Massie Township’s local government consists of three elected officials: the trustees and the fiscal officer. They are responsible for administering and overseeing the township's budget and infrastructure, including roads and bridges and related equipment, all personnel and other related matters to the governing of the township.
Each trustee and the fiscal officer are elected for four-year terms. They also serve as government liaisons with surrounding communities, the Warren County Commissioners, Warren County departments, and all other matters affecting the township residents.
Mark Dawson, Dave Crisenbery, and Darrell McKinney
Trustee meetings take place on:
The first Tuesday of each month in the Government Center at 6:30 p.m.
Is a graduate of Wilmington High School and moved to the Massie Township area in 1988 when he and his wife, Dianne (Stingley), married. They have one son who attends Clinton-Massie Middle School. Mark has been employed by the Warren County Engineer’s Office since 1994. He is currently the right of way coordinator and works with utility permits as well as other road improvement projects. Mark has been one of your Massie Township Trustees since 2008 and would like to thank you for the opportunity to represent and serve the residents of Massie Township.
A graduate of Lebanon High School and Miami University, served on Harveysburg council and then became mayor. He and wife Dodie have five sons. This is his second term as trustee.
Is a graduate of Clinton Massie High School and Laurel Oaks Vocational School in the electronics field of study. I was married in 1980 to my wife Kim and we have raised our 2 children in Massie township and very proud of the adults they have become. I attended Southern State College and taught electronics for 6 years. I am proud to be a lifelong resident of Massie Township and had an electronics business in the township for many years. I served proudly as councilman during the 1980's to help get the much needed public water in the village of Harveysburg.I own and operate I-71 Self Storage and Transel Corporation which is an electronic specialty business. I appreciate all the trust the residents of Massie Township put into me by your support for Massie Township Trustee. I will do my best to make the right decisions for all the people of the township.
Massie Township Fiscal Officer
Appointed in July 1993 and was elected by a vote of the residents in November 1993 to complete a four-year term. She is now serving her fourth four-year term since that first election. She resides in the eastern portion of Massie Township at the edge of the Village of Harveysburg. Mary is married to Mark Wilkie who served as Clinton-Massie’s Elementary Principal for twenty-one years. They have graduated four children form Clinton-Massie with three still living at home while attending high school and college. They have one daughter who resides in Wilmington along with their son-in-law and granddaughter. Mary graduated from Fairmont West High School in Montgomery County and continued her education at Miami University with three years majoring in Accounting and Business. She is employed by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office as a Clerical Specialist. She was one of the first fiscal officers to serve as a consultant to the Ohio Auditor of State’s “Visiting Clerk” program training other fiscal officers across the State in the Auditor’s accounting and payroll software. Mary’s other past local involvements include serving as the Mayor’s Court Clerk for the Village of Harveysburg; Village Administrator for the Village of Harveysburg; and Treasurer for the Warren County Township Association as well as many other volunteer involvements including SAY soccer, PTO, Clinton-Massie Boosters andTuesday School. Mary was recognized by the Warren County Women in Politics in May 1998. She also is certified as a Public Fund Manager and is certified in Public Records Training.