Ohio Lt. Governor visits Fayette County


Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor visited Fayette County on Wednesday and visited several area locations. Here, Taylor and State Sen. Bob Peterson (R-District 17) visit SugarCreek Packing at 2101 Kenskill Ave. in Washington C.H. They also made a stop at Bluegrass Farms of Ohio, and Taylor was able to see a map of the county’s 1,600-acre mega-site located at the intersection of Interstate 71 and U.S. Route 35. “Because of (the mega-site’s) location and because of its readiness with all of the appropriate utilities, I think it’s a great site,” Taylor said. “It sounds like we had a couple of near misses in the past as far as getting employers. But it’s a great site and we should focus on finding the right opportunity for the right company to locate there.”


Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor visited Fayette County on Wednesday and visited several area locations. Here, Taylor and State Sen. Bob Peterson (R-District 17) visit SugarCreek Packing at 2101 Kenskill Ave. in Washington C.H. They also made a stop at Bluegrass Farms of Ohio, and Taylor was able to see a map of the county’s 1,600-acre mega-site located at the intersection of Interstate 71 and U.S. Route 35. “Because of (the mega-site’s) location and because of its readiness with all of the appropriate utilities, I think it’s a great site,” Taylor said. “It sounds like we had a couple of near misses in the past as far as getting employers. But it’s a great site and we should focus on finding the right opportunity for the right company to locate there.”

Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor visited Fayette County on Wednesday and visited several area locations. Here, Taylor and State Sen. Bob Peterson (R-District 17) visit SugarCreek Packing at 2101 Kenskill Ave. in Washington C.H. They also made a stop at Bluegrass Farms of Ohio, and Taylor was able to see a map of the county’s 1,600-acre mega-site located at the intersection of Interstate 71 and U.S. Route 35. “Because of (the mega-site’s) location and because of its readiness with all of the appropriate utilities, I think it’s a great site,” Taylor said. “It sounds like we had a couple of near misses in the past as far as getting employers. But it’s a great site and we should focus on finding the right opportunity for the right company to locate there.”
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_IMG_0293.jpgOhio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor visited Fayette County on Wednesday and visited several area locations. Here, Taylor and State Sen. Bob Peterson (R-District 17) visit SugarCreek Packing at 2101 Kenskill Ave. in Washington C.H. They also made a stop at Bluegrass Farms of Ohio, and Taylor was able to see a map of the county’s 1,600-acre mega-site located at the intersection of Interstate 71 and U.S. Route 35. “Because of (the mega-site’s) location and because of its readiness with all of the appropriate utilities, I think it’s a great site,” Taylor said. “It sounds like we had a couple of near misses in the past as far as getting employers. But it’s a great site and we should focus on finding the right opportunity for the right company to locate there.”
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