Second Street/State Route 48 Improvement (Mobil Station)
In August 2022, the city, working in partnership with the Adams County Land Bank, took possession of the former Mobil Station site (106 W Loveland Avenue) after the prior owner concluded fuel center and retail operations. Once the site is remediated, a right turn lane will be added along State Route 48 to improve traffic flow turning onto West Loveland Avenue.
With the cessation of fuel center activities on the site and the associated transfer of the property to the land bank, the city will begin the process of completing the environmental inspections required to demolish the former fuel center, remove the existing underground storage tanks, and pursue additional funding to assist in remediating current known and unknown issues associated with the past fuel center use. To date on the site, asbestos testing work has been completed, which allows demolition efforts to proceed through the State of Ohio Demolition Grant program administered through Clermont County. Once testing results are confirmed, the county will then bid the demolition out as part of the grant process. Additionally, with the transfer of the property, the city authorized testing to determine if there are existing, undocumented petroleum releases associated with any active underground storage tanks on site.
August 19, 2022 While the remediation process takes place, stop blocks have been placed around the property's perimeter to prevent unauthorized access and eliminate potential traffic safety issues associated with “cut-through” traffic on the site or unauthorized vehicle trespass.
September 16, 2022 A sign reading “Traffic Improvements Coming” was placed at the site to help keep residents informed.
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City Contact: Cory Wright, Assistant City Manager, (513) 583-3020