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03/13/2019

Powell Housing Study to Help Guide Decisions

Powell will treat housing study as guide, not edict

03/13/2019

Liberty Township Replies to Powell Request

Liberty Township ‘working on’ Powell’s records requests

03/13/2019

Hilliard Housing Proposal Delayed to April

Updated: Alton Place development won’t be considered by Hilliard officials until April 11

03/13/2019

Hilliard Considering Council Replacement

Hilliard City Council will choose from among five to replace Albert Iosue

03/13/2019

Grandview Development to Include Senior Apartments

Grandview’s slice of split development will start to rise this year

03/13/2019

NW Columbus Delays Due to Apartment Concerns

NWCA: Reed Road project vote delayed again

03/13/2019

Dublin Working on Agreement for 79 Acres with OSU

Tweaks sought in deal for Ohio State Wexner outpatient medical center

03/13/2019

Pickerington Picks New Council Member

Jaclyn Rohaly appointed to Pickerington City Council

03/13/2019

Route 33 Improvements Considered

Route 33 is on MORPC priority list once funding becomes available

03/13/2019

Groveport to Add 600 Jobs

The Gap will add 600 jobs to its Groveport workforce

03/11/2019

Constructing a community

BIA Trades at the Parade took place Friday, March 8 at Evans Farm to give area career center students a first-hand look at the homebuilding process. Nearly 150 students represented four surrounding trade schools.

03/06/2019

New Albany Active Senior Housing Opening

New Albany’s senior-housing developments taking form

03/06/2019

Powell and Liberty Township Tensions

UPDATED: Powell leaders to Liberty Township trustees: Let’s meet face to face

03/06/2019

Delaware Considers Annexation

Delaware weighs costs, perks of annexing Berlin Township plot

03/06/2019

Olentangy Watershed Mapping Plan Concluding

Green-space plan in works to help preserve Olentangy River watershed

03/06/2019

Northland Approves Rezonings

Rezonings earn OK from Northland Community Council development panel

02/26/2019

Canal Winchester Adds Tree Requirements

Canal Winchester code changes require more trees -- at developers’ expense

02/26/2019

Hilliard Applications Received for Council Seat

Seven seek Albert Iosue’s seat on Hilliard City Council

02/26/2019

Development Commission Next for Subdivision Proposal

Far West Area Commission rejects 1,000-home development proposal south of Hilliard

02/26/2019

Grove City’s Beulah Park Phase One to Include Condos and Apartments

Beulah Park project nears starting gate

02/26/2019

New Albany Expanding Business Park

New Albany adding 357.2 acres to its business park

02/26/2019

Powell Study Calls for More Apartments

The city of Powell has unveiled a study commissioned through a market-analysis firm that details the types of housing and commercial developments the city needs.

02/26/2019

Housing Starts Down 11.2 Percent in December; Post Yearly Gain

Housing starts fell 11.2 percent in December to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.08 million units, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Commerce Department that was delayed due to the partial government shutdown.

02/19/2019

Lack of New Housing Keeps Columbus from Fully Excelling

Business FIrst: Benchmarking Central Ohio: Affordability and youth are advantages against peer cities, but problems persist

02/19/2019

Worthington Senior Plan Tabled

Worthington officials table plans for Stafford Village redevelopment

02/19/2019

Grove City To Consider Residential Proposal

Grove City Council slates Feb. 19 vote on Farmstead land rezoning, annexation

02/19/2019

New Albany Expands Water and Sewer

New Albany adding sewer and water lines to business park

02/19/2019

Hilliard Council II

Albert Iosue’s resignation from Hilliard council leaves vacancy, election uncertainty

02/19/2019

Hilliard May Have Primary for Council

Three Democrats, four Republicans certified to run for Hilliard City Council

02/19/2019

Columbus Civic Association Not In Favor of Subdivision

1,000-home Columbus development south of Hilliard receives negative recommendation

02/19/2019

Hilliard P&Z Gets 340 Acre Mixed Use Plan

Hilliard Planning and Zoning Commission: Alton Place informally introduced, Jerry Spears Funeral Home rejected

02/19/2019

Powell Mixed Use Annexation Considered

Work to annex potential future Powell library site begins

02/14/2019

Large-scale ‘village center’ with housing and mixed-use elements proposed for Hilliard

Alton Place, with an estimated cost of $275 million, would occupy 360 acres at Roberts and Alton Darby Creek roads

02/14/2019

Land trust has potential to create mixed-income neighborhood

Columbus-Franklin County land trust could create true mixed-income neighborhoods by ensuring affordable housing

02/13/2019

Columbus home prices rose 5.1 percent

Most Ohio cities outpaced Columbus last year in home appreciation

02/13/2019

Hilliard Service Director Retires

Updated: Hilliard service director and BIA Citizen of the Year, Butch Seidle will retire

02/13/2019

Columbus Annexation in Hilliard Area Approved

Columbus annexes land for housing development south of Roberts Road, Hilliard

02/12/2019

Worthington Apartments to Open in 2019

Granby Place apartments on Wilson Bridge in Worthington could open by fall

02/12/2019

Grove City Residential Development Hearing Held

Grove City’s Farmstead development: Traffic study, more topics cleared up

02/06/2019

Gahanna Income Tax Returns to Ballot

Gahanna council votes to put tax measure on May ballot

02/06/2019

Columbus Area Commission Changes Upset Some

Area commissioners question proposed changes

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