Where do I vote?: If you need to determine where you will be voting (for the August special election and beyond), the Summit County Board of Elections has a handy "pollfinder" tool. All you have to do is enter your street number and name and it will tell you your polling location. The tool is here: https://summit.ohioboe.com/apps/pollfinder.aspx.
In 2019, the Summit Soil and Water Conservation District (SSWCD) aims to promote watershed awareness and protection strategies, which increase the public's knowledge of the impacts of non-point source pollution. "Runoff Reduction-Slow it Down, Spread it Out, Soak it In" is an educational campaign targeting the general public and homeowners with a message that connects the consequences of their landscaping practices to the health of their watersheds, which include s the Ohio River and Lake Erie. It will, also, provide tools that they can use to help reduce the stormwater runoff that carries pollution. For more information, visit SSWCD's informative website: https://sswcd.summitoh.net/education/ms4-community-outreach-program.
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On Thursday, May 23rd, beginning at 6 p.m., the trustees of Northfield Center Township will be hosting a public forum, in the Fenton Room of the Nordonia Hills Branch Library (9458 Olde 8 Rd), to secure resident feedback regarding the following:
1) Proposed changes/enhancements to the Township’s existing park areas (Beacon Hills and Crestwood);
2) Options for enhancing the Town Hall, which may include renovation and repurposing OR demolition of the existing building Town Hall and Safety buildings AND construction of a new Town Hall structure (which would incorporate a new fire station).
The current state of the existing Town Hall and Safety Building structures, coupled with the Township’s desire to provide its staff and residents with far more functional, energy efficient, safe, and accessible buildings to undertake Township business, has prompted this discussion. Similarly, the Township desires to create viable park spaces that will provide residents with safer and better recreational opportunities.
Northfield Center residents with questions regarding the forum or the survey may feel free to contact Township Administrator Steve Wright, at (330) 467-7646, extension 1, or [email protected].