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South & Canal Winchester

November 27 - December 10, 2022 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLIII, No. 21

Obetz reviews

tax incentives

By Katelyn Sattler

Staff Writer

Obetz City Council approved legislation

accepting the recommendations of the Tax

Incentive Review Council.

Obetz City Administrator Rod Davisson

said the Tax Incentive Review Council

includes members from the city, area

school districts, area townships, and the

Franklin County Auditor’s Office. It meets

once a year and reviews all of the outstanding

incentive packages to make sure

that the companies who have those incentive

packages are doing the things that

they agreed to do and return those incentive

packages.

“Once that meeting occurs, the Tax

Incentive Review Council makes a recommendation

as to what to do,” said

Davisson. “So, if there was somebody who

wasn’t doing what they were supposed to,

they may say you should revoke their

abatement. In ours,everybody who has an

incentive was complying with the things

they were supposed to. So the Tax

Incentive Review Council has recommended

that all of the

incentives continue

based on

the fact that

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they’re all in

compliance.”

Councilman

Mike Flaherty

asked, “So, we

do the review.

We’re checking

to make sure

that if we give

them incentive

and you have

200 employees

by this date or

whatever, that

they’re reading

those in steps. If

it’s as they grow,

they have to

meet….”

D a v i s s o n

replied, “If they

said we’re going

to have 200 jobs

by this date,

then they have to

prove that they

See TAX, page 2

Veterans Day quilt

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman

Canal Winchester veterans were honored on Nov. 12 with a breakfast, parade, ceremony

at Stradley Park. They also received handmade quilts courtesy of the

Quilters on the Canal organization. Mark Burns, left, a retired active duty and

reserve Air Force pilot who lives in Canal Winchester received one of quilts from

Quilters on the Canal member Karen Nichols. Nichols’ son is a Navy Seal and she

coordinated the veterans quilt giveaway.

Heavenly Treats Bakery

HOLIDAY PIES & COOKIE TRAYS

100 Winchester Cemetery

(614) 524-1183

www.heavenlytreatsohio.com

Celebrating 15 Years in Business!

Administrator

for city of CW?

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Canal Winchester City Council is moving

ahead with establishing a parks superintendent

position, but will have to wait on

further discussion of creating city administrator,

in-house law director, and construction

inspector positions.

While the superintendent, law director

and construction positions are not allocated

in the 2023 budget, the city administrator

position was budgeted for the upcoming

year.

However, talks between council members

and administrators during council’s

Nov. 21 meeting found no consensus in

moving the administrator position out of a

work session for full council consideration.

Currently the city is governed by a

“strong mayor/strong council” form of government.

According to a position description in

the legislation up for consideration, a city

See CW, page 2

Roger L. Weaver

Dustin J. Weaver

Attorneys at Law

(614) 834-1750

Office

(614) 834-9480

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25 E. Waterloo St.

Canal Winchester,

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First, try to find the tooth after it

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Holiday Train display

Columbus Metropolitan Library is hosting a free holiday open

house on Nov. 30 at its Main Library, 96 S. Grant Ave. in

Columbus. From 6-8 p.m., families can enjoy activities, sing-along

carols and refreshments, plus a visit from live reindeer and a very

special guest. The biggest draw of the evening will be the treelighting

of Topiary Park and the return of the Huntington Holiday

Train. A ceremonial switch will be flipped on for the train, which

will delight library customers through Jan. 8. Parking for the

event in Main Library’s attached garage will be free.

The 600-square-foot Huntington Holiday Train includes multiple

miniature trains running on more than 280 feet of track surrounded

by more than 50 pounds of snowflakes.

This marks the 30th year of the holiday attraction, which was

built in 1992 by Applied Imagination founder Paul Busse. The

train was originally displayed in the lobby of the historic

Huntington building at Broad and High streets. In 2009,

Huntington graciously loaned the train to CML.

The Huntington Holiday Train is on display through Jan. 8 —

Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday-Saturday from 9

a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m. The first hour of parking

in the library garage is free. Visit columbuslibrary.org.

