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Donated farmland could get penned in by buildings

Home Depot proposed at edge of 90 acres

Saturday, January 28, 2006

Jim Woods, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

 

A 90-acre farm donated to the state’s Farmland Preservation Program might soon be in the shadow of a Home Depot and strip shopping center.  If the center is built in Reynoldsburg, the preserved farmland on Waggoner Road south of E. Broad Street will be surrounded by buildings.

 

The Reynoldsburg district recently opened a middle school and is building an elementary school south of the farm.  Limited Brands has warehouses and offices east of it, and a housing subdivision is on the west.

 

Read more at http://dispatch.com/news-story.php?story=dispatch/2006/01/28/20060128-B3-00.html

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From ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 10/5/06:

 

Groundbreaking scheduled Friday for Slate Ridge Plaza

Thursday, October 5, 2006

By TRICIA SYMANSIC

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

A year after Reynoldsburg City Council reluctantly approved a rezoning to allow a prime commercial property along state Route 256 to be divided between condominiums and retail development, the coveted commercial development is nearing fruition. A Wesbanco branch has appeared at the southeast corner of Route 256 and Slate Ridge Boulevard. A groundbreaking for the 23,000-square-foot Slate Ridge Plaza on the south end of the site is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, while the six lots in between are either nearing sale or are slated for developments working their way through the city approval process.

 

Read more at http://www.thisweeknews.com/index.php?sec=reynoldsburg&story=sites/thisweeknews/100506/Reynoldsburg/News/100506-News-236493.html

 

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From the 10/23/06 Dispatch:

 

ThisWeek Reynoldsburg: Streetscape ribbon-cutting event scheduled (10/19/06)

 

PHOTO: Reynoldsburg spent $17 million to upgrade E. Main Street by burying utility lines and adding decorative brick walls and sidewalks, business signs, streetlights, benches, trees and plants.

 

Reynoldsburg spruces up Main Street

$17 million project lured new business, city officials say

Monday, October 23, 2006

Jim Woods

THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

 

Reynoldsburg officials think the city is starting to reap rewards from its $17 million investment to refurbish E. Main Street. Last week, the city celebrated completion of the project, which started in 2003. Most of the $17 million was spent on burying utility lines for the 1.5-mile stretch between Idlewild Drive and City Hall. The makeover also included decorative brick walls and sidewalks, business signs, streetlights, benches, trees and plants.

 

Read more at http://www.dispatch.com/news-story.php?story=dispatch/2006/10/23/20061023-D9-00.html

 

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Ross negotiating for high school site

ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 2/3/07

 

The Reynoldsburg Board of Education has authorized Superintendent Richard Ross to negotiate for 68 acres in northeast Reynoldsburg for use as a potential high school site.

 

The property owner, Summit Place Ltd., proposed a deal with the district for the property on the east side of Summit Street in lieu of a 50-acre site on which the district has initiated eminent domain proceedings.  The district's attorneys have been negotiating with Glen Dugger, an attorney with Smith and Hale, who is representing Summit Place in the eminent domain case.

 

District officials have dismissed prior offers for that site, including one that would have set the district up to sell extra land.

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From ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 2/22/07:

 

Columbus Dispatch: Mayor hopes YMCA brings rec facility to suburb (2/19/07)

 

Council welcomes YMCA proposal

Thursday, February 22, 2007

By TRICIA SYMANSIC

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

The YMCA of Central Ohio would like to open a center in Reynoldsburg, if the city were to chip in on the cost of building the facility, the organization's president said. "We have had an interest in Reynoldsburg for a long time," said John E. Bickley, president and chief executive officer of the nonprofit YMCA of Central Ohio.

 

Mayor McPherson has met with representatives of the YMCA twice and invited Bickley to council's community development committee on Monday. Councilman Preston Stearns, along with other members, said he wanted to begin exploring the idea and that he would assemble a committee to begin discussions within the next week.

