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Duke Energy Property Access


Duke Energy has communicated that they will be accessing some Blue Ash residents’ properties as they investigate route options in response to the significant public input surrounding the pipeline project.  As stated in their letter, they will be entering the properties so that Duke, the design firm, or the routing consultant can “conduct field studies, such as land surveys, soil tests, soundings, and other appraisals.”

It has been determined by Blue Ash legal counsel that Duke does, indeed, have the right to enter property for the purpose of studying/surveying the proposed gas pipeline. The authority has been given to Duke via the precedent set in recent case law as well as the State law.

The City does not have the authority to remove the surveyors from private property. 

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Neyer Open House


August 1, 2016

6:00-8:00 PM
Blue Ash Recreation Center

Al. Neyer, the development team for the 98 acres at the former airport property, will be hosting an open house event at the Blue Ash Recreation Center to discuss residents’ and businesses’ thoughts on the development on August 1 from 6:00-8:00 PM. The discussions hope to gauge how people feel about all the different options for the land. 
The 98 acres was recently called “a gem” in the Cincinnati Business Courier, and has the potential to bring more vibrancy to the community because of its location. Being a “greenfield” space in the middle of a number of business parks, abutting a premier park in the region, makes it one of the most desirable parcels in the market.
Al. Neyer’s preliminary plans include mixed use developments with offices, restaurants, residential, and recreational spaces. Their goal is to help revitalize the space that has been sparsely used for years.

Letter from Duke Regarding Property Access

Today, the City received this letter from Duke Energy regarding access to some Blue Ash properties.

Update Regarding Proposed Duke Pipeline

At its July 14, 2016 Blue Ash City Council passed a motion regarding the proposed gas pipeline project and Mayor Lee Czerwonka forwarded it to Duke Energy via letter.



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