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Old State Route 74 Road Closure

OLD SR 74 ACCESS TO SR 32 WILL BE CLOSED PERMANENTLY BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Additional closures related to Aicholtz work remain in place     Reestablishing through access on Aicholtz Road...

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WOMEN’S SELF-DEFENSE CLASS

Union Township Police is now accepting reservations for our annual Women’s Self Defense classes on Saturday, April 8th and Saturday, April 15th  at the Gymnasium of the Union Township Civic...

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Old SR 74 Road Closure For Aicholtz Road Conn…

In pursuant to section 5543.17 of the Ohio Revised Code, the Clermont County Engineer's Office has determined that a road closure is necessary on Old SR 74 in conjunction with...

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Forest Trail Road Closure

In pursuant to section 5543.17 of the Ohio Revised Code, the Clermont County Engineer's Office has determined that a road closure is necessary for the Forest Trail Culvert Replacement Project...

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Aicholtz Rd Closure

In pursuant to section 5543.17 of the Ohio Revised Code, the Clermont County Engineer's Office has determined that a road closure is necessary for the Aicholtz Rd connector project, and...

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Natural Gas Opt Out Letter

Opt-Out Letters will be mailed to eligible customers on November 7, 2016 and will be arriving shortly thereafter.   you can also download the opt out letter by clicking here. 

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Union Township, Natural Gas Aggregation Progr…

The Board of Trustees of Union Township, Clermont County, Ohio will hold two public hearings on the Township’s Natural Gas Aggregation Program Plan of Operation and Governance. The hearings will...

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Union Township, Electric Aggregation Program …

June 22, 2016 Union Township Electric Aggregation Program Update Union Township is pleased to announce that it has selected Dynegy Energy Services as the Electric Aggregation Supplier for Union Township!   Dynegy...

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Firehouse Subs awards equipment to Greater Ci…

Firehouse Subs awards equipment to Greater Cincinnati Fire Departments Firehouse Subs will award $34,000 worth of life-saving equipment to Greater Cincinnati fire responders Wednesday. Local firefighters will be at the...

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Honor Guard

The Union Township Police Department’s Honor Guard competed recently at the National Honor Guard competition in Washington D.C. This competition is held annually during Police Memorial week. The Township’s Honor...

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Fire Divisions

 

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Assistant Chief Mark Fyffe oversees the Administrative, Operations, and Training Divisions of the department.  

 Administration

The responsibilities of the administrative division include budget and finance, payroll, accreditation, quality assurance, fire and emergency medical services data entry, policy implementation and development, life safety, scheduling, monthly and annual reporting and documentation, licensing, information technology liaison, and other general day-to-day non-emergency needs of the department.

Operations

The Operations Division is comprised of the personnel who respond to emergency incidents from five fire stations strategically located throughout Union Township.  The division is responsible for ensuring a rapid, professional, and competent response to, and control of, a wide range of emergency incidents by the department.  Members assigned to a fire station serve in dual roles as firefighters and paramedics and are responsible for providing the best fire suppression and emergency medical services possible.

 Training

A station lieutenant serves as the training officer and manages most of the day-to-day training issues. Training is conducted daily, usually by the company officer conducting a hands-on morning drill and then again in the evening with a book-type drill.  As a State of Ohio Certified EMS training site, members are awarded continuing education credits.

The department also has a physician who is responsible to oversee and underwrite the emergency medical service operation of the Department.  Elizabeth K. Powell, MD is the Department's medical director and works closely with the Administrative Division to ensure that the citizens are receiving the best possible care.

Dr. PowellElizabeth K. Powell, MD is a board certified emergency physician. Dr. Powell graduated medical school from the University of Pennsylvania where she also completed her emergency medicine residency training and was a Chief Resident. Dr. Powell then attended the University of Cincinnati where she completed an emergency medical services fellowship and is currently a faculty member with the University of Cincinnati Department of Emergency Medicine and Division of EMS. Before medical school she was a provider with several EMS organizations in the Philadelphia area.