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Bath Township, Summit County, Ohio

Summary
Bath Township is one of the nine townships of Summit County, Ohio, United States. The 2000 census found 9,635 people in the township, a suburb of Akron. History The township was originally known as Wheatfield when it was surveyed in 1808. The name was later changed to Hammondsburgh after Jason Hammond, who settled there in 1810. The name was changed to Bath when it fully separated from Richfield Township in 1818. The origin of the name Bath is obscure; it is said to have been so named for its brevity. In 1998, Bath Township formed a Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) with Akron and Fairlawn. The JEDD area has approximately 300 acres (1.2 km2) and is in the business district at the southern end of the township. Counties Bath Township's land has been in the following counties: Name Statewide, other Bath Townships are located in Allen and Greene counties. Geography Located in the western part of the county, it borders the followi
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