TAX

Continued from page 1

have 200 jobs. We have to make sure that their buildings are in

decent shape and they don’t have any code violations. If they guaranteed

an investment, like if they say we’re going to build a $6

million building by this year, then you go make sure they build a

$6 million building by that year. Whatever the agreement

requires that they said they’re going to get money to the school

district to make sure they do. That’s why the economic development

director goes through and checks all that stuff to make sure

it’s all on par when we go to report that to the TIRC and everybody

was good to go.”

Other Obetz news

•Council approved legislation to approve changes to the 2022

appropriations for the current expenses and other expenditures of

the city.

“Essentially, we have a bunch of cleanups related to the folks

who took the buyouts, new employees that may have come in since

then, and the intern program,” said Davisson. “So you got that

through different levels of benefits, payroll, those kinds of things.

And then one addition for extra overtime for Finance Assistant

Jessica Williams, presuming we may need to use that to process

the FOP collective bargaining agreement between now and the

end of the year.”

•Council approved an opt-in to the Ohio Department of

Transportation’s municipal bridge inspection program services.

ODOT’s bridge inspection program is free to municipalities and it

also gives ODOT permission to be on Obetz’s bridge.

•Council approved canceling the regularly scheduled council

meetings of Nov. 28 and Dec. 27.

Hopeful Hearts

CW

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Hope United Methodist Church, 83 E.

Columbus St., Canal Winchester, holds its

monthly giveaway of clothing for children

in sizes infant to five the third Saturday of

each month. They also accept donations of

the same sizes and any children’s items in

good repair. Donations can be left at our

side door beside the parking For information

call 614-837-7548 or email us at

hope.in.canal@gmail.com.

Continued from page 1

administrator provides for the day-to-day

management of the city, including directing

and coordination of all city departments.

The city administrator is responsible

for multiple city programs and activities

in accordance with city codes, ordinances

and statutory requirements.

“The mayor is still the leader, but it’s

becoming apparent over time the city

needs that go-to person, like these guys sitting

at this table,” said Mayor Mike Ebert.

Councilwoman Jill Amos said she does

not have a problem with an administrator,

but does have a problem with a full time

mayor and a full time administrator for a

city the size of Canal Winchester.

“Fiscally, I don’t think it’s responsible,”

said Amos. “We go the route of a full time

administrator, we need a part time mayor.

The charter has to be reviewed prior to

that decision being made.”

The salary range for the administrator

position is a minimum hourly rate of

$48.30 and maximum hourly rate of

$70.46. While funds were budgeted for the

position, they cannot be expended until the

city administration position is approved by

council.

Impacting the discussions were concerns

about the mayor’s salary if an

administrator is hired and job duties if the

mayor becomes a part time position.

“If we’re paying this person (mayor)

$20,000 to $30,000 a year, what are the

expectations?” asked Councilwoman

Laurie Amick, who asked for job descriptions

for both part time and full time

mayor positions.

When it came time to vote on moving

the three ordinances on to full council for

first readings, all three were tabled.

Cemetery news

Council is considering accepting a quitclaim

deed at 300 Winchester Road, which

is the site of the Field of Honor Cemetery.

“The current owner/operator wants to

cease operations,” said Public Service

Director Matt Peoples. “By state law, we

have to acquire that property because it’s

in the corporation limits. There are four

parcels out there–the Union Grove

Cemetery, which we already own; the Field

of Honor, which is the cemetery out front;

the mausoleum is its own separate parcel

and they’re still working through ownership.”

Peoples expects a similar ordinance for

the mausoleum in a future meeting. The

remaining parcel was given by the owners

to a Vietnam Veterans organization that

maintains the property.


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Clubs expand students’ horizons

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By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Students at Winchester Trail Elementary School

have many opportunities to go beyond the classroom in

working on Leader in Me skills, including using a pole

and fishing line.

Third grade teacher Stephen Lemieux updated the

Canal Winchester Board of Education during its Nov.

21 meeting about club and opportunities available to

3rd to 5th grade students, including a fishing club, student

council, math club, news crew, yearbook club, café

recycling, and lunch with leaders.

“There are many more in the works,” said Lemieux.

