Job Opening - Career Firefighter/Paramedic
Plain Township is seeking applications for the position of Career Firefighter/Paramedic. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. [More Information]
OTA Scholarship Application
The Ohio Township Association (OTA) was established in 1928 for the purpose of preserving and promoting Ohio's townships. Today, there are 1,308 townships in Ohio. As part of its promotion efforts, the OTA began offering scholarships to high school seniors in 2005. Three $1,500 scholarships are being offered in 2015.
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Friends of the Library
Join Friends of the Library - Enriching the quality and services of the Plain Community Branch of the Stark County Library.
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Recycling & Reuse Guide
Download the Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Joint Solid Waste Management District's Recycling & Reuse Guide to find answers for your questions about solid waste management.
The last chance to enjoy Plain Township's Supper Market will be Monday September 29, 2014 from 4:30-7:30pm at Schneider Community Park located at 1714 Schneider Street NE, Canton, 44721 across from Glen Oak High School and next to Plain Township's Central Fire Station.
Indoor Soccer - Session I
Registration deadline October 30, 2014.
Recreational Indoor Soccer - Session I
Registration deadline October 11, 2014.
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Plain Township Seeking a 1.5 Mill Additional Road Levy
On November 4, 2014, Plain Township will be seeking a 1.5 mill additional road levy. The Plain Township Road Department maintains 174 miles of township roadway.
Unfortunately, due to the skyrocketing cost of asphalt, the Township has had to cut its paving program from paving 14 miles of roads in 2005, to only 8 miles in 2014. Just 10 years ago, the Township spent $757,000 to pave those 14 miles, including curb and gutter work, while this year the cost to pave just 8 miles was $720,000.
Our Road Department has not been able to install or repair curbs and gutters recently due to the increasingly high cost of concrete over the past several years. As a result, Plain Township is rapidly falling behind in its paving program. [More Information]