Summary of the June 2020 meeting of the Tate Township Trustees: The Tate Township Trustees’ regular meeting was held on June 9, 2020, with trustees Gary Reed and Bob Redden present. Greg Burns was absent. The BTFD news- The chief’s “old” vehicle was placed on the government sale site to sell and it did not… Read More
The 2020 Tate Township clean-up dates are scheduled for Friday, June 12 & Saturday, June 13, 2020, from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm on both days. Residents are being asked to bring junk on FRIDAY, June 12th, if you can. There will be more help available to help unload items for residents. We expect the… Read More
The February 11, 2020 Tate Township meeting summary has been posted here. The 2020 clean-up dates were given at the meeting. The update from January 2020 for the Bethel-Tate Fire Department and EMS can be viewed at this page.
The year-end reports are available to view online for the Bethel-Tate Fire Department and the Roads & Cemetery Maintenance on the Tate Township Year-End Reports page. The next trustees meeting is Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 7:00pm. The public is always invited to attend.
Tate Township recently held its clean-up days in July 2019. Special thanks to all the trustees, Deputy Eric Pike, the Clermont County Municipal Court for providing additional workers, Tate Township maintenance department for working extra hours, and Wayne Simpson for providing food for the workers. We encourage all residents to use regular trash removal service. … Read More
In the May 14, 2019 regular meeting of the Tate Township Trustees, all trustees were present and Greg Burns ran the meeting. Cemetery – In April there were 6 burials, 9 foundations ordered, and 4 grave plots (2 in-township & 2 out of-township) sold. People who walk their dogs in the cemetery are asked to… Read More
2019 dates for Tate Township residents to clean-up and dispose of large items. Read More
The Tate Township Annual Clean-up days were held in April with extra help from the Roads & Maintenance department, Deputy Eric Pike, Trustee Gary Reed, Zoning Inspector George Eckert and the workers from Clermont County Municipal Court.