Mount Vernon News

By Mount Vernon News
January 3, 2014 11:06 am EST


MONROE TOWNSHIP — A meeting Tuesday evening will be an opportunity for residents of Monroe Township to let local officials know what they expect out of their local fire and emergency medical service in the future.

Beginning at 7 p.m., Ohio State University Extension Community Development Educators Myra Moss and Cindy Bond will be at the Monroe Township House/Fire Department at the intersection of Wooster and Allen roads to listen to residents’ comments. Eventually, they will prepare a report for the trustees in Monroe and College townships, who will be able to use them in deciding the future of those services in the townships. The results will also be posted on the College and Monroe township web sites.

During the past couple years, trustees and the College/Monroe Township Fire Department were engaged in talks with the Mount Vernon Fire Department about the possibility of contracting with the Mount Vernon department for those services.




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