What Can I Do?

Contact Local Government

  • Local governments have a responsibility to represent the community
  • Request that they seek concerns/information/opinions from the community
  • Request that they represent the community throughout the application process
  • Encourage them to plan ahead and work with other townships

Miami Township miamitownship.net

Township meetings are held the first and third Monday of the month at 5pm.

**Meetings are currently held virtually. See website for dial-in/video access or send email to request details**

101 East Herman St.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Email: trustees@miamitownship.net
(937) 767-2460

Cedarville Township

Township meetings are held the second and last Thursday of the month at 7PM.

**Meetings are currently held virtually. See website for dial-in/video access**

Meeting details can be found here.

Trustee’s Office
70 N Main Street
Cedarville, OH 45314
(937) 766-1851

Xenia Townshipxeniatownship.org

Township meetings are held the first and third Thursday of the month. See website for exact time (usually 5pm/6pm).

**Beginning on January 1, 2021, all trustee meetings will be held virtually. For dial-in/video access info. see website, send email, or call to request details**

Trustees Office
8 Brush Row Road
Xenia, OH  45385
Email: xeniatwp@xeniatownship.org
(937) 372-0859

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The team at Citizens for Greene Acres volunteer their time. Donations help pay for legal services required to intervene during the OPSB hearings, research and development of resources, community outreach, and out-of-pocket expenses. Citizens for Greene Acres is a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization, but donations are not tax-deductible.

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Participate in the OPSB Application Process

Energy projects of this size in Ohio are governed by the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB). Before the project can move forward, Lendlease will have to submit an application to the OPSB and go through a regulated process that includes public notification, meetings, and hearings. Residents can participate in the hearings, but will have to register by a set deadline to provide official input at the hearings. It will be important to watch for notifications, and follow instructions for registration.

The OPSB website (https://www.opsb.ohio.gov/) allows you to see current and previous energy project applications, the rules governing the projects, the application process flow, and allows you to sign-up to receive notifications. Important details about how the public can participate or provide input are provided on the OPSB About Us page.

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