 

Read more at http://www.thisweeknews.com/?story=sites/thisweeknews/022207/Reynoldsburg/News/022207-News-310278.html

 

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From ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 3/1/07:

 

YMCA project gains momentum

Stearns to create ad hoc committee to work on funding

Thursday, March 1, 2007

By TRICIA SYMANSIC

ThisWeek Staff Writer  

 

Reynoldsburg City Councilman Preston Stearns plans to create an ad hoc committee with representatives of various community organizations to begin work on a proposal to provide local funding for a YMCA in Reynoldsburg. Officials from the YMCA, the city and Reynoldsburg City Schools agreed in a meeting Tuesday morning that a steering committee should do preliminary work, such as choosing a location and the method of funding, before handing the ball to a larger task force that would be charged with selling the proposal to voters.

 

The YMCA and city officials have been talking about a cooperative project, such as those completed in Gahanna, Grove City and Hilliard. "This is something that many of us feel is long overdue," Stearns said. "We want to make sure everything is done right so that when we go to the voters, everything is right."

 

Read more at http://www.thisweeknews.com/?story=sites/thisweeknews/030107/Reynoldsburg/News/030107-News-313190.html

 

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From ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 3/22/07:

 

Strickland budget would hurt Reynoldsburg less than most

Thursday, March 22, 2007

By TRICIA SYMANSIC

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland's first budget proposal has better news for Reynoldsburg City Schools than for most other central Ohio districts.

 

One of only four Franklin County school districts to receive any increase at all in state funding, Reynoldsburg would be better off than most. Strickland's proposed budget includes a $340,000 increase in Reynoldsburg's state funding for next year, although that could change during the legislative approval process.

 

"It's small compared to what we would typically get from the state, but its difficult to complain about it compared to what everybody else is getting," Superintendent Richard Ross said.

 

Reynoldsburg could get a $1.7-million increase the following year, but that's no windfall, either, Ross said. That increase approaches normal adjustments for the district, he said. Reynoldsburg depends on the state for about 55 percent of its revenues, which are expected to total $54.25-million this year.

 

MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/?story=sites/thisweeknews/032207/Reynoldsburg/News/032207-News-324898.html

 

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From ThisWeek Reynoldsburg, 3/22/07:

 

Zoning board grants five variances for new Lowe's

Thursday, March 22, 2007

By JEFF DONAHUE

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

The Reynoldsburg Board of Zoning Appeals gave its unanimous approval last week to four variances requested for a proposed Lowe's home improvement store planned at Waggoner Road and East Broad Street.  The project is scheduled to be presented to the city's design review board on April 5.

 

Read more at http://www.thisweeknews.com/?story=sites/thisweeknews/032207/Reynoldsburg/News/032207-News-324900.html

 

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From Business First of Columbus, 4/23/07:

 

Retail complex set for Limited land

Business First of Columbus - April 20, 2007

by Dan Eaton, Business First

 

A long-vacant piece of land in Reynoldsburg is on its way toward becoming the newest location for several national retailers.  The southeast corner of East Broad Street and Waggoner Road is being cleared to become the Shops at East Broad, a 51-acre retail center that would be anchored by a 138,600-square-foot Lowe's home improvement store.

 

John Brandt, Reynoldsburg's development director, said the site has taken a long time to develop because it's oddly shaped and bordered by an agricultural easement to the south. Home Depot Inc. considered the site before Lowe's Companies Inc. stepped in, Brandt said.

 

Lowe's is targeted for 15 acres at the eastern edge of the development for what would become its 12th Central Ohio store.  Though the retailer has appeared before various boards in Reynoldsburg to get needed approvals for the store, Lowe's executives declined to acknowledge the project.  A Lowe's spokeswoman said the Mooresville, N.C.-based merchant has not closed on the real estate transaction and would have no comment on the project until a deal is completed.

