CENTRAL COLLEGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY RESIDENTS:
Election December 4th to select 2 new resident Trustees
What is the Central College Community Development Authority?
A CDA is a public board that has been established to generate revenue to help address financial impacts of new development on the need for infrastructure improvements. The CDA collects 4 mils annually for 20 years, paid with your property taxes.
Why is there an election this December 4th?
As the population of the District grows, the seven appointed members of the Board of Trustees that governs the CDA are gradually replaced with elected residents of the District. Last year residents elected the first resident trustee. This year residents will elect 2 resident trustees to replace 2 of the initial appointed trustees.
What are the 2012 Election Details?
The election will be held in the Community Center at Upper Albany West, 6100 Delcastle Drive from 4:30 to 7:30 pm on Tuesday December 4, 2012. All residents of the CDA district 18 years or older are eligible to vote. Please bring proof of residency (ID or utility bill).
What does a CDA Board Trustee do?
The Central College CDA is governed by a seven member Board of Trustees. All Trustees are unpaid; they manage the business of the CDA. They meet 2-3 times per year during their two-year term to certify the charge, establish a budget and authorize expenditures.
What do I do if I want to be a Trustee?
Those wishing to be listed on the ballot in advance must declare their interest and submit their name, address and full contact information to the contact listed below by NOON November 30th, 2012. They should also provide a one-page candidate statement with pertinent biographical information and reason for wishing to be a Trustee.
Attn: Jason Francis
3 Easton Oval - Suite 310
Columbus, Ohio 43219
Or email: email@example.com
Basic foundational documents are available by clicking on the live links below:
Community Development Authority District Map