March 2020 Township Meeting Highlights

The Tate Township Trustees’ regular meeting was held on March 10, 2020, with trustees Gary Reed and Bob Redden present. Greg Burns was absent. Jeannie Zurmehly spoke to the trustees to say that, even though she is running unopposed, she would appreciate their support and votes. Zurmehly is running for Clermont County Treasurer. A Drug… Read More

Ohio National Guard Helps Respond

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has called in 300 Ohio National Guards to “help with humanitarian efforts to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.” This happened Thursday.  When you see the National Guard’s vehicles and soldiers, do not be alarmed.  There are many false rumors on social media but Governor DeWine wants the people of Ohio to… Read More

Reassure & Support Children During COVID-19 Pandemic

Parent tips to use with your children to help prevent excessive worry, unhealthy eating or sleeping, and acting out behaviors that aren’t the usual behaviors your children exhibit. Posted by Prevention Action Alliance, a certified prevention agency. Know! To Reassure and Support Children During COVID-19 Crisis

Trustees Ask “How Can We Help You?”

Your Tate Township trustees realize that the circumstances right now are not the best.  With the ever-increasing shelter-in-place warnings, the township trustees and staff want to make sure that you are safe and well. This may make it difficult for some people to get what they need for food, medicine, and other supplies.  If there… Read More

Prevent Illness

Governments all over the world are taking measures to reduce the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). If we all take preventative actions, collectively we can help to reduce the spread of this pandemic. To get the most current and accurate information, please use the CDC (Center for Disease Control) website as well as the Clermont County… Read More

ALB Update

February 26, 2020 This eNewsletter is designed to keep you up-to-date with Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) eradication efforts and serve as a meaningful resource for the most current information. Presently, there are active eradication programs operating in three states: New York, Massachusetts and Ohio. The following information pertains to eradication activities in each of these… Read More