SPRINGFIELD TWP. Allison Capoun and Donna Scoda from the Summit County Health Department presented information at the Springfield Township Board of Trustees meeting May 24 in the septic system charges.
In May of 2015, changes to the Ohio Administrative Code were made to require that no person is to operate a home sewage treatment system without a valid operation permit. The fees for the permits range from $10 to $30 annually. The goal of this program is to improve water quality in Summit County and surrounding watersheds. For more information on your particular system, visit https://www.scph.org or call 330-926-5600.
In other news:
- During the meeting, a resolution was approved declaring June 15 as Elder Abuse Awareness Day and encouraging the residents of Summit County to participate in any events and programs offered by the communities, libraries, schools, governments and private-sector organizations that are designed to raise awareness of the abuse of older persons.
- A resolution approving and authorizing various township financial obligations and expenditures.
- A resolution authorizing and directing the township administrator to enter into contract with Policeone.com Academy for required law enforcement training and continuing education in an amount not to exceed $2,186.
The board accepted the resignation of Police Officer, Kyle McLean, effective May 11.
- Envelopes are in the box for the boat launch.
- The weekly Friday summer concert series began June 1.
The next meeting will be held at 6 p.m., June 14 at Town Hall, 2459 Canfield Road.