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Wednesday, November 15, 2023 at 7:00 pm – Zoning Commission regular meeting
Monday, November 20, 2023 at 7:00 pm – Board of Zoning Appeals regular meeting
Wednesday, November 29, 2023 – Deadline for variance requests for BZA meeting on December 18, 2023
Wednesday, December 20 2023 at 7:00 pm – Board of Trustees regular meeting and year-end meeting
Trustees Meeting Dates
Trustees meetings are every second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the township office, 14228 Galehouse Road, Doylestown.
The trustees changed their December 13, 2023 regular meeting to December 20th for regular meeting and year-end meeting.
Chippewa Township Trustees next regular meeting and year-end meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 20, 2023 at 7:00 pm at the township office, 14228 Galehouse Road, Doylestown.
Please complete the agenda form, to address the Board, written specific matter must be on file at the township office prior to Monday Noon preceding the meeting to be placed on the agenda.
Board of Zoning Appeals Meetings
The regular meeting of the Chippewa Township Board of Zoning
Appeals will be held on Monday, November 20, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. at the
township office at 14228 Galehouse Road, Doylestown. At that time, the Board will hear two requests for variances.
The first request is by Philip J. Hornacek at 15099 Hametown Road, Doylestown to construct a detached garage with non-conforming side yard requirement.
The second request is by Cline Family Trust to construct a new dwelling with an oversized attached garage at 15574 Freedom Drive, Doylestown.
All text concerning these matters is available for public review at the Township Office.
Zoning Commission will meet on Wednesday,November 15, 2023 at 7:00 pm at the township hall.
Chippewa Township Comprehensive Plan Update & Survey
Survey – Click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PlanChippewa
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chippewa Township Residents Urged to help PLAN CHIPPEWA! by completing a Community Survey
Chippewa Township officials, together with the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, have started the process of updating the township’s Comprehensive Plan. Chippewa Township’s current comprehensive plan was completed in 2010 and it was deemed time by community officials to update it to reflect new trends, resources, and best practices.
The purpose of the Plan is to create a shared vision for the community to preserve and build on its heritage while giving direction for desirable growth and preservation efforts. The new Plan will help community officials in areas such as community services and facilities, land use, natural resources, environment, parks and recreation, and infrastructure like roads, water/sewer services.
Beginning on November 7, 2022 residents will be able to participate in an online survey. The survey asks residents, business owners and other community stakeholders questions relative to their thoughts about the community.
In addition to the survey, community members will be able to participate in a community forum held sometime in early 2023. The entire process will take roughly nine months and should be ready for adoption by May 2023.
Reveille, a firm that specializes in planning, economic development and comprehensive community solutions, will assist a steering committee comprised of community representatives in updating the comprehensive plan.
Printed copies of the survey can also be obtained at the Chippewa Township Hall, 14228 Galehouse Road, Doylestown, Ohio 44230.
Darlene Smith, Administrative Assistant
14228 Galehouse Road
Doylestown, Ohio 44230
Common Zoning Forms
Township Office Hours
Chippewa Township Trustees Office, 14228 Galehouse Road, P.O. Box 265, Doylestown, Ohio 44230
Township Office hours: Monday – Thursday from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, please use inside window. For the safety of the public and our employees the office suspends public access.
Zoning hours are every Wednesdays from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the township office, 14228 Galehouse Road, Doylestown.
Please contact the Zoning Inspector Jeremy Porter at 330-351-1050, if you have any zoning questions.
Chippewa Twp Electric Aggregation
Beginning July 2023 meter read dates through July 2025 meter read dates, Chippewa Township Electric Aggregation is with Energy Harbor at 6.62 cents per kWh.
If you have any questions, please call Energy Harbor toll-free at 1-866-636-3749, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Trash Hauler for Chippewa Township
For trash service, please contact Kimble Co. at 1800-201-0005.
New price effective October 1, 2023 to September 30, 2025 will be as follows:
Full service with a 96-gallon cart furnished by contractor: $16.92 per mo.
Limited service (96-gallon container or equivalent) with a 96-gallon cart furnished by contractor: $14.99 per mo.
Low volume users/seniors Bag Service: $2.85 per bag/ $28.50 roll of 10.
Bulk tags are for limited service and bag service customers, the cost is $25.00 a tag per item
Backdoor service with cart furnished by contractor: $17.50 monthly cost added to trash service fee, limited to 150 feet, beyond 150 feet price negotiable between hauler and resident.
Back door service with cart for handicapped or seniors: no added cost for seniors, or handicapped, with documented physical impairment.
96-Gallon cart is not mandatory.
You may purchase the bags at the twp. office on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm to purchase bags and bulk item tags.
Please pay by cash or check and make checks payable to: Kimble Recycling & Disposal Inc.
