Montgomery

Montgomery Auto dealer license in Ohio would soon be initiated. Montgomery is a city in Hamilton County, Ohio, USA established in 1796. The city was a coach stop on Cincinnati-Zanesville Road, which later became known as the Montgomery Pike, with the Inn, two taverns, a carding mill and a factory of granules in the process of its agricultural products. It still retains its old town with many houses of 19 century scattered throughout the community. It is currently accessible exit 15 off Interstate 71, exit 50 off Interstate 275 and the eastern terminus of the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway about five miles northeast of Cincinnati City Line. The population was 10,163 in the 2000 census.