New residential options, construction job opportunities, and restaurant patrons will be just some of the benefits seen from the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits granted to two Walnut Hills building projects. Read the full story on the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation site.
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The Enquirer covers the new two-way traffic pattern and shows how people are slowing down to get a better look at our neighborhood.
Come join the dedication celebration!
McMillan/Taft 2-way Traffic Conversion Event
Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012
Northeast corner of McMillan and Park Ave (lot next to Dairy Mart)
Please come celebrate the long awaited return of the Walnut Hills historic business corridors to 2-way traffic.
Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls will lead the Walnut Hills Business Association, Walnut Hills Area Council and the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation in the ceremonial unveiling of new traffic signals.
Have you heard of the new Buy 25 Tuesdays club? Join us to make a difference in our neighborhood.
Since our first shopping event, our efforts have gained coverage in UrbanCincy and 700 WLW. Kroger management has told us that they have noticed all of this attention as well as an increase in sales since our efforts began.
What does this all mean? It means that we need a huge turnout at the Walnut Hills Kroger this Tuesday between 4-8p.
All we need you to do is show up and spend $25. That’s all you have to do to make a difference in Walnut Hills!