The beginning of the third cycle of leaf collection along the streets of Sylvania Township is due to begin Dec. 21, according to Rob Nash, superintendent of the township’s road and service department. The third cycle through the township roadways was originally set to begin Nov. 30,. Mr. Nash said trees shed their leaves earlier than
Sylvania Township trustees have made appointments to boards and commissions in which vacancies were scheduled to occur at the first of the year due to term limits. They reappointed Don Miller to a five-year term as a member of the Sylvania Township Board of Zoning Appeals. He is currently chairman of that board. They also
Sylvania Township residents woke up to a blanket of snow Tuesday, but with roadways pretty much clear without dangerously slick conditions. That circumstance began Monday when Rob Nash, superintendent of the roads department, made a decision to pull five of the nine trucks busy with leaf collection back into the garage to be fitted for
Sylvania Township’s updated Zoning Resolution may go to the Lucas County Plan Commission as early as next month, “or at the latest early January,” according to Glen Grisdale president of Reveille, the Bowling Green firm, working on the project. Mr. Grisdale said the commission may make revisions to the resolution, and if so, they will
Members of the board of the Joint Economic Development District, generally recognized as Oakleaf Village, 4220 Holland-Sylvania Rd., will continue their recruitment of someone to become the fifth member and chairman of the board. William Sanford, a board member and the director of economic development for the city of Sylvania, said that he had reached
The beginning of the third cycle of leaf collection along roadways in Sylvania Township may be delayed by about a week, according to Rob Nash, superintendent of the township’s road and service department. Originally scheduled to begin Nov. 30, Mr. Nash said despite hard-working crews, the amount of leaves and some rainy conditions have made
Sylvania Township trustees have approved the sale of a 1994 Sutphen Deluge Pumper or use in firefighter training to Tolles Career Tech, of Plain City, OH. Township Fire Chief Mike Ramm, wrote in his request for permission to sell the vehicle, that it had twice been offered on the auction site GovDeals and it had
When it became clear that the 1.9-mil levy for the Sylvania Township Fire Department would pass, Fire Chief Mike Ramm said his first thought was “I can breathe again.” Although he hadn’t encountered or heard of any organized opposition to the levy, “you just can’t know, particularly during a pandemic.” Typical campaigning, such as door
Sylvania Township trustees have turned down a proposed amendment to the township’s zoning resolution which would have allowed for a billboard at Central Park West. The proposed billboard would have been allowed to advertise things not necessarily at that location. That type of billboard is known as “off-premise.” Daryl Graus, manager of the Sylvania Township
Sylvania Township trustees are seeking volunteers to serve on township boards and commissions where the terms of current appointees are set to expire at the end of the year. Trustees noted at their most recent meeting that people in the positions where their term is expiring expect to apply for re-appointment and that the trustees are
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