Rebecca Stinchcomb, Mayor of Gahanna
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Gahanna Mayor Becky Stinchcomb was featured as a guest columnist in ThisWeek Community News. She recently announced that she won't seek re-election next year. Mayor Stinchcomb has served as the city's mayor for more than 12 years, following 10 years of serving on Gahanna City Council. Her current term will end Jan. 2, 2016.
The Service Department has approved multiple lane closures on N Hamilton Rd @ Silver Ln for median and utility work. The first closure will be from July 28th through August 1st. One northbound and one southbound lane will be closed and remain closed for the duration of the week. The second closure will be from August 4th through August 7th. One southbound lane will be closed and remain closed each day from 9am-3pm. Click here to view a map detailing the lane closures.
Following Monday night’s severe storm that knocked out power to thousands of people in central Ohio, Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo has reminded residents that a property value break of up to 50 percent may be available to owners of damaged properties which will create a tax break.
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.
Mosquito season is officially in full-swing. The City of Gahanna has contracted with Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) for mosquito control this year. FCPH uses an Integrated Pest Management approach with a public health focus to reduce and control disease-carrying mosquitoes.
During mosquito season, Franklin County Public Health will set traps out every Monday night throughout central Ohio and test the mosquitoes on Tuesday for mosquito-borne diseases, such as the West Nile Virus (WNV).
The traffic signal at N. Hamilton Rd. & Beecher Rd. is under repair. Expect longer than usual delays at this intersection over the next few weeks until the repairs have been made. Please use caution when entering this area.
Overtime parking in residential neighborhoods is one of the most common parking complaints received by the Gahanna Police Department (GPD). In the City of Gahanna, there is a maximum of 48 consecutive hours permitted for a vehicle to remain parked on the street. Typically, this is enforced on a complaint generated basis as the officers generally do not know which vehicles in a neighborhood are being driven or not.
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