Thursday, November 16, 2000

Green Twp. to fill empty trustee's spot




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        GREEN TOWNSHIP — Anyone interested in becoming the township's newest trustee has until Wednesdayto get an application in to the township administration complex, 6305 Harrison Ave.

        The vacancy occurs because Trustee Bill Seitz was elected state representative last Tuesday in the 34th House District. Mr. Seitz defeated Dr. Jean Siebenaler for the open House seat.

        Trustees Tony Upton and J. Dale Proffitt will be responsible for naming Mr. Seitz's successor. Both have said they would like to choose by mid-December.

        “Tony and I are usually on the same page,” said Mr. Proffitt. “I think we'll have a good group of candidates. I'm looking forward to appointing someone who's energized and looking out for the best interests of Green Township residents.”

        Whoever is chosen would serve out the remainder of Mr. Seitz's term, which expires on Dec. 31, 2001.

       



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