Friday
Jan202017

Upcoming Columbia Gas Public Improvement Projects

Drexel/Stanbery/Ashbourne

Columbia Gas of Ohio will continue pipeline improvements on Parkview, Drexel, Stanbery and Maryland Avenues as well as Ashbourne Place/Road in the winter/spring of 2017. There are preliminary construction procedures that may include locating and recording the sewer line from inside your home to the outside. Columbia Gas representatives, in conjunction with their contractor RLA Utilities/Northern Pipeline will come to customer's homes to perform this work, and will leave a door tag with contact information if customers are unavailable. All Columbia contractors carry an ID and will be happy to show it. For additionalinformationregarding these projects visit www.bexley.org/service-department.

Friday
Jan202017

Gramercy Books Opening Weekend Celebrations

January 27-29th - Events for the whole family!

Gramercy Books is excited to announce a Grand Opening Celebration with a weekend's worth of events for you to enjoy!  They've put together an incredible lineup of Ohio authors and artists who will be joining the opening celebration.

AT GRAMERCY BOOKS
Friday, January 27

Maggie Smith, poet, 7:00pm
Reading, meet ’n greet, and book signing

Saturday, January 28
Will Hillenbrand, children’s book author and illustrator, 11:00am
Reading, meet ’n greet, and book signing

Eric Gnezda, songwriter, 3:00pm
Live music and memoir
 
Lee Martin, novelist/memoirist, 7:00pm
Reading, author talk, and book signing

AT DREXEL THEATRE
Sunday, January 29

11:30am – 3:30pm
Screening of Goosebumps, The Movie; post-screening author visit and book signing with 
R.L. Stine, best-selling children’s author

Tickets for R.L. Stine event must be purchased in advance at Gramercy Books. Limited tickets are available. 

For a $10 ticket, you will receive:
* A book by R.L. Stine valued at $6.99
* Admission to a special movie viewing of Goosebumps (Drexel Theatre / 11:30am
* A visit with R.L. Stine (Drexel Theatre / 1:20)
* Book signing by R.L. Stine (Drexel Theatre lobby / 2:00pm / purchased books only)

For more information, visit www.gramercybooksbexley.com.

Friday
Jan202017

Bexley Community Foundation is Seeking Proposals for Grants

2017 Grant Cycle Letters of Intent are due on January 27, 2017

The Bexley Community Foundation is accepting Letters of Intent for projects and programs serving Bexley. The Foundation makes grants to organizations, programs and initiatives that enrich the lives of those who live, learn, work and play in Bexley.  The Foundation is seeking projects and programs focused on any of our eight community priorities; Arts and Culture, Beautification and Environment, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Health and Wellness, Lifelong Learning, Public Safety and Recreation and Youth. To begin the process please visit bexleycommunityfoundation.org and click “Apply for a Grant” on our homepage.

A Letter of Intent is due by Friday, January 27, 2017. The Foundation’s Programs and Grants Committee, made up of Bexley community members, meets to discuss the different projects and advancing applicants will be invited to submit a full grant application. The staff and volunteers of the Bexley Community Foundation are always happy to meet with prospective grant applicants. Please contact Bexley Community Foundation Executive Director Hallie Raskin at 614-235-4070 or Hallie@bexleycommunityfoundation.org with any questions.

Friday
Dec302016

The Bexley Top 16 of '16 Countdown is Happening Now!


We've compiled a list of the top 16 happenings in Bexley (from the City of Bexley's perspective, mind you!).  Click to visit our year-in-review Facebook rollout at the Mayor of Bexley Facebook page.  

Friday
Oct142016

Bexley's Hands Free Ordinance Now In Effect

Hands-on use of mobile devices restricted

At Tuesday night's City Council meeting, council voted to approve Ordinance 27-16, prohibitting the hands-on use of mobile communication devices while driving.  Under the new law, drivers must either use hands-free devices to make and receive calls (such as bluetooth in-car and after-market calling systems), or pull out of the flow of traffic to make or receive calls.  The law is very similar to laws in place in 14 states and many cities in the Cleveland region.  Signage will be installed at all entry-points to the City, and a public information campaign and a warning period will preceed enforcement.  

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