2024 Deer Management Program

2024 Deer Management Program

The Cleveland Metroparks will be continuing the deer management program this winter to establish and maintain a balanced ecosystem. A portion of Hinckley Reservation will be affected from January 16 through March 14, 2024. Please see details attached…
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Important Kimble Information

Important Kimble Information

If you were approved for opt-out for the 2023 trash service year but were denied opt-out for the 2024 trash service year, you will automatically be signed up for “Full Service”.  The “Full Service” trash carts will be delivered to your home in January/February 2024.  If you would prefer the bag service, or would like to discuss the trash service options, please contact Kimble directly at 1.800.201.0005.
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Electric Aggregation Program

Electric Aggregation Program

--------------------------------------- Hinckley Township is covered by the Medina County Electric Aggregation Program.  The County selected Energy Harbor to manage their electric aggregation program.  The current cost per kilowatt hour in the program is 6.05 cents, and that rate is a fixed price through May of 2025.  All residents were automatically enrolled in the program unless they specifically opted out.  To determine if you are in the program, please review your most recent bill to see if it includes the section indicating charges from Energy Harbor (it should also show the Energy Harbor logo).  If you do not see that, you are not likely enrolled.  To enroll,…
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Public Informational Meeting – Internet & Phone Scams

Public Informational Meeting – Internet & Phone Scams

Saturday, March 25 ⋅ 9:00 – 11:00am Here is the link for the recording of this meeting, as well as the presentation slides. Hinckley Township held a Public Informational meeting facilitated by the Hinckley's Chief of Police and partnering agencies to discuss Internet and Phone scams. The goal of this meeting was to inform the residents how to identify scams and avoid becoming a victim.
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Melissa Augustine

Melissa and her family have lived in Hinckley since 2003. She immediately became active at Hinckley Elementary School and served as PTO President as well as Vice President and was named Volunteer of the Year in 2016. Melissa was appointed as Hinckley Trustee in February 2017. Her years in the positions of Executive Director and Vice President afforded the integral business management experience necessary to facilitate township affairs. Melissa is a member of The Hinckley Chamber of Commerce, The Hinckley Women's Club, The Citizen of the Year Committee, The Hinckley Car Club, and the 2025 Bicentennial Committee. She was elected…
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Jack Swedyk

Jack and his wife, Colleen, have lived in Hinckley since 1989, the year they were married.  They have one son, Jay, who currently lives in a suburb of Columbus.  They have always felt fortunate to have made the decision to live in Hinckley, a beautiful town full of kind people who love their community. Prior to being elected as Trustee, Jack had a career working at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.  He was employed there for 38 years in totality.  The majority of his tenure was in the position of Airport Operations Manager where he was responsible for providing the safest…
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