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The Township minutes are posted on our website at and outside the fiscal office at the Boston Township Hall. Meetings are not covered by the West Side Leader.

Zoning Update: The Zoning Commission continues to work with Mark Majewski from NorthStar Planning to revise the zoning ordinance regarding home occupations and other issues. The Board of Zoning Appeals has a hearing scheduled for April 23 regarding Alpine Structures at 2730 Akron-Cleveland Road.

Road Department: Brush pick-up is scheduled for the first working Monday of each month starting with May 6 and continues through October 7. Place cut ends toward the road. Please, no dirt balls, no foreign materials such as lumber, nails, or any type of wire. This service is for limb trimming and storm clean-up. It is not for full tree removal. Please remember that it is the responsibility of the property owner to keep the ditch free of any material that can restrict the flow of storm water.

Police Levy: The township`s five-year police levy will expire in 2025. The trustees have authorized the township solicitor to investigate options available for continuing the levy.

April 8 Eclipse: Well, we survived the eclipse! It was a very interesting phenomenon and one that we will always remember. Fortunately, the adverse consequences were minimal compared to all the hype leading up to the actual event. The weather cooperated, the traffic was not crazy and eclipse glasses were in ready supply. With the 2024 eclipse as a basis, we can certainly plan better for the next total eclipse in 2099!

Cuyahoga Falls JEDD Update: As reported previously, Cuyahoga Falls extended its water service into the Cuyahoga Falls - Boston Township Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) from Seasons Road north to Sunbelt Rentals. To date four properties have connected to the water service and several more connections are pending. Summit County`s Department of Sanitary Sewer Services (DSSS) has committed to extend its sanitary sewer from Seasons Road north to Suncrest Garden Center. The construction contract should be awarded by DSSS by year end. Cost of the sewer extension is estimated to be $3.5 million paid by a combination federal and county funds alone with a contribution of $185,000 paid by the JEDD and benefiting property owners. For additional information, please contact Bill Clifton at 907-903-8844 or

WEBSITE: Visit our Website at to find up–to–date Township information. Contact numbers for the trustees: Amy Anderson: 330–657–2439, Randy Bergdorf: 330–655–5698, and Bill Clifton: 330–657–4032. Fiscal Officer: Pam Schneider at 330–657–2059; Road Department: Dave Krusinski at 330–657–2600; and Zoning: Mike Anderson at 234–900–9145.