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Public meeting set on future SR 73, SR 380 roundabout; ODOT to take questions, comments


The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will be holding a Public Information Meeting to display a solution for improving the safety at the intersection of SR 73 and SR 380 as part of the CLI-73-2.66 PID 109350 safety project.

The open meeting will be held 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Clinton-Massie Middle School Cafeteria, 2556 Lebanon Road. Please park in the front lot of the middle school; go through two sets of doors, turn right, and follow the signs to the cafeteria.

ODOT is upgrading the existing intersection at SR 73 and SR 380 by installing a roundabout to address safety and congestion issues at this location, according to an ODOT news release.

As part of the project development, ODOT is presenting the current preliminary design and project schedule to keep the community informed of these activities and answer questions regarding the operation of the roundabout.

Additionally, ODOT is seeking public comment related to the project and any potential impacts.

The meeting will be held in an “open house” format, with project team representatives available to take your comments and answer your questions. The open house-style allows you the opportunity to attend the meeting at your convenience between 5 and 7 p.m., review the meeting displays illustrating the project, and discuss the project individually with project team representatives.

There will not be any formal speaker presentation at this meeting.

For further information contact Stephanie Roth P.E., ODOT Project Manager: (513) 933-6584 or [email protected]

Direct notification of this public meeting is being sent to property owners in the immediate project area. In addition, notice for this meeting is placed on the ODOT website www.dot.state.oh.us/districts/D08/Pages/PublicInvolvementMeetingSchedule.aspx .

Public input is a very important part of the project development process, ODOT stated. Comments may be made at the meeting or up to 30 days after the meeting either by postal mail, e-mail or by phone.

Individuals who may require interpretation services or special assistance to participate in this meeting should contact the ODOT at the number listed above, seven days prior to the meeting, for arrangements to be made.

ODOT will take questions, comments at open forum

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