Friday, November 16, 2001

Downtown board selected




By Ken Alltucker
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Downtown property owners Thursday elected a new board of directors to oversee the downtown special-improvement district.

        The district contracts with Downtown Cincinnati Inc. to recruit and retain office users and retailers, and to assist in residential development and other efforts to improve downtown.

        Six of the district's nine board members represent different stakeholder groups: Class A office, Class B and C office, retailers, Building Owners and Managers Association and two “diversified” representatives.

        The new board members:

        • Lydia Jacobs-Horton (Class A).

        • John F. Gabriel, Jr. (Class B and C).

        • Rich Cappel (retail).

        • Steven Richter (BOMA).

        • Richard Kimbler (diversified).

        • Mario San Marco (diversified).

        Rounding out the board are three yet-to-be-picked government representatives. Those typically include two Cincinnati city representatives and one Hamilton County representative.

        The new board will select officers in December.

       



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