Upper Arlington City Council expected to vote Aug. 23 on community center design team

 Upper Arlington City Council expected to vote Aug. 23 on community center design team

Upper Arlington is on a path to begin construction as soon as next year after receiving resounding support from voters for a plan to build a 95,300-square-foot community center at Kingsdale Shopping Center.   

Officials are expected to put a design team together this month that will launch the process for constructing the city’s first community center.  

Emma Speight, community-affairs director for the city, said a project timeline will become more clear after Upper Arlington City Council hires a design firm. That could happen before the end of August, she said.  

“Once selection of the design firm has been finalized and their contract has been initiated, the project team will focus on developing a … timeline that will map out anticipated community-engagement activities, public and formal review processes,” Speight said. “The design-team selection process is nearing completion, with plans to bring the recommended team to council in August. 

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