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Library notes

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Military notes

Steven J. Galluzi, an Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadet at the University of Kansas, graduated from the Cadet Leaders Course at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Neighbors in the news

* Molly Brumfield and Austin Hem, of Centennial High School, were named members of the All-Ohio State Fair Band for the 2016 Ohio State Fair.

Campers enjoy being 'In' the game

UA's council recall

City charter explains how to fill seats

Upper Arlington City Council would look to its city charter and appoint new members, one by one, should any be removed via an upcoming recall election.
'Civilian of the Year'

Shutt honored posthumously for work with UAPD

A year after his death, a former community volunteer and advocate of local law enforcement was honored for his contributions to the Upper Arlington Police Division.

Tips aim to improve city's green canopy

In an effort to protect Upper Arlington's tree canopy -- as well as the city's and residents' investments in it -- a local commission plans to roll out a new education initiative for maintaining street trees.

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College notes

* Jonathan Faris, of Columbus, was named to the Georgia Institute of Technology dean's list for the spring semester.
District school buildings

Tours to show good, bad and ugly

Parents and other community members can get a firsthand look next month at facility needs and challenges as well as how Upper Arlington school buildings are being used.
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Upper Arlington recall election set for Aug. 23

Upper Arlington voters will decide Aug. 23 if any of four City Council members will be removed from office.

Northstar team eyes UA site for Brassica

The trio that have carved out a niche of healthful and hip dining in central Ohio and beyond through the Northstar Cafe chain and Third & Hollywood now hopes to bring its latest concept to Upper Arlington.
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Board of Elections: Greenhill recall may proceed as protest fails

A recall election to determine if four members of Upper Arlington City Council will remain in office appears set to proceed after the Franklin County Board of Elections last week rejected a protest of one the petitions.
Police beat

UA: Girls report couple tried to lure them into their vehicle

Upper Arlington police last week received a report that a couple allegedly attempted to lure two girls into their vehicle outside a local swimming pool.

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