Posted Tuesday, February 6, 2007 11:49 AM | Contributed by Jeff
A rule the Summit Township supervisors recently established may scuttle the proposed sale of 3.3 acres of Conneaut Lake Park land. The sale is considered key for the park’s future — it’s expected to raise the money the park needs to open this year and erase much, if not all, of the park’s debt. Supervisors last summer adopted an ordinance prohibiting more than six condominiums on one acre with a three-acre minimum area in business and residential zoning districts. The interested developer wants to put ten condos per acre on the land.
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