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The Lorain County Community Alliance Transportation Day Friday, April 8, 2022


The Lorain County Community Alliance (LCCA) invites you to join local leaders at the Annual Transportation Day to be held in person or virtually on Friday, April 8, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. at the Lorain County Community College Spitzer Center.

LCCA Transportation Day gives agencies the opportunity to update Lorain County on impending Transportation Projects. Agency representatives invited to prese


nt this year include Lorain County Engineer Ken Carney, addressing Lorain County road plans for 2022; Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency; Ohio Department of Transportation District #3 and Lorain County Mobility Management at United Way of Greater Lorain County.


Keynote speakers:

LORAIN COUNTY ENGINEER

Ken Carney

NOACA

NORTHEAST OHIO AREA COORDINATING AGENCY

Grace Gallucci,

Executive Director & CEO

ODOT

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT 3

Bob Weaver,

District Deputy Director

Mike Fair,

Construction Engineer

LORAIN COUNTY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT

AT UNITED WAY OF GREATER LORAIN COUNTY

Sharon Pearson,

Mobility Manager

This event is FREE of charge and open to the public; however, we ask that you RSVP so we may plan the appropriate accommodations.


Register with LCCA Administrative Coordinator Virginia Haynes at:

administrator@lccommunityalliance.org or 440-328-2362

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The LCCA was formed 26 years ago and is a non-partisan, dues paying, volunteer organization that has been at the forefront in supporting and encouraging partnership and resource sharing between agencies.


The Lorain County Community Alliance is a council of Governments, formed under the Ohio Revised Code and made up of political jurisdictions and organizations working together for the benefit of the citizens of Lorain County and the entire region. The Alliance seeks to explore more effective levels of public service, develop mechanisms to save money for the communities involved and benefit the member communities and the region in ways that could not be achieved separately.

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