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Attendee Registration is Now Open for Winter Conference/Exhibitor Registration Coming Soon

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Attendee registration is now open for the 2022 CCAO/CEAO Winter Conference. Exhibitor Registration will be opening soon. 

For more information visit the conference webpage here.

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Upcoming Events

 October 2022 
October 12-13, 2022

Superintendents & Mechanics Conference & Trade Show

!!New Location!!

Cherry Valley Hotel
Newark, Ohio

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December 7-9, 2022

2022 CCAO & CEAO Winter Conference

Hyatt Regency
Columbus, Ohio

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Latest News


U.C. Commissioners Honor Stolte

The Union County Board of Commissioners today issued a proclamation dedicating the Pottersburg Covered Bridge in honor of Steve Stolte for his decades of distinguished service to Union County.

A Wapakoneta native, Mr. Stolte moved to Union County in the early 1970s, before running for and holding the position of Union County Engineer for 24 years. Mr. Stolte finished out his time with the county as a Union County Commissioner, retiring in 2021 after serving on the Board for 11 years.


Coshocton TID completes Genesis Drive project

COSHOCTON − The local Transportation Improvement District (TID) has completed its first project and is eyeing more for economic improvement in Coshocton County.

Tiffany Swigert, executive director of the Coshocton Port Authority, said the group formed almost three years ago to promote intergovernmental and public-private cooperation of transportation resources and investments, such as road construction or repairs.


Roundabouts spread as studies increasingly support their use

Some drivers may find them confusing and scary while others may outright hate them. But the number of roundabouts in Greater Columbus has spiraled in the past two decades.

Franklin and Delaware counties alone are now home to more than 100 traffic circles — ten times higher than 2004.


Commission to decide on how to spend $4M

STEUBENVILLE — With in-house requests for American Rescue Plan funds still coming in, the Jefferson County Commissioners say they’ll need to decide soon how best to use the roughly $4 million that’s left in the kitty.

At Thursday’s meeting, county Engineer Jim Branagan asked commissioners for an additional $1.3 million to repair high-priority road slips.


What is the future of the Market Street Bridge?

A new project idea has brought new attention on the state of the Market Street Bridge.

Jefferson County Engineer Jim Branagan said says he told city officials they might want to put a sign on there that says, “drive across the bridge at your own risk."

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