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From the 2/8/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

 

Committee discussing park project possibilities

By KRISTINA SMITH

Staff writer

 

PORT CLINTON -- An amphitheater, boat launch and outdoor cafe are some of the possibilities city officials could negotiate into the planned indoor water park development at Water Works Park.

 

The city Planning Committee discussed those and other options to improve the park Wednesday during its meeting at Ida Rupp Public Library.

 

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070208/NEWS01/702080303/1002/rss01

 

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Grasscat, do you know what happened to Z's Tin Goose Saloon? I was in downtown PC last weekend and sad to see it replaced by "Dr. Ricks Lounge."  I did a google search and found nothing on Z's closing down.

 

I hope they make the right decision with the whole waterpark vs. condo's issue. Port Clinton is a neat town with a great vibe.

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From the 2/21/07 Sandusky Register:

 

Rieger Lofts delayed again

By BRANDI BARHITE | Wednesday February 21 2007, 6:33am

 

SANDUSKY The Rieger Lofts project is going to be delayed a little bit longer.

 

Developer Greg Spatz said before Gov. Bob Taft left office he signed a state historic tax bill allowing for credits up to 100 percent.  In order to get this money, the early application deadline is July, according to Spatz, president of U.S. Construction.  Originally, renovation on the former Sanduskian hotel, 242 Jackson St., was to start in the next month or two.  Now it might be as late as the fall.

 

The construction can’t start beforehand because it would make him ineligible for the funding.  The cost of the total project has grown to about $6 million, which includes 41 apartment lofts and 14,000 square feet of commercial space.  Once construction starts, the lofts could be finished in six months, Spatz said.

 

More at http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/02/21/local_news/doc45dc47b3e4302933294118.txt

 

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Grasscat, do you know what happened to Z's Tin Goose Saloon? I was in downtown PC last weekend and sad to see it replaced by "Dr. Ricks Lounge."  I did a google search and found nothing on Z's closing down.

 

I've never been to Port Clinton and I'm not familiar with any of the local spots.  And from what I remember, I don't recall seeing any news about that.

 

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Community input sought on water trail

Toledo Blade, 2/22/07

 

The planning process for a proposed water trail in East Sandusky Bay is under way.  Officials from Erie MetroParks and the city of Sandusky are planning what Ohio may recognize as a navigable waterway, complete with recreational, natural, historical, or educational stops along the way.

 

Plans have the trail hugging the southern coastline of the bay, starting near Pipe Creek and ending in the Steinen Wildlife Area.  As part of the development process, metropark and city officials ask interested community members for their input to assist planners. Comments and questions are welcome during three upcoming events at Sandusky's City Hall, 222 Meigs Street.

 

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Bigger digs for county court

Sandusky Register, 2/22/07

 

County Court Judge Paul Lux will get the expanded building his growing court operation needs -- and it likely will be in a new location.  The judge presented plans Wednesday to the Erie County Commissioners for a new building that will provide more than twice as much space as the court's current location on Mason Road just west of U.S. 250.

 

Lux's county court, a municipal court which serves eight communities, has 3,350 square feet.  The new building will add 4,300 square feet, for a total of 7,800, said Allen Jackson, facilities manager for Erie County.  Lux said he already lacks the space he needs and expects caseloads will only grow. The Ohio General Assembly has enacted a law transforming his part-time court into a full-time operation, beginning Jan. 1 next year.

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From the 1/25/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

Prospect of more jobs has some residents excited at the possibilities

By MATT SANCTIS

Staff writer

 

In a small, quiet corner of the Ideal Bakery in Gibsonburg on Wednesday, a few locals gathered, taking a break to relax and sip coffee.  Few local residents were aware that a Colorado company is considering investing $180 million into the construction of an ethanol plant on the northern edge of the village, but nearly everyone agreed that any project to bring in more jobs could only benefit the area.

 

No decision has been made, but Donald Panter, vice president of technology for Boulder, Colo.-based Renewable Agricultural Energy, said Gibsonburg is among two or three front-runners in contention for the plant.  No other potential site is in Ohio, he said, although he declined to name other sites the company is also considering.

 

Panter said a decision could be reached within four to six weeks at the earliest.  The plant itself would take up about 30 acres on a plot of land along Sandusky County Road 85 west of Ohio 300.