 

MORE: http://columbus.bizjournals.com/columbus/stories/2007/04/23/story10.html

 

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City considering 'feasibility' of YMCA

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

By DAVID S. OWEN

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

City, school and YMCA officials are discussing the possibility of building a YMCA in Reynoldsburg.  Councilwoman Antoinette Newman, who chairs Reynoldsburg City Council's community development committee, said during Monday's committee meeting that preliminary talks on June 17 centered on where such a facility could be built and how its construction could be funded.

 

In addition to the city offering the land, water and sewer access, a new YMCA is estimated to cost the city about $12.5-million to build.  The YMCA would be responsible for equipping the facility and providing the costs for operations.  Newman said possible involvement by Mount Carmel East hospital could be included in the project.

 

MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/live/content/reynoldsburg/stories/2008/07/09/0710rbymca_ln.html

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Reynoldsburg Council eyes commercial overlays, stream buffers

Corridor protection zone would protect streams, creeks in new developments; hearings set

Wednesday, September 24, 2008 

By DAVID S. OWEN

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

Public hearings on legislation establishing two commercial overlays and a stream corridor protection zone for new development will be held at 6:45 p.m. Oct. 13 in council chambers.  Reynoldsburg City Council heard the first readings of the ordinances Monday.  City development director Lucas Haire said the stream corridor protection zone would establish buffers along each side of streams or creek banks in new developments. "It's something that's being pushed by the Ohio EPA for water quality protection, and this means there will be a 25-foot vegetative strip on each bank of the creek that will be in its natural state," Haire said.

 

He said there are no height requirements for the vegetation, but said it should be kept in a natural growth pattern. "It's to be preserved in its natural state it helps to keep pollutants out of the creek. It helps with erosion," Haire said. "If you have just grass planted there, you're a lot more likely to get erosion than if you have natural vegetation because the roots are deeper. It holds the soil in better."

 

MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/live/content/reynoldsburg/stories/2008/09/24/streambuffers.html

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Haire: One buyer could develop E. Main lots

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

By DAVID S. OWEN

ThisWeek Staff Writer

 

Now that two East Main Street buildings destroyed by a May 19 fire have been torn down, city development director Lucas Haire said the next step is to develop the land.  Although the two buildings, located at 7336 and 7342 E. Main St., were owned separately, Haire said he would like to find one buyer for both lots who would build on both as a whole.  Both lots together take up just over 10,000 square feet.  "We're just trying to find a good, adaptive use of the site that would fit in with the character of the area," Haire said.

 

He said the historic district where the lots are located is zoned commercial, which includes uses for retail, restaurant or offices.  "Currently, drive-throughs are not permitted in that area, but you could do fast-food there without a drive-through, like a Chipotle, or something like that," Haire said. "I think a coffee shop would be a great use for there. A tavern would do well there."

 

MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/live/content/reynoldsburg/stories/2008/10/01/1002rbemain_ln.html

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Reynoldsburg hopes new grocery store revitalizes area

Sunday,  May 23, 2010

By Elizabeth Gibson, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

 

The Valu King opening in Reynoldsburg is just a grocery store, but residents in the Brice-Livingston area have been almost giddy about its arrival.  It occupies a building that had been vacant since Big Bear left six years ago.  The empty storefront had become a symbol of the area’s decline.  Businesses migrated east to newer parts of town, to the point that “Property Available” signs were just as likely to go up as signs for new businesses.

 

Reynoldsburg has an overall retail vacancy rate of about 8 percent, but the figure is closer to 20 percent in the commercial corridor surrounding the intersection of Brice Road and Livingston Avenue, said Lucas Haire, the city’s development director.  “We know Brice needs a little attention,” he said.  “It was once the best retail area in the city, and it has lost that. We’re trying to bring it back.”

 

The city also is trying to spruce up the area in other ways.  City officials plan to discuss a state grant this week that could help them repave and beautify Brice Road.  Haire said the city plans to erect decorative street signs to help distinguish Reynoldsburg from Columbus, and the idea of a gateway monument has been floated around City Hall.

