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April 13, 2011
Hilliard City Council announces appointments Continued from page A1 ley-Davis will serve three-year terms; Ed Cheshire, Jonathan Hsu, Bev Marsh and Michele Pershing will serve two-year terms; and Michael Buckley and Allan Gardner will serve one-year terms. Three people were reappointed to the EDC — Rod Baesman of Baesman Printing Corp., Spencer Jacobs of Scioto Valley, and Mike Smith of Verizon. Wayne Orchowski of BMW Financial Services was named as a replacement. Kelly Darrow of The Laurels of Hilliard, Brett Febus of Insource Spend Management Group and economist William Henderson were also appointed. Their terms will begin May 11 and continue through 2015. Council will discuss whether to appoint Libby Gierach, Todd Lewandoski and David Mor at next week’s economic and community development committee meeting. The EDC can have five to 11 members. Council also approved a resolution authorizing an increase of $125,000 in legal services to Schottenstein, Zox and Dunn Co. for the Triangle Project. Law director Pamela Fox said four right-of-way acquisitions remain unsettled.
Coming up Continued from page A4 pancakes, French toast, milk, coffee and orange juice. The cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children. Carryout available. “A Garden Affair,” presented by the Hilliard Area Garden Club, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday April 19, at the Hilliard Community Senior Center, 3810 Veterans Memorial Drive. Author Scott Zanon will present “Desirable Trees for the Midwest” at 7 pm. Exhibitors include Chadwick Arboretum, Com-Til, Twin Sycamores, Amity Abloom, ODNR, Columbus Garden Railway Society and others. This event is open to the public – door prizes and refreshments will be provided. Contact Patti Aronhalt at (614) 560-3978.
Also at the meeting, director of public service Butch Seidle anA closer look nounced that an open burn to establish the Hilliard Community Garden would be rescheduled to Also at the meeting, direc10 a.m. April 19 or 20. The con- tor of public service Butch trolled burn would be at a water Seidle announced that an tower north of the Estates of Hoff- open burn to establish the man Farms, west of Cosgray Road Hilliard Community Garden and southwest of Homestead Park. would be rescheduled to 10 The burn would also serve as a a.m. April 19 or 20. The training exercise for the Norwich controlled burn would be at Township Fire Department in fight- a water tower north of the ing field fires. Estates of Hoffman Farms, Prior to the council meeting, the west of Cosgray Road and public safety and legal affairs committee moved an ordinance on to southwest of Homestead council to allow pushcarts and Park. The burn would also serve as a training exercise pushcart vendors in some parks. Hilliard Police Chief Doug for the Norwich Township Francis also presented the com- Fire Department in fighting mittee his department’s annual re- field fires. port and discussed reviving a reHe said that retired officers have serve police unit. Francis said the 20-member unit would be volun- expressed an interest in serving tary, and would be useful on oc- on the unit, as have graduates of the Citizen Police Academy. casions like July 4.
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