Street Closure Alert:
MVCA Mother's Day 5K Run/Walk
The Muirfield Association is pleased to pass
on the following message from the Muirfield Village
Civic Association. Please read this.
It mentions a temporary street closure for this exciting event.
MVCA Mother's Day 5K Run/Walk
This is a notice of an exciting community event happening in
your area! The MVCA Mother’s Day 5K Run/Walk will take
place on Saturday, May 9, 2015 starting and ending at The Country
Club at Muirfield Village, 8715 Muirfield Dr, Dublin, OH 43017.
Proceeds from this event are going to the Foundation for Women's Cancer.
We are taking this opportunity to inform you that the event
will take place along a route in your neighborhood and would
like to invite you to participate in the action!
You are welcome to be a part of the event by either participating or cheering on the runners!!
Detail Information for Residents:
Event enters your area at: 8:30 a.m.
Event leaves your area at: 10:00 a.m.
Police controlling traffic starting at: 8:00 a.m.
Muirfield Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic between
Carnoustie Drive and Muirfield Green approximately 8:15 to 10:00 am.
We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation
and we apologize for any inconvenience we may be causing you.
If you would like further information please call me at 614-761-9508.
Thank you for your understanding!
MVCA Mother’s Day Run Chair
The Muirfield Association would like to extend congratulations
to the newly elected and re-elected Board of Directors members
and Grounds & Facilities Committee members. Results are
listed in alphabetic order by last name.
Board of Directors:
Grounds & Facilities Committee:
Thank you again to everyone who ran for a position,
to those who voted, and to all who joined us at the annual meeting.
There have been reports from nearby neighborhoods of a
middle-aged white male driving around in an older green
pickup truck (possibly a Toyota Tundra).
Reports from neighbors state that he approaches
people with different excuses, such as asking if
they would like to buy a classic car or kayak,
expressing interest in what the neighbor is doing,
or just asking for help in general. It appears that he asks
different questions to different people, making his
behavior look very suspicious. Neighbors reported
that he has been seen around school start and dismissal hours,
but did not mention the school.
The police are aware, but if you see someone that fits this description,
please call the Dublin police immediately at 614-889-1112.
The Dublin Division of Police has received numerous calls recently concerning a suspicious person driving through neighborhoods in a green pickup truck while asking residents questions, taking pictures, or asking for medical assistance.
The Division of Police is aware of these complaints and has had many contacts with this subject. Officers have received no information alleging that this person has committed any criminal acts, and we have no information to lead us to believe he is a danger to himself or others.
We have, however, taken steps to try to provide some assistance to this individual through community resources.
Anyone with specific questions regarding these complaints can contact the office of the Chief of Police at the number listed below.
Heinz von Eckartsberg
Chief of Police