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Robert W. Donham II

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Committee Chair

Phone: (330) ***-****  HQ Phone
The Village of Windham
9621 East Center Street
Windham , Ohio 44288
United States

Company Description: The Village of Windham is the largest Village entity in Portage County, Ohio. As of the 2000 Census, the population of the Village stands at 2,806 residents. The...   more

Employment History

  • Council Member
    Council Committees
  • President
    Village Council

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Officio Member
    Council Committees
  • Member
    Village Council
11 Total References
Web References
The Village of Windham, Ohio, 26 Dec 2014 [cached]
Robert W. Donham II Mayor Ex-Officio member of all Council Committees Committee Chair:
Mayor Robert W. Donham II
Windham Village Council Meeting Minutes, 17 Nov 2005 [cached]
Robert Donham - present
Francis Ballard nominated Robert Donham II.
Voting results: Minotti: Robert Donham II, M. Garrett: Scott Garrett, Ballard: Robert Donham II.
Voting results: Minotti: Robert Donham II, M. Garrett: Scott Garrett, Ballard: Robert Donham II.
Robert Donham II was elected Village Council President through December 31, 2005.
Police and Fire Department reports for September, 2005 were read by Council President Robert Donham II.
Mayor Robert W. Donham II, a ..., 8 Feb 2008 [cached]
Mayor Robert W. Donham II, a 26-year-old former member of Village Council and former council president, officially was sworn in January during an organizational meeting.Ohio House State Rep.
"I have spent nearly my entire life here in Windham and I am proud to say the citizens here are the greatest people I have ever been around," Donham said."Hard working, charitable, diverse and tough are the words I use most often when telling others about my home town."
Donham said over the next term, there are several accomplishments he would like to achieve.
"First, I would like to see a permanent resolution to our fire department situation," he said."Over the next four years, we need to stabilize our budgets and stop our utility rates from spiraling out of control."
Donham said to merely survive as a village, Windham must find a way to expand its tax base in order to have a solvent village to provide services.
"During this first term, we need to explore forming a Joint Economic Development District with the township in order to share in the cost of services and promote a new 'One Windham' attitude," he said."If this could be accomplished during the next four years, I think this will be considered a great success."
According to Donham, this will set the foundation for the two largest goals he has for the community.
"Over the long term, we must improve our school system and police department to the point where both are considered to be top notch when placed against their peers," he said.
A professional full-time police department and excellent schools, Donham said will be the two pillars of pride for the community and will ultimately attract a great deal of proud families looking for a good place to raise their children.
"We have an opportunity to do something great here, and with cooperation and dedication, we can certainly give the people of Windham something to be proud of," he said.
The Village of Windham, Ohio, 26 Dec 2014 [cached]
Robert W. Donham II, Mayor
Rob Donham Committee ..., 26 Dec 2014 [cached]
Rob Donham Committee Chairman
Rob opened the meeting and moved to approve the minutes from October, the minutes were approved and the floor was opened for discussion.
Rob asked Jack what would be his want, as far as personnel in the department is concerned.
Rob asked Claire to explain to the committee exactly what the process is for a No Response or Squad Member Stood By.
Rob stated that he would like to see the light stay a caution light on Center St. due to the signal not being justified by neither high traffic volumes nor excessive vehicular accidents. Rob stated he has had a large number of people compliment to change to a caution and would like to see it stay.
Rob stated the city ordinance did not allow any hunting in the Village. Several concerns were brought up with regard to hunting in the Village and how it could be regulated. The committee decided to recommend the issue to full council for further discussion.
Meeting was adjourned at 6:10 pm
Committee Chair, Robert W Donham II
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