Zoning Inspectors Group

The Ohio Township Association's Zoning Inspectors Group meets quarterly and combines networking with education. The informal group was formed at the request of OTA members; it does not operate by a set of bylaws and has no governing board.

The Ohio Township Association's Zoning Inspectors Group meets quarterly and combines networking with education. The informal group was formed at the request of OTA members; it does not operate by a set of bylaws and has no governing board.

The Zoning Inspectors meet monthly, and meetings combine networking with educational information. The Zoning Inspectors Group is also a great resource to ask questions of counterparts.

Full Upcoming Events Calendar


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There is no cost to be a member of the Zoning Inspectors Group, but there is a cost to attend the training. Membership in the OTA provides a reduction in training fees. The list of members is maintained by OTA staff. If you want to be placed on the list, please email Michael Zaky.


Upcoming Workshops:

Mining Operations & Short-Term Rentals
June 18, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Track: Zoning Inspectors Group
Speaker: Pete Griggs, Attorney, Brosius, Johnson & Griggs
Description: Dig into mining operations and short-term rentals, and gain insights into how townships can mitigate the legal issues while addressing the concerns of its residents. 
Price: $20 member / $30 non-member

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Crazy Yet True: Zoning Enforcement from the Trenches
July 17, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Track: Zoning Inspectors Group
Speaker: Pete Griggs, Attorney, Brosius Johnson & Griggs
Description: This presentation will provide several unusual but, unfortunately, true zoning and property enforcement scenarios faced by townships. For each, discover the peculiar circumstances, court proceedings, and lessons everyone can learn and use when facing "problem-child" zoning and enforcement matters. 
Price: $20 member / $30 non-member

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Understanding Ohio’s Line Fence Law
August 21, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Track: Zoning Inspectors Group
Speaker: Peggy Kirk Hall, Attorney & Director, OSU Agricultural & Resource Law Program
Description: This course provides an overview of what an auditor is looking for when performing a Single Audit over federal programs. While this presentation focuses on Single Audits, the theories behind each section auditors look at are applicable to state or local grants management as well. 
Price: $20 member / $30 non-member

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Dates are subject to change. Please check this page closer to the event for the most updated information. For any questions, please contact Michael Zaky.