 

MORE: http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070125/NEWS01/701250314/1002/rss01

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Monroe School sold at auction

Sandusky Register, 3/21/07

 

The former Monroe Elementary School will become a community center of sorts, if all goes according to plan.  The bidding for the property at Tuesday's auction started at $50,000 and ended with the highest bid of $136,000 by Kim Yahn, who bid on behalf of Porter Richards.  Richards, president of The Sanctuary and senior pastor at the Sandusky Church of God, said he hopes to turn the site into a community center.

 

Richards said he would like the building to become a place where everyone can go, from young people to senior citizens.  He would like to have computer and other educational classes for children to attend and activities for senior citizens, so they have somewhere to go while their families are at work during the day.

 

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Federal funds to help improve city’s housing stock

By JANET NGUYEN | Wednesday April 11 2007, 12:05pm

 

Love this aerial shot of Sandusky, by the way:

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/content/articles/2007/04/11/local_news/doc461cb477681ae720501592.jpg

 

Sandusky - Improving the condition of the city’s housing stock tops the priorities listed in its action plan.  Other priorities listed in the plan include continuing the revolving loan fund, a program that provides loans to businesses, creating new jobs and continuing progress on the city’s pedestrian path.

 

The plan, funded through a federal program that provides money to help local governments improve conditions in lower income areas, is an update to the five-year consolidated plan the city submitted in 2004.  The plan was presented at Monday evening’s city commission meeting.  Beginning July 1, the city is slated to receive $829,616 from the grant - about $3,000 more than last year.

 

More at http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/11/local_news/doc461cb477681ae720501592.txt

 

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wow, that aerial photo is amazing. I think I just n----d myself...

 

It basically solidifies why I think Sandusky is Ohio's greatest city.

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From the 4/12/07 Sandusky Register:

 

* PHOTO: A locally-themed restaurant serving the full Starbucks menu is planned for the former Webers building at 129 W. Market St. in downtown Sandusky.

 

Condos and coffee coming downtown

By LAURA COLLINS | Thursday April 12 2007, 11:49am

 

SANDUSKY The former home to Weber's Fine Fashions is being transformed into a restaurant with Starbucks on the menu and condos on the second and third floors.  The building's ownership changed in February when Pamela (Baaske) Frisch purchased the property at 129 W. Market St. from Larry Aaron for $235,000.  Frisch said she plans to open Yesteryears, a casual restaurant that will celebrate Sandusky with old town pictures and artifacts on the walls.

 

Yesteryears will serve the full Starbucks menu, including its signature flavored hot and cold beverages.  A 1973 graduate of Sandusky High School, Frisch hopes the restaurant will be a fun place for Sandusky natives to enjoy.  "I want it to be a hometown restaurant. I think it will be cozier and comfier," Frisch said.

 

More at http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/12/front/241533.txt

 

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wow, a lot is going on in Sandusky these days. It's very impressive for a city of 30,000 and a total MSA of just 140,000 (making it third in NW Ohio). Sandusky proves that size doesn't always matter. Keep it coming!

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^Agreed, size doesn't really matter!

 

And not to be too knit-picky..........but the Sandusky MSA (which is just Erie County) has a population of only about 79,000.  Nonetheless, its nice to see things be redeveloped!

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What part of the county are you from?-I grew up off of Perkins Ave in Sandusky, but my parents moved to Berlin Heights when I was 16 (my mom got transferred to Cleveland, my dad worked at Union Chain on the western side of Sandusky), and I graduated from Edison in '97. 

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I'm glad to have a fellow Erie County area person on the board!

 

You're not the only one originally from Erie County...nor are you the only one that graduated from Edison in '97.....PM me sometime....

 

In regards to the project...we'll have to see if some of the political obstacles can be overcome before this becomes a reality.  It's nice to have a website, but I'd like to see some real change...

 

-Seth

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From the 4/27/07 Lorain Morning Journal:

 

182,000-square-foot tower will add 74 patient rooms

By RICHARD PAYERCHIN, Sandusky Bureau Chief

04/27/2007

 

SANDUSKY -- Firelands Regional Medical Center's newest project is towering over Sandusky.  The hospital's board of directors held a ''hard hat party'' last night to preview the new five-story patient tower under construction.  The project will add 74 new patient rooms and dozens of support areas in the 182,000-square-foot tower.

 

''We are quite pleased with the progress on the hospital's master facility plan,'' said William Springer, chairman of the board of corporate parent Firelands Regional Health System.  ''The size and scope of this project are phenomenal,'' Springer said.  The tower's exterior is largely complete, but inside it remains a working construction site loaded with tools, conduit, pipes electrical wires and insulation.

