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The township does not have an exclusive contract with Universal Disposal, they simply wanted the opportunity to offer special pricing for recycling & garbage pick up to the residents of Madison.
As you may know, the township's recycling center has been funded by Lake County for the past 5 years through a grant program. After 2014 the grant program will come to a close and the County will no longer be able to fund the center. Which means the township has to determine how to pay for the cost of having the materials hauled to the transfer station, among other costs. With the cuts the State has made over the last two years, the township may not be able to afford to fund it.
The trustees felt that by allowing Universal Disposal to make this offer to the residents it could help alleviate the amount the center takes in which will reduce some of the costs to the township, allowing the township to keep the center open.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at (440) 428-5128.
Wondering what to do with all of those leaves? Go to the Lake County Recycling page for a listing of many recycling options, including what to do with your leaves. Look for the red text stating "Click here for additional recycling options".
Residents that have called to inquire about what to do with their leaves have been given some suggestions and told as a last resort to call the landfill. We have learned that the landfill does not accept yard waste of any kind. Our apologies for that misinformation.
Council On Aging
~ information for everyone, not just the Older Folks!
(Click on the picture to be linked to the newsletter)
|The October Newsletter includes
information on Senior Scams, Medicare Open
Enrollment, Meals on Wheels drivers
& volunteers, hearing screenings, and more
|The November Newsletter includes
on a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Meals on Wheels,
information on being a Santa to a Senior program,
Volunteering for the Meals on Wheels Program, and the
Johnnycake Singers Holiday Concert information
Sewers Clean: Stormwater goes
directly from the storm drains into our streams, creeks, and lake -
without being cleaned first!
Storm sewers are meant for rain water only. When we blow our leaves, wash our vehicles in the driveway, blow our grass clippings into the street, or throw those cigarette butts and other garbage out the window it all goes to our streams and rivers and then into our beautiful Lake Erie. We can all do something to keep our lake, rivers, and streams clean and the effort is equal to the effort it takes to dirty them!
Visit our Stormwater Management link on the right for useful information that you can use to help maintain healthy storm water sewers. Definitely visit the Lake County Stormwater Management Department's website directly at www.lakecountyohio.gov/smd. There is eye-opening information there that will motivate you to taking care of our storm sewers, and ultimately, our lakes, streams, and rivers.
Need to know what to do with the leaves? Contact local nurseries to see if they will take them; mulch them into your yard-it's good for the grass; or start a compost pile. For more information on where to take your leaves, Lake County has put together a document which can be accessed on their recycling page. Scroll down and look for the red text stating "Click here for additional recycling options".
How can you help prevent flooding? To start, do not pile your leaves and yard waste in a storm culvert (ditch). For more information that guide you on how to keep our storm sewers clean, click here. You can also check out this WKYC video to learn more about the watershed in your area.
Trustee Meeting: The next trustee meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 10th, 2013. The workshop begins at 6:00pm and the regular meeting at 7:00pm. There will also be a Zoning Hearing at 5:45pm.
Take note to the new trees planted at Township Park! The Garden Club donated twenty trees to Township Park and planted them with the help of Tim Brotzman. Much thanks goes to all involved for this generous donation!
Madison Video: Madison High School student Kory Piorkowski's video "Tour of Madison".
|Government Surplus Auction Site||Emergency Preparedness||Lake Erie E Coastal Gazette Newsletter|
Website Hit Counters Visitors to Date (start date: 09/07/2010)
Township Administrative Offices
2065 Hubbard Road
|Madison Village||Madison Fire District|
|Madison Schools||Madison Library|
|Recreation District||Historical Society|
|Food Center||Chamber of Commerce|
|Lake Co Health District||Adopt-A-Beach Info|
|Lake Co ACHIEVE Wellness Program||Fair Housing|
|Lake Metroparks||Council on Aging|
|Lake County Offices|
PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL PROGRAM:
The Lake County General Health District has started a drug collection/disposal program. This program allows Lake County residents to bring their unwanted and expired medications to the drop off box at various locations in Lake County. The drop off box in Madison is located at the Madison Township Administrative Offices at 2065 Hubbard Road.
For more information on what & how to dispose, visit the Lake County General Health District's website.
IS YOUR HOME IN NEED OF REPAIR?
If your home is in need of repair but you can't afford to make the repairs, there are programs that can help.
FHLB REHAB PROGRAM: This program is open to disabled homeowners/dependents who qualify
LAKE COUNTY REHAB PROGRAM: This program is open to Lake County residents who need to make repairs to their homes.* Emergency Repairs, Disabled, Full Single family homes all qualify.
*Mentor residents are not eligible for the Lake County Rehab Program, please see the website below for Mentor's Rehab Program
Contact the Western Reserve Community Development Corporation at (440) 357-4400 or visit their website at www.wrcdc.org for more information.
OVER 55 & NEED A JOB?
Lake County Mature Services has a program that can help you get a part-time job without reducing your unemployment compensation. Visit their website at www.matureservices.org
NEED HELP FINDING & ACCESSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS?
The Lake County General Health District is now able to provide a service to all Ohio residents. They are now a Pro-Site for the Ohio Benefit Bank!
The Ohio Benefit Bank can tell you if you qualify for an even help prepare and submit applications for programs such as; Child Care Subsidies, USDA Child Nutrition Programs, Health Care Coverage, Federal Student Aid, H.E.A.P (Heating Assistance), and many more!
For more information, read their press release or visit the Ohio Benefit Bank's website