On Tuesday October 12 the Suffield Township Board of Trustees met to discuss an assortment of issues.  Fire Chief Bob Rasnick reported that the Fire Department responded to, what he believes, was a record number of calls for a month's service.  Ninety-seven times the firemen went on calls.  He reported that Firefighters Kevin Lessman and Kris Hendershot resigned from the department.  No one has been chosen to take their places on the roster.  The Chief was also very pleased with the Open House on October 10th and the number of people that turned out to participate.  Breast Cancer Awareness Month tee shirts are on sale at the Fire Department for $20.00 each.  All proceeds from the sale of shirts will be given to families of breast cancer victims. 

A lengthy discussion on a Christmas Lighting contest was had with no final decision of whether to join a competition similar to last year's or join with other communities, to include, but not limited to: the City of Stow and the City of Tallmadge.  A new antiques store is going to open at the corner of Waterloo Road and State Route 43 in the building that formerly housed a used car lot and a video store before that.  No date was given for the grand opening.   The trustees signed an agreement with the county commissioners to renew their contact for solid waste management, namely curbside recycling.  The new short-term agreement calls for bi-weekly pickups and a charge to your property taxes in the amount of $5.50 per month.  The new agreement extends the contract from January 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.

The Suffield League and the Wingfoot Lake Park are working together to present a Fall Festival at the park on Friday October 29th from 5:00 PM till 9:00 PM.  There will be live music, hayrides, a Trunk or Treat, a Spooky Haunted Trail and S'mores.  For more information, call the park office at 628-4720.  Board chairman Jeff Eldreth suggested that the trustees organize a night at the movies.  This would be held indoors at the historic Town Hall.  More on this later. 

The trustees meet next on Tuesday October 28th at 7:00 AM.   The Zoning Commission meets on Wednesday October 13th at 7:00 PM and the Board of Zoning Appeals meets on Tuesday October 19th at 8:00 PM.  Best wishes to Zoning Commission chairman John Yeargin and his wife Judy on their recent illnesses.

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Annual Craft Bazaar Is November 19th At S.U.C.C.

The annual Craft Bazaar at the Suffield United Church of Christ will be held on November 19th from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM.  Homemade crafts, homemade soup and homemade apple dumplings are featured. 

Lion's Club Is Selling Cemetery Blankets 

The Suffield Township Lions Club is selling cemetery blankets beginning November 1st.  The cost is $30.00.  Contact Diane Kuntzman at 699-6856 to order or for more information.

The Lion's Club also has a building next to Suffield Elementary School available.  Call Diane Kuntzman at 699-6856 for more information.

 

BZA Denies Trares Road Zoning Change

The Suffield Township Board of Zoning Appeals met on Tuesday October 4th at 7:00 PM to consider a variance to allow Doug Susong of 2287 Trares Road to operate a fabricating shop at that location and at 2321 Trares Road.  After a sometimes contentious meeting, the BZA denied the request 5-0.The public is welcome to attend.

BZA Okays ATV/Motorcycle Repair Business in R-1 District

The Suffield Township Board of Zoning Appeals met for almost two hours on Thursday November 3rd to hear Tim Dettling of 1792 Skylark Drive ask for a variance to operate a ATV/motorcycle repair business in the accessory building at the rear of his property.  The discussion was heated at times with various neighbors hearing and seeing things differently.  After all was said and done, Board member Brian Cheshire motions to permit the variance with several caveats.  The work hours must be 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and when and if the property is sold by Dettling, the variance will be terminated.  Dave Duma seconded the motion and it passed 3-1.

Mogadore Whips Cuyahoga Heights 41-10, Plays Kirtland On November 19th

Week Thirteen:  Mogadore played Cuyahoga Heights (9-2) at Twinsburg on Saturday November 12th and came away with an impressive 41-10 win  The Wildcats improve to 12-0.  On Saturday November 19th Mogadore has a game with the top seeded Kirtland Hornets (13-0) at a site still to be determined.

Week Twelve:  Mogadore (11-0) hosted the Canton Central Catholic Crusaders (7-5) on Friday November 4th and was able to hold on to win 19-14.  Lack of a reliable field goal kicker allowed this game to go the very last play of the game, where a Crusader dropped a sure touchdown pass in the end zone.  Mogadore plays the Cuyahoga Heights Red Wolves (9-2) next Saturday November 12th at 7:00 PM at Twinsburg High School.

Week Eleven:  On October 28th, Field took its show on the road to Beloit and lost to West Branch (10-1) by a 52-20 count.  The loss eliminated the Falcons from the playoffs for 2022.  Congratulations to the Falcons for making the playoffs and some very memorable times during the season.  Mogadore hosted the Southeast Pirates and won 48-21.  The Wildcats (10-0) will play host again on November 4th.  Canton Central Catholic (7-4) will play Mogadore at 7:00 PM.

Week Ten:  Field (4-6) went to Cuyahoga Falls and lost to the Woodridge Bulldogs (7-3) by a 33-0 score.  Somehow Field managed to make it into the playoffs with their 4-6 record, finishing 16th in Region 13.  Woodridge finished 4th in the same region.  Field will play at Beloit West Branch (9-1) on October 28th.  Mogadore rolled along to another unbeaten regular season, beating the Rootstown Rovers 34-14.  The Wildcats will play Southeast (4-5) again on Friday October 28th at 7:00 PM in Mogadore.  Mogadore whipped the Pirates 47-6 on October 7th.

Week Nine:  Mogadore went to Louisville and beat the St. Thomas Aquinas Knights 40-18.  Mogadore goes to 7-0 and the Knights drop to 0-8.  Mogadore plays Rootstown (7-2) in Mogadore on Friday October 23rd.  Field hosted Norton on Friday October 14th and lost 38-7.  Field dropped to 4-5 and Norton goes to 7-2.  Field plays Woodridge on Friday October 21st in Cuyahoga Falls.  A loss to the Bulldogs will likely eliminate Field from the playoffs.  The Falcons are 16th in their Region, and only 16 teams make it to the playoffs from each region. 

Week Eight:  On Friday October 7th the Mogadore Wildcats went to Palmyra and beat the Southeast Pirates 47-6.  The Wildcats improve to 7-0 and the Pirates drop to 4-4.  Next up for the Wildcats is St. Thomas Aquinas (0-7).  Field made an astounding comeback and scored a touchdown with 18 seconds left to beat Coventry (4-4) 35-20.  Field goes to 4-4 and Coventry goes to 5-3.   

Week Seven:  Due to illnesses, University School was unable to field a team on Friday September 30th, thus the game between Mogadore and University School was postponed.  No make-up date was set, and with just three weeks to go in the season, there is a  strong possibility that no make-up will be played.  Mogadore (6-0) travels to Southeast (4-2) next Friday.  Southeast postponed tonight's game with St Thomas Aquinas.  The Field Falcons (3-4)  were on the cusp of winning a game against Streetsboro (4-3), but the Rockets came up big to prevail 38-34.  Field had scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, but Streetsboro got a late touchdown and PAT to win the game.  Field travels to Coventry (5-2) next Friday for a 7:00 PM game.  Coventry destroyed Ravenna this week 38-16.

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.

 

Suffield Township Website Passes 880,000 Visitors Since April 1, 2015

As of November 3, 2022, Suffield Township's website had 880,203 visitors since April 1, 2015.  Since the "new" website was adopted, the daily viewership has risen from about 40 per day to over 234.93 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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