Open Position on Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel

The New Albany City Council has announced an opening on the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel.  The open position must be filled by a resident of the City of New Albany.  The Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel was established in 1997 as a means of implementing the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord.  The panel is comprised of nine total members with three representatives each from the City of New Albany, the City of Columbus, and Plain Township.  The panel evaluates rezoning applications within the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord land area and makes recommendations to the planning body of the jurisdiction where the land is located (Columbus, New Albany, or Plain Township).  The panel meets once per month on the third Thursday at 4:00 p.m. at New Albany Village Hall, as needed.

You can find more information, plus agendas, and minutes for past meetings by clicking here.

If you are already serving on a New Albany city board, you may also apply to for this open position.

To apply, complete our online form and upload your resume with home address here by clicking here. Please direct any questions to Clerk of Council Jennifer Mason at jmason@newalbanyohio.org. (Please note that any information we receive is a public record). The deadline to apply to be considered for the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel position is Wednesday, March 13, 2024.

As mentioned above, this position must be filled by a resident inside the New Albany city limits. If you do not know whether you live in the city limits, you can check your home’s tax district with Franklin County Auditor online.

Clerk Mason will collect the applications by the published deadline and provide them to council for consideration. Once a candidate is selected and confirmed, all applicants will be notified.