Attorneys & Professionals
Joe Miller, a partner in the Columbus office, was quoted in an Olentangy Valley News story regarding about a pending Powell City Council vote on the rezoning of a parcel of land. According to the story, Powell residents voted in 2015 to block a zoning change needed for the development of 47 standalone condominium units at the site. The new proposal, pending before council, calls for the construction of 48 single-family houses on the site.
The story states:
“According to the charter, ‘Ordinances rejected or repealed by an electoral vote shall not be re-enacted, in whole or in part, except by an electoral vote.’
Joseph R. Miller, Pivar's attorney, said another ballot issue would not be necessary because council would not be re-enacting legislation rejected by voters. He said the new plan is considerably different compared with the old proposal and noted the developer has requested different zoning.”
To read the entire story, visit the Olentangy Valley News website.