SPRINGFIELD TWP.  Business for trustees at the June 8 meeting included a reminder to citizens that the 10th annual Rock the Docks Festival will be held June 23, 24 and 25.

In other business:

- A proposal from Davey Tree in the amount of $1,560 to remove eight dead trees along the right of way of McChesney Road was approved.

- The zoning department closed nuisance abatement for a property on Grace Road was closed due to the owner fixing the issue. Also, for zoning, the renewal of Nancy Dotson's five-year term on the Zoning Commission was approved extending through May 20, 2022.

- Funds were transferred in the amount of $10,000 from the general fund for the meal program at the senior/community center as the government funding that helps to support the program has been delayed.

A special trustee meeting was scheduled for 4 p.m., Tuesday at Town Hall for the reason to go into executive session with legal council to discuss potential civil litigation and any other matters properly brought before the board.

Ted Weinsheimer, road superintendent, said as the weather permits the department has been patching potholes. If anybody sees a pothole, they can report it to his office at 330-733-3213. Weinsheimer said the department has begun the first mowing of township property and hope to have it completed in a few weeks.

- Parks and Recreation Director Doug Foltz said the summer concert series has kicked off and there are 10 more concerts.

- The next regular meeting will be held at 6 p.m. July 13 at Town Hall located on Canfield Road.