“We started student council this year (and) everyone in

the building has the opportunity to be a morning

announcement reader.”

Members of the fishing club–who were nominated

by their teachers–honed their fishing skills this past

spring for eight weeks and then celebrated with a May

14 event at ponds where bass, blue gills and other

native Ohio fish were plentiful.

“Students took the skills they learned in the club

and caught hundreds of fish,” said Lemieux. “A lot of

great memories were made. It offered them an opportunity

to connect with younger and older peers across

the building. Fishing is a unique activity in how it can

provide a release for people in many ways.”

Lemieux said the club had two goals–to provide

students with an opportunity to learn alongside peers

of different ages and afford them the skills to fish on

their own.

“After our culminating event, the students got to

take home all of the equipment,” Lemieux said. “This

is just one of the awesome clubs at Winchester Trail.”

Board member Monika Talley said she loves how

Winchester Trail’s clubs and activities have gotten off

the ground. She said with such organizations, there is

no excuse for students to “not find a variety of things

they’re interested in.”

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CW City Council meetings

Canal Winchester City Council meetings are held

on the first and third Monday of every month.

Meetings begin at 7 p.m. The meetings are open to the

public. Council meets in work session at 6 p.m. prior to

each city council meeting to discuss legislative items

and other issues of the city prior to being included on

a city council agenda. The first work session of the

month focuses on finance/economic development items

and the second monthly work session focuses on service/safety

items. While each work session includes specific

areas of focus, other items may be brought before

council as needed.

CW school board meetings

The Canal Winchester Board of Education meets on

the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Canal

Winchester Education Center, 100 Washington St. on

the second floor in room 204/206. The public is welcome

to attend.

2022

Nov. 26 & 27

Dec. 17 & 18

2023

Jan. 28 & 29

Feb. 25 & 26

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Obetz City Council

The Obetz Council meets the second

and fourth Mondays of each month at 6

p.m. in the Council Chambers at 4175

Alum Creek Drive, Obetz, to review and

pass legislation and hear concerns from

the residents. If the meeting date occurs on

a holiday, the regular meeting is held on

the next Tuesday following the holiday.

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Actors save this mediocre film

The potential to be entertained abounds

when there are impending nuptials, especially

when the life milestone is explored

through the lens of books, cinema, or on the

small screen.

The Reel Deal

For centuries, these

matrimonial events

have showcased genuine

and heartfelt

expressions of love,

mined the dynamics of

a dysfunctional family,

and have descended

Dedra into the realm of

absurdity with

Cordle bizarre plots that

revolve around

romantic rivals stealing the faces or bodies

of the bride as they prepare for their big

day. However the topic of a wedding is chosen

to be explored, chances are they are

going to be quite fun to witness through

this fictional lens and the latest film to

delve into the creatively inspiring world is

no exception.

In Prime Video’s new original movie,

“The People We Hate at the Wedding,” the

exploration of the event leans heavily on

the comedic side of the aisle but there is a

strong focus on the dynamics of a dysfunctional

family. What results is a mostly

humorous and occasionally charming look

at some unlikeable characters doing

unlikeable things as they try to resolve

their differences as the wedding of a once

dearly loved sister approaches.

At the center of this saga is the relationship

between siblings Alice (Kristen Bell),

Paul (Ben Platt) and their half-sister Eloise

(Cynthia Addai-Robinson). Sharing the

same mother, Donna (Allison Janney), the

trio had a tight bond throughout childhood

— this is despite the fact that Eloise spends

half the year in England with her father,

Henrique (Isaach De Bankole) — but it

slowly started to unravel when Alice and

Paul started to notice the wealth disparity

between their respective families.

Although they have always tried to maintain

some warmth toward their half-sister,

Alice and Paul eventually grew to resent

Eloise for her “ostentatious displays of

wealth, her haughty manner, and her meddling

in their lackluster jobs and lives.”

Like most mothers, all Donna wants is

for her children to get along, which is why

she is beyond ecstatic when she learns

Eloise is getting married. “It will be a

chance for all of my kids to come together

and repair their relationship,” she says.

