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Building a Stronger Union Township: Trustee Logue's Accomplishments

Improving Livelihood, Strengthening Communities, and Driving Economic Growth


Staff & Personnel

  • Created and implemented an onboarding process for newly elected Trustees.

  • Conducted a robust competitive process to hire key administrative personnel, including a new Township Administrator, resulting in over 20 hours of interviews and a pool of dozens of applicants.

  • Hired a new Director of Development to head Planning and Zoning, with a focus on smart growth and livability

  • Brought on a new Law Director with national recognition for economic development.

  • Increased the number of police, fire, and service workers to reduce the 20,000 annual hours of overtime and mandatory overtime that steals employees from their families.

  • Reviewed and revised several decades-old policies and updated Township communications tools, such as the website, newsletter, and social media activity.

  • Built strong relationships with county and state officials to ensure Union Township always has a seat at the table.

  • Actively planned for hike and bike trails and connectivity and worked to create a more attractive work ecosystem to attract and retain good employees.

  • Streamlined monthly meetings to be more efficient and accessible to residents

  • 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.

Economic Development

Smart  Growth

  • Pushed for a commitment of 1,000 new jobs from TQL expansion, a $44M investment and 160,000 square feet of growth.

  • Anchored the Kroger expansion, breaking ground in 2023 with a $25M investment in the EastGate Mall redevelopment.

  • Led efforts to develop housing at the Glen Este Campus and surrounding area to fill out the market

  • Achieved full rental of the Eastgate Professional Office Building for the first time in years, due to strong demand

  • Initiated strategic planning for the Eastgate Mall and Route 32 corridor/Mt. Carmel area, with new and exciting projects in the pipeline for early 2023

  • Worked to clean up the zoning resolution and improve economic opportunities in the Township

Parks & Recreation

Live, Work, & Play

  • Made significant investments in parks.

  • Launched the first citizen engagement board, starting with the Parks and Recreation Committee.

  • Worked with Choice One Engineering on Master Plans for the Park system.

  • Added Pickleball Courts at Clepper Park.

  • Made all Township parks dog-friendly.

  • 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

  • Renovated the dilapidated bathroom and storage room at Firehouse Station 48.

  • Installed Safe Haven Baby Box at Firehouse Station 50 to support mothers in crisis.

  • Acquired a Boom Mower for the Service Department and replaced a rusted-out and broken-down snow plow trucks.

  •  Launched Ohio Check Book and working to deliver more transparency with Township website to deliver new cutting-edge government technology tools. 

  •  Progressing on Route 32 to eliminate stop lights and reduce commute time, set to continue into 2023.

  • Started a new partnership with the Clermont County Transportation Improvement District to improve roads on Aicholtz and traffic flow in the area, set to start in early 2023. 

  •  Invested ARPA dollars in Township capital needs and replaced equipment while launching a new Capital Reserve Fund.

  •  Received OKI funding for sidewalk projects around West Clermont High School to improve sidewalks and access in the area and keep transportation safer for school kids.

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