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Tate Township Meeting Summary

Summary of the January meeting of the Tate Township Trustees that was held 1/9/2018.

Rick, a representative of Rumpke, offered a recycle & trash removal plan to the trustees for Tate Township.  This would add a recycle curbside pickup to all township residents outside the Village of Bethel and include 1 large pickup a month per house at no additional charge.  There would be a $2 per month discount for senior citizens.  Recycle bins or carts would be provided to each resident that uses Rumpke.   If the residents would be interested in adding curbside recycling and the trustees give the okay, the monthly charge would be $19.25 and could be started within one month.

Officer Pike reported that the Next Door App is being used by some Tate residents.  Anyone can go to NextDoor.com and sign up or get more information.  The FOP (fraternal Order of Police) will be calling residents for their annual fundraising.

Road & Maintenance- Ed Stanley gave the year-end report for the maintenance department.  He reported that all the hardware and posts have been delivered from the State grant and they are waiting on the signs.  They will be stored in the Maintenance buildings until they are able to start the replacement process.

Cemetery News-  The Trustees approved the rules for the new cremation area of the cemetery. The cost will be different because the plot sizes are smaller.  Only flush mount headstones within the size of 12″ x 24″ will be permitted.  No above ground height monuments will be allowed.   Ed has received a bid for the 2018 year cemetery mowing.

Fire & EMS- Rick Stowell gave December and Year-end reports. They will be placing the 2005 ambulance online for auction in February.  The new ambulance is here and waiting on latching to be installed before it is put into service probably in March.  New: The fire department meets the requirements for a grant to replace the parking lot around the BTFD building.  The trustees gave approval for them to apply for the grant.   The department now has 11 out of 12 full timers certified in the ICE rescue training.

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Tate Township News

Tate Township News

The Clermont County Sheriff’s Department has introduced NextDoor.com to Tate Township.  It is a private social network for you, your neighborhood, and your community.  It’s an easy way for you to talk with your neighbors where you live. According to Ben Popper of TheVerge.com, it had expanded by June 2016 to over 100,000 US neighborhoods.… Read More

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Residents of Tate Township are also within Clermont County and are eligible to serve, if interested, on various boards with vacancies that exist.  There are currently 3 boards with openings, the Clermont County Convention & Visitors Board, Planning Commission, and Law Library Board.  For the information page on the Clermont County website, click here.  You… Read More

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The 2017 October, November, and December official meeting minutes have been posted to the website.   They can be read by visiting the Meeting Minutes page.

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I, James G. Burns, am a life long resident of Tate Township. I graduated from Bethel-Tate High School. I married my high school sweetheart, Corinne, in 1975. To this union, two children were born.  My daughter Tiffany, married David Riddle.  They have two children, Nathan and Mackenzie.  They also live in Tate Township. My son, James married Tiffany Balk and they reside in Winchester, Kentucky.

I started working at the family business in October 1968.  I took over the business in 1990 and I am there still today.

I am a member and past Master of Bethel Lodge 61. I am a past member of the Bethel Lions Club and served as President for two years. I served as Assistant Scout Master for Boy Scout Troop 196. I am a member of the Sons of American Legion, Bethel Post 406. I sponsored the SADD chapter at Bethel-Tate High School and assisted in numerous local baseball and softball teams. I have supplied the touchdown cannon for Bethel-Tate High School football games for ten plus years.

I was elected as Tate Township Trustee in 1994 to serve a two year unexpired term.  I was then defeated and then re-elected. I have held that position ever since.  During the years I have observed Tate Township changing. I have done my best to keep ahead of the changes to better serve the residents of the township.  I am a strong supported of our Fire Department, which is second to none. I am extremely proud of our Road and Cemetery Departments. Our Zoning Department does its best to keep up with our zoning regulations.

Remember this is your Township to enjoy and protect.  I will continue to do my best to serve our community. Thank you.      Sincerely,   James G. Burns

Born in Bethel, Ohio, graduated from Bethel-Tate High School in 1965, married to Terri 46 years, two children, two grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Owner of a distributorship for 38 years for Little Debbie Snack Cakes,and a Veteran Services Advocate since 1999.

A life member of Bethel American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, AMVETS, Purple Heart, The Vietnam Veterans of America and the Ohio Military Hall of Fame for Valor.

A life Member of Clermont County Historical Association, and the Bethel Historical Association, a twenty-five year member of the Bethel Lions Club, a member of the Bethel Baptist Church.

Currently Executive Director of Clermont County Veterans Service Commission, Batavia Ohio, and Chairman of Tate Township Trustees.

Howard S. Daugherty Executive Director Clermont County Veterans Service Commission                    P: 513-732-7377 F: 513-732-7639

Hello, I am Gary Reed and I have been a Trustee since 2014.  I am a Bethel native, born in 1959 and raised here. I have worked hard my entire life to support this community, beginning with working with my father in 1976 at the Southside Services Station, which I purchased in 1990 and which has been in continuous operation ever since, expanding in the early 2000’s to include tool rental and an excavation company.  It is due to the good people and loyal customers of Tate Township and the surrounding communities that my business has been able to flourish.  It is one of my greatest wishes to give back to my community by supporting local businesses, school, and community activities. Through the years I have sponsored the wrestling and soccer teams, the high school score board, and more.

My daughter Hailey was born, raised, and educated in this community as well. Prior to her birth I purchased farmland in this community which I currently farm myself and which I believe gives me insight into the needs of other local farmers. In 2006, I married my wife Kay.

As a Trustee, I feel my 40 years of mechanical, excavating, and farming experience combined with the connections obtained over the years being an active member of this community enable me to understand how best to use my abilities and local resources to achieve what this community needs and wants.I take this position very seriously and want to see this community continue to grow and succeed.

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