Listen to the Woodland Meadows development proposal and the public comments made at a joint meeting of Bexley Board of Education and Bexley City Council on Thursday April 10, 2008.
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This is a recording of Thursday April 10, 2008 joint meeting of Bexley Board of Education and Bexley City Council. The meeting began at 7:00 p.m. at the cafeteria in the Cassingham Complex.
In attendance were the board of education, the city council, and Mayor John M. Brennan.
Dr. Michael L. Johnson, superintendent of schools, attended as the representative of the Bexley City School District.
Members of city council who attended were council president Matt Lampke and members Ben Kessler, Robyn Jones, Mark Masser, Jed Morison and Rick Weber. Councilman Jeff McClelland had previously requested that he be excused from attendance.
Members of the board of education who were present for the public meeting were Diane Peterson, Andy Sutter, Joan Fishel, Steve Grossman and Craig Halliday.
Pro bono technical support for this recording was provided to WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM by Signa Tour Sound and Recording Studio of Whitehall. The audio links below are provided by volunteer Wilson Burrows of Upper Arlington.
The joint meeting opened with the pledge of allegiance.
Paul Kolada was the first speaker. He is a resident of Bexley and member of Bexley Athletics Boosters. Kolada described the proposal to acquire the Woodland Meadows property and supplied pertinent data and graphics.
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Meeting Part 1
Meeting Part 2
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