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Recycle Political Signs, this Saturday: drop-off at my Worthington house if you want

You can easily recycle your political signs and metal hangers this Saturday, 8-12, at the Bill McDonald Athletic Complex (4990 Olentangy River Rd., Cols, OH 43214).  All paper, plastic and coroplast signs (including metal stands) will be accepted and recycled free-of-charge.

For convenience, if you would rather drop off your signs/hangers at my house (before 11 a.m. Saturday please), I will take them to the site for you.  Our home address is 195 E Dublin Granville Rd (on the southwest corner of Dublin Granville and Plymouth; our gravel parking area is on Plymouth St., which is where you can drop off your signs).  fyi, Plymouth is the third street east of High Street, half a dozen houses or so after the Sharon Memorial Hall (with the artillery gun in front).


Here are a couple of links to the event if interested:

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.