The purpose of Lorain County Transportation District (LCTID) is to improve the transportation system in Lorain County in order to contribute to the creation or preservation of jobs or employment opportunities or the improvement of economic welfare of the people within the area of the LCTID and to all the State, recognizing that it is in the public interest and a proper public purpose for the LCTID to acquire, construct, enlarge, improve, equip, sell, lease, lease-purchase, exchange, or otherwise dispose of property, structures, and other facilities for such projects undertaken by the LCTID in accordance with its exercise of the authority granted by Sections 5540.01 to 5540.17 of the Ohio Revised Code.
Moreover, the exercise of this authority by the LCTID is consistent with and will promote industry, commerce, distribution and research activity in the area of the LCTID and State, consistent with the statement of public purpose set forth in Section 5540.16 of the Ohio Revised Code, and is necessary for the prosperity, health, safety and welfare of the State and its people. The LCTID will provide the local partnering and support structure to coordinate federal, state and local resources for the aforementioned purposes.
The annual organizational meeting is held in January and then on an as needed basis as determined by the Board.
2018 CURRENT MEMBERS
Ted Kalo, Commissioner – Chair
Kenneth P. Carney, Engineer – Vice-Chair
James R. Cordes, Administrator – Secretary/Treasurer
Lori Kokoski, Commissioner
Matt Lundy, Commissioner
Senator Gayle Manning State Representative Nathan Manning