Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Union Township citizens get say on home rule

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        UNION TOWNSHIP — Township leaders will hold the second of two public meetings tonight to gauge public opinion and answer questions regarding the township's proposed switch to a home-rule form of government.

        The change, which will be voted on by township trustees next month, would allow greater flexibility in borrowing money and providing services.

        The 8 p.m. public meeting will be at the Union Township Administration Building, 9113 Cincinnati-Dayton Road in Butler County.

        Trustees are scheduled to take a final vote on adopting home-rule government during their Dec. 21 meeting.


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