Newbury Township is known for it's scenic parks, colorful woodlands and sparkling lakes.
Win a 2014 Chevy Equinox LS, sponsored by Newbury American Legion Post 663. 100% of the proceeds to build Newbury Veterans Memorial Park. The car was generously donated by Chevy Network & Preston Superstore. All taxes & fees paid for by Pat Preston.
Drawing date is November 18th at 7:00 pm at Preston Superstore. Winner must be 18 or older and need not be present. Only 2000 tickets sold. Tickets are $25. For more information, contact 440-564-9528 or 440-829-7171.
Tickets are available at the following locations: Geauga Feed; Mangia Mangia; Middlefield Bank; Newbury Township
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"This year the Illuminating Company will begin removing all of the ash trees close to their power lines in Newbury and surrounding communities.If you have any questions regarding this project please contact Chris at330-760-3875."
The Easter Bunny came to visit Newbury on Saturday April 12th thanks to Newbury Kiwanis. With him was the Newbury Fire Department, who gave every child a Fire Hat. The Geauga County Sheriff's Department came also. Close to 200 boys and girls from ages 0 to 8 participated in the egg scramble. There was a craft table, balloon twister and Brad the Magician to entertain the children while they waited for their turn. St Helen' came to participate in the event this year with face painting. The Tayek's brought 2 bunnies who received lots of attention from the kids.
Our Minutes and Finances page is very popular and information about past trustee meetings may be found there.
We have added a page dedicated to zoning that includes the minutes from the board of zoning appeals and zoning commission meetings as well as information about the zoning process in Newbury. If you have questions about zoning you may contact the zoning inspector, Mike Joyce at email@example.com.
You may also call Sue at 440-564-5997 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Newbury Country Meats! We have long awaited a place in Newbury where we could shop for meats and cheese. Gregg Fennell saw the need. With more than 15 years experience in the industry, Gregg and his brother Terry opened Newbury Country Meats. All the beef is locally raised and grass fed. The pork is Ohio raised and Gregg plans on getting local produce and Maple Syrup. With a quiet opening on Saturday March 15th, the business is off to a good start. Open Monday through Saturday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Newbury Country Meats is located at 11392 Kinsman Rd. Newbury, or Call 440-564-1256
We would like to thank those who are donating their time and products to make this vision a reality.
Rudy Swartz, Newbury Printing, Highlight Maintenance, Diana Hasket, Ipulletti Landscaping, Bob Moon, Preston Chevy Network, Newbury American Legion
Jan & Ken Blair were presented with the Patterson Crystal Apple Award by Geauga County Republican Chairman Ed Ryder. The Apple Award is given to recognize their work and dedication to the Republican Party. The Blair's have been active with the Geauga County Republican Party for over 15 years.
Newbury has a Food Pantry that is run by the Newbury Community Church, in conjunction with Geauga Hunger Task Force, Geauga Food Bank and Cleveland Food Bank. The need to help others grows and grows. If you would like to make a donation, please contact the Newbury Community Church.
The Pantry is open: Tuesdays from 10 am to 11 am. : Thursdays from 6pm to 7 pm
They also have Free Produce every 2nd Saturday of the month from 9 am to 11 am June thru October. To receive free produce you must meet the income requirements and bring ID.
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Newbury Township Hall
14899 Auburn Road
P.O. Box 257
Newbury, OH 44065
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In the Zone, by David A. Snively, is a novel about a small town Zoning Inspector, Karen Emerson, who begins to unravel a long history of mismanagement. With the help of a reporter and the Sheriff, she begins to unravel a mystery. Missing money and drug activity is just the beginning. David is a past Newbury Trustee, and knows first hand the challenges of small town government Snively has written several award-winning short stories. In the Zone, started as a short story, but quickly grew into a novel. David retired from corporate America and became a sheep farmer, and now published author. The book is available on line at Amazon, or you can purchase a signed copy at Newbury Pharmacy.
Gerry Blair was recognized for all his years of service to the Geauga County Fair Board. He was presented with the Director's Award for Innovation and Excellence from the Ohio Department of Agriculture in January 2013. Gerry has been involved in the Great Geauga County Fair since he was 8 years old when he was a member of 4-H. Next he began working on projects at the grounds and eventually became a member-at-large on the Geauga County Fair Board. His children also were involved in 4-H, which lead to him to a place on the Junior Fair Livestock Committee.
Now, Gerry, a long time resident of Newbury Township, has been Chairman of the Grounds and Capital Improvements Committee for 20 years. Like his parents, Audre and Evelyn Blair, who dedicated over 90 years of work to the fair, he continues to work to make the Fair excellent with improvements through out the grounds.
With a love of antiques, which he inherited from his parents, Gerry and his wife, Kathy manage the antique hall at the Fair Grounds.
source: Geauga County Maple Leaf
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