Negotiations will soon restart between the city of Port Clinton and Puller Group, a company building a $90 million waterfront resort.
The negotiations were put on hold until Tuesday, when Port Clinton residents voted in favor of rezoning Water Works Park, where a waterpark, hotel and convention center will be constructed. The park was rezoned to central business district, allowing for shops, restaurants and a marina.
The resort could not be built without rezoning the park, which as a governmental district had a baseball field, skate park and pond.
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