Liberty Township, Powell/Lewis Center

Liberty Township Fire Department Improves Insurance Rating

16 May , 2020  

Good news this week in southern Delaware County.

The Liberty Township Fire Department has improved the Insurance Services Organization (ISO) rating for Liberty Township and the City of Powell to a rating of 3 following a recent survey of the department. The Department had previously received a rating of 4.

ISO’s Public Protection Classification Program (PPC) evaluates communities according to a uniform set of criteria, incorporating nationally recognized standards developed by the National Fire Protection Association and the American Water Works Association. More…

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Liberty Township

Liberty Township Takes Steps Toward Business Recovery

5 May , 2020  

By: 1808Delaware Staff

During the Liberty Township Board of Trustees meeting on Monday evening, the Board moved to create an advisory body to assist the Township’s business community as it moves forward with Responsible Restart Ohio and beyond.

Work has been underway to establish a Liberty Township Economic Recovery Advisory Committee, whose objective will be “…to assemble business and community leaders representing various industries to identify and advise on opportunities to expedite business recovery and drive opportunity to the area.” More…

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Liberty Township, Powell/Lewis Center

Porch Parade Starts Friday Night In Powell And Liberty Township

1 May , 2020  

The Liberty Township Fire Department, Powell Police Department, Delaware County Sheriff’s Office and Olentangy Local School District are hosting a Porch Parade from 6 to 8 PM on Friday, May 1; noon to 2 PM on Saturday, May 2; and 3 to 5 PM on Sunday, May 3. The parade will feature a fire truck, ambulance, school bus and police cruisers.

Residents are encouraged to wave American flags inside or outside of their homes, decorate their sidewalks or driveways with chalk and to practice good social distancing. More…

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Liberty Township

Liberty Township Trustees To Meet

20 Apr , 2020  

The business of local government goes on during a pandemic, as is evident in the agenda set for Monday’s virtual meeting of the Liberty Township Trustees.

In addition to routine matters including the approval of purchase orders, bills, and warrants, the Board will consider two expenditure authorizations and will also engage in discussion on three topics.

Legislation to be considered include approval of the purchase of guardrail repair at an estimated cost of $3,365. More…

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Liberty Township

LIberty Township Transfers Commercial Permit Processing

19 Oct , 2019  

Through the passage of two resolutions, the Liberty Township Board of Trustees has approved the dissolving of the Liberty Township Certified Building Sub-Department of the City of Powell, and transferred this function to the Delaware County Building Department effective on Saturday, October 19. More…

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Liberty Township

Liberty Township Considering Zoning Code Amendments

20 Jul , 2019  

A Special Meeting of the Liberty Township Planning Commission will take place on Wednesday, July 24 to consider amendments to the Township’s Zoning Resolution.

After review by the Commission, the proposed amendments will be set to the Liberty Township Board of Trustees for their review and decision. More…

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Life in Delaware County

Liberty Township Cautions About Recycling Drop-Off Location

19 Jun , 2019  

Liberty Township is concerned about activity at one of Delaware County’s recycling drop-off locations.

There have been some serious dumping issues at the recycling drop-off bins at Wyandot Run Elementary School. Items that have been left at the drop-off bins are not recyclable. In one case, contamination in two of the bins required the contents to be landfilled. For this reason, residents are asked to refrain from dumping unacceptable items at the recycling drop-off location. More…

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Powell/Lewis Center

Powell Requests Meeting With Liberty Twp

2 Mar , 2019  

Powell City Council has requested a meeting with the Liberty Township Board of Trustees to discuss recent concerns with the Cooperative Economic Development Agreement (CEDA) and the future of emergency medical services.

letter was sent to the Board of Trustees with the intent to schedule a public meeting for some time before March 24. More…

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