Coalition plans to lobby for light rail, I-75 work
Cincinnati and Dayton seem to be growing together, and a coalition of chambers of commerce along Interstate 75 want to help it along.
On Dec. 4, chamber members from Sidney to Cincinnati met for the first of what will be many gatherings to discuss the inevitable growth between the two metro areas and the infrastructure needed to support it.
"Every piece of land between here and Cincinnati is sold and spoken for," said Julia Maxton, president of the South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the meeting. "The developers are the ones who will control the growth. All we can do is make sure …