Deerfield Township, Ohio – The public is invited to an open-house public meeting regarding two projects currently under development by the Warren County Transportation Improvement District (WCTID) to address transportation needs in the Fields-Ertel Road Corridor.
The two projects are: construction of a new entrance ramp from Mason-Montgomery Road directly to Southbound Interstate 71 in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the reconstruction of Fields-Ertel Road from Snider Road to Wilkens Boulevard.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM, at the Deerfield Township Administration Center, 4900 Parkway Drive, Suite 180, Mason, Ohio 45040.
This meeting is an opportunity for the public to review and comment on preliminary alternatives and designs for the respective projects. The meeting is planned as an open house format so you may attend any time during the hours from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Exhibits of the alternatives and preliminary designs will be on display along with additional information for the two projects. County and ODOT officials along with their design consultants will be available to answer questions, and receive your comments. Opportunities to submit written comments during and following the meeting will be provided. Following the meeting, comments can be submitted until January 5th, 2019, to Dan Corey (WCTID) via email at Dan.Corey@co.warren.oh.us or by mail to Warren County Transportation Improvement District, 210 W Main Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036. Meeting exhibits will be available at the website: www.WCTID.us.
Parking is available on site and is accessible. Individuals who may require interpretation services or other accommodations to participate in this meeting should contact Dan Corey at the information below, seven (7) days prior to the meeting. For more information, contact:
Dan Corey
Assistant County Engineer
Phone: (513) 695-7725

Email: Dan.Corey@co.warren.oh.us.



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