2020 Dumpster Days
May- 15th, 16th, 17th
June- 19th, 20th, 21st
July- 17th, 18th, 19th
August- 14th, 15th, 16th
September- 18th, 19th, 10th
October- 16th, 17th, 18th
Dumpsters are located at the Township Service Complex- 46268 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin
Hours at the Township Service Complex
Friday and Saturday 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM
Sunday: 8:00AM- 12:30PM
Meet Deputy Bryan Plemons
New Russia Township has our very own Community Policing Officer, Bryan Plemons. If residents have any questions or concerns please email email@example.com or call the Sheriff’s Department at (440) 329-3710. For emergencies please call 911.
The Sheriff Substation is located at 46268 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin, Ohio 44074.
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Township Limb Chipping Program
The First Wednesday of the month starting in May. This service is meant for the removal of tree limbs resulting from storm damage or light tree trimming.
NO LINE CLEARING, COMPLETE TREES, OR LARGE PILES WILL BE TAKEN. No brush, grape vines, non wood items, stumps, metal, etc.
Place Your limbs (no larger than 5″ diameter in a neat pile by the road with the large ends towards the road.
CALL TO BE PUT ON THE SCHEDULE- (440) 775-7782
Notice of Sale of Property via GovDeals and Disposal of Outdated/Non-Repairable Property: www.govdeals.com
Notice is hereby given that at their April 4, 2017, Regular Meeting, the New Russia Township Board of Trustees passed Resolution #2017-04-12, Regarding the Sale of Property via Govdeals and Disposal of Outdated/Non-Repairable Property pursuant to section 505.10(D) of the Ohio Revised Code.
By Order of: New Russia Township Board of Trustees
Resolution No. 2007-09-05
Adopted: September 4, 2007
|1.0||Contact Person:||Lisa Akers, Fiscal Officer|
|Location:||New Russia Township
Office of the Fiscal Officer
46300 Butternut Ridge Road
Oberlin, OH 44074
|2.0||Cost:||$0.05 per page. (Unless specific fee established by law.) Copies in other medium are charged at actual cost. Payment for copies must be made in advance.|
|3.0||Responding to Requests:|
|3.1||All responses to records requests are to be made in compliance with the Ohio Revised Code Section 149.43. This policy is intended to summarize these provisions. Any interpretation of this policy or matters not specifically provided for herein shall be in accordance with R.C. 149.43.
Records are to be organized so as to be available promptly and within a reasonable time after allowing for examination and redaction of exempted information. “Prompt” and “reasonable” take into account the volume of records requested; the proximity of the location where the records are stored; and the necessity for any legal review of the records requested.
E-mail is to be treated in the same fashion as records in other formats and should follow the same retention schedules; this includes private e-mail accounts used to conduct public business.
|3.2||Records Custodian cannot require requestor to provide identity or reason for request.
Records Custodian may ask for the requestor’s identity, about the intended use, or that the request be in writing, if it would help to identify, locate, or deliver the requested records. However, the Records Custodian must disclose to the requestor the following:
You are not mandated by law to make your request in writing and you may decline revealing your identity or intended use.
Records Custodian is not required to allow requestor to make copies.
|3.3||If request is refused, an explanation for the refusal must be provided, which includes the legal
authority. If request is in writing, refusal must be in writing.
If refusal is because request is overly broad, ambiguous, or worded so one cannot identify records, Records Custodian must inform requestor how records are maintained and accessed to assist requestor in revising request.
Although no specific language is required to make a request, the requestor must at least identify the records requested with sufficient clarity to allow the public office to identify, retrieve, and review the records. If it is not clear what records are being sought, the Records Custodian must contact the requestor for clarification, and should assist the requestor in revising the request by informing the requestor of the manner in which the office keeps its records.
If redactions (deletions of exempt information) are made to records, must notify requestor of redactions and make redactions plainly visible.