For her part, Eloise feels the same way,

hoping this event will be a catalyst for

reconnection. For their part, Alice and Paul

want nothing to do with this wedding, with

their sister, and frankly, with their mother

who they feel has moved on too fast from

the death of their father. Naturally, the

duo end up going, mostly because it is an

all-expense paid trip to London. But that

does not mean they are going to like it, nor

does it mean they are going to be wellbehaved

on their travels abroad.

It is a good thing that almost all of the

actors in “The People We Hate at the

Wedding” are so charismatic because the

characters they play are often unlikeable

and they act out in ways that are hard to

sympathize with. Now, that is not to say

that every book or film or television show

has to have likeable characters at its center,

but it sometimes makes for a harder

read or watch when you are squirming

with second hand embarrassment over the

things they do or the things they say.

The very fact that the audience can, at

times, feel sorry for the characters is

another testament to the skill and charm of

the actors, but it does bring up some issues

with the script. Although wickedly sharp at

times, the story that was adapted by Lizzy

Molyneux-Logelin and Wendy Molyneux by

a novel from Grant Ginder does not delve

too deeply into the motivations of the characters

so we cannot fully embrace their acts

of rebellion. At times, it just feels too bratty

and unjustified — which I suppose can be a

form of entertainment if the mood hits just

right.

Not everyone can enjoy watching films

that are filled with awkward moments —

director Claire Scanlon has a true talent

for staging the most cringe-worthy scenes —

but I think those who can tolerate it will

find some form of enjoyment from “The

People We Hate at the Wedding.” Not

everything they do hits, and some of the

more sincere and dramatic moments feel

out of place, but it will make you laugh,

and smile, and thank a deity that your

immediate family is not like theirs. And if

it is, well, try to turn that dynamic into a

book or a script because some people would

really enjoy it.

Grade: C+

Dedra Cordle is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

A short history of the Madison Township Police

This is the 50th year of the Madison

Township Police Department serving and

protecting the community. To celebrate,

here’s a look back on the last five decades

on the strides made in police work.

The Madison Township Trustees

approved the creation of the police department

on Nov. 9, 1971. Soon after the resolution

passed, the department was established

and put into service in January 1972 and

operated out of the old Madison Township

Fire Station on College Street in Groveport.

The first operating budget of the

Madison Township Police Department was

$130,000 per year. This covered salaries,

cruiser maintenance, equipment, training,

and the daily operations of the force. The

department began with nine full-time officers

and 13 reserve officers – three of

whom were women.

In 1995 the department moved its headquarters

from the College Street fire station

to the Madison Township complex on

Hamilton Road. Throughout the last 50

years the department has had a DARE officer,

a K-9 unit, and a detective bureau,

among other programs.

There are now 17 sworn officers on the

Madison Township Police

force who have committed

to serve and protect

the community like their

predecessors before

them. Today’s officers

are equipped with ballistic

vests and helmets,

tasers, new duty

weapons, rigorous training,

body-worn and cruiser-mounted

cameras, and updated vehicles.

The Madison Township Police

Department has placed two School

Resource Officers (SRO) in local school districts.

Since 2019 one officer has been dedicated

to the Groveport Madison School

District, and is working closely with the

Groveport Police Department.

A new SRO position was established in the

Canal Winchester Local School District

where a Madison Township officer will work

in tandem with the Fairfield County Sheriff’s

Deputy currently serving there. These officers

are specially trained and chosen for service

in school buildings. They facilitate student

and staff safety and investigations, and

provide security for those on the campuses.

Photo courtesy of Ernie Bell

A Madison Township police cruiser from around 1985.

“I feel honored to be the Madison

Township police chief during this milestone

of 50 years of service to Madison

Township,” said Madison Township Police

Chief Gary York. “I’m hopeful that our core

values and commitment to service will lead

the next generation of officers for another

50 years, and beyond.”

“We are excited about the future of the

Madison Township Police Department,” said

Madison Township Trustee Michele Reynolds.

“As the community continues to grow, so does

the need for quality policing and enhanced

public safety. The Madison Township Police

Department is committed to innovating and

expanding to meet our residents’ needs in this

ever changing environment.”


