CINCINNATI -- Hamilton County Commissioner Greg Hartmann and Cincinnati Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls are scheduled to discuss the preservation of historic buildings in the area on Friday.
Hartmann will talk about the partnership between 3CDC and the Memorial Hall Society to complete a renovation project without the use of county taxpayer dollars.
“The County is fortunate to have 3CDC’s commitment to the Memorial Hall project and I look forward to sharing more on our progress at Friday’s presentation,” said Commissioner Hartmann. “Memorial Hall and Music Hall are community treasures that deserve the County and the City’s dedication to preserving.”
Qualls will talk about the efforts to preserve Music Hall and plans for its renovation.
The discussion is set to begin at 12:00 p.m.
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