From your Delaware General Health District - as of Feb.11, 2020
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have confirmed 13 cases of novel coronavirus within the United States, there are no confirmed cases in Ohio and our state remains at very low risk. There are 7 different types of coronavirus. The new (novel) 2019-nCoV virus should not be confused with the other human coronaviruses that people around the world commonly get infected with. Click for symptoms sheet.
Please be advised that weather permitting on Wednesday, 2/12 or Thursday, 2/13, Haverfield will be mobilizing to the Ohio Edison region and will begin performing Comprehensive Visual Inspections (CVIs) on all Ohio Edison 138kV transmission lines. These inspections are expected to take approximately eight weeks to complete but as always, inclement weather or any non-routine and outage patrols could prolong completion.
The helicopter to be used for these inspections is a black, Hughes MD500 with red tail registration numbers N721RP – see photo
A comprehensive visual inspection (CVI) is a slow, structure-by-structure, span-by-span inspection where the inspector onboard the helicopter gets a thorough look from top to bottom at each structure, associated hardware, and conductors of the transmission line(s). The helicopter will be moving very slowly along each of the transmission lines and will often be seen hovering while carrying out these inspections.
It should be noted that the contractor has been authorized to patrol the transmission circuits in their entirety (i.e. "breaker-to-breaker"), so patrols on certain lines may therefore extend into the neighboring regions. The flight crew provides information on their daily location to both Transmission Lines Maintenance and the FCC, and the pilot will be in communication with any local airports when in their airspace.
Please contact myself or Transmission Program Manager, Patrick Stevens (304-534-7498) with any questions or concerns regarding the upcoming patrols and please forward this communication internally to anyone else as needed.
Josh CrossExternal AffairsOhio Edison
As far back as 1790, we’ve been counting everyone who lives in this country. We call it the census. And America’s founders included the census in the Constitution because they wanted a government that represents the people. Article 1 Section 2 mandates that a census occur every ten years. And that count is used to allocate seats in the House of Representatives for the next 10 years for all 50 states.
But the census is all that and more. It's a once-a-decade chance to track the shifts in population across our country. Where do we need to build more schools, hospitals, and roads? Your response to the 2020 Census will inform how billions in federal funding flow to communities every year. In the spring of 2020, everyone in our country will get counted.
So whether you are a Celtic, Baron, or Patriot, or a recent graduate or a retiree, farmer or factory worker, artist or aspiring astronaut, this message is for you. You count! Grandparents count, newborns count, and everyone you’ve seen today counts. If you’ve lived in the country only a few weeks or for your entire life, you count. If you live alone, with family, with friends, or with people you don’t know all that well, you all count. Everyone counts!
And everyone living in your household on April 1st needs to get counted as part of the 2020 Census. So when you get your invitation from the U.S. Census Bureau to participate in the 2020 Census, we’re counting on you to participate. Visit 2020census.gov for more information. Census confidentiality statement.
CAR/BOOSTER SEAT INSPECTION SCHEDULE 2020:
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Morrow County Fairgrounds195 S. Main St., Mount Gilead
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Electronics & Paper Shredding
Marion County Fairgrounds220 E. Fairgrounds St., Marion
Televisions $20 eachElectronics FREEPaper Shredding FREE
740-223-4120 for more information
Knox County Fairgrounds125 Fairgrounds Rd., Mount Vernon
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CONCORD TOWNSHIP'S COMMUNITY PROFILE
Please click the links below to access the Community Profile results for Concord Township, Delaware County, and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), all from your Delaware General Health District:
Community Profile FAQs
Concord Township Community Profile
Delaware County Community Profile
Capital Energy / Constellation Energy letter: This applies to the Ohio Edison part of the township. Because Constellation purchased Capital they are receiving notification. That program runs through July 2020.
First Energy Solutions letter: This applies to the AEP part of the township. AEP customers were switched to First Energy Solutions (FES). FES is in the process of restructuring and they are going to get a new name. Therefore FES sent letters stating this. No changes in the program or terms and conditions.
Concord Township Available Positions
Available Positions for Concord Township Board of Zoning Commission (BZC) Alternate and Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) Alternate. Meetings/Hearings are held on an ‘as needed basis’ on the first and/or third Tuesdays of the month for the BZC and the second and/or fourth Tuesdays of the month for the BZA. Must be a Concord Township resident to apply. If interested, please notify Trustee, Haney at email@example.com, include the Board for which you are applying, your full name, address and other information/qualifications/reasons why you are interested in participating on a township zoning board.
For more information click BZA or BZC.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE ZONING TAB FOR SCHEDULED MEETINGS AND ADDITIONAL RE-ZONINGS IN THE TOWNSHIP. MEETINGS ARE ALSO ON THE CALENDAR LINK ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN.
Concord Township Board of Trustees
Click for 2020 Meeting Schedule
2nd & 4th Wednesdays ~ 7:00pm ~ Concord Township Admin Building
6385 Home Rd., Delaware, OH 43015
Click here for more information
General Information click HERE or call 800-601-1867 or visit https://www.republicservices.com/
Sign up for “My Resource”. Click on the “Residential” button, scroll down the page and sign up for my resource. This is a free web based link allowing residents to pay bills, request additional services or cart replacements/repairs, and get service updates.
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