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This graphic exhibits the Ohio Office of Transportations program for the diverging diamond intersection for point out Routes 46 and 82 interchange in Howland.

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HOWLAND — Trustees have sold a smaller parcel of township land to the Ohio Office of Transportation for a key intersection project at point out Routes 46 and 82.

Trustee Rick Clark said the .61-acre parcel found off Route 46 in Howland Corners around Huntington Bank is not notably useful or important to the township. He said he did not keep in mind when or how the township obtained it.

The land was offered for its appraised worth of $26,190, “for the reason of setting up the diverging diamond interchange,” according to township legislation.

ODOT’s Route 46 and Route 82 diverging diamond interchange task has been numerous decades in the earning. It is aimed at enhancing protection and visitors movement in the chaotic Howland intersection. An ODOT protection study showed that 159 crashes took place at ramp intersections and 60 crashes transpired together the corridor of condition Route 46 north of condition Route 82 and south of Warren Sharon Highway among 2012 and 2016.

A feasibility research for the around $16 million undertaking was done in July 2020 and ODOT now is doing work to acquire the necessary proper-of-way just before construction tentatively commences in spring of up coming yr, in accordance to ODOT’s web page. Building is projected to continue on right until fall of 2025.

The job will displace the township’s oldest home, the Yellow Dwelling, positioned on the southeast corner of the existing intersection near an on-ramp from northbound condition Route 46 to eastbound condition Route 82.

The residence was slated to be moved to a assets around Howland Middle School at the conclude of this thirty day period, but the transfer has been delayed owing to hurt to sections of the creating, claimed Cindee Mines with the Howland Historical Modern society.

The Howland Historical Culture has owned the Yellow Residence since spring of final 12 months when Niles Real estate agent Jason Altobelli donated it to the society for $1.

Mines mentioned the historical society is most concerned with relocating the first house, which dates to 1835, but would like to choose as a great deal of “the more recent part” — added in 1860 — as feasible. The 1860 segment, on the other hand, has some weakened boards that may well not be structurally audio adequate to go.

The Yellow Property move is set tentatively for early in the early morning Aug. 14 when there is very little targeted visitors, according to the historic society’s Facebook webpage.

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