It has taken about 18 months to put Enon on the map with drivers who exit I-675 to Rt 444 near Fairborn, but thanks to Enon Council Member Brenda Sweet and Police Chief Lew Wilcox signs are being installed pointing drivers to the east on the exit ramps.

According to information from the chief, the request came to him when he was serving as interim village administrator. He contacted the Ohio Department of Transportation without any success.

Sweet took the information from Wilcox and contacted State Representative Kyle Koehler to see if he might be able to assist the community.

Thanks to the efforts of Koehler, Sweet and Wilcox, the Village of Enon is now able to reap the rewards of having interstate signage pointing the way to the businesses along the Dayton Road corridor.

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