SOUTHBANK PARTNERS HONORED WITH TRAIL OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR RIVERFRONT COMMONS PROJECT

Posted on Tuesday, September 06, 2016 by Joyce Joyce McMullin in Press Releases
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SOUTHBANK PARTNERS HONORED WITH TRAIL OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR RIVERFRONT COMMONS PROJECT

For immediate release

September 1,2016

Contact:
Jack Moreland

President, Southbank Partners

jmoreland@southbankpartners.com

859-655-7700

NEWPORT - Southbank Partners has been honored with the 2016 Trail Project of the Year award for the Riverfront Commons Project at the Regional Trails Summit at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden on Friday, Aug. 26th.

“It is exciting to receive an award from your peers,” said Southbank Partners President Jack Moreland. “To be recognized by other people who develop and work on trails in our region validates the success of the Riverfront Commons project.”

The Fourth Annual Regional Trails Summit was presented by organizations the Tri-State Trails and Green Umbrella. This year’s topic was “Making the Economic Case for Trails”. The program covered topics such as the OKI 2040 Regional Transportation Plan, using trails as an economic tool, and building public support for trails.

Southbank Partners promotes and manages economic development and infrastructure improvement projects in the Northern Kentucky Ohio River cities of Newport, Covington, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow and Fort Thomas.

“It is quite an honor to be recognized as we continue to move forward with Riverfront Commons,” said Southbank Board Member Roger Peterman, a member of Fort Thomas City Council. “Much has been accomplished but there is also much to be done to realize our vision of a hike and bike trail along the entire Northern Kentucky riverfront.  Public support is a key to realizing our dream and this recognition tells the public we are well on our way.”

 About Southbank Partners:

Southbank Partners promotes and manages economic development and infrastructure improvement projects in the Northern Kentucky Ohio River cities of  Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton and Ft. Thomas.