 

Full article: http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2010/05/23/new-grocery-has-folks-dancing.html?sid=101

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When a Valu King is the best thing going on, you know you're in Dullsville. So glad I left. And they're going to beautify an area that wasn't pretty to begin with (big boxes and drive-thrus) just by putting up some signs? Like putting flowers on a turd. They should probably consider tearing down the rest.

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Vick's Pizza moving to Connell Hardware space

BY PAMELA WILLIS, THIS WEEK COMMUNITY NEWS

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 2:57 PM

 

Vick's Gourmet Pizza at 7333 E. Main Street in old Reynoldsburg will start 2015 by celebrating its 55th year in business while working toward a summer expansion into the old Connell Hardware space two doors down. ... Co-owners Doug and Charlotte Vickers said they hope to open in the former Connell's location at 7345 E. Main Street in summer 2015.

 

Hollis and Louise Vickers, Doug's parents, opened Vick's Pizza at its current location in 1961; it had been the site of a dry goods store.  Doug and Charlotte took over the business in 1978.  Vick's does a brisk carryout and pickup business, but the current dining room has just four and a half booths. ... The new Vick's will be larger, with seating for 45 to 50 people.  The corner shop will also have two entrances, one on East Main Street and another on State Route 256.

 

Mayor Brad McCloud said he is "ecstatic" about the expansion.  "I think it is two really good things coming together," he said.  "We will be able to hang on to the character of old Connell's and continue what is an institution in Reynoldsburg -- Vick's Pizza. I think it will be a huge hit."

 

Doug Vickers said the Connell building was built in the late 1800's. ... Two interior walls in the new dining room area having the plaster removed to reveal the original brick underneath.  "We hope to keep some of the character of the old hardware store", he said.  The place needs work, though -- a lot of work.  Besides cosmetic changes for walls and floors, the plumbing, electrical and heating will be upgraded.

 

MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/stories/reynoldsburg/news/2014/12/17/vicks-pizza-moving-to-connell-hardware-space.html

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A look ahead at 2015 in Reynoldsburg: http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/stories/reynoldsburg/news/2014/12/29/looking-ahead-repairs-revitalization-construction-on-calendar.html

 

According to the above article, Reynoldsburg expects to see new development, repairs and renovations in various parts of the city in 2015:

  • The city is currently completing $4.8 million worth of Brice Road improvements, which include resurfacing, new signalized crosswalks, traffic lights on mast arm posts and a multiuse paved path along the west side of Brice.  New sidewalks also were constructed and two medians were built between East Main Street and East Livingston Avenue in 2014.

  • Replacement of aging water and sewer lines and street improvements on East Livingston Avenue between Brice and Graham Roads.

  • Repairing and renovating existing brick crosswalks in old Reynoldsburg (downtown area).

  • Construction of a 132-room Hilton Garden Inn at The Shoppes at East Broad on 8005 E. Broad Street.

  • Vick's Gourmet Pizza plans to move into the former Connell Hardware space at 7345 E. Main Street in old Reynoldsburg in summer 2015.

  • Also in the old Reynoldsburg area, Prost Beer & Wine Cafe is scheduled to open early 2015 at 7354 E. Main Street, in a building constructed in 1947 as Reynoldsburg's first fire station.

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Couple of articles hi-lighting development projects in Reynoldsburg.  The three biggest projects are the following:

  • new 100,000 square foot Kroger store (project cost undisclosed)
  • new $25 million, 70,000 square foot YMCA/community center
  • new $3.9 million Truro Township Fire Station

https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20190527/construction-update-major-projects-reshaping-reynoldsburg

 

https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20190401/new-kroger-rising-other-reynoldsburg-projects-in-works

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Boomtown Reynoldsburg ?!?  Well, it is boomtimes for Reynoldsburg anyway.  Here are two articles about two different shopping centers getting renovated in "The Burg". 

