Residents in Clintonville Area Commission districts 4, 5 and 7 will have the opportunity to vote for their next representative from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Residents in Clintonville Area Commission districts 4, 5 and 7 will have the opportunity to vote for their next representative from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

District 4 residents will choose between Peggy Barylak and Mike Folmar to replace outgoing commissioner Susan Gaunce.

Barylak is a 23-year Clintonville resident and a labor relations consultant at Ohio State University. She is involved with Clean Up and Recycling Backers, PEER Ohio Inc. and other charitable organizations.

Folmar has lived in Clintonville for 31 years and said he has been involved with several community issues over the years. He is the associate director for clinic services, counseling and consultation service at Ohio State.

District 4 is bordered by Arden Road and Hollenback Drive to the north, Oakland Park Avenue to the south, Interstate 71 to the east and the Olentangy River to the west.

District 4 voters can cast their ballots at the Indianola Plaza, 3588 and 3592 Indianola Ave.

In District 5, Nick Cipiti, Ben Collins and Deborah Thompson are vying for the seat being vacated by commissioner Brian Byrne.

Cipiti, a financial adviser, has lived in Clintonville for 15 years. He has been involved with the Red Cross, ADAMH, Ohio Reads, Kiwanis, the Immaculate Conception church festival and the Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce. He previously has sought seats on the Columbus school board, city council and the CAC.

Collins, an attorney, has lived in Clintonville for four years and is involved with the Central Ohio Agency for the Aging, Central Vineyard Church and the Vineyard Community Center.

Thompson, a marketing consultant, is a six-year Clintonville resident who volunteers regularly in her children's activities.

District 5 is bordered by Glenmont Road to the north, Arden Road to the south, Interstate 71 to the east and North High Street to the west. District 5 residents also can vote at the Indianola Plaza.

In District 7, Mark Noble is challenging incumbent commissioner Dave Southan.

Noble is a software engineer who has lived in Clintonville for eight years. He previously has run for lieutenant governor and Congress.

Southan, who is retired from UPS, has lived in Clintonville for 52 years and has served on the CAC for four and a half years.

District 7 is bordered by Garden Road to the north, Glenmont Road to the south, Interstate 71 to the east and North High Street to the west. Residents can vote at the Charity Newsies building, 4300 Indianola Ave.