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Port Authority releases 2013 economic inclusion results

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (Port Authority) today released its economic inclusion results for services performed around several community revitalization, real estate development, and financing-related initiatives in 2013. The Port Authority is reporting 24 percent minority inclusion based…

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Port-GCEA energy partnership rolls out GC-PACE

The Port Authority and Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance partnership rolls out the first program in their clean energy partnership: GC-PACE - Greater Cincinnati Property Assessed Clean Energy. GC-PACE is a tool to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy investments through…

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11.12.13 Port Authority Statement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CINCINNATI, Ohio – November 12, 2013 Port Authority Statement from Port Authority President & CEO Laura Brunner: Yesterday, members of the Port Authority board of directors and I received a letter signed by Mayor-Elect John Cranley and…

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Port Authority Board Approves Parking Resolution

Special Board of Directors meeting assembles October 19 to discuss Cincinnati parking system contracts, bond indenture Advisory Committee named CINCINNATI – October 19, 2013 – The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (Port Authority) has announced that its Board of…

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Port Authority and Energy Alliance partner on comprehensive clean energy program

For Immediate Release Contact: Chris Meyer, Commercial Operations Director Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance 513.621.4232 | cmeyer@greatercea.org Gail Paul, Director of Communication Strategy Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority 513.621.3000 | gpaul@cincinnatiport.org Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority and Energy Alliance…

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Port Releases Draft Parking Contracts

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority announced that it has substantially completed terms of agreements with companies that will operate the City of Cincinnati’s metered parking spaces, as well as five downtown parking garages and three surface parking lots.…

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