The Springfield Township Board of Trustees held a special meeting at Dallas Fraley Park on Sept. 28 to update residents on township programs and also provide information on the police renewal levy and the Parks and Recreation Department's 1.3-mill levy that will be on the Nov. 7 ballot.

During the meeting, the board voted to cancel the nuisance abatement of property at 2115 S. Arlington St. The issue of trash/debris/mowing has been resolved, trustees said.

Also, the cost for the abatements of the following nuisance properties were approved for the Zoning Department. The cost will be forwarded to the Summit County Auditor's Office for the total costs to be placed upon the tax duplicate as a lien upon the land: 2275 Hillstock Ave., $275; 1752 Krumroy Road, $775; and 2838 McElwain Road, $275.

In other business, the board accepted the resignation of Jack McEndree, effective Oct. 6, from the road department. 

The business meeting was then adjourned and they trustees listened to public input.