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
Time: Aug 5, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Explore Columbus History

You can contribute to documenting Columbus’ history by noting the local landmarks–stores, notable homes, parks, churches, streetscapes–in your photos of Northwest Columbus. Bring your photos and documents to Trustee Cheryl Grossman. Cheryl is working with librarians from the Local History and Genealogy Department of the Columbus Metropolitan Library to scan your photos or other materials for inclusion in the digital collection of central Ohio history. You may have seen pictures from this collection on the popular Columbus Neighborhoods series on WOSU.

In addition to the pleasure of contributing to the documentation of our neighborhood, you will have a high-quality scan of your pictures or documents. Photographs degrade over time or can be lost due to fires or water damage, so take this opportunity to back up yours. You can also specify how, or if, your materials can be used or you may be able to donate entire collections to the library.