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Middle Georgia RC Multi-Commission River Corridor Feasibility Study

This multi-region feasibility study examines, in detail, the feasibility of establishing linkage and connectivity through the use of multi-use tails, greenways, water trails, conservation areas and recreation facilities along the Ocmulgee and Oconee rivers. Starting in Athens-Clarke County and ending at Lake Jackson in Butts County, the proposed river corridor will connect significant historic, cultural and environmental resources. This study was conducted through funding made available from the Georgia Department of Transportation. Phase I of the study was completed in 2011 and primarily included a descriptive inventory of the river corridor resources and assets. Phase II, completed in 2012, includes a comprehensive analysis of the inventory and implementation strategies for creating regional linkages, promotion of the river corridor for regional tourism, as well as laying groundwork for future steps of corridor development. Middle Georgia Regional Commission


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