Posted Thursday, February 14, 2008 9:42 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Supporters of a proposed theme park in Crawford County are gathering signatures on informal community petitions to encourage state officials to sell 1,800 acres of public land for the development. The grassroots effort won't go unnoticed by state decision-makers, but it also won't change required proof of finances for the entire project before the land sale is finalized, officials said.
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*** This post was edited by Walk 2/14/2008 12:44:22 PM ***
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If the state does sell the land, I hope they have a reversion clause to regain control of it. The location doesn't instill a great deal of confidence in me, and I'd sooner have it revert back to state forest than get sold for real estate after a couple years.
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