BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS FOR APRIL WILL BE HELD ON THE 7TH & 21ST @ 5PM

8Apr

PICKUP

Sylvania Township trustees have approved a contract with Archbold Refuse Service Inc., for the township’s household item pickup service this year through 2022. Archbold will be paid $375 per ton of items collected in each year of the three-year contract, according to Rob Nash, superintendent of the township road and service department, They will also …

8Apr

APPRECIATE

The Sylvania Township community’s gestures of appreciation to its safety forces, “have been absolutely phenomenal,” according to Fire Chief Mike Ramm. His thoughts were seconded with an “It’s getting like Christmas around here,” from Lt. Sarah Toth, of the Sylvania Township police department. Both were referring to the community’s support of firefighters and police officers …

8Apr

OMNI

OMNI Properties, Inc, has filed a notice of appeal in Lucas County Common Pleas Court for the denial of a conditional use permit to allow for the construction of a residential care facility at 4752 and 4828 Whiteford Rd. The request for the permit was denied last month by the Sylvania Township Board of Zoning …

2Apr

NOTICE OF SYLVANIA TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING

The Sylvania Township Trustees will hold a Regular Meeting at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. The public may attend the meeting electronically via telephone at (877) 568-4106 using the Access Code 677-255-877 or via their computer, tablet or smartphone at https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/677255877. If any citizen would like to test the technology in advance of …

31Mar

JEDD DOCUMENTS

The proposed contract and exhibits, including all documentation required by law, for the creation of the Sylvania Township/City of Sylvania Joint Economic Development District (Sylvania JEDD I) are on file with the office of the Sylvania Township Fiscal Officer. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the present closure of Township Hall lobby, the documents may …

26Mar

BRUSH

The annual spring pickup of brush and leaves will begin April 20, as opposed to the originally scheduled beginning of April 13, according to Rob Nash, Sylvania Township road superintendent. He said the delay is primarily due to social distancing recommendations in response to the coronavirus, causing what he termed to be “personnel logistics” issues. …

25Mar

REPORT

Have you ever wondered how many feet of storm sewers were improved by the Sylvania Township road department repaired last year? How about the total number of calls for fire and emergency medical service or the total number of zoning permits issued by that office of the township? Those answers and many others are available …

25Mar

SAFETY

It may not be business quite as usual for the Sylvania Township safety forces, but service to the public remains the top priority and is basically unchanged. Both Fire Chief Mike Ramm and Police Chief Paul Long said the steps they’ve taken are meant to reduce the possibility of contagion by the coronavirus currently upsetting …

10Mar

HILLARD

Shane Hillard, a 19-year Sylvania Township firefighter has been appointed to be what is probably the first fire marshal in the department. The position was created, in part, to take over the duties of recently-retired Deputy Chief Michael Froelich. Assistant Fire Chief Chris Nye told Sylvania Township trustees that Mr. Hillard has been the department’s …

10Mar

LIFT

Sylvania Township trustees have approved a fee to be charged when the Sylvania Township fire department is called to lift a patient or resident who has fallen in a faciity. The fee will be assessed when called on a non-emergency basis to a public or private medical or health care facility, or a custodial care …

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