Elected Officials

Danbury Township is governed by a non-partisan board of three Trustees and one Fiscal Officer, all of whom are elected for a four-year term. The board meets in public session on the second and fourth Wednesday each month at 6:30 p.m. on the first floor of Township Hall. Their areas of responsibility include roads, parks, cemeteries, fire and police departments, zoning, fiscal management, budgets and maintenance of public records.


Charles Scott
5971 E. Von Glahn Rd.
Marblehead, Ohio 43440

After serving the residents of Danbury Township for the past 12 years as an elected member of the Danbury Local School District Board of Education, Charles was elected as a Township Trustee with the term beginning January 1st, 2010. He is a graduate of Danbury High School class of 1981. Mr. Scott also attended Terra Community College and Sandusky Business College. For the past 25 years he has been employed with the United States Postal Service. Charles is an involved member of the community and an active member, past council member and president of St. Paul Lutheran Church of Danbury. He was a founding member and past officer of the Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society. Mr. Scott has had a long standing commitment to the youth of the township. His involvement with the Peninsula Youth Athletic League began as an assistant coach and included every office in the league. Currently, Charles and his wife Ruth are advisers for the Danbury 4-H club, "Firelands Firecrackers". Mr. Scott also serves on the Ottawa County Jr. Fair sale committee. Charles's wife Ruth is a registered nurse at Magruder Hospital. They have three daughters, Cassondra, Hannah and Morgan. The goals Mr. Scott has for the township are similar to those of his fellow trustees: financial responsibility, responsible development and development and retention of township services. His ultimate goal and personal belief is "Public Trust of Public Servants".

Dianne Rozak
3265 S. Confederate Drive
Marblehead, OH 43440
(419) 798-4071

Dianne began her tenure as Township Trustee in January 1996. Her background includes an Associate Degree in Management from John Carroll University in Cleveland. She was a Director of Human Resources and Training for a nationwide specialty retailer in Cleveland. In addition, she has held various marketing positions in the specialty food industry, owned a catering business and has been very involved in community activities. She has served in the capacity of President for the Wide World Shop Board of Directors, The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Ottawa County Regional Planning Commission, Ottawa County Visitors Bureau and Ottawa County Township Association. She is a past member of the board of Otterbein North Shore Retirement Community and currently serves as recording secretary for the Area Heritage Foundation which operates the Ottawa County Historical Museum, Dianne oversees Zoning and Safety, produces the Township newsletter, bi-monthly meeting overviews and "Focus on Danbury Township" newspaper articles. She and her husband, Dan Thompson, are members of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Dianne is the Naturalist at the Marblehead Lighthouse State Park. Her goals for the Township include continued citizen involvement, controlled development and public awareness of Township business.

Dave Hirt
1775 S. Church Road
Marblehead, OH 43440
(419) 732-2703

Dave was elected to the position of Township Trustee and began serving in 1994. He is a lifelong resident of the township and a graduate of Danbury High School class of '66. Dave has worked at Bill's Implement Sales since 1975 as a parts and equipment salesman of lawn and garden equipment. He has been active in the township serving as an officer for the Ottawa County Township Association, the Danbury Waste Water Advisory Committee and the Ottawa County District Health Advisory Committee. He also remains active in the community by chartering and leading the Danbury Ski Club for 12 years, being an officer in the Experimental Aviation Association Chapter 1247 for 7 years, being involved at St. Paul on council, in choir, and on Sunday school staff, and volunteering at the High School popcorn stand. He is a U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam war serving on an ammunition ship there and also aboard a nuclear submarine based from Hawaii with 6 years active service from 1969 to 1975. Dave and his wife Jan are the parents of three girls Loree, Karyn and Abbey. Dave's goals are to continue to improve the quality of life in Danbury Township through controlled development and growth. He is also a strong supporter for land preservation and of our parks. Preservation is a way for our public officials to give back to the taxpayers for the benefit of all future generations
Carolyn Adams
(419) 732-3039

Carolyn was appointed as Fiscal Officer and began serving September 2017.
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