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Don’t Just Recycle—Recycle Right

Posted on 2018-07-20 to City Manager's Blog

With market forces impacting what items are accepted for recycling at the local recycling facility, it’s important that we make sure we are all recycling right and not inadvertently sending more to the landfill.

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Beggar's Night and Pumpkin Patrol
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Click here for tips on ensuring a safe Beggar's Night for all, as well as details of the City's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol
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Upper Arlington's Beggar's Night will take place this year on Thursday, October 30 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. 
 
UA's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol will in neighborhoods making sure kids are safe and passing out candy. They will be driving City pick-up trucks, marked by a pumpkin atop the cabin. 
 
Click here for tips on ensuring a safe Beggar's Night for all, as well as details of the City's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/egov/apps/events/calendar.egov?view=detail;id=234#sthash.9L3lwqRE.dpuf

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pafr2015 Popular Annual Financial Report
Finance & Administrative Services is proud to present the 2015 PAFR. The idea behind the PAFR is to provide you an opportunity to better understand the many financial aspects that affect your local government.

 

 

Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf
Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf
Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf

SentinelSenior Center Sentinel Newsletter
Our Parks & Recreation Department offers an impressive range of programs and activities for the 50-plus crowd. Our active Senior Center is respected in the region for its innovative and comprehensive programming. The Sentinel is a guide to the goings-on at this one of a kind Senior Center.

 


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    Earth Month may be over, but continuing our good environmental conservation practices shouldn't be. Easy commitments like using rain barrels to reduce storm water runoff; leaving clippings and mulched leaves on the lawn to improve soil with organic materials; mowing your yard at a higher level; and keeping storm drains clear are simple tasks that will help your yard produce deeper root systems, absorb more rain and prevent soil erosion. Pledge today! www.getgrassy.org/ ... See moreSee less

    Earth Month may be over, but continuing our good environmental conservation practices shouldn’t be. Easy commitments like using rain barrels to reduce storm water runoff; leaving clippings and mulched leaves on the lawn to improve soil with organic materials; mowing your yard at a higher level; and keeping storm drains clear are simple tasks that will help your yard produce deeper root systems, absorb more rain and prevent soil erosion. Pledge today! http://www.getgrassy.org/

    Wonder what kids think UA will look like in the future? Windermere students did a fun project to celebrate the Centennial by drawing, writing or both of what they thought UA would like 100 years from now:

    In 100 years, Upper Arlington's houses will be taller to save space. The population would get so high in 100 years and the effect is crowds, one solution for that is making more space. In a century, most people probably wont' be using coal or oil to generate power, at least I assume so. Solar panels would probably be on a lot more houses, because coal buried in the ground is already getting used up. Most dams would also get a hydraulic generator to make power. Oil from the ocean would also get used up quicker due to expanding human population in UA. There will be a lot more inventions, due to some problems like old schools or leaky faucets in houses. Nobody likes to plumb too much. That is what I think Upper Arlington will be like in a century. - Michael, grade 4, Windermere
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    Wonder what kids think UA will look like in the future? Windermere students did a fun project to celebrate the Centennial by drawing, writing or both of what they thought UA would like 100 years from now:

In 100 years, Upper Arlingtons houses will be taller to save space. The population would get so high in 100 years and the effect is crowds, one solution for that is making more space. In a century, most people probably wont be using coal or oil to generate power, at least I assume so. Solar panels would probably be on a lot more houses, because coal buried in the ground is already getting used up. Most dams would also get a hydraulic generator to make power. Oil from the ocean would also get used up quicker due to expanding human population in UA. There will be a lot more inventions, due to some problems like old schools or leaky faucets in houses. Nobody likes to plumb too much. That is what I think Upper Arlington will be like in a century. - Michael, grade 4, Windermere

     

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    I love this so much. I'd like to see comments from the design review commission.

