Village Hall will be closed on Monday, September 4, 2017 in observance of the holiday. Yard waste will be collected on Tuesday, September 5. The holiday will have NO affect on our regular Friday trash or recycling pickup.
Paving work will start on the following streets this Thursday, 6/22, with completion the week of July 3. Street parking may be restricted during the week. PLEASE OBSERVE NO PARKING SIGNS SO WORK MAY GO QUICKLY. Traffic will be maintained and driveways accessible during construction.
CAMBRIDGE from First Ave. to Village Court, CARDIGAN from Cambridge to Roxbury, FERNWOOD, ROXBURY north of Cardigan to Fifth Ave., THIRD AVE. from Arlington to Roxbury, and VILLAGE COURT
On Saturday, April 24, members of Boy Scout Troop 73 and Cub Scout Pack 28 from Boulvard Presbyterian Church and their families and friends mulched the trail in Tarpy Woods. This annual community service project is most appreciated by the Village and all who use the trails.es
The Paul J. Falco Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that it has awarded scholarships for 2017 to the following nine Marble Cliff students: Caleb Akers, Adrienne Bechtel, Camille Day. Claire Fishpaw, Emma Berlin, Gretchen Varner, Madeline Taylor, Matthew Smith, and Molly Smith. Scholarships were awarded based on scholastic achievement, character, extra-curricular activities, and service to school and community.
The scholarship was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco, who served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years, and is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities. Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made.
2017 Scholarship winners (Adrienne Bechtel not pictured) at the high school awards ceremony.
Work is scheduled to start Wednesday April 26 on the Fifth Ave. street improvements. Done as a joint project with the City of Upper Arlington, work includes:
1. Milling and repaving West Fifth Avenue from the railroad tracks east to Andover Road.
2. Constructing a new, 8-10 foot wide, multipurpose/bike path connecting the Scioto Greenway Trail at Dublin Road/West Fifth Avenue to Arlington Avenue where the path will connect to Upper Arlington’s bike boulevard and Marble Cliff’s designated bike route.
3. Narrowing Fifth Avenue by eight feet to accommodate the new multipurpose path. Two lanes of traffic and parking on the north side of the street will be maintained with no loss of parking. All property owners will have access to their driveways during construction.
4. Installing new curbs in Marble Cliff and moving the street lights into the new tree lawn.
Completion date is set for late July.
Fox, coyotes, and other wildlife have been seen in the Village. Don’t leave pet food outdoors, garbage cans uncovered, or pets free to roam. Never put out poisons!
Additional information can be found at this website:
Marble Cliff residents and high school seniors, Georgia Mattingly and Rebecca Jones, have been awarded 2016 Falco Scholarships, according to Jack Kukura, Chair of the Falco Scholarship committee. The scholarship was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco, who served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years, and is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities. Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made. Since 1998, over $81,000 has been awarded to Marble Cliff students.