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Open Public Forum, Sunday 10/2, 1-2 p.m. COhatch Village Green, with David Robinson

“An informed and engaged citizenry is the basis of sound public policy.”

Dear Reader, I wanted to let you know that I’ll be hosting an open public forum this coming Sunday (10/2), from 1-2 p.m., at the COhatch facility on the Village Green (northeast corner, in the historic library building, at 752 High St #2, Worthington, OH 43085).

It would be great to see you there.

The purpose of this town hall forum is straightforward: as your elected representative, I want to hear your thoughts and exchange ideas about any city-related matter. This type of in-person, free-wheeling dialog is, or at least ought to be, at the heart of how we govern ourselves here in Worthington. The bulk of the time will be devoted to open-ended Q&A, facilitated by fellow resident and public servant, Joe Sherman. And if I don’t have an answer at the forum, I’ll follow up with city staff and get back with you afterwards. So come one, come all, see your neighbors, share your thoughts, be a citizen. 

David Robinson

David Robinson lives in Worthington with his wife, Lorraine, and their three children—one who attends Kilbourne Middle School, one who attends Phoenix Middle School, and one who is a graduate of the Linworth High School Program and Otterbein University. David is President and co-owner of Marcy Adhesives, Inc., a local manufacturing company. David has served on Worthington City Council since January, 2018, and is deeply committed to 1) advancing resident-centered policies, 2) supporting responsible development that enhances our unique historic character, 3) endorsing environmentally sustainable practices for both residents and city operations, 4) promoting the safety and well-being of all residents, and 5) preserving the walkable, tree-filled, distinctive, friendly nature of our neighborhoods.