Poland Township Government, 3339 Dobbins Road, Poland, OH 44514
Phone: 330.757.0733
Poland Township Government
3339 Dobbins Road, Poland, OH 44514
Phone: 330.757.0733

01-05-2022 Special Meeting

                                                                                      JANUARY 5, 2022   
                                                                                     SPECIAL MEETING   

The Poland Township Board of Trustees held a special meeting January 5, 2022 at the Poland Township Government Center located at 3339 Dobbins Road Poland, Ohio.

Mr. Ungaro opens the special meeting.

Chief Wilson led the Pledge of Allegiance.

The purpose of this special meeting is for discussion of the COVID-19 money distribution.

The news media was notified.

Mr. Scharville calls roll call. Mr. Ungaro, Mrs. Wollet and Mr. Kempers were present.

Mr. Ungaro presents a form to fill out for the projects requested from individuals who request fund relief. 

Mr. Ungaro motions to approve the purchase of additional 2,000 kits at the price $750 in conjunction with the Village of Poland with the use of the COVID funding. Seconded by Mrs. Wollet. Voting yes - Ungaro, Wollet and Kempers. Motion carried.

Larry Baughman 1791 Lemont Drive, he is representing the Poland Historic Society and they are interested in filling out the form to receive fund relief, due to their losses from COVID to their non-profit company.

Mr. Canter explains these businesses must be Poland Township based businesses and must be used by year 2024.

Cindy Best, she is representing Celebrate Poland request to fill a form out.

Craig Hockenberry, superintendent for Poland High School, expresses about safety personnel within the school which they did not budget into their funds and are looking into the possible opportunity also there is a local clean company that does contingent cleaning which also was not budget into the funds.

Mr. Flicky is present to discuss the updated list for funding.

Robert Chance 2690 Highland Ave, of the sidewalk that goes from Clingan Road to the high school if this project would be considered as for the COVID funding since it is due for repair. He also spoke about possibility of a digital sign on Highland since it is a through street and high traffic that speeds.

Chief Wilson is present to discuss items he believes would be necessary for the police department of Poland Township.

Mr. Ungaro motions to adjourn the meeting at 6:00 p.m. Seconded by Mrs. Wollet. Voting yes- Ungaro, Wollet and Kempers. Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned.

Eric C. Ungaro, Chairman                                                   
Edward Kempers, Vice Chair
Joanne Wollet, Trustee                                                       
Paul J. Canter, Fiscal Officer