Using single-family dwelling permits as a guide, economic activity in Sylvania Township has been robust. In a report to the Sylvania Township trustees, the planning and zoning department showed a year-to-date total of those permits issued through the end of August was 93, well above the 65 such permits issued in the same period the
Sylvania Township trustees have asked Lucas County commissioners to design and construct improvements to Hartman Ditch and declare it a public watercourse. Rob Nash, superintendent of the Sylvania Township road and services department, said the Lucas County engineer’s office has suggested this as the best alternative for the county to get to the ditch and
Although the leaves have not yet begun their annual cascade in earnest in Sylvania Township, road department crews have tested and prepared the necessary equipment to start the annual leaf collection process which will begin Oct. 12. Leaf collection will continue until the township completes its last cycle beginning Nov. 30. Each cycle through the
Five Lakes Church, formerly the McCord Road Christian Church, has been granted an extension of their conditional use permit to construct a church at Mitchaw and Holt roads. The permit was first approved two years ago, but was about to lapse because construction had not yet begun. Dary Graus, manager of the Sylvania Township office
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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, September 21, 2021. The public may attend the meeting in person or electronically via telephone at (877) 568-4106 using the Access Code 677-255-877 or via their computer, tablet, or smartphone
Ghosts and goblins will be free to roam the streets of Sylvania Township on October 31 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., according to action taken by Sylvania Township trustees. In addition to the witches and warlocks wandering residential areas, there will also be an increased police presence in an effort to curb any reckless driving
The Sylvania Township road and service department is set to enter into a rent-to-own agreement for the purchase of a front-end loader. Rob Nash, department superintendent, was given approval by township trustees to go ahead with the deal with Murphy Tractor and Equipment, 12418 Wiliams Rd. Perrysburg. Mr. Nash, noting that the township pays up
Sylvania Township trustees have approved a zoning change in Cobblestone Woods Business Park clearing an obstacle to the development of a Sylvania Multigenerational Community Center which has been proposed by the Sylvania Area Joint Recreation District. SAJRD had sought the change from zoning meant for business and professional offices to a designation meant for public
Sylvania Township trustees have approved a resolution in preparation for moving the township’s dispatch services to the 911 Regional Council of Governments. Deputy Police Chief Jim Rettig said the council will take over dispatch authority on Oct. 1 and all township dispatch personnel will be out of the township police station by Oct. 26. Chief
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