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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

Ohio Department of Transportation Awards $5 Million for SR 32 Corridor Improvements
The Clermont County Transportation Improvement District (CCTID) today announced that the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will invest an additional $5 million in Clermont County to support ongoing infrastructure improvements along the State Route (SR) 32 corridor. The award is part of the highly competitive Transportation Review Advisory Committee process, which will allocate $55 million for statewide infrastructure improvements during this funding cycle.
With the Ohio Department of Transportation and local transportation partners, more than $162 million has been invested in Clermont County to improve safety, ease congestion and support job creation along the SR 32 corridor. 

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This $5 million award will be used to fund property acquisition costs related to the construction of an interchange to replace the intersection of SR 32 with Bach-Buxton Road and Elick Lane, which is part of the Eastern Corridor Program of projects.
These improvements, which include an additional travel lane on SR 32 in each direction, will allow vehicles to move from I-275 to Batavia on SR 32 without a traffic signal. The funding will also help open up economic development opportunities in Clermont County and east along the SR 32 corridor. Investments along the corridor have already resulted in tangible development opportunities, with the completion of access improvements to the South Afton Commerce Park, a business-ready site for manufacturers, in 2017.
Later this year, the TID will begin making improvements on SR 32 at Bells Lane, and ODOT will complete work to add a second lane from the southbound I-275 exit to SR 32 and construct an additional travel lane on eastbound SR 32 from Glen Este-Withamsville Road to Olive Branch-Stonelick Road.
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