FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 1, 2016
Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. to Begin Issuing Violation Notices
Enforcement program to target littering and other offenses on Cultural Trail
INDIANAPOLIS: Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. (ICT, Inc.), today, announces that violation notices will now be handed out for offenses that damage, destroy, or inhibit a positive experience on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick. Fines from the violation notices will be used to maintain the internationally recognized 8 mile Trail.
“Every day, thousands of people use the Indianapolis Cultural for commuting, exercise and for enjoying our downtown” said ICT, Inc. Executive Director Kären Haley. “Issuing violation notices for offenses like littering, graffiti and trampling flowers will help enforce the high standards we have on the Trail and will also provide revenue for ongoing maintenance. This new program allows us to continue our mission to ensure the Trail is beautifully maintained for all Indy residents and visitors.”
Revenue collected from Cultural Trail violation notices will be used for ongoing maintenance including new gardens, irrigation repair, litter pick-up, electrical work and repair and replacement of damaged fixtures and pavers. The Trail violation notices are also expected to encourage respect for the Cultural Trail as it is a beloved piece of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. ensures that the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick is a beautifully maintained and vibrant community asset connecting people and places in downtown Indianapolis.
Happy April Fools from all of us at ICT, Inc.!