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Events, history and issues specific to the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington.

Maureen Reedy (OH House 24)

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Just in Time for the Primary: Show Your Support for President Obama and Turn UA Blue This Saturday!

signThe local airwaves are already full of campaigns ads for the Republican challengers in advance of Ohio's Primary on Super Tuesday, March 6, 2012.  As they tear each other and our President apart with their nasty rhetoric, we can promote a positive message and show unified support for our Democratic candidate!

Mike Schadek to Hold Community Meeting on March 1st

Maureen Reedy Campaign (Ohio House - 24th District)

Maureen Reedy photoMaureen Reedy is a 29-year veteran teacher at Wickliffe Progressive Community School in Upper Arlington City Schools and resides in Upper Arlington with her husband Tom, a teacher in Bexley City Schools. She has two children, Jackie and Dan, both of whom are students at the Ohio State University.

Coffee & Conversation - Library Levy and Mike Schadek

Coffee and Conversation logoCoffee and Conversation

Saturday, February 4, 2012, 10 am

UA Public Library Meeting Room A

Kathy Panning introduced the Library Levy Presentation: Ann Moore, Amy Sharpe, Ruth McNeil, Bill Shkurti, Kate Porter, board members and officials of the library.

Learn About the UA LIbrary Levy

Vote for the Library buttonThe Library Levy will be on the ballot on March 6, 2012.  The most important thing to know about the proposed levy is that it's not a tax increase. Homeowners will continue to pay the same tax rate for the library levy as they currently do.

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Upper Arlington Progressive Action
2134 Oakmount Rd.
Columbus, OH 43221
 
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Upper Arlington Progressive Action (UAPA) is a grassroots political action committee based in Upper Arlington, a conservative suburb of Columbus, Ohio. UAPA supports Democratic and progressive candidates and causes, and is entirely funded by donations from supporters. UAPA is run and governed solely by volunteers.
 
Upper Arlington Progressive Action gives Democratic and progressive voters an identity, voice and vehicle for action. UAPA members advocate for effective and efficient government that truly serves the needs of its people.
 

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Candidates' Night 2007

Leadership UA is proud to host its "Meet the candidates night" on Wednesday, October 24, from 7-9 p.m., 3600 Tremont Road.

Want to hear answers to these questions?:

  • What is your vision for Kingsdale?
  • How do you plan to solve the overcrowding at UA's basketball facilities and indoor swimming pools?
  • What is your answer to overcrowding at the Senior Center and where can Life and Leisure classes meet?
  • What have you learned from the church purchase failure?
  • What role do you see City Council taking in making changes within the schools?
  • Is the Council empowered to interfere with the school system in any way?
  • How do you propose to make UA Green?
  • How should appointments be made to boards and commissions?
  • Are UA citizens safer because of the sexual predator legislation passed this year?
  • What is your opinion on privatizing trash pick up?
  • What is the best way to lobby City Council?

The evening includes details on the pending Schools levy, a chance to hear from and ask questions of the three School Board candidiates (for three seats) and the five City Council candidates (for three seats). Call 487-8131 for additional details.

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