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PRESS RELEASE Public Meeting – WCTID – Regular TID Board Meeting Scheduled for this Friday February 22 Lebanon, Ohio – The Warren County Transportation Improvement District (TID) Board is having
The Warren County Health District will be holding a scrap tire collection event on Saturday March 2, 2019 at the Lebanon Sports Complex. This event is open to all residents of Warren County free of charge. We ask
OPEN HOUSE PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING TWO (2) FIELDS-ERTEL ROAD CORRIDOR PROJECTS:
(1) New Entrance Ramp from Mason-Montgomery Road Directly to Southbound Interstate 71 (ODOT)
(2) Reconstruction of Fields-Ertel Road from Snider Road to Wilkens Boulevard
Lebanon, 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 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 Bldg, 4900 Parkway Drive, Suite 180, Mason, Ohio 45040.
Public Meeting – WCTID – Annual TID Board Meeting Scheduled for this Friday January 26
Lebanon, Ohio – The Warren County Transportation Improvement District (TID) Board is having their Annual Board Meeting. This meeting is open to the public.
Warren County (Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018) - Various lane closures on north and south Interstate 71 between Western Row Road and State Route 741 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18. Traffic will be maintained.
Arrow boards and/or signs will be in place to alert motorists of the upcoming work zone and restrictions. All work is contingent upon the weather.
Deerfield Township, Warren County, OH: Deerfield Township Fire Rescue Captain Dennis Waldbillig will retire October 5, 2018 after 43 years of public service.
Growing up in a family steep in tradition of the fire service Waldbillig initially began his career in high school as a cadet for Sharonville Fire Depart in 1974 helping maintain equipment and fire hydrants, including the rebuild of a 1952 Mack firetruck. In 1975 Waldbillig officially became an active volunteer firefighter/EMT. The next summer in 1976 started as a security officer at Kings Island. During that time he completed training to become a Warren County Special Deputy and was grandfathered in as an EMT.