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Township files objection to Xenia-CSU annexation


Xenia Twp. has filed an official objection with the Greene County Board of Commissioners to the city of Xenia’s and Central State University’s efforts to annex the campus into the city limits.

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Xenia Twp. Trustees voted unanimously to approve the measure at its meeting Oct. 13 and this news organization requested and received the document today from Greene County officials.

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According to the township’s filing, trustees are challenging the proposed annexation of approximately 45 acres on four different fronts:

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 An official hearing on the matter with the county commissioners is expected next week.

Both township and city officials are expected to provide statements during the hearing.


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