Weekly curbside leaf pick-up is scheduled to begin Monday, October 28 and continue into early December. Vacuuming will be done each Monday (or the next possible day if inclement weather) by the same company, Environmental Management Inc. we have used for the last few years. Please observe the following:
The Tri-Village Rotary Club (Grandview Heights, Upper Arlington, Marble Cliff), is hosting a Candidate Night for Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 in the Grandview Heights High School auditorium from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. All candidates running for mayor, city council, and school board for the two communities have been invited to participate. Click on the following for details of the event: 2019 Candidate Night Flyer.
This event offers a way for residents and business owners to learn about the candidates. Several of the Marble Cliff candidates have agreed to participate. This event is nonpartisan and informational.
There is also a Facebook page for the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/665242963971016/.
Representatives of F2 Companies presented a revised development proposal for 2015 W. Fifth Ave. to Village Council at its March 11, 2019 meeting. The proposed development, being referred to as The Packard at Marble Cliff, would highlight the existing manor house as the central focus of the new residential community. The project would contain no more than 37 units, consisting of a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Additionally, three carriage houses would be built to provide 3 residential units as well as accommodate garage parking. Renovation of the manor house would also contain up to 4 residential units. The first floor of the manor house would provide The Packard residents with common space and amenities. For more information, click on 2015 W Fifth Development Package March 2019.
Council will review the proposal as the first official step for consideration of rezoning the property as a Planned Development District (PDD). A PDD would establish zoning regulations specifically for this property. The rezoning process will include a public hearing at a future meeting of Council where residents will have the opportunity to share their views of the proposal. Notice of this public hearing will be provided to residents.