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Financial Budgets

Draft 2023-2024 Budget Heads to Council

The fall of each even-numbered year marks a busy time for the City as departments develop their proposed budgets for the next two years. The results of that effort come before Council starting in November, with a series of public hearings that look at the different budget components. The City’s financial position remains strong despite recent inflationary and supply chain…

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Police Operations Study Complete

For all the City services we provide to the community, it makes sense to periodically go through an evaluation process, to see how our operations compare to other agencies and to identify best practices that could be incorporated here, while also seeking opportunities for efficiencies. In the case of our Police Division, utilizing the expertise of an outside consultant to…

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Pumpkin Patrol Officer Goodman

Preparing for Beggar’s Night with the Pumpkin Patrol

The Halloween decorations adorning homes in UA each year hold their own against the Christmas holidays. From houses covered in eerie cobwebs to porches decorated with jack-o-lanterns, gravestones in front yards to flying witches hanging from trees, by the time Beggar’s Night actually rolls around, children are practically dying with anticipation to put on their costumes and head out for…

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Steve Schoeny

The 2022 Community Survey Results Are In

With a community of over 35,000 residents and 13,000 households that are made up of busy people from different backgrounds, it is hard to get a sense of what “The Community” thinks. We do community meetings, council meetings, zoom meetings, booths at community events, email, podcasts, newsletters and websites on a regular basis. And every three to five years, we…

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Murder Case Closed After Four Decades

The City of Upper Arlington’s Police Chief, Steve Farmer, has announced that the Police Division has resolved and closed a decades-old cold case homicide with the help of DNA technology. The body of the eight-year-old victim, Asenath Dukat, was discovered on June 3, 1980 in a creek bed located on the grounds of First Community Village. Chief Farmer stated that…

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