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<br />The Washington Township Board of Trustees met in Regular Session June 3, 2013, at 7:30 <br />p.m. at the Washington Township Government Center, 8200 McEwen Road. President Young <br />opened the meeting and led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br /> <br />PRESENTATION – ROBYN LIVESAY, DPL ENERGY <br /> <br />Robyn Livesay gave an update on some of the things happening at DPL Energy. She <br />indicated they are an unregulated service provider for generation and transmission. They can <br />sell this service at retail prices, which is much lower than Dayton Power & Light’s standard <br />offer. She indicated that they have been saving residential, governmental, and commercial <br />customers money since 2001. <br /> <br />In 2010 companies started soliciting door-to-door; however, there is no solicitation in <br />Washington Township. DPL Energy is their commercial brand. DP&L Energy is their <br />residential brand. They started their Community Connections Program this year. <br /> <br />She indicated that she would be attending meetings approximately once a month or twice a <br />quarter if anyone has any questions. <br /> <br />COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD – ANDREA TSATALIS <br /> <br />In 2003, Washington Township Trustees established a Community Service Award for the <br />Centerville High School student who most exemplifies a spirit of community service. <br />Nominations for this award are submitted by high school service club advisors who also make <br />the final selection. Washington Township is very proud to present this award for the eleventh <br />consecutive year. <br /> <br />Washington Township believes that strong communities rely on a strong ethic of voluntarism. <br />When students are generous with their time, they help their communities and set an example <br />for their peers to follow. Fostering an ethic of voluntarism with this generation is essential <br />because the future of our communities will soon be in their hands. <br /> <br />The winner this year is Andrea Tsatalis, a senior at Centerville High School. Andrea, who was <br />nominated by the National Honor Society and the Octagon Club, is the daughter of James and <br />Catherine Tsatalis. <br /> <br />Ms. Tsatalis was presented a proclamation, which was read by Mrs. Young. <br /> <br />Ms. Tsatalis thanked everyone and stated that her service would not end here. <br /> <br />FISCAL OFFICER’S BUSINESS <br /> <br />None. <br /> <br />CITIZEN CONCERNS <br /> <br />Mike "Slinger" Gibney, 1441 Beaushire Circle, in "the greatest township in the State of Ohio" <br />commented about the Dutch Lions’ soccer club that is being proposed. He is concerned that a <br />formalized plan has not been presented to the Trustees. He is also concerned that only five <br />st <br />neighbors attended a neighborhood meeting on Sunday, April 21. He indicated the soccer <br />field being talked about would not be an ordinary soccer field, but a stadium with a lot of little <br />shops, 4,000 seats, and 1,200 places to park. <br /> <br />6/03/13 Page 1 <br /> <br /> <br />