Thursday, May 13, 2021

Presentation & Takeaways from Tuesday's Meeting

Good evening, NECKO -

Thanks to everyone who attended our virtual neighborhood meeting on Tuesday!  We had a very informative discussion on the parking permit districts, the latest on the new OSU garage, and the proposed historic district. 

Key takeaways if you missed it:

1) The presentation on the parking permit changes is available here.  It's a slightly corrected version to clarify the rules around guest passes.  The neighborhood's requests were almost entirely accommodated and overall the changes seem very positive.  City Parking staff have been very responsive to our concerns.

2) The changes to the NK permit district go into effect this summer.  More info will be sent in the next few weeks. 

3) The OSU garage construction will enter a new phase in June with occasional overnight concrete pours.  They've moved the pour location further away from houses and will provide updates on dates of the concrete pours.  More info expected soon.

Have a good weekend!

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Reminder: Virtual Neighborhood Meeting Tonight

Good morning, NECKO Neighbors - 

Just a quick reminder of tonight's virtual neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, May 11th @ 6 p.m. to hear from both the City of Columbus on the parking permit changes for this year and from Ohio State on the latest on the parking garage off of Perry Street.  We'll also get an update on the historic district effort. 

Hope to see you there! 

Thursday, May 6, 2021

Historic District Update & NECKO Meeting Reminder

Good evening, NECKO:  

Please see the progress update below from Susan Keeny on the Dennison-McMillen Historic District.  We'll hear more at next week's virtual neighborhood meeting. Join us on Tuesday, May 11th @ 6 p.m.  Meeting details are here.  

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Dennison-McMillen Historic District - Update                
Historic District work is nearly done! We've been delayed by the surprise.
The need is still there so help us reach our goal of becoming the Dennison-McMillen Historic District!  


Are you ready to show your support? Please contact: Susan Keeny or Tim Sublette