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When the Cincinnati Business Courier listed 100 landmarks in Greater Cincinnati upon which readers could vote into a final top 25, Covington scored five and a half entries (the half was the Cincinnati/NKY international airport which is in Hebron but is abbreviated CVG for Covington). Overall, the Northern Kentucky three-county area was awarded twelve spots. To view the original article click here: Covington Places Make Top 100.
Today the Business Courier released its top 25 in alphabetical order (the actual rankings will be revealed at a gala ceremony next month) and only two NKY locations made the cut: the Roebling Bridge in Covington and the Purple People Bridge in Newport. Out of twelve great options, the voters only selected two NKY landmarks, and those landmarks both touch Cincinnati. I smell voter fraud. And scandal!
Can't argue with many of the top 25 though, as they are all landmarks (although, the Serpentine Wall and Sawyer Point each take up a spot when they are pretty much the same thing, aren't they?). But come on, no Basilica? No Ascent? No Devou Park overlook? Sounds like we need to get a group of Covingtonians together to crash the gala next month. Who's in?
To see the article and slideshow from the Business Courier, click here.