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Lockland Church of the Nazarene
335 West Wyoming Ave.
The Village of Lockland Administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 27th in observation of Memorial Day.View Post
The Village of Lockland’s Natural Gas Aggregation Program’s flex down rate which is capped at $0.444/ccf is due to expire soon. Your community leaders have been working with our consultant, Energy Alliances, Inc., to establish a new stable/protective rate for our residents. The new program will commence with June 2019 meter reads at the great fixed price of $0.396/ccf!
Constellation NewEnergy – Gas Division LLC (Constellation) has again been chosen to supply the program. By now eligible residents should have received an opt-out notice in the mail from Constellation. After much research, we have chosen to take advantage of an unusual turn in market conditions that allows us to offer a 3-year fixed rate (June 2019 through May 2022). The reasoning for this change in strategy is that current market conditions indicate a long-term fixed price offers the most competitive pricing option available. This is directly opposite from past market conditions and is why this new strategy is being implemented.
We are pleased to continue to make this program available to residents. Eligible residents will receive this great fixed price and the quality customer service they have enjoyed in the past. By securing this competitive rate for our program we will continue to provide residents and small businesses price stability and protection for their natural gas costs.
As a reminder, our residents will never be approached by a door-to-door sales representative or telemarketer to participate in our aggregation program. All correspondence pertaining to our program will include our logo. Residents who have questions about our program, are not currently signed up, or are with another supplier may still enroll by calling a member of Constellation’s dedicated customer care team at 877-885-4344.
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.
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