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Kenston Blood Drive – American Red Cross

Date : 6/10/2020 Start Time : 09:30 AM End Time :  02:30 PM                                                        BLOOD DRIVES ARE ESSENTIAL Where : Adam Hall Community Center Address : 11455 E. Washington St.,  Auburn Township, OH 44023   There will be no walk-ins, online registration

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Request for Proposals for Design & Build Team Services

Proposal Deadline:  4:00pm on 5/15/2020 Proposal Drop Off: Auburn Administration Building, 11010 Washington Street, Auburn Township, OH  44023 BID OPENING: Friday, May 15, 2020 @ 4:05pm BID Award:  Monday, May 18, 2020 at the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees at Auburn Administration Building, 11010 Washington St., Auburn Township, OH 44023. Meeting starts at 7:30pm

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GovDeals

Govdeals.com is the online auction site used for the disposal of unneeded, obsolete, or unfit township property authorized by the Auburn Township Board of Trustees in accordance with ORC 505.10. Resolution 2015-09

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Absentee mail-in voting extended through April 28th

Registered Voters who have not yet voted in the 2020 Primary Election can do so by ABSENTEE,  mail in ballots postmarked through APRIL 27, 2020. In person voting will only occur on April 28th and only at boards of elections early vote centers, not at precinct polling locations.  In-person voting will only be available for individuals

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Important Updates Regarding COVID 19

In order to minimize the spread of the Coronavirus, Auburn Township is practicing precautionary measures as ordered by Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health. Auburn Administration Office, Zoning Department, Fiscal Office and Road Department will remain staffed but CLOSED to the public. All business will be conducted via phone or email. ROAD

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information & Press Releases PRESS RELEASE – Geauga Public Health 3/08/2020 PRESS RELEASE – Geauga Public Health 3/16/2020 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH GEAUGA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Gov. Mike DeWine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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