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Elected Officials

Trustees

Mark McConnell

440-935-2923

mkwm@zoominternet.net

46342 Whitney Rd.

Wellington, OH 44090

Term Ends 12-31-25

Walter E. Bredel

440-897-6395

waltbredel@gmail.com

Term Ends 12-31-28

Forrest Mohrman

Chairman

440-935-9677

forrestmohrman@gmail.com

46735 Hughes Rd.

Wellington, OH. 44090

Term Ends 12-31-25

Administrative Officials

Mandy Cecil

Fiscal Officer

440-396-7742

mcecil@pittsfieldtwp.us  

47850 Hughes Rd,
Wellington
, Oh 44090

Term Ends 03-31-24

Elizabeth Zadorozny

Hall Supervisor

440-707-6772

hall.manager@pittsfieldtwp.us

Department Heads

Rob Cecil 

Roads

phone or fax: 440-774-7223

(Pittsfield Maintenance Garage) rcecil@pittsfieldtwp.us

Rob Cecil

Zoning Inspector

Phone or Fax: 440-774-7223-(Pittsfield Maintenance Garage) rcecil@pittsfieldtwp.us

Becky McDonnell

Newsletter Editor

 ptwpnews@gmail.com

Walter E. Bredel

Cemetery Sexton

440-897-6395

About Us

Pittsfield is the largest of the county's 18 townships at 26.27sq. miles and has 19.65 miles of roads to maintain. Only three of the more populous townships (Carlisle, Columbia & Eaton) have more road mileage. The 1990 census showed 1546 residents which ranked 11th among Lorain County townships.

Pittsfield maintains three cemeteries, an attractive and very busy township hall, a recreation park, a recycling program and, like most other townships, has implemented zoning and provides zoning enforcement. A number of individuals give of their time for service on the zoning board and zoning board of appeals and other residents are partially compensated to function part time as cemetery sexton, zoning inspectors (2), township hall scheduling and upkeep, newsletter coordinator and part time road maintenance help. One individual is employed full time as maintenance supervisor.

The total budget for the township is around $700,000 with $65,000 going directly to the Wellington Fire District and $7,700 to the Lorain County General Health District. All of the township services cost each township household less than $700 per year. A more detailed description of the township finances will appear in a future issue of this newsletter.

Pittsfield Township, like the other townships of Lorain County, provides numerous services of high quality for a very reasonable cost.

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