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The Cincinnati Enquirer METRO Wednesday, October 5, 1994 C5 Action proposed for light-rail transit system Officials hear plan for east side BY JOHN ECKBERG The Cincinnati Enquirer Efforts to reduce traffic east of downtown to Clermont County should include Ohio Turnpike Commission funding and consider light-rail mass transit, says Jim Duane, director of the Ohio-Kentucky-Indi-ana Regional Council of Governments. Duane, speaking at a forum of east-side mayors and public offi- cials Tuesday, said planning for transit needs for the eastern suburbs should begin before January. A study would take 18 months to complete, he said. The meeting was convened at the Hamilton County Administration Building to discuss the potential to move people to downtown on rail and on a four-lane roadway to be built through the Little Miami River valley. "If the Ohio Turnpike Commission has a source of funds, then we want to tap it," Duane said. The commission has accrued some $500 million from tolls on a roadway in northern Ohio. A portion of that could be directed to Cincinnati, said Raymond Cadwal-lader, executive director of Ohio's Great Lakes Mid-Atlantic Corridor Committee. Cadwallader estimated that $50 million to $60 million might be available now to pay for the plan that would marry bike trails, light-rail transit and a four-lane road similar to the Reed Hartman Highway in Blue Ash. Public utility lines would follow the easement. Cadwallader wants the 1,000-foot-wide swath to go east from the Little Miami River near the southern end of Red Bank Road in Fairfax, through the river valley along the Newtown village limits and then hook up with Ohio 32. Along that route are two golf courses, numerous soccer fields and a region of Anderson Township called Ancor, which leaders want to see developed into an industrial park. Officeholders said constituents are split on the plan. Robert A. Dorsey, an Anderson Township trustee, said township residents would opposed any effort to upgrade Ohio 32. However, Donald Shanks, mayor of Mariemont, said village resi dents want to see congestion relieved along U.S. 50 and think a project through the valley on the east side of the river could do it. Besides the roadway, the plan calls for commuter train stations at the downtown riverfront, Eggle-ston, Delta and Beechmont avenues, FairfaxMariemont, New-townClough Pike, Mount Carmel and BataviaMilford. The line should also head south into Kentucky, perhaps as far as the CincinnatiNorthern Kentucky International Airport. The Cincinnati EnqulrerE.Wetenkamp HARRISON XJJ We're celebrating with grand savings at both Cincinnati locations! f7 Stein Mart... we look like a department store, but our low prices simpiy give us away... bK f Our Gift to You Present this coupon for 15OFF any one item in our store. One coupon per person, please. 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The college will spend $4.14 million in state funds from the 1995-96 capital budget to buy the private airport, as well as build classroom space, aviation laboratories and offices. Operations at the airport total 15 acres and include two hangars, an administrative building, a 5,500-square-foot equipment area and a 3,000-foot paved runway. The university's 120 aviation students now study at a small hangar where six aircraft are housed in an enclosed concrete area the size of a football field. "We cannot even taxi airplanes down a runway right now, so moving to a real airport will give our program a major boost," said Larry Morris, dean of Cincinnati State's engineering technologies division. McKenna Air Inc. now owns the airport. The deal is contingent upon an environmental study, zoning assurances, access to Harrison's water and sewer lines, and the release of capital funds by the Ohio Controlling Board. 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