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Messenger photo by Theresa Garee

The Obetz Church of the Nazarene choir sang songs of the holiday season at last

year’s Obetz Christmas Kickoff event in Lancaster Park.

Obetz celebrates the season

The city of Obetz will hold its annual

Christmas Kickoff on Dec. 9 in Lancaster

Park beginning at 6 p.m. The event

includes the tree lighting ceremony, photos

with Santa, ice skating, plus hot chocolate

and cookies.

Other Obetz Christmas events

•Santa’s Neighborhood Drive will be

Dec. 17 at 5 p.m. Santa, Mrs. Claus, and

their reindeer will visit every residential

street in Obetz.

•The light display in downtown Obetz

will begin in December and remain up

through the holidays.

CW Breakfast with Santa

On Dec. 10, Canal Winchester hosts its

Breakfast with Santa at the Community

Center, 45 E. Waterloo St., Canal

Winchester.

Two breakfast sessions will be offered.

The first session will take place from 8:30-

10 a.m.; the second session will run from

10:30 a.m. to noon.

Each $5 ticket admits one adult or child

for breakfast (children under one year old

are free but still require a ticket). Children

will also receive a gift bag and visit with

Santa. Bring a camera for pictures.

Tickets may be purchased on the city of

Canal Winchester website while supplies

last. Only 100 tickets are available for each

session. Create your online account in

advance to expedite the checkout process.

All proceeds from Breakfast with Santa

benefit Canal Winchester Human Services’

Adopt-A-Family program. Thank you to

•Lighted Christmas figures and other

decorations will be on display throughout

Lancaster Park and Veterans Park.

•The Historic Church Light Display will

begin in December and remain up through

the holidays.

•Holiday Lights Contest - Mayor

Angela Kirk and Obetz City Council will

visit every street in Obetz so make sure

your lights are on all evening. No registration

is required. Every decorated home in

Obetz is eligible. There will be multiple

winners in several categories.

Olivia Hammond of ERA Real Solutions

Realty and Diley Ridge Medical Center for

supporting this event. Visit canalwinchesterohio.gov

for information.

Heritage Holiday

Groveport hosts its Heritage Holiday on

Dec. 4 from 3-6 p.m. in Heritage Park, 551

Wirt Road in Groveport. Santa Claus will

arrive with Mayor Lance Westcamp on a

Madison Township fire truck at 3 p.m.

There will be musical performances by

Wade & Darr from 3-4:15 p.m. and Mora &

Dalton from 4:30-5:30 p.m. The Groveport

Madison Area Community Choir will perform

from 5:30-6 p.m. and the annual tree

lighting will be at 6 p.m.

There will also be hayrides around Palm

Pond, face painting, iceless skating rink,

ice carvings, kids’ crafts, food trucks, free

beverages and cookies from The Paddock

Pub, and kids can visit with Santa Claus

in the log house.


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It’s that most wonderful

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

time of the year!

CW’s Christmas in the

Village and Lockbourne’s

Christmas Hop

The first weekend of December is a busy

time for Santa, his elves and residents in

Lockbourne and Canal Winchester as

Christmas arrives and celebrations begin.

Lockbourne’s Christmas Hop

On Dec. 4, Lockbourne rings in the holidays

with a Christmas Hop from 4-7 p.m.

“Our village is going to have a busy holiday

season this year,” said Lockbourne

Deputy Administrator Kendall Collins.

“We are kicking off the event with a horse

drawn carriage ride for only $5. The carriage

will tour our beautifully decorated

village streets. We are also offering a complimentary

hot chocolate bar with all the

fixings–marshmallows, caramel, candy

canes, everything.”

Santa is handing out gifts to children in

the village’s Historical Hall, 206 Vause St.,

and three churches are opening their doors

to visitors with free snacks or something

unique to their space.

“We will have live music for the

Spiritual Echoes, who will be performing

during the event and helping with carols

during the village Christmas Tree

Lighting, which ends the night,” said

Collins. “Kid’s crafts and other activities

will also be available at no charge.”

Collins said the Christmas Hop is an

annual event that brings the community

together during the holiday season, along

with improving the morale of residents and

bringing new guests to Lockbourne.

