As vice president of Powell City Council, president of council's development committee and president of the Powell Community Improvement Corp., Jim Hrivnak has been at the center of many of the changes that have occurred in the city over the last eight years.
Having determined that he's attended about 300 Liberty Township board of trustees and Powell City Council meetings in his 35 years as a resident, it seems it was only a matter of time before Vince Margello decided to make a run for a seat on the other side of the meeting table.
In his three decades of living in the Olentangy Local School District, Dave King has witnessed its transformation from a system of rural schools to one that educates more than 17,000 students in 23 buildings.
Shyra Eichhorn was the first candidate to file petitions with the Delaware County Board of Elections in the hopes of taking over one of two open Liberty Township board of trustees seats in the Nov. 5 election.
Leading up to the Aug. 7 deadline to file petitions with the Delaware County Board of Elections, it looked as if three Powell City Council incumbents who were seeking re-election for four open spots would run unopposed.
While interest in the four available Powell City Council seats has been negligible, multiple candidates have thrown their hats in the ring to take over two open spots on the Liberty Township board of trustees.