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Champion Township residents encouraged to take survey

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WARREN, Ohio- Starting May 14th, a community suvey for Champion Township is available for residents to fill out online.

The survey is part of the township's comprehensive plan to seek residents' input on future development and growth of the community.

It is part of the Trumbull County Planning Commission. 

Trustee Chairman Jeff Hovanic said the survey will be available online at championtownship.org or hard copies are available at the township hall, fire station, True Value Hardware, Sparkle Market, Sharon's BP Gas Station, RD Banks Chevrolet, Master La-France Dry Cleaners, SCOPE and local churches.

Hard copies of the survey must be returned by June 10th to the town hall or fire station or mailed back to the county planning commission.

 

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