FRAMEWORK Licking County Round 2 Community Workshop
The next round of input on FRAMEWORK Licking County is set for either March 29 or April 13. It’s open to Licking County residents.
- Hear about key conditions and trends for population, housing, and development
- Share thoughts on where and how to grow
- Tell us about the qualities of places you want to see
See the FRAMEWORK Round 2 Brochure.
Opportunity: Intel Career Pathways
See the latest opportunity graphic. This one is about career pathways for working at Intel Ohio.
The link is jobs.intel.com/students.
Skills to Jobs Pipeline
Intel has a list of skills its seeking for its Ohio One fabs. This infographic shows the skills that are coveted by Licking County manufacturers, not just Intel.
See more in the most recent edition of the Welcome Intel Insight newsletter.
Insight – Newsletter #6 – Skills For Manufacturing Careers
The sixth edition of the Insight newsletter is now out. The digital edition focuses on skills for manufacturing careers, including a skills pipeline graphic, a Q&A about Intel Ohio internships, and a look back at the Welcome Intel Task Force billboard campaign.
See the full newsletter: Welcome Intel Insight – Fifth Edition
Also, find a print version of the newsletter.
2022 Year in Review In Billboards
The 2022 year’s roundup of some of the billboards on the Mink Street exit billboard hosted by the Welcome Intel Task Force.
Transportation Update From TID
by Bill Lozier, Licking County Transportation Improvement District
The Licking County Transportation Improvement District (TID) previously reported it was taking the lead for the County to evaluate the future traffic demands on local roadways–county and township roads. These rural roadways will deliver employee and shipping traffic between the state routes to the north and east of the new Intel roadways will be the focus of the TID study. New traffic created from outside the Intel area that will be occurring from residential and commercial growth will also be considered.
The TID received the good news in June that their grant application to the ODOT Division of Jobs and Commerce was approved in the amount of $500,000 for consulting services to perform a traffic study to identify the best use of future construction funds and the level of improvements required on each of these roadways. The study has since grown into a jointly funded effort with the Franklin County TID. It was recognized that a merged study would result be more efficient since redundant traffic analyses would be avoided, and a better, more comprehensive traffic model would be gained. The intersections and road segments in Licking and Franklin Counties being evaluated are shown in the figure above.
The TID also applied for a federal roadway improvement grant through the Community Projects Program to be used for the identified future roadway needs. The TID received more good news in June when Congressman Balderson announced that the project received preliminary approval for $2 Million in construction funding.