Category: 2015 Fall


Road work planned this winter

The Dover Township road crew is preparing equipment for winter snow removal, salting and de-icing. This includes making 750 tons of road salt available for the upcoming cold-weather season.

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Sheriff’s Office Launches Anti-Drug Website

The Sheriff’s Office has joined forces with our local Anti-Drug Coalition to develop an anti-drug website. Called 2smarttostart.com, teens can see first-hand the devastating physical effects from methamphetamine abuse

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It’s Campfire Season. Know Open Burning Regulations.

Barbecues, campfires, and cookouts are great—when open burning fires are safe and within state and township regulations. And one can make an argument for fires to rid properties of excess brush or waste. However, there are a few things to consider before lighting any open burning fire in Dover Township.

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Upcoming Events at Norma Johnson Center

Now in their 25th year, the Norma Johnson Center continues to fulfill its mission of promoting the conservation and preservation of natural resources through education, outreach and experience with a series of events at the end of 2015.

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A Word from Dover Township Trustee John Miceli

As we near the end of 2015, we use our final newsletter to reflect on the successes we’ve already achieved and
remind you of those we anticipate in the coming months.

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Residents Encouraged to Vote Tuesday, November 3

Before you head to the polls on November 3, here are a few important reminders from the Tuscarawas County Board of Elections (BOE) website.

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Lights and Signs: A Reminder from Zoning Inspector Dave Weber

We’ve received a lot of questions recently from businesses and individuals regarding lights and signs in Dover Township, and I would like to take a moment to remind you of our zoning regulations and request that those interested in placing a sign or business lighting first review our regulations online or call me.

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