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Madisonville Go Vibrant Walking Routes

MCURC has partnered with go vibrant to create walking routes throughout Madisonville.  Routes are 1, 2, 3 and 5 miles long, and they contain bits of Madisonville’s history, natural beauty and architectural features along the way.  Walk them, run them, bring some friends while you enjoy scenic Madisonville.

Madisonville’s future (Video)

Developers, families are betting on Madisonville’s future (Video) – Click link to Cincinnati Business Courier Website

The Madisonville Pipeline to Children’s Success is a collaborative effort to ensure Madisonville children are prepared for school. This integrated approach is working to increase school readiness rates and increase attendance at our neighborhood school.

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In the News!

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Landbank Lots Available

MCURC, along with the Hamilton County Land Reutilization Corporation, is offering up to three vacant lots for the development of new, owner-occupied homes for sale. Builders should apply to MCURC by November 30, 2016.

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Cincinnati Jazz & BBQ Festival 2016

Come to the 2016 Cincinnati Jazz and BBQ Festival, Saturday, September 10 from 4-9pm at the intersection of Madison & Whetsel.

Music by the Nasty Nati Brass Band, Triage featuring Eugene Goss and Jazz Renaissance.

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Register Now for the Madisonville 5K

Runners and walkers are invited to join the 4th annual Madisonville 5K on September 10.

You can register now for this fun event by clicking here.  The race begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Madisonville Recreation […]

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Business Courier: Cranley proposes funding for Madisonville business district development

From the Cincinnati Business Courier:

The city will kick in $4 million to jumpstart the redevelopment of Madisonville’s business district along Madison Road spearheaded by Ackermann Group, Mayor John Cranley announced Wednesday. The money […]

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