Washington Township is governed by a board composed of three elected trustees. The trustees adopt resolutions; approve the annual budget, payrolls and bills; set policy and provide general direction for the operation of the township. An elected Fiscal Officer records the official minutes of the board, keeps the accounting books and processes the payroll.
Jan Rozanski - Trustee
“Dublin/Washington Township is a great place to live. I enjoy the small town feel, where you know your neighbors, you look out for each other, and children can play safely.”
Jan Rozanski’s term as Trustee began January 1, 2020. Born in Detroit Michigan, Mr. Rozanski came to the Columbus area by way of Cincinnati in 1978 , when he moved to Dublin. He was appointed to the City of Dublin Board of Zoning Appeals in 1982, was elected to Dublin City Council in 1986 and served two terms, five of those years as Mayor. For 21 years, Jan worked as a building inspector for the City of Dublin and currently works in this capacity part time for the City of Upper Arlington. Rozanski is also a graduate of the Township’s Citizen Fire Academy.
Stu Harris - Trustee
“Washington Township partners with Dublin residents and businesses, and with the City of Dublin and the Board of Education for a safe and healthy community.”
Stu Harris, a Dublin resident for over 30 years, began his term as Trustee on January 1, 2022. After serving on the Dublin City Schools Board of Education from 2005-2021, he is looking forward to serving the community and the residents in a different format. Harris currently teaches at Franklin University and works at Nationwide Insurance. He believes education and training are key functions for the Washington Township Fire Department to be successful in protecting the community. Harris is excited to bring his expertise in education to the township and to continue to develop new partnerships.
Harris lives in Dublin with his wife Allison, and has two children.
Contact Trustee Stu Harris at email@example.com.
Charles Kranstuber - Trustee
“Washington Township provides unparalleled fire and emergency services to residents of Dublin and unincorporated areas of the Township. In the most recent National Citizen Survey, residents gave Washington Township fire and EMS services a 98 percent positive rating – higher than any other category.”
Chuck Kranstuber has been an active partner with Washington Township throughout his career in public service. He has served on the Dublin Board of Zoning Appeals, Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission and, for 12 years, as a member of Dublin City Council. He was elected by his peers on Council to serve six years as Dublin’s mayor.
In 2006 he began serving as a Washington Township Trustee. He cites the accreditation of the Fire Department as one of the highlights of his tenure. It is his goal and commitment to continue to maintain and provide topflight fire and EMS services with quick response times, professional service and vital emergency equipment.
Kranstuber is an attorney with his own law practice, the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber LPA. He earned his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and his juris doctorate from the University of San Diego.
He has been recognized as a grand marshal for the City of Dublin Independence Day Parade, is a founder of the Dublin Irish Festival and a former member of the board of directors for the Dublin Counseling Center. In 2006, he was appointed by Governor Bob Taft to the Workers’ Compensation Oversight Commission.
Kranstuber lives in Dublin with his wife Jill, and has seven children. He enjoys golfing and traveling.
Joyce E. Robinson - Fiscal Officer
Joyce E. Robinson was elected Fiscal Officer of Washington Township in March 1996. A member of the Ohio, Franklin, Delaware and Union county township associations, and The Ohio Association of Public Treasurers, Robinson has more than 35 years of experience in accounting, payroll and human resources.
As the fiscal officer, she is responsible for recording minutes of the Board of Trustees, processing accounts payable and accounts receivable and payroll, investing public funds, producing financial statements, and maintaining other official records of the Township.
In addition to her responsibilities with the Township, Robinson serves as financial secretary for Dublin Baptist Church.
A native of Akron, Ohio, Robinson and her husband have lived in Washington Township for more than 35 years. She has three children and three grandchildren.