Cedar Fair has announced who can vote in the upcoming special meeting for unitholders.
The company's board has decided anyone who is a unitholder of record as of Dec. 9 will be eligible to vote.
Q Funding, the company's biggest investor, has asked for the special meeting. The time and date for the meeting has not been announced yet, but is expected to be released soon.
Q Funding has asked unitholders to vote to make paying cash dividends a more important priority than paying down Cedar Fair's debt. It also has asked unitholders to separate the jobs of chief executive officer and chairman of the board and appoint a new chairman. Cedar Fair's Dick Kinzel holds both positions.
Cedar Fair's board has asked unitholders to vote against both proposals.