Public Notices and Announcements

Notice of Public Hearing (July 24, 2017)

The Perry Township Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a Public Hearing at the Perry Township Administrative Offices, 3740 Center Road, on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to hear the following Appeal:

Appeal 03-17:    The variance is filed by Gina Deas, pertaining to property located at 2594 Narrows Road, Painesville, OH  44077 (Perry Township) Permanent Parcel Number 03-A-005-0-00-020-0.  This property is in Business and Commercial 1 (B-1) Zoning District. The applicant requests authorization from the Board of Zoning Appeals in regards to Section 301.03 Area, Setback, and Height Regulations.  The applicant is requesting to split 50 feet off (the length of her property) of 03-A-005-0-00-027-0 and add it to 03-A-005-0-00-020-0.   Both of the parcels are non-conforming and will continue to be non-conforming.

Lake County General Health District News Release (May 23, 2017)

https://www.lcghd.org/?nooz_release=financial-assistance-program-for-household-sewage-treatment-system-repairs-and-replacements

Board Opportunities (December 1, 2016)

From time to time, Perry Township has opportunities for residents to serve on different boards.  The openings are generally residents of the Township that are appointed by the Board of Trustees.  Some of the Boards included are the Perry Area Joint Recreation Board, the Zoning Commission, Perry Economic Development Council, Board of Zoning Appeals and the Perry Fall Festival.

If you would be interested in serving on a Board in the future, please send a letter of interest to the attention of Perry Township Administrator Walter R. Siegel.  We will keep it on file for when such an opening exists.

NOPEC Update (November 8, 2016)

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Change to the Perry Community’s electric aggregation supplier (November 3, 2016)

Our community is a member of the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC), which selected FirstEnergy Solutions to provide electric generation service to eligible participants at a savings of 6% off the utility’s generation rate for residents and 4% off for small businesses.

After negotiations between the groups failed, FirstEnergy Solutions provided notice to NOPEC that they would be ending their contract with them.

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