Tuttle Crossing Blvd. Construction

Tuttle Crossing Blvd. is being widened to five lanes west of I-270 to Wilcox Road. The second phase of this project has begun, causing lane closures at Tuttle Crossing and Emerald Parkway and traffic signal changes.
There will be additional lane restrictions with two lanes of traffic being maintained during the construction on Tuttle. Motorists should watch for road-construction crews and trucks entering the roadway and may experience some delays. The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2008, weather permitting.

The extension of Tuttle Crossing Blvd. from its current end at Wilcox to Avery Road is on the City of Dublin's project list, with design work set for 2008 and land acquisition in 2009. Construction, however has not yet been funded, at least thru 2012.

New Area Supermarket Opens

The 21st central Ohio location for grocer Giant Eagle is now open at the corner of Hayden Run and Cosgray Roads, just 2 1/2 miles from our community. The 24-hour supermarket also features a GetGo gas station which is open daily until 11 pm. Avoid all the traffic lights and congestion of Perimeter Loop and Avery and enjoy a trip through scenic Amlin and acres of (as of yet) undeveloped land!

Dublin Police Arrest Burglary Suspects

Dublin Police recently arrested two males suspected of burglarizing two homes in the neighboring Ballantrae subdivision. Morgan Keith Napier, 18, of 5474 Davidson Road and Joshua M. Adkins, 17, of 3584 Leap Road, were arrested on November 13 for two counts of burglary each. The charges are second-degree felonies.

Police believe the two males chose each home because in both cases there was an unlocked door, giving them easy access inside. In both instances, the families were home and asleep during the crimes. According to police, the suspects stole a laptop computer, credit cards and other personal identification information.

Dublin Police remind homeowners of some simple things you can do to minimize your risk of being a theft viction:

1  Don't keep valuables where they can be seen in vehicles.
2 Keep your house and garage doors closed and secured at all times.
3 If you witness a crime or something suspicious, call Dublin Police immediately.

The CCHOA also recommends that homeowners keep their outside lights ON at night. Since our community lacks street lights, this simple act can make Cramer's Crossing a safer place to live. Electric costs can be kept under control by simply replacing your outside incandescent light bulbs with energy efficient compact fluorescents (CFL's). Timers or electric eyes can also be installed on your exterior fixtures to make lighting up our neighborhood hassle free.
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