Batavia Township announces that its annual Township Clean up and Recycle Days will be held on Thursday and Friday June 5th and 6th from 8am-7pm and Saturday, June 7th from 8am-5pm.
The event which is free for residents of the Township, enables residents to bring unwanted items such as old toys, lawnmowers, wash machines, old tires, etc. to either the 1535 Clough Pike or the 2401 Old State Route 32 location for disposal. We are offering free shredding of documents at our Clough Pike location on Saturday from 9am to 12 noon. We are also offering all appliances even those with freon, the rest of your appliance will be recycled.
For more information please CLICK HERE to download a form or contact Ken Embry at 513-732-1363.
The Batavia Township Board of Trustees are proud to announce that Batavia Township Community Center and park located at 1535 Clough Pike in Batavia will be the site for the Reds Rookie Success League of Clermont County.
The Reds Rookie Success League is a coed, character-building, introductory baseball program for children ages 7-10 years of age. The program meets for two weeks, 4 days each week beginning on June 9th and ending June 19th. Participants will receive a character-based curriculum as well as fundamental baseball/softball instruction from volunteer coaches.
The program is free to children and is underwritten by the Reds Community Fund but restrictions apply so please visit www.redsyouthbaseball.org for more information. More than 75 volunteers will be needed to facilitate the program and include many roles not associated with baseball instruction.
Volunteers need not be available for every session. Volunteer orientation is scheduled for June 4, 2014. If you are interested please contact Gary Wilkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-576-1247.
Have you been wondering about all the orange barrels, detours and road construction work that is going on in the Eastgate area? This website will be helpful in getting information out to you as a commuter.
It's www.goclermont.org and it explains, in pretty good detail, what is being done, the theory behind the changes, and how your commute will change once the projects are complete.
From Left to Right Jennifer Haley, Bill Dowdney, James E. Sauls, Jr. and Randy Perry