    With market forces impacting what items are accepted for recycling at the local recycling facility, it's important that we make sure we are all recycling right and not inadvertently sending more to the landfill: tinyurl.com/yb2uptg2 ... See moreSee less

    With market forces impacting what items are accepted for recycling at the local recycling facility, it’s important that we make sure we are all recycling right and not inadvertently sending more to the landfill: https://tinyurl.com/yb2uptg2

    Celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month with the #Passport2Exploration, visit all of your local parks and win a prize! Find a code word at each park and put them together to form a sentence. Learn more at www.myfcph.org/july-is-parks-and-recreation-month/ #DiscoverJuly ... See moreSee less

    Celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month with the #Passport2Exploration, visit all of your local parks and win a prize! Find a code word at each park and put them together to form a sentence. Learn more at https://www.myfcph.org/july-is-parks-and-recreation-month/ #DiscoverJuly

    The summer, semi-annual Utility Invoice from the City has been mailed. This invoice includes the Solid Waste fee, the Stormwater Utility fee and, in some cases a Neighborhood Lighting Utility fee. Check out the Utility & Billing section on the City's new website to pay your bill, look up your account and more! staging.uaoh.net/government-services/utilities/ ... See moreSee less

    The summer, semi-annual Utility Invoice from the City has been mailed. This invoice includes the Solid Waste fee, the Stormwater Utility fee and, in some cases a Neighborhood Lighting Utility fee. Check out the Utility & Billing section on the Citys new website to pay your bill, look up your account and more! http://staging.uaoh.net/government-services/utilities/

    A cleaner community starts with you! Practice proper recycling habits and encourage your neighbors to do the same! These habits can have a positive impact on both the environment and on local economies staging.uaoh.net/government-services/solid-waste-services/ ... See moreSee less

    A cleaner community starts with you! Practice proper recycling habits and encourage your neighbors to do the same! These habits can have a positive impact on both the environment and on local economies http://staging.uaoh.net/government-services/solid-waste-services/

    In celebration of UA's Centennial Year, enjoy 100 minutes of music featuring a new style of music each week this summer at the UA Arts Stage at the Amelita Mirolo Barn. Enjoy the sounds from the Columbus Jazz Orchestra tonight, July 19 from 7-8:40 pm. upperarlingtonoh.gov/tag/music-in-the-parks/ ... See moreSee less

    In celebration of UAs Centennial Year, enjoy 100 minutes of music featuring a new style of music each week this summer at the UA Arts Stage at the Amelita Mirolo Barn. Enjoy the sounds from the Columbus Jazz Orchestra tonight, July 19 from 7-8:40 pm. https://upperarlingtonoh.gov/tag/music-in-the-parks/

    Continuing a recent post on unwanted wildlife, today we zero in on the signs that rodents may be moving in, and how to address this issue: tinyurl.com/ya3wzwz2 ... See moreSee less

    Continuing a recent post on unwanted wildlife, today we zero in on the signs that rodents may be moving in, and how to address this issue: https://tinyurl.com/ya3wzwz2

     

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    RLM, Rat lives matter🐿 They actually help with over population of cheese 🧀 🧀🧀

    There is nothing better than cooling off during a hot, humid summer night than an evening dip under the stars at Reed Road Water Park. Grab your swim suit and join us for a night swim on Saturday, July 21 from 7-10 pm. This event is free to attend. upperarlingtonoh.gov/event/swim-under-the-stars-2/ ... See moreSee less

    There is nothing better than cooling off during a hot, humid summer night than an evening dip under the stars at Reed Road Water Park. Grab your swim suit and join us for a night swim on Saturday, July 21 from 7-10 pm. This event is free to attend. https://upperarlingtonoh.gov/event/swim-under-the-stars-2/

     

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    Sarah Best

    Kobe & Amber this is around the corner from our house

    Any chance of a splash pad? Love Hilliards and looking forward to Dublin's.

    Construction Update: Kenny Road northbound will be reduced to one lane today, between Kenbrook Hills Drive and Millcreek Lane, from 10 am to approximately 1 pm. This is necessary to allow for some culvert repair work. We apologize for any inconvenience. ... See moreSee less

    Construction Update: Kenny Road northbound will be reduced to one lane today, between Kenbrook Hills Drive and Millcreek Lane, from 10 am to approximately 1 pm. This is necessary to allow for some culvert repair work. We apologize for any inconvenience.