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Hamilton and Middletown Ohio river assets for future development.

Hamilton and Middletown Ohio river assets for future development.

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  • Message: The River provides quality of life opportunities connecting health, fitness, sports management and outdoor activities. Transportation facilitation with adjacent bike paths and a proposed pedestrian walkway can open up intermodal funding sources to enhance the basic project.These are supporting organizations and organizations involved in aspects of design, planning and financing the project.

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  • 1. 2010
    River Assets in hamilton and middletown
  • 2. Forest Hills Country Club in Middletown, Ohio
    Historic golf course
    Former estate of Armco founder George Verity
    41 acres on the Great Miami River in Downtown Middletown
    Future plans to include lifestyle living with green space, bike trail and amphitheater
  • 3. Riverside Athletic Club – Hamilton,Ohio
    Anchor facility in Riverside Riverwalk project.
    Tennis and fitness facility with 300 current members.
    Partnerships with Institutions: Health Care and Educational Institutions with the potential for other partnerships
  • 4. Riverside Riverwalk Project
    Participating and Supporting Organizations
  • 5. Riverside Riverwalk Concept Drawing and Site Plan
    • $ 40M - projected investment
    • 6. 200 permanent jobs
    • 7. 500 construction jobs
    • 8. Proposed pedestrian
    bridge
    • Bike Trail – Marina
    • 9. Walkable Waterfront
  • Riverside Riverwalk Riverview
    East Bank Concept Drawing
    View from the West Bank
  • 10. Rivers are resources for recreation, athletic training and wellness ---- Recreational & Fitness Use of River Increasing
    Recreational Use by Category
    Increased use of the river and adjacent area for recreation. National trends are reflected locally and in Ohio. Data from Tourism Study supports river as focal point for recreation in Butler County.
    Millions
    44.7M
    96.6M
    10M
    42.2M
    Millions of people participate in activities connected to the river.
    2008 National Sporting Goods Association
  • 11. Strategy and Funding Process
    Policy
    American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
    Walkable Waterfronts
    Collaborative Partnerships
    to develop projects with
    Institutional partners
    Strategy
    Local Private
    State Non-Profit
    Federal Institutions
    Funding
  • 12. Funding Sources Meet Strategy for Riverfront Development
    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is passed by Congress in 2009.
    RZEBs and RZFBs allocations are distributed to major Cities and Counties.
    Butler County Port Authority conducts Stimulus Fund Seminar in April 2009. Roland Lutz attends program.
    In 2009 Vision 2020 organizes Riverfront Committee.
  • 13. Funding with Bonds
    Roland Lutz submits RFP for Recovery Zone Facility Bonds. (January 2010)
    RZFBs are approved contingent on financing.
    Financing, Letter of Credit must be obtained by June 15th for RZFBs.
    For more information on BCPA financing and project visit www.butlerport.org
    Butler County Port Authority March 2nd Board Meeting
    Process
  • 14. Quality of Life for recreation, education and fitness. Policy is evolving such as Restoring Prosperity that emphasizes “walkable waterfronts” and redevelopment of the metropolitan areas.
    The Great Miami River