Car dealer behind Conneaut Lake's $150,000 loan

Posted Thursday, May 8, 2003 4:29 AM | Contributed by Agent Johnson

Lake View Ford Inc. and its owner, Jim Miller, are behind the $150,000 loan that will allow Conneaut Lake Park to open this year. Park officials announced the loan last week, but declined to identify its source. However, the Conneaut Lake car dealership and its owner's name were revealed in court papers filed Tuesday, a move necessary for the court-supervised park to accept the loan.

Read more from The Meadville Tribuine.

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Thursday, May 8, 2003 4:51 AM
Thank you Jim Miller!!!
Thursday, May 8, 2003 7:37 AM
Are you sure that the link is linked to the right article? this is what i am reading...

Ongoing concerns about the safety of rental properties, particularly in the neighborhoods around Allegheny College, have prompted Meadville City Council to explore a program that would impose mandatory inspections.

Under the plan, landlords would have to pay to have their properties inspected once every three years to ensure they meet requirements much like those already expected of city businesses. The inspections would include fire safety, refuse and plumbing checks, according to city Director of Planning and Development Richard T. Williams.

If this isnt the correct article, please provide the correct link, thanks.

Thursday, May 8, 2003 7:40 AM
The article was up there earlier...looks like the local paper, instead of keeping articles up there, reuses the document names...

--George H
---Superman the ride...coming to a SF park near you soon...
Currency tracking experiment... (Referring to The "George" on the $1 bill - Not Me)

Thursday, May 8, 2003 8:30 AM
I believe we should all go and buy a Ford from Jim Miller
Thursday, May 8, 2003 10:30 AM
Vater's avatar In an odd, very indirect way, I'm suddenly proud to own an Explorer.

Have you ridden a Toboggan?

Thursday, May 8, 2003 11:11 AM
Jim, (not that you will ever read this but I'd doubt I'll ever meet you in person)

You not only saved a vital cornerstone of the village's economy, but you saved something special for us. You kept the memories flowing for many who have never seen a classic 1937 ride with original trains. Some have never seen a free gate park, set nicely on a beautiful lake. Many have never ridden a rolloplane, flying scooter, or original pretzel dark ride. You are keeping alive a museum that shows the evolution of our favorite hobby. This is the turning point in the story of this beautiful place, which thanks to you, is still being written.

Thank you.

Please visit the small parks. We don't know what's happening behind the scenes


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