Cities along the 80-mile Great Miami River corridor now have a model to follow in their quest to fund millions of dollars in projects to draw residents and tourists to the riverfront.
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The Dayton Daily News is covering this region’s attempts to improve and develop its riverfronts better than any other local media. Reporter Steve Bennish has covered local environmental issues and riverfront development for more than a decade. No other local media provides such in-depth coverage of your communities.