The Village of Newtown is accepting applications for the position of full-time Maintenance Worker in the Maintenance Department. This position performs various manual labor tasks in maintaining Village roads, lands and buildings, and parks and recreation areas.  Experience with Lawn, Building, Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance and Snow Plowing is required. A mechanical aptitude is a plus.

Applicant must maintain an excellent driving record and successfully pass a background check and drug screen. We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a positive attitude.   The Village of Newtown provides an excellent benefit package including participation in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, full medical benefits (health, dental, vision and life insurance) and paid leave including vacation, personal, sick, and holidays.  Anticipated hiring rate of pay is $20.50/hour.

Please send resumes to Charles C. Morgan, Street and Maintenance Supervisor ([email protected]) or to the Village of Newtown, 3537 Church Street Newtown, Ohio 45244, Attention: Charles C. Morgan, Street and Maintenance Supervisor.


There are 3 facilities in Newtown that can contribute to asphalt odors: Barrett Paving, Brewer Coat, and Valley Asphalt. Barrett and Valley are both asphalt plans that have active air permits with Ohio EPA. Newtown Fill is a construction and demolition landfill that also has permits for its operations.


How to register an air quality complaint:

The Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency has a complaint hotline to receive complaints such as odor, dust, or general air quality concerns.  You can register a complaint by calling 513-946-7777.  Resident can also register a complaint online at

Air Sampling in Newtown:

In response to odor complaints and concerns presented by the Village of Newtown, the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency, in cooperation with the Ohio EPA Division of Air Pollution Control, is conducting specialized monitoring in Newtown and Anderson Township. View the Newtown Monitoring Plan here.

The objectives of the project are to 1) detect and quantify ambient levels of organic compounds and air toxic compounds and 2) collect data on odors present in Newtown and nearby Anderson Township.  All air monitoring results will be forwarded to the Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution Control for their review and analysis.

Monitoring will include instantaneous volatile organic compound (VOC) sampling and 24-hour canister samples. The monitoring loop locations are listed in the Newtown Monitoring Plan.

Newtown Citizens can be a part of the air sampling in Newtown! If an odor is present and you would like an air sample taken, the Combined Anderson Township and Village of Newtown Fire Department is equipped with a canister to be used as needed by the Village of Newtown or a Newtown resident.  The canister will be available 24 hours a day by calling the Fire Department (Assistant Fire Chief Bob Herrlinger) at 513-688-8093.

Ohio EPA Meeting About Hamilton County Asphalt Plant Permit (Valley Asphalt, 7940 Main Street, Newtown)

A virtual public hearing was held on Wednesday, April 21 at 6 p.m. regarding Valley Asphalt’s request for an air permit that would allow the company to replace an existing hot mix asphalt plant with a plant of identical production capacity.  Written comments were submitted during the public hearing and emailed to Michael Kramer at [email protected].

Valley Asphalt 4-7-21

Comments on Draft Air Pollution Permit-to-Install and Operate (PTIO) P0129277 (Comments by Mayor Mark Kobasuk)

2021.02.17 Final comment letter.pdf


Eastern Corridor SR 32 Road Improvements Info – Citizen Input Requested

Eastern Corridor – SR 32 Road Improvements – Citizen Input Requested 

            The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) unveiled preliminary plans for road improvements in the Village.  The preliminary plans are posted on the Village website and envision (i) a dual southbound left turn lane at the Round Bottom and Main (SR 32) intersection and two east bound lanes to Little Dry Run Road, (ii) a right turn lane onto Little Dry Run Road and intersection improvements, and (iii) a widening of SR 32 from Little Dry Run Road to the eastern edge of the Village for a center turn lane, and (iv) a shared use path for pedestrians and bicycles connecting Little Dry Run to the Village center and the Lake Barber trail. Construction would not commence until 2024 or 2025, and no funds have been secured for the actual road construction at this time.  Preliminary plans can be viewed and commented upon at a virtual open house using the link  This open house will be open for comments between February 14 and March 22, 2021.   Additionally, a separate virtual open house is available for planned intersection improvements at SR 32 & Eight Mile Road and can be found at (The Eight Mile Road intersection open house will be open for comments between February 7 and March 15, 2021).  ODOT would appreciate comments and feedback on both projects.

“Proposed ODOT improvements in the Village of Newtown on SR-32 from Round Bottom to the eastern Village corp. limit.


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

Coronavirus Pandemic Child Care Information for Families – Ohio Department Job and Family Services visit:

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

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:

Gov DeWine, Lt Gov Husted submit formal request for SBA