 

More at http://www.morningjournal.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18269181&BRD=1699&PAG=461&dept_id=46371&rfi=6

 

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From the 4/30/07 Sandusky Register:

 

No new money for Sandusky schools

By LAURA COLLINS

lauracollins@sanduskyregister.com | Monday April 30 2007, 9:30pm

 

SANDUSKY -- Local school districts looking for funding help from the state are seeing zeros instead of dollar signs. 

 

Gov. Ted Strickland’s proposed school funding plan for the next two years includes little or no funding increases for schools in Erie, Huron, Ottawa, Seneca and Sandusky counties.  With the exception of Danbury and Kelleys Island schools, most schools in the area will get between a zero and 10-percent increase in funding.

 

Sandusky City Schools Treasurer Troy Bouts expected as much.  “I predicted that we would see very little change,” Bouts said.  For the current fiscal year, Sandusky City Schools received $15.5 million in state funding.  It will receive the same amount for fiscal year 2008 and $16.3 million for 2009 — an increase of 5 percent.

 

MORE: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/30/front/doc4634f4690b7d0529027630.txt

 

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Fitness center, deck part of project for assisted living community on west side

Sandusky Register, 5/3/07

 

The Commons of Providence plans to break ground next week on a $500,000 project that will give its residents a place to gather, socialize and exercise.  The assisted living and retirement community has plans to build a clubhouse that will cover more than 4,000 square feet of the property's northwest end. The clubhouse will include a fitness center, a game room, a meeting room with a capacity of more than 100 people, a fireplace, comfortable furniture and a cappuccino and coffee machine.

 

Also slated for construction is a deck overlooking the property's 5.5-acre pond, a pavilion with a gas grill and a paved three-quarter mile walking path.  Executive director Steve Terrell hopes residents will gain lifelong learning, socialization and wellness experiences with the new expansion.  The clubhouse will cater the nearly 200 residents at the Commons and an additional 130 residents at Providence Care Center located on Hayes Avenue. Family members and non-profits will also be welcome to use the facility.

 

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From the 2/15/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

City seeks word of Keller building

By BRANDI BARHITE | Thursday February 15 2007, 5:49am

 

SANDUSKY City commissioners continue to seek reassurance on the stability of the Keller Building.

 

"I guess my concern is an ordinance was passed and it has been six months since anything was done," said Vice Mayor Dannie Edmon.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/02/15/front/174377.txt

 

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From the 2/25/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

PROGRESS: Hinde & Dauch legacy will live on in Paper District

By BRANDI BARHITE | Sunday February 25 2007, 1:42am

 

SANDUSKY The Hinde & Dauch Paper Co. will continue to live on through the development of the Paper District, a waterfront community of condos, retail, restaurants and boating.

 

But years ago when downtown Sandusky was a hub of manufacturing, The Hinde & Dauch Paper Co. was a focal point.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/02/25/local_news/doc45e12a7a87e4d170810751.txt

 

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From the 3/28/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Marina District plans close to completion

By MOLLY LINN | Wednesday March 28 2007, 7:21pm

 

SANDUSKY The company that wants to buy the Sadler Sailing Basin has upped its offer from $1.3 million to $1.5 million, but the city's focus for now is to negotiate a new lease with the current tenants.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/03/29/front/226025.txt

 

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From the 4/3/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Marina vote a conflict for Kaman?

By MOLLY LINN | Tuesday April 03 2007, 10:49am

 

SANDUSKY Ex officio Mayor Dan Kaman might not be able to vote on moving ahead with the Marina District project.

 

And his vote -- or lack thereof -- could determine the fate of the proposed residential and commercial project at 222 Meigs St.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/03/front/230996.txt

 

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From the 4/6/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Crandall: My mind's made up on marina vote

By MOLLY LINN | Friday April 06 2007, 7:06am

 

SANDUSKY Citizens For Sandusky's Future asked Commissioner Brian Crandall to meet with the group to discuss the Marina District project, which it supports.

 

But Crandall's response surprised, even upset, some members, such as Jeff Smith.