14065 Galehouse Rd is the home of the recycling center for Chippewa Twp residents.
This facility is open 24/7.
There will be an organization at the recycling center on 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month to unload your recyclables.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
FirstEnergy Offers Safety Tips for Vehicle Accidents Involving Utility Equipment
Chippewa Twp Natural Gas Aggregation Program
Chippewa Township has selected IGS Energy of Dublin, Ohio as the supplier of natural gas to participants in its Natural Gas Aggregation Program. Your participation in the aggregation program for Chippewa Township will begin within one or two billing periods after enrollment with Dominion Energy Ohio (DEO) and end with your October 2024 billing period.
From your April 2023 billing cycle through your October 2024 billing cycle, you will be billed at a fixed rate of $6.61 per MCF, plus applicable state and local taxes. Please refer to the “Price” section on the accompanying Terms and Conditions for full details of all pricing.
Under this program IGS Energy will deliver your gas to DEO and then DEO will deliver that gas to you. DEO will maintain the pipeline system that delivers natural gas to your home or business. DEO will continue to read your meter and will continue to send you a monthly bill that will include the gas supply charge from IGS Energy. You will still contact DEO regarding loss of gas service, odor of gas, or for any other concerns or issues having to do with your local service. Budget billing and automatic billing options will continue to be available through DEO.
If you have any questions please call IGS Energy at 1-877-353-0162, weekdays, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST. For general information on natural gas deregulation in Ohio, you can also visit the Web Sites of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel (www.occ.org) or the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (www.PUCO.ohio.gov).
Chippewa Township Application for Employment
Wayne County Resident Tire Collection Program
1) Residents may call the Wayne County Health Department on Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday
at 330-264-2426 option 2 to schedule an appointment from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm to bring
2) Passenger and light truck tires only. No other tires will be accepted. Tires may be on or off
3) Residents are limited to 10 tires per person per year. A driver’s license is required.
4) Please pass this info on if you get calls that there is NO dumping of tires at the old location
of Goodwill. Tires illegally dumped can receive a fine of up to $500 under R.C. 3767.32.
RESIDENTS OF BIERI ROAD WEATHER SIREN IS OUT OF SERVICE
Residents in the Bieri Rd area- please be advised, the weather siren is out of service. In case of severe weather keep attention on weather apps on your phone & radio. The parts have been ordered & we will let you know when the siren is back in service.
West Virginia Hill (Chidester Hill)
West Virginia Hill (Chidester Hill) closed for the winter.
URGENT MESSAGE from FirstEnergy Regarding Pole Attachments
Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Program
Helping Homeowners, Landlords, and First-Time Homebuyers throughout Wayne County Repair their Homes and Neighborhoods.
Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP)
Chippewa Township Nature Preserve
The Nature Preserve trails are open.
If you have any questions, please contact Darlene Smith at the township office at 330-658-2112.
Chippewa Twp. Precincts
Coronavirus vaccination Information
Chippewa Township Merchandise - Great gifts
The history/cookbooks and the township plates will make great gifts!
Bicentennial Items For Sale at the township office, 14228 Galehouse Rd, Monday – Thursday from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cash or Check
Make Checks payable to: Chippewa Twp.
Information on Utility Scams
Open Burning Precautions
Ohio DNR and Ohio EPA Restrict Open Burns
Ohio Revised Code 1503.18 Ohio DNR Forestry prohibits outdoor open burning and prescribed fires in the months of March, April, May, October, and November between 6am and 6pm. This ban includes burning of yard waste, trash, and debris, even in a proper burn barrel.
Even outside the time and date restrictions, any person conducting a burn must obtain landowner permission, remain with the fire while it is burning, and take all reasonable precautions to prevent the fire from escaping.
Contact Ohio Division of Forestry 1-877-247-8733.
Ohio Administrative Code 3745.19 is enforced by the Ohio EPA.
Notification is required for many types of open burns in Ohio.
NEVER to be burned at any time or any place in Ohio:
Materials containing rubber, grease, asphalt, or made from petroleum
Fires must be more than 1000 feet from neighbor’s inhabited building No burning when air pollution alert, warning, or emergency is in effect Fire/smoke cannot obscure visibility on roadway, railways, or airfields
No waste generated off the premises may be burned
No burning within village or city limits or restricted areas
Contact Ohio EPA: (614) 644-2270 or Ohio EPA Open Burning.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of State Fire Marshal are urging Ohioans to be aware of the state’s outdoor burning regulations and to take necessary precautions to avoid unwanted fires this fall.
State Route 21 Corridor Improvements
Nexus Pipelines Meetings & Maps
FERC/Draft Environmental Impact Statement – NEXUS Gas Transmission Project
Trustee Meeting Minutes
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