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Clermont County Port Authority
ATT: Gael Fawley
101 E. Main Street, 3rd Floor
Batavia, OH 45103
The Clermont County Port Authority (the Port) is a body corporate and politic established by the Board of County Commissioners as a tool to facilitate economic development in the community. The Port was established by the County Commissioners through Resolution 124-12 on July 16, 2012. The Port has a five-member board of directors with four-year staggered terms, and directors are appointed by the County Commissioners.
Currently there is no paid staff or dedicated physical office for the Port. Projects are managed by the staff of the Clermont County Department of Community & Economic Development. The Port received an initial $20,000 contribution from the County Commissioners to fund the operations as the organization was established, and it is anticipated that the Port will be self-sufficient on an ongoing basis through project fees.
The Port Authority Board of Directors sets a meeting schedule each calendar year which is subject to change and is based on the need to conduct official business.
All meetings take place at 101 East Main Street, 3rd Floor, Batavia, Ohio 45103. All meeting start times are 2:00 PM EST unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday, January 28 – Cancelled
Tuesday, February 18 at 3:00 pm (rescheduled from 02/19/2020)
Wednesday, March 18 – Cancelled
Wednesday, April 15 – Cancelled
Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, June 17
Tuesday, June 30 – Special Meeting at 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday, July 15 – Cancelled
Wednesday, August 19
Wednesday, September 16
Wednesday, October 21
Wednesday, November 18
Wednesday, December 16
In addition to this notice, all regular meetings and any special meeting are also posted on the Clermont County Commissioners public meeting calendar.
Port authorities are also authorized to exercise the power of eminent domain by the Ohio Revised Code. The County Commissioners, however, prohibited the Clermont County Port Authority from using eminent domain in the July 16, 2012 Resolution establishing the Port.