 

Crandall won't meet -- his opinion to take the issue to the ballot is steadfast.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/06/front/234768.txt

 

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All from the 4/10/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

* PHOTO:  Aerials of Downtown Sandusky. Summer 2006  Register photos/Christy Seyer

* PHOTO 2

 

City gets grant money for transit dockage

By LAURA COLLINS | Tuesday April 10 2007, 7:31am

 

SANDUSKY Sandusky learned Monday it will receive a grant toward finally getting some transit docks downtown.

 

The city received a $780,000 grant from the state Controlling Board. The Cooperative Boating

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/10/local_news/doc461b5b5724e7a289721400.txt


* PHOTO: Aerial of Keller Building summer 2006.  Register photos/Christy Seyler

 

Keller Building gets a reprieve

By BRANDI BARHITE | Tuesday April 10 2007, 7:31am

 

SANDUSKY The grassroots effort to save the Keller Building worked.

 

City Commission voted 6-0 Monday to stabilize the historic building and pursue its future redevelopment. Commissioner Dennis Murray was not at Monday’s meeting.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/10/local_news/doc461b59489ba8e801819469.txt


Young professionals support Marina District

Monday April 09 2007, 1:23pm

 

SANDUSKY The North Coast Young Professionals Board of Directors has endorsed the Marina District project.

 

The recent study done by AngelouEconomics illustrates how the population of the 25-44-year-old age group has decreased by 14.4 percent over the last seven years, according to Jonathan Penwell, chairman of the board of directors.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/10/front/239226.txt

 

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From the 4/21/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Westlake firm signs on to develop Deep Water site

By BRANDI BARHITE | Saturday April 21 2007, 7:32am

 

SANDUSKY The final piece of the Paper District project is on paper.

 

But someone other than Mid-States is developing the property.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/21/local_news/251722.txt

 

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From the 4/22/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Chesapeake developer dies

By JACOB LAMMERS | Saturday April 21 2007, 7:32am

 

SANDUSKY The Paper District project will continue on schedule even with the death of the developer's president, said business partner and son Charles Davis.

 

Bob Davis, president of Mid-States Development Corp. in Dublin, died Saturday after a four-month battle with cancer. Davis was diagnosed with cancer Jan. 28 and had been ill for some time, Charles Davis said.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/22/front/252403.txt

 

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From the 4/24/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Citizens to vote on Marina District

By MOLLY LINN | Tuesday April 24 2007, 3:08pm

 

SANDUSKY The citizens are going to decide after all.

 

Sandusky commissioners unanimously agreed Monday to leave the fate of the city hall redevelopment project up to the people.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/24/front/254277.txt

 

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From the 4/25/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Sandusky finalizes plans with Deep Water developer

By BRANDI BARHITE | Wednesday April 25 2007, 3:05pm

 

SANDUSKY The final piece of the Paper District project is on paper, but someone other than Mid-States is developing the property.

 

Stephen Schill, president of Watertower Development Corp., in Westlake, Ohio, had an option to buy the Deep Water Marina property last year. The option was valued at $2.7 million.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/25/local_news/259718.txt

 

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From the 5/24/07 Sandusky Register:

 

PHOTO: The water slide tubes of Rain, Sandusky's newest water park to be, twist and loop in and out of the Quality Inn & Suites on Cleveland as the park nears completion Wednesday afternoon. Quality Inn directors hope to have Rain open sometime in early June.  Register photo/LUKE WARK

 

Rain indoor waterpark set to debut in early June

By JANET NGUYEN | Thursday May 24 2007, 5:08pm

 

SANDUSKY -- Rain is expected in the next few weeks.  At least that's the case inside the Quality Inn & Suites on Cleveland Road, where construction Rain, an indoor waterpark, is nearly complete.  "I am optimistic we will be open in the very near future," said Mike Sortino, the director of operations at the Quality Inn.

 

The nearly 10,000-square-foot indoor waterpark will feature two slides and will shower guests with water every half hour.  Thunder and lightning effects will also aid the new waterpark's identity.  A 50-foot tower will lead guests to the top of the two slides, which curve in and outside of the building.  The slides end inside the hotel, at the hotel's indoor pool.

 

More at http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/05/24/front/289510.txt

 

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From the 2/22/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Redfern: Port Clinton won't get grant

From staff reports | Wednesday February 21 2007, 12:51pm

 

PORT CLINTON The city of Port Clinton's inaction has cost it a $1.25 million grant for a transient marina, according to state Rep. Chris Redfern, D-Catawba Island.

