The president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce doesn’t see an opening to make progress on a Brent Spence Bridge replacement in the near future. Not until 2018, to be specific.
“I see several years down the road before we get to any consensus,” Trey Grayson, the former Kentucky Secretary of State, said in a recent interview ahead of his one-year anniversary on the job. “I look at it as were not going to have a consensus out until 2018 when we have a new governor,” a new president and possible changes in the composition and leaders of Congress.
Grayson also talked about the challenges of having Toyota close its manufacturing headquarters in Erlanger, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport’s future and other issues confronting the Cincinnati region and Northern Kentucky specifically.
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