A Word from Dover Township Trustee John Miceli

Head shot Miceli-11A FOR RELEASEAs township officials, we often fail to address—with you, our Dover Township residents—the tireless efforts of our road crew. This three-man team works year-round to prevent the deterioration of our near 50-miles of roadways. Whether they are plowing snow and applying salt in winter or filling potholes and clearing ditches and culverts in spring, our crew deserves our constant thanks—and far more importantly—your attention while driving. Be alert this summer as our crew mows your township roads.

If you have not yet seen Dover Township’s new location at 2000 Red Hill Road, please take a moment to drive past. Formerly a blighted brickyard, our new location has been prudently designed to efficiently serve current and future-generations as the central hub for officials, road crews, and residents. Subscribe to our digital newsletter for information about the completion of our renovation.

To reduce waste and streamline our communications with you, our printed newsletter has been reformatted to concisely provide only the most important information. It is also available electronically and will be emailed to residents who register at http://www.dovertownship.us. Our website has also been reformatted to provide you with up-to-the-minute news from our office and other Tuscarawas County agencies, frequently requested forms, zoning information, and our archives. Township officials strongly encourage you to visit the new website and sign-up for our email list and digital newsletter.

 Originally published in the Summer 2014 Newsletter

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