All that I am,
or hope to be,
I owe to my
angel mother.

Abraham Lincoln
April 2012 VOLUME 29 NUMBER 4

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VANDALISM: The trustees discussed the recent vandalism at Boston Cemetery. Approximately ten markers were toppled and broken.

SEASONS ROAD SEWER DESIGN: Trustee Ritch reported that the sewer design contract will go to Summit County Council next week. It will go before committee and hopefully a vote on May 21st. The project design cost had been reduced to $1.5 million.

PAVING PROJECTS: Summit County Councilman Nick Kostandaras attended the April 11th meeting and reported he has sponsored legislation to pave portions of Akron-Peninsula and Boston Mills Roads in the Township. This will be of no cost to the Township. Our thanks to Nick for all of his efforts on behalf of the Township.

ROAD VACATIONS: Requests for the vacation of Stanford, Wetmore, and a section of Oak Hill south of the Everett Road connector have been filed with Summit County.

PARKING LOT: The Trustees voted to expend up to $2,000 to correct a drainage problem on the lower level of the parking lot.

WEBSITE: Visit our website at to find up-to-date Township information.

Contact numbers for the trustees: Amy Anderson: 330-657-2439, Randy Bergdorf: 330-655-5698, and Jerry Ritch: 330-657-2015, Fiscal Officer Joanne Noragon: 330-657-2059, Road Department Tim Tesmer and Doug Mayer: 330-657-2600, and Zoning inspector, Larry Sulzer: 330-657-2135.