TONIGHT: See plans for roundabout at Hamilton’s Five Points intersection

Tonight is your opportunity to see the plans for a new roundabout at Hamilton Mason Road/Tylersville Road/Grand Boulevard/Hancock Avenue/Tuley Road, known locally as the Five Points intersection.

MORE: What you’re saying about a possible roundabout at Hamilton’s Five Points

The Butler County Engineer’s Office and the city of Hamilton will hold a public open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today, Sept. 19, at Crawford Woods Elementary, 2200 Hensley Ave. in Hamilton to provide information and to gather feedback about the proposed intersection improvement.

FIRST REPORT: Will Hamilton’s Five Points intersection become a roundabout?

Maps, photos, and other material, including copies of the draft environmental studies, will be available for residents to review and to discuss with employees from the Butler County Engineer’s Office and the Ohio Department of Transportation.

These representatives will be available to answer questions and hear ideas, according to the meeting’s organizers.

The meeting materials will be available in English and Spanish.

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