ODOT is Hosting a Public Hearing Today on the Opportunity Corridor Plans


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The Opportunity Corrdor
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The Ohio Department of Transportation will meet with the public today to receive input on the Opportunity Corridor project's new Draft Environment Impact Statement.

The meeting runs from 4 - 8 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 7510 Woodland Ave. If you can't make the meeting, ODOT welcomes comments online.

Turnout should be fairly hefty, as the project has stirred controversy since its inception.

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