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Candidates Night

Council's Presentation

  Revenue Expenses
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Shredding

The Northland Community Council has announced a shredding day, e-waste recycling, and food drive for the Mid-Ohio Food Bank on ...

Saturday, October 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Menards parking lot, 1805 Morse Road (at Tamarack Blvd.)

Help protect yourself and your family from identity theft! Bring personal papers, computer disks, and other materials* containing unneeded confidential information to be shredded FREE of charge. Keep these materials out of the hands of identity thieves!
*Shredding limit  5 boxes or paper bags, please.

They're asking everyone who brings material to be shredded (or anyone who wants to help feed hungry people in central Ohio) to bring THREE or more non-perishable food items to donate to Mid-Ohio Foodbank. Items such as boxed dry foods; canned meats, fruits, and vegetables; cereals and mixes; and pasta and rice will be collected on site.  For more information about Mid-Ohio Foodbank, visit http://midohiofoodbank.org/.     

For this event, they have partnered with Recycle Girl Ohio to offer FREE recycling of eWaste, including unwanted, outdated, and/or non-functional electronic items, such as computers, computer components, VCRs, DVD players, audio players, tapes, CDs, stereos, telephones, cell phones, PDAs, cameras, chargers, power adapters, printers, copiers, scanners, fax machines, ink and toner cartridges, networking equipment, cables, cords and connectors, lithium ion (rechargeable) batteries, digital cable boxes, MP3 players (iPOD, etc.), video game systems, stereo equipment, audio-video equipment, appliances (microwave, fitness equipment, vacuums, etc.).

PLEASE NOTE: A $10 donation/disposal fee is required for CRT computer/video monitors and TVs.

Located immediately adjacent to the drive-through shredding operation, Recycle Girl Ohio will assist you by unloading items to be recycled from your vehicle.  In most cases, you won't even need to unbuckle your seat belt! 

 

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October 2014 Villager posted

Download the October 2014 Villager newsletter.

 

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Beggar's Night

Beggar's Night is scheduled for Thursday, October 30, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 

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INCOME TAX BALLOT ISSUE - November 4, 2014

Learn More

 

Information

Review a series of articles that have appeared in the Villager newsletter ...
#1 - How did we get here?
#2 - Safety
#3 - Voters' Choice
#4 - Why is the Income Tax Increase Back on the November 4 Ballot?
#5 - What We've Been Hearing, Leaf Pick-up, Sanitary Sewers, Rainy Day Fund, Big-Ticket Projects

 

FAQs

General questions about income tax and property tax
Questions about the need or an income tax and how it will be spent


Charts & Spreadsheets

Tax Burden Comparison
Minerva Park General Fund 2011-2013
Where does the money come from for MP's general fund?
Where do your property taxes go?
Where do your Minerva Park income taxes go?

 

Timeline

February 4, 2014 - Election Results
Effective July 1, 2013 - Council repealed the 50% tax credit.

 

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Golf Course

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EMS, Founders Day, pool, halloween, cruiser, lake

 

contact...

Village of Minerva Park
2829 Minerva Lake Road
Columbus OH 43231
614.882.5743
614.899.1296 fax
directions - map

 

October Events

7 - 7p - Planning & Zoning

8 - 8a - Mayor's Court

10 - 5p - Villager Deadline

11 - 8a - Council Work Session

13 - 7p - Council Meeting

15 - 7p - MPCA Meeting

16 - 7:30p-8p - Candidates Night, Faith Life Family Church, 2580 Jordan Road

17 - 6p - Mayors Court

21 - 7p - Green Team

25 - 8-noon - Fall Clean-up

25 - 10a-2p - Shredding, Menard's parking lot, 1805 Morse Road

26 - 2p-4p- Halloween Party, Faith Life Family Church, 2580 Jordan Road

29 - 8a - Mayor's Court

30 - 12:30p-1:30p - Senior Sing-Along

30 - 6p-8p - Beggars Night