Zoning Public Hearings & Meetings

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ZONING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING
Meeting Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021 @ 6:30

Meeting Location: Township Hall, 7125 Sawmill Road, Dublin, Ohio 43016

Link to Agenda: Zoning Commission 09/30/21

The Perry Township Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, September 30, 2021 at 6:30pm in order to consider a Resolution adopted by the Perry Township Board of Trustees, which proposes an amendment to the Perry Township Zoning Resolution, designated as Case Number 155-RZ-21.


Continued concerns for the safety and well being of Perry Township’s elected officials, staff and the general public has created a need to provide at least 6 feet of distance between individuals during all public meetings. Due to the size of the current board room, please be advised that available seating in the Township Hall meeting room is extremely limited. As such, seating will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Therefore, we strongly recommend that township residents and the general public view or participate in scheduled meetings virtually or by phone.   

A YouTube link will be made accessible through the township website -  www.perrytwp.org – by 3PM the day of a scheduled meeting at the top of this page. Community members who do not have access to a computer may call (614) 339-0234 to request a phone number and meeting ID which will also allow access to all scheduled public meetings. Note: Please allow at least 1 business day for a return call.

Residents who wish to present testimony at this hearing and those with inquiries should contact Beth Beatty, Township Administrator, by email at BBeatty@perrytwp.org or by phone at 614-339-0234 Monday-Friday, 8:30am--4:00pm.

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