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Melscheimer restoration project receives $15,000 grant

By NANCY COLLIER Press-News Writer Published: April 21, 2017 10:00 AM

When Pike Township trustees met in regular session April 17, Melscheimer School restoration chairperson Nancy Snyder reported the group had received a $15,000 grant from the Ohio Facilities Commission. Senator Scott Oelslager was instrumental in acquiring the grant, which will both reimburse past projects and also fund some new ventures.

Snyder noted the BZA will meet on April 18 to act on three issues.

Mark Pahanish, road supervisor, reported his crew has begun mowing. He stated the clean-up day on April 16 had a substantial turnout. Trustees agreed to have the 2005 dump truck sandblasted and painted.

In other business, trustees:

Passed a resolution establishing a no-engine brake zone from 5477-6245 Cleveland Ave.

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Reminded residents of cemetery cleanup on April 20.

Noted issues on the May 2 ballot for Pike residents will be the renewal of the Stark County sales tax and an additional tax for Tri-Division Ambulance.

Mentioned Pike Grange will have a Swiss steak dinner on April 29.

The next regular meeting will be May 1, 7:30 p.m.


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