Middletown joins group promoting development along Great Miami River

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Middletown joins group promoting development along Great Miami River

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Early morning fog is visible along the Great Miami River in Middletown. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

The Middletown Visitors Bureau and City of Middletown are joining the Great Miami Riverway Coalition.

The two entities, together, become the 19th member of the coalition, which is working to promote riverfront investment and economic development along a 99-mile section of the Great Miami River.

The coalition includes many of the cities and entities between Hamilton and Sidney, including MetroParks of Butler County, the Miami Conservancy District, Five Rivers MetroParks, and Montgomery County.

Partners in the Riverway Coalition are currently developing opportunities to showcase their assets, such as businesses, parks, and events to audiences that might not be aware otherwise.

Riverway Coalition membership financial contributions are based on population. Partners are asked to make a five-year commitment to provide stability to the organization.

The 19 partners who have committed to the Great Miami Riverway effort are:

  1. City of Sidney
  2. City of Piqua
  3. City of Troy
  4. City of Tipp City
  5. City of Dayton
  6. City of West Carrollton
  7. City of Miamisburg
  8. City of Moraine
  9. City of Franklin
  10. City of Middletown and Visitors Bureau
  11. City of Hamilton
  12. Montgomery County
  13. Miami County
  14. Miami County Park District
  15. Five Rivers MetroParks
  16. MetroParks of Butler County
  17. Shelby Visitor’s Bureau
  18. Miami County Visitor’s Bureau
  19. Miami Conservancy District

More information on the Great Miami Riverway Coalition is available online at www.greatmiamiriverway.org.

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