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Dublin, Ohio—“Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow”

Dublin, 2010 U.S. Census population 41,751, area 21.1 sq mi, is an Ohio city in Franklin, Delaware, and Union counties. Dublin is served by ZIP codes 43016 and 43017 and by area code 614.

A suburb of Columbus, Dublin hosts the annual Memorial Tourament, a favorite stop on the PGA Tour. Home to several golf courses, including Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield, Dublin is also home to many who love the game.

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Dublin News

Kentucky AG Sues Ohio-Based Cardinal Health Over Opioid Crisis. Kentucky's attorney general has added a lawsuit by his state to the more than 300 that have been filed against one of Ohio's biggest companies, accusing the company of playing a big role in creating the opioid crisis. The lawsuit accuses Cardinal Health of unfair, misleading and deceptive business practices. WVIZ-TV Cleveland, Feb 19 2018 7:31 PM.

Many of the Hilltop's problems can be traced to opioid epidemic, panelist says. Mayor Andrew Ginther brought his State of Columbus Neighborhood Conversations road show to the Hilltop Tuesday night. Around 200 people came to the J. Ashburn, Jr. Boys & Girls Club to hear the mayor and a panel of experts talk about issues revolving around opioid addiction, public health and Celebrate One - an initiative designed to reduce the infant mortality rate. The Columbus Dispatch, Feb 13 2018 8:51 PM.

Safety in retail, restaurant, hospitality sectors challenged by high turnover. High turnover in the retail, restaurant and hospitality industries challenges efforts to train employees to prevent workplace injuries, according to risk managers. Some of the biggest causes of workplace accidents and injuries in these sectors are falls, cuts, burns, lifting, pulling and pushing, and falling objects, according to experts speaking at the 2018 CLM & Business Insurance Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference in Dallas on Thursday. Business Insurance, Feb 9 2018 12:34 PM.

UPDATE 1-Cardinal Health's raises profit forecast on tax benefit. The company's medical unit, which absorbed the Medtronic business, posted a 19 percent jump in quarterly revenue to $4 billion as it sold more branded medical and surgical products. However, quarterly profit in Cardinal's largest business, the pharmaceuticals unit that distributes generic and branded drugs, fell 4 percent to $514 million, hurt partly by the performance of its generic drug program. Reuters, Feb 8 2018 8:52 AM.

Dublin City Notices

Z Cucina Patio. Case 18-008 - Minor Project Review - 6584 Riverside Drive Feb 22 2018 9:57 AM.

School Safety Message from Dublin Police. Dublin Police join Dublin City Schools in assuring parents that student safety is our top priority. Police are aware of various rumors and hoaxes circulating in Dublin and around the country. We are confident there are no credible threats to any Dublin schools or students. ### Media contact: Lindsay Weisenauer Senior Public Information Officer 614.410.4504 Desk 614.704.9742 Cell lweisenauer@dubl... Feb 22 2018 5:38 AM.

Council Agenda – Monday, February 26, 2018. Monday, February 26, 2018 6 p.m. Council Chambers City Hall, 5200 Emerald Parkway CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION To consider the purchase of property for public purposes Conferences with an attorney for the public body concerning disputes involving the public body that are the subject of pending or imminent court action   RECONVENE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE SPECIAL RECOGNIT... Feb 20 2018 5:58 AM.

Dublin Direct – February 2018. A monthly briefing for Dublins Homeowner Associations and their members. Feb 20 2018 5:42 AM.

Dublin Data

Dublin was founded on 400 acres of land purchased by Huntingdon, Pennsylvania brothers Benjamin and Peter Sells as a gift to their brother John, who arrived with his family in 1808.

John Sells’ partner John Shields, an Irish surveyor, named the new settlement: “If I have the honor conferred upon me to name your village, with the brightness of the morn, and the beaming of the sun on the hills and dales surrounding this beautiful valley, it would give me great pleasure to name your new town after my birthplace, Dublin, Ireland.”

Golf legend and Columbus native Jack Nicklaus is a Dublin resident.

Only a small town with 681 residents in 1970, Dublin’s population had grown to 5,000 in 1987, when it was officially recognized as a city, and has grown to over 41,000 today. This boom was fueled by construction of I-270, location in Dublin of several major corporate headquarters, and the attraction of the Muirfield Village Golf Club and the surrounding residential area.

Dublin is home to a number of companies, including including Ashland Inc., Cardinal Health, Wendy’s, and OCLC.