News & Current Events

Trustees Meeting Cancelled

November 24, 2020

The regularly scheduled Trustees meeting for Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 6PM held at 3780 Little York Road  has been cancelled. The next scheduled meeting is for Monday, November 30, 2020 at 5:30PM.

If you have any questions, please contact our office for additional information. Thank you and have a safe and happy holiday!

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Fiscal Officer Returns to Post

November 12, 2020

Greg Brush was elected Butler Township’s fiscal officer in the fall of 2019, a position he first held 20 years ago, when the title was “clerk.” In fact, he drafted Butler Township’s first investment policy as well as a budget policy.

Greg has a long career in public service. A year after graduating from Wright State University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1985, he became a Vandalia police officer. During his more than twenty years with the police department, he served as patrol officer, crime scene technician, hostage negotiator, shift sergeant and emergency medical technician, while also performing administrative duties. He holds a Master of Public Administration Degree from Central Michigan University.

In 2007, Greg was appointed Montgomery County Clerk of Courts, and ten years later, he became Chief Administrator for the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts. He also served on the Township’s Budget Committee, a citizen advisory board created in 2016 to review township finances and make recommendations to the trustees.

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Trustee Brings Long Public Service Career

A life long member of the Butler Township community is now service as township trustee. Committed to the ideals of Transparency and ethics, Missy Pruszynski, began her first, began her first term in office in January, 2020.

A Vandalia-Butler High School graduate, Missy has a 33 year career in local government, which began in 1987, when she went to work at Cassel Hill Golf Course. She since has served in various departments with the City of Vandalia. She currently works in the City Manager’s office and is also the City’s Deputy Clerk of Council.

Missy holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration with distinction, and has been a representative of the Vandalia Records Commission since 2002.

Through her service as trustee, Missy hopes to improve and protect the quality of life for the residents. She says her ongoing goals include connecting with residents and business owners, building community trust and being a voice for the township.

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New Newsletter Keep You in the Know

Butler Township, the City of Vandalia and the Vandalia-Butler City School District have teamed up to develop publication for the Vandalia-Butler community that will provide news, developments and updates of common interest to the residents of all three jurisdictions.

Residents miss the Vandalia Drummer, the longtime community newspaper that crossed jurisdictional lines and served as a trusted, single source of area news. This new joint newsletter, “Community Connection,” will help to fill the gap left by the loss of that newspaper.

“The leaders of our three jurisdictions share a strong spirit of collaboration,” said Township Administrator Erika Vogel. “We’re proud to serve the greater community by providing this joint news source.”

 

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Township Welcomes New Businesses

Township wants to welcome City Barbeque that is officially open at the former Steak ‘N’ Steak site on Miller Lane. Two new hotels that are coming in the York Commons/Miller Lane Business District. Fairfield Inn and Suites and Holiday Inn Express will bring the total number of hotels in Butler Township to 16. And, also the new construction of Minster Bank at the site of the former Butler Township Government Center, 8524-8526 N. Dixie Drive.

 

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