Clintonville Homes Tour

Don’t miss the 35th Annual Clintonville Homes Tour this Sunday from 1-5pm. There are eight homes and one church in the first block of E North Broadway on Tour. Purchase you tickets ahead of time at Weiland’s Market. Or, purchase day-of-tour on the north side of ENB. $15. All proceeds are reinvested in projects in the Clintonville Community. Most recently we’ve granted funds to NCIL, Dominion Middle School Baseball, Whetstone High School Music Room, Indian Springs Reading Room and more. Come Tour and give back.

Blueprint Columbus

Susan Ashbrook, Assistant Director/Sustainability, Columbus Department of Public Utilities, has notified CAC that residents will be receiving soon a mailing called the “Designation Order” which makes the work to be done under Blueprint Columbus official.  We all have been hearing about Blueprint Columbus for about 3 (or more) years.  The project is really going to be happening soon.  According to Susan, there will be some work this fall.  Most work, however, will begin in earnest in Spring 2017.

Please check the folder, “City Reports”, in our “Documents” section to view the mailer documents.  All four begin with the word Blueprint.

If you don’t remember anything about Blueprint or are new to the area, check out the Blueprint



Zoning & Variance Agenda–8/30/2016

Call to order

II. Next meeting October 4, 2016

III. Previous meetings’ minutes

IV. Announcements

V. 232 Blenheim Road: 3332.38(G), garage height from 15’ to 20’

A. Applicant presentation

B. Questions/comment from the commissioner for the district

C. Questions/comment from the committee

D. Public questions/comment

E. Vote

VI. Discussion on proposal to reduce or eliminate CAC involvement in minor garage height


A. Update from the chair

B. Questions/comment from the committee

C. Public questions/comment

September Agenda (Tentative)

7:00 p.m. Call to order by Chair & introduction of commissioners

7:05 p.m. Consideration of prior meeting minutes – Commissioner Cull


7:10 p.m.             Community Update – Isom Nivins

7:20 p.m.             Treasurer’s report – Commissioner Meek

7:25 p.m.             Zoning and Variance Committee Report – Chair Steve Hardwick

7:30 p.m.            Historic Building Committee Report – Melinda Shah

7:50 p.m.             Planning & Development Report – Chair Andrew Overbeck or                                     Justin             Goodwin


8:00 p.m.                        Columbus City Schools

8:05 p.m.                        Experience Columbus – Olivera Bratich

8:10 p.m.                        Clintonville Resource Center – Bill Owens


8:15 p.m.                        Committee Nominations

Technology Committee Report


8:30 p.m. District Reports

8:40 p.m. Public Comments


Upcoming Events:

Sep. 10:            Clintonville Arts & Music Festival – 10 am – 6 pm Whetstone

Sep. 14:            Historic Building Committee Meeting

Sep. 17:            Don Scott OSU Airport Open House – 7:30 am – 2 pm

Sep 18:            Clintonville Homes Tour – 1 to 5 pm

Sep. 27:            Planning & Development Committee Meeting – 7 pm – Clinton Hts.                                     Lutheran Church

October 4:            Zoning & Variance Committee Meeting – 7:30 pm – Clinton Hts.                                                 Lutheran Church

October 6:            Next scheduled Clintonville Area Commission meeting – 7 pm



Tech Support Needed

Clintonville Area Commission is looking for people to support us and our website.  We have posted an RFP for this position in our Documents Library.  Please check it out and feel free to send to any individual or company you may know of that would have interest in the proposal.

Council Charter Review Committee

Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Columbus City Council Accepting Applicants

For Council Charter Review Committee

[COLUMBUS-OH] The time has arrived to review how to best serve the residents of America’s Opportunity City. Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Councilmember Shannon G. Hardin are proud to announce the City is accepting applicants for the Council Charter Review Committee.

“As our city grows, the structure of City Council should be evaluated in a thoughtful, deliberate way to make sure it is meeting the needs of all of our residents,” said Mayor Ginther.

To serve on the Committee, candidates must submit a resume and a narrative of no more than 500 words describing why they want to be on the Committee. Application materials must be accepted and time-stamped by the office of the Columbus City Clerk located in City Hall, room 231, 90 West Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215 by Friday, August 26, at noon. Materials can be submitted by hard copy or emailed to

Only applications from Columbus residents who are not elected officials or City of Columbus employees will be considered.  All applications submitted will be considered public records once accepted to the clerk.

“This review will hear from neighborhoods, examine national best practices, and ultimately facilitate a citywide conversation so that all Columbus residents can have a say in the structure of their city council,” Councilmember Hardin. “This committee will be diverse, inclusive, transparent and, I hope, lead to meaningful change.”

Mayor Ginther and City Council will select members.  The Committee will study the structure of city government and identify opportunities for improvement.

The Committee will be selected by the end of August and begin work immediately. It will convene a minimum of seven public meetings beginning in September and make recommendations to Council by February of 2017. Any recommendations made by the Charter Review Committee to amend the Charter will require a vote of Council and the approval of Columbus voters.

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