Yes on Issue 10 for Port Clinton

On Nov. 6, the citizens of Port Clinton will be asked to vote on Issue 10 which is the rezoning of WaterWorks Park. A yes vote will
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

On Nov. 6, the citizens of Port Clinton will be asked to vote on Issue 10 which is the rezoning of WaterWorks Park. A yes vote will mean yes for rezoning for the development of WaterWorks Park as voted on by a majority of City Council.

A no vote will mean no future development in the near future at all at WaterWorks Park.

A yes vote will give our city, the Waterworks property and our downtown area and businesses a chance to revive, grow and prosper. A no vote will virtually kill the city of Port Clinton and its citizens. If the naysayers win with a no vote you may as well pack up and move because our city will become a ghost town! Businesses and citizens will be forced to leave because the cost to live in Port Clinton to repair our streets, infrastructure and sewer lines will be out of sight and unaffordable for our average and fixed-income residents.

Donna Drusbacky

Port Clinton