There's Still Time
Today is the final day to submit comments for the proposed changes to the playground at Heritage Park.
A set of proposed changes to Heritage Park are on display in the lobby of the community center on Cleveland Ave. The panels show ideas from Penchura, Gametime, and Midstates, manufacturers of playground equipment.
If you can’t make it to the community center, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meets this third Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Westerville Community Center. The meeting is open to the public and three-minute citizen comments are the first item on the agenda that will see new members sworn in.
In an earlier edition of The Continuance at the Westerville News:
Ethics and Records
The Westerville City Council at its Tuesday meeting will hold a work session on ethics and public records.
Susan Willeke, of the Ohio Ethics Commission, will lead the discussion about ethics.
Westerville Assistant Law Directors Amanda Plautz and Josh Plieninger will lead the discussion on public records.
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