 

But Mayor Tom Brown said the city is still on track to receive the money.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/02/22/front/182687.txt

 

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From the 3/2/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Delays cost Port Clinton grant for marina project

By CHAUNCEY ALCORN | Friday March 02 2007, 5:29am

 

PORT CLINTON State officials say they are optimistic about Port Clinton’s marina district project even though, as of Thursday, the project is unfunded.

 

Ohio Department of Natural Resources grant director Sean Logan ruled Thursday morning the $1.25 million grant awarded to the city in November 2005 must be rescinded because city officials failed to make sufficient progress on the proposal.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/03/02/front/doc45e801483c005372804618.txt

 

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From the 3/7/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Mayor: Port Clinton won't seek grant this year

By JACOB LAMMERS | Wednesday March 07 2007, 10:57am

 

PORT CLINTON Port Clinton Mayor Tom Brown said the city will not reapply for the $1.25 million Ohio Department of Natural Resources grant for the marina district project, which was rescinded Thursday.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/03/07/front/doc45ee9cf26315d960134741.txt

 

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From the 3/14/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Port Clinton seeks counsel on proposals

By JACOB LAMMERS | Wednesday March 14 2007, 8:01am

 

PORT CLINTON The Port Clinton City Council is seeking professional counsel on two proposals for the marina district project.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/03/14/local_news/209374.txt

 

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From the 3/21/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

 

City to rezone area

By CATHARINE HADLEY

Staff writer

 

The city is preparing to try to change part of the downtown zoning to make way for future development, according to a city councilwoman.

 

E-mail Catharine Hadley at chadley@gannett.com

 

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070321/NEWS01/703210301/1002/rss01

 

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From the 3/28/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Port Clinton explores feasibility study

By JACOB LAMMERS | Wednesday March 28 2007, 7:05am

 

PORT CLINTON Port Clinton City Council authorized the city's safety service director Tuesday to seek quotes on a feasibility study that would allow the city to move forward with the marina district project.

 

Ken Puller of Puller Group, one of the developers for the project, suggested in a written report read by Mayor Tom Brown that the city order a feasibility study for the hotel/condos/waterpark/commercial areas.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/03/28/local_news/224684.txt

 

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From the 4/11/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

 

Council rethinking Puller plan

By CATHARINE HADLEY

Staff writer

 

City Council may soon repeal the ordinance allowing negotiations with the Puller Group for developing the Water Works property.

 

Port Clinton City Council President Linda Hartlaub said after Tuesday night's regular meeting that Council voted to hold a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 17.

 

"It is to do the first reading to repeal the ordinance 02-07," Hartlaub said.

 

E-mail Catharine Hadley at chadley@gannett.com

 

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070411/NEWS01/704110302/1002/rss01

 

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From the 4/12/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Developers pass test for Port Clinton marina project

By JACOB LAMMERS | Thursday April 12 2007, 6:32am

 

PORT CLINTON Two potential developers have the wherewithal to back up their promises for the city's marina district, according to an investment banking group specializing in economic development.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/12/local_news/241712.txt

 

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From the 4/16/07 Sandusky Register:

 

 

Port Clinton to vote again on waterpark

By CHAUNCEY ALCORN | Monday April 16 2007, 6:07am

 

PORT CLINTON A segment of the Port Clinton community is trying to put a stop to the city's recently approved waterpark project negotiations, but their efforts may be in vain.

 

A petition with 318 signatures was collected in January and submitted to the city law director to force city council to repeal its ordinance to negotiate with the Puller Group on the construction of an indoor water park in the city's marina district.

 

http://www.sanduskyregister.com/articles/2007/04/16/front/245674.txt

 

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From the 4/18/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

 

Measure could be repealed

By CATHARINE HADLEY

Staff writer

 

City Council took the first step to repeal an ordinance allowing negotiations with the Puller Group to develop Water Works Park.

 

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070418/NEWS01/704180303/1002/rss01

 

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From the 4/25/07 Port Clinton News Herald:

 

 

Plan for Water Works divisive

Rift within Council, community on development

By CATHARINE HADLEY

Staff writer

 

Emotions ran high at Tuesday night's Port Clinton City Council meeting.

 

Several members of the community objected to Council's plan to repeal the ordinance allowing Safety-Service Director Rich Babcock to enter into negotiations with the Puller Group to build a hotel, indoor water park and conference center on the Water Works Park property.

 

E-mail Catharine Hadley at chadley@gannett.com.

 

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070425/NEWS01/704250302/1002/rss01

 

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