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CONTACT YOUR 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS


Ward One Stephen A Renner President Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Two Michael Schnetzer   Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Three Brian D. Larick Vice President Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Four Jamie Leeseberg   Term ends: 12/2017
At Large Karen J. Angelou   Term ends: 12/2019
At Large Brian Metzbower   Term ends: 12/2019
At Large Nancy McGregor   Term ends: 12/2019

E-Mail all City of Gahanna Council members at council@gahanna.gov

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Legislative Process & Codified Ordinances

All legislative powers of the City are vested in Council. City Council members exercise their duties by adopting legislation in the form of ordinances or resolutions. While legislation is pending before Council, a draft version is available for review by the public. To view meeting agendas and/or minutes, or search for legislation or bill status please use the City Council’s Legislative Website. For Council Rules of Procedure click here

The Codified Ordinances of the City of Gahanna (complete to March 2015) are available online by clicking here

Coffee with Council -- Public Outreach Meetings: 2016 DATES TBD 

Coffee with Council Response Action Outcomes

2015 Meeting Notes

Department Staff
Kim Banning, CMC
Clerk of Council

Kayla Holbrook
Deputy Clerk of Council
Sharon Montgomery
Records Administrator

Krystal Gonchar
Council Office Assistant

Gypsy Moth Treatment Open House to Take Place at City Hall
1/31/2016

Gypsy Moth Treatment Open House to Take Place at City Hall

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) will host an open house at Gahanna City Hall on February 9, 2016 at 6 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information to residents about aerial treatments of forested areas infested with the Gypsy Moth pest.  Treatment in the area is scheduled to begin mid-May, with a mating disruption disruption in mid-June.

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City to Hire Part-time Marketing and Communications Director to Focus on Economic Development, Branding and Strategic Communications
1/28/2016

City to Hire Part-time Marketing and Communications Director to Focus on Economic Development, Branding and Strategic Communications

Gahanna City Council is considering a recommendation from Mayor Kneeland to create a part-time director of marketing and communications position. As part of Mayor Kneeland's 10-point plan for economic growth and development, the position would focus on increasing the brand recognition of the city in order to aggressively market Gahanna to new and prospective businesses, guide the City in creating an overall marketing strategy, and work to unify and enhance its current overall communications efforts.

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City to Kickoff Decal Design Contest to Increase Awareness about the Dangers of Distracted Driving
1/12/2016

City to Kickoff Decal Design Contest to Increase Awareness about the Dangers of Distracted Driving

The City of Gahanna has joined forces with Impact Teen Drivers, a nonprofit organization committed to ending reckless and distracted driving, to help create awareness about this issue in the community. To help promote this initiative, the City will kick-off  a distraction-free driving decal design contest.

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Mayor's Court Releases 2016 Unclaimed Funds List
1/6/2016

Mayor's Court Releases 2016 Unclaimed Funds List

The Gahanna Mayor's Court has released its list of unclaimed funds for 2016. Per ORC 1901.31, payees have until April 1, 2016 to claim funds or they will be declared unclaimed. For a list of unclaimed funds, click here

  

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Gahanna's New Mayor Looks to Improve Community Engagement, Bolster Economy
1/6/2016

Gahanna's New Mayor Looks to Improve Community Engagement, Bolster Economy

Newly elected Gahanna Mayor Tom Kneeland pointed to three key areas he wants to improve this year: economic growth and business development, resident engagement and transparency, and improving efficiency and reducing costs.

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