BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS FOR JULY WILL BE HELD ON THE 2ND & 16TH AT 5:00 PM

24Apr

TARPS

Sylvania Township trustees have voted to contribute $2,500 toward Sunday bus service by TARPS for bus transportation on Sundays. The funds will go to the Area Office on Aging which has taken a lead role in getting TARPS service resumed after it and other services were curtailed in a cost-saving move by TARTA. The contribution …

23Apr

Public Meeting – Monroe Street Bridge Closure over US 23

11Apr

RADIOS FOR STFD

The Sylvania Township trustees have approved to accept a bid from Motorola to allow for the purchase of a number of radios for the township fire department. The cost of the equipment will be considerably reduced with funding from a grant announced last year from the Federal Emergency Management Administration of more than $700,000 to …

11Apr

VARIANCES APPROVED FOR NEW RESTAURANTS

Zoning variances have been approved by the Sylvania Township board of zoning appeals which will allow for the development of two new restaurants in the area. The board approved an exception to a requirement that the BrintĀ  Road frontage for the former Village InnĀ be 35 feet from the road. An addition planned for the east …

11Apr

MERCY HEALTH GLASS CITY MARATHON TRAFFIC INFORMATION

The Mercy Health Glass City Marathon will be held on Sunday, April 28, 2019. Officers will be directing traffic to help facilitate the ease of traffic and the safety of those participating in the event. The route is a little different this year. You can check out specific course information and route at https://glasscitymarathon.org. There …

9Apr

BUCKEYE CABLE

Buckeye Cable began installing the infrastructure for its cable service in 1965. At that, Ohio law authorized local governments, including Sylvania Townships, to grant franchises to cable operators. The primary purpose of franchise laws was to regulate the number of cable companies installing wiring in each local community. Ohio law has been changed and the …

29Mar

RESCUE

“The effort, talent, and dedication,” of members of the Sylvania Township fire department were praised during a recognition of members of the department at a recent meeting of township trustees. The words were spoken by a man with knowledge of firefighter/paramedics. Captain Brian DeGardeyn, a long-time member of the Cleveland Fire Department. He didn’t make …

27Mar

DRUNK DRIVING

Don’t Drink and Drive is an axiom often heard, but not as often listened to. An unremarked upon line in the Sylvania Township police department’s monthly report has some information which might cause some drivers to heed that statement. In the first two months of this year, township police have issued 26 drunk driving citations. …

8Mar

RETIRING AFTER 29 YEARS OF SERVICE

It’s been a long road, pretty literally, for Curtis Snapp who will soon retire after 29 years of service with the Sylvania Township road department. Mr. Snapp’s long career and his dependability were recognized recently at a meeting of the Sylvania Township trustees. It’s been a lot of years of clearing township roads of snow …

4Mar

GUN

Alert police work can sometimes turn the most mundane call for service into something far from the usual. A Sylvania Township police officer, one recent night, was dispatched to look into a complaint about a car parked in a reserved for the handicapped spot at the Walmart, 5821 West Central. After locating the vehicle, the …

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