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    Posted: Nov 25 2014 at 2:56pm


What is the I-75 Plan? In response to historic growth trends and the potential for additional growth as these trends continue, the I-75 Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) was formed by Warren County to develop a vision and plan for the area. Named the I-75 Plan the intent is to address a wide range of topics including community design, parks, community facilities, transportation, utilities, and economic development. Specifically, over the past year and a half, The Warren County Regional Planning Commission (RPC) has been working with Turtlecreek Township, Franklin Township, Middletown, and Monroe in conjunction with the CAC to develop the area plan for the I-75 corridor.

On November 11, 2014, Monroe council unanimously voted in favor of endorsing the plan. 

Below are the minutes from that meeting.

Emergency  Resolution  No.  79-2014.    A  Resolution  endorsing  and  expressing  support  for
Warren County’s I-75 Area Plan and declaring an emergency.

Mr. Brock introduced Matt Olinger from the Warren County Planning Commission and presented Warren County’s plan for 33 square miles within Warren County.

Mr. Black expressed his pleasure with the Greentree Interchange being included on the plan.

Mrs. Rubin moved to suspend the rule requiring the reading of Emergency Resolution No. 79- 2014 on two separate days, authorize its adoption on the first reading, and have it read by title only; 
seconded by Mr. Clark.  Voice vote. Motion carried.

The Clerk of Council read Emergency Resolution No. 79-2014 by title only.

Mrs. Rubin moved to adopt Emergency Resolution No. 79-2014; seconded by Mr. Black.  Roll
call vote:  seven ayes.  Motion carried.

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