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 in the recently issued Sylvania Township 2019 Annual Report.
In most cases the head of each township department has written an overview of his/her department and its activities through the preceding year.
In addition, several statistics involving specific activities of each department are included in this year’s 17-page report.
John Crandall, chairman of the board of Sylvania Township trustees, said that he is aware of the work it takes to put out such a report, “but I think it’s important for us to let the taxpayers know what we’ve been doing.
“The department heads and everyone else involved have done a good job in providing a handy reference for our citizens,” Mr. Crandall said.
The report was coordinated and compiled by Samantha Didion, township administrative assistant and IT coordinator.
Oh, The road department improved 2,824 ft. of storm sewer, the total calls for service to fire/EMS was 6,603 and the zoning department issued a total of 537 permits.
The entire report is available at the news section at www.sylvaniatownship.com.
Written by: Mike Jones, Public Information Officer
Published Date: March 25, 2020
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