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National Drug Take Back DayOn Saturday, October 29, 2022, from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M., Miami Township Police Department will be participating in the National Drug Take Back program. Bring your unused, expired, or old prescriptions to the MTPD lobby located at 5900 McPicken Drive.
PT Parks/Roads MaintenanceThe Miami Township Service Department has an opening for a PT Parks/Roads Maintenance worker. Primary responsibilities include custodial duties, litter pickup, building maintenance to any/all Township owned properties, buildings, grounds, and parks.
If you are interested, email your resume to Recruiting@miamitwpoh.gov or call 513-248-3728.
Provision and Installation of One Vehicle Exhaust Extraction SystemSealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Board of Trustees - 6101 Meijer Drive • 45150, by certified mail or in person before 2:00 pm on Friday OCT 7. For additional questions, contact the MTFD at (513) 248-3700.
BID SPECS • TECHNICAL SPECS
Milford Hills Intersection Widening ProjectSealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Board of Trustees - 6101 Meijer Drive • 45150, by certified mail or in person before 2:00 pm on Thursday OCT 6. For additional questions, contact the Service Department at (513) 248-3728.
• BID PACKET
• PROJECT SPECS
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The aggregate rate is $0.839 per ccf as opposed to the higher Duke Energy Retail Rate of $0.977 ccf. Below is an FAQ our broker, Energy Alliances, put together to assist residents in getting answers to questions. You may also contact Energy Alliances at (513) 794-5555 for additional information. During the next week, residents should receive a letter from AEP that explains - in even more detail, the rate, more about AEP, and how residents may opt out if they choose to do so.
• RESIDENT LETTER
• TOWNSHIP PAGE AT ENERGY ALLIANCES
• SAMPLE BILL with EXPLANATION
Land Use Plan Update
Keep up with progress on the Township's land use plan update. The Community Development staff will be updating info and holding preliminary meetings. Your comments are welcome!
CodeRED is a powerful tool that provides real-time emergency notifications and alerts to the people most affected, or who may be able to make a difference, in emergency situations. Notifications are made via text message, email, and/or voice message.