Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Township's budget includes some major purchases
Bath Township is planning some major projects and purchases this year, according to its 2013 budget. Deputy Township Administrator Vito Sinopoli said Bath's $13.78 million in appropriations include: • Replacing the 20-year-old roof on the Bath Center Complex. The township has been setting aside money for four years for the job. • Constructing a fuel station at the Ira Road facility so police, fire, service and other workers have 24-hour access to fill township vehicles' gas tanks. • Buying an emergency back-up generator to replace a 20-year-old model. • Replacing the mail server. • Buying four marked police cruisers. • Transfering money to a fire truck reserve account for a fire truck the township plans to buy in 2020. • Replacing an …
Friday, March 8, 2013
Notes from the township trustees meeting this week
Bath Township officials got some disappointing news from two would-be funding sources. Trustees learned Bath will not receive a grant from the Summit County Emergency Management Agency that would have paid to replace an emergency siren at the fire station. And the Ohio Historical Society did not choose the township for an Ohio History Fund Grant. The agency received 64 grant requests and selected 11 projects to fund. Bath had sought money to rebuild the vault in Bath Center Cemetery. The township will not look for other ways to pay for the project. In other business at this week's trustees' meeting: • The Memorial Day Committee is looking for new members. Anyone willing to volunteer is asked to call 330-666-4007. The Memorial Day …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Officials now using iPads for agendas, legislation
Bath Townnship Trustees took a technological step forward this week by going paperless at their bi-monthly meeting. Trustees are replacing bulky meeting agenda packets with iPads, saving an estimated 325 pieces of paper per meeting. "It's going to make us more efficient and also save money," Trustee Elaina Goodrich said. Visitors at the meetings will still be able to pick up paper agendas. But legislation packets for trustees, administrators and the press are now emailed rather than printed. At Tuesday's meeting -- the first with iPads instead of paper -- Trustee James Nelson drew a laugh when he paused during a vote with an announcement. "I just figured out how to make the print larger," he said. Trustee Becky Corbett said last-minute …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The field has been narrowed to three applicants. Who would you choose?
The search for Bath Township's next township administrator has been narrowed to three applicants: Vito Sinopoli, Bill Snow and Sharon Troike. All three applicants already work within the district. The search started in June when Township Administrator Bill Snow announced he was retiring to protect his pension from changes at the state level.He said he wasn't ready to retire, but had to make the decision to protect himself and his family. He asked trustees to consider rehiring him. Thirty-three people applied for the position, said Trustee Becky Corbett. At Monday's Bath Trustee Meeting, Trustee Elaina Goodrich made a motion to continue interviewing the three applicants. "The choice is difficult," Corbett said. "We've given it a lot of …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Bath Township Trusttees have narrowed the applicants to Bill Snow, Sharon Troike and Vito Sinopoli.
The search for Bath Township's next township administrator has been narrowed to three applicants: Vito Sinopoli, Bill Snow and Sharon Troike. All three applicants already work within the district. Get the latest information as it happens by following us on Facebook and Twitter. The search started in June when Township Administrator Bill Snow announced he was retiring to protect his pension from changes at the state level.He said he wasn't ready to retire, but had to make the decision to protect himself and his family. He asked trustees to consider rehiring him. Thirty-three people applied for the position. Read more about each applicant by clicking the links below: Sharon Troike Bill Snow Vito Sinopoli
Monday, August 6, 2012
See a full copy of tonight's agendas here.
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Monday, May 21, 2012
See what the topics of conversation are for tonight's meetings.
The Bath Township Trustees meet at 4 p.m. today to approve a resolution that supports the exploration of a Revere Community Recreation Center. Trustees will also look to approve: • backing the Bath Fire Department in applying for several safety grants through the state and federal government. • payments for lighting and boiler maintenance in the Bath Center • concrete road repair costs Fairlawn City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. and Mayor William Roth will swear in two police officers who are being promoted from part-time to full-time. The council is also expected to pass an ordinance extending the moratorium on Internet cafes in the city. Other agenda items include: • an ordinance entering into a Summit County intergovernmental agreement …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
The Bath Trustees made their annual trip to the Revere High AP Government class Monday morning.
For the last several years, the Bath Trustees have held a meeting at Revere High School with the Advanced Placement Government class. The trustees explain the meeting process and how local government works. The students then had time to ask questions of the trustees and township administrators.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Today's Bath Trustee meeting will start at 10:15 in Revere High School.
You may have noticed a time and venue change for today's Bath Trustees meeting. That's because the trustees will be visiting Revere High's AP Government class so students can see how a township meeting is run. Students will also have a chance to ask questions and the meeting goes along. It starts at 10:15 in Room 200. Agenda items include: • approving a part-time seasonal employee for the Parks Department, and; • hiring an executive assistant at $40,000 per year See a full copy of the agenda in the media portion of this article.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Trustees meet at 7 p.m. in Bath Center.
The Bath Trustees meet tonight in regular session at 7 p.m. in Bath Center. Agenda items include: • Approving the hiring of several part-time seasonal staff • Approving payments to maintenance companies for the replacement of Bath Center boilers and elevator work • Approving the purchase of a pick-up truck for the service department • Hearing a report on the status of the Ira Road Historical Marker Project See a full copy of the agenda attached to the media portion of this article. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section.