By 1808Delaware

It is very likely that while we had many common experiences in 2020 due to the pandemic, much of it depended on individual circumstances.

Much happened last year in the City of Westerville, and as we move through the new year, city leaders decided to look back and create a virtual presentation on what the community went through during 2020.

The State of the Community is presented virtually this year, and can be viewed below.

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