Good Government must begin in our own backyard…

FLARE (n) A bright blaze of fire or light used as a signal, a means of illumination or guidance, etc.  Source: Dictionary.com

The purpose of the Fairfield Township Flare is to shine the light of truth on local government and our community – specifically that of Fairfield Township, in Butler County Ohio. Citizens elect officials and expect them to do the right things.  These days, everyone is busy and it can be difficult to find out what is really happening. The Flare is here to provide information about Fairfield Township.

Fairfield Township was founded in 1795, making it one of the oldest townships in Ohio. It is situated between Hamilton, West Chester, Liberty Township and Fairfield.  In recent years, the Township has experienced a great deal of growth in both retail and residential development. Bridgewater Falls which is located at the intersection of By-Pass 4 and Princeton Road has become a popular shopping venue.

The township has changed a great deal in the last fifteen years. Significant development and an influx new residents has transformed the dynamics of the community. The contemporary citizen expects reasonably good government and fiscal responsibility. In recent years a significant number of issues have come to light concerning Fairfield Township government. Be sure to check out the interesting information in this site, and know more about what is happening in our local government!

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The Truth is out and the Flare is there!

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