Vision Statement for the Muirfield Association Civic Action Committee (CAC)
The Civic Action Committee seeks to shape the future of Muirfield Village by preserving and protecting its exceptional beauty and high quality standards. This is accomplished by strongly advocating for changes or projects that meet or exceed these standards and opposing those that detract from them.
The Muirfield Civic Action Committee is a group of about 15 residents who work with City and other officials
to advocate on issues of importance to Muirfield residents.
The CAC discusses local developments, like the placement of a water tower,
the need for bike lanes and paths, proposed development of vacant land in and adjacent to Muirfield
– all with the interest of keeping Muirfield the excellent community it is.
This sometimes involves organizing a coalition with neighboring HOAs.
During election years, the CAC analyzes the impact of proposed tax
increases and provides that to residents,
and in contested local elections the CAC addresses candidates
with questions of interest to homeowners here.
Among its most notable accomplishments was working with
American Electric Power to secure $14 million in upgrades
to the electrical infrastructure delivering power to Muirfield homes.
Mr. Bob Fathman is this year’s chairman with Greg Beswick, Rob Carlisle, Eva Cioffari, Charlotte Coomer, Michele Fortson, Debbie Gibson, Mike Grodhaus, Barry Halpern, Christine Kuret, John League, Paula Linehan, Tanya Mathew, Robin Miller and Tom Oleksa included in the committee.
Any resident is welcome to join this group advocating for Muirfield with City of Dublin officials,
developers, utilities and others who can affect our community.
The group meets one evening every other month, usually the 2nd Tuesday, 7 pm,
in the home of Chair, Bob Fathman. Email
for additional information.