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Created for briefing at Chatauqua at the Riverside Sunday 18 Aug 2013 at Riverside Art Center Ypsilanti MI

Created for briefing at Chatauqua at the Riverside Sunday 18 Aug 2013 at Riverside Art Center Ypsilanti MI

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  • 1. http://nps.gov/rira • Newest of Michigan’s five National Parks • Location of the largest battle fought on Michigan soil • Most casualties in a single day by the United States in the War of 1812 almost 400 killed, over 530 POW total • Largest number of POWs taken by a foreign power in the Continental United States • Reclaimed brownfield River Raisin National Battlefield Park The story of the Park’s creation is one of community collaboration and partnership
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  • 3. http://nps.gov/rira Battles at Frenchtown Michigan Territory, January 1813 January 18, 1813 January 22, 1813
  • 4. http://nps.gov/rira Drive Time in Hours and population River Raisin NBP 1 7,359,000 2 9,076,000 3 18,968,000 River Raisin NBP 1403 E. Elm Avenue Monroe MI 48162 (734) 243-7136 Visitor Center
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  • 9. http://nps.gov/rira The only place in Michigan with a National Park, a State Park and an International Wildlife Refuge A GATEWAY COMMUNITY TO “PURE MICHIGAN”
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  • 11. http://nps.gov/rira CREATING A VISION TO ACHIEVE OUR FULL POTENTIAL Leveraging Community Assets to Create Place and Destination History Corridor - East Master Plan
  • 12. http://nps.gov/rira • The Economic impact assessment was performed with assistance from the Michigan State University Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies • MSU used the MGM2 model developed for the National Parks Service • Economic impact assessment was performed for: • Local area: Monroe county • Regional Area: Monroe, Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawee, Fulton, Lucas, Wood, Ottawa Counties • Statewide: Michigan and Ohio • National • Only the Regional Area was used for breakeven calculations
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  • 16. http://nps.gov/rira From the Roof of the Visitors Center looking South East
  • 17. http://nps.gov/rira From above the Amphitheater looking North-West
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  • 26. http://nps.gov/rira Master Plan Cost Summary Projected Annual Visitors 635,000 Building and Site Improvements $80,924,000 Property Acquisition $9,493,000 Total $90,417,000 State Economic Impact $31,616,000 Breakeven / Years 2.85 Jobs (FTE) 303
  • 27. http://nps.gov/rira River Raisin Gettysburg Jamestown George Rogers Clark 1 7,359,000 1,594,000 2,081,000 263,000 2 9,076,000 11,710,000 3,860,000 1,591,000 3 18,968,000 24,965,000 11,690,000 7,622,000 Drive Time Assessment Hours transit/population
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  • 30. http://nps.gov/rira VISION
  • 31. http://nps.gov/rira VISION LEADERSHIP
  • 32. http://nps.gov/rira VISION LEADERSHIP COLLABORATION
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  • 35. http://nps.gov/rira Thank You
  • 36. http://nps.gov/rira Questions? http://nps.gov/rira “LIKE” Us at River Raisin National Battlefield Park (Landmark) Major Muskrat (Persona)
  • 37. http://nps.gov/rira Backup slides
  • 38. http://nps.gov/rira Affiliated Projects that Create Place
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  • 40. http://nps.gov/rira Other Impacts not factored into the Economic Assessment • Increase in property values by transforming the City and greater Monroe areas into a competitive tourist destination. • Impacts associated by leveraging historic and ecological projects together • Multiplier effect that permeates through the local economy through added job creation (only direct and indirect impacts were assessed) • Additional job creation associated with new business seeking to enter the local market because Monroe is now perceived as part of the New Economy and community of choice • Changes in local prosperity • Educational and cultural opportunities
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  • 43. http://nps.gov/rira History Corridor - East Master Plan April 22, 2013
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  • 45. http://nps.gov/rira Activity Zone 1: Visitor Center Projected Annual Visitors 295,000 Building & Site Improvements $15,846,000 Property Acquisition $0 Total $15,846,000 State Economic Impact $18,324,000 Break-even / Years 0.86
  • 46. http://nps.gov/rira Activity Zone 3: Frenchtown Settlement Projected Annual Visitors 115,000 Building & Site Improvements $8,123,000 Property Acquisition $2,237,000 Total $10,360,000 State Economic Impact $7,143,000 Breakeven / Years 1.45
  • 47. http://nps.gov/rira Activity Zone 6: Entertainment Projected Annual Visitors 45,000 Building & Site Improvements $9,820,184 Property Acquisition $745,000 Total $10,565,000 State Economic Impact $2,795,000 Break-even / Years 3.78
  • 48. http://nps.gov/rira Activity Zone 7: Greenways, Paths and Parks Projected Annual Visitors 180,000 Building & Site Improvements $4,520,000 Property Acquisition $1,035,000 Total $5,555,000 State Economic Impact $3,354,000 Breakeven / Years 1.65