Eastern Corridor Advisory Committee for Newtown Study – See Attached Slides

“Proposed ODOT improvements in the Village of Newtown on SR-32 from Round Bottom to the eastern Village corp. limit.  A virtual public meeting will be held in 2021 to obtain comments on the proposed improvements.”


Posted 05.26.2020

Village Administration is conducting business – at this time, the Office is Closed to the Public. Call 513.561-7097 for assistance.

Direct Administrative/Mayoral inquiries to:

([email protected])

Direct Financial and Tax inquiries to: ([email protected])

Direct Building/Zoning inquiries to:

([email protected])

Direct Street inquiries to: ([email protected])





Council meetings are currently taking place via Zoom Meetings.

At this time we anticipate no interruption in police, fire and maintenance services in the Village.  We also expect Rumpke waste collection services to remain on schedule.

Information and questions regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) can be directed to a statewide phone number and websites at:  1-833-427-5634

www.coronavirus.ohio.gov    coronavirus.gov  http://www.hamiltoncountyohioema.org/alert/

Coronavirus Pandemic Child Care Information for Families – Ohio Department Job and Family Services visit: http://jfs.ohio.gov/cdc/CoronavirusAndChildcareForFamilies/

The Ohio Department of Health issued a Director’s Order to close all bars and restaurants to in-house patrons.  Restaurants with take-out and delivery options are still permitted to operate those services.  Employees who are not offered paid leave through their job, as well as those who have been quarantined by a medical professional, their employer, or whose employers must temporarily close may qualify for unemployment compensation under Governor DeWine’s executive order for enhanced unemployment aid for Ohioans.

In order to help small businesses, the Ohio Development Services Agency is preparing to submit an application in the coming week to qualify Ohio for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. This program provides low-interest loans up to $2 million in order to help businesses overcome the temporary loss of revenue during the state of emergency.

In order to complete the state’s application, businesses impacted by the current public health crisis should immediately send their contact information to [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>. Additional information on the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program is available at SBA.gov/Disaster.

Another resource for small businesses is the link below with information about COVID-19 from the U.S. Small Business Administration:

Please support your local businesses during these difficult times.

Hamilton County Small Business Relief Program Hamilton County Small Business Grant Program

Disaster Declaration for Small Businesses:   https://hcdc.com/request-from-sba-and-the-state-of-ohio/

Gov DeWine, Lt Gov Husted submit formal request for SBA



PLAN NEWTOWN – A New Vision for the Village!

The Village is updating its Comprehensive Plan! 

For up-to-date info on PLAN NEWTOWN, please visit: https://plannewtown.com/engage/


Stay up to date on upcoming news and events about the comprehensive plan at:  www.PlanNewtown.com




The steering committee is established specifically to serve as a representative group of the citizens and businesses of Newtown to provide insight, active discussion, and consideration of important topics essential to the creation of the updated comprehensive plan.

As a member of the steering committee you are agreeing to:
• Attended the scheduled meetings. (5-6 over the next 8 months)
• Review provided documents and materials in advance of scheduled meetings where they will be discussed.
• Come prepared with questions and comments to discuss with the committee and planning consultant.
• Participate in civil and open dialogue about challenging topics for which there may be many or opposing perspectives.
• Serve as a liaison to your neighbors and social networks to help spread awareness of opportunities for participation in the planning process.
• Bring important topics and issues to the attention of the committee and consultants when you feel they have not been adequately discussed with the committee.
• Direct any request from the media for comments to city officials.
• Communicate to Village staff and consultants any concerns you may have which you feel cannot be discussed with the whole committee.

• Meetings will be facilitated by planning consultants and will generally be 1.5 to 2 hours.
• Meetings will include presentation of relevant milestone deliverables and information as well as group exercises and discussion of topics by the committee members.
• Voting and ranking exercises may be used as appropriate to generate general consensus on topics and plan direction.
• Iterative drafts of critical plan documents will be provided to the committee for your review and comment, any issues which are not resolved among the steering committee members will be presented to planning commission as topics for their direction.
• Some participation may occur via electronic distribution and responses.
• All documents will be made available online at www.PlanNewtown.com, a site specifically dedicated to the plan.

STEERING COMMITTEE OVERVIEW AND SCHEDULE | TENTATIVE MEETING SCHEDULE  (Located at Village Municipal Building,) unless otherwise discussed.

The Steering Committee have met three times with the remaining below two dates for 2019. Meetings take place Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:00P.M. with some meetings going until 8:30 if needed.

1. November 6, 2019
2. December 4, 2019


The time of day, and location are to be determined, and the date may change based on committee input and direction.
• Policy Exploration Workshop- October 23, 2019  (See above Workshop info)
• Open House (Plan Review)-January 22, 2020



All meeting dates, documents produced in the process, and content presented at meetings will be posted on the project website www.PlanNewtown.com.
We will also email you when new content is posted or if meetings change from the listed dates above.



Newtown Fill Update

Statement from Mayor Kobasuk – statement has been reviewed by Hamilton County Public Health, the regulator of the landfill.  8/20/2019


Newtown Fill


Newtown Fill is a construction and demolition debris (“C&DD”) landfill regulated by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (“OEPA”) and Hamilton County Public Health.  Newtown Fill is defined as 39.92 acres in the Village of Newtown.  An annual license to operate is required to construct and operate a C&DD landfill in Ohio.  Newtown Fill’s 2019 license signed by the Health Commissioner for Hamilton County is attached.

C&DD landfills receive materials resulting from the construction or demolition of man-made structures.  C&DD does not include any material that is a hazardous waste, infectious waste or material removed from the structure prior to demolition.  C&DD does not include any solid waste other than specifically allowed in law and rule.

The final grade of Newtown Fill including capping is set at the elevation of 596 feet.  The elevation of the roadway at Little Dry Run is 542 feet, so Newtown Fill can be approximately 54 feet above the roadway at an interior point approximately 215 feet from the base of the landfill.  Newtown Fill is approved for a 4:1 slope, which means for every one foot of elevation there are four feet of horizontal distance.  A 2017 survey showed the current grade at approximately 576 feet, which means that Newtown Fill had at that time the ability to place up to 18 feet of additional debris (followed by 2-foot cap) onto the property before it reached its maximum height restrictions. Additional debris and soil have been placed since the 2017 survey, so actual remaining height is less than 18 feet.  A survey of Newtown Fill is required in 2019 and the survey must be submitted prior to or with the 2020 license application.

Newtown Fill has recently removed some trees and vegetation along SR32.  Newtown Fill is clearing some of the vegetation on its property in order to survey the final grade and slope so it can cover the south side of the landfill with dirt.  According to Hamilton County Public Health, the operator has indicated that much of the south side of Newtown Fill along SR 32 should be covered with dirt by the end of the summer.

The Village’s understanding from Hamilton County Public Health is that Newtown Fill is operating in compliance with the rules and regulations for C&DD landfills.

The current Village of Newtown Zoning Code does not permit landfills.  Newtown Fill dates back several decades and is considered a legally non-conforming use and is permitted to operate.

Attached is a 2019 presentation to the Village by Hamilton County Public Health regarding C&DD landfills.  The presentation depicts a covered C&DD landfill.

Questions on Newtown Fill should be directed to Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7879.


Newtown Landfill C&DD Landfills 4-9-19.pdf 1pp



Job Opening: Census Taker in Hamilton County

Census taker positions pay $23.50/hr in Hamilton County and require the applicant is at least 18 years old. The application is online at https://2020census.gov/jobs. They are temporary jobs, running on 8-week contracts. They’re very flexible, allowing folks to work 15-20 hours/week to 40 hours/week.