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Members Of The CCTID
Jeff Wright -
Chair of the CCTID and Miami Township Administrator
 
Ken Geis -
Vice-Chair of the CCTID and Union Township Administrator
 
Pat Manger, P.E., P.S. -
Secretary-Treasurer of the CCTID and Clermont County Engineer
 
Andy Kuchta -
CCTID Board Member and Director of the Clermont County Department of Community and Economic Development
 
Jeff Lykins -
CCTID Board Member and  CEO of Lykins Energy Solutions
 
John Becker -
Ex-Officio Member of the CCTID and State Representative, Ohio's 65th House District
 
Joseph Uecker -
Ex-Officio Member of the CCTID and State Senator, Ohio's 14th Senate District


A Public Meeting is Scheduled for TOMORROW, 
Wednesday, March 22,
to Detail Upcoming Improvements on 
SR 32 Between Bells Lane and Old SR 74 
Local residents and commuters will be able to review project information and provide feedback on proposed improvement work 
  
The Clermont County Transportation Improvement District (CCTID), in cooperation with the Clermont County Engineer's Office (CCEO) and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), is holding a public meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, regarding upcoming improvement work on SR 32. Local residents and commuters will be able to review information and provide their feedback on a series of planned improvements on SR 32 between Bells Lane and Old SR 74, including work on both Old SR 74 from SR 32 to Summerside Drive, and Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road/Bells Lane from Jackie Lane to just north of SR 32 in Clermont County. 

SR 32 IMPROVEMENTS AT BELLS LANE 
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE 
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
Union Township Civic Center 
4350 Aicholtz Road 
Union Township, OH 45245 

The meeting will be held in an open house format. No formal presentation will be given and the public is welcome to come anytime during the 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. time frame to review project information and talk with project team members. Maps, photos, and other materials will be available for review. In addition, study team representatives from the CCTID, ODOT, and the project team will be available to answer questions and receive input from the public. Multiple information stations will be staffed by project team members and comment forms will also be provided for those wishing to leave written comments. 

The proposed improvements for the SR 32 at Bells Lane project will include: 
  • The addition of dual left turn lanes on westbound SR 32 at Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road and on eastbound SR 32 at Old SR 74 
  • Widening and turn lanes along Old SR 74 from SR 32 to Summerside Road 
  • Widening and turn lanes along Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road between Jackie Lane and SR 32 
  • Pavement resurfacing along Aicholtz between Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road intersection and the west end of the Aicholtz Connector Project 
  • Replacing or adding sidewalks on Aicholtz, Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road, Old SR 74 and Summerside Drive 
The CCTID is currently working on the design plans for the SR 32 Improvements at Bells Lane project. The start of construction is scheduled for Summer 2018. 


This project is a part of the Eastern Corridor Program, which is a program of integrated, multi-modal transportation investments. The Program is enhancing our regional transportation network by improving travel and connections between central Cincinnati and the communities extending east through Hamilton County into western Clermont County. Program elements include improvements to existing road networks, new and expanded roadways, rail transit, expanded bus routes and improvements for pedestrians
and bicyclists. The Eastern Corridor Program is administered by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Eastern Corridor Implementation Partners.

To learn more, go to:  EasternCorridor.org.