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BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS FOR JANUARY WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY ON THE 5th & 19th @ 5PM

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15Jan

2021 ZONING BOARDS

The two Sylvania Township public bodies concerned with zoning issues have held their organizational meetings for the year. The Board of Zoning Appeals has re-elected Don Miller as its chairman. Greg LaManna was re-elected as vice-chairman. The board will meet at 5 p.m. on the first Monday of each month,  although holidays may require alternate

15Jan

FIRE DEPARTMENT PROMOTIONS

Sylvania Township trustees have approved the promotion of two members of the township fire department. They approved the recommendation of Sylvania Township Fire Chief Mike Ramm that Jeffrey Bennett be promoted to captain.  Capt. Bennett has been serving as an acting captain in charge of training. His promotion resulted in a vacancy for a lieutenant

15Jan

2021 TRUSTEE MEETINGS

The Sylvania Township Board of Trustees has re-elected John Crandall as chairman for this year.  John Jennewine was also re-elected as vice-chairman. The board determined that meetings will continue to be on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, beginning at 5 p.m. Trustees changed the time they will hear zoning matters to 5:30

13Jan

Notice of Regular Meeting – 1/19/2021

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING OF THE SYLVANIA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Sylvania Township Trustees will hold a Regular Meeting at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. 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

13Jan

2020 Housing Permits

Housing permits for the construction of single-family homes in Sylvania Township reached 106 last year, an increase over the previous year’s total of an even 100. The number 100 is thought of as an unofficial sign reflecting healthy local economic activity. John Crandall, chairman of the Sylvania Township trustees, said, “That’s a good sign,” particularly

13Jan

LEAVES COMPLETED

Earlier his month, the Sylvania Township Road Department completed its job of making three sweeps collecting leaves from along the township roadways, a task which was in question earlier in the process. Rob Nash, superintendent of the road and service department, said this season trees dropped their leaves earlier than usual making progress slower. He

7Jan

Zoning Commission Meeting – January 13, 2021 @ 6PM

This meeting will be held virtually. Please use the login information below to access the meeting. Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/748594253 You can also dial in using your phone. United States (Toll Free): 1 866 899 4679 United States: +1 (224) 501-3318 Access Code: 748-594-253

4Jan

STPD Recognized

The Community Affairs officers of the Sylvania Township Police Department were recently recognized by channel 13 ABC as First Responders of the Week. They were nominated by the Sylvania School District for the honor, although their duties go beyond their work in the schools within the township.  Tim Zieroff, assistant superintendent of Sylvania Schools, said

18Dec

Christmas Tree Drop-Off Site

Sylvania Township will offer a FREE Christmas Tree Drop-Off site for Township residents located at the Administration Building, 4927 Holland-Sylvania Road.  The drop-off site is located at the southwest corner of the parking lot.  Place your tree inside the orange fence area.  Remove plastic bags, all decorations, tinsel, and lights. The drop-off site starts December

16Dec

NEW PUMPER AND AMBULANCE

The Sylvania Township Fire Department will place orders for a new fire pumper and an ambulance, based on recent approval by the township trustees Deputy Fire Chief Chris Nye said the Sylvania Township Fire Department had hoped to have the new pumper on duty later this year, but officials were told that what was usually

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