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President Joe Biden in Hamilton on Friday: What we know

President Joe Biden has landed in Cincinnati, where he will meet with manufacturing leaders in Hamilton to talk economy, supply chain and announce a new initiative.Biden landed at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport at 1 p.m. where he went straight into his motorcade that is taking him to United Performance Metals in Hamilton, Ohio. That’s where the president will meet with manufacturing leaders to see new additive manufacturing technologies at work and discuss his plan to make more throughout the country, a release from the White House stated. “The president will call on Congress to build on that success and pass legislation like the Bipartisan Innovation Act, which will create good-paying jobs, boost domestic manufacturing, and lower prices for working families,” the release stated.The president is using the company to highlight something called AM Forward.It stands for additive manufacturing. The program is designed to have small and mid-sized companies help larger companies with its needs for manufacturing, in particular 3D printing.United Performance Metal is already a supply source. Among those larger companies signing off on that AM Forward program is GE Aviation.The goal of the program is to keep the supply chain here in the U.S. and help businesses adapt to new technology and create jobs. SCHOOL CLOSURESFairfield City Schools will be closed on Friday due to Biden’s visit to Butler County.Schools officials decided to cancel class because they said there will be a large number of road closures in the area that may cause lengthy traffic backups and limited to no access to some of the school buildings.”The road closures and traffic jams will create multiple issues for our transportation department and buildings. In addition, we have concerns about student safety in the event of an emergency,” the school district said in a statement Thursday.The entire Fairfield City School District will be closed on Friday except for Fairfield High School students who are scheduled to take the AP U.S. History exam.School leaders apologized for any inconvenience. WEATHERRain and storms roll through in off and on rounds Friday. Friday afternoon brings more storms. Some could even be strong.

President Joe Biden has landed in Cincinnati, where he will meet with manufacturing leaders in Hamilton to talk economy, supply chain and announce a new initiative.

Biden landed at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport at 1 p.m. where he went straight into his motorcade that is taking him to United Performance Metals in Hamilton, Ohio.

That’s where the president will meet with manufacturing leaders to see new additive manufacturing technologies at work and discuss his plan to make more throughout the country, a release from the White House stated.

“The president will call on Congress to build on that success and pass legislation like the Bipartisan Innovation Act, which will create good-paying jobs, boost domestic manufacturing, and lower prices for working families,” the release stated.

The president is using the company to highlight something called AM Forward.

It stands for additive manufacturing. The program is designed to have small and mid-sized companies help larger companies with its needs for manufacturing, in particular 3D printing.

United Performance Metal is already a supply source. Among those larger companies signing off on that AM Forward program is GE Aviation.

The goal of the program is to keep the supply chain here in the U.S. and help businesses adapt to new technology and create jobs.

SCHOOL CLOSURES

Fairfield City Schools will be closed on Friday due to Biden’s visit to Butler County.

Schools officials decided to cancel class because they said there will be a large number of road closures in the area that may cause lengthy traffic backups and limited to no access to some of the school buildings.

“The road closures and traffic jams will create multiple issues for our transportation department and buildings. In addition, we have concerns about student safety in the event of an emergency,” the school district said in a statement Thursday.

The entire Fairfield City School District will be closed on Friday except for Fairfield High School students who are scheduled to take the AP U.S. History exam.

School leaders apologized for any inconvenience.

WEATHER

Rain and storms roll through in off and on rounds Friday. Friday afternoon brings more storms. Some could even be strong.

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