The event is funded through donations

from Rediscover Lockbourne and is held

rain or shine. The only activity impacted

by the weather is the wagon ride in the

event of a heavy snow, which could injure

the animals.

CW’s Christmas in the Village

In Canal Winchester, a new iceless

skating rink greets visitors to Christmas in

the Village on Dec. 2-3 from 6-9 p.m.

According to city spokesperson Hannah

Woodruff, the rink will be located in the

parking lot behind Canal Winchester City

Hall and Shade’s. Skates will be provided

and it is free to participate.

“Also new this year is Santa’s location —

after lighting the tree each night, Santa

will move into the Interurban Depot (16

Towing Path) to visit with kids,” said

Woodruff. “Visitors can line up on the sidewalk

that extends behind Barrel & Boar.”

The new community center is hosting

an annual holiday bazaar and model train

display that was previously located in the

Frances Steube Community Center.

Santa’s reindeer are temporarily taking

up residence in the green space while live

ice sculpting sparkles in Stradley Park.

Children are invited to ride the holiday

trolley from the community center to

downtown and the Historical Complex

located at Oak and North High streets.

“The Brockstrong Light Up The Night

Holiday Lights Parade will be Saturday

evening,” said Woodruff. “Neighborhood

floats, businesses, families, and even Santa

will all make appearances. The parade

departs at approximately 5:30 p.m. from X

Church and will follow the same route as

last year, passing through Cherry

Landing, Winchester Village, and arriving

downtown for the tree lighting at 6 p.m.”

Santa will also follow a short route

Friday evening before arriving downtown

to light the tree.

South High Street will be closed

between Waterloo and Columbus streets

during Christmas in the Village. Towing

Path and Warehouse Alley will also be

closed for safety reasons. Additional roadways

will be closed temporarily during the

parade.

Public parking lots are available near

Stradley Park, the municipal pool, and

behind city hall. Street parking is available

throughout the downtown area.

The North Pole does not close when it

snows and Woodruff pointed out neither

does Christmas in the Village, which takes

place rain, shine, or snow.

Lights will be glowing at the Canal

Winchester Historical Complex as a

Storybook Christmas is celebrated with a

Polar Express theme.

“Each year we choose a different storybook

theme, eventually rotating through

then again,” said event organizer Jill

Amos. “Polar Express allowed us to utilize

the train and embrace that magic of believing.”

Forty volunteers help bring the theme

to life with activities including a train display,

hot chocolate bar, dance on the train,

crafts at the schoolhouse, and an interactive

photo booth.

Food and market vendors, tree presale

and live wreath sale are also part of the

holiday celebration. Society members gain

early access at 5 p.m. to historical complex

activities.

“Christmas in the Village has become a

family tradition for so many visitors,” said

Woodruff. “Although several of the activities

can be found year after year, the city is

excited to offer new attractions to keep visitors

coming back for more. It is also a

great opportunity for us to partner with

other groups and organizations to provide

a free, fun activity for the community. It’s

not often you can do so much without paying

a dollar, and we are happy to provide

that to our residents.”


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Our Family Caring For Yours

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Staff Writer

The Obetz Planning and Zoning

Commission discussed parcels at Alum

Creek Drive and Lindsay Road on Nov. 9.

The parcels are the southern part of the

Sheetz development. Currently, the majority

of the sites are zoned planned commercial

and are part of the Walnut Creek

Center. The southern part of the site is

divided into two different zoning districts.

The low density residential district, which

includes two parcels on Lindsay Road. The

car wash is zoned general commercial district.

The engineering has been updated, completed,

and approved by City Engineer

Mike Corbitt and Utilities Engineer Todd

Garwick. Looking at the site plan, the car

wash has been removed to make room for a

stormwater basin to the south. Skilken-

Gold has done all the traffic controls,

requested the extra outdoor seating, and

the additional landscaping.

The original site plan that was

approved remains in effect. The rezoning of

these parcels to Planned Commercial

District, which is the same district to the

north, is all that needs to happen now.

