LAKE TWP.  The Lake Township Trustees set a public hearing for rezoning request at 6:15 p.m. June 26.

The rezoning is for approximately 24 acres located on the west of Cleveland Avenue and north of State Street. The request is to go from low density residential to planned residential. The regular trustees meeting will immediately follow.

OTHER ACTIONS: 

- Authorized paying bills as of June 12, in the amount of $197,503.

- Chief Harold Britt of the Uniontown Police Department was awarded a Life Saving certificate for saving the life of a resident who was choking on food in a restaurant. Britt was in the restaurant eating dinner when someone started choking. He performed the Heimlich maneuver but couldn’t get the food dislodged so he had to remove two pieces of steak by reaching into the person’s mouth.

- Authorized legal counsel to file a zoning enforcement lawsuit on Genesis Auto & Tire at 8795 Middlebranch Ave. NE in North Canton. Trustee President Galen Stoll said the property owner is operating a business in a residential zoned area.

- Approved a Memorandum of Understanding with Stark County Sheriff’s Office OVI Task Force for the road department to assist in setting up checkpoints on an ongoing basis. Road department will have expenses reimbursed by the OVI Task Force.

- Approved the purchase of a Vyper Opticam Series Video Inspection System from Jack Doheny Companies for $8,142. The trustees said the system will be used to diagnosis problems in pipelines around the township.

- Authorized the purchase of 2,400 foot of pipe from Marlboro Supply for $10,800.

- Renewed a cleaning agreement with Carol Brown DBA Carol Brown Cleaning Services from July 1-June 30, 2018 with no cost increase from previous years.

- Renewed a license agreement for an investigation software package called LeadsOnline for one year for the Uniontown Police Department at a cost of $1,578.

UP NEXT: The next Board meeting is 6:30 p.m. June 26 at the Township Hall.