November 5 General Election - Local Ballot Issue Synopsis
Issue #46 - Rezoning of Northeast Corner of SR91 and Glenwood Drive (Parcel 64-05379)
CITY OF TWINSBURG – Proposed Zoning Amendment
Shall Ordinance 57-2019 rezoning 19.20 acres of land owned by the City and located adjacent to the northeast corner of SR91 and Glenwood Drive and further identified as Parcel No. 64-05379 from current planned unit development and public facilities use to R-5 single family cluster district zoning be adopted?
Council legislation pertaining to placing Issue 46 on the ballot.
Issue #47 - Rezoning of Northeast Corner of SR91 and Glenwood Drive (Parcel 64-08056)
CITY OF TWINSBURG – Proposed Charter Amendment
Shall Ordinance 58-2019 rezoning .8045 acres of land owned by the City and located at the northeast corner of SR91 and Glenwood Drive and further identified as Parcel No. 64-08056 from current C-1 commercial use to R-5 single family cluster district zoning be adopted?
Specific information on candidates can be found by entering your voter information on the Board of Elections website here.
On November 5, 2019 Twinsburg Voters will be asked to decide if 2 city-owned parcels at the corner of Glenwood Drive & Darrow Road should be rezoned to R-5. The R-5 classification would allow for the development of a maintenance free community with first floor masters ideal for our growing empty nester population. This video offers the voters a visual concept of what this proposed redevelopment may look like.
1173.23 BUSINESS SIGNS; NUMBER, LOCATION AND AREA REGULATIONS
(f) Political Signs. Political signs shall be permitted in all zoning districts and shall not exceed six (6) square feet in area per sign. Not more than one (1) sign per issue(s) or candidate on any single lot or building may be placed. Political Signs may be placed seven (7) days prior to the first date that votes may be cast on, and must be removed within five (5) days after any primary, general or special election. No political sign shall be located with any public right of way or on any other public property. Any political sign placed within the public right of way or on public property may be removed and destroyed, without notice by the Building Commissioner or his agent. (Ord. 119-2010. Passed 11-23-10.)