Ottawa County Transportation Improvement District

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  • Ronald P. Lajti, Jr, P.E., P.S., Chairperson
    Ottawa County Engineer
    8247 W State Route 63
    Oak Harbor, OH 43449
    Phone: 419-734-6777
  • Mark Messa, Vice-Chairperson
    Ottawa County Regional Planning Directory
    315 Madison Street, Room 107
    Port Clinton, OH 43452
    Phone: 419-734-6780
  • Jennifer Widmer, Secretary-Treasurer
    Ottawa County Auditor
    315 Madison Street, Room 202
    Port Clinton, OH 43452
    Phone: 419-734-6740
  • Stephen Levorchick, Trustee
    Ottawa County Sheriff
    315 Madison Street, Room 110
    Port Clinton, OH 43452
    Phone:  419-734-4404
  • Mark Stahl, Trustee
    Ottawa County Commissioner
    315 Madison Street, Room 103
    Port Clinton, OH 43452
    Phone:  419-734-6710
  • Douglas Swearingen, Non-Voting Member
    State Representative, District 89
    77 S High Street, Floor 13
    Columbus, OH 43215
    Phone: 614-644-6011
  • Theresa Gaverone, Non-Voting Member
    State Senator, District 2
    1 Capital Square, Ground Floor
    Columbus, OH 43215
    Phone: 614-466-8060

Transportation Improvement District Overview

The Ottawa County Transportation Improvement District (TID) was created by the Ottawa County Commissioners on April 16, 2020 as authorized by section 5540.02 (C) (2) of the Ohio Revised Code.

The Ottawa County Commissioners determined it was in the best interest of Ottawa County to create a TID pursuant to and in compliance with Chapter 5540 of the Ohio Revised Code. This district is authorized to finance, construct, reconstruct, improve, alter, maintain, and repair roads, highways, and other related infrastructure and facilities in addition to other powers as authorized in accordance with 5540.03 of the Ohio Revised Code.

TID Projects

The projects undertaken by a TID are considered to be essential and will contribute to the improvement of the prosperity, health, safety, and welfare of the people of Ottawa County. Creation of a TID can promote industry, commerce, and distribution in the County, region and the State.

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