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Zoning Fee Schedule

The Painesville Township Zoning Fee Schedule has been revised with changes to be effective on January 1, 2016.  You may view the new fee schedule by clicking the link below. Zoning Fee Schedule January 1, 2016  

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Transient Vendor Permit

A Transient Vendor Permit has been issued to Truegreen.  Seven of their representatives are registered to solicit customers for their lawn care services on a door-to-door basis.  This permit is valid for the period commencing on April 26, 2015 and ending on July 25, 2015.

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The Next Trustees Meeting is on September 5…

The next Trustee Meeting is on September 5.  The Work Session will begin at 9:00 am, and the Business Meeting will begin at 11:00 am.  The meeting will be at Painesville Township Hall.                

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Zoning Commission Mtg/Public Hearings

The Painesville Township Zoning Commission will meet at Township Hall at 6:30 PM on Monday, September 11, 2017.  The Zoning Commission will be holding a public hearing on a proposed text amendment to the Zoning Resolution.  Case 17-ZC-09 is an amendment to sub-section 5.25 and proposes a change in the definition of a “building.” Case 17-ZC-08 was continued from the August 14th hearing date and the proposed change to Section 5.10, definition of a “deck”,  will be continued to be open to public...

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Public Hearing- Rezoning of 22 acres

The Painesville Township Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 6:05 p.m. at 55 Nye Road, Painesville, Ohio 44077, on the following:   14-ZC-01:  Proposed Zoning Change for property located on Mentor Avenue, Permanent Parcel Nos. 11-A-013-0-00-001-0, 11-A-013-0-00-002-0 and 11-A-013-0-00-003-0 by applicants Linda and Robert Kallay, Trustees (owner) and Redwood Acquisitions, LLC (co-applicant) requesting all 3 parcels currently zoned B-1/R-1 to R-4 zoning for all parcels.   The text of the proposed request shall be available for examination...

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Ohio Township Association Report on Township Financial Performance

The Ohio Township Association, a nonprofit organization, recently authorized a study on Government Structure.  The study details the value of smaller local governments. The report examines how tax dollars are used and provides examples of how townships are more efficient and effective than their counterparts.  By clicking the link below, you can review a brochure summary of the report:  Summary Brochure Ohio Township Report on Township Financial...

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