 

This one is about the 31,000-square-foot Olde Town Shopping Center located at 7510-7600 E. Main Street (Route 40).  It was recently purchased by a real estate firm headquartered in Downtown Columbus and Tim Lai Architect is the designer for the renovation project.  Lai has a good history of doing some nice things with humble retail projects like this - http://www.laiarchitect.com/all-projects:

 

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Columbus investor to revive Reynoldsburg shopping center

 

A real estate firm headquartered in downtown Columbus is investing in downtown Reynoldsburg.  Black Gate Partners has acquired the 31,000-square-foot Olde Town Shopping Center and plans to invest in upgrades.  A private investor from outside the area sold the 7510-7600 E. Main St. property to Black Gate for $1.25 million.

 

The unanchored neighborhood convenience shopping center sits at 72% occupancy, anchored by Donato's Pizza and Nationwide Insurance locations.  It's divided into two 15,000-square-foot sections separated by a Family Dollar.

 

MORE:  https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/08/13/columbus-investor-to-revive-reynoldsburg-shopping.html

 

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This second Reynoldsburg project is quite a bit bigger.  It involves the renovation of the former Babies R Us building into a CubeSmart climate controlled self-storage facility.  The shuttered 95,000-square-foot building is located at 2686 Taylor Road and is part of the 624,000-square-foot Taylor Square shopping center located near the I-70/Rt. 256 interchange:

 

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Casto wants to redevelop Reynoldsburg Babies R Us

 

The Reynoldsburg Babies R Us could soon become a storage facility.  Property owner Casto has proposed redeveloping the shuttered big box property at 2686 Taylor Road.  The 95,000-square-foot property would be rebuilt as a CubeSmart Mini Storage climate controlled self-storage building, according to plans submitted to the city.

 

Irving, Texas-based Oak View Capital Partners, a specialist builder focusing on self storage projects, is listed as the project's construction group. ... This property is one of half a dozen Central Ohio stores that closed during Toys R Us' liquidation last summer. ... Developers have taken to a variety of creative solutions to turn around empty big boxes, especially as major names like Toys R Us close and shutter dozens at a time.

 

Casto purchased the property in 2006 as part of the larger 624,000-square-foot Taylor Square shopping center, which has other major anchors including Sam's Club, Best Buy, Marshalls, Dress Barn and a Walmart Supercenter.  It sits in a trade area of 191,800 people in a 5-mile radius with average household income of $77,900.  It's also next to the I-70 corridor which sees 101,000 vehicles a day.

 

MORE:  https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/09/06/casto-wants-to-redevelop-reynoldsburg-babies-r-us.html

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14 minutes ago, Columbo said:

Boomtown Reynoldsburg ?!?  Well, it is boomtimes for Reynoldsburg anyway.  Here are two articles about two different shopping centers getting renovated in "The Burg". 

 

This one is about the 31,000-square-foot Olde Town Shopping Center located at 7510-7600 E. Main Street (Route 40).  It was recently purchased by a real estate firm headquartered in Downtown Columbus and Tim Lai Architect is the designer for the renovation project.  Lai has a good history of doing some nice things with humble retail projects like this - http://www.laiarchitect.com/all-projects:

 

olde-town-rendering-final-3.jpg

 

Columbus investor to revive Reynoldsburg shopping center

 

A real estate firm headquartered in downtown Columbus is investing in downtown Reynoldsburg.  Black Gate Partners has acquired the 31,000-square-foot Olde Town Shopping Center and plans to invest in upgrades.  A private investor from outside the area sold the 7510-7600 E. Main St. property to Black Gate for $1.25 million.

 

The unanchored neighborhood convenience shopping center sits at 72% occupancy, anchored by Donato's Pizza and Nationwide Insurance locations.  It's divided into two 15,000-square-foot sections separated by a Family Dollar.

 

MORE:  https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/08/13/columbus-investor-to-revive-reynoldsburg-shopping.html

 

 


Pizza delivery and insurance offices do not equal shopping center. There needs to be another word for these facilities that are full of things that make their money through referrals. There are a lot of outdated terms in commercial real estate these days.

