Howland Township welcomes a new Lions Club chapter!  On Wednesday, March 8th, the new Howland Township Lions Club will be having their next membership meeting at The Howland Shepherd of the Valley at 4100 N. River Road in the Chapel at 6:30 PM.

Men and Women 18 and older are welcome to attend and see and hear what the role of a Lions club will play in your community and perhaps join the largest service club in the world.

For more information please contact Bob Whited at 330-792-7907 or olebert1@aol.com

The Howland Township Police Department will be accepting applications for one full time patrol officer position.  Qualified applicants must have at least a high school diploma or GED, have attained the age of 21 by the date of hire, have a valid driver’s license, and be of good moral character with no history of felony or serious misdemeanor offenses.  In addition, candidates must have a valid OPOTA certificate.

     Those interested should go to the Howland Police Department to pick up an application, or download the application from the Howland Township Website. The website is Howlandtownship.org and click on the Police Tab. The application can be found at the bottom of the Frequently Asked Questions Page. Click on the hyperlink which will take you to the Application.

     Howland Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the bases of race, color, national origin, gender, religion or age.  All information received is subject to the public record laws of the State of Ohio.

Chief Nick Roberts

At the December 21st Trustees Meeting, Howland said goodbye to a long-time Fireman and the Police Chief and said hello to a new Police Chief.

Fred StosikFred Stosik began his tenure at Howland in the Police Department and after several years joined the Fire Department. Fred has over 30 years of service as he retires. Including his years prior to the township, Fred has 50 years in EMS service! He has touched many lives over those years and the township will miss him, but we wish him well on his retirement.

Paul Monroe

Paul Monroe has served as Howland Township’s Police Chief for 13 years and on the department for 29 years. During that time, Paul has left many positive marks on the reputation of the Howland Police Department. Paul has turned deficits into carryovers, while at the same time earning the respect of those under his command. Chief Monroe was more than a desk supervisor. He was actively involved on the street and kept a close connection to the cases investigated by the department. Paul will also be greatly missed here at Howland Township, but we are supporting him in his next role in law enforcement as the new Trumbull County Sheriff!

Nick RobertsAt the meeting, Paul handed over the reins of the HPD to the new Chief, Nick Roberts. Nick has served as the Assistant Police Chief for the last 5 years and has been with Howland Police since 2004. Nick has worked his way through the ranks to be a well-respected member of the force and a leader. As a matter of fact, he was recommended for the position by the rank and file of the HPD. Nick will take over officially as Police Chief on January 3rd. We wish him will well in his new position!

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Santanna Energy

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Howland Township announces that Santanna Energy Services has been chosen to provide residents and small businesses with low-cost natural gas supply following a competitive bidding process.  A supply rate of $2.69 per MCF has been set for gas consumed for December 2016 through November 2017 bill cycles.

To enroll in time for January gas flow, residents should enroll by December 23, 2016.

Those wishing to join the program supplied by Santanna Energy should expect to receive a notice in the mail around October 5, 2016.  The notice will explain the rate, terms and conditions, and options for enrolling in the natural gas program.  Santanna Energy recommends that residents 

The township is happy to make this program possible but asks that residents do not call the township offices, which are not equipped to handle a large volume of calls.  Residents are asked to contact Santanna Energy online at http://howlandSES.com or call toll free at 800-764-4427 to enroll or if they have questions.look for this letter and follow its simple instructions to enroll by phone or online at http://howlandSES.com  

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