Groundbreaking for Colerain Township Gateway Park, economic development catalyst for Colerain Township and the Ohio Route 27 corridor, kicks off with synonymous ceremonies next Friday, May 11, signaling the launch of Gateway Park, the adjacent Memorial Plaza and a tasty new restaurant to boot, Cheddar’s.
Festivities begin at 9:30 a.m. at the site near the Northgate Mall, at Colerain and Springdale roads in Colerain Township, organized by officials from Greer Companies of Lexington (www.greercompanies.com) and Colerain Township.
The Colerain Township Memorial Plaza will honor Colerain Township police, firefighters, township workers as well as veterans from all U.S. service branches.
Donations are being accepted, and Memorial Pavers are available for sale as tributes to police, fire, and veterans of the Armed Forces.
Residents and businesses may purchase Memorial Pavers to show their support by logging onto the township website at www.coleraintwp.org or by calling the main number, (513) 385-7500. The URL is www.coleraintwp.org//memwall.cfm.
“Colerain Township Gateway Park represents not only the Memorial Plaza, but an economic development project that has served as a catalyst to the revitalization of the entire Northgate Mall property,” said Jeff Ritter, President of the Colerain Township Trustees.
Design consultants for Colerain Township Gateway Park and Memorial Plaza are MSI + KKG (landscape architecture), Brownstone Design (graphic design) and CDS Associates Inc. (civil engineering).
The Colerain Township Trustees are Ritter (Trustee President), Dennis Deters (Trustee Vice President) and Melinda Rinehart (Trustee).
Township Administrators are James M. Rowan (Administrator) and Frank Birkenhauer (Director of Development, Assistant Administrator).
For media inquiries regarding the groundbreaking next Friday for Colerain Township Gateway Park and Memorial Plaza, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, President of AndyHemmer.com PR at (513) 604-5428 or firstname.lastname@example.org.