Vermilion Township trustees receive department updates

The Vermilion Township trustees met on Wednesday, May 15, for a regular meeting. Road foreman Steve Young reported on the following: Berm cutting and tree trimming has been completed; Issue with the bus bar was discussed; The street light on Cemetery Road and Darrow Road has not been put back up; Poorman Road Drainage ProjectContinue reading “Vermilion Township trustees receive department updates”

Vermilion Township trustees discuss employee health insurance options

The Vermilion Township Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, October 17, for a regular meeting. The following is from the unapproved minutes of that meeting. Road foreman Steve Young reported that the heaters are hooked up in the old building; propane tank has been moved; new building is progressing nicely; battery box has been orderedContinue reading “Vermilion Township trustees discuss employee health insurance options”

Vermilion Township Fire is two months and 94 calls into its new EMS service

By Candace Barczyk It has only been on the road since August 19 of this year, but the Vermilion Township Fire Department’s new EMS service for residents is making a quick impact, responding to 94 calls in its first two months on the road. Fire Chief Frank Triana stated that the vision for the EMSContinue reading “Vermilion Township Fire is two months and 94 calls into its new EMS service”

New Vermilion Township building is going up on Stanley Road this month

By Candace Barczyk The Vermilion Township Garage on Stanley Road is in the process of getting a facelift, and much of the Oct. 3 Vermilion Township Board of Trustees centered around costs associated with the new building, the framing for which was set to go up beginning on Monday, Oct. 8. Township Administrator Robert KurtzContinue reading “New Vermilion Township building is going up on Stanley Road this month”

Township fire department at 337 runs this year, considers buying new apparatus

Between August 1 and August 14, the township fire department responded to 18 EMS assists and 1 vehicle accident. Between August 15 and August 31, the department responded to 8 EMS assists, 14 EMS runs, 3 vehicle accidents, 1 residential alarm, 1 gas leak, and 1 possible vehicle fire. Between September 1 and September 18, theContinue reading “Township fire department at 337 runs this year, considers buying new apparatus”

Vermilion Township trustees have a busy month making important decisions

At the Wednesday, August 15, regular meeting of the Vermilion Township trustees, building official/zoning administrator Robert Kurtz reported that the reached out to the Department of Agriculture concerning resident concerns about the Gypsy Moth problem. They set up an educational meeting for August 21 open to the public to teach residents how they can protectContinue reading “Vermilion Township trustees have a busy month making important decisions”

Vermilion Township trustees discuss moth problem, Sassafras repair, chickens

By Karen Cornelius   The Vermilion Township trustees met on Wednesday, August 1, at the township’s office on State Route 60. All the trustees were present, Charles Trinter, Ronald Dickel, and Christopher Decker along with Brenda Zsebik, fiscal officer; Robert Kurtz, building official/zoning administrator; Frank Triana, Vermilion Township fire chief; and Tina Karres, township secretary.Continue reading “Vermilion Township trustees discuss moth problem, Sassafras repair, chickens”

Township reviews new fire truck

By Karen Cornelius   At the Wednesday, August 1, meeting of the Vermilion Township trustees, Vermilion Township Fire Chief Frank Triana started a dialogue on the purchase of a new fire truck estimated to cost a total of $609,934. It would be a dual-purpose truck. The truck would basically be two trucks in one.  Continue reading “Township reviews new fire truck”

Vermilion Township trustees respond to multiple resident complaints

The Vermilion Township Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, June 6, for a regular meeting. The following are from the unapproved minutes of that meeting. Resident concerns: Resident Carl Hill brought up a concern regarding garbage receptacles at Shore Acres.  Robert Kurtz stated he would follow-up with the Erie County Health Department since they haveContinue reading “Vermilion Township trustees respond to multiple resident complaints”

Township gets closer to being able to offer EMS transport to residents

The Vermilion Township trustees met for a regular meeting Wednesday, March 21. The following is from the minutes of that meeting. From the audience: Tim Riesterer, Margaretta Township was in attendance to catch up on local issues and will be running for Erie County Commissioner.  Mr. Young asked what plans he has for the future. Continue reading “Township gets closer to being able to offer EMS transport to residents”