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Job Title: Class II Water Supply Operator
Department: Water Works
Reports To: Operator of Responsible Charge and/or Public Works Director
Salary: $20.26 per hour
Hours: Full time, requires weekends, call-outs and overtime.
Responsible for monitoring the provision of potable drinking water in accordance with the Ohio EPA, USEPA, and other regulatory bodies through the operations and maintenance of Lockland’s Class II water supply system by performing duties personally.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform chemical analyses, draw samples of water for testing; add chemicals. Prepares, signs and submits reports to the OEPA concerning chemical and bacteriological analyses of water, and other topics as may be required by the OEPA or EPA. Operates filtering and chemical treatment, coagulation and settling basins, and other plant facilities. Determines action being taken in event of emergencies such as machine, equipment, or power failure. Recommends new equipment or modification of existing equipment to provide increased operation capacity or efficiency. Review and evaluate water reports, records, logs, and graphs to confirm adequacy of present and projected water needs, meter reading and repair of water main breaks. Other duties may be assigned.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Lead other operators. Class I & trainee’s in the operations of Lockland’s water treatment and field operations. Substitute for ORC, Operator of Responsible Charge, in his absence.
Certificates, Licenses and Registrations: Minimum of an Ohio Class II water supply licenses, must be able to pass a lab certification, and have a valid Ohio Driver’s license.
Please send resume and application to Krista Blum, Village Administrator, 101 North Cooper Avenue, Lockland, Ohio, 45215 or email: email@example.com. Applications can be found on the Village website at www.locklandoh.org.View Post
The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) offers a Customer Assistance
Program (CAP) to help low-income senior citizens pay their sewer bills. If you meet the
MSD CAP eligibility requirements, you will receive a 25% discount on your monthly sewer
charges. The estimated annual savings for a MSD senior customer is $120 (or more) per
year. Eligibility is based on age, income, and property ownership.
3 Easy Steps to Apply
1. Complete Application
2. Attach Documents
3. Submit to MSD
If you meet the MSD CAP eligibility requirements, you will receive a 25% discount on your monthly sewer
charges. Following approval, your 25% discount will be applied to the sewer charges beginning on the
next full billing cycle.
To be eligible for the MSD CAP you must:
• Be 65 years of age or older.
• Have an Ohio Adjusted Gross Income (OAGI) of no more than $32,800 for 2019. The income limit
applies to the combined income of you and your spouse.
• Own and live in the residence for which you are paying the MSD sewer bill.
Documentation is required to be submitted with the application.
• Proof of Age
• Proof of Income
MSD will notify you each year when it is time to renew your enrollment in the customer assistance program.View Post
There will be a meeting of the Village of Lockland Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 6:30 PM in Council Chambers, 101 North Cooper Ave, Lockland, Ohio. The purpose of said meeting to consider the following request:
- Appeal of the Code Enforcement Officer’s determination at 240 North Cooper Avenue
The Village of Lockland has issued a Request for Qualifications/Proposals for redevelopment of the 12 acre former Stearns & Foster site at the corners of Shepherd Avenue and Wyoming Avenue. Responses are due June 4th, 2019.
The Stearns & Foster Mattress company developed the campus in 1882 and grew to be one of the largest companies in the region with 1.2M square feet of industrial space and employing 1,200. The company closed the location in 2001 and the site and has undergone remediation and demolition to make it shovel ready. Lockland expects to take control of the entire site in May.
There are strong expectations for the site to produce income taxes and property taxes for the small Millcreek Valley community. A Master Plan adopted for the site in 2017 demonstrates that proximity to I-75 and General Electric make it ideal for advanced manufacturing use. The business district directly to the south centered around the intersection of Mill Street and Dunn Street was approved by the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board to be listed as a Historic District on the National Register. This will allow local, state, and federal grants and loans to be used for revitalization efforts.
HCDC’s Economic Development Office has been working in the Village to establish the first Downtown Redevelopment District in Hamilton County. The redevelopment district will allow new tax revenues from construction on the Stearns & Foster site to be used for public infrastructure improvements and building rehabilitation.
Mayor Mason states that development of this site is of the highest priority for the Village. “It’s with great excitement and anticipation that I look forward to seeing all the exciting proposals for this all important former S&F site redevelopment. This land is a prime location and will become the foundation of our efforts in the revitalization of our Village.
Downloadable FilesRequest for Qualifications/Proposals
Volume I-NFA Letter and Executive Filing Document
Volume II-Environmental Design Group Inc. Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment
Volume III- Phase I Property Assessment Update
Volume IV-Phase II Property Assessment Update Part 1
Volume IV-Phase II Property Assessment Update Part 2
Volume IV-Phase II Property Assessment Update Part 3
Volume V-Floyd Brown Group Interim Phase II Remedial Investigation Report
Volume VI-Remedial Implementation Report
Volume VII-Risk Assessment Report
Volume VIII-Risk Mitigation Plan
Volume IX-NFA Addendum