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 Oct. 2, 2014 Meeting of Clintonville Area Commission

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The agenda for the October 2, 2014 meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission is attached below.


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Agenda for Sept. 30, 2014 Zoning & Variance Committee Meeting

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The agenda for the September 30, 2014 meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission's Zoning & Variance Committee is attached below along with the 3 applications appearing on the agenda.


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icon 4700 N High Street Zoning Variance Application

icon 368 E. Dunedin Road -- Garage

icon 5160 N High Street rezoning application 09-02-2014 -- Moo Moo Car Wash


DRAFT Minutes from September 4, 2014 CAC Meeting

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Attached below are the DRAFT minutes from the September 4, 2014 meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission.  The draft minutes are subject to revision before approval.


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Community Meeting Regarding The Olympic Postponed

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The community meeting regarding the plans for The Olympic mixed-use redevelopment at 3450 Indianola Avenue is postponed indefinitely.

The community meeting was discussed at the September 4 Commission meeting. Earlier this week, some announcements stated that the community meeting would be held September 23. However, a meeting on that date was never confirmed.

The developers of The Olympic are taking time to evaluate all site development options including revisions to plan presented at the September 2 Zoning & Variance Committee meeting. Consequently, the developers will not be ready to participate in a community meeting on September 23, and they will not submit their re-zoning application for the Commission’s consideration at the Commission’s next regularly scheduled meeting on October 2.

The Olympic developers have informed the Commission that they agree that greater community dialogue will benefit everyone. They intend to work with the Commission to organize a community dialogue prior to the Commission considering the re-zoning application.



The Commission will timely announce any future meetings regarding The Olympic. 

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