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Peters honored for service to Harrison Township

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Keith Peters (center) was honored by fellow trustees Doug Clark (left) and Paul Welsh. (Submitted photo)

Keith Peters also was recognized by members of the Harrison Township Fire Department. Pictured (from left) are Beau Ramey, Peters, Captain Chad Noggle and Matthew Scholl. (Submitted photo)

ASHVILLE – Keith Peters recently was recognized by the Harrison Township Trustees and members of the Harrison Township Fire Department for his nearly 12 years of service to the citizens of Harrison Township.

Peters was required to resign as trustee after relocating to Walnut Township.

As a Harrison Township Trustee, Peters was instrumental in updating the facilities and equipment for the fire department. He also was the point person for the township in working with Congressman Dave Hobson and representatives from the City of Columbus and villages of Ashville and South Bloomfield in developing the Joint Economic Development District that contributed to bringing the Rickenbacker Intermodal facility to Pickaway County.

Peters also served on the Harrison Township Board of Zoning Appeals for 12 years, as well as eight years on the Pickaway County Soil and Water Conservation District Board and four years on the Pickaway County Board of Health.

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal