Our supplement to a Business First article featuring Craig...

Read CBF full article within.  From 1856-1980 the population of New Albany fluxuated modestly between 50 and 414 people.  In those times the great industry of the area was the New Albany Lumber Mill - originally Wilkins Mill - or fishing in the headwaters of the Rocky Fork Creek (To satisfy a nostalgic longing we are eagerly hunting photographs of this timeperiod).  How did the community go from a sleepy Hamlet to a population of almost 8,000 with some of the best schools in Ohio in three decades?  Columbus Business First interviewed Craig Tuckerman while discovering just that. 

One homebuilder continues to mine residential gold in New Albany. Craig Tuckerman, president of Tuckerman Home Group, said he continues to build new homes in New Albany for several reasons. First, new construction and buying continue to garner attention, encouraging him to purchase viable lots. Tuckerman has built more than 30 homes in New Albany, and recently purchased 11 empty lots “because we have faith the buyers are there,” he said. His company is “busy as we have ever been in New Albany,” and he expects that trend to continue. He has heard “a lot of optimism,” including from potential buyers, so said he will continue to build there.

Looking for a great home in one of Central Ohio's best school districts?

"Public schools and districts in Ohio this year received letter grades -- A through F -- based on students' success last year.  The revamped report-card system is, in some ways, more complex than in previous years.  The state won't issue overall grades until 2015.  Until then (this) is what the state uses to determine a school's grade: Achievement, Graduation, Value-Added Features, Gap Closing." --The Dispatch, Friday August 23, 2013.  Please enjoy the glowing report details on the Olentangy, Bexley, Gahanna-Jefferson, and New Albany-Plain school districts within this post.

Read What The Co-founder of The New Albany Company Has To Say About New Albany in 2016

"Co-founder and chairman of The New Albany Company, Jack Kessler is one of central Ohio’s most accomplished real estate developers and influential civic leaders.  The developer of numerous residential communities across the country, Kessler’s commitment to the evolution of New Albany was both professional and very personal.  Along with his cofounder, Les Wexner, Kessler was among its first residents." Read more for his entire letter:

Levy passes in Olentangy district, other results mixed

"Olentangy district residents were voting on a combined issue featuring three parts: a 5.9-mill permanent operating levy, a 1-mill permanent improvement levy and a no-new-millage bond issue to build a fourth high school...The operating levy will be used to pay for additional teachers, utilities and supplies. The improvement levy will go to maintain facilities...Olentangy Superintendant Mark Raiff says, 'I keep telling people I'm looking forward to Olentangy writing the next chapter of our great story.'" Dispatch Story by Shannon Gilchrist within.

"Dad, Can I borrow A Hundred Dollars?"

Me: Why do ask?

Six-Year-Old: Jaiden wants to buy a house.

It was in this way that I became like the Federal Reserve last Sunday morning, making my daughter...Fannie Mae? Although no legal tender exchanged hands, a great educational opportunity presented itself. My attempt at keeping up the metaphor using up-to-date info and her questions and artwork within:

Lisa Theado, Head of Sales, The Tuckerman Home Group

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