The River Heritage Conservancy and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources are hosting a meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library to discuss options with the public.
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The River Heritage Conservancy says a 4.5-mile 'blueway' is the first project in the ambitious, $130 million Origin Park that would reshape southern Indiana riverfront into a public space more than six times larger than Louisville’s Waterfront Park.
The River Heritage Conservancy expects fundraising for the park’s first elements to start in 2021, including working with potential donors and governments.
A master plan for the roughly 400-acre project is could be released later this year.
Last July, Clarksville asked the EPA to help with taking away hazardous waste drums and soil contaminated by arsenic, iron and lead.
The nonprofit River Heritage Conservancy has been quietly buying land and working with public agencies on a 400-acre project in Clarksville, Ind.