Administration & Finance


Township Administration provides leadership for the organization. By translating policy as established by the Board of Township Trustees into operating programs. Administration ensures that the Township’s resources are used in the most efficient and effective means possible.

In partnership with the Fiscal Office, Administration oversees the careful allocation of the Township’s financial resources to ensure that public funds are prudently used and financial practices are consistent with state and federal requirements, including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

The Ohio Revised Code (ORC) requires that townships sell declared surplus items of a certain value via public auction, sealed bid, sale, or negotiation. Given the convenience, transparency, limitless pool of potential buyers, and competitiveness of online auctions, the Township utilizes to publically auction surplus equipment and supplies. GovDeals markets itself as a “liquidity services marketplace,” where bidding competition for surplus items is available around the clock from the convenience of a keyboard.