4129 Orchard Lane variance

A variance request has been applied for

a lot at the corner of Orchard Lane and

Recreation Trail. The landowner wants to

extend fencing past the corner of the

house. The owner wants the fence “to be

able to let my dog out to run around the

yard.” She doesn’t want a privacy fence

“because that’s the reason I have the trees

and the bushes there.”

1652 Lisle Avenue

compliance extension request

Property owner Josh Brown has applied

for a variance for 1652 Lisle Avenue to be

able to keep his graveled driveway. The

existing gravel driveway was expanded

Eastland-Fairfield open house

Students interested in attending or

learning more about the programs offered

at Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical

Schools are invited to the district’s annual

open house on Dec. 1 from 6-8 p.m.

Eastland Career Center and Fairfield

Career Center will open their doors to

prospective students and their families,

and anyone interested in enrolling in the

Eastland-Fairfield school district through

its programs. All programs at Eastland or

Fairfield Career Center will have their labs

open for tours and staff will answer questions.

Plan to visit the career center that is

the home of your programs of interest.

These satellite programs will be on hand

at Eastland Career Center for those interested

in applying: Marketing & Logistics

Management, Teaching Professions, and

Multimedia. Open House is open to students

of all ages, though it is highly

encouraged for high school students in

their freshman, sophomore, or junior years.

without a permit, encompassing a large

portion of the backyard and is used for

parking vehicles. City officials said he

either needed to blacktop or concrete it.

Brown said he’s willing to work with the

city to figure out what he has versus what

is allowed.

Mayor Angela Kirk said, “There hasn’t

been anything done on the property.

There’s not been any gravel moved, there

hasn’t been anything planted. There’s not

been anything done at all.”

Community Services Director Stacey

Boumis said, “He doesn’t want to do anything

until spring. But, we have written

him up for code violations. He applied for a

variance to keep the gravel. The Planning

and Zoning Commission said, “no.” My

opinion is the planning commission was

generous with giving him an extension. If

you don’t give any additional extension,

because really it’s starting to cross over.

What is the role of the planning commission

versus the role of code enforcement? It

will get back to code enforcement and then

we’ll handle it through the code enforcement

route. You won’t have to worry about

it coming back again for a possible extension

because I can tell you if it goes to

court, it’s going to get plenty of extensions

on its own. So, if we take this to enforcement

in a couple of weeks, they’re going to

get it until spring anyway. At this point, if

you give it until spring and nothing happens,

at least we get it into the court system,

so then there is that court order compelling

an action.”

Kirk said, “If we give him until spring

and he doesn’t do it in the spring, then we

are starting back over at square one. And

at six four-month extensions because of the

court process.”

The Planning and Zoning Commission

voted against giving an extension.

Adult education options will be on display

at both campuses, courtesy of EFCTS

Adult Workforce Development. If high

school seniors or other family members are

interested in adult programming, visit our

staff on site for information. Visit

www.EastlandFairfield.com/OpenHouse

for information.

Library School Help Centers

The Columbus Metropolitan Library’s

School Help Centers for grades K-12 open

Aug. 22 with staff and volunteers ready to

help. These after-school spaces give your

students access to technology, resources and

the library’s catalog of books and materials.

Visit columbuslibrary.org/school-help.

Library School Help Centers are:

Canal Winchester Branch, 115

Franklin St., Canal Winchester. Monday-

Thursday from 3:30-6:30 p.m. and Friday

from 3-6 p.m.

South High Branch, 3540 S. High St.,

Columbus. Monday-Thursday from 3:30-

6:30 p.m. and Friday from 3-6 p.m.


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CW gets $2 million grant

The city of Canal Winchester received a

$2 million traffic safety grant towards the

construction of Gender Road Phase VI.

Safety improvements include installing

a sidewalk and reconfiguring the U.S. 33

ramp to facilitate pedestrian travel across

the interchange. The complete project is

estimated to cost $3.4 million.

This grant comes as Governor Mike

DeWine and Ohio Department of

Transportation Director Dr. Jack

Marchbanks announced details on $121

million in new traffic safety projects

planned for Ohio. The grants, awarded

through ODOT’s Highway Safety

Improvement Program, will support 50

projects in 32 counties across the state.

