Clintonville Area Commission

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Welcome to the Clintonville Area Commission
"Committed to the undertaking of the preservation of the values of the community through promotion, implementation and recommendation to city officials."

The CAC was empowered in 1974 by the Columbus City Charter to represent the Clintonville community in the discussion of community concerns. By City Code, the purpose of the CAC is to "...afford additional voluntary citizen participation in the decision making in an advisory capacity and to facilitate communications, understanding and cooperation between neighborhood groups, city officials and developers".


Agenda for July 2, 2015 Commission Meeting

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Attached below is a copy of the agenda for the July 2, 2015 meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission.  As a reminder, the meeting will be held at Beechwold Christian Church on Morse Road.

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June 30, 2015 Zoning & Variance Committee Meeting

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The agenda for the June 30, 2015 meeting of the Commission's Zoning & Variance Committee is attached below, along with the single application to be considered.


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North Broadway & High Postponed Until August

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At the request of the applicant, the Clintonville Area Commission will postpone its consideration of the zoning variance application for North Broadway & High Street until August 6, 2015.




CAC Recruiting New Members for Committees

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The Clintonville Area Commission is recruiting new members for its committees for the 2015-2016 term.  The Commission has three standing committees: Planning & Development, Zoning & Variance, and Election.  Information regarding the standing committees is set forth in the Commission’s bylaws, which are available at  The Commission also has a number of ad hoc committees, including the Safety & Crime Committee and the Historic Preservation Committee.  Members of the committees are volunteers and serve 1-year terms, beginning the first Thursday of August.

The current chairs of the Commission’s committees are: Andrew Overbeck (Planning & Development), Dana Bagwell (Zoning & Variance), Peter Niswander (Election), Jason Meek (Safety & Crime), and Nancy Kuhel (Historic Preservation).

Clintonville residents interested in joining one of the Commission’s committees may submit a letter of interest via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 5 p.m. on Monday, July 13, 2015.  The letter should include the interested person’s mailing address.  Resumes are not necessary but may be submitted.



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