For the first time ever, Bexley will be hosting a community-wide yard sale and freecycle event on October 11 and 12. Once a year, this community event will allow yard sales to take place in the front yard, and any resident can register without having this apply to the annual limit on number of yard sales. "Freecycle" day allows for the safe and convenient option of freecycling unwanted items at the curb. The yard sale will be held the 10th and the freecycle day is the 11th for any items you were unable to sell. More details and registration information can be found at www.bexley.org/yard-sale.
The following applications will be heard at the September 22 Planning Commission meeting. To view complete applications, click here.
2242/2248 E Main St: Seeking environmental review and approval to allow a new two- story building and site improvements to accommodate the Giant Eagle Market District Express.
2232 E Main St: Seeking final material review for the previously approved exterior modifications to the building, which will be the northern building once the existing structure is bisected into two separate buildings to allow an access drive from the current City Hall site.
2110 E Livingston: Seeking environmental review and approval to allow modifications to the existing building and site to accommodate a new retail business, Katz Tires.
2484 E Main St: Seeking environmental review and approval for replacement awnings, as well as sign review and approval to allow modifications to the existing monument and wall signs at this logo to reflect Chipotle's new logo.
528 N Cassady: Seeking environmental review and approval to allow demolition of the existing west facade and installation of brick, siding, an awning, and new lights, as well as new siding and lights on the north facade.
City Council finance committee chair Tim Madison has set a timeline for review and discussion of the 2015 Bexley City budget. Per Bexley Charter, the City budget is prepared by the Mayor and submitted for review and approval by City Council. An initial presentation of the budget will be made to City Council at its September 23rd meeting, followed by a series of review processes and opportunities for revision leading up to the ultimate passage of the budget prior to the end of the year. To view Councilman Madison's proposed budget review timeline, please click here.
Registration for this fall's recreation activities begins Monday, August 4 at noon, so pick your favorites activities now! The Recreation Brochure is available at City Hall, Jeffrey Mansion, the Bexley Public Library, and online here. Be sure to check out the Community Campout, the Main Event, the Splish Splash and Dash Youth Triathlon, and the Labor Day Block Party. There are also plenty of great offerings for all ages, from dance to yoga to sports. Download the recreation brochure now!