Listen: With $300,000 Yanked from Riverfront Commons, What's Next for Project?
One of the casualties of Governor Matt Bevin's veto pen was $300,000 that was expected go towards Riverfront Commons, the recreational trail system being developed along Northern Kentucky's River Cities.
The project would link Ludlow and Covington in Kenton County to Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Fort Thomas in Campbell County along the Ohio River.
While this is money that the cities were counting on, Jack Moreland, president of Southbank Partners - the regional agency overseeing the project, says that we will still see progress over the coming months.
Moreland joined RCN's Michael Monks for a conversation about Riverfront Commons and its future.