Fifteen communities and agencies along 99 miles of the Great Miami River are collaborating with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a $250,000 recreation riverfront study.
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Contributions to Great Miami River recreation study
Fifteen communities and agencies along 99 miles of the Great Miami River corridor are collaborating with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a recreation riverfront study. Below is a breakdown of contributions to the $250,000 study.
Butler County MetroParks $2,000
Five Rivers MetroParks $3,000
City of Franklin $2,000
City of Hamilton $3,000
Miami Conservancy District $25,000 (plus $12,000 in-kind as local sponsor)
Miami County Park Dist. $3,000
Montgomery County $50,000
West Carrollton $3,000
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers $125,000 (in service)