FC Cincinnati opened a world-class, $35-million Mercy Health Training Center in Milford. “We are already seeing new investment come to our community with new hotels being announced nearby, and we know more development will follow over time,” said David Painter, president of the Clermont County Board of Commissioners. He noted that the FC Cincinnati youth academy has dramatically changed the youth soccer landscape. “This will have a profound impact on new development, both residential and commercial, which will ultimately benefit all our residents through new investment in our community.”
Major work on the State Route 32 corridor will continue into 2021, thanks to funding awarded through the highly competitive Transportation Review Advisory Committee (TRAC) process. Clermont County Engineer Jeremy Evans said the $61.2 million in TRAC funding, combined with $11.5 million in ODOT safety funds and a $10.04 million local contribution, will pay for:
-A new interchange near Bach-Buxton Road and SR 32
-A partial interchange at Glen Este-Withamsville Road
-An additional lane on westbound SR 32
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Timothy Dick, 48, of Union Township was promoted to director of the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS). The Clermont County Board of County Commissioners appointed Dick to the position on Nov. 4. He had served as interim director of DJFS for five months.
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