Posted Thursday, October 2, 2014 9:21 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The state Attorney General's Office is asking the court to stop the scheduled sheriff sale of Conneaut Lake Park. A petition filed Wednesday in Crawford County Common Pleas Court said the park is a charitable trust set aside for public use and as such cannot be sold at sheriff sale.
Read more from The Erie Times-News.
Talked to a couple people moderately in-the-know this weekend, feeling considerably more hopeful for a 2015 season for Conneaut. Apparently turning even a (very) small profit made the local officials think there's something worth saving...and realistically, anything it contributes to the local economy is better than a shuttered park.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels that way...
Richard Bannister said:
If the cloud hanging over the park can be lifted...
I'm not so sure you want to do that. It's always a good idea to have [rain] water close by when you're Conneaut...
Connie OTTER needs water... ;~P
Still the best park mascot outside of Elysburg (thank goodness for Dexter, or else we'd have been alien food).
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