Meet Council member Emmanuel V. Remy and Team!
|In an effort to engage with the community, newly appointed Councilmember Emmanuel V. Remy is holding community events in March and April across the City to listen to issues and concerns of Columbus residents.
“My team and I are beyond excited to have the opportunity to introduce ourselves to the Columbus community. We welcome area residents to share their concerns and thoughts as we work together to create a greater Columbus,” said Remy.
The Meet Councilmember Emmanuel V. Remy & Team! events give citizens the opportunity to talk to Councilmember Remy and his staff, share what is important to them and propose ways Council can work with the community.
Meetings will be held at the following locations:
Tuesday, March 20
Wednesday, March 21
Saturday, March 24
Wednesday, March 28
Thursday, April 5
Tuesday, April 10
Thursday, April 12
Saturday, April 14
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The Good Seeds Gardens @ Good Shepherd 2018
Are you sick of winter? Want to think about spring? The Good Seeds garden at Good Shepherd is accepting applications for garden plots. Plots are $10 each. Applications need to be re-submitted each year. Stop by the church office Monday- Thursday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to complete your application and reserve your plot. If you would like an application emailed to you, contact Susie Lehnerd (email@example.com)or Pat Wood,(firstname.lastname@example.org
This will be the 3rd and possibly last meeting with the school, resident’s & youth football league. If you remember many neighbors in/around Alpine had expressed concerns about the noise, litter, parking, practice schedule, etc. regarding the football/cheer league that used Alpine’s fields this past fall.
Sharon Woods trustees had received numerous phone calls. These concerns were brought to the attention of Principal Peeples at Alpine. She is very open to hearing the concerns and wants to keep a positive relationship with the neighborhood
We are in the process of putting together Sharon Woods’ National Night Out 2018, to be held Tuesday, August 7th. Once more plans are confirmed we will keep you posted.
- We are looking for a company or companies to help financially to purchase blue light bulbs to be distributed to our residents at the 2018 NNO.
- We are also looking for financial support to purchase or make bandanas for dogs to give to owners and ask them to be a part of a dog walker watch. We hope to start this in April or May.
WHAT IS DOG WALKER WATCH?
According to the Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA, there are over seventy five million dog owners across the nation. That’s dozens, if not hundreds, of neighbors walking their dogs throughout the community at all times of the day, all days of the week, in all weather conditions. Dog Walker Watch encourages these neighbors to assist local law enforcement with the concept of “see something, say something”. They are extra eyes and ears while out walking their dog. The program enhances the partnership between police and the community while providing resources for neighbors to be more aware and how to effectively observe and report suspicious activity.
If anyone has or knows of a company that could help, please get in touch with Pat Wood, 614-406-4829 or email@example.com.
We need you to start picking up trash as you take a walk. Also if you see trash around a business then give that manager a call and remind them that we care about our neighborhood and want them to keep their property clean.
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
This is so tragic and I. for one, am sick from all of the shootings throughout the US. This has to stop.
Prayers for all officers, their families & friends.
Please join me in showing appreciation to others and especially those who are protecting all of us: Fire, police, doctors, nurses and so many others.
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School has started in many communities so SLOW DOWN, not to mention just slow down.
Sharon Woods Blvd is 35mph and the rest of the streets is 25mph.
I believe several folks found out today what speeding costs as CPD was out issuing tickets.
Life is short – SLOW DOWN!
Alpine Elementary would like to have a volunteer or two to help with the afternoon crossing guard duties during the school year.