Public Hearing about Amending the Regional Water Quality Management Plan

OKI is considering an amendment to the Regional Water Quality Management (WQM) Plan for an area in Warren County south and east of the Little Miami River along and near Grandin Road in the Village of South Lebanon recently annexed from Hamilton Township where development is being planned. A public hearing on the proposed amendment

Public Hearing about Amending the Regional Water Quality Management Plan2019-06-03T14:45:59+00:00

OKI Population Change


OKI Population Change2019-05-16T17:06:32+00:00

Smog Season is Here

Smog Season Is Here Finally, it’s starting to warm up in Greater Cincinnati! Warmer temperatures equal more time outside, but it also means the Air Quality Alert Season has already started. Higher levels of ozone pollution that come with sun and high temperatures are especially troublesome for those with sensitive breathing issues or

Smog Season is Here2019-05-16T17:06:36+00:00

2019 OKI Board of Directors

2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER COUNTIES Boone County Fiscal Court – Gary W. Moore* (Jeff Earlywine) Butler County Board of Commissioners – T.C. Rogers* (David C. Fehr) Campbell County Fiscal Court – Steve Pendery* (Matt Elberfeld) Clermont County Board of Commissioners – Edwin H. Humphrey* (David L. Painter) Dearborn County Board of Commissioners – Rick

2019 OKI Board of Directors2019-05-16T17:06:39+00:00

New Officers Approved to Lead OKI Board of Directors

Cincinnati, Ohio –The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors approved the appointment of new officers to lead the transportation planning organization for 2019. “For many years, the OKI board has built an admirable reputation of trust and professionalism in servingthe public,” said incoming OKI Board President, Judge Executive Kris Knochelmann. “As

New Officers Approved to Lead OKI Board of Directors2019-05-16T17:06:40+00:00

What is Project Mullet?

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 Watershed Action team, along with the students of Gamble Montessori High School completed this past fall. The GIG team and Gamble Montessori implemented

What is Project Mullet?2019-05-16T17:06:41+00:00

From the CEO – April 2018

CVG Growth CVG has extended the tremendous success of 2017 into 2018. It was announced that passenger traffic has increased 20% year-over-year. Also, this past month was the 42nd consecutive month of year-over-year passenger growth.  What an incredible turnaround for our airport! In addition, new flights continue to be added. Southwest Airlines arrived

From the CEO – April 20182019-05-16T17:06:42+00:00
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