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4 minutes ago, GCrites80s said:

Pizza delivery and insurance offices do not equal shopping center. There needs to be another word for these facilities that are full of things that make their money through referrals. There are a lot of outdated terms in commercial real estate these days.

 

Totally agree.  What does Business First know about ... uh business?

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Well, I like Business First a lot, but I think the commercial real estate industry needs to update its terminology as a whole as it comes to how spaces will be realistically used in the 21st century as opposed to say the '80s when "shopping centers" really were full of things like specialty clothing stores, video rental, independent TV/stereo shops, bike shops etc. rather than pizza cars constantly leaving, dog grooming, dialysis facilities, insurance offices, tanning, bars, etc. to paint a more realistic picture of the development to possible stakeholders and the community. Then the Bizjournals would also adopt the terminology.

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To be fair, I've seen some Business First articles where they delve into terminology like "power centers", "regional magnets", and many others when discussing the retail market.  But these two articles were just reporting on renovation projects to existing shopping places.  So I think they are just using the term "shopping centers" in the most generic sense here.

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Reynoldsburg Makes History With America's First Nepali-Bhutanese Elected Official

https://radio.wosu.org/post/reynoldsburg-makes-history-americas-first-nepali-bhutanese-elected-official#stream/1

 

"'Five years before many of the stores on Main Street, the brick and mortar stores were empty. There was nothing there,' Pyakurel says. 'Now there is very vibrant businesses running there.' Pyakurel wants to help boost that growth as a politician. 'Running for office is my dream from very beginning, because when I was 9 years old I was forced out of the country and forced into refugee camp, where I spent 18 years of my life in refugee camp,' Pyakurel explains."

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Reynoldsburg changed their zoning code in order to grow denser. 
 

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Reynoldsburg officials are touting a handful of recently-completed projects and several more in the planning stages as evidence that change is coming to the suburb on the far east side of Columbus. It’s what could come next, though, that will really get people’s attention.

 

A mixed-use development featuring buildings as tall as seven stories is being pitched for the former Kmart site at the southeast corner of Brice Road and East Main Street, and a new zoning code could make it much easier to build similar projects elsewhere in the city.


https://www.columbusunderground.com/reynoldsburg-planning-for-wave-of-new-development-bw1

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New Truro Township fire station shows lowest bid not always the best

 

The new Truro Township fire station’s opening has been delayed more than a year because the original contractor defaulted on the job.  However, the additional costs of the project’s delay are going to be covered by an insurance bond, and the station is now expected to be completed and open in April.

 

MORE:  https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200105/new-truro-township-fire-station-shows-lowest-bid-not-always-best

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... only to get shut down about a month later because of coronavirus concerns(!)

 

But the Reynoldsburg YCMA Community Center is still getting some use.  The Truro Township Fire Department is using the building for temporary quarters until their nearby new fire station opens this summer:  

 

https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200325/truro-township-station-161-finds-temporary-housing-at-vacant-ymca

 

The building is being used to house the firefighters and medics while a temporary shelter was installed in the parking lot for the station's vehicles:

 

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Development of Reynoldsburg’s Taylor Chase complex may resume after 10 years

 

A mix of condominiums and apartments are planned for about 24 acres at Taylor Road and East Main Street, finishing a development that started more than 10 years ago.

 

Mid-Ohio Development Corp. is seeking approval to build eight condominium buildings and 24 apartment buildings at 8500 Taylor Chase Drive, directly behind a Kroger grocery store.  A total of 168 units are planned, with an overall density of about 6.75 units per acre, said Roney Murphy, president of Mid-Ohio Development Corp.

 

The eight condominium buildings will finish the Taylor Chase condo complex, which stalled about 10 years ago.

 

MORE:  https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200413/development-of-reynoldsburgs-taylor-chase-complex-may-resume-after-10-years

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