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Due to earlier weather conditions, multiple lines and trees are down in the area. Individuals are asked to avoid areas where power lines are down. Drivers are reminded to treat intersections with flashing red lights as a 4-way stop and proceed with caution. Expect longer than usual delays and detours in the impacted areas. City crews are out now working to address these issues.
UPDATE (July 8, 2014): All traffic lights are back in operation. Clotts Rd. remains closed due to trees on power lines. AEP is working to relieve that situation. The Riva Ridge/Venetian area appears to have been the hardest hit. While the roads are passable, our crews are still removing trees from the impacted roadway areas.
The Shops at Rocky Fork Development is a transformative project located at the intersection of Rocky Fork South and Hamilton Road. The private sector, led by Wagenbrenner Company and Courtfield Properties, acquired 12 residential properties and will construct three neighborhood based retail facilities on the site.
The City of Gahanna parks and open spaces are going back to nature with the implementation of Grow Zones through the citys parks and open space system. The latest Gahanna Grow Zone is being introduced to Fleet Run Reserve. The Fleet Run Grow Zone program began in the fall of 2013 and then restarted as the grass growing season began in 2014. Over time, the area will revert to a wooded state and provide numerous environmental benefits as well as a cost savings of more than $2,000 per year.
Gahanna is continuing another year of uni-directional waterline flushing. This is a systematic and controlled procedure that cleans the pipes of the water distribution system. Removal of sediment and stale water maintain the quality and efficiency of the waterlines. Uni-directional flushing is a preventative maintenance technique endorsed and encouraged by the Ohio EPA.