City leaders should change their minds on sports facility

I hope residents will call or email the mayor at 614-876-7361 or dschonhardt@hilliardohio.gov and politely ask him to save our park.

Destination Hilliard has been a benefit to the community

I hope Hilliard City Council will fund Destination Hilliard at its current budget so it can continue all its work while creating new ways to enhance and promote our community.
Gahanna, New Albany

Planned program cuts show lack of foresight

It's a tragedy what the New Albany school district is planning for its library program.

Shopping local is important to Hilliard business owners

Small Business Saturday is Nov. 29, and the Hilliard Area Chamber of Commerce encourages residents to shop at local merchants to purchase items for holiday or everyday shopping.
Worthington area

St. John's split with Scouts is disappointing

I am sad to hear that St. John's Episcopal Church, the oldest church in this area, is not going to let its Boy Scout Troop re-charter there.

State shouldn't cut taxes at expense of school districts

So much for equal opportunity for Ohio's children.
Jackson Township

Thanks for votes on fire levy, from families of the firefighters

For 23 years, the department has been fiscally responsible while maintaining outstanding service.
Grove City

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate our nation's values

We give thanks for the freedom we enjoy as Americans and for the brave men and women who serve in our military to sustain those freedoms.
Jefferson Township

Trustees thank voters for Issue 39 support

Because this levy was passed, we will not need to address another fire levy until 2017, when the last of our temporary levies expires.

City Council looks forward to delivering PROS improvements

We wish to thank the Westerville voters for approving Issue 24, a 20-year renewal of the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces (PROS) income tax dedicated to our community parks and recreation services.

David beats Goliath in Powell residents' fight vs. developers

I congratulate the residents of Powell for their support of the Powell charter amendment issue Nov. 4, and thank all those who worked so hard to win passage of this ballot issue.
Upper Arlington

Decisive vote result of broad support in city

Wow! On Nov. 4, 63 percent of Upper Arlington voters proclaimed their confidence in the city's efforts to serve us efficiently and effectively while preparing our community for its next 100 years.

Join in the process: Community Choices forum set for Dec. 4

It is always good to be part of the solution, to be heard, and to make choices.

Maybe students could identify undervalued properties in Gahanna-Jefferson

I applaud the residents of the Gahanna-Jefferson school district for approving the district's levy request.
Upper Arlington

Officials promise to use Issue 23 funds wisely

Looking back on the countless hours of meetings, discussion and campaigning, all we can say is "thank you."