The Suffield Township Board of Trustees changed their meeting date from June 14th to June 9th.  In the process the Board conducted a group of business decisions.  Some discussion was had on the upcoming levy proposal that would bring about $181,000 to $231,000 to the township,  This levy would be placed on  the November 2022 ballot. More discussion will be forthcoming at the Trustee meeting on June 23rd.  Trustee Tom Calcei volunteered and was selected to be Suffield's representative to this years apportionment of the Local Government Funds.  Those discussions will determine how much of the Local Government Funds that will come Suffield's way.

The Trustees will hold their annual budget meeting on July 12th at 7:30 PM, just prior to the regular Trustee meeting (8:00 PM).  In other meeting changes the Board of Zoning Appeals hearing originally set for June 14th has now been changed to June 28th at 8:00 PM.  Problems over how to notify the several hundred people affected requires more time to complete than normal.  This appeals hearing concerns allowing the property owner of 17 acres at the corner of Waterloo Road and Portage Line Road to seek a conditional use permit to operate a construction company.

Chief Bob Rasnick said that Fire Department handled 67 calls for service in May.  The firefighters also participated in five continuing education classes. Firefighter Kasey Beaver resigned from the Fire Department.  The Trustees also passed a resolution stating that they accept the clean up effort by Suffield Aggregate for the mining operation along State Route 224.  The State still has to accept the clean up effort.  Some discussion was had on an issue that deals with "solar farms".  Zoning Commission Chairman John Yeargin said the Zoning Commission would look into the issue and report back to the trustees.

Jeff Eldreth asked for and received funds to pave four streets in the township.  The Streets are Suffield Oaks Drive ($41,000), Tershell Trail ($24,000), Highline Drive ($47,000), and Ridge Road ($35,000).  The money to pay for this paving will come from the American Rescue Plan Act funds.  Eldreth also said the Road Department is near to completing round one of the summer mowing.

The Second Annual Suffield Township Car Show was a big success.  The event drew a good selection and number of cars and the weather held out.  Thanks to Jeff Eldreth for making this a community success.

The trustees next meet on Tuesday June 23rd at 8:00 PM.  The Zoning Commission meets on Wednesday July 13th at 7:00 PM, and the Board of Zoning Appeals meets on Tuesday June 28th at 8:00 PM.  All meeting are at the Suffield Community Room at 1256 Waterloo Road.

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Field And Mogadore Both Come Up Winners In Week Six

Week Six:  The Field Falcons evened their record with a 35-23 win over the Ravenna Ravens.  The host Falcons upped their record to 3-3, while Ravenna dropped to 2-4.  Field plays Streetsboro next Friday at Kenneth Lohr Stadium.  The Mogadore Wildcats took on the undefeated Warren Kennedy Eagles and prevailed at home, winning 28-14.  The Wildcats improved to 6-0, while Warren JFK drops to 5-1.  The Wildcats take on the Preppers of University School in Hunting Valley next Saturday evening at 7:00 PM.

Week Five:  The Field Falcons (2-3) played the good host in losing to the Cloverleaf Colts 42-28 at Kenneth Lohr Stadium on Friday September 16th.  The Colts improve to 4-1 on the year.  On Friday September 23rd the Ravenna Ravens (2-3) travel to Field for a 7:00 PM game.  Mogadore (5-0) came up big in Lucas (3-2), beating the Cubs 18-14.  The Wildcats play host on September 23rd to the Warren Kennedy Eagles (5-0).  This will be a battle of unbeatens.

Week Four: The Field Falcons went crazy on Friday September 9th in walloping the Springfield Spartans 49-0.  Field goes to 2-2 on the year, while Springfield drops to 0-4.  Next up for the Falcons are the Cloverleaf Colts who come to Brimfield on Friday September September 16th at 7:00 PM.  Meanwhile the Mogadore Wildcats slipped past the Findlay Liberty-Benton Eagles 33-28 on Friday September 9th.  Mogadore improves to 4-0, while the Eagles drop to 2-2..  The Wildcats play at Lucas (3-1) on Friday September 16th.

Week Three:  The Field Falcons went Rootstown and were tripped up by the Rovers, losing 27-21.  Field drops to 1-2, while the Rovers roll on at 3-0.  Field hosts Springfield (1-2) on September 9th.  Mogadore continued winning by whipping the Manchester Panthers 37-7.  The Panthers, generally a local powerhouse, drops to 0-3, while the Wildcats improve to 3-0.  Mogadore goes to Findlay on September 9th to play another western Ohio power Liberty-Benton. The Eagles are 2-1 on the year.

Week Two:  The Field Falcons (1-1) went to Palmyra and ripped the Southeast Pirates by a 28-6 score.  The Falcons go to Rootstown on Friday September 2 to play the 2-0 Rovers.  The Mogadore Wildcats traveled to Galena to play the Columbus Crusaders (0-2) on Saturday August 27th and came home with a 48-13 win.  The Wildcats (2-0) host the Manchester Panthers on Friday September 2nd. Manchester is 0-2 on the season, having lost to Sandy Valley and Carrolton.

Week One: The much awaited football game between Field and Mogadore finally arrived at the Kenneth Lohr Stadium on Friday August 19th.  Mogadore continued its dominance by edging the Falcons 27-26.  The Field Falcons play Southeast in Palmyra on Friday August 26th at 7:00 PM.  Mogadore goes to Galena on Saturday August 27th for a 6:00 PM game against the Columbus Crusaders.  Galena is a suburb northeast of Columbus.

 

Board Of Zoning Grants Conditional Use Request

Accurate Boring requested a conditional use permit to operate a directional boring business at 18 Waterloo Road.  The hearing took place on Tuesday June 28th.  After an unusually small amount of discussion. the requested was passed by a 5-0 vote.

 

Suffield Township Website Passes 870,000 Visitors Since April 1, 2015

As of September 25, 2022, Suffield Township's website had 870,244 visitors since April 1, 2015.  Since the "new" website was adopted, the daily viewership has risen from about 40 per day to over 289.80 per day (thirty day moving average).  Thanks for taking a look at "suffieldtownshipohio.com".  Tell your friends about us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wingfoot Lake State Park

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Wingfoot Lake State Park is Suffield's only park.   It was opened by the Ohio State Parks & Recreation Department in 2009.  Goodyear had operated the park since the 1960's as a private playground for its employees and for corporate retreats.  As the company footprint grew smaller in the Akron area Goodyear decided to close the park in 2006.  To learn more about the park, such as rental of the facilities, visit the park's website:  http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/wingfootlake

Town Hall Rental

The historic Suffield Town Hall can be rented by residents and non-residents for various events.  For complete information on the availability, costs and regulations on renting the Town Hall, please call the Town Hall administrator Shannon Eldreth at 330-807-0384.

 

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