Christine Matacic

Liberty Township Trustee

Butler County, Ohio

Economic Development

Accomplishments in office

  • Steiner Development - (Liberty Center to break ground Fall/Winter 2013)
  • Host to Homerama 2013 and 2014 as well as past years
  • Kroger Marketplace
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Liberty Campus
    24 Hour Emergency Service
    Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital
    Addition of a Proton Therapy Center
    Adding a 4th floor
  • Mercy Hospital Medical Offices
  • The Christ Hospital cardiac offices
  • 2 Pediatric Practices/Offices
  • Over 15 Restaurants – fast food and sit-down
  • Delhi Nursery & Garden Center
  • 2 UDF’s
  • 2 Oil/Lube Facilities
  • Various offices and strip centers
  • Hodapp Funeral Home
  • WEB Extreme Entertainment
  • 2 Walgreens stores

Road Widening

  • Cin-Day Road from Hamilton-Mason to Princeton
  • SR747 from Hamilton-Mason to Princeton
  • Liberty Way (aka Hamilton-Mason) from Butler-Warren to the RR overpass west of Cin-Day Road

Intersection Improvements

  • Butler-Warren at Bethany, Princeton, Millikin and Kyles Station
  • SR747 at Princeton, Millikin and Kyles Station
  • Liberty-Fairfield at Princeton and Millikin
  • Cin-Day at Bethany, Princeton, Millikin and Linn
  • Roundabouts: Millikin and Kyles Station, LeSourdesville-West Chester and Kyles Station

Road Realignment

  • Liberty-Fairfield at Hamilton-Mason
  • Kyles Station from SR747 to SR4

New Roads and Interchanges

  • Liberty Interchange
  • Cox Road Extension
Infrastructure
  • Worked with various developers to include hike/bike trails within their subdivisions
    Trails to connect with the Liberty Township Trails Initiative Master Plan
  • Began exploring MetroParks relationship and potential management of some park facilities
  • Completed a Parks Master Plan that includes future development/acquisition
Parks and Recreation
Christine Matacic is Fiscally Responsible
  • Perfect Township financial audits since 2007*
  • Despite down economy, Liberty Township's Moody's Bond rating has improved:
    2003: Aa3
    2008: Aa2
    2010: Aa1
  • Over $20 million in reserves (portion of this figure dedicated to future economic development
  • Maintains a 7 year comprehensive budget forecast including day-to-day operations, capital expenditures and debt service payments

* Perfect audit refers to audits resulting in no findings of recovery and no recommendations for improved policies or procedures.