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William R. Logan

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Karmel Woodward Park Civic Association

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William Logan
President, Karmel Woodward Park Civic Association; Coordinator, Northland Area Graphics Task Force WRL Lighting Tech wrlogan@msn.com (614) 846-1089


www.athleticbusiness.com

For the Northland Swim Club, "it's a year-to-year proposition" on whether the pool will open, said Bill Logan of the Karmel Woodward Park Civic Association and an adviser to the pool at 500 Almont Dr., which is marking its 50th anniversary.
The Northland pool was built and is still run by a community board, which has remained in business thanks to support from residents and businesses, Logan said. "It costs $11,000 to fill the pool every year," Logan said. Natural-gas and other utility costs are rising. When a $5,000 pump broke down, the business community came to Northland's aid. "They understand that the pool is an asset to the neighborhood," he said. "When the pool closes, the general area tends to decline." Northland's membership declined over the years as the neighborhood's population aged, but it is on the way back up. The pool offers its services for a fee to outside groups such as day-care centers, and it gained a dozen or so members from Olympic. Logan said Northland and the Northwest Swim Club at 1064 Bethel Rd. probably are the only two privately operated outdoor pools left in Columbus from the glory days. As for how many there will be next year, Logan can promise only that Northland "will be opening this summer."


www.thisweeknews.com

When originally conceived and built in the mid-1960s, the Northland Swim Club had roughly three times the number of members it has now, said Karmel-Woodward Park Civic Association President William Logan, an ardent booster of the pool in his neighborhood.
"We certainly have capacity to accept the Olympic families, and quite frankly, more, up here," Logan said. "It is a business," Logan noted. "It requires funding ... but a number of the members and folks in the neighborhood stepped up to contribute and volunteer time to secure the economic viability of the pool." The Northland Swim Club operates in the black now, he said, although not by much. "With increased membership, that would give us the opportunity to continue to improve the facilities," Logan said. "We've wanted for years and years to replace the concession stand and budgetary restrictions have prevented that. "With increased funds, there will be increased facilities to support those needs." Logan added that talks are underway among club directors about once again obtaining nonprofit status for the facility.


www.dispatch.com

One of those critics is William Logan, who counted broken streetlights this month along Rt. 161 in the Northland area.
Logan, who directs the Karmel-Woodward Park Civic Association, looked at every streetlight along the route from Sinclair Road to Ponderosa Drive and found 63 of 175 had burned out. "Enough is enough," Logan said. Logan said the city should have someone drive around at night to look for problem areas. Logan said working streetlights make driving in an area safer. The intersection of Rt. 161 and Maple Canyon Avenue, through which 40,500 vehicles pass each day, was recently rated the fourth-worst for crashes in central Ohio. Logan said many of the nonworking lights were at major intersections, including Sinclair Road and Rt.161.


www.dispatch.com

"We understand they are understaffed and overworked," William Logan, a Northland community leader, said of code-enforcement officers.
Logan said he and other volunteers removed 6,400 signs in the rights of way along Northland streets. He said business owners put up banners or signs every Saturday and Sunday, violating the city's graphics code. They do it then, Logan said, because they know that no code-enforcement officers are around on weekends. The officers are "the ones who have to witness it. That's not correct," said Logan, president of the Karmel-Woodward Park Civic Association.


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