Tate Township, Ohio

COVID 19 Vaccine For Ohioans 80+

Ohio is taking a tiered approach to vaccination for COVID.

Ohio will follow this timeline for vaccinating group 1B.

Week of January 18 – Ohioans 80 years of age and older
Week of January 25 – Ohioans 75 years of age and older and those with severe congenital or developmental disabilities
Week of February 1 – Ohioans 70 years of age and older; K-12 school employees
Week of February 8 – Ohioans 65 years of age and older

For those in group 1B, it is important that you only sign up with one provider.

Please do not register at more than one clinic. Many people want the vaccine and there are limited appointment openings. Registering for appointments at more than one location, and not showing up for an appointment can cause doses of the vaccine to go to waste.

The week starting 1/18/21:  Ohio residents who are 80 years of age and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Jan. 18 under the next phase of Ohio’s vaccine distribution plan. Ohio will be distributing 100,000 doses of vaccine statewide beginning Jan. 18. Clermont County vaccine providers will receive 1,900 of those doses.

Clermont County Public Health will get 100 doses. The remaining 1,800 doses will go to:

  • HealthSource of Ohio • Kroger pharmacies (nine locations)
  • Meijer pharmacies (two locations)
  • Mercy Health

“We are encouraged to begin protecting our most vulnerable population,” said Health Commissioner Julianne Nesbit. “But, we are urging everyone to show patience as the supply is limited. With only 1,900 doses designated for our county next week, we know it will take time until everyone that wants the vaccine can get it.

”How do you get vaccinated if you’re eligible?

  • • Clermont County Public Health – Visit https://bit.ly/CVD19Vax to be added to the waiting list. Residents without internet can call 513-735-8500.
  • • HealthSource of Ohio – Register (beginning Jan. 16) online at www.healthsourceofohio.org or call 513-732-5081.
  • • Kroger pharmacies – Beginning Jan. 16 visit www.kroger.com/ohiocovidvaccine or call the Kroger COVID helpline at 866-211-5320.
  • • Meijer pharmacies – To register, text COVID to the number 75049 and receive a link to register. Online registration is also available at https://clinic.meijer.com/. Individuals without internet access or texting capabilities can call the pharmacy.
    • o Eastgate 513-943-5710
    • o Miami Township 513-576-5510

Information above is taken from the Clermont County web page and the Clermont Health District page.

Meeting Summary

What Happened at the Last Tate Township Trustee Meeting?

The organizational meeting was held on January 4, 2021.  The chairperson, Gary Reed and Vice-Chairperson Bob Redden will remain the same for this year.  Employee evaluations were reported to the trustees.  No new business was recorded.

The last regular meeting was held on January 12th.  The departments all reported their year-end figures.  There were no outside attendees. The next meeting will be at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, February 9th, 2021.

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Tate Township Trustees

We are your 3 elected township trustees entrusted to serve on your behave in matters related to the township. We are dedicated to working together for the greater good of the township to provide a safe and fiscally sound environment for the residents.

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Asian Longhorned Beetle Update 1/8/2021

From the ALB e-newsletter of 1/8/2021:

OHIO – First detection in June 2011

Regulated Area: 56.5 sq. miles*

56.5 – Clermont County (Tate and Williamsburg Townships)

Infested Trees: 21,273

  • 21,188 – Tate Township
  • 48 – Monroe Township
  • 3 – Stonelick/Batavia Township
  • 34 – East Fork Recreational Area

Removals: 110,430

20,373 Infested:

  •    20,288 – Tate Township
  •    48 – Monroe Township
  •    3 – Stonelick/Batavia Township
  •    34 – East Fork Recreation Area

90,057 High-risk hosts

  •    72,544 – Tate Township
  •    1,138 – Monroe Township
  •    0 – Stonelick/Batavia Township
  •    16,375 – East Fork Recreation Area

Surveys: 3,517,882

* Monroe Township declared eradication in September 2018, resulting in a reduction of the regulated area by .5 sq. miles. Stonelick and Batavia Townships declared eradication in March 2018, resulting in a reduction of the regulated area by 5 sq. miles.

Ground and aerial survey crews continue to conduct delimiting surveys, inspecting all host trees throughout the regulated areas in Clermont County. Staff continues to monitor regulated areas, respond to service calls and conduct training sessions for compliance agreements. To report suspicious activity, please call 513-381-7180. Infested trees are removed throughout the year, as they are detected. The wood disposal yard located at 2896 State Route 232 in Bethel is open for business: Mon. through Fri. from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Wood chips are available for residents from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on the first Sat. of every month, however wood chips will not be available on Sat., April 4. Click Ohio for more information.

