“I have called Dublin home my entire life and am continuously inspired by the passion and involvement of Dublin residents in all aspects of the city. On City Council, I look forward to ensuring that the City continues to retain and grow a strong workforce while also developing an infrastructure that supports those who call Dublin home.” - Amy Kramb
Amy Kramb is a life-long resident of Dublin. Prior to her election to City Council, Kramb served seven years on the Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission and two years on the Dublin Architectural Review Board. Kramb is an active member of the Dublin Historical Society, where she recently served two years as the Society’s Vice President. Kramb is also President of the East Dublin Civic Association, a post which she has held since 2016. Kramb graduated from Dublin High School, The Ohio State University and Capital University Law School. Kramb is a professional architectural historian and attorney who owns and operates KrambConsulting LLC, an historic preservation and environmental planning firm in Dublin. Since 2014, Kramb has served on the governor-appointed Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board (OHSPAB), which nominates Ohio properties to the National Register of Historic Places. Through her volunteer work with the OHSPAB, Kramb also serves on various state historic preservation grant and award committees. Kramb resides off Riverside Drive with her husband Adam Kendell and son Steven.
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