The process regarding the Showe property and the pocket-park issue has raised concerns for me.
Taxation without representation -- a thing that we all thought had disappeared at the end of the American Revolution -- is alive and well in Johnstown.
In 1888, Marysville got its nickname, "The Shaded City," because of the maples, elms and oaks that once canopied over our streets. Now today, we have lost our friends and the beauty they gave.
The ordinance before Bexley City Council elevates the rights of LBGT persons above persons of faith and in effect bars persons of faith from engaging in a number of business services.
During Worthington City Council's April 13 meeting, good and bad public participation were on display.
I am writing to urge Genoa Township residents to vote NO on the two property tax levies that Genoa Township Trustees have put up for a vote Tuesday, May 5.
The Gahanna Residents In Need nonprofit organization is pleased to announce that we have acquired a facility at 760 Morrison Road, Suites A&B, in Gahanna.
Madison Township (Franklin County)
I would like to thank Mr. Peacock for seeking clarity regarding the current fire levy request that is before the voters of Madison Township, Franklin County, Ohio.
School district voters turned down requests for a 6.9-mill operating levy and a 2-mill permanent-improvements levy on Nov. 4. Civic leaders are asking district parents to "reach out" to the majority of voters without children to support another school levy.
We would like to thank everyone who helped make the third annual Golden Bear Shred Day/Food and Clothing Drive at Upper Arlington High School on Saturday, April 11, a great success.
We continue to be inspired by the show of community support for the Bexley Boosters Mulch Madness fundraiser -- thank you!
On behalf of the Westerville Education Foundation Board of Trustees, I would like to thank the many community and business leaders who on April 17 attended our inaugural Celebration of Education, Innovation and Inspiration.
This letter is in support of Beryl Anderson for mayor of Gahanna.
I have had the pleasure of working with Reynoldsburg City Attorney James E. "Jed" Hood since he took office in 2006, and am going to vote for him once again in the Republican primary on May 5.
Worthington has lost a perfect opportunity to add to the unique charm of our community that captivates our many residents and visitors. My question to City Council is, whose pocket are you in?
Worthington City Council's public hearing April 13 attracted a standing-room-only crowd, the vast majority supporting the park.
The Plain Township Fire Department is seeking community support this spring to be able to continue the current level of service to the residents of the township and city of New Albany.
I am writing to recommend Tom Kneeland for mayor of Gahanna.
I am writing to draw greater attention to an issue that is currently happening in the Reynoldsburg community.
I am writing to urge all Gahanna residents to vote for Joe Gergley for mayor.
I encourage all Plain Township and New Albany residents to support their fire department by voting yes on Issue 4.
I am a past member of Reynoldsburg City Council for 18 years, and I encourage you to vote for our city attorney, Jed Hood, in the May 5 election.
I am voting for Jed Hood for city attorney in the May 5 primary election, and I encourage all Reynoldsburg residents to do the same.
Let me tell you about Tom Kneeland.
The Plain Township Fire Department has dedicated professionals that show up to help you and your loved ones when the unthinkable happens.
Madison Township voters will decide in the May 5 election on a permanent property tax increase that will generate an extra $3.2 million annually (per Franklin County auditor) due in 2016 and will cost approximately $180 extra in property taxes for a $100,000 property.
Does the Perry Township police department really need a 36 percent budget increase to "maintain current levels of service?"
In the April 16 issue of ThisWeek Worthington News, Andrew King quotes City Council President Bonnie Michael as she began the April 13 council meeting, saying not everyone was in favor of the idea of a small park in historic Worthington.
As a lifelong resident of Plain Township and New Albany, I fully support Issue 4, the Plain Township Fire Department's replacement levy.
Pataskala, New Albany
I received my address-change notice from the U.S. Postal Service on April 16.