“Public input will help determine the priorities for the OKI region as we continue to look toward our future,” said Travis Miller, OKI’s regional planning manager. “Understanding the values of everyone, in all communities, is critical to this process – and we encourage everyone to take this brief survey …”
The proposed amendment is being requested by OKI so that water quality can be protected, maintained, enhanced and controlled. The amendment would update the boundaries of the Hamilton, Fairfield, and Upper Mill Creek Facility Planning Areas (FPAs).
Proposed amendment affects an area in Warren County east of Springboro located at the eastern end of Belle Claire Hill in Clear Creek Township where development is being planned.
What is Project Mullet? Business in the front and party in the back to control flooding? That’s exactly what the Green Infrastructure Group (GIG), a subcommittee of the Green Umbrella […]