Elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Staff & Personnel
We created and implemented an onboarding process for newly elected Trustees.
We had a robust competitive process to hire key administrative personnel, including a new Township Administrator, that included dozens of applications and over 20 hours of interviews.
New Director of Development to head Planning and Zoning with a focus on smart development and livability.
New Law Director with national recognition for Economic Development.
New Police, Fire, and Service workers to reduce the 20,000 annual hours of overtime.
Began review and revising several decades old policies.
Updating township communications tools like the website, newsletter, and social media activity.
Building strong relationships with officials like our County Commissioners, Auditor, and State Officials to ensure the Township always has a seat at the table.
Actively discussing and planning for Hike and Bike Trails/Connectivity
Began building a more attractive work ecosystem to ensure we attract and retain good employees.
Streamlined monthly meetings to be more efficient and accessable to residents.
TQL expansion $44M and 160,000 Square Feet.
Kroger Anchoring EastGate Mall Redevelopment with $25M expansion, breaking ground 2023.
Working on development of housing at the Glen Este Campus and surrounding area to help fill out the market.
The Eastgate Professional Office Building operated by the Township is now going to be fully rented for the first time in years as demand continues to be strong.
Lots of new and exciting projects in the pipeline that we hope to announce early in 2023!
Investing for the first time in strategic planning for Eastgate Mall and Route 32 corridor / Mt. Carmel planning.
Project List to clean up Zoning Resolution.
Parks & Recreation
Live, Work, & Play
Significant investment in our parks.
Launched the first citizen engagement board, starting with the Parks and Recreation Committee.
Choice One Engineering working on Master Plans for the Park system.
Pickleball Courts at Clepper.
Dog access at all townships parks.
Rethinking and reimagining summer concerts.
Received CDBG Grant of $125K for playground infrastructure at Clepper Park.
Received State Capital Grant of $125K for Pickleball courts at Clepper Park.
Roads, Sidewalks, & More
Firehouse Station 48 renovation of dilapidated bathroom and storage room.
Firehouse installation of Safe Haven Baby Box to support mothers in crisis.
Service Department acquisition of Boom Mower, previously borrowed from neighboring Townships after they cut their grass.
Service Department acquisition to replace rusted out and broken down snow plow truck.
First year of Ohio Check Book and working to deliver more transparency with Township website to deliver new cutting edge Government technology tools.
Work progressing on Route 32 to eliminate stop lights and commute time will continue into 2023 and will help significantly with traffic flow.
New Partnership starting with Clermont County Transportation Improvement District to do road improvements on Aicholtz and help with traffic flow in that area. This should start in early 2023.
Continue to invest ARPA dollars in township capital needs, replacing equipment in a way that will help us move forward without major hits to the general fund while we establish and launch a new strategically planned Capital Reserve Fund.
Received OKI funding for sidewalk projects around West Clermont High School that will improve sidewalks and access in the area and help keep transportation safer for the school kids.