CLARK COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) - More jobs are coming to Clark County with the arrival of a new truck stop just off of Interstate 70.
Land at the Interstate 70 intersection with State Route 41 is vacant right now, but it soon be home to a Love's truck stop.
"We are very excited about this intersection attracting people off the highway and spending money in Clark County," said John Detrick, Clark County Commissioner. Detrick says up to 120 semi trucks will be able to park there.
"And that's where this is a plus because there are no truck terminals till almost the other side of Dayton," said Detrick.
2 NEWS wanted to know just how this development is expected to help those already here and not just passing through.
"It's going to lead to 60 to 70 jobs. There's going to be restaurant jobs out there. There's going to be a major restaurant there," said Detrick.
Officials said construction will begin in 2014 and should be completed in late 2014.
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