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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

How to Stay Safe During Ohio River Flooding
If you or someone you know is affected by the rising water of the Ohio River, please share this information from our Clermont County partners: 

  • Currently, the Ohio River is expected to reach 59.4 ft. at the Cincinnati gauge and is expected to rise. A Unified Command Center is being set up at New Richmond Middle School on Bethel-New Richmond Road. It will be activated at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 24. 


  • The Greater Cincinnati Red Cross will open a shelter at New Richmond High School, located at 1131 Bethel-New Richmond Road, at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24.
  • The Tri-State County Animal Response Team is also preparing to open a pet shelter. More details will be provided when available. 
  • Duke Energy is working with local public safety officials to determine gas and electric shut-offs on a case-by-case basis.
Remember: It's important to follow all posted detour signs and official instructions. Never attempt to drive or walk through standing water.
Preparing to Evacuate
Make a plan in advance so you're ready in the event of an evacuation: 

Know where you'll go: Discuss what to do during an evacuation with everyone in your family. Review at least two exit routes from your home or neighborhood to a designated meeting place.

Pack your bags: Pack at least one change of clothes and shoes per person, as well as a blanket or sleeping bag. Don't forget prescriptions, identification documents and insurance company details.

Post a note: If you must evacuate, post a note indicating when you left and where you are going, including a contact phone number. If instructed to do so, shut off water, gas and electricity before leaving.

Evacuate immediately: Keep a battery-operated radio on hand and follow all instructions from local emergency officials. Evacuate immediately if told to do so, using travel routes specified by local authorities. Do not use shortcuts.

Don't forget about your pets: While most public shelters only allow service animals, a separate pet shelter will be set up. Bring current vaccination and veterinary records, medicines, registration items and any special foods.

You'll find more evacuation tips on the Clermont County website.