“This is just the next step towards

enhancing the Gender Road corridor,” said

Canal Winchester Mayor Mike Ebert. “We

have spent years reconfiguring the area to

match the city’s growing needs. Previous

phases improved pedestrian safety on the

south end of Gender Road with new multiuse

paths. Now we will be able to extend

that across Route 33.”

City administration, with the assistance

of contracted engineer firm EMH&T,

applied for the grant in August. In addition

to the safety improvements, construction

plans also call for the addition of a dedicated

turn lane from northbound Gender

Road to the eastbound U.S. 33 ramp, and a

dedicated turn lane from northbound

Gender Road to a reconfigured westbound

U.S. 33 ramp.

“This project will not only improve

pedestrian safety for those crossing over

U.S. 33 but will also improve traffic flow on

northbound Gender Road with the addition

of the turn lanes,” said Canal Winchester

Public Service Director Matt Peoples.

Gender Road Phase VI design work will

begin in 2023 with construction beginning

in 2024.

CW snow removal

The city of Canal Winchester is committed

to providing safe, accessible streets

during inclement weather and encourages

residents and businesses to do their part by

clearing sidewalks.

The city’s street department works to

keep local streets clear and passable

before, during, and after a snow event by

using a brine solution, salting, and plowing.

During a season, crews have applied

upwards of 8,000 gallons of brine solution

and as many as 750 tons of salt.

The city’s policy for snow and ice

removal begins with arterial streets such

as Gender Road, Columbus Street, High

Street, Washington Street, and Waterloo

Street. Removal of snow and ice from arterial

streets is followed by major streets

within subdivisions, secondary streets

within subdivisions, cul-de-sacs, alleys,

and then parking lots. Streets are cleared

curb-to-curb to provide easier access for

emergency vehicles and to prevent icedamming,

as well as to allow for proper

gutter drainage.

Removal of plowed snow in the downtown

area occurs when snowfall exceeds

eight inches and only after all other

removal activities are complete.

During a snow event, a bulk of Canal

Winchester streets are maintained by

street department staff, often working 12-

hour shifts until snow and ice removal is

complete.

Some local roadways, however, may fall

within the jurisdiction of county or township

service and engineering departments.

For questions regarding which jurisdiction

plows and maintains your road, contact the

Street Department at 614-524-0163.

Keeping sidewalks clear of snow and ice

is the responsibility of property owners.

Help make sidewalks around your residence

or business safer by shoveling a path

around your property in a timely manner

each time there is snow accumulation.

Cleared sidewalks also assist our local

police, fire, and EMS during emergencies.

Additional ways residents can help in

the snow removal process include:

•Do not shovel snow onto streets, alleys,

or bike paths.

•Shovel snow into small piles instead of

large piles. Small piles will melt quicker

and are less likely to develop into dangerous

ice banks.

•Clear snow around mailboxes, fire

hydrants, and dumpsters.

•Do not crowd the plow or get between

plow trucks when crews are tandem plowing.

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Avoid parking on streets or blocking the

end of driveways during snowy or icy conditions.

•Help neighbors in need who may be

elderly, sick, disabled, or unable to shovel

for any reason.

Visit www.canalwinchesterohio.gov for

the city’s full snow removal policy.

Lockbourne Council

Lockbourne Village Council meets the

second and fourth Mondays of each month

at 7 p.m. at the Lockbourne Municipal

Building, 85 Commerce St., Lockbourne.

Hamilton school board

Hamilton Local Board of Education

meetings are held at 6 p.m. at the

Hamilton Local Education Center, 775

Rathmell Road, Columbus. For information

on meeting dates visit www.hamiltonlocal.k12.oh.us.

Barber Museum

The National Barber Museum in Canal

Winchester is located at 135 Franklin St.

(behind the former CW High School building).

The museum, housed in approximately

5,000 square feet, showcases art, artifacts,

and memorabilia from decades of the barbering

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promise to do my best to represent our communities

in a responsible, responsive, and effective

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The National Trade Association

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classifieds. Determining

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some advertisers do

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