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Upper Arlington

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

Story Archive - 2016

Events of 2016, including the presidential primaries and election.

Story Archive - 2015

Stories that took place during 2015, including UA Council races (Carolyn Casper won a seat!) and redistricting reform for state legislators (Issue 1 passed) and an abortive attempt to pass marijuana legalization (Issue 3).

Story Archive - 2014

Stories taking place during 2014, including the midterm elections.

2016 Blue Brunch

UAPA periodically hosts the Blue Brunch as a fundraiser for our organization. Funds from this event are used to support educational events, contributions to progressive candidates, and political activities such as getting out the vote.

Congratulations, Carolyn!

UAPA congratulates Carolyn Casper on her recent election to Upper Arlington City Council.

Carolyn Casper for UA City Council

Carolyn Casper photoCarolyn Casper has been a valued member of UAPA's Executive Board for a number of years and her fellow Board members support her candidacy for UA City Council. Two of our long-term board members, Melissa and Herb Hedden comment:

The Scoop on Mindy Lambert, UA School Board Candidate.

This article is reprinted courtesy of the author, John Perry:

 
Mindy Lambert came to our door one recent evening. When I answered, she thrust a 5.5 x 8.5 color glossy card in my hand, said she was running for school board, gave a quick smile and turned and left without waiting for a reply. So I did a little research...
 

Northam Park Redevelopment

The planned redevelopment of Northam Park has created quite a bit of controversy. Issues such as placement of the tennis courts and removal of large numbers of mature trees have many UA residents concerned. If you want to know more, read the following:

Take the UAPA Survey!

Help UAPA become a better organization. Please take our 10-question survey by May 3, 2015. Thanks!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3K85DYT

 

How Cuts in State Taxes Will Cost YOU Money

Robbing Peter to pay … Who?

Thanks to the Kasich administration policy of eliminating the estate tax and cutting funding for local government, Upper Arlington may never be the same.  The duty of supporting our city is falling directly on our shoulders. And it is a heavy burden as cuts threaten the reasons why we choose to live in our lovely town.

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