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COFFEE WITH COUNCIL: Public Outreach Meetings
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|Sat. February 27
||Tim Hortons - 365 Agler Road
|Thur. May 26
||Donatos - 1391 E. Johnstown Road
|Sat. August 27
||Panera - 91 N. Hamilton Road
|Sat. November 19
||Starbucks - N. Hamilton Road
Coffee with Council Response Action Outcomes
2015 Meeting Notes
The Gahanna Division of Police, Mifflin Township Division of Fire and the Ohio Addiction Recovery Center have teamed up to educate Gahanna middle school students and their parents about the dangers of drug abuse.
In an effort to enhance the website user experience, the City of Gahanna has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP). Qualified firms are encouraged to apply. The deadline for all proposals is November 21 by 5 p.m.
The street infiltration project will begin on September 20th at which time the roadway will be closed to through traffic. For more information, click here.
zulily, the online retailer obsessed with bringing customers special finds every day, today announced the next phase of its expansion in the Columbus, Ohio area.
zulily has invested $1.3 million, adding to its collective capital investment of $30 million in the Columbus Region, and has expanded its existing Gahanna operations to support its rapid growth.
On November 8, Gahanna Citizens will have an opportunity to not only select our next President of the United States, but to vote on nine (9) proposed charter amendments. Any approved charter change will take effect January 1, 2017.