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Downtown riverfront development gets more for the money

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A jump-start for riverfront development in downtown Fort Wayne came Thursday in the form of $225,000 from the Foellinger Foundation.  “We announced Tuesday that we have matching money available from the Lilly Endowment,” David Bennett, Director of the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne, a group that is fundraising for riverfront projects.   228 more words


RiverAction Eddy Magazine February/March/April 2015

Below is the eddy magazine Vol 5, Issue 1 for February/March/April 2015 published by RiverAction.org. The magazine is filled with news and information about community-inclusive development from the Quad Cities and surrounding area. 56 more words

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Wild Ride at Dayton, Kentucky Planning and Zoning meeting

The Dayton Planning and Zoning Committee met on Wednesday evening. Present at the meeting were the committee members, Jeff Haas (newly appointed), Catherine Hamilton Hicks, Thomas Haddock (newly appointed), Don Riley (Dayton, Kentucky codes officer), Monty Rogers (board chair) and Carl Rogg. 890 more words


Development and disagreement at Dayton, KY City Council Meeting

by Jennifer Sierra
editor for the Bellevue Dayton Sun

City Administrator, Michael Giffen discussed the park conversion on Dayton Pike. This project met with some heavy push back from citizens last month. 1,814 more words


Goda Park Riverfront Development Project: Violation of court order and destruction of fertile riparian zone

Godavari is the second longest river in India after the river Ganges. It is popularly known as “Dakshin Ganga”. It originates at Bramhagiri hills in Tryambakeshwar of Nashik District in Maharashtra. 1,831 more words


Will Sabarmati model suit Yamuna redevelopment ?

A 13 member team of Delhi Officials has reached Ahmedabad on a two day visit to explore possibilities of replicating Ahmedabad’s Sabarmati riverfront project along the Yamuna in Delhi.  426 more words

Disappearing Water Bodies In Delhi

PB: More trouble for Thalatta?

An alert lawyer FOSDM sent us a link to a story in the Daily Business Review from earlier this week that should make village staff quake in their boots a little. 181 more words

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