Powell/Lewis Center

Powell City Council Highlights

23 Jan , 2019  

At its January 15 meeting, Powell City Council acted on two pieces of legislation which address two projects aimed at enhancing local quality of life. They included:

Proposed athletic training facility moved to second reading

City Council reviewed an ordinance to approve a combined preliminary and final development plan for Carney Ranker Architects, LTD. to construct Redline Athletic Facility on Woodcutter Drive.

Redline Athletics is a youth athletic training facility. The second reading for the proposed plan is scheduled for the next City Council meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 29.

Underground power easement for Seldom Seen Park approved

City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to grant an easement and right of way to the Ohio Power Company for underground power for the new Seldom Seen Park.

Seldom Seen Park is a 23-acre park site along the north side of Seldom Seen Road west of the railroad tracks. The site is currently under construction and is slated to open later this year. The park will feature several athletic fields, an extensive wetland and a natural playground area.

The next Powell City Council meeting will be held at 7:30 PM on Tuesday, January 29 in the Municipal Building Council Chambers, 47 Hall Street.

Source: City of Powell


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