Join the Mayor, members of Bexley City Council, and City staff for the "wallbreaking" ceremony to commemorate the construction start for the new Bexley City Hall facility. The event will be held at the former Bexley Monk/Barrel 44 space, at the north end of the Bexley Square Shopping Center.
Don't miss September 19th's Main Event. The fun kicks off at 6:00pm with the BHS marching band, followed by a steel drum band from Capital, and the 2nd Annual "Bexley's Got Talent" community talent show. Lots of great talent acts, and the "Lego Movie" will start at sunset - around 7:45pm. Oh, and did we mention calzones from Giuseppe's and food trucks? More info at www.gobexley.com/main.
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.