Kettering may ask for more help to continue planning for 95 jobs


The company is also planning to move to a site in northern Kentucky and expand there, according to Kettering records.

The request for the ED / GE program’s fall 2021 funding cycle would go “to offset expenses associated” with the expansion “and improvement of the parking lot and roof of the existing facility,” according to the documents. .

The Council should also consider:

• Proposed changes to allow accommodation and dining at Kettering Business Park and Miami Valley Research Park.

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Changes to the city’s comprehensive plan and zoning code would allow land use to be extended over large areas on a limited basis to accommodate changing trends that are attracting a greater variety of industries and jobs. , officials said.

Leaders from Mount St. John and the Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning questioned some of the zoning changes. Specifically, they raised concerns during a public hearing about how a residential development of around 300 units currently in the planning stage would impact noise, traffic and environmental issues in the area.

A vote on the changes is expected to take place next month, according to City Manager Mark Schwieterman.

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• Accepted a grant from the Kettering Parks Foundation for new furniture, fixtures and equipment for the Rosewood Arts Center, the site of a $ 4.3 million renovation.

Work on the 56-year-old former primary school began last month after it was delayed for a year due to the coronavirus.

It is a multi-year, multi-phase project of a facility that serves more than 80,000 people per year in the Dayton area through a variety of visual and performing arts, according to the city.

The three-part renovation will continue until 2023, officials said.

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