA Meeting
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NWCA Meeting on August 5th

The next NWCA meeting will take place on Zoom on August 5, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Agenda.

Zoning: Applicant owns a small stand-alone building at 5260 Godown Rd which is currently zoned Limited Commercial District. He is requesting a variance to allow him to use this commercial property as a single-unit residential dwelling.

Speakers: Trained AARP volunteers, Phil Smith, Veronica Carter and Mike Kessler, will give a fraud prevention presentation on identity theft, how to outsmart cyber-attacks, and the latest scams including corona virus related scams.  You will get an inside look at how scammers think and gain tips and tools to safeguard against theft & fraud.  You will also learn what to do if you or someone you know has been a victim of fraud.

Cheryl Grossman is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: NWCA August Meeting
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Next Meeting July 1 at 7:00 pm

This Week News 3-12

Affordable Housing Project on Hold

09 – Z18-062 September 2019

5.23.19 5085 Reed Road Statement of Hardship, SOH

5.28.19 5085 Reed Road Limitaiton Text

Illustrative 5-21-19

Reed Road 5-13-19

Concept Plan 4.11.19

Comparison Study_3.29.19

This Week News 10-29-19; Sewer lines at Kahoots

https://www.dispatch.com/news/20190911/neighbors-worry-planned-apartment-complext-will-add-to-sewer-traffic-woes

https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20190819/northwest-columbus-knolls-residents-wary-about-apartments-effect-on-sewers

https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20190812/developer-puts-plan-for-northwest-columbus-apartments-on-hold-after-complaints

191-923-Traffic study submitted by developer

CV19-071 4497 Olentangy River Rd.Council Variance App

Z19-054 4497 Olentangy River Rd.Rezoning App

Zimmerman project renderings

This Week News- Student Trustees Return

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

May 2019 Update: Construction might last until November. See article below.

Henderson Road rebuild in Upper Arlington likely to last into November

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Sheep Farm updates

Sheep Farm

October 2019– Trustee Roy Wentzel writes “Good news from the acting CRPD Director, Paul Rakoski, the design for the Historic Sheep 🐑 Farm is in the Capital budget for 2020.  Also, OSU will soon be vacating the property and the City will put up a fence to keep any illegal dumping from happening on the site.  OSU will also remove everything from the property that doesn’t belong like some of the dumping that has already occurred and removal of hay bales, old equipment, old RV, etc. Once that has been completed the city will bush hog the entire property and mow a walking path around the park!  They will keep that mowed until permanent path is installed.  At some point they will of course remove the fence so the park will be open!”

Roy is also advocating to use the property for neighborhood events in the short term and a library in the long term!

Columbus Closes on Sheep Farm 7-20-19

Columbus and Dublin to keep Sheep Farm

Plans to be discussed summer of 2019

Sheep Farm closing delayed 12-27-18

Comments from Trustee Roy Wentzel- “I just received an update from Sophia Fifner with Columbus Parks and Recreation regarding The Historic Sheep 🐑 Farm. OSU will be conducting a second environmental study to ensure any and all contaminates have been dealt with before turning over the property to the City.  New closing date is July 15th.  I think we can all agree that we would rather be safe than sorry regarding this issue!”

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