State Senators Bill Coley (R-Liberty Township) and Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) will hold a press conference Wednesday, December 9 to discuss legislation aimed at addressing the steep tax increases that property owners face when improving land parcels before construction begins.

Supported by various regional chambers of commerce, Senate Bill 235 is expected to enhance local economic development and community revitalization efforts by incentivizing business expansion and new construction projects.

WHO:        Senators Bill Coley and Bill Beagle
WHEN:      11:30 a.m., Wednesday, December 9, 2015
WHERE:   Statehouse, Senate Press Briefing Room
The Ohio Channel will provide live stream access, available online at

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