3. The Great Miami Riverway. Hamilton will participate in development of the Great Miami Riverway, which is the network of trails, boat entry-points and the river itself from Sidney to Hamilton. The development is supplemented by recent additions of restaurants and micro-breweries near the river.
4. Outdoor drinking area. Taking advantage of the new restaurants and bars downtown, the city is looking to create a Downtown Outdoor (Adult) Refreshment Area, where people can stroll around with alcoholic beverages, possibly from noon to midnight Monday through Sunday. Officials hope to have the program in place by May.
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5. Marcum Park. The city looks to continue using the new downtown Marcum Park to attract people to the burgeoning riverfront with concerts and other events. In addition, a trolley and human-peddled pedicabs will be operating when the warm weather arrives this year.
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