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Rosedale Renaissance project to receive prestigious CLIDE Award

06.05.2017 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
The Texas Public Works Association selected the East Rosedale Street Improvement Project as a Transportation Project of the Year. The project is part of the Rosedale Renaissance initiative to revitalize Texas Wesleyan’s Southeast Fort Worth neighborhood.

The Rosedale Renaissance Project has been selected to receive a CLIDE Award from the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG). CLIDE (Celebrating Leadership in Development Excellence) awards celebrate outstanding projects and programs from the North Central Texas region that exemplify Principles of Development Excellence and help ensure a sustainable North Texas.

Fernando Costa, assistant city manager of Fort Worth, will present the award at the annual General Assembly of the North Central Texas Council of Governments on Friday, June 16 at the Hurst Conference Center. 

This annual meeting brings together local elected officials and government professionals from across the region; legislators representing North Central Texas; NCTCOG’s past presidents, board members, and committee members; state and federal agency representatives; and other special guests. Included in the meeting are the election of officers and directors to the 2017-2018 Executive Board and the presentation of four regional awards, including the CLIDE Awards.

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