As an essential service to the community, the Wayne Township Trustee Office has remained open during the COVID-19 pandemic, although our ways of encountering our clients have had to change somewhat.
The Fourth of July weekend is here and, even in these strange times of the COVID-19 pandemic, thinking about the meaning of Independence Day seems as important and relevant as ever. July 4, 1776 is
Usually at this time of year we are well into the season of attending large events where we reach out with our informational booth and literature to educate the public on our services. For example,
Normally at this time of year we would be transitioning from the school year to a summer of downtown festivals and other outdoor activities. But this year has become a whole different animal. Due to
This year Memorial Day comes as early in the month as it can, on Monday May the 25th. The United States has been observing that holiday on the last Monday of May since 1971 when the “Uniform Monday
Springtime is rolling around, and here at the Wayne Township Trustee Office we are doing spring things like cleaning carpets and putting fresh paint on the walls, changing the seasonal items in the
It’s February, and here at Wayne Township we are celebrating not only Valentine’s and Presidents days but also Black History Month.
If you watched the Super Bowl this year you might have seen Col.
On Friday, January 10, 2020, Austin Knox was unanimously elected Wayne Township trustee at a caucus of Democratic precinct committee leaders of the township. This followed Richard Stevenson’s retirement
Trustee Austin Knox is a Fort Wayne native who has been working at the Wayne Township Trustee Office since January of 2015. On Friday, January 10, 2020, he was unanimously elected trustee at a caucus