Another resident, Bob Claussen, carefully laid out the wealth of misinformation being circulated by the City Attorney in her "FAQ" sheet that appears on the opposition's web site and was also circulated to residents through various channels. I am disappointed your public statements about Issue 31 incorporate much of the same misleading information and misstatements... Continue Reading →
November 6, 2018 Sample Election Ballots
The Franklin County Board of Elections has made the Grandview Heights' Sample Ballots available on its web site. Attached is the Sample Ballot for Congressional District 3. If you don't know which District you are in, look up your sample ballot on the Franklin County Board of Elections' web site. Gather information about the candidates... Continue Reading →
The Motivation Behind the Proposed Green Space Ordinance
Elected and Unelected Officials Are Ignoring City Code, Precedent and the Priorities Set by the Community for Grandview Heights' Future. Redefining the City's green space was identified as No. 8 on the List of Priorities for the Future of the City at the November 17, 2017 Leadership Conference held by the City: But every action taken... Continue Reading →
What Will The Proposed Ordinance Do?
The Proposed Ordinance does the following things: Redraws The Boundaries To Protect More Green From Overdevelopment Redraws the boundaries of the Green Space by increasing the existing 100 foot no build zone on private property so no new homes or garages can be built any closer to Goodale Boulevard than the homes that currently exist. This... Continue Reading →
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