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O’Brien resigns commission seat

The Delaware Gazette

Delaware County Commissioner Ken O’Brien on Tuesday officially resigned his seat. O’Brien, who has served as a commissioner since he was elected in 2008, said the decision was necessary due to changes in the state’s public employee retirement systems.

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Commissioner O’Brien resigning

The Delaware Gazette

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Proposed TIF change incites debate

Hilliard Northwest News

A proposal to amend a tax-increment-financing-district agreement for the Hickory Chase property drew criticism from several residents and a sharp rebuttal from Mayor Don Schonhardt earlier this week.

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Annexation moves Powell development closer to fruition

Olentangy Valley News

Powell City Council voted last week to annex about 7 acres into the city from Liberty Township ahead of the development of an assisted-living complex.

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Stage, Bowshier, Grossman will seek re-election in fall

Grove City Record

Grove City Mayor Richard "Ike" Stage will seek a third consecutive and fifth overall four-year term on this fall's ballot.

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Vornbrocks to gain new perspective as grand marshals

Dublin Villager

This year the Vornbrocks will ride in the parade and wear sashes at the concert as the 2015 Independence Day grand marshals.

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City takes first step to annex more land in Jersey Township

New Albany News

New Albany City Council approved an annexation agreement June 16 with Jersey Township for 140 acres north of state Route 161, south of Jug Street and between Harrison and Cobb roads.

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Commission's concerns hold up senior housing

Olentangy Valley News

Powell commissioner questions traffic statistics; officials ask for more info on planned paths, tunnel

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Rezoning plan gets nod, goes to City Council

Hilliard Northwest News

Vision Development adds business district, cuts apartments to 218

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Planning commission approves first phase plans

Dublin Villager

The first phase of Bridge Park won approval from the Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission last week.

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Annexation of 38.6-acres clears final hurdle

Pickerington Times-Sun

City and Violet Township agree to an 18-month moratorium on development of the land

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Council approves list of Beulah projects

Grove City Record

Grove City Council agreed with the city's Racetrack Redevelopment Committee's list of priority projects for the redevelopment of the closed Beulah Park.

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New administrator was deputy auditor

Marysville News

A former Union County deputy auditor has been chosen as the next county administrator.

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Planning commission signs off on new hospital

West Side News

In the works are a 210-bed, seven-story hospital, an additional office building and two parking garages

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Township mulls next step after firing inspector

Olentangy Valley News

The Orange Township board of trustees voted unanimously Friday, June 5, to fire the township's zoning inspector amid accusations of theft.

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Group will attempt to block development

Olentangy Valley News

Powell voters may be given a chance to determine the fate of a condominium complex planned for the site of the former Powder Room gun range.

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Goss named director of development

Dublin Villager

Dublin has named Donna Goss as its new director of development.

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Developer could offer new vision for apartments

Hilliard Northwest News

Vision Development, which previously sought to build 281 apartments north of Davidson Road near Interstate 270, is expected to seek reconsideration from the...

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Start date now in sight for Murphy Parkway extension

Olentangy Valley News

Long-discussed project will get underway in October, take about a year to complete

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Officials discuss planning city's long-term course

Pickerington Times-Sun

What Pickerington will be in 15, 20 and perhaps even 50 years is to be largely determined by how well it plans now, city officials said recently.

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MORPC approves $5.75 million grant for Refugee widening project

Pickerington Times-Sun

City of Pickerington officials said they are excited with the recent confirmation of a $5.75 million grant acquisition from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.

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Planners sign off on new hospital

Grove City Record

In the works are a 210-bed, seven-story hospital, an additional office building and two parking garages

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Council OKs 158-unit senior living facility

Grove City Record

Grove City Council approved plans for a new senior living facility last week.

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Ruma's latest housing plan gets council approval

Dublin Villager

Rezoning that will drive development on the Riviera Golf Course site won approval from Dublin City Council this week.

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Final vote on nursing home expected June 15

The Canal Winchester Times

Opinions among Canal Winchester residents who spoke at a June 1 public hearing were split about a potential nursing care facility proposed for a site near the elementary...

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Grove City Considers Stream Restoration for Beulah Site

Stream picked as top project at Beulah

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Olentangy School Superintendent Search Narrows

Six candidates emerge for Olentangy’s top job

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NE Columbus Condo's To Be Proposed

Condo proposal coming for 15-acre Morse Road site

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NE Columbus Housing Proposal Tabled

Ulry Road development plan put on hold again .

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