2021 Tate Township Organization Meeting Set

The organizational meeting in 2021 for the Tate Township trustees will be held at 6:30 pm on Monday, January 4, 2021  to elect the 2021 Chairperson, review the end of year reports from the departments, and approve any yearly expenditures.

As always, the public is invited to attend.

Children 5 And Under Receive Free Books

Clermont County residents who have children under the age of five are eligible for enrollment in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to receive free books.

Every month, a new book is sent .  There is no cost or obligation to your family. To register your children under 5 if you are a resident of Clermont County,  use this link  https://ohioimaginationlibrary.org/enroll

Recycle Your Holiday Lights

Don’t throw away your old strands of holiday lights.

Recycle your broken or unwanted holiday lights in Clermont County at any of the locations listed below. Only holiday lights should go in the designated collection bins – please do not put bags or boxes in the bins.

Items to be recycled include indoor and outdoor light strands, icicle lights and rope lights. Please do not bring individual bulbs, pre-lit trees, wreaths or other decorations.  Also please don’t put holiday lights in the curbside or drop-off recycling dumpsters.  Lights have to be collected separately from other recyclables because they can tangle the equipment used to sort materials at the recycling facilities.

The recycling program runs through Feb 1. For questions about this program, please contact Laura Lair of the Solid Waste District at llair@clermontcountyohio.gov or visit www.CohenUSA.com/lights.
  • Shor Park, 4659 Tealtown Road, 45150
  • Pierce Township Administrative Offices, 950 Locust Corner Road, 45245
  • Clermont County Soil and Conservation  District, 45160
  • Clermont County Water Resources, 4400 Haskell Lane, 45103
  • Cincinnati Nature Center, 4949 Tealtown Road, 45150

BT High School Band Performance Live Streamed

Please use the provided link to join the BTHS concert band for a live streamed performance of their Fall 2020 music selection this Thursday, November 19th at 6:00 pm.  The link will take you to a Facebook live-streaming page.


This link can also be found on the Bethel-Tate High School web page.  https://www.betheltate.org/1/News/10800#sthash.M6OqEKuJ.dpbs

Notes From October and November 2020 Trustee Meetings

The regular meeting of the Tate Township trustees was held October 13, 2020. 

  • Commissioner Painter was in attendance to answer questions and update the trustees on county issues. One resident voiced a concern about the new traffic island that was installed in front of the Grant Career Center on St Rt 125.  Comm. Painter said the island and lane closure is State controlled and residents are welcome to call the State to voice their opinion Duke is looking to install a natural gas line running 15 miles from Bethel to Batavia.  Residents in the path of the pipeline will be offered to hook-up to natural gas.  Check the Duke website for information meeting dates.
  • Deputy report-  Deputy Pike made 64 calls in September, wrote 34 reports, and made 2 criminal arrests. Two juveniles are being held for breaking into Tate Township Maintenance barn.
  • Zoning- In September,7 permits were issued for 3 single family dwellings, 3 garages and 1 gazebo.
  • BTFD – BTFD Sep 2020 Update  The parking lot project from grant money is starting but not progressing. Comm. Painter says he will look into it. Th e replacement fence around the fuel pump has been installed. There will not be a staff Christmas party this year due to COVID.
  • Cemetery- In September there were 13 burials, 6 foundations sold, and 14 graves sold (2 out of township/12 township residents).

The regular meeting of the Tate Township trustees was held November 10, 2020.

  • A resolution was made to use COVID relief funds for salaries.
  • Zoning- In October there were 3 permits issued for 1 deck, 1 carport, and 1 variance.
  • Cemetery- There were 10 burials, 9 foundation orders, and 10 graves sold ( 4 out of township/6 in township) in October.
  • BTFD- In October ( BTFD Oct 2020 Update ), there were 138 calls of which 32 were fire and 106 were EMS. There was 1 arson case. They received $137,487 for dividends for COVID relief from Gov. DeWine.  They are accepting the hose and nozzle bid from Heritage Fire Equipment for $94,849.99.  This is FEMA grant money.  The cost to Tate Township is 5%. Chief Stowell recommends (2) 3-way radios for the maintenance department to replace old radios for better communication between departments during snow and ice storms and other emergency situations.
  • Deputy Pike- In October there were 173 calls, 81 reports written, 2 accident reports, 12 criminal reports, and 17 assists to the Village of Bethel.

The next regular meeting is scheduled for December 8, 2020 at 7:00 pm. Please call the departments or the trustees with any concerns.


Veteran Buddy Checks

Ohio’s 2nd District Representative Brad Wenstrup reported in this week’s update that he is supporting bipartisan legislation, H.R.2898 to designate a week as “Buddy Check Week”, to improve the VA’s wellness check outreach to veterans.

If you or a veteran you know needs urgent assistance, please call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 If you need help with the VA or any other federal agency, please call Brad Wenstrup’s office at (513) 474-7777.

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